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NEW STUDENTS: How to apply and enroll

1) APPLY AND ENROLL ONLINE AT www.palomar.edu or submit a written application to the Admissions Office on the San Marcos campus, Escondido Education Center or any of the Education sites. Visit the Admissions Office or apply online to receive your enrollment appointment. Call Admissions at 760-744-1150, ext. 2160 for recorded information and ext. 2164 for assistance. 2) INVESTIGATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OPTIONS at Financial Aid, Veterans and Scholarship Services in the Student Services Center on the San Marcos campus or visit online at www.palomar.edu/fa for program information, applications, and eligibility criteria. 760-891-7510. 3) ATTEND AN ASSESSMENT, ORIENTATION AND ADVISEMENT SESSION prior to enrolling in courses. This testing process will help you select appropriate English and math courses. 760-744-1150, ext. 2476 or ext. 2383. 4) USE YOUR CLASS SCHEDULE to help you select the right classes.You will also find important enrollment information, calendar dates and other information necessary for your success. The Class Schedule is available online at www.palomar.edu, in the Admissions Office and the Counseling Office on the San Marcos campus, the Education Center in Escondido, at our five Education Sites, and at most North County public libraries. 5) LOOK UP TEXTBOOK INFORMATION by using the searchable on-line class schedule at www.palomar.edu/ schedule. The “Textbook Info.” link takes you to information about textbooks and other required or recommended materials for the class. 6) SEE A COUNSELOR prior to enrolling in classes to ensure that you meet prerequisites and are taking courses that meet your educational goals. 760-744-1150, ext. 2179. 7) ENROLL IN CLASSES that will meet your educational goals. Once your application is processed, you will be issued an online enrollment appointment. You can enroll online at www.palomar.edu. 8) PAY YOUR FEES promptly! Students who enroll in Fall 2013 classes and do not pay will be automatically dropped from those classes within 10 days or by Tuesday, August 13, whichever is earlier. After August 14, there will be no automatic drops and it will be the student’s responsibility to drop by the refund deadline of September 1.

Fall 2013 Dates & Deadlines College applications for Fall Semester 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 2 July Parking permit sales begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, July 2 Fall textbook sales begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, July 2 Online registration begins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, July 2 August Fall classes begin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, August 19 Fast Track I classes begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, August 19 Last day to add classes without a permission code . . . . . . . Sunday, August 25 September Last day to qualify for a refund or waiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunday, September 1 Summer 2013 grades available. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, September 3 Last day to add or register for classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, September 3 Last day to drop with no notation on record . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, September 3 Last day to change to audit status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday, September 24 (Must be processed at Admissions counter) Last day to change grading status (Pass/No Pass option) Tuesday, September 24 Last day to apply for December graduation . . . . . . . . . Monday, September 30 October Last day to drop a class with a “W” grade . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday, October 12 Fast Track I classes end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, October 14 Fast Track II classes begin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday, October 16 December Fast Track II classes end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, December 16 Fall semester ends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, December 16 To see dates and deadlines for your classes, sign in to your online Student Center and click on the Deadlines icon in your list of classes. Enrollment Hours – Student Center online Monday - Saturday 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADMISSIONS HOURS San Marcos campus Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m. to noon Hours subject to change without notice. Palomar College is closed on Fridays, June 7 through August 2

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Executive Administration

Robert P. Deegan Superintendent/President Berta Cuaron Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Instruction Ron Perez Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Finance and Administrative Services John S. Tortarolo Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Human Resource Services Mark W. Vernoy, Ph.D. Assistant Superintendent/Vice President, Student Services

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Books and Supplies ............................................................................... 131 Calendar (Fall 2013 and Spring 2014) ............................................. 122 Credit Classes (listed alphabetically) ............................................. 9-98 Distance Education (Online,Video) ..........................................103-106 Education Site Classes ......................................................................... 102 English Flow Chart .................................................................................. 48 Flexible Scheduling for the Busy Student ............................... 110-115 (Late Start, Self-Paced) Learning Communities ......................................................................... 4-5 Mathematics Flow Chart ....................................................................... 68

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Guide to Credit Courses

Noncredit Courses Occupational and Noncredit Classes ..................................... 107-109

Maps/Locations/Calendar Calendar (Fall 2013 and Spring 2014)............................................... 122 Education Site Directions ................................................................... 116 (Camp Pendleton, Fallbrook, Pauma) Off-Campus Classes (addresses of) ................................................ 140 Phone Numbers and Locations of Offices ......................................... 2 San Marcos Campus Map .......................................... inside back cover

Other Information General Information ................................................................... 134-137 Index ........................................................................................................ 142 Parking, Traffic Regulations, and Fees........................................ 132-133 Student Services .......................................................................... 125-126 Tutoring Services .................................................................................. 127

Governing Board Nancy C. Chadwick, M.S.W., M.P.A., President Paul P. McNamara, B.A., Vice President Mark Evilsizer, M.A., Secretary Nancy Ann Hensch, B.A., Trustee John J. Halcón, Ph.D., Trustee Jennifer Gonzalez, Student Trustee

Class Schedule Production Team Laura Gropen, Director, Public Affairs Office Mea Daum, Project Manager Mary Chase, Production Manager Dianna Trujillo-Hernandez, Production Assistant Charles Mazarakes, Cover Design Margie Adcock, Publication Layout Melinda Finn, Photography Palomar College Students Featured on Cover: Front - Aaron Roedl; Back (left to right) - Breanne Kelroy, NIcholas Jones, Ashley Vilichis www.palomar.edu

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Nos llena de placer el darle la bienvenida a este semestre de ontoño 2013. Nos sentimos verdaderamente honrados de que haya decidido confiarnos su educación universitaria. Reconocida como una institución académica completamente acreditada estamos seguros de poderle ofrecer una formación además de confiable, accesible. En Palomar College tenemos algo para todos. Contamos con entrenamientos intensivos para capacitarle dentro de su campo de trabajo, títulos técnicos y académicos (A.A. Degree), y la preparación para transferirse a una institución universitaria de cuatro años. Al mismo tiempo ofrecemos una extensa variedad de clases para satisfacer sus inquietudes y necesidades educativas. De la manera más atenta, le exhorto que se familiaricen con los varios servicios estudiantiles de apoyo, clubes sociales y programas diseñados para ayudar a nuestro alumnado. A esta institución le llena de alegría y orgullo el contar con un ambiente escolar que se reconoce por su diversa condición étnica y cultural. En nombre de cada uno de los miembros que conformamos Palomar College, le reitero la bienvenida y nuestro compromiso de seguir sirviendo a la comunidad para cumplir con todas sus metas académicas.

Add/Drop Timetable ............................................................................ 118 Assessment, Orientation and Advisement ...................................... 130 Class Repeatability ................................................................................... 7 Dates & Deadlines ................................................... Inside Front Cover Enrollment ............................................................................................. 117 How to Plan Your Classes ....................................................................... 2 Información en español ............................................................................ 3 Matriculation Procedures ................................................................... 128 Tuition and Fees Schedule .................................................................. 119

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Saludo del Presidente

Admission and Enrollment

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We are pleased to have you join us for Fall 2013 and we are honored that you have entrusted your college experience to us. As a fully-accredited community college, we offer you an outstanding and affordable education. You can be certain that you will be taught by some of the State’s most talented and dedicated faculty. Palomar College has something for everyone – whether you want to earn an Associate in Arts degree, transfer to a four-year university, update your skills, or train for a new job – we have classes and programs to meet your needs and interests. I encourage you to familiarize yourself with the many student support services and programs. I also invite you to explore the social and learning opportunities available through the various student clubs, organizations, programs and events. We are proud of and celebrate a diverse faculty, staff and student environment. On behalf of everyone here at Palomar College, I welcome you and pledge our commitment to helping you achieve your academic goals.

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GENERAL INFO

President’s Greeting

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Learning for Success


PALOMAR COLLEGE

GENERAL INFO

Palomar College Class Schedule How to plan your classes Credit Classes

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All Palomar College credit classes, regardless of where they are taught, are alphabetically arranged by subject (English, geology, math, etc.) in the “Credit Classes” section of this book. Courses taught at the Education Center/Sites are listed again in the “Center/Sites” section. Online and video courses are listed in the front “Credit Classes” section of the schedule, as well as in the “Distance Education” section.

Course Numbers

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Courses numbered 1-49 are remedial or college preparatory courses, do not apply toward an associate degree, and are not intended for transfer to another community college or four-year college or university. Courses numbered 50-99 apply toward the associate degree but they are not intended for transfer to a four-year college or university. Courses numbered 100-299 apply toward an associate degree and are intended for transfer to a four-year college or university. Freshman-level courses are generally numbered from 100-199, sophomore-level courses are generally numbered from 200-299, and Apprenticeship courses are numbered from 700-799. To learn more about a specific course, refer to the college catalog.

Schedule Options

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

At Palomar, we offer various schedule options so you may build your schedule of classes around family and work commitments or according to what best suits your lifestyle. Palomar’s schedule options include, but are not limited to: • Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday • Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday • Morning, afternoon, or evening • One or two evenings a week • 8-week session • 12-week session • Internet (online),Video • Self-Paced • Independent Study • Any combination of the above options

Time Commitment

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For each unit of credit, students should plan to spend three hours per week between class time and study time. For example, a one-unit lecture class meets one hour per week, with an additional two hours per week of study time outside of class. A three-unit lecture class meets three hours per week, with an additional six hours per week of study time outside of class. The number of hours is prorated for short-term and summer classes.  Remember to meet with a counselor who is prepared to be your “travel guide” throughout your stay at Palomar.

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Noncredit Courses

Noncredit courses provide the community with life-long learning opportunities. Classes include English as a Second Language, health and safety, citizenship, and classes for persons with disabilities. In some programs, noncredit courses can assist students to transition to credit courses. Noncredit classes are taught by qualified instructors and are offered throughout the community, as well as at the San Marcos campus and the Escondido Center. Classes vary in length from four weeks to a full semester and are open to the public.

Offices Frequently Called or Visited

From off-campus dial 760 744-1150, then the appropriate extension number. Admissions (Student Services Center) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 891-7512 Assessment Office (SU-1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2383 or x2476 Associated Student Gov. (SU-102) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2605 Boehm Gallery (D-31) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2304 Bookstore (Student Union) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 891-7520 Campus Police . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2289 Escorts/Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2289 Career Center (SU-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2194 Cashier (A-2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 891-7514 Child Development Center/San Marcos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2575 Child Development Center/Escondido . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x8155 Community Development (ESC-810) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2702 Cooperative Education (ST-55) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2354 Counseling (Student Services Center) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 891-7511 Disability Resource Center (DSPS Bldg.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2375 Educational Television (P-31) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2431 English as a Second Language Center (A-17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2272 English Writing Center (BE-6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X2778 EOPS/Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (AA-141) . x2449 Escondido Center (closed for summer 2013). . . . . . . . 760 891-7810 Evaluations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 891-7516 Evening Administrator (AA-116) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x3351 Financial Aid/Scholarships Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 891-7510 Health Services/San Marcos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2380 Health Services/Escondido . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x8105 International Education (SU-103) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2167 Library/Media Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2612 or x2614 Lost and Found . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x3289 Occupational & Noncredit Programs (AA-136) . . . . . . x2284 or x2155 Planetarium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2833 Student Activities (SU-202) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2796 Student Affairs (SU-201) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2594 Theatre Box Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2453 Transcripts (Student Services Center) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2169 Transfer Center (SU-24A) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2552 TRIO Program (TCB-1). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2761 Tutoring (Library, LL Bldg.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2448 Veterans Services (Student Services Center) . . . . . . x2173 or x2174 Wellness/Fitness Center (WFC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x2838


Palomar College es una universidad comunitaria que cubre los primeros dos años de estudios post-secundarios. Fue fundada en 1946 y ofrece a los estudiantes la oportunidad de obtener el título de Asociado en Artes (AA degree); de transferir créditos académicos a las universidades de California (UC) y a las universidades estatales de California (CSU), y a otras universidades. Palomar College ofrece certificados de estudios vocacionales en varios programas. Palomar College tiene como misión servir a todos los residentes que viven dentro del distrito que le pertenece.

Llame al departamento de Consejeros al 760 744-1150, extensión 2179 y haga una cita con un consejero hispanohablante. Hay ayuda financiera disponible para todos los estudiantes elegibles. Hay varios programas y becas para pagar sus gastos educativos. Para más información, comuníquese con la oficina de ayuda financiera en San Marcos llamando al 760 744-1150, extensión 2366.

Inscripciones abiertas

Las inscripciones para inglés como segundo idioma (ESL), para clases por la mañana y por la tarde están en proceso. Para más información sobre el examen e inscripción, por favor, llame inmediatamente a la oficina de ESL, extensión 2272. Las clases se llenan muy rápido.

Para inscribirse en Palomar College, siga las siguientes instrucciones:

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1. La oficina de registros administrativos (Admissions and Records) tiene la responsabilidad de admitir e inscribir a todo estudiante elegible. Obtenga su formulario, llénelo y devuélvalo a cualquiera de nuestros centros. Haga una cita para asistir a una de nuestras orientaciones. Llame a cualquiera de los siguientes centros:

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Oportunidades educativas

¡NO ESPERE!

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Información en español

GENERAL INFO

Learning for Success

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San Marcos Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 744-1150, Ext. 2160 Escondido Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 432-0624 Camp Pendleton Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 725-6626 Pauma Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 742-1121 Fallbrook Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 760 723-1058 2. Tome la prueba de Palomar College para determinar su nivel académico en inglés y matemáticas. Llame al 760 744-1150, extensión 2182 para más información. 3. Haga una cita para recibir información sobre los programas y clases que ofrece Palomar College. Llame al 760 744-1150, extensión 2179 para más información.

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4. Matricúlese en Palomar y pague los costos mínimos de inscripción por cada clase. Nota: La mayoría de las clases en Palomar se ofrecen en inglés. Ofrecemos varios niveles de inglés como segundo idioma (ESL). Para más información sobre las clases de inglés (ESL), llame al 760 744-1150, extensión 2272.

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LEARNING COMMUNITIES:

Innovation in Education

What are Learning Communities?

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• They are linked classes that are designed to be taken together by the same group of students, creating a common cohort or “community.” • Each course is graded separately.

What are the benefits of a Learning Community? • Tutors specifically assigned to your individual class. • Students who participate in learning communities often complete more units and earn a higher GPA than students who do not.

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How do I enroll in a Learning Community? • The following courses in each group are linked and must be taken concurrently. To participate, you must enroll in every course in the group that you choose. • Place all classes in the group into your online "shopping cart." Click "enroll" to be registered in each of these classes. For additional assistance when enrolling, call the Admissions helpline at 760 744-1150, ext. 2164. Questions: Contact Patrick O'Brien, ext. 3771.

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“As a tutor, what I love about my immersion in the Learning Community experience is seeing the potential of this program. Such a concerted effort is aimed at bringing out the best in our students while giving them a solid foundation in English basics and composition.”

--Sylvia Mendoza,Writing Center Tutor

Transfer-Level Learning Communities Fall 2013

The following learning communities combine two transfer-level courses which can fulfill requirements for CSU and/or UC. Check catalog or see a counselor for more details.

Class #

Course

Time

Days

Units

Instructor

Room

Transfer-Level LC 1 (LEAPSTART to Success)

LEAPSTART is a year-long learning community designed to help ESL students at Palomar College be successful and accelerate through the Academic ESL sequence. For Spring 2014, students will enroll in ESL 102 (Academic Writing II) and Reading 110 (Power Reading). 70188 70196

English as a Second Language 101 Written Communication I English as a Second Language 131 Academic Reading for ESL II

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MW

5 units

L. Lawson

A-18

11:00-12:20 p.m.

MW

3 units

C. Lowther

A-12

11:00-12:20 p.m.

MW

3 units

J. Esteban

MD-303

11:00-12:20 p.m.

TTh

3 units

J. Smith

MD-316

11:00-11:50 a.m. 12:00-12:50 p.m. 11:00-12:50 p.m.

T T Th

4 units

C. Smith

BE-6 TCB-3 TCB-3

TTh

3 units

C. Smith

P-5

Transfer-Level LC 2 70928 71135

Economics 101 Principles of Economics (MACRO) Economics 102 Principles of Economics (MICRO)

Transfer-Level LC 3

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1:30-3:50 p. m.

71384

English 100 – English Composition

73247

English 270 Popular Literature/Lost Highway – the Road Story in Contemporary Literature 2:00-3:20 p.m.

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LEARNING COMMUNITIES:

Innovation in Education

Foundational Skills Learning Communities Fall 2013

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Class #

Course

Foundational Skills LC 4 71784 71798

English 10 – English Essentials *Reading 50 – Reading Improvement

Time

Days

Units

Instructor

Room

1:00-2:50 p.m. 8:00-9:20 a.m.

MW MW

4 units 4 units

M. Japtok M. Carrillo

TCB-3 RC-3

MW TTh MW

4 units

S. Gutierrez

4 units

M. Carrillo

P-30 HS-206 RC-3

MW MW

4 units 4 units

E. Duran C. Thomson

HS-203 BES-5

9:30-10:50 a.m. 11:00-11:50 a.m.

MW MWF

3 units 3 units

L. Aguirre A.Voth

HS-205 NS-358

3 units

G. Garcia

3 units

M. Ellis

NS-258 HS-110 NA-2

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The following Learning Communities linked foundation courses have been designed to prepare you for college-level work and help you succeed in your pursuit of a college degree.

Foundational Skills LC 5 71780

English 10 – English Essentials

71796

*Reading 50 – Reading Improvement

11:00-11:50 a.m. 11:00-11:50 a.m. 12:30-1:50 p.m.

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* Reading 50 requires a 3-hour arranged lab each week.

* Reading 50 requires a 3-hour arranged lab each week.

Foundational Skills LC 6 73265 73387

English 50 – Introductory Composition Reading 51 – Mastering Reading Skills

9:00-10:50 a.m. 11:00-12:20 p.m.

71156 71904

Counseling 110 – College Success Math 15 – Prealgebra

Foundational Skills LC 8 71354

Counseling 110 – College Success

9:30-10:50 a.m.

71901

Math 15 – Prealgebra

11:00-12:20 p.m.

T Th TTh

12:30-1:50 p.m. 2:00-3:50 p.m.

TTh TTh

3 units 4 units

R. Asfour S. Snow

HS-205 NA-1

9:30-10:50 a.m. 12:00-1:50 p.m.

TTh TTh

3 units 4 units

K. Falcone S. Snow

O-12 E-6

Foundational Skills LC 9 70117 71758

Counseling 110 – College Success Math 50 – Beginning Algebra

Foundational Skills LC 10 73668 71869

Health 100 – Health Ed/Fitness Dynamics Math 50 – Beginning Algebra

Algebra 2N1Learning Communities Fall 2013

Students enrolled in Algebra 2N1will accelerate from Math 50 to a college level class in one semester. This course is designed to condense a year of developmental math into a single semester. Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157.

Class #

Course

Algebra 2 1 LC 11

Time

Days

Units

Instructor

Room

8:00-10:50 a.m. 7:00-7:50 a.m. 8:00-8:50 a.m. 9:00-9:50 a.m.

F MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh

3 units 4 units 4 units 4 units

S. Decker M. Ellis M. Ellis M. Ellis

HS-205 MD-229 MD-229 MD-229

9:00-11:50 a.m. 10:00-10:50 a.m. 11:00-11:50 a.m. 12:00-12:50 p.m.

F MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh

3 units 4 units 4 units 4 units

G. Bongolan M. Clark M. Clark M. Clark

MD-203 MD-229 MD-229 MD-229

Counseling 110 – College Success Math 50 – Beginning Algebra Math 60 – Intermediate Algebra Math 47 – Explorations in Algebra

Algebra 2N1 LC 12 73676 73291 73294 73370

Counseling 110 – College Success Math 50 – Beginning Algebra Math 60 – Intermediate Algebra Math 47 – Explorations in Algebra

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73675 73290 73292 73296

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N

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Foundational Skills LC 7

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* Reading 51 requires a 3-hour arranged lab each week.

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VISION Learning for Success MISSION

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Our mission is to provide an engaging teaching and learning environment for students of diverse origins, experiences, needs, abilities, and goals. As a comprehensive college, we support and encourage students who are pursuing transfer-readiness, general education, basic skills, career and technical training, aesthetic and cultural enrichment, and lifelong education. We are committed to promoting the learning outcomes necessary for our students to contribute as individuals and global citizens, living responsibly, effectively, and creatively in an interdependent and changing world.

VALUES

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Palomar College is dedicated to achieving student success and cultivating a love of learning. Through ongoing planning and self-evaluation, we strive to improve performances and outcomes. In creating the learning and cultural experiences that fulfill our mission and ensure the public’s trust, we are guided by our core values of • Excellence in teaching, learning, and service • Integrity as the foundation for all we do

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• Access to our programs and services • Equity and the fair treatment of all in our policies and procedures • Diversity in learning environments, philosophies, cultures, beliefs, and people • Inclusiveness of individual and collective viewpoints in collegial decision-making processes • Mutual respect and trust through transparency, civility, and open communications • Creativity and innovation in engaging students, faculty, staff, and administrators • Physical presence and participation in the community

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GENERAL INFO

NEW POLICY – Fall 2013 ENROLLMENT RESTRICTIONS

www.palomar.edu for more information

• Before you decide to drop, withdraw from, or repeat a class, discuss it with a counselor, financial aid advisor, or veteran’s advisor. Always consider the consequences before you remove yourself from a class. • Repeating a course will affect your financial aid eligibility or veterans’ educational benefits. Consult with financial aid or veterans services staff. • Drops and withdrawals up to and including the ‘Last day to drop without a grade’ result in the course not being reflected on your academic transcript. • Withdrawals after the drop deadline will be reflected as an enrollment on your academic transcript with a “W” grade. • Academic History - These new regulations do not contain a grandfather clause. Past enrollment attempts count toward the enrollment limits. If you already have reached the maximum number of attempts on a specific course, your enrollment will be blocked.

Satisfactory Grade Course was previously passed with a satisfactory grade.

• Make an alternate class selection.

Repeatable Courses Repeat limit exceeded. Withdrawals “W” grade limit exceeded.

• Run your online transcript to verify enrollments.

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

Course with Related Content Courses related in content limit exceeded.

• Contact the counseling department for assistance and more information: http:// www.palomar.edu/counseling/ or 760 891-7511

Cooperative Work Experience 16-unit limit exceeded.

New: Rules for Courses with Related Content Impact Visual and Performing Arts, Kinesiology Beginning Fall 2013, many Visual Arts, Performing Arts, and Kinesiology courses have been grouped based upon having related content*. • Art (ART) • Art Design (ARTD) • Art Illustration (ARTI) • Dance (DNCE) • Entertainment Technology (ENTT) • Kinesiology (KINE) • Music (MUS) • Theatre Arts (TA) * Courses with related content are clusters of courses that limit enrollment to four attempts for the group including completions, withdrawals, and incompletes.These courses are most often separated by skill level or variation. Groupings of courses with related content are detailed at: http://www.palomar.edu Course Repetition Changes - Due to changes in the regulations that govern California Community Colleges, limits have been placed on the number of times you may enroll in a course. Keep these changes in mind as you plan your course schedule. If you require assistance, you are encouraged to see a counselor or participate in the array of student support services and tutoring available on campus.

www.palomar.edu

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NONCREDIT

Error Message? What to do:

GENERAL INFO

Registration Error Messages

SITES

While Registering for classes … You May Encounter New Error Messages.

ESCONDIDO CENTER

PLEASE BE ADVISED -Most courses are no longer repeatable

CREDIT CLASSES

Questions: Counseling Services: 760 891-7511 • Financial Aid: 760 744-1150 x2366 • Veterans Services: 760 744-1150 x2173


PALOMAR COLLEGE

GENERAL INFO

Guide for Using Your Class Schedule Subject Area

Subjects are listed alphabetically.

CREDIT CLASSES

Catalog Number

Use this number to find the course description in the catalog.

CHEMISTRY CHEM 110 GENERAL CHEMISTRY

SAN MARCOS/Day 30157

ESCONDIDO CENTER

You will need this number to process your enrollment.

MW

8-9:50 am

NS-139

STAFF

CHEM 110L GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB

LEC

2.0 UNITS

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CHEM 110

SAN MARCOS/Day 30162

Class Number

3.0 UNITS

Corequisite: CHEM 110L Prerequisite: A minimum grade of “C” in CHEM 100 or high school chemistry with laboratory, and two years high school mathematics including algebra.

TTh

11-1:50 pm

NS-338

JONES, J

3.0 UNITS

CSIT 120 utilizes the Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Students enrolling in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the L/L.

DE-Distance Education

This is a distance education class and requires computer access.

Note Multiple Class Meeting Info

SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

One class number may have multiple meeting times, days or locations. When the instructor’s name and the class number are not repeated, then the multiple meeting days, times and classrooms are included in one class.

SAN MARCOS/Day 34734

DE INTERNET SMITH, W DE INTERNET SMITH, W This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation. For more information, students must refer to the following website: www.palomar.edu/csis

4.0 UNITS

SAN MARCOS/Day T Th Th

7-8:50 am 7-7:50 am 8-8:50 am

P-3 P-3 S-3

STAFF

Faculty Names

“STAFF” indicates a faculty member was not assigned at the time of schedule printing.

Component

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of “C” in ENG 50 or eligibility determined through the English placement process. 30250

Refers to the number of units awarded for the course. See tuition and fee schedule for current unit fees.

LEC LAB

ENGLISH ENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

Units

LAB

COMPUTER SCIENCE & INFO SYSTEMS CSIT 120 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Course Title

LEC LEC LEC

Identifies a class as: LAB-Laboratory LEC-Lecture CLN-Clinical **Some subjects have two labs to one lecture.

Class Location Room Number

NURSING INURS 103 NURSING FOUNDATION I

Corequisite

You are required to take this course in the same term.

(2.0 units)

Corequisite: NURS 117 Prerequisite: Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

Some LEC classes require enrollment in a related LAB class in the same term.

SAN MARCOS/Day 32290

M

1:30-3:20pm

HS-102

BROWN J

INURS 117 NURSING I

TBA

To be arranged – there are no set hours. Classes require you to arrange hours with the instructor.

NONCREDIT

Cross listed

GENERAL INFO

Cross-listed courses are those in which you may choose from two or more disciplines for which to receive credit. Example: PSYC 205 and SOC 205 are the same course and identified as cross-listed.

8

Related Classes

LEC

(9.0 units)

Corequisite: NURS 103

SAN MARCOS/Day 32292

MT

9:30-11:50am

32295 TBA Arrange 160 hours with instructor.

HS-101

WHITE J

LAB

CLN

WHITE J

CLN

PSYCHOLOGY PSYC 205 STATISTICS/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

A condition of enrollment that must be met before enrolling in a class. An English or math prerequisite must be verified by placement testing or transcript.

3.0 UNITS

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of “C” in Math 56 or 60 or eligibility determined through the math placement process. Cross listed as SOC 205

SAN MARCOS/Day 34734 DE INTERNET SMITH, W This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation. For more information, students must refer to the following website: http://daphne.palomar.edu/stat205/statorientation.htm (Class Number 34734 meets 1/22 - 3/22)

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

Prerequisite

LEC

Class Dates

In summer, session dates are noted. In spring and fall, only late-start or short-term dates are noted.


Learning for Success

Advisors: C. Bruton, M. Gilkey, J. Glassman, www.palomar.edu/business

IACCT 101 BOOKKEEPING

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72627

MW

8-9:20am

MD-332

HAAG C

IACCT 104 ACCTING SPREADSHEET CONCEPTS

LEC

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ACCT 101 or 201

SAN MARCOS/Day 72169

DE

INTERNET AGATHA R

LEC

73641

DE

INTERNET BURCHYETT M

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard W

6-7:50pm

MD-332

BURCHYETT M

IACCT 105 INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXES DE

INTERNET GORDON S

IACCT 107 TAXATION OF BUSINESS ENTITIES

LEC

LEC

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72544

W

6-9:50pm

MD-329

PETERSON L

IACCT 110 QUICKBOOKS

LEC

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ACCT 101 or 201 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use QuickBooks 2013

SAN MARCOS/Day 72115

DE DE

INTERNET CHAU V INTERNET CHAU V

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC LAB

W W

6-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

MD-334 MD-334

HAAG C HAAG C

IACCT 115 SALES/PAYROLL TAX,EMPL BENEFIT

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73033

DE

INTERNET PETERSON L

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

T

6:30-8:20pm

MD-323

PETERSON L

IACCT 120 ANALYSIS/FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ACCT 201 Th

6:30-9:20pm

MD-323

IACCT 201 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

LEC

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71967

DE

INTERNET AGATHA R

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

73008

DE

INTERNET BRUTON C

LEC

9-10:50am 9-10:50am 11-12:50pm 11-12:50pm 12-1:50pm 1-2:50pm

MD-331 MD-331 MD-331 MD-331 MD-323 MD-331

GLASSMAN J STAFF GILKEY M BRYANT G GLASSMAN J STAFF

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-323 MD-322

BALLARD S SCAGLIONE T

LEC LEC

ESC-804

KRUPINSKI L

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71963 71964 71962 71965 71966 73635

MW TTh MW TTh TTh MW

SAN MARCOS/Evening M T

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

W

6-9:50pm

Class Number 72350 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IACCT 202 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ACCT 201

SAN MARCOS/Day 73644

DE

INTERNET AGATHA R

LEC

72542

DE

INTERNET BRUTON C

LEC

9-10:50am 9-10:50am 11-12:50pm 11-12:50pm

MD-323 MD-321 MD-321 MD-321

GILKEY M GLASSMAN J BRUTON C GILKEY M

LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-322

CHAU V

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71969 71970 71971 73009

MW TTh MW TTh

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72351

Th

6-9:50pm

Advisors: K. Barrett, phone ext. 2795, kbarrett@palomar.edu; M. Peterson, phone ext. 2278, mpeterson@palomar.edu and L. Roberts, phone ext. 2391, lroberts@palomar.edu For information regarding Administration of Justice or Police Academy, call 760 744-1150, ext. 1770. The Public Safety Training Center (PSTC) is located at 182 Santar Place, San Marcos.

IAJ 92 BASIC POLICE ACADEMY III

(19.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AJ 91 AJ 92 may not be taken as an audit. Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

LEC

(3.0 units)

SCHISSLER S

INTERNET BRUTON C

72360

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72150

DE

SITES/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71972

LEC/LAB

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72374

INSTRUCTOR

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72350

(4.0 units)

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LOC

ESCONDIDO/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 71968

TIME

72373

72135 72325

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72168

DAY

LEC

TWTh S S S

5:30-10:35pm 6-6:50am 7-11:50am 1-4:50pm

PSTC-3B PSTC-3B PSTC-3B PSTC-3B

DREYER S

LEC LEC LAB LAB

DREYER S

Acceptance into Police Academy 22 is necessary prior to enrollment. Class Number 72360 meets at Public Safety Training Center (Class Number 72360 meets 8/22-12/14)

IAJ 100 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE

(3.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

ACCOUNTING

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day 71973 72365 71975 71974 72259

TTh F MW F TTh

8-9:20am 8-10:50am 8-9:20am 11-1:50pm 11-12:20pm

N-5 N-5 N-5 N-5 N-5

WILSON G BARRETT K HOOK J BARRETT K ROBERTS L

www.palomar.edu

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

9

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IAJ 106 POLICE ETHICS

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72382

W

6:30-9:20pm

N-5

STAFF

LEC

6:30-9:20pm

CPPEN-M

WILSON G

LEC

SITES/Evening 73440

TTh

Class Number 73440 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside (Class Number 73440 meets 8/20-10/15)

IAJ 110 BASIC CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

(3.0 units)

CREDIT CLASSES

SAN MARCOS/Day 72315

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

NS-140

ROBERTS L

IAJ 131 JUVENILE JUSTICE

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73043

MW

2-3:20pm

N-5

STAFF

IAJ 141 ENFORCEMENT PSYCHOLOGY

LEC

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

SAN MARCOS/Day 72260

MW

9:30-10:50am

N-5

STAFF

IAJ 152 WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72839

T

6:30-9:20pm

Q-2

HOOK J

IAJ 180 CRIMINOLOGY

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72547

T

6:30-9:20pm

N-5

BARRETT K

IAJ 211 FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION

LEC

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO/Evening 73044

Th

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-402

BASS R

LEC

SITES

Class Number 73044 meets at Palomar College Escondido

AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES See Aviation Sciences

AFRICANA STUDIES

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

Advisor: M. Japtok, phone ext. 3994, mjaptok@palomar.edu; J. Jenkins, phone ext. 2287, jjenkins@palomar.edu See Multicultural Studies.

IAS 100 INTRO AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71203 72127

MW

12:30-1:50pm

NS-135

ROBERTS L

LEC

N-5

BARRETT K

LEC

ESC-304

BASS R

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71977

Th

6:30-9:20pm

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71976

T

6:30-9:20pm

Class Number 71976 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IAJ 101 CRIMINAL EVIDENCE

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71978

Th

6:30-9:20pm

NS-138

STAFF

IAJ 102 CRIMINAL PROCEDURES

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

NONCREDIT

72128

MW

11-12:20pm

NS-140

ROBERTS L

IAJ 103 COMMUNITY RELATIONS

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71979

TTh

9:30-10:50am

N-5

BARRETT K

LEC

SITES/Evening 73439

MW

6:30-9:20pm

CPPEN-M

HOOK J

LEC

Class Number 73439 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside

GENERAL INFO

(Class Number 73439 meets 10/21-12/16)

IAJ 104 CRIMINAL LAW

SAN MARCOS/Day 71980

10

TTh

8-9:20am

NS-135

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

ROBERTS L

LEC

12-1:20pm

MD-317

JENKINS J

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71639

TTh

9:30-10:50am

HS-208

JAPTOK M

LEC

MD-131

JAPTOK M

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70043

T

6-8:50pm

IAS 102 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY II

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70952

MW

11-12:20pm

MD-221

JAPTOK M

LEC

ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG STUDIES

Advisor: J. Fent, jfent@palomar.edu For information about the Alcohol and Other Drug Studies program, students should attend an information meeting. Meetings will be held on the first Wednesday of the month (September, October, November) from 5-5:50 p.m. on the San Marcos campus in room MD-103. For information about the AODS program go to http://www.palomar.edu/behavioralscience/AODS/

IAODS 140 INTRO PSYC AND SOCIAL SERVICES

(4.0 units)

Cross listed as PSYC/SOC 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71091

(3.0 units)

MW

IAS 101 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I

T

6-8:50pm TBA

MD-103 MD-103

ROMAIN L ROMAIN L

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.


(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72392

Th

6-8:50pm

MD-205

STAFF

LEC

ESC-701

GREY D

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 72813

Th

6-8:50pm

Class Number 72813 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IAODS 155 PHYS/PHARM PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS Cross listed as PSYC/SOC 155

(3.0 units)

W

6-8:50pm

71052

MD-216

FENT J

IAODS 250 GROUP LEADERSHIP AND PROCESS Cross listed as PSYC/SOC 250 Th

6-8:50pm

LEC

(3.0 units)

CHESTER T

LEC

Cross listed as PSYC/SOC 255

6-8:50pm

MD-103

FELICIANO A

LEC

Cross listed as PSYC/SOC 260

SAN MARCOS/Evening T

6-8:50pm

MD-216

COLLINS C

IAODS 298 DIRECTED FIELD EXPERIENCE I

LEC

(5.0 units)

Cross listed as PSYC/SOC 298 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71160

M

6-8:50pm TBA

MD-103 MD-103

FENT J FENT J

LEC LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

Advisor: P. Dixon, phone ext. 2427, pdixon@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IAIS 100 INTRO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. DE

INTERNET STAFF

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 9-10:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

73468

(Class Number 73466 meets 8/19-10/15) DE INTERNET STAFF

70698

(Class Number 73468 meets 10/17-12/16) DE INTERNET DOZIER D

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, October 16, from 12-1:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70798

DE

INTERNET HENLEY D

LEC

70006 70007 70799 71053

MW TTh TTh M

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 2-4:50pm

MD-104 MD-131 MD-131 MD-104

LECHUSZA AQUALLO A

DOZIER D DOZIER D DIXON J

LEC LEC LEC LEC

70008

W

6-8:50pm

MD-104

HOWE F

LEC

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-M

CROUTHAMEL S LEC

SITES/Evening 71286

MW

IAIS 101 AMERICAN INDIAN FRONTIER

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

INTERNET

LECHUSZA AQUALLO A

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70840

DE

INTERNET LEWIS L

LEC

70946

DE

INTERNET COOK-LEE T

LEC

71326

DE

INTERNET ALEGRE MUNIN R

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-8:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70009 71291

MW TTh

71029

M

8-9:20am MD-131 KELLER J 9:30-12:20pm MD-104 DIXON P (Class Number 71291 meets 8/20-10/15) 2-4:50pm MD-131 DIXON P

LEC

LEC

LEC

73665

MW

71054

Th

LEC

5:30-8:20pm MD-131 DIXON P (Class Number 73665 meets 8/19-10/14) 6-8:50pm MD-104 SAN JUAN S

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70699

DE

INTERNET HOSEY R

LEC

70800

DE

INTERNET COOK-LEE T

LEC

71148

DE

INTERNET ORTIZ D

LEC

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am DE

MD-104 STAFF MD-131 AGUILAR T INTERNET

LEC LEC LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 5-6:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70010 70732 LEC

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

IAIS 102 INDIAN/U.S. POLITICAL SYSTEM

SAN MARCOS/Day 73466

DE

SAN MARCOS/Day

IAODS 260 CHEM DEPENDENCY FAMILY COUNSEL (3.0 units)

72525

LEC/LAB

(Class Number 71286 meets 10/21-12/16) MD-103

SAN MARCOS/Evening W

INSTRUCTOR

Class Number 71286 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside

IAODS 255 CASE MANAGEMENT,LAW AND ETHICS (3.0 units)

72393

LOC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 8-9:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72424

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72522

DAY

TTh M

CREDIT CLASSES

Cross listed as PSYC/SOC 150

CLASS#

ESCONDIDO CENTER

IAODS 150 INTRO ALCOHOL/DRUG STUDIES

LEC/LAB

SITES

INSTRUCTOR

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

LOC

NONCREDIT

TIME

1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

71292

TTh

71290

MW

9:30-12:20pm MD-104 DIXON P (Class Number 71292 meets 10/17-12/12) 11-12:20pm MD-104 STAFF

www.palomar.edu

LEC

LEC

11

GENERAL INFO

DAY

GENERAL INFO

Learning for Success CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

TTh

6-8:50pm

ESC-804

VEZZOLA M

LEC

Class Number 70839 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 70839 meets 10/17-12/12)

IAIS 104 THE MUSIC OF NATIVE AMERICA

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71287

TTh

2-3:20pm

MD-131

LECHUSZA AQUALLO A

CREDIT CLASSES

IAIS 105 HISTORY/NATIVE AMERICAN ARTS

ESCONDIDO CENTER

70826

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70801

DE

INTERNET DOZIER D

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard DE

INTERNET

12:30-1:50pm

MD-131

LECHUSZA AQUALLO A

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70802

TTh

LECHUSZA AQUALLO A

IAIS 110 HISTORY OF THE PLAINS INDIAN

LEC

LEC

(3.0 units)

DE

INTERNET KELLER J

SITES

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, October 16, from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

IAIS 125 AMERICAN INDIANS TODAY

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

INTERNET LOCKLEAR L

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

(3.0 units) DOZIER D

IAIS 145 AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. DE

INTERNET MOORE H

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

NONCREDIT

INTERNET DIXON P

(3.0 units)

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard (Class Number 73470 meets 10/17-12/16)

70768 71078 70772 73611 70770 70769 71373

MW TTh MW MW TTh TTh MW

9-10:50am 9-10:50am 11-12:50pm 12-1:50pm 12:30-2:20pm 1-2:50pm 2-3:50pm

MD-222 MD-222 MD-222 N-5 MD-222 P-30 SC-4

MCLELLAN K MCLELLAN K MCLELLAN K SOTTAK P RYAN N SMITH M SOTTAK P

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

71077 73612

TTh MW

6-7:50pm 6-7:50pm

MD-317 MD-314

RYAN N WITCZAK K

LEC LEC

9:15-11:05am

ESC-502

LEDET C

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 70771

MW TTh MW

Class Number 70825 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-501

SMITH M

LEC

Class Number 70771 meets at Palomar College Escondido

3:15-5:05pm

ESC-202

IGHNER A

LEC

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day TBA

N-4

SMITH M

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/speech_and_asl/asllab/default.htm

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ASL 100 Transcripts and/or proof of completion required the first day of class to verify the prerequisite for this course.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70785

MW

11-12:50pm

HS-203

STRUXNESS K

LEC

6-7:50pm 6-7:50pm

SC-5 MD-222

STAFF WITCZAK W

LEC LEC

9-10:50am

ESC-804

MCLELLAN B

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening TTh MW

ESCONDIDO/Day TTh MW

Class Number 73613 meets at Palomar College Escondido

1:15-3:05pm

ESC-202

IGHNER A

LEC

Class Number 70784 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IASL 101L AMERICAN SIGN LANG II (LAB)

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ASL 101

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

70784

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

73470

IASL 100 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I

73613

(Class Number 71030 meets 10/17-12/16)

IAIS 150 AMER IND PHILOSOPHY/RELIGION

LEC

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

70773 71311

SAN MARCOS/Day 71030

INTERNET ELLIOTT E

IASL 101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II

SAN MARCOS/Day MD-131

DE

70820

(Class Number 71303 meets 9/16-12/10)

11-12:20pm

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ASL 100

(3.0 units)

IAIS 135 CALIFORNIA INDIAN ARTS

LEC/LAB

ELEMENTARY CAHUILLA IIA This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Palomar College, Pauma. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard Class Number 73666 meets at Palomar College - Pauma

IASL 100L AMERICAN SIGN LANG I (LAB)

SAN MARCOS/Day

MW

INSTRUCTOR

Class Number 70929 meets at Palomar College Escondido

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. DE

73666

70929

(Class Number 71149 meets 10/17-12/16)

73479

LOC

SITES/Day

70825

SAN MARCOS/Day

71303

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Evening LEC

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

71149

DAY

IAIS 197 AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES TOPICS

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70839

CLASS#

LEC

70821

TBA

N-4

SMITH M

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/speech_and_asl/asllab/default.htm

GENERAL INFO

IASL 105 FINGERSPELLING

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ASL 100

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70774

12

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

Th

6-8:50pm

SC-4

MENDOZA M

LEC


Learning for Success

70775

TTh

11-12:20pm

MD-222

MCLELLAN K

LEC

MD-320

STRUXNESS K

LEC

TTh

6-7:20pm

IASL 205 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ASL 101 Transcripts and/or proof of completion required the first day of class to verify the prerequisite for this course.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70777 70778 70779

TTh MW TTh

1-2:50pm 2-3:50pm 3-4:50pm

MD-321 MD-222 MD-222

STRUXNESS K STRUXNESS K STRUXNESS K

IASL 205L AMERICAN SIGN LANG III (LAB)

LEC LEC LEC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ASL 205 TBA

N-4

SMITH M

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/speech_and_asl/asllab/default.htm

IASL 206 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IV

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ASL 205 Transcripts and/or proof of completion required the first day of class to verify the prerequisite for this course.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70780

MW

4-5:50pm

MD-222

STRUXNESS K

IASL 206L AMERICAN SIGN LANG IV (LAB)

LEC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ASL 206

SAN MARCOS/Day 70823

TBA

N-4

SMITH M

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/speech_and_asl/asllab/default.htm

IASL 208 INTERPRETING AS A PROFESSION Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ASL 206

(3.0 units)

M

6-8:50pm

SC-4

MENDOZA M

IASL 210 INTERPRETING I

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ASL 110 and 206 Recommended preparation: ENG 100 and ASL 115

LEC

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71983

TTh

7:30-9:20pm

N-4

MU G

IASL 215 INTERPRETING III

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ASL 211 and ASL 220 Recommended preparation: ENG 100

LEC

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72148

TTh

5:30-7:20pm

N-4

SMITH M

LEC

AMERICAN STUDIES

Advisor: P. Dixon, phone ext. 2427, pdixon@palomar.edu

IAMS 100 AMERICAN CULTURE AND IDENTITY

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71106

DE

INTERNET MOORE H

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70730

MW

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET CROUTHAMEL S LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IAMS 182 INTRO TO ARTS MANAGEMENT

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as ART/DNCE/MUS/TA 182

SAN MARCOS/Day 72648

MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

IAMS 183 INTERNSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT

LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS or TA 182 Cross listed as ART/DNCE/MUS/TA 183

72764

MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

IAMS 200 RACE, CLASS, AND ETHNIC GROUPS

LAB

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. Cross listed as MCS/SOC 200

SAN MARCOS/Day 70962

DE

INTERNET FRANCO E

LEC

70989

DE

INTERNET SAN JUAN S

LEC

2-4:50pm

MD-131

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 7-8:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71687

W

STAFF

ANATOMY See Zoology.

ANTHROPOLOGY IANTH 100 INTRO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70776

LOC

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 70822

TIME

IAMS 105 AMER WEST: IMAGES/IDENTITIES

71151

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70957

DAY

(Class Number 71106 meets 8/19-10/15) 12:30-1:50pm MD-131 ALEGRE MUNIN R

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IASL 110 AWARENESS OF DEAF CULTURE

LEC/LAB

LEC

LEC

70016

DE

INTERNET O’NEIL D

LEC

70702

DE

INTERNET O’NEIL D

LEC

70703

DE

INTERNET O’NEIL D

LEC

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm

MD-124 MD-124 MD-124 MD-124 MD-124 MD-124 MD-124 MD-124 MD-124

MCKENDRICKS B DE BARROS P DE BARROS P MOBILIA A EIGHMEY J MOBILIA A EIGHMEY J EIGHMEY J VIGIL JR A

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-124 MD-124

BLACK S MONTAGNE M

LEC LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 8-9:30 a.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 8-9:30 a.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 9:30-11:00 a.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70011 70014 70012 70704 70958 71319 70013 70015 71659

MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73329 73502

T W

6-8:50pm 6:30-9:20pm

www.palomar.edu

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

13

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IANTH 100L BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY LAB

LEC/LAB

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ANTH 100 F F

8-10:50am 11-1:50pm

MD-124 MD-124

ZAJAC M MONTAGNE M

LAB LAB

MD-124

STAFF

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73332

Th

6:30-9:20pm

IANTH 101 INTRO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

(4.0 units)

CREDIT CLASSES

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71208 71211

T Th M W

2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm 3:30-6:20pm 3:30-6:20pm

MD-124 MD-124 MD-124 MD-124

BLACK S BLACK S VIGIL JR A VIGIL JR A

LEC LAB LEC LAB

IANTH 105 INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (3.0 units) This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

ESCONDIDO CENTER

70018

DE

INTERNET MOBILIA A

LEC

70926

DE

INTERNET MOBILIA A

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/pages/amobilia/

SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

70804 73596 71141 70017 71317 70019 71140 73330

MW F TTh MW TTh TTh MW MW

8-9:20am 8-10:50am 8-9:20am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm

W

6-8:50pm

T

6-8:50pm

EIGHMEY J STAFF PAIN E DE BARROS P DE BARROS P ELIOT K DINCKAN G DINCKAN G

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-304

STAFF

LEC

ESC-701

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 73597 meets at Palomar College Escondido

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71318

MW

9:30-10:50am

MD-304

MCKENDRICKS B LEC

IANTH 110 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71066

DE

INTERNET EIGHMEY J

LEC

NONCREDIT

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://faculty.palomar.edu/jeighmey In addition to the required texts each student must purchase a copy of Revealing Archaeology online from www.thinkingstrings.com. The cost for this software is approximately $70 USD

71209

TTh

9:30-10:50am

MD-304

PAIN E

IANTH 120 ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION

LEC

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70765

S S S

9-9:50am 10-12:50pm 1:30-4:20pm

MD-124 MD-124 MD-124

DE BARROS P DE BARROS P PAIN E

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

73632

DE

INTERNET HENLEY D

LEC

71272

DE

INTERNET HENLEY D

LEC

2-3:20pm

MD-304

LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70846

TTh

ELIOT K

IANTH 137 MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

71387

DE

INTERNET MOBILIA A

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 5-6:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/pages/amobilia/

IANTH 155 ANCIENT CIV OF MESO-AMERICA Cross listed as CS 155

LEC

(3.0 units)

TTh

11-12:20pm

MD-328

GUERRA R

LEC

IANTH 205 ADV ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION (3.0 units)

MD-304 MD-304 MD-304 MD-304 MD-304 MD-304 MD-304 MD-304

IANTH 107 LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

INSTRUCTOR

IANTH 135 MAGIC AND FOLK RELIGIONS

70679

ESCONDIDO/Evening 73597

LOC

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71429

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/pages/amobilia/

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 71139 71293

CLASS#

LEC LAB LAB

Recommended preparation: ANTH 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70766

S S S

9-9:50am 10-12:50pm 1:30-4:20pm

MD-124 MD-124 MD-124

DE BARROS P DE BARROS P PAIN E

IANTH 296 SPECIAL PROBLEMS/ANTHROPOLOGY

LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

Students wishing to enroll in ANTH 296 must contact the instructor at amobilia@ palomar.edu

SAN MARCOS/Day 71661

TBA

MD-246

MOBILIA A

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IANTH 296 SPECIAL PROBLEMS/ANTHROPOLOGY

(2.0 units)

Students wishing to enroll in ANTH 296 must contact the instructor at amobilia@ palomar.edu

SAN MARCOS/Day 71662

TBA

MD-246

MOBILIA A

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IANTH 296 SPECIAL PROBLEMS/ANTHROPOLOGY

(3.0 units)

Students wishing to enroll in ANTH 296 must contact the instructor at amobilia@ palomar.edu

SAN MARCOS/Day 71663

TBA

MD-246

MOBILIA A

LAB

Arrange 9 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IANTH 297 SPECIAL PROBLEMS/ARCHAEOLOGY

(1.0 unit)

Students wishing to enroll in ANTH 297 must contact the instructor at pdebarros@palomar.edu

SAN MARCOS/Day

GENERAL INFO

70021

TBA

MD-253

DE BARROS P

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

14

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES


Learning for Success

SAN MARCOS/Day 70805

TBA

MD-253

DE BARROS P

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IANTH 297 SPECIAL PROBLEMS/ARCHAEOLOGY

(3.0 units)

Students wishing to enroll in ANTH 297 must contact the instructor at pdebarros@palomar.edu

SAN MARCOS/Day 70806

TBA

MD-253

DE BARROS P

LAB

Arrange 9 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

ARCHITECTURE

Advisors: Ken Swift, phone ext. 2559, kswift@palomar.edu and Sandra Andre, phone ext. 3995, sandre@palomar.edu

IARCH 105 BASIC ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72183

T T Th

12-1:20pm 1:30-2:50pm 12-2:50pm

IT-3 IT-3 IT-3

ANDRE S ANDRE S

IARCH 120 ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70127

TTh

9:30-10:50am

T-114

SWIFT K

IARCH 135 ARCH MATERIALS/METHODS CONSTR

LEC

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING

Palomar College, in partnership with six Joint Apprenticeship Training Councils (JATC’s), offers apprenticeship training in six different trades. To receive information or to enroll in an apprenticeship program, contact the specific program sponsor listed below.

72213

T T Th

11:30-12:50pm NB-2 1-2:20pm NB-2 11:30-2:20pm NB-2

SWIFT K SWIFT K

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72213 has a material fee of $5. See instructor first day of class for information.

IARCH 145 ARCH DELINEATION/PICTORIAL DRW

(4.0 units)

Recommended preparation: ARCH/ID 150 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for Southern California Carpentry - Four-year program Acoustical Installer and Drywall/Lather - Three-year programs Plasterer - Four-year program San Diego Carpenters Training Center 858 621-2667

SAN MARCOS/Day

Inside Wireman - Five-year program Sound Technician - Four-year program San Diego Electrical Training Trust 858 569-6633, ext. 111

IARCH 200 ADV COMPUTER AIDED ARCH DRAFT (4.0 units)

Electrician - Five-year program Sound and Communication Systems Installer - Three-year program Riverside and San Bernardino Joint Electrical Apprenticeship Training Committees 909 890-1703

SAN MARCOS/Day

72232

LAB classes at San Marcos Campus: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 hours in the World Languages Department lab (room F-1) during lab hours. Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Closed Weekends and Holidays Lab hours subject to change. LAB classes at Education Centers: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 lab hours with instructor at first class meeting. For more information, call the World Languages Lab, 760 744-1150, ext. 2564.

(5.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. 3-5:20pm TBA

HS-204 F-1

SAMIR F SAMIR F

LEC LAB

HS-204 F-1

JABARI M JABARI M

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73399

TTh

6-8:20pm TBA

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

IARAB 102 ARABIC II

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARAB 101 or two years of high school Arabic Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73396

MW

6-8:20pm TBA

F-10 F-1

JABARI M JABARI M

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

E-13 E-13

ANDRE S ANDRE S

LEC LAB

73045

MW MW

12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

E-10 E-10

SWIFT K SWIFT K

IARCH 202 INTRO TO REVIT ARCHITECTURE

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

IT-3 IT-3 IT-3

LUCIDO J LUCIDO J

LEC LAB LAB

ART

See also Art - Design and Art - Illustration. Individual courses are not repeatable. State Guidelines also limit the number of times a student may take courses with related content and similar primary educational activities. Therefore, some combinations of course work in Art have limitations on the number of times a student may enroll. Specific information about enrollment limitations for ART classes is available at http:// www.palomar.edu/ Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARCH/ID 150 or ARCH/DT 125, and a minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ARCH 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72721

ARABIC

73619

MW MW

Class Number 72232 has a material fee of $15. See instructor first day of class for information.

Sheet Metal - Five-year program San Diego Sheet Metal Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee 619 265-2758

IARAB 101 ARABIC I

GENERAL INFO

(2.0 units)

Students wishing to enroll in ANTH 297 must contact the instructor at pdebarros@palomar.edu

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IANTH 297 SPECIAL PROBLEMS/ARCHAEOLOGY

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

LEC LAB

IART 100 INTRODUCTION TO ART

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70985 70023 70026 70841 70024 70027 70028 70842 70025 70022 73636 70986

F MW TTh TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW T T MW

9-11:50am C-5 VAN TASSEL R 9:30-10:50am C-5 HUDELSON M 9:30-10:50am MD-235 HUDELSON M 9:30-10:50am C-5 LEVINE F 11-12:20pm A-14 HUDELSON M 11-12:20pm NS-136 HUDELSON M 11-12:20pm C-5 LEVINE F 11-12:20pm C-5 LEVINE F 12:30-1:50pm C-5 LEVINE F 2-4:50pm HS-203 MORRIS D 3-5:50pm C-5 BURCH L 4-5:50pm C-5 JOUDREY R (Class Number 70986 meets 8/19-11/13)

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LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

15

NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

GENERAL INFO

SAN MARCOS/Evening

ESCONDIDO/Day

70029

MW

70853

73637 70030

MW T

6-8:50pm MD-131 STAFF LEC (Class Number 70029 meets 10/21-12/16) 6:30-7:50pm C-5 TORREGROZA E LEC 6:30-9:20pm C-5 BURCH L LEC

MW

10:45-12:05pm ESC-505

STAFF

LEC

70856

CREDIT CLASSES

ESCONDIDO/Evening TTh

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-700

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 70031 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 70031 meets 8/20-10/15)

IART 101 METHODS AND MATERIALS

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

ESCONDIDO CENTER

M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-15 C-15 C-15

MORAN S MORAN S

IART 102 DRAWING AND COMPOSITION I

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70910 70917

SITES

70913 73739

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

T T Th M M W M M W T T Th M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm 3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm 3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm 3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

C-3 C-3 C-3 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-2 C-3 C-3 C-3

JOUDREY R JOUDREY R

LEC LAB LAB DURRANT G LEC DURRANT G LAB LAB PHILLIPS P LEC PHILLIPS P LAB LAB CROUCH L LEC CROUCH L LAB LAB TORREGROZA E LEC TORREGROZA E LAB LAB

C-2 C-2 C-2 C-1 C-1 C-1

MARKS B MARKS B

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70912 70911

T T Th M M W

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm 6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

HERMAN C HERMAN C

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

ESCONDIDO/Day 70915

M M W

8:45-10:05am ESC-700 10:15-11:35am ESC-700 8:45-11:35am ESC-700

MITCHELL L MITCHELL L

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70915 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70914

M M W

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

ESC-700 ESC-700 ESC-700

MORRIS D MORRIS D

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70914 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IART 103 DRAWING AND COMPOSITION II

(3.0 units)

NONCREDIT

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 102 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-2 C-2 C-2

DURRANT G DURRANT G

GENERAL INFO

70854

16

T T Th M M W

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm 6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

C-2 C-2 C-2 C-1 C-1 C-1

MARKS B MARKS B

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

HERMAN C HERMAN C

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

ESC-700 ESC-700 ESC-700

MORRIS D MORRIS D

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70856 meets at Palomar College Escondido

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70857 71497

M M W T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-3 C-3 C-3 C-2 C-2 C-2

GLASS L GLASS L

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

GLASS L GLASS L

IART 105 3-DIMENSIONAL FORM AND DESIGN

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70859

M M W

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

ANDERSON J ANDERSON J

LEC LAB LAB

C-15 C-15 C-15

MINIKEL C MINIKEL C

LEC LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70860

M M W

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

IART 106 FIGURE PAINTING

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71346

F F F

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 12-2:50pm

C-1 C-1 C-1

STEIRNAGLE M STEIRNAGLE M

IART 120 LIFE DRAWING AND COMPOSITION I

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘B’ in at least one semester of a college-level drawing course Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70861

M M W

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

C-1 C-1 C-1

STEIRNAGLE M STEIRNAGLE M

IART 121 LIFE DRAWING & COMPOSITION II

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70032

M M W

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

C-1 C-1 C-1

STEIRNAGLE M STEIRNAGLE M

IART 125 HEAD DRAWING

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 102 or ARTI 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70862 LEC LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70916

M M W

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 71522

LEC LAB LAB

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70925

LEC/LAB

MITCHELL L MITCHELL L

IART 104 DESIGN AND COMPOSITION

SAN MARCOS/Day 70852

8:45-10:05am ESC-700 10:15-11:35am ESC-700 8:45-11:35am ESC-700

INSTRUCTOR

Class Number 70853 meets at Palomar College Escondido

Class Number 71686 meets at Palomar College Escondido 70031

LOC

ESCONDIDO/Evening

ESCONDIDO/Day 71686

M M W

TIME

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-1 C-1 C-1

IART 135 CERAMICS I

WALSH V WALSH V

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70033

M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-7 C-7 C-7

SCHNORR K SCHNORR K

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70033 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.


Learning for Success

Class Number 70035 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

71499

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-7 C-7 C-7

JONESTEIN S JONESTEIN S

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 71499 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

70036

T T Th

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-7 C-7 C-7

JONESTEIN S JONESTEIN S

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70036 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70037

T T Th

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

C-7 C-7 C-7

SMITH A SMITH A

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70037 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 136 CERAMICS II

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 135 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70038

M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-7 C-7 C-7

SCHNORR K SCHNORR K

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70038 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

70039

T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-7 C-7 C-7

JONESTEIN S JONESTEIN S

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-7 C-7 C-7

JONESTEIN S JONESTEIN S

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70039 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

71334

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 71334 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70040

T T Th

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

C-7 C-7 C-7

SMITH A SMITH A

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70040 has an average material fee of $20, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 137 POTTERY PRODUCTION

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 135 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-7 C-7 C-7

SCHNORR K SCHNORR K

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

WOOTON K WOOTON K

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70863

M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-15 C-15 C-15

MORAN S MORAN S

IART 146 DESIGN IN WOOD

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70864

M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-15 C-15 C-15

MORAN S MORAN S

IART 147 DESIGN IN ENAMELS

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: ART 104 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70865

T T Th

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

MANDEL L MANDEL L

IART 150 JEWELRY/METALSMITHING DESIGN I

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70866

T T Th

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

MANDEL L MANDEL L

IART 151 JEWELRY/METALSMITHING DESGN II

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 150 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70867

T T Th

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

MANDEL L MANDEL L

IART 155 STAINED GLASS I

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 104 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70868

T T Th

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

CANFIELD B CANFIELD B

IART 160 GLASSBLOWING-OFFHAND I

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 104 or 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70869

M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-4 C-4 C-4

COHEN G COHEN G

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70869 has an average material fee of $75, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 165 HISTORY OF ART I

(3.0 units)

TTh

1:30-2:50pm

C-5

LEVINE F

IART 166 HISTORY OF ART II

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70041 has an average material fee of $180, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70042

MW

2-3:20pm

C-5

HUDELSON M

IART 182 INTRO TO ARTS MANAGEMENT

LEC

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as AMS/DNCE/MUS/TA 182

SAN MARCOS/Day 72647

MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

IART 183 INTERNSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70041

LOC

IART 145 DESIGN IN MIXED MEDIA

70843

Class Number 70919 has an average material fee of $40, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 140 FOUNDRY TECHNIQUES/SCULPTURE I

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 70919

DAY

GENERAL INFO

LEC LAB LAB

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

JONESTEIN S JONESTEIN S

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

C-7 C-7 C-7

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

T T Th

TIME

NONCREDIT

70035

DAY

LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART/AMS/DNCE/MUS or TA 182 Cross listed as AMS/DNCE/MUS/TA 183

SAN MARCOS/Day 72763

MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

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LAB

17

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IART 225 ACRYLIC PAINTING I

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ART 103 and 200 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70872

T T Th

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

C-1 C-1 C-1

CURRY S CURRY S

LEC LAB LAB

GARCIA H GARCIA H

LEC LAB LAB

ESCONDIDO/Day

CREDIT CLASSES

70873

S S S

9-10:20am ESC-700 10:30-11:50am ESC-700 1-3:50pm ESC-700

Class Number 70873 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IART 226 ACRYLIC PAINTING II

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 225 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

ESCONDIDO/Day 70874

ESCONDIDO CENTER

S S S

9-10:20am ESC-700 10:30-11:50am ESC-700 1-3:50pm ESC-700

GARCIA H GARCIA H

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70874 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IART 235 WATERCOLOR PAINTING I

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70876

M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-2 C-2 C-2

DURRANT G DURRANT G

LEC LAB LAB

GARCIA H GARCIA H

LEC LAB LAB

ESCONDIDO/Day 70875

SITES

S S S

9-10:20am ESC-700 10:30-11:50am ESC-700 1-3:50pm ESC-700

Class Number 70875 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IART 236 WATERCOLOR PAINTING II

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 235 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

SAN MARCOS/Day 70878

IART 197B TOPICS IN ART - PAINTING

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. F F F

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 12-2:50pm

PORTRAIT HEAD PAINTING

C-1 C-1 C-1

STEIRNAGLE M STEIRNAGLE M

IART 197C TOPICS IN ART - GLASS

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73697

T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

ADVANCED SCULPTURAL GLASS

C-15 C-15 C-15

STAFF STAFF

IART 205 INDIRECT METAL FORMING

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 150 or 260 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

NONCREDIT

T T Th

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

WOOTON K WOOTON K

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70870 has an average material fee of $180, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 220 OIL PAINTING I

(3.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ART 103 and 200 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70871

18

T T Th

70877

C-1 C-1 C-1

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

CURRY S CURRY S

DURRANT G DURRANT G

LEC LAB LAB

S S S

9-10:20am ESC-700 10:30-11:50am ESC-700 1-3:50pm ESC-700

GARCIA H GARCIA H

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70877 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IART 250 CERAMICS III

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 136 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71474

T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-7 C-7 C-7

JONESTEIN S JONESTEIN S

LEC LAB LAB

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 71474 has an average material fee of $40, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71473

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

WILSON H WILSON H

C-15 C-15 C-15

WOOTON K WOOTON K

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 71473 has an average material fee of $180, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70880

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

C-2 C-2 C-2

IART 255 FOUNDRY TECHNIQUE/SCULPTURE II

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70870

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

ESCONDIDO/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 73520

M M W

T T Th

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70880 has an average material fee of $180, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.


Learning for Success

SAN MARCOS/Day 71475

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

WILSON H WILSON H

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 71475 has an average material fee of $100, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 261 SCULPTURE II

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 260 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

WILSON H WILSON H

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 102 or 104 or 105, and ART 135 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-7 C-7 C-7

JONESTEIN S JONESTEIN S

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70884 has an average material fee of $40, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 266 CERAMIC SCULPTURE II

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-7 C-7 C-7

JONESTEIN S JONESTEIN S

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 70885 has an average material fee of $40, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 270 JEWELRY/METALSMITHING DSGN III

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 151 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

MANDEL L MANDEL L

IART 275 STAINED GLASS II

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 155 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

C-15 C-15 C-15

CANFIELD B CANFIELD B

IART 280 GLASSBLOWING-OFFHAND II

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-4 C-4 C-4

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

COHEN G COHEN G

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-3 C-3 C-3

SCHULTZ J SCHULTZ J

IARTD 150 DIGITAL CONCEPTS/TECH IN ART

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARTD 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73306

T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

C-9 C-9 C-9

KAHN J KAHN J

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARTD 100 Recommended preparation: ARTD 150 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72383

M M W

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

C-9 C-9 C-9

SCHULTZ J SCHULTZ J

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: ARTD 150 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72172

T T Th

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

C-9 C-9 C-9

SCHULTZ J SCHULTZ J

Class Number 72172 utilizes Adobe Illustrator software.

LEC LAB LAB

ART - ILLUSTRATION Individual courses are not repeatable. State Guidelines also limit the number of times a student may take courses with related content and similar primary educational activities. Therefore, some combinations of course work in Art - Illustration have limitations on the number of times a student may enroll. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Art - Illustration classes is available at http://www.palomar.edu/

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72286

72170 LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 71506 has an average material fee of $270, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-3 C-3 C-3

GLASS L GLASS L

LEC LAB LAB

C-3 C-3 C-3

FRALEY K FRALEY K

LEC LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day M M W

T T Th

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 160 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71506

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

IARTI 100 INTRODUCTION TO ILLUSTRATION

SAN MARCOS/Day 70887

IARTD 100 GRAPHIC DESIGN I

See also Art and Art - Design.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70886

Individual courses are not repeatable. State Guidelines also limit the number of times a student may take courses with related content and similar primary educational activities. Therefore, some combinations of course work in Art - Design have limitations on the number of times a student may enroll. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Art - Design classes is available at http://www.palomar.edu/

IARTD 210 TYPOGRAPHY DESIGN

SAN MARCOS/Day T T Th

LEC/LAB

See also Art and Art - Illustration.

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ART 265 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70885

INSTRUCTOR

IARTD 200 GRAPHIC DESIGN II

SAN MARCOS/Day 70884

LOC

ART - DESIGN

73309

Class Number 71476 has an average material fee of $100, which is dependent upon the amount used by a student to produce required projects. See instructor the first day of class for more information.

IART 265 CERAMIC SCULPTURE I

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 71476

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ART 102 and 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IART 260 SCULPTURE I

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

M M W

6:30-7:50pm 8-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

IARTI 200 RENDERING

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARTI 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day 72287

T T Th

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

C-3 C-3 C-3

POLENTZ C POLENTZ C

www.palomar.edu

LEC LAB LAB

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GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IARTI 210 ILLUSTRATION I

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ARTI 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-1 C-1 C-1

MW

LEC LAB LAB

71037

F

(3.0 units)

71038

CREDIT CLASSES

Recommended preparation: ARTD 150 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

C-9 C-9 C-9

SCHULTZ J SCHULTZ J

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72381 utilizes Maya software.

ESCONDIDO CENTER

IASTR 100 PRINCIPLES OF ASTRONOMY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 8-9:20am

M

SITES

MW MW TTh

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

NS-117

PESAVENTO J

SAN MARCOS/Day 71265

MWF

8-9:50am

DOME

NS-117

NS-136 NS-136 NS-136

PESAVENTO J

LANE M LANE M PESAVENTO J

LEC LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

T

6:30-9:20pm

NS-136

LANE M

IASTR 105L INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY LAB

LEC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ASTR 100 or 120

SAN MARCOS/Day 73381

W

1-3:50pm

NS-117

STAFF

LAB

Required Lab Manual $35. Please see instructor first day of class for manual purchase directions.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71658

Th

6:30-9:20pm

LANE M

IASTR 120 PLANETS, MOONS, AND COMETS Cross listed as GEOL 120

LAB

(3.0 units)

MTWThF

2-3:50pm

DOME

9:30-10:50am

NS-125

PESAVENTO J

LEC

Required lecture notes $20. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the notes at the first class meeting.

ATHLETICS & COMPETITIVE SPORTS

NONCREDIT

Advisors: H. Gerhardt, phone ext. 2725, hgerhardt@palomar.edu; J. McAdams, phone ext. 2136, jmcadams@palomar.edu; J. Early, phone ext. 2478, jearly@palomar.edu; M. Eldridge, phone ext. 2469, meldridge@palomar.edu; R. Mancao, phone ext. 3560, rmancao@palomar.edu; K. Seiler, phone ext. 2466, kseiler@palomar.edu; L. Craft, phone ext. 3941, lcraft@palomar.edu; C. Taylor, phone ext. 2461, ctaylor2@palomar.edu; and S. Cathcart, phone ext. 2464, scathcart@palomar.edu

GENERAL INFO

Students enrolled in an Athletic and Competitive Sport are limited to 175 contact hours per year in Kinesiology courses that focus on conditioning or skill development for that respective sport. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Kinesiology classes is available at http://www. palomar.edu/ For Physical Education classes see Kinesiology

20

MARSHALL L

70673

MTWThF

(Class Number 71369 meets 10/14-3/7) 4-5:50pm DOME O’NEILL J

LAB

LAB

Class Number 70673 is men’s basketball and classes will be held during the semester break. (Class Number 70673 meets 10/14-3/7)

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day MW TThF

Women’s Golf

1-4:50pm 1-2:50pm

GFRNG GFRNG

ELDRIDGE M

LAB LAB

(Class Number 71124 meets 8/19-11/22)

IACS 125 INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70674

MTWThF

70675

MTWThF

Men’s Soccer

Women’s Soccer

1-3:50pm

SCFLD

HERNANDEZ C

LAB

(Class Number 70674 meets 8/19-11/27) 3-5:50pm SCFLD HERNANDEZ H

LAB

(Class Number 70675 meets 8/19-11/27)

IACS 130 INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day MTWThF

12-1:50pm

DOME

SEILER K

LAB

Arrange 35 hours with instructor. Weekly intercollegiate competition scheduled for 15-or-more (based on competitive qualifications) Wednesdays and Fridays during the fall semester. Tournaments per Athletic schedule. Women’s Volleyball (Class Number 70676 meets 8/19-11/27)

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

LAB

(2.0 units)

Class Number 71369 is women’s basketball and classes will be held during the semester break.

70676 NS-131

Required Lab Manual $35. Please see instructor first night of class for manual purchase directions.

73382

ARROYO J

71369

LEC

Required lecture notes $20. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the notes at the first class meeting.

70719

LEC

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition

71124

70046 70047 70048

LEC

5-6:50pm SW-2 ADAMS B (Class Number 71038 meets 8/19-10/14)

Required lecture notes $20. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the notes at the first class meeting.

8-9:20am

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

IACS 115 INTERCOLLEGIATE GOLF

MW

(1.0 unit)

7-7:50am O-11 ADAMS B (Class Number 73584 meets 8/19-10/14) 9-10:50am O-11 ADAMS B (Class Number 71037 meets 8/23-10/11)

Required lecture notes $20. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the notes at the first class meeting.

70045

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

Advisors: M. Lane, phone ext. 2951, mlane@palomar.edu; and J. Pesavento, phone ext. 2516, jpesavento@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

TTh

INSTRUCTOR

IACS 110 INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL

ASTRONOMY

70044

LOC

IACS 55 CHEERLEADING

SAN MARCOS/Day 72381

TIME

IACS 50 INTRO TO COLLEGIATE ATHLETICS 73584

HEWITSON J HEWITSON J

IARTI 246 DIGITAL 3D DESIGN/MODELING

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 72601

CLASS#

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

IACS 140 INTERCOLLEGIATE WATER POLO

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70002

MTWThF

70001

MTWThF

12-1:50pm

POOL

SHEEHY K

LAB

Arrange 41 hours with instructor. Weekly intercollegiate competition scheduled for 12-or-more (based on competitive qualifications) Mondays and Wednesdays during the fall semester. Tournaments per Athletic schedule. Women’s Water Polo (Class Number 70002 meets 8/19-11/22) 2-3:50pm POOL ARONEN C MCADAMS J

LAB

Arrange 41 hours with instructor. Weekly intercollegiate competition scheduled for 12-or-more (based on competitive qualifications) Mondays and Wednesdays during the fall semester. Tournaments per Athletic schedule. Men’s Water Polo (Class Number 70001 meets 8/19-11/22)


Learning for Success

70003

MTWThF S S

2-3:50pm 9:30-12:20pm 1-5:50pm

FTFLD FTFLD FTFLD

EARLY J

LAB LAB LAB

Weekly intercollegiate competition scheduled for 10-or-more (based on competitive qualification) Saturdays during the fall semester. Class meets irregular on Saturdays. (Class Number 70003 meets 8/19-11/27)

IACS 150 INTERCOLLEGIATE WRESTLING

(2.0 units)

MTWThF

4-6:20pm G-3 BARRIOS B (Class Number 70004 meets 8/19-11/27)

IACS 160 INTERCOLLEGIATE CROSS COUNTRY

LAB

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70005

MWF TTh S

12-1:50pm 12:30-2:20pm 7-9:50am

Men’s Cross Country Class meets irregular on Saturdays. 71260

MWF TTh S

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

IAT 105 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY

TRACK TRACK TRACK

GERHARDT H

(Class Number 70005 meets 8/19-11/27) 12-1:50pm TRACK WILLIAMS J 12:30-2:20pm TRACK 7-9:50am TRACK

Women’s Cross Country Class meets irregular on Saturdays.

LAB LAB LAB

LAB LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: AT 105L Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72242

TTh TTh

11-11:50am 12-1:20pm

ITC-106 ITC-106

BERTRAM S BERTRAM S

Students must also be concurrently enrolled in AT 105L, Class Number 72729.

IAT 105L AUTO ELECTRICITY COMP TRNG LAB Corequisite: AT 105

72729

TTh

1:30-2:50pm

ITC-106

BERTRAM S

IAT 110 AUTO TUNE-UP/ENGINE ANALYSIS

72570

M W W

8-9:50am 8-8:50am 9-10:50am

ITC-106 ITC-106 ITC-112

BERTRAM S BERTRAM S

Students must also be concurrently enrolled in AT 110L, Class Number 72728.

IAT 110L AUTO TUNE UP COMPUTER TRNG LAB Corequisite: AT 110 M

10-12:50pm

ITC-106

BERTRAM S

SAN MARCOS/Day

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day ITC-107 ITC-110 ITC-110 ITC-107 ITC-110 ITC-110

WRIGHT D WRIGHT D WRIGHT D WRIGHT D

IAT 51 AUTO BODY REPAIR II

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: AT 50 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. ITC-107 ITC-110 ITC-110

WRIGHT D WRIGHT D

IAT 55 AUTO REFINISHING I

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

1-2:20pm 2:30-3:50pm 1-3:50pm

ITC-107 ITC-110 ITC-110

WRIGHT D WRIGHT D

IAT 100 AUTO MAINTENANCE/MINOR REPAIR

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71984 72157 72594 72568

T Th S S W M W M

8-9:50am 8-10:50am 8-9:50am 10-12:50pm 8-9:50am 8-10:50am 11-12:50pm 11-1:50pm

ITC-112-B ITC-112 ITC-112-B ITC-112 ITC-112-B ITC-112 ITC-112-B ITC-112

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB

ITC-112-B ITC-112 ITC-112-B ITC-112

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72566 71986

M W T Th

6:30-8:20pm 6:30-9:20pm 7-8:50pm 7-9:50pm

(3.0 units)

73409

TTh TTh

2:30-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm

ITC-112-B ITC-112

STAFF STAFF

IAT 125 AUTOMOTIVE MACHINING

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72173

T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

ITC-106 ITC-106 ITC-106

BERTRAM S BERTRAM S

IAT 150 CHASSIS RESTORATION/ASSEMBLY

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72401

S S S

8:30-9:50am 10-11:50am 12:30-2:50pm

ITC-107 ITC-110 ITC-110

STAFF STAFF

IAT 160 ASSOCIATED STUDIES IN AUTO

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 73281

LAB

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

(1.0 unit)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

M M W

LEC LAB LAB

Students must also be concurrently enrolled in AT 110, Class Number 72570.

IAT 50 AUTO BODY REPAIR I

72931

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

72728

Advisor: S. Bertram, phone ext. 2566, sbertram@palomar.edu

9-10:20am 10:30-11:50am 9-11:50am 9-10:20am 10:30-11:50am 9-11:50am

LAB

Corequisite: AT 110L Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

IAT 120 AUTO TRANSMISSIONS/DRIVE LINES

72929

(1.0 unit)

Students must also be concurrently enrolled in AT 105, Class Number 72242.

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

M M W T T Th

LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

(Class Number 71260 meets 8/19-11/27)

72927

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 70004

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IACS 145 INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

73411

W

11-1:50pm

SITES

LOC

ITC-106

BERTRAM S

LEC

AVIATION SCIENCES

Program Information: phone ext. 2518, aviation@palomar.edu AVIA 75, 80, and 85 award college credit upon successful completion of the actual flight training done at a flight school of the student’s choice and at the student’s own expense. AVIA courses numbered 100 and above are collegelevel classes held at the Palomar College campus at the times and places shown below. VETERANS: If enrolling in AVIA 75, 80, or 85, benefit payments are not available for these classes.

IAVIA 75 PRIVATE PILOT CERTIFICATION

(2.0 units)

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71941

TBA TBA

NS-110G NS-110G

Federal financial aid does not fund this course.

HOUSER J HOUSER J

www.palomar.edu

LEC LAB

21

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IAVIA 80 INSTRUMENT RATING CERT

LEC/LAB

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72415

TBA TBA

NS-110G NS-110G

Federal financial aid does not fund this course.

HOUSER J HOUSER J

IAVIA 85 COMMERCIAL PILOT CERTIFICATION

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

CREDIT CLASSES

SAN MARCOS/Day 72416

TBA TBA

NS-110G NS-110G

Federal financial aid does not fund this course.

HOUSER J HOUSER J

IAVIA 105 BASIC PILOT GROUND SCHOOL

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72592

MW

9:30-10:50am

NS-117

SCHMIDT D

LEC

NS-117

ARMBRUSTER J

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

ESCONDIDO CENTER

72593

T

6-8:50pm

IAVIA 106 COMMERCIAL PILOT GROUND SCHOOL (3.0 units) Prerequisite: Private Pilot Certificate or AVIA 105 with concurrent or prior flight training

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73375

M

6:30-9:20pm

NS-117

SCHMIDT D

IAVIA 120 AVIATION WEATHER

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72697

W

6:30-9:20pm

NS-117

LANGSTON P

IAVIA 145 GLASS COCKPITS/GPS NAVIGATION

LEC

(1.0 unit)

SITES

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AVIA 105 or Private Pilot Certificate

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72860

F

6-9:05pm NS-127 TREIBER J (Class Number 72860 meets 10/18-11/15)

LEC

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

Th

1-3:50pm

NS-326

STAFF

LAB

70056

T

1-3:50pm

NS-326

STAFF

LAB

70053

MW

11-12:20pm

NS-137

STAFF

LEC

70059

M

12:30-3:20pm

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

70055

W

12:30-3:20pm

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

73473

TTh

11-12:20pm

NS-137

STAFF

LEC

73474

T

8-10:50am

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

73475

Th

8-10:50am

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

70051

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

NS-137

STAFF

LEC

70062

T

2-4:50pm

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

70948

Th

2-4:50pm

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

73469

MW

12:30-1:50pm

NS-137

STAFF

LEC

73472

W

2-4:50pm

NS-326

STAFF

LAB

73471

M

2-4:50pm

NS-326

STAFF

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 70060 must first register in LEC Class Number 70052. Students registering in Class Number 70056 must first register in LEC Class Number 70052. Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70059 or 70055.

Students registering in Class Number 70059 must first register in LEC Class Number 70053. Students registering in Class Number 70055 must first register in LEC Class Number 70053. Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 73474 or 73475.

Students registering in Class Number 73474 must first register in LEC Class Number 73473. Students registering in Class Number 73475 must first register in LEC Class Number 73473. Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70062 or 70948.

Students registering in Class Number 70062 must first register in LEC Class Number 70051. Students registering in Class Number 70948 must first register in LEC Class Number 70051. Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 73472 or 73471.

Students registering in Class Number 73472 must first register in LEC Class Number 73469.

BACTERIOLOGY

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

70060

See Microbiology.

Students registering in Class Number 73471 must first register in LEC Class Number 73469.

BIOLOGY

Advisor: B. Pearson, phone ext. 2874, bpearson@palomar.edu See also Botany, Microbiology and Zoology. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73476

TTh

5-6:20pm

NS-137

STAFF

LEC

73478

T

6:30-9:20pm

NS-326

STAFF

LAB

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70057 or 70061.

73477

Th

6:30-9:20pm

NS-326

STAFF

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 70057 must first register in LEC Class Number 70050.

70063

M W

6:30-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

NS-225 NS-225

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

IBIOL 100 GENERAL BIOLOGY

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70050

MW

8-9:20am

NS-137

STAFF

LEC

70057

M

9:30-12:20pm

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

70061

W

9:30-12:20pm

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

71570

TTh

8-9:20am

NS-137

STAFF

LEC

Students registering in Class Number 70061 must first register in LEC Class Number 70050. Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 71572 or 71571.

NONCREDIT

71572

Th

9:30-12:20pm

NS-326

STAFF

LAB

71571

T

9:30-12:20pm

NS-326

STAFF

LAB

70049

TTh

9:30-10:50am

NS-137

PEARSON E

LEC

70058

T

11-1:50pm

NS-225

PEARSON E

LAB

70054

Th

11-1:50pm

NS-225

STAFF

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 71572 must first register in LEC Class Number 71570. Students registering in Class Number 71571 must first register in LEC Class Number 71570. Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70058 or 70054.

GENERAL INFO

Students registering in Class Number 70058 must first register in LEC Class Number 70049. Students registering in Class Number 70054 must first register in LEC Class Number 70049.

70052

TTh

11-12:20pm

NS-138

STAFF

LEC

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70060 or 70056.

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FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 73478 or 73477.

Students registering in Class Number 73478 must first register in LEC Class Number 73476. Students registering in Class Number 73477 must first register in LEC Class Number 73476. Students registering in LEC Class Number 70063 will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

ESCONDIDO/Day 70949

TTh

10:15-11:35am ESC-403

STAFF

LEC

70951

Th

11:45-2:35pm

ESC-401

STAFF

LAB

70950

T

11:45-2:35pm

ESC-401

STAFF

LAB

ESC-501 ESC-401

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70951 or 70950. Class Number 70949 meets at Palomar College Escondido Students registering in Class Number 70951 must first register in LEC Class Number 70949. Class Number 70951 meets at Palomar College Escondido Students registering in Class Number 70950 must first register in LEC Class Number 70949. Class Number 70950 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71573

T Th

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

Students registering in LEC Class Number 71573 will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Class Number 71573 meets at Palomar College Escondido


Learning for Success

70733

DE

INTERNET GILARDI J

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Saturday, August 24, from 9-10:20 a.m. in NS-137. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This class includes video lectures. Video series entitled: Biology: The Fabric of Life Closed Captioned.

73602

T

12:30-3:20pm

NS-138

STAFF

IBIOL 101L GENERAL BIOLOGY (LABORATORY)

LEC

T

6-8:50pm

NS-225

LEC

LAB

71271

MW

8-9:20am

NS-138

STAFF

LEC

70994

M

9:30-12:20pm

NS-217

STAFF

LAB

71193

W

9:30-12:20pm

NS-217

STAFF

LAB

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70994 or 71193.

Students registering in Class Number 70994 must first register in LEC Class Number 71271. Students registering in Class Number 71193 must first register in LEC Class Number 71271.

70065

TTh

9:30-10:50am

NS-138

VELAZQUEZ K

LEC

71306

Th

11-1:50pm

NS-217

VELAZQUEZ K

LAB

70066

T

11-1:50pm

NS-217

VELAZQUEZ K

LAB

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 71306 or 70066.

Students registering in Class Number 71306 must first register in LEC Class Number 70065. Students registering in Class Number 70066 must first register in LEC Class Number 70065.

SAN MARCOS/Evening M W

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

NS-217 NS-217

STAFF STAFF

Students registering in LEC Class Number 70067 will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

IBIOL 105 BIOLOGY WITH A HUMAN EMPHASIS

LEC LAB

6:30-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

NS-137 NS-225

GAARDE W GAARDE W

IBIOL 106 BIOLOGY/HUMAN EMPHASIS (LEC) T

6:30-9:20pm

NS-137

IBIOL 110 HUMAN GENETICS

LEC LAB

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73684

W

6-8:50pm

NS-137

MORRISSETTE D LEC

IBIOL 114 ECOSYSTEM BIOLOGY (LECTURE)

(3.0 units)

BREWER P

LEC

(1.0 unit)

M

11-1:50pm

NS-326

BREWER P

Cross listed as ZOO 135

LAB

(3.0 units)

71673

DE

INTERNET

LEC

BLANKENSHIP-WILLIAMS L

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Saturday, August 17, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. in NS-225. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This class includes video lectures. Video series entitled: Biology of Marine Mammals Closed Captioned.

IBIOL 185 SCIENCE OF HUMAN NUTRITION Cross listed as FCS 185

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71946

DE

INTERNET SCHULTZ J

LEC

11-12:20pm

FCS-1

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71944

TTh

WASEF S

IBIOL 200 FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGY I

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in CHEM 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70076 70803

MW MW TTh TTh

9:30-10:50am 11:30-2:20pm 9:30-10:50am 11:30-2:20pm

NS-235 NS-235 NS-235 NS-235

GILARDI J GILARDI J GILARDI J GILARDI J

LEC LAB LEC LAB

MW MW

5:30-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

NS-235 NS-235

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 200 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71094

TTh TTh

9:30-10:50am 11-1:50pm

NS-324 NS-324

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

NS-324 NS-324

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70734

TTh TTh

5-6:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

BOTANY IBOT 100 GENERAL BOTANY

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73691

NS-137

IBIOL 201 FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGY II

(3.0 units)

GAARDE W

9:30-10:50am

SAN MARCOS/Day

70079

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70071

MW

IBIOL 135 BIOLOGY OF MARINE MAMMALS

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T Th

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70069

(3.0 units)

Students wishing to enroll in a Marine Biology lecture AND lab should register in BIOLOGY 130.

70075

SAN MARCOS/Day

70067

LEC/LAB

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 131

(4.0 units)

Recommended preparation: MATH 50

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

(1.0 unit)

STAFF

LOC

IBIOL 131L MARINE BIOLOGY (LABORATORY)

SAN MARCOS/Evening IBIOL 102 MOLECULES AND CELLS

TIME

IBIOL 131 MARINE BIOLOGY (LECTURE)

70074

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 101 or 114

71280

DAY

DE

INTERNET STAFF

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Saturday, August 24, from 9-10:20 a.m. in NS-138. Upon completion of registration, students must download and carefully read the course syllabus found in Blackboard: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This class includes video lectures. Video series entitled: Circle of Life: The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Closed Captioned.

IBIOL 130 MARINE BIOLOGY

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70081

MW W

11-12:20pm 12:30-3:20pm

NS-138 NS-217

PEARSON E PEARSON E

IBOT 101 GENERAL BOTANY LECTURE

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70083

MW

11-12:20pm

NS-138

PEARSON E

IBOT 101L GENERAL BOTANY LABORATORY

LEC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in BOT 101

SAN MARCOS/Day 70980

W

12:30-3:20pm

NS-217

PEARSON E

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day 70072

MW M

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IBIOL 101 GENERAL BIOLOGY (LECTURE)

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

9:30-10:50am 11-1:50pm

NS-137 NS-326

BREWER P BREWER P

NONCREDIT

DAY

LEC LAB

www.palomar.edu

23

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

Advisors: A. Armistead, C. Bruton, M. Cassoni, A. Corpora, J. Dolan, M. Gilkey, J.Glassman, J. Martin and G. Noble. Phone 760 744-1150, ext. 2488 For information, contact the Business Administration Department, 760 7441150, ext. 2488 or go to www.palomar.edu/business Business Administration courses are listed under the subheadings of Accounting, Business, Business Management, Insurance, International Business, Legal Studies, Office Information Systems, and Real Estate.

CREDIT CLASSES

BUSINESS

Advisors: A. Armistead, M. Cassoni. Phone 760 744-1150, ext. 2488 or www. palomar.edu/business

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71995

DE

INTERNET JOHNSON-FOSTER J LEC

ESCONDIDO CENTER

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72294

MW TTh TTh MW MW

SITES

W T

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

CPPEN-M MINKLER M INTERNET

LEC LEC

(3.0 units) LEC

NONCREDIT

MD-329

GILKEY M

LEC

6:30-9:20pm

MD-322

SUCCI C

LEC

72967 73391

W M

LEC LEC LEC

6:30-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

MD-331 MD-321

PLATE T STAFF

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

72375

DE

INTERNET CASSONI M

LEC

72624

DE

INTERNET CASSONI M

LEC

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am

MD-329 MD-322

LEC LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 4-5:30 p.m. in MD-332. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 2:30-4:00 p.m. in MD-332. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72003

MW TTh TTh

HAHN L HIGLEY JR. W

6:30-9:20pm MD-334 SUCCI J (Class Number 72003 meets 8/20-10/15)

IBUS 136 PERSONAL FINANCE

LEC

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as FCS 136

SAN MARCOS/Day 70781

MW

12:30-1:50pm

MD-332

IBUS 150 ADVERTISING

GLASSMAN J

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72004

TTh

11-12:20pm

MD-332

CASSONI M

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72005

MW

11-12:20pm

MD-332

CASSONI M

LEC

MD-332

ARMISTEAD A

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72376

Th

6:30-9:20pm

IBUS 157 E-COMMERCE

Recommended preparation: BUS 190

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72385

DE

INTERNET CONNELLY G

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

(1.0 unit)

6:30-9:20pm

CPPEN-M

HAAG C

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Day 72222

DE DE

INTERNET PRIGMORE E INTERNET PRIGMORE E

GENERAL INFO

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

(Class Number 73295 meets 10/17-12/12) 72221

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Class Number 73295 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside

24

MARINO R

SAN MARCOS/Evening

IBUS 165 KEYBOARDING

SITES/Evening TTh

MD-203

IBUS 155 MARKETING

INTERNET HUMPHREY T

9:30-10:50am

LEC LEC

9:30-10:50am MD-332 CORPORA A 11-12:20pm MD-329 CORPORA A 1-2:50pm MD-322 CORPORA A (Class Number 73394 meets 9/16-12/9)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73295

TTh MW MW

LEC LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 5-6:20 p.m. in MD-334. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

M

72430 72000 73394

ESC-502 WOODS A INTERNET

DE

CORPORA A CORPORA A

SAN MARCOS/Day

72001 72002

SAN MARCOS/Day

71996

6:30-9:20pm

LEC

(Class Number 73287 meets 8/20-10/15)

TTh

W

OWENS R

IBUS 110 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

MD-322 MD-329

IBUS 117 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

MD-322

24 hours of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. Class Number 73287 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside

71997

72952

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

6:30-9:20pm DE

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

LUPICA M ARMISTEAD A ARMISTEAD A HAHN L LUPICA M

SITES/Evening

71998

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

MD-322 MD-322 MD-323 MD-329 MD-323

(Class Number 72132 meets 8/20-12/10) T

MW TTh

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

22 hours of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. Class Number 72132 will meet on Aug. 20, 27; Sep. 10, 24; Oct. 8, 22; Nov. 5, 19. Class Number 72132 will also meet for the final on Tuesday, December 10, from 5:45-7:35 p.m. Students on the wait list or interested in this class, please email the instructor directly at awoods@palomar.edu Class Number 72132 meets at Palomar College - Escondido

73287

72125 72324

LEC

6-8:50pm DE

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

ESCONDIDO/Evening 72132

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

INTERNET CUTCHENS V

6:30-9:20pm

LOC

IBUS 125 BUSINESS ENGLISH

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72133

TIME

DE

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71994 72116 71992 71993 71991

DAY

IBUS 115 BUSINESS LAW

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

IBUS 100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

CLASS#

M M W

LEC LAB

(Class Number 72222 meets 10/17-12/16) 11-11:50am MD-334 MARTIN-KLEMENT L LEC MARTIN-KLEMENT L LAB 12-12:50pm MD-334 11-12:50pm MD-334 LAB (Class Number 72221 meets 8/19-10/14)


Learning for Success

INTERNET MARCH N INTERNET MARCH N

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard 72174

M M W

LEC LAB

(Class Number 72175 meets 8/19-10/15) 11-11:50am MD-334 MARTIN-KLEMENT L LEC MARTIN-KLEMENT L LAB 12-12:50pm MD-334 11-12:50pm MD-334 LAB (Class Number 72174 meets 10/21-12/16)

IBUS 173 CONTEMPORARY JOB SEARCH TECH

(1.0 unit)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

DE DE

72178

T T Th

(1.0 unit)

Recommended preparation: BUS 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use Excel 2010. INTERNET AMOR L INTERNET AMOR L

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard 72177

M M W

(Class Number 72231 meets 8/19-9/22) 1-1:50pm MD-334 AMOR L 2-2:50pm MD-334 AMOR L 1-2:50pm MD-334 (Class Number 72177 meets 8/19-10/14)

IBUS 176 EXCEL INTERMEDIATE

LEC LAB

(1.0 unit)

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC LAB

(1.0 unit)

INTERNET AMOR L INTERNET AMOR L

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard (Class Number 72552 meets 11/4-12/14)

(Class Number 72810 meets 8/19-10/15) 1-1:50pm MD-334 STAFF 2-2:50pm MD-334 STAFF 1-2:50pm MD-334 (Class Number 72179 meets 10/21-12/16)

LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

72882

DE DE

INTERNET BARNES S INTERNET BARNES S

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC LAB

(1.0 unit)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use Dragon Naturally Speaking

SAN MARCOS/Day 72874

DE DE

INTERNET MARCH N INTERNET MARCH N

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC LAB

(Class Number 72874 meets 10/17-12/16)

IBUS 189 BEYOND OUTLOOK ESSENTIALS

(1.0 unit)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day DE DE

M M W

LEC LAB

(Class Number 72882 meets 10/17-12/16)

Recommended preparation: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in BUS 176 or Equivalent Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use Excel 2010.

72552

(1.0 unit)

INTERNET PRIGMORE E INTERNET PRIGMORE E

IBUS 188 VOICE RECOGNITION

(Class Number 72400 meets 9/23-11/3)

IBUS 177 EXCEL ADVANCED

LEC LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day LEC LAB LAB

INTERNET AMOR L INTERNET AMOR L

LEC LAB

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use Project 2010.

SAN MARCOS/Day DE DE

DE DE

IBUS 187 PROJECT FOR BUSINESS

Recommended preparation: BUS 175 or Equivalent Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use Excel 2010.

72400

(Class Number 72366 meets 10/17-12/16) 1-1:50pm MD-334 ANSPACH K 2-2:50pm MD-334 ANSPACH K 1-2:50pm MD-334 (Class Number 72178 meets 8/20-10/15)

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard 72179

SAN MARCOS/Day

INTERNET PRIGMORE E INTERNET PRIGMORE E

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use PowerPoint 2010.

72810

6-6:50pm MD-321 MARTIN-KLEMENT L LEC MARTIN-KLEMENT L LAB 7-9:50pm MD-321 (Class Number 73695 meets 10/23-12/11)

DE DE

(1.0 unit)

IBUS 185 POWERPOINT FOR BUSINESS

SAN MARCOS/Day

72231

LEC/LAB

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

73695

IBUS 175 EXCEL BASIC

INSTRUCTOR

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use Access 2010.

SAN MARCOS/Evening W W

LOC

IBUS 180 ACCESS BASIC

72366 DE DE

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 72175

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(1.0 unit)

Recommended preparation: A keyboarding speed of 20 net words a minute Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Students will use Word 2010.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IBUS 170 WORD FOR BUSINESS - BASIC

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

LEC LAB

73325

T T Th

1-1:50pm MD-334 MARCH N 2-2:50pm MD-334 MARCH N 1-2:50pm MD-334 (Class Number 73325 meets 10/17-12/12)

IBUS 190 INTERNET FOR BUSINESS

LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

NONCREDIT

DAY

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72878

DE DE

INTERNET AMOR L INTERNET AMOR L

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC LAB

(Class Number 72878 meets 8/19-10/15)

www.palomar.edu

25

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IBUS 205 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in BUS 125 and ENG 100 or eligibility determined through the Business English placement process For more information, call 760 744-1150, ext. 2488

SAN MARCOS/Day 72431

DE

INTERNET

JOHNSON-FOSTER J

CREDIT CLASSES

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 5-6:20 p.m. in MD-332. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72551

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

MD-332

STAFF

CLASS#

TTh

73634

M

72015

72017

72423

ESCONDIDO CENTER

BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL See International Business

72018

Advisor: M. Cassoni, phone ext. 2488, www. palomar.edu/business See also Cooperative Education if employed. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72546

DE

INTERNET CUSHING B

SITES

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72432 72549

TTh W

11-12:20pm 4-5:50pm DE

MD-322 ARMISTEAD A MD-329 CUSHING B INTERNET

LEC

LEC LEC LEC

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

6:30-9:20pm

MD-329

CAMPBELL R

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72295

DE

INTERNET SCHULTZE E

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71989 71990

TTh T

8-9:20am 4-5:50pm DE

MD-323 SCHULTZE E MD-323 HIGLEY JR. W INTERNET

LEC

NONCREDIT

6:30-9:20pm

MD-321

PAYAN C

IBMGT 130 MANAGEMENT/LEADERSHIP ISSUES

LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units) LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72384

M

6:30-9:20pm

MD-331

LUPICA M

GENERAL INFO

CABINET & FURNITURE TECHNOLOGY

LEC

Advisor: J. Stone, phone ext. 2472, jstone@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115

DERSHEM II P DERSHEM II P

WEASE J THOMSEN D THOMSEN D THOMSEN D THOMSEN D

LEC LEC LAB LAB LEC LEC LAB LAB LEC LEC LAB LAB LEC LEC LAB LAB

MW MW MW TTh TTh TTh

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm 6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

(4.0 units)

F F F F

8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm

T-115 ITC-115 T-115 T-115

STONE J

T-116 T-116 T-116

STONE J STONE J

LEC LEC LAB LAB

STONE J

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73458

TTh TTh TTh

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73061

M

6-8:50pm

T-125

MATHEWS B

ICFT 110 MACHINE TOOL JOINERY I

LEC

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T T T

8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm

T-116 T-116 T-116 T-116

COX W

LEC LEC LAB LAB

COX W

ICFT 111 MACHINE TOOL JOINERY II

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73508

T T T T

8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm

T-116 T-116 T-116 T-116

COX W

LEC LEC LAB LAB

COX W

ICFT 118 FURNITURE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72961

T

12:30-1:20pm

T-125

T

1:30-4:20pm

T-125

DOTSON S ANDERSON J DOTSON S ANDERSON J

ICFT 122 CABINETMAKING CONSTRUCTION LAB Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100

LEC LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72633

26

DERSHEM II P MINASIAN K DERSHEM II P MINASIAN K WEASE J

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening Th

T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 T-115 ITC-115

ICFT 105 MACHINE WOODWORKING/FURNITURE

72120

(Class Number 71990 meets 9/10-11/26)

72545

8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm 8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm 8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm 8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm

SAN MARCOS/Day

24 hours of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

IBMGT 115 ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY/DESIGN

M M M M T T T T W W W W Th Th Th Th

ICFT 108 BUSINESS WOODWORKING

SAN MARCOS/Evening Th

72147

72311

(Class Number 72549 meets 9/18-12/4)

IBMGT 105 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

24 hours of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

71988

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

IBMGT 101 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

72016

6:30-9:20pm MD-334 SUCCI J LEC (Class Number 72006 meets 10/17-12/12) 6:30-9:20pm MD-334 MARTIN-KLEMENT L LEC

LOC

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72006

TIME

ICFT 100 FUNDAMENTALS OF WOODWORKING

LEC

LEC

DAY

W

8-11:25am T-120 RUCH JR. M (Class Number 72633 meets 9/18-12/11)

LAB


Learning for Success

(1.0 unit)

72631

F

8-10:50am

T-116

BEAUDRY G

ICFT 128 STRINGED INSTRUMENTS LAB

LAB

(1.5 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73457

Th

5-9:20pm

T-120

SCOTT J

ICFT 132 UKULELE MAKING

LAB

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. W W W W

8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm

T-116 T-116 T-116 T-116

MINASIAN K MINASIAN K

ICFT 133 GUITAR SET-UP AND REPAIR

LEC LEC LAB LAB

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-120 T-120 T-120

SCOTT J SCOTT J

ICFT 135 ACOUSTIC GUITAR MAKING I

LEC LAB LAB

TTh TTh

12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

T-120 T-120

STONE J STONE J

ICFT 136 ACOUSTIC GUITAR MAKING II

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 135 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73516

TTh TTh

12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

T-120 T-120

STONE J STONE J

ICFT 143 DECORATIVE BOX MAKING

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Th Th

T-116 T-116

JACOBSON JR R JACOBSON JR R

ICFT 148 MARQUETRY, INLAY AND VENEERING

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100 and 151 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T

T-120 T-120

JACOBSON JR R JACOBSON JR R

ICFT 149 HAND JOINERY I

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T T

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-125 T-125 T-125

ANDERSON J ANDERSON J

ICFT 151 VENEERING TECHNOLOGY I

LEC LAB LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Th Th

8-8:50am 9-11:50am

T-120 T-120

WEASE J WEASE J

ICFT 157 CHAIR/SEATING PROTOTYPE CONST

M M

12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

T-116 T-116

BEAUDRY G BEAUDRY G

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73095

F F F F

8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm

T-120 T-120 T-120 T-120

MATHEWS B MATHEWS B

LEC LEC LAB LAB

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73514

F F F F

8-8:50am 12:30-1:20pm 9-11:50am 1:30-4:20pm

T-120 T-120 T-120 T-120

MATHEWS B MATHEWS B

LEC LEC LAB LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73506

W W W

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-125 T-125 T-125

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

ICFT 176 THE LATHE-INTRO TO WOODTURNING

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day M M F F

8-8:50am 9-11:50am 12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

T-116 T-116 T-116 T-116

HAINES K HAINES K HAINES K HAINES K

ICFT 177 LATHE II - INTER TURNING

LEC LAB LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 176 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. F F F

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-116 T-116 T-116

HAINES K HAINES K

ICFT 178 LATHE III - ADVANCED TURNING

LEC LAB LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 177 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73512

F F F

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-116 T-116 T-116

HAINES K HAINES K

ICFT 180 WOOD BENDING AND LAMINATION

LEC LAB LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 73054

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72158

LEC LAB LAB

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73510 8-8:50am 9-11:50am

BEAUDRY G BEAUDRY G

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 72739

72632

73504 8-8:50am 9-11:50am

T-116 T-116 T-116

SAN MARCOS/Day

72741

SAN MARCOS/Day 72422

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

ICFT 169 CABMKG/COMPUTER CABINET LAYOUT

SAN MARCOS/Day

LEC/LAB

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73062

M M M

ICFT 167 CUSTOM RESIDENTIAL CABNTRY II

SAN MARCOS/Evening T T T

INSTRUCTOR

ICFT 161 TABLES/PROTOTYPE CONSTRUCTION

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73455

LOC

ICFT 165 CUSTOM RESIDENTIAL CABINETRY I

SAN MARCOS/Day 72963

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 73480

DAY

GENERAL INFO

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

ICFT 124 CHAIR & TABLE CONSTRUCTION LAB

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

72362

M M M

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-120 T-120 T-120

STIVERS P STIVERS P

LEC LAB LAB

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

www.palomar.edu

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PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

ICFT 187 INTRODUCTION TO CARVING

LEC/LAB

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72421

F F F

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-120 T-120 T-120

YENDES D YENDES D

ICFT 188 INTERMEDIATE CARVING

LEC LAB LAB

(2.0 units)

CREDIT CLASSES

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 187 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73518

F F F

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-120 T-120 T-120

YENDES D YENDES D

ICFT 195 FINISHING TECH/TOUCH-UP/REPAIR

LEC LAB LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

ESCONDIDO CENTER

SAN MARCOS/Day 72161 72730

M M M M

8-8:50am 9-11:50am 12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

T-120 T-120 T-120 T-120

MORTON M MORTON M MORTON M MORTON M

ICFT 198 ADVANCED WOOD FINISHING

LEC LAB LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 195 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73605

W W W

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-120 T-120 T-120

SITES

CHEMISTRY

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

ICHEM 10 CHEMISTRY CALCULATIONS

MORTON M MORTON M

LEC LAB LAB

In order to assure your enrollment in any of the Chemistry laboratory classes, or if you wish to attempt to enroll in a closed Chemistry laboratory class, be certain to attend the first scheduled meeting of your laboratory class. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70084

S

9-12:50pm NS-258 BIRMELIN M (Class Number 70084 meets 8/31-9/21)

ICHEM 100 FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY Prerequisite: One year of high school algebra Proof of prerequisite required at first class meeting. Register in one LEC and one LAB Select any LEC/LAB combination Enter the LEC class number first during registration.

LEC

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73640 70086 70085

TTh MW TTh

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

NONCREDIT

NS-140 NS-140 NS-139

ALEXANDER L LEC ZICCARDI R LEC ASSADERAGHI F LEC

6-8:50pm

NS-140

BIRMELIN M

LEC

8-10:50am 8-10:50am 11-1:50pm 11-1:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

NS-347 NS-347 NS-347 NS-347 NS-347 NS-347

ASSADERAGHI F ASSADERAGHI F CHANG A ALEXANDER L ABBAS R HARRIS M

LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB

NS-347 NS-347

BIRMELIN M ZICCARDI R

LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70091

W

SAN MARCOS/Day

ICFT 185 MACHINE TOOL SET-UP/MAINTNANCE

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CFT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

GENERAL INFO 28

W W W

6-6:50pm 5-5:50pm 7-8:50pm

T-116 T-116 T-116

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

BRENNEN W BRENNEN W

LEC LAB LAB

Th T M Th W T

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70089 70092

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73582

70088 70090 73638 71640 70087 73643

Th T

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm


Learning for Success

(5.0 units)

MW MW

3-4:20pm 8-10:50am

NS-139 NS-347

HEINZ B HEINZ B

LEC LAB

NS-347

HEINZ B

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71195

MW

5-7:50pm

ICHEM 105 FUNDAMENTALS/ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (4.0 units) Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHEM 100, or CHEM 110 and 110L Proof of prerequisite required at first class meeting. Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70093

T Th

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

NS-140 NS-333

HEINZ B HEINZ B

ICHEM 110 GENERAL CHEMISTRY

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: CHEM 110L Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHEM 100 or high school chemistry with laboratory, and two years of high school algebra or MATH 60 Proof of prerequisite required at first class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70097 70096 70095 71269

MW MW TTh MW

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm

NS-140 NS-139 NS-140 NS-139

POTUZNIK S ZABZDYR J JULIEN J ABBAS S

LEC LEC LEC LEC

NS-139

GILLEY C

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70098

TTh

5:30-6:50pm

ICHEM 110L GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in CHEM 110 Proof of prerequisite required at first class meeting. MW TTh MW TTh MW MW TTh

8-10:50am 8-10:50am 8-10:50am 9-11:50am 11-1:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

NS-340 NS-340 NS-338 NS-338 NS-338 NS-340 NS-338

ABBAS S JULIEN J STAFF ZABZDYR J ZABZDYR J CHANG A GILLEY C

LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB

NS-340 NS-338

RITTER M COTTAM H

LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73639 70103

MW MW

5:30-8:20pm 6-8:50pm

ICHEM 115 GENERAL CHEMISTRY

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHEM 110 and 110L Recommended preparation: Concurrent enrollment in CHEM 115L Proof of prerequisite required at first class meeting.

(3.0 units)

TTh

9:30-10:50am

NS-140

GEETHA N

ICHEM 115L GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

LEC

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHEM 110 and 110L; a minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in CHEM 115 Proof of prerequisite required at first class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70701 70833

MW TTh

9-11:50am 11-1:50pm

NS-336 NS-336

ICHEM 220 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

GEETHA N GEETHA N

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHEM 115 and 115L Proof of prerequisite required at first class meeting.

LAB LAB

(5.0 units)

TTh

9:30-10:50am

NS-139

LEC/LAB

ELLIOTT G

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70119 70120

TTh TTh

9:30-10:50am 12:30-1:50pm

MD-328 NS-139

GUERRA R JACOBO JR R

LEC LEC

MD-319 MD-328

PUCHI F PUCHI F

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71655 71321

M T

6:30-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

ICS 101 CHICANO IN THE UNITED STATES

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70122

DE

INTERNET JACOBO JR R

LEC

71041

DE

INTERNET

LEC

71665

DE

INTERNET JACOBO JR R

LEC

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

HS-208 MD-104

VALDEZ J JACOBO JR R

LEC LEC

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

MD-131 MD-328

PUCHI F JACOBO JR R

LEC LEC

8:45-10:05am

ESC-303

JACOBO JR R

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 7-8:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard LOPEZ ARAMBURO M

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 26, from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 7-8:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard TTh MW

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71309 71320

Th M

ESCONDIDO/Day 70121

TTh

Class Number 70121 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70124

M

6-8:50pm

ESC-302

CHAVEZ V

LEC

Class Number 70124 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ICS 102 CHICANO/AMERICAN POLITICAL SYS

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET HARO JR S

LEC

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm

MD-328 MD-328 MD-104 MD-104

VALDEZ J VALDEZ J PUCHI F VALDEZ J

LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-328

PUCHI F

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 7-8:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71177 70125 71310 71304

MW MW TTh TTh

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70680

W

6-8:50pm

ICS 105 CHICANO LITERATURE

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71324

SAN MARCOS/Day 70105

INSTRUCTOR

ICS 100 INTRO TO CHICANO STUDIES

71042

SAN MARCOS/Day 70104

LOC

CHICANO STUDIES

71305 70123

SAN MARCOS/Day 71268 70099 70700 70102 70100 70729 70101

TIME

Advisor: J Valdez, phone ext. 2219, jvaldez@palomar.edu See Multicultural Studies.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71194 71732

DAY

LEC

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70106 or 70107.

70106

MW

11-1:50pm

NS-333

POTUZNIK S

LAB

70107

TTh

11-1:50pm

NS-333

ELLIOTT G

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 70106 must first register in LEC Class Number 70105.

GENERAL INFO

Register in one LEC and one LAB. Enter the LEC class number first during registration.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

ICHEM 104 GENERAL ORGANIC/BIOCHEMISTRY

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

MW

2-3:20pm

MD-328

ICS 155 ANCIENT CIV OF MESO-AMERICA Cross listed as ANTH 155

VALDEZ J

LEC

NONCREDIT

DAY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70020

TTh

11-12:20pm

MD-328

GUERRA R

LEC

Students registering in Class Number 70107 must first register in LEC Class Number 70105.

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GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO CREDIT CLASSES

Advisor: D. Studinka, ext. 2208, dstudinka@palomar.edu All students enrolled in Child Development classes must abide by and agree to the Palomar College CHDV Department Statement of Commitment and Confidentiality (SOCC) for all assignments and coursework. The SOCC will be provided via the enrollment process or during the first week of classes in all CHDV courses. Students observing or visiting the Palomar College Child Development Centers must wear their Palomar College Student Activity Card (student photo ID). Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

ICHDV 99 PREP FOR CHILD DEV MAJORS

(0.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day S

8-11:50am

MD-105

FERERRO J STUDINKA D

LEC

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Class Number 73626 will only meet on Oct. 26; Nov. 16. Students enrolled in this class must have a Palomar College Student Activity Card. (Class Number 73626 meets 10/26-11/16)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73627

T

5-5:50pm

NA-3

FERERRO J STUDINKA D

LEC

Students enrolled in this class must have a Palomar College Student Activity Card. (Class Number 73627 meets 8/20-10/15)

ICHDV 100 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

SITES

DE

(3.0 units)

INTERNET MICSINAI K

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 29, from 6-8:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72023

DE

INTERNET MICSINAI K

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 29, from 6-8:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72386

DE

INTERNET MICSINAI K

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 29, from 6-8:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72387

NONCREDIT

TTh MW MW MW TTh MW MW W TTh

LEC

LEC

ANDERSON L JACOBS M SASSE R EVERETT B BAILEY A

ESC-202

LEE A

LEC

SPRINGER-HAMMONS B SPRINGER-HAMMONS B

SASSE R SPRINGER-HAMMONS B

ESCONDIDO/Day 11:45-1:05pm

Class Number 73692 meets at Palomar College Escondido ESC-202

BAILEY A

LEC

Class Number 72019 meets at Palomar College Escondido

GENERAL INFO

ESCONDIDO/Evening 72160

M

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-202

JACOBS M

LEC

Class Number 72160 meets at Palomar College Escondido

30

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

TTh

11-12:20pm

NA-3

ANDERSON L

LEC

ICHDV 103 INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOPMENT (3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72816

MW

11-12:20pm

NA-3

FERERRO J

LEC

MD-105

HANLEY A

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72138

M

6:30-9:20pm

ICHDV 104 GUIDANCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72619

T

12:30-3:20pm

MD-105

FERERRO J

LEC

ESC-202

BREEDING K

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 73020

W

6:30-9:20pm

Class Number 73020 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ICHDV 105 OBSERVATION AND ASSESSMENT Corequisite: CHDV 105A, CHDV 105B or CHDV 105C Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHDV 100 Recommended preparation: ENG 50

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72738

W

6:30-9:20pm

MD-105

STUDINKA D

ICHDV 105A OBSERVATION LAB: PRESCHOOL

LEC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in CHDV 105

72737

TBA

MD-105

STUDINKA D

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must have a Palomar College Student Activity Card. TB test required for this class. For information about this requirement contact the instructor.

SAN MARCOS/Day TBA

MD-105

STUDINKA D

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must have a Palomar College Student Activity Card. TB test required for this class. For information about this requirement contact the instructor.

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

TTh

72559

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in CHDV 105

MD-105 MD-105 MD-105 NA-3 NA-3 MD-105 MD-105 MD-105 MD-105

72019

(3.0 units)

ICHDV 105C OBSERVATN LAB:EARLY INCLUSION

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 2-3:20pm 3:30-6:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 8:45-10:05am

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

72735

LEC

MW

INSTRUCTOR

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in CHDV 105

LEC

INTERNET WILSON G

73692

LOC

ICHDV 105B OBSERVATION LAB:INFANT/TODDLER (1.0 unit)

DE

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5-6:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72022 72025 72020 72021 72024 73102 72818 72442 73693

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 72151

DAY

ICHDV 101 PRINCIPLES & PRACTICES

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

73626

CLASS#

72736

TBA

MD-105

STUDINKA D

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must have a Palomar College Student Activity Card. TB test required for this class. For information about this requirement contact the instructor.

ICHDV 108 APPROPRIATE PRACTICES

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73566

S S

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

NA-3 NA-3

LUETTRINGHAUS S

Class Number 73566 will NOT meet on Saturday, September 14.

LEC LEC

(Class Number 73566 meets 9/7-9/21)

ICHDV 110 INTRO TO SPECIAL EDUCATION

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72152

TTh

11-12:20pm

MD-105

FERERRO J

LEC

ESC-202

BREEDING K

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 73567

Th

6:30-9:20pm

Class Number 73567 meets at Palomar College Escondido


Learning for Success

72388

DE

INTERNET ANDERSON L

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 14, from 5-8:00 p.m. in MD-105. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72435

TTh MW M

9:30-10:50am 12:30-1:50pm 3:30-6:20pm

MD-105 MD-105 MD-105

LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72370

DE

INTERNET STUDINKA D

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 6:30-9:20 p.m. in MD-105. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

TTh

10:15-11:35am ESC-202

LEE A

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72026

TTh

2-3:20pm

NA-3

SASSE R

ICHDV 130 MATH/SCIENCE EARLY CHILDHOOD

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72335

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

NA-3

SASSE R

LEC

NA-3

EVERETT B

LEC

Th

6:30-9:20pm

ICHDV 135 MUSIC/CREATIVE MOVEMENT

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72139

MW

12:30-1:50pm

NA-3

GALLOZZI F

ICHDV 140 CHILDREN’S LIT/LANG DEVELOPMNT

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72621

Th

12:30-3:20pm

MD-105

FERERRO J

ICHDV 142 USING SIGN IN EARLY CHILDHOOD

LEC

(0.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72438

S S

8-11:50am MD-105 FERERRO J 1-4:50pm MD-105 (Class Number 72438 meets 9/14-9/14)

ICHDV 144 EFFECTS OF MEDIA ON CHILDREN Cross listed as COMM 144

LEC LEC

(0.5 units)

S S

8-11:50am MD-105 FERERRO J 1-4:50pm MD-105 (Class Number 71164 meets 10/5-10/5)

ICHDV 145 UNDERSTANDING CHILD ABUSE

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72436

DE

INTERNET BARRETT R

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 8-9:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

T

6:30-9:20pm

MD-105

GALLOZZI F

73628

LEC

(1.5 units)

DE

INTERNET STUDINKA D

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 13, from 6:30-9:20 p.m. in MD-105. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard (Class Number 73628 meets 8/19-10/15)

ICHDV 152B ENV RATING SCALE: INFANT/TODD

(1.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73629

DE

INTERNET STUDINKA D

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 13, from 6:30-9:20 p.m. in MD-105. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

(1.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73630

DE

INTERNET STUDINKA D

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 13, from 6:30-9:20 p.m. in MD-105. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard (Class Number 73630 meets 8/19-10/15)

ICHDV 152D ENV RATING SCALE: SCHOOL-AGE

(1.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET STUDINKA D

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 13, from 6:30-9:20 p.m. in MD-105. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard (Class Number 73631 meets 8/19-10/15)

ICHDV 172 TEACHING IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72439

TTh

5-6:20pm

MD-105

ANDERSON L

ICHDV 174 POLICY,POLITICS,ETHICS IN CHDV

LEC

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72560

S S

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

MD-105 MD-105

BREEDING K

Class Number 72560 will NOT meet on Saturday, October 26.

MD-105

EVERETT B

ICHDV 180 SCHOOL-AGE DEVELOPMENT

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72731

DE

INTERNET LESO C

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 13, from 5-6:30 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

ICHDV 185 INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHDV 105 Recommended preparation: A minimum of 12 Child Development units

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72027

6:30-9:20pm

(Class Number 72560 meets 10/19-11/2)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71164

Th

73631

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73694

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

ICHDV 152C ENV RATING SCALE: FAMILY CARE

Class Number 72620 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ICHDV 125 ART IN EARLY CHILDHOOD

Recommended preparation: CHDV 100, 110, 115, 120, 145, 185

LEC/LAB

(Class Number 73629 meets 8/19-10/15)

ESCONDIDO/Day 72620

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day LEC

ICHDV 120 HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION

LOC

ICHDV 152A ENV RATING SCALE: EARLY CHILD

INTERNET WILSON G

WILSON G SASSE R ANDERSON L

TIME

ICHDV 150 MGMT ECE DIRECTORS

72028

DE

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72817 72126 72734

LEC

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

ICHDV 115 CHILD, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

LEC

72029

MW

5-6:20pm

NA-3

STUDINKA D

LEC

Students enrolled in this class must have a Palomar College Student Activity Card.

www.palomar.edu

31

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

ICHDV 195 ADLT SUPRVSN/MENTR TEACHR PREP Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHDV 100, 105 and 115

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

T

6:30-9:20pm

NA-3

SASSE R

ICHDV 201 PRACTICUM IN ECE

LEC

(4.0 units)

CREDIT CLASSES

Prerequisite: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in CHDV 101, 115, 185. For students seeking a supervised field experience course for Master Teacher or Site Supervisor permit issued by the State of California Commission on Teacher Credentialing under option 2, a Bachelor’s degree in any field and CHDV 100, 115, and 6 units of CHDV course work. Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73569

M

6:30-9:20pm TBA

NA-3 NA-3

STUDINKA D STUDINKA D

LEC LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Students must provide negative TB test within the last year. For information about this requirement contact the instructor. Students enrolled in this class must have a Palomar College Student Activity Card.

CHINESE

SITES

LAB classes at San Marcos Campus: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 hours in the World Languages Department lab (room F-1) during lab hours. Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Closed Weekends and Holidays Lab hours subject to change. LAB classes at Education Centers: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 lab hours with instructor at first class meeting. For more information, call the World Languages Lab, 760 744-1150, ext. 2564.

ICHIN 101 CHINESE I

(5.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

70108

TTh

11-1:20pm TBA

F-7 F-1

LIN C LIN C

LEC LAB

MD-317 F-1

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71228 MW 6-8:20pm TBA

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

ICHIN 102 CHINESE II

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CHIN 101 or two years of high school Chinese Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. TTh

1:30-3:50pm TBA

F-2 F-1

LIN C LIN C

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

MW

10:15-1:05pm

ESC-504

LEC/LAB

CESMAT B

LEC LAB

(Class Number 70722 meets 10/21-12/16) 70112

TTh

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-S

KRISTELL B

NONCREDIT

70110

TTh

8-9:20am

P-32

STAFF

LEC

70111

MW

9:30-10:50am

P-32

STAFF

LEC

70807

F

12-2:50pm

P-32

MCCARTHY L

LEC

70937

Th

1-3:50pm

P-32

CECERE R

LEC

CINE 100 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. CINE 100 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

GENERAL INFO

CINE 100 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

(Class Number 70112 meets 10/17-12/12)

ICINE 102 HISTORY OF FILM TO 1945

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70847

M

1-3:50pm

P-32

CHAFFIN-QUIRAY G

CINE 102 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

ICINE 103 HISTORY OF FILM 1945 - PRESENT

6-8:50pm

P-32

MCCARTHY L

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70848

DE

INTERNET CECERE R

LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, August 23, from 12-2:00 p.m. in Q-4. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard Online exams will be held on-campus on: Friday, October 18, from 12-2:00 p.m. and December 13, from 12-2:00 p.m. in Q-4.

ICINE 105 FILM SUBJECTS

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70849

T

1-3:50pm

P-32

MCCARTHY L

Film subject: Bollywood: The History of Indian Filmmaking CINE 105 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

ICINE 115 CREATIVE WRITING FOR TV/CINEMA Cross listed as DBA 115

LEC

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO/Day 72371

W

1:15-4:05pm

ESC-504

CESMAT B

LEC

CINE 115 has a material fee of $2 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Class Number 72371 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ICINE 120 FILM CRITICISM W

12:30-3:20pm

(3.0 units) P-32

CECERE R

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day F

9-11:50am

P-32

CHAFFIN-QUIRAY G

ICINE 125 BEG FILM/VIDEO FIELD PRODUCTN

LEC

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as DBA 125 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72367

Th Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm

Q-2 Q-2

SHAW S SHAW S

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. CINE 125 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

ICINE 170 INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO EDITING

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73038

M M W

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

Will be using Final Cut software. FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC

Cross listed as DBA 170 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening CINE 100 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

LEC

CINE 100 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Class Number 70112 meets at Camp Pendleton South

71270

(3.0 units)

CINE 100 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

LEC

SITES/Evening

ICINE 122 IDENTITY IN AMERICAN FILM

SAN MARCOS/Day

32

INSTRUCTOR

CINE 122 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

ICINE 100 ART OF THE CINEMA

T

LOC

CINE 100 has a material fee of $1 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Class Number 70722 meets at Palomar College Escondido

71955

CINEMA

70113

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 73308

DAY

ESCONDIDO/Day 70722

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72153

CLASS#

MD-119 MD-119 MD-119

FAAS L FAAS L

LEC LAB LAB


Learning for Success

SAN MARCOS/Day 73403

W W

4-5:20pm 5:30-6:50pm

P-32 P-32

CECERE R CECERE R

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. See Cinema, Journalism, Photography, Radio and Television for additional listings.

ICOMM 100 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day INTERNET NELSON W

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 4-4:50 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard DE

INTERNET NELSON W

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 5-5:50 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71102 71150

MW TTh

11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm

MD-234 MD-235

NELSON W STAFF

ICOMM 104 INTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONS

(3.0 units)

TTh

MD-231

STAFF

ICOMM 105 RACE, GENDER AND MEDIA EFFECTS

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71242

DE

INTERNET NELSON W

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 6-6:50 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71207

MW

9:30-10:50am

MD-235

STAFF

ICOMM 144 EFFECTS OF MEDIA ON CHILDREN Cross listed as CHDV 144

LEC

LEC

(0.5 units)

S S

LEC LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

DE DE

INTERNET PISTONE W INTERNET PISTONE W

LEC LAB

DE DE

INTERNET PISTONE W INTERNET PISTONE W

LEC LAB

8:30-10:50am 8:30-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-1:20pm 11-11:50am 12-1:20pm

MD-234 MD-234 MD-234 MD-232 MD-232 MD-232

WHITE Q

WHITE Q

LEC LEC LAB LEC LEC LAB

MD-234 MD-234 MD-235 MD-235

MCLEAN T MCLEAN T STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LEC LAB

WHITE Q WHITE Q

M M T T

5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm 5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE DE

INTERNET PISTONE J INTERNET PISTONE J

LEC LAB

8:30-10:50am 8:30-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 12-2:20pm 12-12:50pm 1-2:20pm

MD-232 MD-232 MD-232 MD-220 MD-220 MD-220

STAFF

CASSONI R

LEC LEC LAB LEC LEC LAB

MD-232 MD-232 MD-234 MD-234

PISTONE J PISTONE J CONWAY K CONWAY K

LEC LAB LEC LAB

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72788

M W W M W W

STAFF CASSONI R

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73058

M M T T

5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm 5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

ICSCI 130 LINUX FUNDAMENTALS

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. MW MW

5-6:50pm MD-231 MCENTIRE N 7-9:50pm MD-231 MCENTIRE N (Class Number 72346 meets 8/19-10/14)

ICSCI 132 LINUX SHELL SCRIPTING

LEC LAB

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSCI 130 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73744

MW MW

5-6:50pm MD-231 MCENTIRE N 7-9:50pm MD-231 MCENTIRE N (Class Number 73744 meets 10/21-12/16)

ICSCI 146 FORTRAN-90 FOR MATH/SCIENCE

SAN MARCOS/Day INTERNET CANON T INTERNET CANON T

LEC LAB

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSCI 108 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. DE DE

INTERNET GHOSH T INTERNET GHOSH T

ICSCI 110 PROGRAMMING/COMPUTER SCIENCE

72346

See also: CSIS-Information Technology, CSIS-Networking, and CSIS-Web Technology Advisors: Computer Science: Walter Pistone (wpistone@palomar.edu), Richard Stegman (rstegman@palomar.edu), Anthony Smith (awsmith@palomar. edu), Terrie Canon (tcanon@palomar.edu) Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

ICSCI 108 SURVEY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

DE DE

SAN MARCOS/Evening

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS COMPUTER SCIENCE

72033

72531

72159

8-11:50am MD-105 FERERRO J 1-4:50pm MD-105 (Class Number 71180 meets 10/5-10/5)

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

72602

SAN MARCOS/Day 71180

T Th Th M W W

72331 12:30-1:50pm

INSTRUCTOR

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72990

LEC LEC

LOC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72534

SAN MARCOS/Day 72429

72144

LEC

LEC

TIME

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72828 DE

73481

73056

72978

COMMUNICATIONS

70114

DAY

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 135, or MATH 110 and MATH 115, or eligibility determined through the Math placement process. Cross listed as MATH 146 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73428

MW MW

2:30-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CINE/DBA 125, and a minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in DBA 110 Cross listed as DBA 225 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

ICINE 225 INTER FILM/VIDEO FLD PRODUCTN

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

MD-323 MD-232

NONCREDIT

DAY

NGUYEN C NGUYEN C

www.palomar.edu

LEC LAB

33

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

ICSCI 160 OVERVIEW - VIDEO GAME INDUSTRY

LEC/LAB

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73103

T

6-9:50pm

MD-231

BROUSIL T

ICSCI 210 DATA STRUCTURES

LEC

(4.5 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSCI 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73012

CREDIT CLASSES

DE DE

INTERNET STEGMAN R INTERNET STEGMAN R

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72034

TTh

TTh

8:30-9:50am DE 10-10:50am

MD-231 STEGMAN R INTERNET MD-231 STEGMAN R

LEC LAB

LEC LEC LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSCI 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. MW MW

8:30-9:50am 10-11:20am

MD-220 MD-220

PISTONE W PISTONE W

ICSCI 220 C PROGRAMMING

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SITES

72529

DE DE

INTERNET STEGMAN R INTERNET STEGMAN R

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

LEC LAB

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

73682

T T

5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

MD-219 MD-219

SCOTT W SCOTT W

ICSCI 222 C++/OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMNG

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSCI 110 or 220 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72819

INTERNET STEGMAN R INTERNET STEGMAN R

LEC LAB

5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

MD-232 MD-232

ICSCI 260 VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMING I

MCLEAN T MCLEAN T

73354

NONCREDIT

5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

BROUSIL T BROUSIL T

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

MD-231 MD-231

BROUSIL T BROUSIL T

GENERAL INFO

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DE DE

INTERNET BURGHER R INTERNET BURGHER R

(Class Number 73354 meets 10/17-12/16) DE INTERNET GREEN N DE INTERNET GREEN N

DE DE

LEC LAB

INTERNET CANON T INTERNET CANON T

LEC LAB

(Class Number 73451 meets 10/17-12/16) DE INTERNET CANON T DE INTERNET CANON T

LEC LAB

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis TTh TTh TTh TTh

LEC LAB

8:30-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-11:50am 12-1:20pm

MD-220 MD-220 MD-220 MD-220

TERRY B TERRY B TERRY B TERRY B

LEC LAB LEC LAB

8:45-9:35am 9:45-11:05am

ESC-101 ESC-101

FEINBERG P FEINBERG P

LEC LAB

ESCONDIDO/Day MW MW

73010

M M

5-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

ESC-101 ESC-101

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Class Number 73010 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening MW MW

5-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

CPPEN-M CPPEN-M

PEISL T PEISL T

LEC LAB

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

(Class Number 72706 meets 8/19-10/14)

ICSIT 120 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72032 LEC LAB

See also: CSIS-Computer Science, CSIS-Networking and CSIS-Web Technology Advisor: Ron Burgher (rburgher@palomar.edu) Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

34

LEC LAB

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72706

SAN MARCOS/Evening 5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

(Class Number 72704 meets 8/19-10/15) DE INTERNET PISTONE W DE INTERNET PISTONE W

Class Number 72968 meets at Palomar College Escondido

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSCI 260 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. Th Th

LEC LAB

Class Number 72706 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside MD-231 MD-231

ICSCI 261 VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMING II

73331

INTERNET BURGHER R INTERNET BURGHER R

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

SAN MARCOS/Evening Th Th

DE DE

ESCONDIDO/Evening

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSCI 222 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73327

(3.0 units)

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72968

SAN MARCOS/Evening T T

LEC/LAB

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

73453 DE DE

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis 72333

72704

72629

SAN MARCOS/Day

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

72875

SAN MARCOS/Evening

LOC

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73451

SAN MARCOS/Day

TIME

ICSIT 105 COMPUTER CONCEPTS/APPLICATIONS

72590

SAN MARCOS/Day 72617

DAY

72824

1 hour per week of instruction is conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

ICSCI 212 MACHINE ORG/ASSEMBLER LANGUAGE

CLASS#

TTh TTh

11-11:50am 12-1:20pm

MD-232 MD-232

ICSIT 150 INTRODUCTION TO SQL

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73068

DE DE

INTERNET PERRY JR S INTERNET PERRY JR S

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

LEC LAB


Learning for Success

SAN MARCOS/Day 73070

DE DE

INTERNET PERRY JR S INTERNET PERRY JR S

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

ICSIT 170 VISUAL BASIC I

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

W W

5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

MD-232 MD-232

BURGHER R BURGHER R

ICSIT 180 C# PROGRAMMING I

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73093

DE DE

INTERNET BURGHER R INTERNET BURGHER R

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

LEC LAB

73034

Th Th M M

(4.0 units)

BARTULIS M BARTULIS M

LEC LAB

MD-215 MD-215 MD-215 MD-215

BARTULIS M BARTULIS M CLAYTON J CLAYTON J

LEC LAB LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Th Th

11-12:50pm 1-3:50pm

MD-215 MD-215

GREEN N GREEN N

LEC LAB

MD-215 MD-215 MD-215 MD-215

HOLT S HOLT S HOLT S HOLT S

LEC LAB LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72440 73066

T T W W

5-6:50pm 7-9:50pm 5-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

ICSNT 120 WIN CLIENT/OFFICE DEPLOYMENT

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSNT 110 and 111 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72307

M M

5:30-7:50pm 8-9:50pm

PRICE III R PRICE III R

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSNT 111 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening W W

5:30-7:50pm 8-9:50pm

6-8:20pm DE

MD-219 LASTRILLA JR. E LEC INTERNET LASTRILLA JR. E LAB

32 hours of lecture are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

(3.0 units)

F F

5:30-7:50pm 8-9:50pm

MD-219 MD-219

STAFF STAFF

ICSNT 221 WINDOWS INFRASTRUCTURE CONFIG

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSNT 121 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. TTh TTh

5:30-7:50pm MD-220 CARPER R 8-9:50pm MD-220 CARPER R (Class Number 72609 meets 8/20-10/15)

ICSNT 222 PLAN/MANAGE WIN APP PLATFORM

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSNT 121 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72712

TTh TTh

5:30-7:50pm MD-220 CARPER R 8-9:50pm MD-220 CARPER R (Class Number 72712 meets 10/17-12/12)

LEC LAB

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS WEB TECHNOLOGY

See also: CSIS-Computer Science, CSIS-Information Technology and CSISNetworking Advisor: Steve Perry (sperry@palomar.edu); Rand Green (rgreen@palomar. edu) Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

ICSWB 110 WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT W/ XHTML

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day MD-220 MD-220

ICSNT 121 WINDOWS SERVER

72636

MW

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72634

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSNT 160 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72611

MD-219 LASTRILLA JR. E LEC INTERNET LASTRILLA JR. E LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

MD-215 MD-215

ICSNT 111 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS

6-8:20pm DE

(Class Number 72306 meets 8/19-10/14)

72609

5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm 5-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

MW

32 hours of lecture are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

72615

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72247

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 11-2:20pm 2:30-3:50pm

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSNT 110 Recommended preparation: CSNT 111 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in CSNT 110 and 111, or CSNT 160 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T

LEC/LAB

(Class Number 72307 meets 10/21-12/16)

See also: CSIS-Computer Science, CSIS-Information Technology and CSISWeb Technology Advisors: Cisco: Rand Green (rgreen@palomar.edu)

72613

INSTRUCTOR

ICSNT 180 WIRELESS NETWORKING

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS NETWORKING ICSNT 110 HARDWARE/OS FUNDAMENTALS

LOC

ICSNT 161 CISCO ROUTER CONFIGURATION

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72118

TIME

ICSNT 160 CISCO NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS

72306

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

ICSIT 160 INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

72328

PRICE III R PRICE III R

LEC LAB

INTERNET GREEN N INTERNET GREEN N

LEC LAB

DE DE

INTERNET PELKIE T INTERNET PELKIE T

LEC LAB

11-11:50am 12-1:20pm

MD-231 MD-231

LEC LAB

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72671 MD-220 MD-220

DE DE

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

72296

MW MW

PELKIE T PELKIE T

www.palomar.edu

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NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

ICSWB 120 JAVASCRIPT

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: CSWB 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. DE DE

INTERNET PERRY JR S INTERNET PERRY JR S

CREDIT CLASSES

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

ICSWB 130 MOBILE WEB APP DEVELOPMENT

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

INTERNET GHOSH T INTERNET GHOSH T

ESCONDIDO CENTER

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

ICSWB 150 PHP WITH MYSQL

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

INTERNET PERRY JR S INTERNET PERRY JR S

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: www.palomar.edu/csis

SITES

ICSWB 170 JAVA FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS

LEC LAB

(2.5 units)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

6-7:50pm 8-9:50pm

MD-234 MD-234

PERRY JR S PERRY JR S

LEC LAB

(2.5 units)

6:30-8:50pm

MD-206

DONALDSON P

ICI 100 BUILDING CODES I

LEC

(3.0 units)

Intro to CALGreen Code and California Residential Code. Highlights of Storm Water Pollution regulations are presented.

ESCONDIDO/Evening M

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-503

BLAISDELL C

LEC

Class Number 72030 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ICI 105 ELECTRICAL CODES I

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO/Evening 72031

Th

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-501

JENSEN E

LEC

Class Number 72031 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ICI 125 PLAN READING TECHNOLOGIES

(3.0 units)

NONCREDIT

An introductory course to CI to include: ADA, storm water, plan reading, green building code & residential code.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72953

T

6:30-9:20pm

MD-319

MELTON W

ICI 130 CALGREEN CODES

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73019

W

6:30-9:20pm

MD-217

BLAISDELL C

COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

LEC

GENERAL INFO

A student may enroll in the Cooperative Work Experience Education Program and earn one to four units of credit for supervised on-the-job training. Registration in the program can be accomplished through Student eServices. Students must attend two orientations at the beginning of the semester. For information, call 760 744-1150, ext. 2354 or visit http://www.palomar.edu/ cooped

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from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in SSC-1 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in SSC-1 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in SSC-1 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in SSC-1

OR OR OR OR

from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in SSC-1 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in SSC-1 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in SSC-1 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in SSC-1

1 unit - 75 hours of employment 2 units - 150 hours of employment 3 units - 225 hours of employment 4 units - 300 hours of employment

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72013

TBA

ST-55

HARTFORD W

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72011

TBA

ST-55

BARRETT K

LEC

72014

TBA

ST-55

STEIN M

LEC

Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information. This class is designed for Administration of Justice students.

ICE 100 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

(4.0 units)

72007

TBA

ST-55

NOESKE P

72008

TBA

ST-55

MCCULLOUGH M LEC

72009

TBA

ST-55

TODD M

72010

TBA

ST-55

MCDONOUGH B LEC

72012

TBA

ST-55

DENNIS S

LEC

73731

TBA

SMHS

STOUT L

LEC

73732

(Class Number 73731 meets 9/4-12/16) TBA SMHS STOUT L

LEC

Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information. Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

72030

from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in SSC-1 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in SSC-1 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in SSC-1 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in SSC-1

Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information.

ICI 89 PLUMBING CODES T

OR OR OR OR

SAN MARCOS/Day

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION 73372

Monday, 8/26 Tuesday, 8/27 Wednesday, 8/28 Thursday, 8/29

from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in SSC-1 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in SSC-1 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. in SSC-1 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in SSC-1

Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information.

SAN MARCOS/Evening Th Th

Monday, 8/19 Tuesday, 8/20 Wednesday, 8/21 Thursday, 8/22

ICE 100 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

Recommended preparation: CSWB 120 or CSIT 170 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72541

LEC/LAB

Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information.

SAN MARCOS/Day DE DE

INSTRUCTOR

ICE 100 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

Recommended preparation: CSWB 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72536

LOC

For all Cooperative Education classes:

SAN MARCOS/Day DE DE

TIME

Students must attend one orientation from each week.

WEEK TWO:

Recommended preparation: CSWB 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72329

DAY

WEEK ONE:

SAN MARCOS/Day 72596

CLASS#

Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information. Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information.

LEC

LEC

SITES/Day Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information. Class Number 73731 meets at San Marcos High School Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information. Class Number 73732 meets at San Marcos High School (Class Number 73732 meets 9/4-12/16)

ICE 150 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION INTRNSHP

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72119

TBA

ST-55

O’SULLIVAN S

Arrange 10 internship hours per week. Visit http://www.palomar.edu/cooped for orientation information.

LAB

COUNSELING ICOUN 48 OVERCOMING TEST ANXIETY

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70889

TBA

SSC-9

HUSKEY K

LEC

Arrange 16 hours with instructor. This is a self-paced open-entry/open-exit class. Pick up instructions and make an appointment with the instructor at the Counseling Department front desk or call 760 891-7511. (Class Number 70889 meets 8/19-12/16)

ICOUN 100 INTRO BASIC COUNSELING SKILLS

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70115

M

5-7:50pm

HS-203

RAMIREZ F

LEC


Learning for Success

71632

DE

INTERNET LOMELI-HIXON L LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, October 17, from 6-7:00 p.m. and Friday, October 18, from 12-1:00 p.m. in MD-221. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard Class Number 71632 is designated for University Link students. F

(Class Number 71632 meets 10/17-12/16) 9:30-11:20am HS-203 LOMELI-HIXON L LEC

73674

F

(Class Number 70977 meets 8/23-10/11) 11:30-1:20pm HS-205 DOMINGUEZ L

LEC

70976

F

(Class Number 73674 meets 8/23-10/11) 12-1:50pm HS-203 DOMINGUEZ L

LEC

70977

Class Number 70977 is designated for University Link students. Class Number 73674 is designated for University Link students. Class Number 70976 is designated for University Link students. (Class Number 70976 meets 10/18-12/13)

ICOUN 110 COLLEGE SUCCESS

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70116

DE

INTERNET BARR R

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71295

DE

INTERNET WOODS A

LEC

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard Students on the wait list or interested in this class, please email the instructor promptly at awoods@palomar.edu (Class Number 71295 meets 10/17-12/16) DE INTERNET BARR R

71103

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 3-4:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71097

DE

INTERNET BARR R

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 3-4:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

73675

F

8-10:50am

HS-205

DECKER S

LEC

LEC

LEC

Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157. COUN 110, Class Number 73675 is part of an Algebra 2N1 Learning Community. To complete enrollment, students must also enroll in MATH 47 - Explorations in Algebra, Class Number 73296 and MATH 50 - Beginning Algebra, Class Number 73290. Students who enroll in this Learning Community will be administratively enrolled in MATH 60 - Intermediate Algebra, Class Number 73292. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

73676

F

9-11:50am

MD-203

BONGOLAN G

LEC

Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157. COUN 110, Class Number 73676 is part of an Algebra 2N1 Learning Community. To complete enrollment, students must also enroll in MATH 47 - Explorations in Algebra, Class Number 73370 and MATH 50 - Beginning Algebra, Class Number 73291. Students who enroll in this Learning Community will be administratively enrolled in MATH 60 - Intermediate Algebra, Class Number 73294. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

70813 71354

M T Th

9-11:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am

T-114 NS-258 HS-110

STAFF GARCIA G

LEC LEC LEC

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

LEARNING COMMUNITIES: Innovation in Education Learn how to achieve your academic and career goals with these counseling classes. The linked classes in each Learning Community must be taken together. For more information, see the Learning Communities section of this class schedule.

Foundational Skills LC 7

71156 Counseling 110 - College Success 71904 Math 15 – Prealgebra

Foundational Skills LC 8

71354 Counseling 110 - College Success 71901 Math 15 – Prealgebra

Foundational Skills LC 9

70117 Counseling 110 - College Success 71758 Math 50 – Beginning Algebra

Algebra 2N1 LC 11 73675 73296 73290 73292

Counseling 110 – College Success Math 47 – Explorations in Algebra Math 50 – Beginning Algebra Math 60 – Intermediate Algebra

Algebra 2N1 LC 12 73676 73370 73291 73294

Counseling 110 – College Success Math 47 – Explorations in Algebra Math 50 – Beginning Algebra Math 60 – Intermediate Algebra

70725 71156

TTh MW

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am

HS-205 HS-205

MCKINNEY C AGUIRRE L

LEC LEC

71153 71158 70117

TTh MW TTh

11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

HS-205 HS-205 HS-205

FRANCISCO C WAITE L ASFOUR R

LEC LEC LEC

71716 71155 71715

MW F MW

12:30-1:50pm 12:30-3:20pm 2-3:20pm

HS-205 HS-204 HS-204

STAFF STAFF STAFF

LEC LEC LEC

MD-104 HS-205 HS-205

IRACI N LESSER J CARRASCO C

LEC LEC LEC

ASFOUR R

LEC

COUN 110, Class Number 71156, is linked with MATH 15 - Prealgebra, Class Number 71904. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

COUN 110, Class Number 70117, is linked with MATH 50 - Beginning Algebra, Class Number 71758. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70118 71206 71012

T M Th

5:30-8:20pm 6-8:50pm 6:30-9:20pm

ESCONDIDO/Day 71720 70964

TTh W

10:45-12:05pm ESC-502

Class Number 71720 meets at Palomar College Escondido

3:15-6:05pm

ESC-103

GENERAL INFO

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

ICOUN 101 TRANSFER SUCCESS

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

KINNEY T KINNEY K

LEC

Class Number 70964 meets at Palomar College Escondido

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70682

M

6-8:50pm

ESC-103

SWEPSTON C

LEC

Class Number 70682 meets at Palomar College Escondido

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

COUN 110, Class Number 71354, is linked with MATH 15 - Prealgebra, Class Number 71901. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

www.palomar.edu

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PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

MW

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-S

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 73677 meets at Camp Pendleton South (Class Number 73677 meets 8/19-10/14)

ICOUN 115 CAREER/LIFE PLANNING

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71104

DE

INTERNET ROTH R

CREDIT CLASSES

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard (Class Number 71104 meets 10/17-12/16) DE INTERNET HERNANDEZ T

71165

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(Class Number 71165 meets 8/19-10/15) DE INTERNET ROMAIN L

71096

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

73678

DE

INTERNET HUSKEY K

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71205

TTh

SITES

M

(Class Number 73678 meets 8/19-10/15) 11-12:20pm HS-203 MOORE S 5-7:50pm

HS-110

LEC

LEC

LEC

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

6-8:50pm

HS-203

(3.0 units)

ICOUN 165 CAREER SEARCH

LEC

(1.0 unit) LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard Class Number 71166 has a material fee of $32 which must be paid at the bookstore before Wednesday, October 16. W

(Class Number 71166 meets 10/17-12/16) 9-12:50pm SU-17 ROMAIN L

LEC

Class Number 70890 has a material fee of $37 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Bring receipt to first class meeting.

70918

Th

(Class Number 70890 meets 9/4-9/25) 1-4:50pm SU-17 ANTONECCHIA R

LEC

Class Number 70918 has a material fee of $37 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Bring receipt to first class meeting.

NONCREDIT

73680

Th

(Class Number 70918 meets 10/3-10/24) 1-4:50pm SU-17 ANTONECCHIA R

LEC

CULLEY MCCULLOUGH P

Class Number 73680 has a material fee of $37 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Bring receipt to first class meeting. (Class Number 73680 meets 9/5-9/26) M

5-8:50pm

SU-17

LEC STEFFENSMEIER M

ANTONECCHIA R

GENERAL INFO

Class Number 71300 has a material fee of $37 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Bring receipt to first class meeting. 71299

T

(Class Number 71300 meets 11/4-12/2) 5-8:50pm SU-17 ROMAIN L

LEC

Class Number 71299 has a material fee of $37 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Bring receipt to first class meeting. (Class Number 71299 meets 10/1-10/22)

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FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

F

(Class Number 71167 meets 10/17-12/16) 10-11:50am HS-206 STAFF (Class Number 73681 meets 10/18-12/13)

LEC

LEC

State Guidelines limit the number of times a student may take courses with related content and similar primary educational activities. Therefore, some combinations of course work in Dance have limitations on the number of times a student may enroll. Some Dance courses may be repeated provided student has not reached the limitation for the applicable group of Dance courses. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Dance classes is available at http://www.palomar.edu/ For class information, contact the department office at 760 744-1150, ext. 2316.

(3.0 units)

MW

8-9:20am

O-2

CORMIER W

IDNCE 101 SURVEY OF WORLD DANCE

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70830

MW

12:30-1:50pm

PAC-215

MEAD P

IDNCE 102 DANCE ON FILM

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71288

F

12-2:50pm

D-4

FAULKNER M

IDNCE 110 MODERN DANCE I

LEC

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

12:30-1:50pm

O-2

WEINBERG S

LAB

PAC-216

WALDRON J

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71681

T

7-9:50pm

IDNCE 111 MODERN DANCE II

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71250

MW

2-3:20pm

O-2

MOORE E

IDNCE 115 BALLET I

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71590

TTh

2-3:20pm

O-2

WEINBERG S

IDNCE 116 BALLET II

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71591

MW

9:30-10:50am

PAC-216

FAULKNER M

LAB

O-2

WEINBERG S

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70891

W

7-9:50pm

IDNCE 120 JAZZ TECHNIQUE I

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70892

TTh

9:30-10:50am

O-2

GILSON S

LAB

O-2

GILSON S

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71300

INTERNET HERNANDEZ T

Advisors: M. Faulkner, phone ext. 2318, mfaulkner@palomar.edu; P. Mead, phone ext. 2969, pmead@palomar.edu

71013 INTERNET HUSKEY K

DE

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

(1.0 unit)

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70126

LEC

VENTIMIGLIA T

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

Class Number 70723 has a material fee of $28. Information about this fee will be given at the first class meeting.

70890

INSTRUCTOR

IDNCE 100 SURVEY OF DANCE

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

71166

LOC

DANCE

SAN MARCOS/Evening T

71167

73681

LEC

LOPEZ C

ICOUN 120 QUEST FOR IDENTITY/LIFE SKILLS

70723

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73679

DAY

ICOUN 170 MAJOR SEARCH

SITES/Evening 73677

CLASS#

70893

M

7-9:50pm

IDNCE 121 JAZZ TECHNIQUE II

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70894

MW

12:30-1:50pm

O-2

MOORE E

LAB

O-2

GILSON S

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70895

M

7-9:50pm


Learning for Success

F

9-10:50am TBA

PAC-131 PAC-131

SINNOTT C SINNOTT C

(1.0 unit)

TTh

3:30-4:50pm

O-2

CLARK V

IDNCE 131 TAP II MW

5-6:20pm

O-2

CLARK V

IDNCE 135 BALLROOM DANCE I

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70898

F

7-9:50pm

O-2

PICHE D TRINH T

70899

F

7-9:50pm

O-2

PICHE D TRINH T

LAB

F

7-9:50pm

O-2

70901

F

7-9:50pm

O-2

PICHE D TRINH T

LAB

PICHE D TRINH T

LAB

Cross listed as MUS 137

PAC-215

VIGO S

IDNCE 138 CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DRUMMING II Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment subject to audition Cross listed as MUS 138

LAB

W Th

3-4:50pm 3:30-5:20pm

PAC-215 PAC-215

VIGO S STAFF

LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day F

9-11:50am

O-2

SPRAGUE T

IDNCE 141 DANCE IMPROVISATION II

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73496

F

9-11:50am

O-2

SPRAGUE T

IDNCE 145 CHOREOGRAPHY I

LAB

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: DNCE 280 TTh

11-12:20pm

PAC-215

MEAD P

IDNCE 146 CHOREOGRAPHY II

LEC

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: DNCE 280 TTh

11-12:20pm

W

5:15-6:05pm

PAC-215

W

6:15-9:05pm

PAC-216

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

71152

W

5:15-6:05pm

PAC-215

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

W

6:15-9:05pm

PAC-216

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day T

1:30-2:20pm

PAC-215

T Th

2:30-3:20pm 1:30-3:20pm

PAC-216 PAC-215

T

1:30-2:20pm

PAC-215

T Th

2:30-3:20pm 1:30-3:20pm

PAC-216 PAC-215

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

LEC

Women register for DNCE 151, Class Number 70954; Men register for DNCE 151, Class Number 71015. MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

IDNCE 152 LATIN SOCIAL DANCE II

LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70955

T

1:30-2:20pm

PAC-215

T Th

2:30-3:20pm 1:30-3:20pm

PAC-216 PAC-215

T

1:30-2:20pm

PAC-215

T Th

2:30-3:20pm 1:30-3:20pm

PAC-216 PAC-215

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

71014

PAC-215

LEC

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

Women register for DNCE 152, Class Number 70955; Men register for DNCE 152, Class Number 71014.

IDNCE 153 CAPOEIRA:AFRO/BRAZ MARTL ART I

MEAD P

LEC

LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70987

TTh

5-6:20pm

O-2

FONSECA E

IDNCE 154 CAPOEIRA:AFRO/BRAZ MRTL ART II

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening TTh

5-6:20pm

O-2

FONSECA E

IDNCE 155 HIP HOP I

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71016

TTh

3:30-4:50pm

PAC-216

WALDRON J

IDNCE 156 HIP HOP II

SAN MARCOS/Day 70903

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

71154

SAN MARCOS/Day 70902

LAB

Women register for DNCE 152, Class Number 70955; Men register for DNCE 152, Class Number 71014.

IDNCE 140 DANCE IMPROVISATION I 73495

PAC-216

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

(0.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73624 71349

6:15-9:05pm

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 3-4:50pm

W

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

Women register for DNCE 151, Class Number 70954; Men register for DNCE 151, Class Number 71015.

IDNCE 137 CUBAN AND BRAZILIAN DRUMMING I (0.5 units)

W

PAC-215

IDNCE 150 AFRO-CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DANCE II

71015

Women register for DNCE 136, Class Number 70900; Men register for DNCE 136, Class Number 70901.

70921

70979

(1.0 unit)

Women register for DNCE 136, Class Number 70900; Men register for DNCE 136, Class Number 70901.

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

70954

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70900

5:15-6:05pm

IDNCE 151 LATIN SOCIAL DANCE I

Women register for DNCE 135, Class Number 70898; Men register for DNCE 135, Class Number 70899.

IDNCE 136 BALLROOM DANCE II

LEC/LAB

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

LAB

Women register for DNCE 135, Class Number 70898; Men register for DNCE 135, Class Number 70899.

W

IDNCE 149 AFRO-CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DANCE I

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70897

INSTRUCTOR

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day 70896

LOC

IDNCE 148 PALOMAR DRUM/DANCE ENSEMBLE I

70920

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IDNCE 130 TAP I

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 73715

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 100 Cross listed as ENTT/TA 124 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IDNCE 124 BEGINNING STAGE MANAGEMENT

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73548

MW

3:30-4:50pm

O-2

STAFF

LAB

PAC-216

WALDRON J

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71592

Th

7-9:50pm

www.palomar.edu

39

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IDNCE 158 HAWAIIAN AND TAHITIAN DANCE I

LEC/LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71017

T

7-9:50pm

O-2

CHEEK D

IDNCE 159 HAWAIIAN AND TAHITIAN DANCE II

LAB

(1.0 unit)

CLASS#

T

7-9:50pm

O-2

CHEEK D

IDNCE 162 NEAR AND MIDDLE EASTERN I

LAB

(1.0 unit)

CREDIT CLASSES

SAN MARCOS/Day 71059

F

9-11:50am

PAC-215

HANDELSMAN J LAB

IDNCE 163 NEAR AND MIDDLE EASTERN II 71159

F

9-11:50am

PAC-215

HANDELSMAN J LAB

IDNCE 165 PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

ESCONDIDO CENTER

M

PAC-215 PAC-215

MEAD P MEAD P

LEC LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IDNCE 170 PILATES (REG TRADE MARK)

(0.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73551

MW

8-8:50am

Students must bring their own mats.

PAC-216

STAFF

IDNCE 182 INTRO TO ARTS MANAGEMENT Cross listed as AMS/ART/MUS/TA 182

LAB

(3.0 units)

SITES

MWF

3-5:50pm

OBER I

LAB

IDNCE 183 INTERNSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT

(3.0 units)

BOEHM

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS or TA 182 Cross listed as AMS/ART/MUS/TA 183

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

SAN MARCOS/Day 71367

MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

IDNCE 190 WORLD DANCE PRODUCTION I

LAB

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70947

W W

5:15-6:05pm 6:15-9:05pm

PAC-215 PAC-216

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

IDNCE 205 MODERN DANCE III

LEC LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71628

MW

2-3:20pm

O-2

MOORE E

IDNCE 210 BALLET III

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70904

MW

9:30-10:50am

PAC-216

FAULKNER M

IDNCE 215 JAZZ TECHNIQUE III

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70905

MW

12:30-1:50pm

O-2

MOORE E

NONCREDIT

IDNCE 225 CONTEMPORARY DANCE ENSEMBLE I

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71615

MW

11-12:20pm

PAC-216

FAULKNER M

IDNCE 230 TAP III

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70938

MW

5-6:20pm

O-2

CLARK V

IDNCE 249 AFRO-CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DANCE III

LAB

(2.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73497

40

(2.0 units)

73539

T

1:30-2:20pm

PAC-215

T Th

2:30-3:20pm 1:30-3:20pm

PAC-216 PAC-215

T

1:30-2:20pm

PAC-215

T Th

2:30-3:20pm 1:30-3:20pm

PAC-216 PAC-215

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

W

5:15-6:05pm

PAC-215

W

6:15-9:05pm

PAC-216

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

LEC

Women register for DNCE 151, Class Number 73539; Men register for DNCE 151, Class Number 73541.

73541

MEAD P VIGO S MEAD P VIGO S

Women register for DNCE 151, Class Number 73539; Men register for DNCE 151, Class Number 73541.

IDNCE 253 CAPOEIRA:AFRO/BRZ MRTL ART III TTh

5-6:20pm

O-2

LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

FONSECA E

IDNCE 255 HIP HOP III

LEC LAB

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73552

MW

3:30-4:50pm

O-2

STAFF

IDNCE 258 HAWAIIAN & TAHITIAN DANCE III

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73549

T

7-9:50pm

O-2

CHEEK D

IDNCE 262 NEAR AND MIDDLE EASTERN III

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73550

F

9-11:50am

PAC-215

HANDELSMAN J LAB

IDNCE 280 STUDENT CHOREOGRAPHY PROD I

SAN MARCOS/Day 72649

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

73547 3:30-4:50pm TBA

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 71635

LOC

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day

TIME

IDNCE 251 LATIN SOCIAL DANCE III

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71157

DAY

Corequisite: DNCE 146

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70956

TTh TTh

8-10:50am 8-10:50am

PAC-215 PAC-216

MEAD P

LAB LAB

DENTAL ASSISTING

For more information about the Dental Assisting Program, call 760 744-1150, ext. 2571 or log onto our website at www.palomar.edu/dental

IDA 50 INTRO DENTAL SCIENCE/OCCUPATNS

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72035

MW

9-10:20am

HS-110

RUDY D

LEC

Admittance into the Registered Dental Assisting Program is NOT required for enrollment in DA 50.

IDA 57 DENTAL SCIENCES AND ANATOMY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72312

MW

3-4:20pm

HS-110

ACEVEDO A

LEC

Admittance into the Registered Dental Assisting Program is NOT required for enrollment in DA 57.

IDA 60 DENTAL MATERIALS

Prerequisite: Admission to the Registered Dental Assisting Program

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72036

MW

10:30-11:50am HS-110

STAFF

LEC

72038

M

9:30-10:20am

HS-108

STAFF

LAB

72037

M

12:30-1:20pm

HS-108

STAFF

LAB

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 72037 or 72038. Class Number 72036 has a material fee of $2 which must be paid at the bookstore before the first class meeting.

Students registering in Class Number 72038 must first register in LEC Class Number 72036. Students registering in Class Number 72037 must first register in LEC Class Number 72036.

IDA 65 DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: Admission to the Registered Dental Assisting Program Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72039

F F

9:30-11:20am MD-334 11:30-12:20pm MD-334

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB


Learning for Success

(2.5 units)

72041

W

1-2:50pm

HS-110

PERKINS C

LEC

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 72043, 72341, 72342 or 72042. This class has a material fee of $2.00 which must be paid at the bookstore before the first class meeting.

72042

W

8-9:50am

HS-109

ACEVEDO A

LAB

72341

W

3-4:50pm

HS-109

LAWSON M

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 72042 must first register in LEC Class Number 72041. Students registering in Class Number 72341 must first register in LEC Class Number 72041.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72043

M

4:30-6:20pm

HS-109

ACEVEDO A

LAB

72342

W

5-6:50pm

HS-109

LAWSON M

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 72043 must first register in LEC Class Number 72041. Students registering in Class Number 72342 must first register in LEC Class Number 72041.

IDA 75 DENTAL OPERATIVE PROCEDURES

Prerequisite: Admission to the Registered Dental Assisting Program

(5.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72044

TTh

8-9:20am

HS-110

ACEVEDO A

LEC

Students registering in LEC class 72044 must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 72045 or 72288. This class has a material fee of $11 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Students should anticipate miscellaneous expenses to range from approximately $500 - $1,000 for the required purchase of a typodont, instrument kit, uniform, and class activity supplies. Please see the faculty member for more details.

72045

TTh

10-12:50pm

HS-108

ACEVEDO A RUDY D

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 72045 must first register in LEC Class Number 72044.

72288

TTh

2-4:50pm

HS-108

ACEVEDO A RUDY D

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 72288 must first register in LEC Class Number 72044.

IDA 82 PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY I

Prerequisite: Admission to the Registered Dental Assisting Program

(1.5 units)

M

M

8-8:50am

HS-110

PERKINS C

9-10:20am

HS-109

PERKINS C

Students registering in LAB class 72556 must first register in LEC class 72554.

LEC

LAB

72555

M

12-1:20pm

HS-109

PERKINS C

LAB

72557

M

1:30-2:50pm

HS-109

PERKINS C

LAB

73262

M

3-4:20pm

HS-109

PERKINS C

LAB

Students registering in LAB class 72555 must first register in LEC class 72554. Students registering in LAB class 72557 must first register in LEC class 72554. Students registering in LAB class 73262 must first register in LEC class 72554.

T Th

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

ITC-113-C ITC-113

HERNANDEZ S HERNANDEZ S

IDMT 135 BASIC HYDRAULICS

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73542

M W

8-10:50am 8-10:50am

ITC-113-C ITC-113

HERNANDEZ S HERNANDEZ S

LEC LAB

ITC-113-C ITC-113

HERNANDEZ S HERNANDEZ S

LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73545

M W

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

DIGITAL BROADCAST ARTS IDBA 50 BASIC TELEVISION ACTING

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73489

M

6:30-9:20pm

Q-1

SHAW S

IDBA 100 INTRODUCTION TO RADIO AND TV

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71948

DE

INTERNET FAAS L

LEC

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 12:30-1:50pm

Q-2 P-32 Q-2

LEC LEC LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 1-1:50 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71949 71950 73021

MW TTh TTh

HAHN P HAHN P HAHN P

IDBA 100L INTRO TO RADIO AND TV LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70492

W

11-1:50pm

Q-1

FAAS L

IDBA 110 BROADCAST WRITING/PRODUCING

LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72209

T T Th

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

MD-235 MD-235 MD-235

FAAS L FAAS L

LEC LAB LAB

DBA 110 has a material fee of $15 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO/Day 72372

W

1:15-4:05pm

ESC-504

CESMAT B

LEC

DBA 115 has a material fee of $2 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Class Number 72372 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IDBA 120 DIGITAL TELEVISION PRODUCTION

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as ENTT 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72210

T T Th

12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 12:30-3:20pm

Q-1 Q-1 Q-1

BAKER G BAKER G

LEC LAB LAB

DBA 120 has a material fee of $11 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73419

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day ITC-113-C ITC-113

LAB

Cross listed as CINE 125 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

IDMT 125 TRUCK TRANSMISSION/DRIVE LINES

8-10:50am 8-10:50am

LEC LAB

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

IDBA 125 BEG FILM/VIDEO FIELD PRODUCTN

Advisor: S. Hernandez, phone ext. 3702, shernandez@palomar.edu See also Cooperative Education if employed.

T Th

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

DIESEL MECHANICS TECHNOLOGY

73301

INSTRUCTOR

Cross listed as CINE 115

Students registering in LEC class 72554 must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 72555, 72556, 72557, or 73262. Class Number 72554 has a material fee of $6 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

72556

LOC

IDBA 115 CREATIVE WRITING FOR TV/CINEMA

SAN MARCOS/Day 72554

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73299

SAN MARCOS/Day

DAY

HERNANDEZ S HERNANDEZ S

LEC LAB

GENERAL INFO

Prerequisite: Admission to the Registered Dental Assisting Program

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IDA 70 DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY I

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

Th Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm

Q-2 Q-2

SHAW S SHAW S

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. DBA 125 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

www.palomar.edu

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

41

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IDBA 130 RADIO PRODUCTION

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as ENTT 130 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72234

M M W

MD-235 MD-235 MD-235

BANTA-FORD M LEC BANTA-FORD M LAB LAB

CREDIT CLASSES

IDBA 170 INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO EDITING

ESCONDIDO CENTER

IDBA 180 SPORTS BROADCASTING

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as CINE 170 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. 2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

Will be using Final Cut software.

MD-119 MD-119 MD-119

FAAS L FAAS L

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening Th Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm DE

Q-4 STAFF Q-4 STAFF INTERNET

LEC LAB LAB

3 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

IDBA 220 ADV DIGITAL TV PRODUCTION

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA 110 and DBA/ENTT 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SITES

T T Th

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 9:30-12:20pm

Q-1 Q-1 P-33

FAAS L FAAS L

IDBA 225 INTER FILM/VIDEO FLD PRODUCTN

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

SAN MARCOS/Day W W

4-5:20pm 5:30-6:50pm

P-32 P-32

CECERE R CECERE R

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IDBA 240A BASIC TELEVISION NEWS/SPORTS

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in DBA/ENTT 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73748

T T Th

3:30-4:50pm 5-6:20pm 3:30-6:20pm

Q-1 Q-1 Q-1

STAFF STAFF

IDBA 240B BEG TELEVISION NEWS/SPORTS

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA 240A Recommended preparation: DBA 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

NONCREDIT

T T Th

3:30-4:50pm 5-6:20pm 3:30-6:20pm

Q-1 Q-1 Q-1

STAFF STAFF

IDBA 240C INTER TELEVISION NEWS/SPORTS

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA 240B Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

GENERAL INFO

T T Th

(3.0 units)

3:30-4:50pm 5-6:20pm 3:30-6:20pm

Q-1 Q-1 Q-1

STAFF STAFF

T T Th

3:30-4:50pm 5-6:20pm 3:30-6:20pm

Q-1 Q-1 Q-1

STAFF STAFF

IDBA 270 DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA/CINE 170 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-119 MD-119 MD-119

O’HARA K O’HARA K

Students will be using Final Cut software. DBA 270 has a material fee of $6 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IDBA 275 AVID EDITING FOR TV AND FILM

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA 270 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72238

M M W

5-6:20pm 6:30-7:50pm 5-7:50pm

MD-235 MD-235 MD-235

HILL A HILL A

LEC LAB LAB

DBA 275 has a material fee of $11 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IDBA 298A BEGINNING BROADCAST INTERNSHIP (3.0 units) TBA

Q-1

HAHN P HAWKES A

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LAB

Arrange 9 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. All students registered in DBA 298A are required to attend a scheduled orientation on one of the following dates: Thursday, August 22, from 8-9:00 a.m. OR Wednesday, August 28, from 3-4:00 p.m. in Q-1.

IDBA 298B INTER BROADCAST INTERNSHIP Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA 298A

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73751

TBA

Q-1

HAHN P HAWKES A

LAB

Arrange 9 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. All students registered in DBA 298B are required to attend a scheduled orientation on one of the following dates: Thursday, August 22, from 8-9:00 a.m. OR Wednesday, August 28, from 3-4:00 p.m. in Q-1.

IDBA 298C ADVANCED BROADCAST INTERNSHIPS (3.0 units) Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA 298B Cross listed as ENTT 298C

SAN MARCOS/Day TBA

Q-1

HAHN P HAWKES A

LAB

Arrange 9 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. All students registered in DBA 298C are required to attend a scheduled orientation on one of the following dates: Thursday, August 22, from 8-9:00 a.m. OR Wednesday, August 28, from 3-4:00 p.m. in Q-1.

LEC LAB LAB

IDR 15 ENGLISH ESSENTIALS SUPPORT

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71934

MW

11-12:20pm

IT-6

VAN DYKE L

LEC

71926

MW

1-2:20pm

IT-6

VAN DYKE L

LEC

Class Number 71934 is intended for students enrolled in ENG 10. Class Number 71926 is intended for students enrolled in ENG 10.

42

LEC LAB LAB

DISABILITY RESOURCE

SAN MARCOS/Day 73746

72502

72303

SAN MARCOS/Day 73492

LEC/LAB

Recommended preparation: DBA 240C Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73750

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA/CINE 125; and a minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in DBA 110 Cross listed as CINE 225 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73404

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 72225

LOC

IDBA 240D ADV TELEVISION NEWS/SPORTS

72349

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73490

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day M M W

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day 2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

DBA 130 has a material fee of $11 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

72211

CLASS#


Learning for Success

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71927

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

IT-6

RICKS P

Class Number 71927 is intended for students enrolled in MATH 15.

IDR 25 ALGEBRA SUPPORT

Recommended preparation: MATH 15 or eligibility for MATH 50

LEC

(1.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71928

T

2-3:20pm

IT-6

RICKS P

Class Number 71928 is intended for students enrolled in MATH 50.

IDR 25 ALGEBRA SUPPORT

Recommended preparation: MATH 15 or eligibility for MATH 50

LEC

TTh

2-3:20pm

IT-6

RICKS P

LEC

(3.0 units)

MW

1-2:20pm

LL-101

GOLDSMITH S

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: DR 40

SAN MARCOS/Day 71931

TTh

11-12:20pm

LL-101

GOLDSMITH S

IDR 42 VOICE RECOGNITION/DISABILITIES

LEC

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71940

TTh

9-10:50am LL-101 GOLDSMITH S (Class Number 71940 meets 10/17-12/12)

IDR 43.1 SOFTWARE FOR VISION LOSS I

LEC

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: Keyboarding skills with a minimum of 15 words per minute

72337

MW

11-12:20pm

LL-101

GOLDSMITH S

IDR 45L ADAPTED COMPUTER LAB

LEC

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71930 71933

F MW

9-11:50am 3-4:20pm

LL-101 LL-101

GOLDSMITH S GOLDSMITH S

LAB LAB

DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY IDT 101 AUTOCAD INTRO CMPTR AID DRAFT

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as ENGR 101 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72573

72561

F F F T T Th

9-10:20am 10:30-11:50am 12:30-3:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 12:30-3:20pm

E-10 E-10 E-10 E-10 E-10 E-10

TALONE A TALONE A

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

E-10 E-10 E-10

TALONE A TALONE A

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

ESC-101 ESC-101 ESC-101

STAFF STAFF

TALONE A TALONE A

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72622

M M W

LEC LAB LAB

ESCONDIDO/Day 72970

T T Th

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72970 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IDT 102 ADVANCED AUTOCAD

12-1:20pm 1:30-2:50pm 12-2:50pm

E-13 E-13 E-13

LUTZ D LUTZ D

LEC LAB LAB

T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

E-13 E-13 E-13

CHAN C CHAN C

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day M M W

12-1:20pm 1:30-2:50pm 12-2:50pm

E-13 E-13 E-13

LUTZ D LUTZ D

IDT 110 TECHNICAL DRAFTING I/AUTOCAD

LEC LAB LAB

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in DT/ENGR 101 Cross listed as ENGR 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72184

MW MW

8-8:50am 9-11:50am

E-10 E-10

LUTZ D LUTZ D

IDT 151 CAD/CAM MACHINING

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as ENGR/WELD 151 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72925

T T Th

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 9:30-12:20pm

E-10 E-10 E-10

LUTZ D LUTZ D

IDT 180 3D STUDIO MAX-INTRO MOD/ANMTN

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72185

T T Th

12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 12:30-3:20pm

E-13 E-13 E-13

BLACKMAN S BLACKMAN S

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as ENGR 226 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73609

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DT/ENGR 103 Cross listed as ENGR 104 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72212

M M W

IDT 226 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DESIGN

Advisor: D. Lutz, phone ext. 2560, dlutz@palomar.edu See also Cooperative Education if employed.

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 71935

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

LEC

Class Number 71932 is for students with no prior computer experience.

IDR 41 ADV ADAPTED COMPUTERS

LOC

Corss listed as ENGR 103 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72505

SAN MARCOS/Day 71932

TIME

IDT 104 SOLIDWORKS ADVANCED 3D DESIGN

Class Number 71929 is intended for students enrolled in MATH 50.

IDR 40 ADAPTED COMPUTER SKILLS

DAY

IDT 103 SOLIDWORKS INTRO TO 3D DESIGN

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71929

CLASS#

M M W

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

E-13 E-13 E-13

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

EARTH SCIENCES IES 100 EARTH SYS: CASE STUDIES/CHANGE

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71204 71121

TTh MW

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

NS-131 NS-131

YON L YON L

LEC LEC

NS-125

BASMADJIAN J

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70996

TTh

4:30-5:50pm

IES 115 NTRL DISASTERS/ENVRMTL HAZARDS Cross listed as GEOG 115

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71235

TTh

11-12:20pm

NS-117

KEY D

LEC

(3.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DT/ENGR 101 Cross listed as ENGR 102 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73027

T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

GENERAL INFO

IDR 20 PRE-ALGEBRA SUPPORT

LEC/LAB

CREDIT CLASSES

INSTRUCTOR

ESCONDIDO CENTER

LOC

SITES

TIME

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

DAY

NONCREDIT

CLASS#

E-10 E-10 E-10

CIONKA T CIONKA T

LEC LAB LAB

www.palomar.edu

43


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

LEARNING COMMUNITIES: Innovation in Education

CREDIT CLASSES

Transfer-Level LC 2

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Advisor: J. Esteban, phone ext. 2421, jesteban@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

(3.0 units)

Economics 100 is not suitable for students who have taken ECON 101 or 102.

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET ESTEBAN J

SITES

DE

INTERNET SMITH J

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm Students must have access to MS Word and Excel.

LEC

MD-303 LAUGHLIN T INTERNET

LEC LEC

12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm DE

MD-217 CARR F MD-303 SMITH J INTERNET

LEC LEC LEC

MW

2-3:20pm

MD-303

CARR F

LEC

70809

TTh

6-8:50pm MD-315 STAFF (Class Number 70809 meets 8/20-10/15) 6:30-9:20pm MD-303 MANN J

LEC

70687

M

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 73647

TTh

10:15-11:35am ESC-503

MUNTEANU R

LEC

LEC

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

NONCREDIT

MD-316 MD-317 MD-319 MD-217 MD-317

BAER B MANN J GOMEZ E RAHMANI F GOMEZ E

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-303

MANN J

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 6-8:50pm

IECON 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MACRO)

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 60, or MATH 56, or eligibility determined through the math placement process Economics 101 and 102 may be taken in any sequence.

SAN MARCOS/Day

GENERAL INFO

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

MD-303 MD-303 MD-317 MD-316 MD-303

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

RAHMANI F MUNTEANU R SMITH J RAHMANI F ESTEBAN J

M

6-8:50pm

ESC-706

STAFF

LEC

TTh

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-N

O’CONNOR W

LEC

Class Number 70724 meets at Camp Pendleton North (Class Number 70724 meets 8/20-10/15)

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 60, or MATH 56, or eligibility determined through the math placement process Economics 101 and 102 may be taken in any sequence.

INTERNET SMITH J

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm Students must have access to MS Word and Excel.

ESCONDIDO/Evening

IECON 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MICRO)

DE

44

MW M

LEC

71430

MW TTh TTh MW MW

11-12:20pm DE

SAN MARCOS/Evening

70724

LEC

70132 70134 71132 71133 70928

Th

SITES/Evening

INTERNET ESTEBAN J

W

LEC/LAB

Class Number 71134 meets at Palomar College Escondido

DE

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 11-12:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm Students must have access to MS Word and Excel.

73646

70133 70135

71134

70927

MW TTh TTh MW TTh

INSTRUCTOR

Class Number 73647 meets at Palomar College Escondido

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 11-12:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm Students must have access to MS Word and Excel.

70128 70130 71002 70129 70131

LOC

1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. For more information, consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm

71368

ECONOMICS

70686

TIME

1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. For more information, consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm

70928 Economics 101 - Principles of Economics (Macro) 71135 Economics 102 - Principles of Economics (Micro)

IECON 100 BASIC ECONOMICS

DAY

ECON 101, Class Number 70928, is linked with ECON 102 - Principles of Economics (MICRO), Class Number 71135. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

71003

Economics classes are available in the following Learning Community. Taking both economic classes at the same time improves the mastery of the subject matter since it will be possible to go more in depth.The linked classes in the Learning Community must be taken together. For more information, see the Learning Communities section of this class schedule

70685

CLASS#

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Day 70978 70136 70137 70138

TTh MW TTh T

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm DE

MD-319 MD-303 MD-303 MD-303 INTERNET

BAER B ESTEBAN J ESTEBAN J ESTEBAN J

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. For more information, consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm

71135

TTh

11-12:20pm

MD-316

SMITH J

LEC

71004

W

12:30-1:50pm DE

MD-303 SMITH J INTERNET

LEC LEC

2-3:20pm

MD-303

LEC

ECON 102, Class Number 71135, is linked with ECON 101 - Principles of Economics (MACRO), Class Number 70928. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. 1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. For more information, consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm

71005

TTh

GOMEZ E

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73649

TTh

70688

W

6-8:50pm MD-303 STAFF (Class Number 73649 meets 10/17-12/12) 6:30-9:20pm MD-316 CARR F

LEC LEC

SITES/Evening 71332

TTh

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-N

O’CONNOR W

LEC

Class Number 71332 meets at Camp Pendleton North (Class Number 71332 meets 10/17-12/12)


Learning for Success

71556

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

MD-303

LAUGHLIN T

IECON 120 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71682

MW

11-12:20pm

MD-319

SMITH J

LEC

EDUCATION

No courses in Education offered in Fall 2013.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL EDUCATION

Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IEME 100 FIRST RESPONDER

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as HE 104 Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72105

MW

11-12:20pm

O-12

LAWSON S

LEC

72106

TTh

11-12:20pm

O-12

LAWSON S TREFETHEN C

LEC

LAWSON S

LEC

Certification for American Red Cross, Emergency Response and CPR card. Class Number 72105 has a material/certificate fee of $20 payable to the cashier office. Bring receipt to second class meeting. Certification for American Red Cross, Emergency Response and CPR card. Class Number 72106 has a material/certificate fee of $20 payable to the cashier office. Bring receipt to second class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72121

M

6-8:50pm

O-12

Certification for American Red Cross, Emergency Response and CPR card. Class Number 72121 has a material/certificate fee of $20 payable to the cashier office. Bring receipt to second class meeting.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72104

T

2-4:50pm

ESC-818

STAFF

LEC

This class is tailored for those continuing in EMS. Class Number 72104 has a material fee of $20 and certificate fee of $55 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 72104 meets at Palomar College Escondido

73601

Th

2-4:50pm

ESC-818

STAFF

LEC

This class is tailored for those continuing in EMS. Class Number 73601 has a material fee of $20 and certificate fee of $55 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 73601 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 72107

T

6-8:50pm

ESC-818

STAFF

LEC

This class is tailored for those continuing in EMS. Class Number 72107 has a material fee of $20 and certificate fee of $55 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 72107 meets at Palomar College Escondido

72108

Th

6-8:50pm

ESC-818

STAFF

LEC

This class is tailored for those continuing in EMS. Class Number 72108 has a material fee of $20 and certificate fee of $55 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 72108 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IEME 106 EMT (LECTURE)

(6.0 units)

Corequisite: EME 106L Prerequisite: Current American Heart Association CPR for Health Care Providers and American Red Cross Emergency Response card or equivalent, and must be age 18 by the first day of class. Proof of meeting the prerequisite will be required at the first class meeting. Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit. Students who register in EME 106 will be administratively registered in an EME 106L EMT Basic Skills Lab (1 unit).

ESCONDIDO/Day 72263

S S

8:30-11:50am 1-5:10pm

ESC-824 ESC-824

STAFF

LEC LEC

Students enrolled in Class Number 72263 will be administratively registered in an EME 106L Basic Skills Lab (1 unit). The lab requires 72 hours, which includes class meetings on Sep. 1, 8, 15, 29; Oct. 6, 20, 27; Skills final on Nov. 3; 8 hours Emergency Room observation;

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

and 8 hours ambulance ride-along. The lecture will also meet on Aug. 25; Sep. 22; Oct. 13. The lab has a material fee of $40. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72263 meets at Palomar College Escondido 72262

TTh

(Class Number 72263 meets 8/24-10/26) 9-11:50am ESC-822 STAFF

LEC

Students enrolled in Class Number 72262 will be administratively registered in an EME 106L Basic Skills Lab (1 unit). The lab requires 72 hours, which includes class meetings on Sep. 6, 27; Oct. 11, 25; Nov. 1, 15; Dec. 6; Skills final on Dec. 12; 8 hours Emergency Room observation; and 8 hours ambulance ride-along. The lab has a material fee of $40. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72262 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening ESC-824

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

CLASS#

72264

MW

6-9:05pm

STAFF

LEC

72265

TTh

(Class Number 72264 meets 8/19-12/9) 6-9:05pm ESC-824 STAFF

LEC

Students enrolled in Class Number 72264 will be administratively registered in an EME 106L Basic Skills Lab (1 unit). The lab requires 72 hours, which includes class meetings on Aug. 31: Sep. 14, 28; Oct. 12, 26; Nov. 9, 23; Dec. 8; Skills final on Dec. 11; 8 hours Emergency Room observation; and 8 hours ambulance ride-along. The lab has a material fee of $40. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72264 meets at Palomar College Escondido Students enrolled in Class Number 72265 will be administratively registered in an EME 106L Basic Skills Lab (1 unit). The lab requires 72 hours, which includes class meetings on Sep. 7, 21; Oct. 5, 19; Nov. 2, 16; Dec. 7; Skills final on Dec. 12; 8 hours Emergency Room observation; and 8 hours ambulance ride-along. The lab has a material fee of $40. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72265 meets at Palomar College Escondido

CREDIT CLASSES

IECON 110 COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEMS

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

(Class Number 72265 meets 8/20-12/5)

IEME 116 EMT REFRESHER COURSE

(1.5 units)

Prerequisite: Possess a valid current EMT-B, EMT-II, or EMT-P certificate, or have possessed one within the last two years Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72145

SSu SSu

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

ESC-818 ESC-818

STAFF

LEC LEC

An optional practical exam will be offered on Sunday, September 22, from 8-4:50 p.m. for an additional fee of $100. Class Number 72145 has a material/certificate fee of $10 payable to the Escondido Center cashier before the first day of class. Class Number 72145 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 72145 meets 9/14-9/21)

IEME 175 PARAMEDIC PREPARATION (LEC)

(2.0 units)

Corequisite: EME 175L Prerequisite: Current EMT with a minimum of 3 months full time pre-hospital experience Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72316

M M

8:30-11:50am 1-5:15pm

ESC-818 ESC-818

STAFF

LEC LEC

Students enrolled in Class Number 72316 must also register in one of the following EME 175L classes: 72317, 72318, 72319. Class Number 72316 will NOT meet on Oct. 14, 21. Class Number 72316 has a certificate fee of $35 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 72316 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73594

F F

(Class Number 72316 meets 9/23-10/28) 8:30-11:50am ESC-818 STAFF 1-5:15pm ESC-818

LEC LEC

Students enrolled in Class Number 73594 must also register in one of the following EME 175L classes: 73598, 73599, 73600. Class Number 73594 will NOT meet on Nov. 1, 8, 15. Class Number 73594 has a certificate fee of $35 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 73594 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73594 meets 10/11-11/22)

www.palomar.edu

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

45

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IEME 175L PARAMEDIC PREP SKILLS (LAB)

LEC/LAB

(1.0 unit)

Corequisite: EME 175 Prerequisite: Current EMT with a minimum of 3 months full time pre-hospital experience Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72317

W W

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

ESC-819 ESC-819

STAFF

LAB LAB

CREDIT CLASSES

Students enrolled in Class Number 72317 must also register for EME 175 lecture, Class Number 72316. Class Number 72317 meets at Palomar College Escondido 72318

ESCONDIDO CENTER

W W

(Class Number 72317 meets 9/25-10/30) 8-11:50am ESC-820 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-820

LAB LAB

W W

(Class Number 72318 meets 9/25-10/30) 8-11:50am ESC-821 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-821

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 72318 must also register for EME 175 lecture, Class Number 72316. Class Number 72318 meets at Palomar College Escondido 72319

Students enrolled in Class Number 72319 must also register for EME 175 lecture, Class Number 72316. Class Number 72319 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73598

M M

(Class Number 72319 meets 9/25-10/30) 8-11:50am ESC-819 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-819

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 73598 must also register for EME 175 lecture, Class Number 73594. Class Number 73598 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES

73599

M M

(Class Number 73598 meets 10/14-11/25) 8-11:50am ESC-820 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-820

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 73599 must also register for EME 175 lecture, Class Number 73594. Class Number 73599 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73600

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

M M

(Class Number 73599 meets 10/14-11/25) 8-11:50am ESC-821 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-821

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 73600 must also register for EME 175 lecture, Class Number 73594. Class Number 73600 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73600 meets 10/14-11/25)

IEME 206 INTRO PARAMEDIC TRAINING (LEC)

(5.5 units)

Corequisite: EME 206L Prerequisite: Admission into Paramedic program Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72272

MWF MWF

8:30-11:50am 1-5:10pm

ESC-824 ESC-824

STAFF

LEC LEC

Students enrolled in Class Number 72272 must also register in one of the following EME 206L classes: 72273, 72274, 72275. Class Number 72272 will NOT meet on Sep. 4, 6, 16, 18. Class Number 72272 will also meet on Aug. 22; Sep. 5, 19. Class Number 72272 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 72272 meets 8/19-9/19)

IEME 206L INTRO PARAMEDIC TRAINING (LAB)

(1.5 units)

NONCREDIT

Corequisite: EME 206 Prerequisite: Admission into Paramedic program Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72273

MWF MWF

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

ESC-819 ESC-819

STAFF

LAB LAB

GENERAL INFO

Students enrolled in Class Number 72273 must also register for EME 206 lecture, Class Number 72272. Class Number 72273 will NOT meet on Aug. 28, 30; Sep. 9, 11, 13. Class Number 72273 will also meet on Aug. 27, 29; Sep. 10, 12. Class Number 72273 has a material fee of $49. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72273 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 72273 meets 8/27-9/20)

46

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

CLASS#

72274

DAY

TIME

LOC

ESC-820 ESC-820

INSTRUCTOR

MWF MWF

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

MWF MWF

(Class Number 72274 meets 8/27-9/20) 8-11:50am ESC-821 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-821

LEC/LAB

STAFF

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 72274 must also register for EME 206 lecture, Class Number 72272. Class Number 72274 will NOT meet on Aug. 28, 30; Sep. 9, 11, 13. Class Number 72274 will also meet on Aug. 27, 29; Sep. 10, 12. Class Number 72274 has a material fee of $49. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72274 meets at Palomar College Escondido 72275

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 72275 must also register for EME 206 lecture, Class Number 72272. Class Number 72275 will NOT meet on Aug. 28, 30; Sep. 9, 11, 13. Class Number 72275 will also meet on Aug. 27, 29; Sep. 10, 12. Class Number 72275 has a material fee of $49. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72275 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 72275 meets 8/27-9/20)

IEME 207 PARAMEDIC MEDICAL TRNG (LEC)

(10.0 units)

Corequisite: EME 207L and EME 211 Prerequisite: Admission into Paramedic Program Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72276

MWF MWF

8:30-11:50am 1-5:10pm

ESC-824 ESC-824

STAFF

LEC LEC

Students enrolled in Class Number 72276 must also register in one of the following EME 207L classes: 72277, 72278, 73258. Class Number 72276 will NOT meet on Oct. 16, 23. Class Number 72276 has a certificate fee of $35 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72276 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 72276 meets 9/23-11/15)

IEME 207L PARAMEDIC MEDICAL SKILLS (LAB)

(2.0 units)

Corequisite: EME 207 Prerequisite: Admission into Paramedic program Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72277

TTh TTh

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

ESC-820 ESC-820

STAFF

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 72277 must also register for EME 207 lecture, Class Number 72276. Class Number 72277 will NOT meet on Oct. 3, 24; Nov. 12. Class Number 72277 has a material fee of $36. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72277 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73258

TTh TTh

(Class Number 72277 meets 9/24-11/14) 8-11:50am ESC-819 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-819

LAB LAB

TTh TTh

(Class Number 73258 meets 9/24-11/14) 8-11:50am ESC-821 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-821

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 73258 must also register for EME 207 lecture, Class Number 72276. Class Number 73258 will NOT meet on Oct. 3, 24; Nov. 12. Class Number 73258 has a material fee of $36. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 73258 meets at Palomar College Escondido 72278

Students enrolled in Class Number 72278 must also register for EME 207 lecture, Class Number 72276. Class Number 72278 will NOT meet on Oct. 3, 24; Nov. 12. Class Number 72278 has a material fee of $36. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72278 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 72278 meets 9/24-11/14)


Learning for Success

MWF MWF

ESC-824 ESC-824

STAFF

LEC LEC

Students enrolled in Class Number 72279 must also register in one of the following EME 208L classes: 72280, 72281, 73259. Class Number 72279 will NOT meet on Nov. 27. Class Number 72279 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 72279 meets 11/18-12/11)

IEME 208L TRAUMA SKILLS (LABORATORY)

Corequisite: EME 208 Prerequisite: Admission into Paramedic program Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

(1.0 unit)

TTh TTh

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

ESC-820 ESC-820

STAFF

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 72280 must also register for EME 208 lecture, Class Number 72279. Class Number 72280 has a material fee of $15. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72280 meets at Palomar College Escondido 72281

TTh TTh

(Class Number 72280 meets 11/19-12/10) 8-11:50am ESC-821 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-821

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 72281 must also register for EME 208 lecture, Class Number 72279. Class Number 72281 has a material fee of $15. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72281 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73259

TTh TTh

(Class Number 72281 meets 11/19-12/10) 8-11:50am ESC-819 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-819

LAB LAB

Students enrolled in Class Number 73259 must also register for EME 208 lecture, Class Number 72279. Class Number 73259 has a material fee of $15. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 73259 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73259 meets 11/19-12/10)

IEME 209L PARAMEDIC OB/PED SKILLS (LAB)

Corequisite: EME 209 Prerequisite: Admission into Paramedic program Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit. MWF MWF

8-11:50am 1-4:50pm

ESC-819 ESC-819

STAFF

(1.0 unit)

73430

(Class Number 73429 meets 8/26-9/9) 8-11:50am ESC-820 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-820

LAB LAB

MWF MWF

(Class Number 73430 meets 8/26-9/9) 8-11:50am ESC-821 STAFF 1-4:50pm ESC-821

LAB LAB

(1.5 units)

Corequisite: EME 207/207L or 208/208L Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

Advisor: A. Gerwig, phone ext. 3644, agerwig@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

70186

W

11-11:50am

NS-258

GERWIG A

IENGR 101 AUTOCAD INTRO CMPTR AID DRAFT

LEC

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as DT 101 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73707 73709

F F F T T Th

9-10:20am 10:30-11:50am 12:30-3:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 12:30-3:20pm

E-10 E-10 E-10 E-10 E-10 E-10

TALONE A TALONE A

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

E-10 E-10 E-10

TALONE A TALONE A

LEC LAB LAB

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

ESC-101 ESC-101 ESC-101

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

TALONE A TALONE A

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73711

M M W

ESCONDIDO/Day 73713

T T Th

Class Number 73713 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IENGR 102 ADVANCED AUTOCAD

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DT/ENGR 101 Cross listed as DT 102 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

E-10 E-10 E-10

CIONKA T CIONKA T

IENGR 103 SOLIDWORKS INTRO TO 3D DESIGN

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73723

73721

M M W

12-1:20pm 1:30-2:50pm 12-2:50pm

E-13 E-13 E-13

LUTZ D LUTZ D

LEC LAB LAB

T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

E-13 E-13 E-13

CHAN C CHAN C

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DT 103 Cross listed as DT 104 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73725 STAFF

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day

ESCONDIDO/Day ESC-822

LAB

ENGINEERING

IENGR 104 SOLIDWORKS ADVANCED 3D DESIGN

(Class Number 73431 meets 8/26-9/9)

TBA

STAFF

SAN MARCOS/Evening

Class Number 73431 will NOT meet on Sep. 6. Class Number 73431 will also meet on Sep. 5.

72414

ESC-822

(Class Number 72165 meets 8/19-1/19)

73719

MWF MWF

IEME 211 CLINICAL INTEGRATION I

TBA

Arrange 432 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Class Number 72165 meets at Palomar College Escondido

Cross listed as DT 103 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Class Number 73430 will NOT meet on Sep. 6. Class Number 73430 will also meet on Sep. 5. 73431

(9.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening LAB LAB

Class Number 73429 will NOT meet on Sep. 6. Class Number 73429 will also meet on Sep. 5.

LEC/LAB

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘B’, or concurrent enrollment in EME 210 Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

ESCONDIDO/Day 73429

INSTRUCTOR

IENGR 100 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING

ESCONDIDO/Day 72280

LOC

IEME 215 FIELD INTERNSHIP

72165 8:30-11:50am 1-5:10pm

TIME

ESCONDIDO/Day

ESCONDIDO/Day 72279

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(4.5 units)

Corequisite: EME 208L and EME 212 Prerequisite: Admission into Paramedic program Emergency Medical Education classes may not be taken as an audit.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IEME 208 PARAMEDIC TRAUMA TRNG (LEC)

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

LAB

Arrange 72 hours with instructor. Class Number 72414 meets at Palomar College Escondido

M M W

12-1:20pm 1:30-2:50pm 12-2:50pm

E-13 E-13 E-13

LUTZ D LUTZ D

LEC LAB LAB

(Class Number 72414 meets 9/23-1/19)

www.palomar.edu

47

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IENGR 235 ENGINEERING MECHANICS-STATICS

English Flow Chart

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PHYS 230 and MATH 140

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70851

English Placement Exam Students may be placed in English 10, 50 or 100 depending upon assessment of their skills.

TTh

11-12:20pm

Q-10

GERWIG A

LEC

ENGLISH

CREDIT CLASSES

Any student wishing to earn an A.A. degree must complete English 100 with a grade of C or better. The student must participate in the English placement process before enrolling in any English or English as a Second Language composition class except ENG 10, 110 and 150. The eligibility will indicate whether the student may enroll in ENG 50 or ENG 100. Students whose first language is not English may find, however, that ESL instruction meets their needs better than immediate enrollment in ENG 10 or 50. Such students may take one or more ESL classes (ESL 101, 102, 103) instead; then by again participating in the English placement process, they may qualify for ENG 50 or ENG 100. Non-resident international students may be required to take one or more classes of English as a Second Language. Students should sign up for English assessment as soon as possible because some students may take three or more semesters to finish the competence requirements in English. Contact the Assessment Center for the English assessment schedule, ext. 2476.

English 10

ESCONDIDO CENTER

English 50 “C” or better in English 10

IENG 10 ENGLISH ESSENTIALS

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day Transfer Level: Courses above English 50 accepted at UC and CSU.

SITES

English 100 “C” or better in English 50 (English 100 required for an AA Degree)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

English 202 “C” or better in English 100 Students read and write about non-fiction.

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day MW MW

8-8:50am 9-11:50am

E-10 E-10

LUTZ D LUTZ D

LEC LAB

IENGR 126 INTRO ELECTRIC/COMP ENGINEERNG

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70969

M W

2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

Q-10 Q-10

GERWIG A GERWIG A

NONCREDIT

IENGR 151 CAD/CAM MACHINING

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day T T Th

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 9:30-12:20pm

E-10 E-10 E-10

LUTZ D LUTZ D

IENGR 226 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD DESIGN

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

Cross listed as DT 226 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

48

M M W

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

71870 71783 71809 71782 71786 71784

TTh MW MW MW TTh MW

11-12:50pm 11-12:50pm 11-12:50pm 12-1:50pm 12-1:50pm 1-2:50pm

A-18 SW-2 P-5 P-30 HS-110 TCB-3

ST DENNIS A CORY A ORTON B INGHAM C INGHAM C JAPTOK M

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

71785 71789 71790

TTh MW T T Th MW TTh MW TTh M W W

1-2:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-2:50pm 3-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 3-4:50pm 3-4:50pm 3:30-5:20pm 4-5:50pm 4-5:50pm 4-4:50pm 5-5:50pm

P-9 P-9 Q-2 BE-6 Q-2 HS-206 HS-208 HS-207 P-30 P-9 P-9 BE-6

CORY A JONES B VERSACI R

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-8:50pm 9-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

P-1 HS-110 P-5 BE-6 P-9

MORENO A THOMPSON C THOMPSON C HISHMEH JR. R

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

8-11:50am

ESC-202

JONES B

LEC

71791 71792 73527 71787 71793

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

STAFF STAFF

HISHMEH JR. R ANDERSON C ST DENNIS A ZACHARIAS G GUTIERREZ S

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

LEC LAB LAB

JAPTOK M INGHAM C FELL C WILLIAMS R STAFF

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71810 71889 71848 71812

M T Th Th W

ESCONDIDO/Day 71778

73251 E-13 E-13 E-13

ORTON B FAZIO-DIBENEDETTO D

ENG 10, Class Number 71784, is linked with READ 50 - Reading Improvement, Class Number 71798. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

71781

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73729

HS-206 P-9 P-9 F-2 P-5 P-7 BE-6 P-7 P-30 HS-206

LEC LAB

Cross listed as DT/WELD 151 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73705

7-8:50am 7:30-9:20am 8-11:50am 8-11:50am 9-10:50am 9-10:50am 9-9:50am 10-10:50am 11-11:50am 11-11:50am

ENG 10, Class Number 71780, is linked with READ 50 - Reading Improvement, Class Number 71796. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in DT/ENGR 101 Cross listed as DT 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73727

MW MW S F TTh M W W MW TTh

71780

English 203 “C” or better in English 100 Students read and write about fiction.

IENGR 110 TECHNICAL DRAFTING I/AUTOCAD

71788 71777 71841 71811 71890 71779

S TTh MW

Class Number 71778 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:15-10:05am

ESC-402

BELLIS T

LEC

Class Number 71781 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-706

THOWSEN L

LEC

Class Number 73251 meets at Palomar College Escondido


Learning for Success

71813

W

6-9:50pm

ESC-701

O’DOHERTY F

LEC

Class Number 71813 meets at Palomar College Escondido

DAY

MW

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-M

CARLTON R

LEC

Class Number 71814 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside (Class Number 71814 meets 8/19-10/14)

IENG 50 INTRODUCTORY COMPOSITION

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENG 10 or eligibility determined through the English placement process Recommended preparation: Eligibility for or concurrent enrollment in READ 50

SAN MARCOS/Day 70736 71377 70742 70739 70741 70743 70745 70746 73265

T Th Th MW TTh TTh M W F S M W W TTh MW

7-8:50am 7-7:50am 8-8:50am 7-8:50am 7-8:50am 7:30-9:20am 8-9:20am 8-9:20am 8-8:50am 8-11:50am 9-10:50am 9-9:50am 10-10:50am 9-10:50am 9-10:50am

P-5 P-5 BE-6 HS-203 P-7 HS-203 P-3 P-3 BE-6 P-30 O-11 P-7 BE-6 P-7 HS-203

ORTON B

MW TTh M W W MW F M M W MW T T Th MW M W W T Th Th TTh MW TTh M M W

11-12:50pm 12-1:50pm 12-1:50pm 12-12:50pm 1-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:20pm 1-1:50pm 2-2:50pm 1-2:50pm 1-2:50pm 1-1:50pm 2-2:50pm 1-2:50pm 1-2:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-2:50pm 3-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-2:50pm 3-3:50pm 3-4:50pm 3-4:50pm 3-4:50pm 4-4:50pm 5-5:50pm 4-5:50pm

NS-360 BES-1 HS-110 HS-110 BE-6 P-7 BE-6 NS-360 BE-6 NS-360 P-5 P-7 BE-6 P-7 O-12 P-1 P-1 BE-6 NS-260 NS-260 BE-6 P-9 P-7 P-7 P-30 BE-6 P-30

SMITH JR R WENZELL J MARTIN D

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC SPIRITO J LEC LEC MCGUINNESS J LEC LEC LEC ZACHARIAS G LEC MINAMIDE E LEC LEC LEC SMITH JR R LEC MARTIN D LEC LEC LEC PAES DE BARROS D LEC LEC LEC LARSON J LEC BRAMAN J LEC MINAMIDE E LEC MCWILLIAMS M LEC LEC LEC

6-6:50pm 7-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-7:50pm 8-8:50pm 9-9:50pm 6-6:50pm 7-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

BE-6 P-5 P-7 P-5 BE-6 P-5 BE-6 P-3 P-9 NS-260 NS-260

SNELL G

8-11:50am

ESC-103

TYSON D

DURAN E GOWEN B GAGNON J WILBURN E SCHNARR A MOLINA J ZACHARIAS G DURAN E

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

ENG 50, Class Number 73265, is linked with READ 51 - Mastering Reading Skills, Class Number 73387. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

70974 71378 70748

70749 71379 70750 70751 70760 70752 70753 73529 70754 70755 70756

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70757 71380 70758 70762 70763 73528 71192

M M T T T T W W Th Th W

LEC LEC BUFFINGTON K LEC MCDONOUGH P LEC LEC LEC BRAMAN J LEC LEC BAKER J LEC MECUCCI L LEC MCWILLIAMS M LEC

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

LEARNING COMMUNITIES:

SITES/Evening 71814

TIME

Innovation in Education English classes are available in the following Learning Communities. The linked classes in each Learning Community must be taken together. For more information, see the Learning Communities section of this class schedule.

Foundational Skills LC 4

71784 English 10 - English Essentials 71798 Reading 50 - Reading Improvement

Foundational Skills LC 5

71780 English 10 - English Essentials 71796 Reading 50 - Reading Improvement

Foundational Skills LC 6

73265 English 50 – Introductory Composition 73387 Reading 51 – Mastering Reading Skills

Transfer-Level LC 3

71384 English 100 - English Composition 73247 English 270 - Popular Literature/ Lost Highway—the Road Story in Contemporary Literature 70738 70747 73252 70740

MW TTh MW TTh

8:15-10:05am

ESC-403

THOWSEN L

LEC

Class Number 70738 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:15-10:05am

ESC-105

EPSTEIN-CORBIN S LEC

Class Number 70747 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-805

WILBURN E

LEC

Class Number 73252 meets at Palomar College Escondido

1:45-3:35pm

ESC-303

O’DOHERTY F

LEC

Class Number 70740 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71643 70759 70764

W T M

6-9:50pm

ESC-301

SNELL G

LEC

Class Number 71643 meets at Palomar College Escondido

6-9:50pm

ESC-402

O’DOHERTY F

LEC

Class Number 70759 meets at Palomar College Escondido

6-9:50pm

ESC-804

WOLFE K

LEC

Class Number 70764 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 70761 70737

M MW

6-9:50pm

FUHS

RODRIGUEZ M

LEC

Class Number 70761 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-S

ANDERSON C

LEC

Class Number 70737 meets at Camp Pendleton South (Class Number 70737 meets 10/21-12/16)

IENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENG 50 or eligibility determined through the English placement process

SAN MARCOS/Day 73553

DE

INTERNET HISHMEH JR. R

LEC

70163

DE

INTERNET O’DOHERTY F

LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Saturday, August 17, from 2-4:00 p.m. in BE-6. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/rhishmeh/homepage/Home.html This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Saturday, August 17, from 8-10:00 a.m. in BE-6. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/english/odoherty/Welcome.html

ESCONDIDO/Day 70744

S

GENERAL INFO

ESCONDIDO/Evening

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

LEC

Class Number 70744 meets at Palomar College Escondido

www.palomar.edu

NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

49


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

GENERAL INFO

70164

TIME

DE

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

INTERNET THOMPSON C

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Saturday, August 17, from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in BE-6. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/cthompson

70166

DE

INTERNET PANISH J

CREDIT CLASSES

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Saturday, August 17, from 12-2:00 p.m. in BE-6. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://faculty.palomar.edu/jpanish/Site/Default.html

ESCONDIDO CENTER

71648 70147 70152 70142 71040 73537 71651 71647

70161 70162 71232 71381 70159 71185

SITES

70144 70153

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

71039 73254 71728 71384

TTh TTh MW TTh TTh MW F F F F S MW F MW TTh M M W T Th Th MW F M T WTh MTWTh TTh TTh T T Th

7-8:50am 7-8:50am 7-8:50am 7:30-9:20am 7:30-9:20am 7:30-9:20am 8-11:50am 8-8:50am 9-9:50am 10-11:50am 8-11:50am 8-9:20am 8-8:50am 9-10:50am 9-10:50am 9-9:50am 10-10:50am 9-10:50am 9-10:50am 9-9:50am 10-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:20am 10-10:50am 10-10:50am 10-10:50am 11-11:50am 11-12:50pm 11-12:50pm 11-11:50am 12-12:50pm 11-12:50pm

HS-205 P-3 P-5 P-1 P-9 P-1 P-9 TCB-3 BE-1 TCB-3 BES-5 MD-328 P-3 HS-206 HS-207 BE-6 P-5 P-5 P-30 P-30 BE-6 P-3 P-3 BE-6 HS-110 P-30 P-1 NS-260 P-30 BE-6 TCB-3 TCB-3

CHECKETT H

LEC

70155 73536 70992 70139 71105

NONCREDIT

70151 70160 70707 71385 70148 70146 70156

GENERAL INFO

70157 70158 70141 70149

50

MW M W T Th Th MW MW TTh T T Th MW MW F MW TTh TTh TTh M M W MW TTh MW T Th Th

11-11:50am 12-12:50pm 12-12:50pm 11-12:50pm 11-11:50am 12-12:50pm 11-12:50pm 12-1:50pm 12-1:50pm 12-12:50pm 1-1:50pm 12-1:50pm 12-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:20pm 1-2:50pm 1-2:50pm 1-2:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-2:50pm 3-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 3-4:50pm 3-4:50pm 3-3:50pm 4-4:50pm

P-3 BE-6 P-3 P-5 P-5 BE-6 TCB-3 NS-260 P-1 BE-6 NS-360 NS-360 P-1 P-9 P-9 P-3 HS-208 A-18 P-1 HS-208 BE-6 HS-208 BES-5 P-3 P-3 HS-110 HS-110 MD-331

LEC

LEC

DALRYMPLE W MILLER BALE L

LEC LEC EPSTEIN-CORBIN S LEC FOSTER C LEC HEADLEY C LEC LEC LEC DALRYMPLE M LEC SPIRITO J LEC LEC ZOLLIKER S LEC PAES DE BARROS D LEC VERSACI R LEC LEC LEC ORTON B LEC LEC LEC FAZIO-DIBENEDETTO D LEC LEC PILCH J LEC LEC LEC PILCH J LEC STAFF LEC POTRATZ D LEC SMITH C LEC LEC LEC

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

DE GENNARO J FELL C STAFF JAPTOK M BACKMAN J MORRIS R AVNER R MONTAGNA K ZACHARIAS G POTRATZ D PANISH J PAULSEN K MOUSTAFA M COWPER D MONTAGNA K PACKARD C

71215 70140 70711 70150

SHELLENBERGER J LEC SHELLENBERGER J LEC

PAULSEN K

71107 71110

ENG 100, Class Number 71384, is linked with ENG 270 - Popular Literature, Class Number 73247. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

70145

CLASS#

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

70154

DAY

T Th Th MW T Th Th MW MW T T Th TTh

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

3-4:50pm TCB-3 WENZELL J 3-3:50pm TCB-3 4-4:50pm BE-6 3-5:20pm NS-360 MCGUINNESS J (Class Number 71110 meets 8/19-11/18) 4-5:50pm HS-206 REYNOLDS B 4-4:50pm HS-206 5-5:50pm BE-6 4-5:50pm HS-208 INGHAM C 4-5:50pm P-1 MOUSTAFA M 4-4:50pm BE-6 COWPER D 5-5:50pm P-1 4-5:50pm TCB-3 4-5:50pm P-3 CORY A

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71266 71644 71727 70167 70168 70169 70170 70932 70171 71043 70173 71383 71216 71189 73535 73538

Th M W W W W M Th M M M W Th T T T Th Th T

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-8:50pm 9-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-8:50pm 9-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-6:50pm 7-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

HS-110 P-30 P-30 BE-6 Q-2 BES-5 TCB-3 P-3 P-7 P-3 BE-6 HS-205 P-1 P-1 BE-6 BES-5 HS-208 P-7 NS-260

HISHMEH JR. R HETRICK K TALARICO R

BACKMAN J GAGNON J MECUCCI L

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

8:15-10:05am

ESC-104

ANDERSON A

LEC

BAKER J WALES S WASZAK S PACKARD C CHAGALA J FUHRMANN J DE GENNARO J TALARICO R CHAGALA J WILLIAMS R

ESCONDIDO/Day 71190 71645 70165 70940 71100 70993 71108 71111

TTh MW TTh MW MW TTh TTh MW

Class Number 71190 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:15-10:05am

ESC-501

REED R

LEC

Class Number 71645 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:15-10:05am

ESC-404

HANNON JR R

LEC

Class Number 70165 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:15-10:05am

ESC-402

NELSON K

LEC

Class Number 70940 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-103

NELSON K

LEC

Class Number 71100 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-103

JENKINS J

LEC

Class Number 70993 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-301

HANNON JR R

LEC

Class Number 71108 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-1:05pm

ESC-804

REED R

LEC

Class Number 71111 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73256 70931

TTh MW

(Class Number 71111 meets 8/19-11/4) 1:45-3:35pm ESC-104 JENKINS J

LEC

Class Number 73256 meets at Palomar College Escondido

2:15-4:05pm

ESC-403

SHABATAY V

LEC

Class Number 70931 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71646 73690 70172 70710

Th M T W

6-9:50pm

ESC-304

SHABATAY V

LEC

Class Number 71646 meets at Palomar College Escondido

6-9:50pm

ESC-303

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 73690 meets at Palomar College Escondido

6-9:50pm

ESC-303

PRONOVOST M

LEC

Class Number 70172 meets at Palomar College Escondido

6-9:50pm

ESC-402

WOLFE K

LEC

Class Number 70710 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 71045 70708

W MW

6-9:50pm

FUHS

RODRIGUEZ M

LEC

Class Number 71045 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-N

JOHNSON O

LEC

Class Number 70708 meets at Camp Pendleton North (Class Number 70708 meets 8/19-10/14)


Learning for Success

CPPEN-M

LEC/LAB

WASZAK S

LEC

Class Number 70709 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside (Class Number 70709 meets 10/17-12/12)

IENG 135 INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING

SAN MARCOS/Day 11-12:50pm

P-9

VERSACI R

LEC

P-9

SMITH C

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70712

M

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh M

P-9

VERSACI R

6-9:50pm

P-9

SMITH C

IENG 150 INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

Th

6-8:50pm

P-30

STAFF

IENG 202 CRITICAL THINKING/COMPOSITION Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENG 100

LEC

(4.0 units)

MW TTh MW MTWTh MW TTh TTh MW MW T T Th

7-8:50am 9-10:50am 9-10:50am 10-10:50am 11-12:50pm 12-1:50pm 1-2:50pm 2-3:50pm 3-4:50pm 4-4:50pm 5-5:50pm 4-5:50pm

HS-205 BES-1 TCB-3 NS-360 HS-208 HS-206 TCB-3 MD-320 TCB-3 NS-260 BE-6 NS-260

GOWEN B MAUNU L GOWEN B GUTIERREZ S KELBER B BELL A THOMPSON C CORY A HETRICK K SMITH C

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

P-3 P-5

MOLINA J BELL A

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70714 70716

T W

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

ESCONDIDO/Day 73253

TTh

8:15-10:05am

ESC-103

JENKINS J

LEC

Class Number 73253 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 73250

M

6-9:50pm

ESC-404

PRONOVOST M

LEC

Class Number 73250 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 71036

MW

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-M

JOHNSON O

LEC

Class Number 71036 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside (Class Number 71036 meets 10/21-12/16)

IENG 203 CRITICAL THINKNG/COMP THRU LIT Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENG 100

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70975 70814 70816 71101 70815 73532 73257

TTh TTh M W W MW TTh TTh MW

9-10:50am 11-12:50pm 1-2:50pm 1-1:50pm 2-2:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 3-4:50pm

NS-260 P-7 HS-206 HS-206 BE-6 P-30 HS-206 NS-360 P-5

PANISH J PANISH J BACKMAN J

NS-260

PAES DE BARROS D LEC

BELL A BELL A FILLMORE C MORRIS R

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70717

M

6-9:50pm

IENG 205 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

(3.0 units)

MW TTh MW MW

T

6-8:50pm

P-9

HISHMEH JR. R

LEC

71650

TTh

11-12:20pm

ESC-701

MILLER BALE L

LEC

Class Number 71650 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IENG 210 SURVEY/BRITISH LITERATURE I

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

70817

TTh

9:30-10:50am

P-9

MCDONOUGH P LEC

IENG 220 SURVEY OF WORLD LITERATURE I Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

(3.0 units)

70936

9-10:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

P-3

PAES DE BARROS D

IENG 225 LITERATURE OF THE U.S. I

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

11-12:20pm

P-3

PAES DE BARROS D

IENG 250 INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day MW

9:30-10:50am

P-1

CORY A

IENG 260 LITERATURE THROUGH FILM

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73248

W

6-8:50pm

HS-208

BACKMAN J

IENG 270 POPULAR LITERATURE

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

SAN MARCOS/Day 73247

TTh

2-3:20pm

P-5

SMITH C

LEC

Emphasis is on Lost Highway - the Road Story in Contemporary Literature. ENG 270, Class Number 73247, is linked with ENG 100 - English Composition, Class Number 71384. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

IENG 290 COMIC BOOKS AS LITERATURE

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

SAN MARCOS/Day 71676

MW

11-12:20pm

P-9

VERSACI R

LEC

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Students whose first language is not English are advised to participate in an English assessment process given by the English as a Second Language Department before enrolling in any English or ESL class. The assessment process for ESL classes takes place at the location where the class is offered. For information about assessment dates and times, students should contact the ESL Department office in San Marcos at 760 744-1150, ext. 2272; Escondido at 760 744-1150, ext. 8114; or Fallbrook at 760 7441150, ext. 7806.

IESL 9 ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION I

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73371

MW

11-12:20pm

A-11

FUNG T

IESL 10 ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION II

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70187

MW

12:30-1:50pm

A-11

IESL 12 ESL GRAMMAR SKILLS I

FUNG T

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71679

TTh

11-12:20pm

A-14

IESL 13 ESL GRAMMAR SKILLS II

LOWTHER C

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 71316 70181 70182 70718

70183

70185

SAN MARCOS/Day 71386 70177 71649 70180 73255 70175 70178 70934 73249 70933

SAN MARCOS/Evening

70184

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70174

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day 11-12:50pm

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70713

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

6-9:50pm

IENG 136 INTERMEDIATE CREATIVE WRITING

70677

LOC

NS-260 P-3 P-9 P-7

STAFF SMITH C AVNER R FILLMORE C

LEC LEC LEC LEC

CREDIT CLASSES

TTh

TIME

ESCONDIDO CENTER

70678

DAY

ESCONDIDO/Day (4.0 units)

Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENG 100

CLASS#

GENERAL INFO

6-9:50pm

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

TTh

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

70709

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

71561

TTh

9:30-10:50am

A-12

HOSAKA H

LEC

A-12

TARMAS S

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71680

MW

7-8:20pm

www.palomar.edu

51

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

LEARNING COMMUNITIES: LEAPSTART to Success

CREDIT CLASSES

LEAPSTART is a year-long learning community designed to help ESL students at Palomar College be successful and accelerate through the Academic ESL sequence. The linked classes in the Learning Community must be taken together. For Spring 2014, students will enroll in ESL 102 (Academic Writing II) and Reading 110 (Power Reading).

ESCONDIDO CENTER

70188 English as a Second Language 101 – Written Communication I 70196 English as a Second Language 131 – Academic Reading for ESL II

TIME

73735

72419

W MT W Th

6:30-7:20pm 6:30-8:50pm 7:30-8:50pm 6:30-8:50pm

A-19 A-19 A-19 HS-207

LOPEZ M LOPEZ M

LEC LAB LAB LAB

Th MTW Th

4:20-5:25pm 4:20-6:50pm 5:35-6:50pm

ESC-207 ESC-405 ESC-207

PIZZORNO M PIZZORNO M

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72419 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 72419 meets 8/26-12/10)

IESL 98.2 CAREER TRACK ESL II

72364

5:20-6:50pm

ESC-206

MULLENS J

LEC

W MTTh W

8:30-9:20am 8:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am

A-19 A-19 A-19

FURCH M FURCH M

LEC LAB LAB

72420

Th MTW Th

4:20-5:25pm 4:20-6:50pm 5:35-6:50pm

ESC-207 ESC-405 ESC-207

PIZZORNO M PIZZORNO M

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72420 meets at Palomar College Escondido

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 11-12:20pm

A-5

STAFF

IESL 20 ACADEMIC SPEAKING/LISTENING

LEC

(3.0 units)

SITES

Recommended preparation: N ESL 303 or eligibility determined through the English as a Second Language placement process

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

8-9:20am

MD-221

TARMAS S

IESL 45 READING/WRITING ESSENTIALS I

LEC

(5.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

71882

M W W

8:30-10:50am 8:30-9:20am 9:30-10:50am

P-30 MD-104 O-11

FUNG T

LEC LEC LEC

MD-229 NS-359

CASTILLO M

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71883

T Th

7-9:20pm 7-9:20pm

LEC LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71880

TTh

7-9:30pm

ESC-206

MULLENS J

LEC

Class Number 71880 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 71880 meets 8/27-12/12)

IESL 55 READING/WRITING ESSENTIALS II

(5.0 units)

Prerequiste: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ESL 35, or ESL 45, or eligibility determined through the English as a Second Language placement process

SAN MARCOS/Day 71559 71560

MW TTh

8:30-10:50am 11-1:20pm

A-12 A-12

LOWTHER C LAWSON L

LEC LEC

MD-331 MD-221

FUNG T

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71589

T Th

7-9:20pm 7-9:20pm

NONCREDIT

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71558

M W

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

ESC-405 ESC-207

LAWSON L

LEC LEC

Class Number 71558 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 71558 meets 8/26-12/11)

IESL 98.1 CAREER TRACK ESL I

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

GENERAL INFO

72321

52

W MTTh W

(4.0 units)

ESCONDIDO/Day

IESL 14 ESL GRAMMAR SKILLS III

71856

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO/Day

Class Number 71678 meets at Palomar College Escondido

TTh

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Evening

(Class Number 71678 meets 8/27-12/10)

71370

LOC

SAN MARCOS/Day

ESCONDIDO/Evening TTh

DAY

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ESL 98.1 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Transfer-Level LC 1

71678

CLASS#

(Class Number 72420 meets 8/26-12/10)

IESL 101 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION I

SAN MARCOS/Day 71267 70189 70188

A-19 A-19 A-19

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

FURCH M FURCH M

LEC LAB LAB

TTh TTh MW

8:30-10:50am 12:30-2:50pm 1:30-3:50pm

SW-2 A-11 A-18

LOWTHER C FURCH M LAWSON L

LEC LEC LEC

HS-207

POUPARD M

LEC

ESC-206

STAFF

LEC

ESL 101, Class Number 70188, is linked with ESL 131 - Academic Reading for ESL II, Class Number 70196. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70190

MW

6-8:20pm

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71724

MW

7-9:30pm

Class Number 71724 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 71724 meets 8/26-12/11)

IESL 102 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION II

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ESL 101 or eligibility determined through the English as a Second Language placement process

SAN MARCOS/Day 71337 70192 70191

MW M W T Th

8:30-10:50am 12:30-2:50pm 12:30-2:50pm 1:30-3:50pm 1:30-3:50pm

MD-321 A-19 A-12 A-19 A-5

WOODWARD S WOODWARD S

HS-207 HS-203

POUPARD M

SOSA G

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70193

T Th

6-8:20pm 6-8:20pm

IESL 103 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION III

LEC LEC

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ESL 102 or eligibility determined through the English as a Second Language placement process

SAN MARCOS/Day 70194 70195

MW T Th

11-1:20pm 1:30-3:50pm 1:30-3:50pm

A-5 A-5 A-19

POUPARD M STAFF

LEC LEC LEC

A-12

CAROTHERS C

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71677

8:30-9:20am 8:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ESL 36, or ESL 55, or eligibility determined through the English as a Second Language placement process

TTh

6-8:20pm

IESL 130 ACADEMIC READING FOR ESL I

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73685

MW

11-12:20pm

Q-4

FURCH M

LEC


Learning for Success

70196

MW

11-12:20pm

A-12

LOWTHER C

LEC

ESL 131, Class Number 70196, is linked with ESL 101 - Written Communication I, Class Number 70188. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY Advisor: M. Mufson, phone ext. 2456, mmufson@palomar.edu

For more information, contact the Performing Arts Department, ext. 2316 and/or the Media Studies Department, ext. 2440.

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as TA 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71353

MW

1-1:50pm TBA

PAC-131 PAC-131

SINNOTT C SINNOTT C

LEC LAB

Arrange 4 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IENTT 107 LIGHTING FOR STAGE AND TV

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENTT/TA 105 Cross listed as TA 107 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. TTh TTh

1-1:50pm 2-3:20pm

PAC-131 PAC-131

BRECKENRIDGE B BRECKENRIDGE B

IENTT 112 BASIC SOUND REINFORCEMENT

1:30-3:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

D-10 D-10

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

GIRACELLO R GIRACELLO R

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENTT/MUS/TA 112 Cross listed as MUS/TA 114 8:30-10:40am

D-10

LEC LAB

(1.5 units)

LAB

(3.0 units)

12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 12:30-3:20pm

Q-1 Q-1 Q-1

BAKER G BAKER G

LEC LAB LAB

ENTT 120 has a material fee of $11 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IENTT 124 BEGINNING STAGE MANAGEMENT

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 100 Cross listed as DNCE/TA 124 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day F

M M W

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

MD-235 MD-235 MD-235

9-10:50am TBA

PAC-131 PAC-131

BANTA-FORD M LEC BANTA-FORD M LAB LAB

ENTT 130 has a material fee of $11 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in DBA 298B Cross listed as DBA 298C

SAN MARCOS/Day 72710

TBA

Q-1

HAHN P HAWKES A

LAB

Arrange 9 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. All students registered in ENTT 298C are required to attend a scheduled orientation on one of the following dates: Thursday, August 22, from 8-9:00 a.m. OR Wednesday, August 28, from 3-4:00 p.m. in Q-1.

ETHNIC STUDIES

See Africana Studies, American Indian Studies, Chicano Studies, Judaic Studies, and Multicultural Studies.

FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES Advisor: Solange B. Wasef, phone ext. 2345, swasef@palomar.edu See also Cooperative Education if employed.

(3.0 units)

DE

INTERNET LIBOLT R

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, August 23, from 5:30-6:20 p.m. in FCS-1. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70782

MW

12:30-1:50pm

MD-332

IFCS 150 FOOD AND CULTURE

GLASSMAN J

LEC

(3.0 units)

SINNOTT C SINNOTT C

70834

DE

INTERNET GUNTHER M

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IFCS 165 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION

SAN MARCOS/Day

73717

72355

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

Cross listed as DBA 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day

GIRACELLO R

IENTT 120 DIGITAL TELEVISION PRODUCTION

72354

(3.0 units)

IFCS 136 PERSONAL FINANCE

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

LEC/LAB

Cross listed as DBA 130 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Cross listed as BUS 136

IENTT 114 ADVANCED SOUND REINFORCEMENT

73572

IENTT 130 RADIO PRODUCTION

71947

SAN MARCOS/Day T Th

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

Cross listed as MUS/TA 112 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71174

LOC

IFCS 101 LIFE MANAGEMENT

SAN MARCOS/Day 71953

TIME

IENTT 298C ADVANCED BROADCAST INTERNSHIPS(3.0 units)

Individual courses are not repeatable. State Guidelines also limit the number of times a student may take courses with related content and similar primary educational activities. Therefore, some combinations of course work in Entertainment Technology have limitations on the number of times a student may enroll. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Entertainment Technology classes is available at http://www.palomar.edu/

IENTT 105 INTRO TO TECHNICAL THEATRE

DAY

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IESL 131 ACADEMIC READING FOR ESL II

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

Cross listed as HE 165

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70797

DE

INTERNET GERHARDT H

LEC

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 2:30-3:50pm

O-13 Q-4 Q-4 Q-4 Q-4 Q-4 Q-4

CRAFT L WASEF S WASEF S WASEF S WASEF S STAFF SCHULTZ J

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

Q-4

SCHULTZ J

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70731 70705 71693 71694 71695 73461 73460

TTh MW TTh TTh MW TTh MW

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70835

W

6-8:50pm

www.palomar.edu

SITES

LOC

53

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IFCS 185 SCIENCE OF HUMAN NUTRITION

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as BIOL 185

DE

INTERNET SCHULTZ J

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71943

TTh

11-12:20pm

FCS-1

WASEF S

LEC

LEC

CREDIT CLASSES

Advisor: Cristina Tejeda, phone ext. 2357, ctejeda@palomar.edu and Rita Campo Griggs, phone ext. 2347, rcampogriggs@palomar.edu See also Cooperative Education if employed. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IFASH 90 DESIGN COLLECTION

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Recommended preparation: At least one of the following courses: FASH 135, 136, 139, 145 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day F

9:30-10:50am

NB-1

F F

11-11:50am 12:30-3:50pm

NB-1 NB-1

BHATT C HEBERT J BHATT C HEBERT J

IFASH 100 FASHION INDUSTRY

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73266

MW

9:30-10:50am

SITES

FCS-1

CAMPO GRIGGS R

FCS-1

CAMPO GRIGGS R

GALLI N

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72046

W

6-8:50pm

Optional trip to California Apparel Mart, $26.

IFASH 105 FASH ANALYSIS/CLOTHING SELCTN

LEC

(3.0 units)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

MW

11-12:20pm

FCS-1

CAMPO GRIGGS R

IFASH 106 ELEMENTARY STAGE COSTUME

LEC

9:30-11:20am PAC-213 11:30-12:20pm PAC-213 9:30-12:20pm PAC-213

PIERSON S PIERSON S

IFASH 110 TEXTILES

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72048

Th Th

12:30-2:50pm 3-4:20pm

FCS-1 FCS-1

CAMPO GRIGGS R CAMPO GRIGGS R

IFASH 115 VISUAL MERCHANDISING I

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72050

T

12:30-3:20pm

FCS-1

CAMPO GRIGGS R

IFASH 119 FASHION BUYING/MANAGEMENT I

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

NONCREDIT

72912

TTh

9:30-10:50am

FCS-1

FREESE S

IFASH 130 HISTORY OF FASHION/COSTUME

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72293

DE

INTERNET GALLI N

GENERAL INFO

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, August 23, from 4-5:20 p.m. in FCS-1. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72754

DE

INTERNET GALLI N

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, August 23, from 4-5:20 p.m. in FCS-1. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

54

FCS-1

LEC/LAB

GALLI N

LEC

(3.0 units)

MW TTh

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am

NS-138 NB-2

TEJEDA C STAFF

IFASH 135 BASIC SEWING CONSTRUCTION

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: FASH 165 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72229

T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

NB-1 NB-1 NB-1

TEJEDA C TEJEDA C

LEC LAB LAB

Students enrolled in FASH 135, Class Number 72229 must also be concurrently enrolled in FASH 165, Class Number 72347. Class Number 72229 has a material fee of $49. See instructor first day of class for information.

IFASH 136 ADVANCED SEWING CONSTRUCTION

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: FASH 165 Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FASH 135 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72298

T T Th

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

NB-1 NB-1 NB-1

ROBERTS M ROBERTS M

LEC LAB LAB

Students enrolled in FASH 136 must also be concurrently enrolled in FASH 165, Class Number 72402. Class Number 72298 has a material fee of $49. See instructor first day of class for information.

IFASH 139 PATTERN MAKING/FASHION DESIGN

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: FASH 167 Recommended preparation: FASH 135 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

72187

M M W

3:30-4:50pm 5-6:20pm 3:30-6:20pm

NB-1 NB-1 NB-1

IMAIZUMI K IMAIZUMI K

LEC LAB LAB

Students enrolled in FASH 139 must also be concurrently enrolled in FASH 167, Class Number 72506. Class Number 72187 has a material fee of $49. See instructor first day of class for information.

SAN MARCOS/Day M M W

8-9:20am

INSTRUCTOR

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENTT/TA 105 Cross listed as TA 106 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71722

LOC

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 72047

MW

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day 72130 73499

FASHION

73271

72052

DAY

IFASH 132 COSTUME AND CULTURE

SAN MARCOS/Day 71945

CLASS#

LEC

IFASH 145 FASH ILLUSTRATION/PRESENTATION

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72053

M M W

12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 12:30-3:20pm

NB-1 NB-1 NB-1

TEJEDA C TEJEDA C

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72053 has a material fee of $25. See instructor first day of class for information.

IFASH 148 DIGITAL DESIGN FOR FASHION

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72507

T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

FCS-1 FCS-1 FCS-1

HEBERT J HEBERT J

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72507 has a material fee of $35. See instructor first day of class for information.

IFASH 149 FINE DRESSMAKING

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: FASH 165 Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FASH 136 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73277 LEC

T T Th

5-6:20pm 6:30-7:50pm 5-7:50pm

NB-1 NB-1 NB-1

ROBERTS M ROBERTS M

LEC LAB LAB

Students enrolled in FASH 149 must also be concurrently enrolled in FASH 165, Class Number 72558. Class Number 73277 has a material fee of $49. See instructor first day of class for information.


Learning for Success

SAN MARCOS/Day 72347

TTh

11-12:20pm

NB-1

TEJEDA C

LAB

72402

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

NB-1

TEJEDA C

LAB

Students enrolled in FASH 165, Class Number 72347 must also be concurrently enrolled in FASH 135, Class Number 72229. Students enrolled in FASH 165, Class Number 72402 must also be concurrently enrolled in FASH 136, Class Number 72298.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72558

TTh

8-9:20pm

NB-1

STAFF

LAB

Students enrolled in FASH 165, Class Number 72558 must also be concurrently enrolled in FASH 149, Class Number 73277.

IFASH 167 PATTERN-MAKING LABORATORY Corequisite: FASH 139 or 141

(0.5 units)

W

6:30-7:50pm

NB-1

IMAIZUMI K

LAB

Students enrolled in FASH 167, Class Number 72506 must also be concurrently enrolled in FASH 139, Class Number 72187.

FIRE TECHNOLOGY

Advisor: B.Vanwey, phone ext. 1703, bvanwey@palomar.edu For information regarding Fire Technology, Fire Academy and State Fire Marshal classes, call 760 744-1150, ext. 1770. The Public Safety Training Center (PSTC) is located at 182 Santar Place, San Marcos.

IFIRE 51 FIRE ACADEMY PREPARATION

(2.0 units)

FIRE 51 may not be taken as an audit. Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SITES/Evening 72320

5:30-6:20pm

PSTC-2B

M

6:30-9:20pm

PSTC-2B

BARRON D THOMPSON G BARRON D THOMPSON G

LEC LAB

Class Number 72320 meets at Public Safety Training Center

(2.0 units)

FIRE 98 may not be taken as an audit. Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. PFIRE PFIRE

HITCHCOCK K HITCHCOCK K

TBA TBA

SMFIRE SMFIRE

VANWEY B VANWEY B

LEC LAB

LEC LAB

Arrange 80 hours with instructor. Class Number 72948 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72948 meets at City of San Marcos Fire Dept.

72946

TBA TBA

NCFFD NCFFD

LANE G LANE G

LEC LAB

Arrange 80 hours with instructor. Class Number 72946 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72946 meets at N Co. Fire Protection District

72944

TBA TBA

RSFFD RSFFD

DAVIDSON B DAVIDSON B

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

TBA TBA

ENCFD ENCFD

DAVIDSON B DAVIDSON B

LEC LAB

72940

TBA TBA

ESCFIRE ESCFIRE

SLAVEN K SLAVEN K

LEC LAB

TBA TBA

SOLFD SOLFD

DAVIDSON B DAVIDSON B

LEC LAB

TBA TBA

VTAFD VTAFD

EASTERLING M EASTERLING M

LEC LAB

TBA TBA

OCSFD OCSFD

KOGERMAN W KOGERMAN W

LEC LAB

Arrange 80 hours with instructor. Class Number 72940 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72940 meets at City of Escondido Fire Dept. Arrange 64 hours with instructor. Class Number 72938 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72938 meets at City of Solana Beach Fire Dept

72936

Arrange 64 hours with instructor. Class Number 72936 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72936 meets at City of Vista Fire Department Arrange 80 hours with instructor. Class Number 72776 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72776 meets at City of Oceanside Fire Dept.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

Arrange 80 hours with instructor. Class Number 72950 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72950 meets at Poway Fire Department

72948

LOC

IFIRE 100 FIRE PROTECTION ORGANIZATION

SITES/Day TBA TBA

TIME

Arrange 80 hours with instructor. Class Number 72942 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72942 meets at City of Encinitas Fire Dept.

72776

M

IFIRE 98 FIRE SERVICE SKILLS

72950

72942

72938

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72506

DAY

LEC LAB

Arrange 80 hours with instructor. Class Number 72944 is intended for people that have completed the Fire Academy and have the proper experience to complete fire service skills. This class also requires all the proper safety gear such as turn-outs and a breathing apparatus. Class Number 72944 meets at Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protectio

72055

DE

INTERNET STAFF

LEC

6:30-9:20pm

PSTC-2A

LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 12, from 9-10:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

SITES/Evening 72314 72056 72054

M Th W

STAFF

Class Number 72314 meets at Public Safety Training Center

6:30-9:20pm

PSTC-2A

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 72056 meets at Public Safety Training Center

6:30-9:20pm

PSTC-2A

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 72054 meets at Public Safety Training Center

IFIRE 101 FIREFIGHTER SAFETY

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FIRE 100

GENERAL INFO

(1.0 unit)

Corequisite: FASH 135 or 136

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IFASH 165 SEWING LABORATORY

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

SITES/Evening 72881

T

6:30-9:20pm

PSTC-2A

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 72881 meets at Public Safety Training Center

IFIRE 115 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS I

(3.0 units)

SITES/Evening 72548

M

6-8:50pm

PSTC-3A

STAFF

LEC

NONCREDIT

DAY

Class Number 72548 meets at Public Safety Training Center

IFIRE 118 FIRE PREVENTION TECHNOLOGY

(3.0 units)

SITES/Evening 72057 72313

T W

6-8:50pm

PSTC-1A

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 72057 meets at Public Safety Training Center

6-8:50pm

PSTC-1A

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 72313 meets at Public Safety Training Center

www.palomar.edu

55

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IFIRE 120 BUILDNG CONSTR/FIRE PROTECTION

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

SITES/Evening 72058

M

6:30-9:20pm

PSTC-1A

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 72058 meets at Public Safety Training Center

IFIRE 130 FIRE PROTECTION EQUIP/SYSTEMS

(3.0 units)

SITES/Evening 72059

Th

6:30-9:20pm

PSTC-1A

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 72059 meets at Public Safety Training Center

CREDIT CLASSES

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FIRE 100

SITES/Day TTh

8-9:20am

PSTC-2A

LOFTHOUSE C

LEC

Class Number 72389 meets at Public Safety Training Center

IFIRE 132 FUNDAMENTALS OF EMERGENCY MGMT (3.0 units) Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FIRE 131

ESCONDIDO CENTER

SITES/Day 72418

TTh

9:30-10:50am

PSTC-2A

LOFTHOUSE C

LEC

Class Number 72418 meets at Public Safety Training Center

IFIRE 133 DISASTER MITIGATION

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FIRE 131

72417

TTh

11-12:20pm

PSTC-2A

LOFTHOUSE C

LEC

Class Number 72417 meets at Public Safety Training Center

IFIRE 142 FIRE ETHICS

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FIRE 100

SITES/Day

SITES

72769

MW

9:30-10:50am

PSTC-2A

LOFTHOUSE C

LEC

Class Number 72769 meets at Public Safety Training Center

IFIRE 151 FIRE FIGHTER I ACADEMY

(20.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in EME 106 or certification as an EMT I, and admission to the Fire Fighter I Academy program Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

SITES/Day 72060

MTThF W W MTThF MTThF

7:30-7:50am 7:30-11:20am 12-4:20pm 8-11:20am 12-4:20pm

PSTC-1A PSTC-1A PSTC-1A PSTC-1A PSTC-1A

BARRON D BARRON D

LEC LEC LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72060 meets at Public Safety Training Center (Class Number 72060 meets 8/19-12/9)

IFIRE 165 FUND/FIRE PROTECTION CHEMISTRY Recommended preparation: FIRE 100

(3.0 units)

MW

8-9:20am

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

(5.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70197

MW

8:30-10:50am TBA

F-8 F-1

OLIVIER T OLIVIER T

LEC LAB

11-1:20pm TBA

F-8 F-1

OLIVIER T OLIVIER T

LEC LAB

F-8 F-1

DIEKELMAN M DIEKELMAN M

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1. MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71182

MW

6:30-8:50pm TBA

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

IFREN 102 FRENCH II

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FREN 101 or two years of high school French Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70201

TTh

8:30-10:50am TBA

F-8 F-1

DEL VALLE-CALNAN A DEL VALLE-CALNAN A

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening TTh

6:30-8:50pm TBA

F-2 F-1

DALLE O DALLE O

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

IFREN 201 FRENCH III

LEC LAB

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in FREN 102 or three years of high school French Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70684

TTh

11-1:20pm TBA

F-8 F-1

DALLE O DALLE O

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

LEC LAB

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS See Geography

GEOGRAPHY

Advisors: D. Key, phone ext. 2515, dkey@palomar.edu; and C. Jain, phone ext. 2952, cjain@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IGEOG 100 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

SITES/Day 72261

TIME

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71711

SITES/Day

DAY

IFREN 101 FRENCH I

70199

IFIRE 131 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

72389

CLASS#

PSTC-2A

LOFTHOUSE C

LEC

Class Number 72261 meets at Public Safety Training Center

FIRST AID AND SAFETY See Emergency Medical Education and Health

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

No courses in Foreign Languages offered in Fall 2013. See also Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish

NONCREDIT

FRENCH

GENERAL INFO

LAB classes at San Marcos Campus: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 hours in the World Languages Department lab (room F-1) during lab hours. Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Closed Weekends and Holidays Lab hours subject to change. LAB classes at Education Centers: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 lab hours with instructor at first class meeting. For more information, call the World Languages Lab, 760 744-1150, ext. 2564.

71233 70838 70982 71117 71118 70203 70204

MW F TTh MW TTh TTh MW

8-9:20am 9-11:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm

NS-131 NS-135 NS-136 NS-127 NS-127 NS-135 NS-127

ST GEAN B JAIN C JAIN C ST GEAN B TAUGHER M JAIN C ST GEAN B

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

NS-136

TAUGHER M

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71664

W

6-8:50pm

IGEOG 100L PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY (1.0 unit) Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in GEOG 100

SAN MARCOS/Day 70205 70206 71279

Th T W

1-3:50pm 1-3:50pm 1-3:50pm

NS-127 NS-127 NS-127

TAUGHER M KEY D WYLIE D

IGEOG 103 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY

LAB LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71000

TTh

4:30-5:50pm

NS-131

ROSSITER J

IGEOG 105 INTRO TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70721 70808

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TTh TTh

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

NS-127 NS-135

ROSSITER J ROSSITER J

LEC LEC


Learning for Success

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71119

DE

INTERNET JAIN C

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, August 23, from 7-8:30 p.m. in NS-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/earthscience/cjain Exams will be held on campus.

71328

DE

INTERNET JAIN C

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, August 23, from 7-8:30 p.m. in NS-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/earthscience/cjain Exams will be held on campus.

LEC

11-12:20pm

KEY D

LEC

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

NS-127 NS-127

IGEOG 134 GIS APPLICATIONS/PROGRAMMING

(4.0 units)

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening Th Th

6-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

NS-127 NS-127

KLEIN M KLEIN M

IGEOG 136 INTERMEDIATE GIS ANALYSIS

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GEOG 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. W W

6-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

NS-127 NS-127

QUINLAN R QUINLAN R

IGEOG 138 GIS INTERNSHIP

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GEOG 120 TBA

NS-110G

STAFF

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. For information, contact the Earth, Space, and Aviation Sciences Department at 760 744-1150, ext. 2512.

73671

TBA

NS-110G

STAFF

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. For information, contact the Earth, Space, and Aviation Sciences Department at 760 744-1150, ext. 2512.

IGEOG 143 INTRODUCTION TO CARTOGRAPHY

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GEOG 120

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73633

F

6-7:50pm NS-127 LINDSAY D (Class Number 73633 meets 8/23-10/11)

LEC LEC LEC

(1.0 unit)

NS-125

STAFF

LAB

W

6:30-9:20pm

NS-125

STAFF

LAB

T

6:30-9:20pm

NS-125

DEEN P

LEC

GEOLOGY

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

9:30-10:50am

NS-125

PESAVENTO J

LEC

Required lecture notes $20. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the notes at the first class meeting.

GERMAN

LAB classes at San Marcos Campus: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 hours in the World Languages Department lab (room F-1) during lab hours. Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Closed Weekends and Holidays Lab hours subject to change. LAB classes at Education Centers: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 lab hours with instructor at first class meeting. For more information, call the World Languages Lab, 760 744-1150, ext. 2564.

IGERM 101 GERMAN I

(5.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day MW

11-1:20pm TBA

A-18 F-1

THULEEN N THULEEN N

LEC LAB

1:30-3:50pm TBA

F-8 F-1

MERSCH J MERSCH J

LEC LAB

HS-206 F-1

THULEEN N THULEEN N

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70208

TTh

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71064

SAN MARCOS/Day 71001

1-3:50pm

Cross listed as ASTR 120

73314

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71330

W

IGEOL 120 PLANETS, MOONS, AND COMETS

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GEOG 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71713

71449

71450

LEC

PERKINS E PERKINS E

STAFF STAFF STAFF

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Evening M T

NS-125 NS-125 NS-125

LEC/LAB

IGEOL 110 GEN GEOL:NATNL PARKS/MONUMENTS (3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: GEOG 100 and CSIT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70971

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Evening

73380 NS-117

11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

LOC

IGEOL 100L BASIC GEOLOGY LABORATORY

71046

SAN MARCOS/Day IGEOG 120 INTRO TO GIS AND GIS SOFTWARE

MW TTh TTh

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

Cross listed as ES 115 TTh

70207 73379 70720

DAY

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in GEOL 100

IGEOG 115 NTRL DISASTERS/ENVRMTL HAZARDS (3.0 units)

71234

CLASS#

GENERAL INFO

IGEOG 110 METEOROLOGY: WEATHER/CLIMATE

LEC/LAB

CREDIT CLASSES

INSTRUCTOR

ESCONDIDO CENTER

LOC

SITES

TIME

MW

6-8:20pm TBA

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

IGERM 102 GERMAN II

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GERM 101 or two years of high school German Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71230

TTh

6-8:20pm TBA

F-7 F-1

STAFF STAFF

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

IGERM 201 GERMAN III

LEC LAB

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GERM 102 or three years of high school German Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71725

MW

6-8:20pm TBA

MD-320 F-1

MERSCH J MERSCH J

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

LEC LAB

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

DAY

NONCREDIT

CLASS#

Advisor: P. Deen, phone ext. 2519, pdeen@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IGEOL 100 BASIC GEOLOGY

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71196

MW

9:30-10:50am

NS-125

PESAVENTO J

LEC

Required lecture notes $20. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the notes at the first class meeting.

www.palomar.edu

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PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

See also Graphic Communications Imaging and Publishing and Graphic Communications Multimedia and Web. See also Cooperative Education if employed.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72062

DE

INTERNET FOWLER G

CREDIT CLASSES

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/gfowler

72061

MW

(Class Number 72062 meets 8/19-10/15) 11-1:50pm MD-135 FOWLER G

LEC

LEC

(Class Number 72061 meets 10/21-12/16)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72343

DE

INTERNET FOWLER G

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/gfowler

72606

DE

INTERNET FOWLER G

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/gfowler

LEC

LEC

SITES

(3.0 units)

DE

INTERNET FOWLER G

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/gfowler

LEC

(Class Number 72913 meets 8/19-10/15)

IGC 115 GRAPHICS/MEDIA: MULTICULTURAL

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. Cross listed as MCS 115 DE

INTERNET PAYN L

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, October 18, from 10-11:50 a.m. in MD-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/lpayn

LEC

NONCREDIT

MILLER J MILLER J

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5-5:50 p.m. in MD-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

Recommended preparation: Basic computer skills Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72226

DE DE

INTERNET ROLLINS W INTERNET ROLLINS W

LEC LAB

DE DE

INTERNET SUGAR A INTERNET SUGAR A

LEC LAB

DE DE

INTERNET BRUINGTON N INTERNET BRUINGTON N

LEC LAB

F

DE 9-11:50am

INTERNET LABLOND E MD-134 LABLOND E

LEC LAB

MW MW

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am

MD-135 MD-135

LASLEY A LASLEY A

LEC LAB

TTh TTh

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

MD-134 MD-134

TERRY M TERRY M

LEC LAB

TTh TTh

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm

MD-135 MD-135

BARRY R BARRY R

LEC LAB

MD-134 MD-134

ROLLINS D ROLLINS D

LEC LAB

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 5-5:50 p.m. in MD-119. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5-5:50 p.m. in MD-119. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72538

3 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. Class Number 72538 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

72215

72214

72851

(4.0 units)

MW MW

LEC LAB

GENERAL INFO

This class will be using Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop software. Class Number 72188 has a material fee of $55 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm

Class Number 72851 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IGCIP 141 DIGITAL IMAGING/PHOTOSHOP II

(4.0 units)

Prerequiste: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCIP 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72189

SAN MARCOS/Evening MD-133 MD-133

INTERNET MODICA C INTERNET MODICA C

SAN MARCOS/Evening

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. 6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm

DE DE

Class Number 72304 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

See also Graphic Communications and Graphic Communications Multimedia and Web. See also Cooperative Education if employed. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

TTh TTh

72192

72304

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS IMAGING & PUBLISHING

72188

(4.0 units)

Class Number 72214 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

(Class Number 73072 meets 10/17-12/16)

IGCIP 105 DESIGN FOR PRINT PRODUCTION

LEC/LAB

Class Number 72215 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73072

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

72413

SAN MARCOS/Day 72913

LOC

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72243

(Class Number 72606 meets 10/17-12/16)

IGC 102 HISTORY OF THE BOOK/PUBLISHING

TIME

IGCIP 140 DIGITAL IMAGING/PHOTOSHOP I

Class Number 72061 has a material fee of $10 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IGC 101 HISTORY/GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS

DAY

IGCIP 122 PAINTER I

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS IGC 100 GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS

CLASS#

DE DE

INTERNET ROLLINS W INTERNET ROLLINS W

LEC LAB

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

MD-134 MD-134

LEC LAB

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 5-5:50 p.m. in MD-119. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72305

MW MW

HAUB K HAUB K

Class Number 72305 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

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FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES


Learning for Success

SAN MARCOS/Day 72539

T

DE 11-1:50pm

INTERNET DODSON K MD-133 DODSON K

LEC LAB

3 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. Class Number 72539 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. This class will be using Adobe InDesign software.

IGCIP 152 DIGITAL PUB/ILLUSTRATOR I

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72854

M

DE 2-4:50pm

INTERNET FOWLER G MD-135 FOWLER G

LEC LAB

3 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/gfowler Class Number 72854 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IGCIP 170 SCREEN PRINTING

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. MW MW

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am

MD-133 MD-133

DODSON K DODSON K

LEC LAB

Class Number 72857 has a material fee of $40 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72216

MW MW

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm

MD-133 MD-133

ROYAL T ROYAL T

LEC LAB

Class Number 72216 has a material fee of $40 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IGCIP 172 TEXTILE SCREEN PRINTING

(4.0 units)

MW MW

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm

MD-133 MD-133

DODSON K DODSON K

LEC LAB

Class Number 72395 has a material fee of $40 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IGCIP 190 COPYRIGHT GRPHC DSGNR/WEB DEV

(1.0 unit)

Cross listed as GCMW 190

SAN MARCOS/Day 73040

DE

INTERNET PAYN L

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, October 18, from 8-9:50 a.m. in MD-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/lpayn

LEC

INTERNET MODICA C INTERNET MODICA C

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5-5:50 p.m. in MD-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IGCIP 240 DIGITAL IMAGING/PHOTOSHOP III

SAN MARCOS/Day 72396

Th Th

LEC LAB

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm

MD-119 MD-119

BEALO M BEALO M

MD-133 MD-133

DODSON K DODSON K

LEC LAB

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS MULTIMEDIA & WEB

See also Graphic Communications and Graphic Communications Imaging and Publishing. See also Cooperative Education if employed. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IGCMW 100 HISTORY OF MULTIMEDIA

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72863

DE

INTERNET PAYN L

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, August 23, from 10-11:50 a.m. in MD-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/lpayn

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72397

TTh TTh

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm

MD-119 MD-119

BEALO M BEALO M

This class will be using Motion software.

IGCMW 102 WEB PAGE LAYOUT I

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72191

DE DE

INTERNET PAYN L KELLEY G INTERNET PAYN L KELLEY G

LEC LAB

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, August 23, from 8-9:50 a.m. in MD-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/lpayn This class will be using Adobe Dreamweaver software.

72237

Th

DE 6-8:50pm

INTERNET GENTRY TAIT P MD-134 GENTRY TAIT P

LEC LAB

3 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. This class will be using Adobe Dreamweaver software.

(4.0 units)

72233

DE

INTERNET

6-8:50pm

MD-135

BEDDOME HELMING K

BEALO M

BEDDOME HELMING K

LEC LAB

3 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

IGCMW 115 WEB PAGE LAYOUT/WORDPRESS

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72864

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh TTh

8-10:50am 11-1:50pm

Class Number 72396 has a material fee of $40 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

T

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCIP 140 and 141 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73441

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCIP 170 and 172 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day (4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE DE

LEC/LAB

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCIP 122 and 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72607

INSTRUCTOR

IGCMW 108 WEB MOTION GRAPHICS I

(Class Number 73040 meets 10/17-12/16)

IGCIP 222 PAINTER II

LOC

IGCIP 270 COMMERCIAL SCREEN PRINTING

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72395

TIME

IGCMW 101 MULTIMEDIA I

SAN MARCOS/Day 72857

DAY

LEC LAB

GENERAL INFO

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IGCIP 149 PAGE LAYOUT AND DESIGN I

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

DE DE

INTERNET FONTANELLA J INTERNET FONTANELLA J

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://artbytes.net

LEC LAB

(Class Number 72864 meets 10/17-12/16)

Class Number 73441 has a material fee of $20 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

www.palomar.edu

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

59


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

LEARNING COMMUNITIES: Innovation in Education

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

72398

T

DE 11-1:50pm

CREDIT CLASSES

INTERNET ROLLINS W MD-119 ROLLINS W

LEC LAB

MD-135 MD-135

LEC LAB

3 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. This class will be using After Effects software.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

Foundational Skills LC 10

IGCMW 216 WEB DATA BASE DESIGN I

ESCONDIDO CENTER

MD-119 MD-119

This class will be using Premiere software.

ROLLINS W ROLLINS W

IGCMW 177 SEO FOR WEB DESIGN

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

Recommended preparation: GCMW 102 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. DE DE

INTERNET ZINNIGER M INTERNET ZINNIGER M

SITES

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 6-6:50 p.m. in MD-134. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IGCMW 190 COPYRIGHT GRPHC DSGNR/WEB DEV Cross listed as GCIP 190

LEC LAB

(1.0 unit)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

DE

INTERNET PAYN L

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, October 18, from 8-9:50 a.m. in MD-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/lpayn

LEC

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCMW 101 Recommended preparation: GCMW 165 or 205 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening MW MW

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm

MD-119 MD-119

This class will be using Logic software.

IGCMW 202 WEB PAGE LAYOUT II

CRAWFORD J CRAWFORD J

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCMW 102 and 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

NONCREDIT

DE DE

INTERNET RUVALCABA Z INTERNET RUVALCABA Z

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5-5:50 p.m. in MD-134. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This class will be using Adobe Dreamweaver software.

LEC LAB

IGCMW 204 MOTION GRAPHICS FOR MULTIMEDIA (4.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCMW 165 Recommended preparation: GCIP 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

60

DE DE

INTERNET FONTANELLA J INTERNET FONTANELLA J

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://artbytes.net

IGCMW 226 WEB DATA BASE DESIGN II

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC LAB

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCMW 202 and 216 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73500

DE DE

INTERNET FONTANELLA J INTERNET FONTANELLA J

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://artbytes.net

LEC LAB

HEALTH

See also Kinesiology

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71181

DE

INTERNET FALCONE K

LEC

71191

DE

INTERNET FALCONE K

LEC

71336

DE

INTERNET GERHARDT H TAYLOR C

LEC

INTERNET SEILER K TAYLOR C

LEC

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 5-6:00 p.m. in LL109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 5-6:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71692

SAN MARCOS/Day 72540

(4.0 units)

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 5-6:00 p.m. in LL109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

(Class Number 73041 meets 10/17-12/16)

IGCMW 201 MULTIMEDIA II

73573

73449

IHE 100 HEALTH ED/FITNESS DYNAMICS

SAN MARCOS/Day 73041

BASS R BASS R

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 73445

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm

SAN MARCOS/Day (4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am

MW MW

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in GCMW 102 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. MW MW

73447

This class will be using After Effects software.

IGCMW 165 DIGITAL VIDEO DESIGN

72240

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

A Health Education class is available in the following Learning Community. The linked classes in the Learning Community must be taken together. For more information, see the Learning Communities section of this class schedule. 73668 Health 100 – Health Ed/Fitness Dynamics 71869 Math 50 – Beginning Algebra

INSTRUCTOR

DE

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70210

MW

7-8:20am

MD-157

71028

F

7-9:50am

MD-157

71348

TTh

7-8:20am

MD-157

70214 71335

TTh MW

8-9:20am 8-9:20am

HS-208 P-32

70211 71184

MW TTh

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am

MD-157 MD-157

EARLY J ELDRIDGE M GERHARDT H YANCEY T SEILER K TAYLOR C MANCAO R CRAFT L TAYLOR C GERHARDT H TREFETHEN C

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC


Learning for Success

LEC

70212 70215

MW TTh

11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm

MD-157 MD-157

70213

MW

2-3:20pm

MD-157

MCADAMS J CNOSSEN J EARLY D MANCAO R BOLDT D

LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70217 70216

MW W

5:30-6:50pm 6-8:50pm

O-11 O-12

CNOSSEN J FARMER L

LEC LEC

8:45-10:05am

ESC-501

CNOSSEN J

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 73669

TTh

Class Number 73669 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 73670

TTh

5-6:20pm

71726

TTh

6-7:20pm

FUHS

PARKER M

LEC

Class Number 73670 meets at Fallbrook Union High School PALAFC

ELDRIDGE M

LEC

This class will meet at the Jim Banks Sports Complex. Class Number 71726 meets at Pala Fitness Center

IHE 100L HEALTH PERFORMANCE LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71087 71088 71086 71089 71090 71085

TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW

8-9:20am 9-10:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 2-3:20pm 4-5:20pm

WFC-1 WFC-1 WFC-1 WFC-1 WFC-1 WFC-1

CRAFT L EARLY D TAYLOR C EARLY J YANCEY T FARMER L

IHE 104 FIRST RESPONDER

LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as EME 100

SAN MARCOS/Day 72955

MW

11-12:20pm

O-12

LAWSON S

LEC

72956

TTh

11-12:20pm

O-12

LAWSON S TREFETHEN C

LEC

LAWSON S

LEC

Certification for American Red Cross, Emergency Response and CPR card. Class Number 72955 has a material/certificate fee of $20 payable to the cashier office. Bring receipt to second class meeting. Certification for American Red Cross, Emergency Response and CPR card. Class Number 72956 has a material/certificate fee of $20 payable to the cashier office. Bring receipt to second class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72954

M

6-8:50pm

O-12

Certification for American Red Cross, Emergency Response and CPR card. Class Number 72954 has a material/certificate fee of $20 payable to the cashier office. Bring receipt to second class meeting.

ESCONDIDO/Day 72957

T

2-4:50pm

ESC-818

STAFF

LEC

This class is tailored for those continuing in EMS. Class Number 72957 has a material fee of $20 and certificate fee of $55 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 72957 meets at Palomar College Escondido

73603

Th

2-4:50pm

ESC-818

STAFF

LEC

This class is tailored for those continuing in EMS. Class Number 73603 has a material fee of $20 and certificate fee of $55 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 73603 meets at Palomar College Escondido

72958

T

6-8:50pm

ESC-818

STAFF

LEC

This class is tailored for those continuing in EMS. Class Number 72958 has a material fee of $20 and certificate fee of $55 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 72958 meets at Palomar College Escondido

72959

Th

6-8:50pm

ESC-818

STAFF

LEC

This class is tailored for those continuing in EMS. Class Number 72959 has a material fee of $20 and certificate fee of $55 payable to the Escondido Center cashier. Bring receipt to first class meeting. Class Number 72959 meets at Palomar College Escondido

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

IHE 165 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as FCS 165

SAN MARCOS/Day 70796

DE

INTERNET GERHARDT H

LEC

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 2:30-3:50pm

O-13 Q-4 Q-4 Q-4 Q-4 Q-4 Q-4

CRAFT L WASEF S WASEF S WASEF S WASEF S STAFF SCHULTZ J

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

Q-4

SCHULTZ J

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70218 70706 71696 71697 71698 73463 73462

TTh MW TTh TTh MW TTh MW

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70836

W

6-8:50pm

HISTORY

Advisor: B. Jahnel, phone ext. 3274, bjahnel@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IHIST 101 U.S. THRU RECONSTRUCTION

(3.0 units)

History 101 and 102 may be taken in any sequence.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70219 70223 71145 71239 70786 70224 70228 70789 70941 70222 70787 70225 70230 71240 70220 70221 70788 70226 70229 71607 70227 71010

MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh TTh TTh MW MW MW TTh MW TTh MW MW MW TTh MW TTh M MW

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 2-4:50pm 2-3:20pm

MD-305 MD-305 MD-306 MD-320 MD-217 O-11 MD-305 MD-316 MD-305 MD-316 O-11 MD-221 MD-306 MD-305 MD-305 HS-204 MD-319 MD-320 MD-316 MD-306 MD-316 MD-306

JAHNEL W JAHNEL W JOHNSON C LUSBY M KINSINGER W MCMULLEN K JAHNEL W ESTES M JAHNEL W ESTES M MOORE C MARJANOVIC K JOHNSON C JOHNSON C JAHNEL W MOORE C JONES J MCMULLEN K ESTES M TRIGAS M JONES J KINSINGER W

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

6:30-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

MD-316 MD-305 MD-305

TRIGAS M DORSEY JR. A TRIGAS M

LEC LEC LEC

8:45-10:05am

ESC-105

TOOLSIE K

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70691 70692 71006

Th M T

ESCONDIDO/Day 70232 73650 70231 70991

ESCONDIDO/Evening

DAY

MW TTh S MW

Class Number 70232 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:45-10:05am

ESC-202

MARJANOVIC K

LEC

Class Number 73650 meets at Palomar College Escondido

9-11:50am

ESC-105

WYNDHAM M

LEC

Class Number 70231 meets at Palomar College Escondido

11:45-1:05pm

ESC-502

TOOLSIE K

LEC

Class Number 70991 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70233 70234

T MW

GENERAL INFO

FALCONE K

HE 100, Class Number 73668, is linked with MATH 50 - Beginning Algebra, Class Number 71869. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

O-12

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

9:30-10:50am

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

TTh

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

73668

TIME

6-8:50pm

ESC-105

LIMBERG J

LEC

NONCREDIT

DAY

Class Number 70233 meets at Palomar College Escondido

6-8:50pm

ESC-105

VELOSO R

LEC

Class Number 70234 meets at Palomar College Escondido 70690 73651

M TTh

(Class Number 70234 meets 8/19-10/14) 6-8:50pm ESC-701 DARROUGH R

LEC

Class Number 70690 meets at Palomar College Escondido

6-8:50pm

ESC-706

VELOSO R

LEC

Class Number 73651 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73651 meets 8/20-10/15)

www.palomar.edu

61

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

DAY

73652

TTh

TIME

LOC

6-8:50pm

ESC-706

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

VELOSO R

LEC

Class Number 73652 meets at Palomar College Escondido 70689

T

(Class Number 73652 meets 10/17-12/12) 6:30-9:20pm ESC-503 DORSEY JR. A

LEC

Class Number 70689 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 71356

MW

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-N

LIMBERG J

LEC

Class Number 71356 meets at Camp Pendleton North

CREDIT CLASSES

73398 70810

T TTh

(Class Number 71356 meets 10/21-12/16) 6-8:50pm FUHS STAFF

LEC

Class Number 73398 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-M

BAGNALL J

LEC

Class Number 70810 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside (Class Number 70810 meets 8/20-10/15)

IHIST 102 U.S. SINCE RECONSTRUCTION

(3.0 units)

History 101 and 102 may be taken in any sequence.

ESCONDIDO CENTER

MW MW TTh MW TTh MW MW TTh TTh MW TTh

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 2-3:20pm

MD-217 MD-320 MD-316 MD-306 MD-306 O-12 MD-320 MD-320 MD-217 MD-305 MD-317

KLEIN M ESTES M ESTES M JOHNSON C JOHNSON C KLEIN M KINSINGER W KINSINGER W ESTES M JAHNEL W MCMULLEN K

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-316 MD-319 MD-306 MD-306

LUSBY M MARJANOVIC K TAGLIAFERRI E STAFF

LEC LEC LEC LEC

TOOLSIE K

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SITES

71307 73654 70694 73653

T W W M

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm 6:30-9:20pm 6:30-9:20pm

ESCONDIDO/Day 70237

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

73655

MW TTh

10:15-11:35am ESC-105

Class Number 70237 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-11:35am ESC-304

LUSBY M

LEC

Class Number 73655 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70727

MW

6-8:50pm

ESC-105

WYNDHAM M

LEC

Class Number 70727 meets at Palomar College Escondido 70728

TTh

(Class Number 70727 meets 10/21-12/16) 6-8:50pm ESC-805 DARROUGH R

LEC

Class Number 70728 meets at Palomar College Escondido 70695

Th

(Class Number 70728 meets 8/20-10/15) 6:30-9:20pm ESC-105 TAGLIAFERRI E

LEC

Class Number 70695 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 70726

TTh

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-M

BAGNALL J

LEC

Class Number 70726 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside 71355

MW

(Class Number 70726 meets 10/17-12/12) 6-8:50pm CPPEN-M BAGNALL J

LEC

Class Number 71355 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside (Class Number 71355 meets 8/19-10/14)

NONCREDIT

IHIST 105 WESTERN CIV THRU REFORMATION History 105 and 106 may be taken in any sequence.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70239 70791

TTh TTh

8-9:20am 12:30-1:50pm

MD-306 MD-316

KLEIN M RITT T

LEC LEC

6:30-9:20pm

MD-305

WYNDHAM M

LEC

6-8:50pm

FUHS

STAFF

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70696

Th

SITES/Evening

GENERAL INFO

73401

Th

Class Number 73401 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

IHIST 106 WESTERN CIV SINCE REFORMATION History 105 and 106 may be taken in any sequence.

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70792 70793 70794

TTh MW MW

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 2-3:20pm

Q-2 MD-320 MD-319

KREIJEN-ASHBURN D

RITT T ALEGRE MUNIN R

IHIST 107 WORLD HISTORY TO 1650

LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

History 107 and 108 may be taken in any sequence.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70811 71007 70795 71179

MW TTh MW TTh

11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm

MD-305 MD-217 MD-320 MD-306

RITT T RITT T BOND R KREIJEN-ASHBURN D

IHIST 108 WORLD HISTORY SINCE 1650

LEC LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

History 107 and 108 may be taken in any sequence.

71081 71147

TTh MW

9:30-10:50am 12:30-1:50pm

MD-217 MD-306

RITT T RITT T

LEC LEC

MD-305

STAFF

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70930

W

6:30-9:20pm

IHIST 121 HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70697

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

MD-305

JOHNSON C

IHIST 130 WOMEN IN U.S. HISTORY

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70961

TTh

9:30-10:50am

MD-315

KINSINGER W

IHIST 140 HISTORY/AMERICAS THRU 1800

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. History 140 and 141 may be taken in any sequence. This course, together with HIST 141, fulfills the American History and Institutions requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70959

DE

INTERNET ARGUELLO M

LEC

70988

DE

INTERNET ARGUELLO M

LEC

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm DE

MD-320 ARGUELLO M HS-204 ARGUELLO M INTERNET

LEC LEC LEC

This is an online class. An optional on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm This is an online class. An optional on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm

70812 71067

TTh W

1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. For more information, consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm

IHIST 141 HISTORY/AMERICAS SINCE 1800

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. History 140 and 141 may be taken in any sequence. This course, together with HIST 140, fulfills the American History and Institutions requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70960

DE

INTERNET ARGUELLO M

LEC

11-12:20pm

MD-306

LEC

This is an online class. An optional on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm

70845

62

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 71612 70236 70942 71308 70235 71241 70238 71146 70693 70844 70790

CLASS#

TTh

ARGUELLO M


Learning for Success

IHIST 150 HISTORY/LATIN AMERICA TO 1824

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day INTERNET ARGUELLO M

LEC

IID 125 PRESENTATION METHODS/INT DSG I

72228

(3.0 units)

9-11:50am 9-11:50am

IT-3 IT-3

ANDRE S ANDRE S

P-32 P-32

ZOLLIKER S ZOLLIKER S

LEC LEC

6-8:50pm

MD-306

BUFFINGTON K LEC

8-10:50am

ESC-104

BESWICK L

LEC

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY IIT 108 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS

(3.0 units)

MW

8-9:20am

IT-3

GRAHAM L

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as WELD 108

73368 73376

M M W T T Th

12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 12:30-3:20pm 3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

IT-3 IT-3 IT-3 IT-3 IT-3 IT-3

MCFARLAND R MCFARLAND R STAFF STAFF

IID 170 SPACE PLANNING

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ID 100

73264

W

6:30-9:20pm

IT-3

WIEME J

LEC

IIBUS 100 INTRO INTERNATIONAL BUS/MGMT Recommended preparation: BUS 100

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72063

M

6:30-9:20pm

MD-332

ARMISTEAD A

IIBUS 105 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

INTERIOR DESIGN

IIBUS 115 INTERNATIONAL BANKING/FINANCE

73319

Advisor: L. Graham, phone ext. 2349, lgraham@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET GRAHAM L

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard 9:30-10:50am

IT-3

GRAHAM L

IID 105 MATERIALS/PROCESSES INTR DSGN

LEC

MW

11-12:20pm

IT-3

LEC

(3.0 units)

GRAHAM L

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72066

T

6:30-9:20pm

Q-4

IID 115 HISTORY OF DECORATIVE ARTS I

YUSIM L

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72755

DE

INTERNET GRAHAM L

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IID 120 HISTORY OF DECORATIVE ARTS II

LEC

DE

INTERNET GRAHAM L

Recommended preparation: IBUS 100

ARMISTEAD A

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72378

DE

INTERNET MASSROUR B

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

INTERNSHIP ITALIAN

LAB classes at San Marcos Campus: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 hours in the World Languages Department lab (room F-1) during lab hours. Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Closed Weekends and Holidays Lab hours subject to change. LAB classes at Education Centers: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 lab hours with instructor at first class meeting. For more information, call the World Languages Lab, 760 744-1150, ext. 2564.

IITAL 101 ITALIAN I

(5.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70243

(3.0 units)

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

MD-332

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 72599

6:30-9:20pm

See Cooperative Education.

SAN MARCOS/Day IID 110 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES/INT DSN

T

LEC

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: IBUS 100

No courses in Insurance offered in Fall 2013.

IID 100 INTERIOR DESIGN

(3.0 units)

LEC

TTh

1:30-3:50pm TBA

MD-322 F-1

SCADUTO P SCADUTO P

LEC LAB

4-6:20pm TBA

F-8 F-1

CANTONI M CANTONI M

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71222

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

www.palomar.edu

SITES

INTERNET MILLER J

INSURANCE

72065

LEC

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

SAN MARCOS/Evening

MW

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

Advisor: A. Armistead, phone ext. 2488, www.palomar.edu/business

DE

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5-600 p.m. in T-111 or Tuesday, August 20, from 5-6:00 p.m. in IT-2. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72064

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day

72250

LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm

Class Number 71285 meets at Palomar College Escondido

72282

T Th

Cross listed as ARCH 150 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

ESCONDIDO/Day S

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72608

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71285

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day

Th

INSTRUCTOR

IID 150 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFT/DESIGNERS

IHUM 100 INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I

70242

LOC

IID 135 FABRICS FOR DESIGNERS

HUMANITIES MW TTh

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

This is an online class. An optional on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/ehp/online.htm

70241 70240

DAY

63

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

71068

CLASS#

GENERAL INFO

INSTRUCTOR

CREDIT CLASSES

LOC

ESCONDIDO CENTER

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IITAL 102 ITALIAN II

LEC/LAB

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ITAL 101 or two years of high school Italian Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71283

TTh

11-1:20pm TBA

F-2 F-1

SCADUTO P SCADUTO P

LEC LAB

JAPANESE

CREDIT CLASSES ESCONDIDO CENTER

LAB classes at San Marcos Campus: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 hours in the World Languages Department lab (room F-1) during lab hours. Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Closed Weekends and Holidays Lab hours subject to change. LAB classes at Education Centers: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 lab hours with instructor at first class meeting. For more information, call the World Languages Lab, 760 744-1150, ext. 2564.

IJAPN 101 JAPANESE I

(5.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day MW

8:30-10:50am TBA

F-9 F-1

IKENUSHI M IKENUSHI M

LEC LAB

11-1:20pm TBA

F-9 F-1

IKENUSHI M IKENUSHI M

LEC LAB

1:30-3:50pm TBA

F-9 F-1

AHN R AHN R

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71224

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71112

TTh

SITES

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

IJAPN 102 JAPANESE II

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in JAPN 101 or two years of high school Japanese Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

TTh

11-1:20pm TBA

IKENUSHI M IKENUSHI M

LEC LAB

6-8:20pm TBA

NS-135 F-1

TACHIBANA F TACHIBANA F

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

IJAPN 201 JAPANESE III

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in JAPN 102 or three years of high school Japanese Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70967

TTh

8:30-10:50am TBA

F-9 F-1

IKENUSHI M IKENUSHI M

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

LEC LAB

Advisor: E. Hiro, phone ext. 3762, ehiro@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

NONCREDIT

IJOUR 101 MULTIMEDIA WRITING/REPORTING

(3.0 units)

DE

INTERNET HIRO E

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 2-2:50 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard DE

INTERNET STAFF

GENERAL INFO

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 3-3:50 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

64

STAFF VORE A

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

71957

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-228 MD-228 MD-228

HIRO E HIRO E

LEC LAB LAB

JOUR 105 has a material fee of $10 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IJOUR 110L MULTIMEDIA JOURNALISM LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71958

TBA

MD-228

HIRO E

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. All students registered in JOUR 110L are required to attend an orientation meeting on: Wednesday, August 21, from 10-11:00 a.m. OR Thursday, August 22, from 1-2:00 p.m. in MD-228. Please call 760 744-1150, ext. 2440 for information. JOUR 110L has a material fee of $10 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IJOUR 140 PHOTOJOURNALISM

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as PHOT 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72309

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-235 MD-235 MD-235

COSENTINO D COSENTINO D

IJOUR 205 INT MULTIMEDIA NEWS WRT/PROD

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-228 MD-228 MD-228

HIRO E HIRO E

LEC LAB LAB

JOUR 205 has a material fee of $10 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IJOUR 210 ADV MULTIMEDIA NEWS PRODUCTION (3.0 units) Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72129

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-228 MD-228 MD-228

HIRO E HIRO E

LEC LAB LAB

JOUR 210 has a material fee of $10 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IJOUR 215 ADV MULTIMEDIA NEWS EDITING

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-228 MD-228 MD-228

HIRO E HIRO E

LEC LAB LAB

JOUR 215 has a material fee of $10 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

JUDAIC STUDIES

See Multicultural Studies for additional courses

SAN MARCOS/Day

72572

MD-231 MD-231

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

71961

JOURNALISM

72146

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

INSTRUCTOR

IJOUR 105 MULTIMEDIA NEWS WRITING/PROD

71960

SAN MARCOS/Evening MW

LOC

SAN MARCOS/Day

F-9 F-1

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1. 71226

MW TTh

TIME

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70965

73503 71956

DAY

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71062

CLASS#

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC

IJS 107 INTRO TO JUDAISM II - CULTURE

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as RS 107

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73688 LEC

Th

6:30-9:20pm

MD-328

SMITH J

KINESIOLOGY

See also Athletics and Competitive Sports and Health Additional Fall 2013 Kinesiology classes were added to the schedule of classes after publication of this Class Schedule. The added classes can be viewed at http://www.palomar.edu/schedule

LEC


Learning for Success

Student athletes competing in an Athletic and Competitive Sport are limited to 175 contact hours per year in Kinesiology courses that focus on conditioning or skill development for that sport. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Kinesiology classes is available at http://www. palomar.edu/ Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IKINE 100 INTRO PHYSICAL ED/KINESIOLOGY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71388

MWF

SW-2

MANCAO R

IKINE 102 PE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

SAN MARCOS/Day 71389

TTh

11-12:20pm

O-11

MANCAO R

IKINE 117 BEGINNING GOLF

LEC

(1.5 units)

71390

T Th

9:30-10:20am 9:30-11:20am

THBRD THBRD

AEGERTER II J AEGERTER II J

LEC LAB

Class Number 71390 meets at Thunderbird

IKINE 118 INTERMEDIATE GOLF

(1.5 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71396

T Th F F

9:30-10:20am 9:30-11:20am 4-4:50pm 5-6:50pm

THBRD THBRD

AEGERTER II J AEGERTER II J

LEC LAB

Class Number 71392 meets at Thunderbird HGC HGC

HALDA M HALDA M

LEC LAB

Class Number 71396 meets at Hodges Golf Center

IKINE 119 ADVANCED GOLF

71512

F F

4-4:50pm 5-6:50pm

HGC HGC

HALDA M HALDA M

LEC LAB

(1.5 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. F

12:30-2:00pm

BBFLD

T W

12:30-2:00pm 2:30-3:45pm

BBFLD BBFLD

Baseball

ADAMS B GRAVES R ADAMS B GRAVES R

LEC LAB LAB

(Class Number 71431 meets 9/20-11/22)

IKINE 140 BEGINNING TENNIS

(1.5 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71507

M WF M WF

9-9:50am 9-9:50am 11-11:50am 11-11:50am

TNCRT TNCRT TNCRT TNCRT

IKINE 141 INTERMEDIATE TENNIS

HALDA M HALDA M MANCAO R MANCAO R

LEC LAB LEC LAB

(1.5 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71509

M WF M WF

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71552

T T Th

9-9:50am 10-10:50am 9-10:50am

DOME DOME DOME

SEILER K SEILER K

IKINE 156 INTERMEDIATE VOLLEYBALL

LEC LAB LAB

(1.5 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day M TTh

11-11:50am 11-11:50am

DOME DOME

SEILER K SEILER K

IKINE 156 INTERMEDIATE VOLLEYBALL

LEC LAB

(2.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71554

T T Th

9-9:50am 10-10:50am 9-10:50am

DOME DOME DOME

SEILER K SEILER K

IKINE 157 ADVANCED VOLLEYBALL

LEC LAB LAB

(1.5 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71564

M TTh

11-11:50am 11-11:50am

DOME DOME

SEILER K SEILER K

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71574

TTh

8-9:20am

O-12

HEISE F

IKINE 181 ADAPTIVE AQUATICS

LEC

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71936

MTWTh

12-12:50pm

POOL

BOLDT D CRAFT L (Class Number 71936 meets 8/19-11/13)

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71937

MTWTh

10-10:50am

WFC-1

BOLDT D MCADAMS J (Class Number 71937 meets 9/11-12/5)

IKINE 183 ADAPTIVE SKIING

LAB

(1.0 unit)

71939

TNCRT TNCRT TNCRT TNCRT

HALDA M HALDA M MANCAO R MANCAO R

FLDTP

FALCONE K

LAB

(Class Number 71939 meets 1/4-1/9)

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71938

MTWTh

11-11:50am

WFC-1

BOLDT D MCADAMS J (Class Number 71938 meets 8/19-11/13)

IKINE 190 THEORY OF SOFTBALL 71576

9-9:50am 9-9:50am 11-11:50am 11-11:50am

TBA

Arrange 48 hours with instructor. This is a specialized ski class intended for students with disabilities. Skiing trip: Alpine Meadows. A $350 fee includes meals, lodging, transportation, rentals, lesson and lift tickets. Call 760 744-1150 to contact Ruth Tait-Brown, ext. 2659 or Kelly Falcone, ext. 3643.

LAB

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 71528

LEC LAB

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

IKINE 184 ADAPTIVE BODY CONDITIONING

SAN MARCOS/Day 71526

MANCAO R MANCAO R

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 71431

TNCRT TNCRT

IKINE 155 BEGINNING VOLLEYBALL

Class Number 71398 meets at Hodges Golf Center

IKINE 130 INDIVIDUAL FITNESS EXERCISE

11-11:50am 11-11:50am

IKINE 182 ADAPTIVE WEIGHT TRAINING

SITES/Day 71398

M WF

(1.5 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

LEC/LAB

(1.5 units)

IKINE 176 ATHLETIC TRAINING

SITES/Day 71392

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SITES/Day

LOC

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

LEC

(3.0 units)

TIME

IKINE 142 ADVANCED TENNIS

71562 9-9:50am

DAY

GENERAL INFO

Individual courses are not repeatable. State Guidelines also limit the number of times a student may take courses with related content and similar primary educational activities. Therefore, some combinations of course work in Kinesiology have limitations on the number of times a student may enroll. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Kinesiology classes is available at http://www.palomar.edu/

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

LEC LAB LEC LAB

MW

10-11:50am

SBFLD

CRAFT L ELDRIDGE M (Class Number 71576 meets 10/21-12/16)

www.palomar.edu

LEC

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

65


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

LEARNING COMMUNITIES

An enriched learning experience linking different courses in the Palomar College catalog around a central theme or question. As students and faculty progress through the semester as a group, they become a community of learners, sharing their thoughts, questions and experiences, while earning transferable credit. For more information, refer to Learning Communities on page 4.

CREDIT CLASSES

LEGAL STUDIES

Advisor: A. Corpora, phone ext. 2488, www.palomar.edu/legal. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

ILS 105 LEGAL COMMUNICATIONS/METHODS

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73026

MW

9:30-10:50am

MD-332

BURNS L

ILS 121 INTRODUCTION TO LAW

LEC

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

SAN MARCOS/Day 72391

MW

11-12:20pm

MD-322

BURNS L

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72134

T

6-8:50pm

MD-321

STUART S

ILS 145 LEGAL ETHICS

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71120

M

6-8:50pm

MD-329

CARVER J

ILS 240 CIVIL LIBERTIES AND PROCEDURES

Recommended preparation: ENG 50 or eligibility for ENG 100

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SITES

73568

T

6:30-9:20pm

MD-329

BURNS L

LEC

LIBRARY TECHNOLOGY

Advisor: L. Morrow, phone ext. 2617, lmorrow@palomar.edu

ILT 100 INTRO LIBRARIES/INFO SERVICES

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

72067

DE

INTERNET FORNEY M

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 5-6:00 p.m. in LL-208B. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

ILT 115 OPERATIONAL SKILLS/PUBLIC SRVC

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72244

W

6-8:50pm

LL-208B

GANNETT K

ILT 120 INFO SOURCES & SRVCS/REFERENCE

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73015

DE

INTERNET MORROW L

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 6-7:00 p.m. in LL-208B. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

ILT 125 INFORMATION LITERACY

LEC

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day

NONCREDIT

73014

DE

INTERNET FRENCH K

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

73018

T

(Class Number 73014 meets 9/23-11/22) 11-11:50am LL-208B FRENCH K (Class Number 73018 meets 8/20-12/10)

GENERAL INFO

LIFE SCIENCES

See Biology, Botany, Microbiology and Zoology

LINGUISTICS See English 150

66

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC

LEC

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

MATHEMATICS

Advisors: R. Jones, phone ext. 2547, rjones@palomar.edu and M. Walker, phone ext. 2539, mwalker@palomar.edu For information, call the Mathematics Department at 760 744-1150, ext. 2535 or visit http://www2.palomar.edu/math/ MATHEMATICS LEARNING CENTER SAN MARCOS CAMPUS (ROOM E-2) HOURS FOR SELF-TAUGHT COURSES AND SUPERVISED TUTORING: Monday-Thursday - 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Friday - 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Saturday - 9:00 a.m.-Noon Closed Sunday For more information, visit http://www2.palomar.edu/math/mlc/MthSuprVTut1.htm or call the Mathematics Learning Center at 760 744-1150, ext. 2718

IMATH 10 BASIC ARITHMETIC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71893 71892

MWF TTh

8-8:50am 12:30-1:50pm

O-11 NS-359

EISEMANN T DIWA P

IMATH 12 SUPPLEMENTAL INSTR/ARITHMETIC

LEC LEC

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71894

F

9-9:50am

NS-259

EISEMANN T

Class Number 71894 is intended for students registered in MATH 10.

IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71921

DE

INTERNET CLARK M

LEC

71906

DE

E-2

TOWFIQ F

LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in E-1. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://faculty.palomar.edu/mclark/ Testing for this class will be administered at the San Marcos Campus. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

Arrange 3 hours per week. Class Number 71906 is a self-taught class. Students must attend a MANDATORY one-hour orientation in Room E-2 on Monday, August 19 or Tuesday, August 20 at one of the following times: 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., or 7:00 p.m. Students who fail to attend the orientation may be dropped. Also, students MUST attend 3 hours per week in the Mathematics Learning Center. For more information visit http://www2.palomar.edu/math/mlc Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

71903 71905 71895 71898 71913 71924 71918

MWF MWF MWF TTh MWF MWF S

7-7:50am 7-7:50am 8-8:50am 8-9:20am 8-8:50am 9-9:50am 9-11:50am

E-8 NS-358 NS-358 NS-358 NS-359 NS-358 E-9

EISEMANN T NACOZY F NACOZY F DUPONT M WISSNER L CROSS W STAFF

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

71896

MW

9:30-10:50am

NS-259

MARTINEZ M

LEC

71899 71900 71901

TTh TTh TTh

9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

HS-203 NS-259 NA-2

METZGER W ALIDAEE B ELLIS M

LEC LEC LEC

71904

MWF

11-11:50am

NS-358

VOTH A

LEC

71917 71907

MWF TTh

12-12:50pm 12:30-1:50pm

E-8 MD-329

MERCADO S METZGER W

LEC LEC

The following class is taught in Spanish.

Class Number 71896 is taught mainly in Spanish. The basic math terminology will also be presented in English. This class is intended for those students whose first language is Spanish, or those who are fluent in Spanish. La clase numero 71896 se ensenara fundamentalmente en espanol. El vocabulario matematico basico sera tambien presentado en el idioma ingles. Esta clase esta dirigida a estudiantes cuya lengua de origen es el espanol or estudiantes que posean el dominio del espanol.

MATH 15, Class Number 71901, is linked with COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 71354. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. MATH 15, Class Number 71904, is linked with COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 71156. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.


Learning for Success

LEC

71925 73345

TTh TTh

(Class Number 71922 meets 8/19-10/14) 2-3:20pm NS-259 DIWA P 3-4:20pm MD-229 KIM H

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73346 71909 71911 71920

T M Th TTh

6:30-9:20pm NS-359 BALEGH M 6:30-9:20pm NA-1 BUTLER J 6:30-9:20pm E-7 BALEGH M 6:30-9:20pm NS-259 STAFF (Class Number 71920 meets 8/20-10/15)

LEC LEC LEC LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 71897

MW

8:45-10:05am

ESC-304

MORROW E

LEC

Class Number 71897 meets at Palomar College Escondido

71919

F

8:45-11:35am

ESC-302

71914

MW

10:15-11:35am ESC-304

SAFARALIAN L

LEC

Class Number 71919 meets at Palomar College Escondido MORROW E

LEC

Class Number 71914 meets at Palomar College Escondido

71902

TTh

11:45-1:05pm

71916

TTh

11:45-2:35pm

ESC-303

KASHYAP N

LEC

Class Number 71902 meets at Palomar College Escondido ESC-302

HARLAND J

LEC

Students who enroll in 8-week Math 15, Class Number 71916, may also enroll in the subsequent 8-week Math 50, Class Number 71850. First enroll in Class Number 71916, then call the Assessment Center, 760 744-1150, ext. 2182, for permission to enroll in Class Number 71850. Class Number 71916 meets at Palomar College Escondido

71915 73344

TTh TTh

(Class Number 71916 meets 8/20-10/15) 3:15-4:35pm ESC-304 SAFARALIAN L

LEC

Class Number 71915 meets at Palomar College Escondido

3:15-4:35pm

ESC-301

STAFF

DAY

TIME

71910

W

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-302

MARISCAL A

LEC

SITES/Evening 71908

MW

6:30-9:20pm

FUHS

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 71908 meets at Fallbrook Union High School 71923

TTh

(Class Number 71908 meets 8/19-10/14) 6:30-9:20pm CPPEN-M PLACKEMEIER S LEC

Class Number 71923 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside (Class Number 71923 meets 8/20-10/15)

IMATH 17 SUPPLEMENTAL INSTR/PREALGEBRA

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71912

F

10-10:50am

NS-259

WISSNER L

Class Number 71912 is intended for students enrolled in MATH 15.

IMATH 42A SUPPLEMENTAL INSTR/MATH 50A

LEC

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71866

F

10-10:50am

NS-358

EISEMANN T

LEC

Students enrolled in MATH 42A, Class Number 71866 should also enroll in MATH 50A, Class Number 71849.

IMATH 47 MATHEMATICS TOPICS

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73296

MTWTh

9-9:50am

MD-229

ELLIS M

LEC

EXPLORATIONS IN ALGEBRA Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157. MATH 47, Class Number 73296 is part of an Algebra 2N1 Learning Community. To complete enrollment, students must also enroll in MATH 50 - Beginning Algebra, Class Number 73290 and COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 73675. Students who enroll in this Learning Community will be administratively enrolled in MATH 60 - Intermediate Algebra, Class Number 73292. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708.

LEC/LAB

Innovation in Education Math classes are available in the following Learning Communities. The linked classes in each Learning Community must be taken together. For more information, see the Learning Communities section of this class schedule.

Foundational Skills LC 7

71904 Math 15 – Prealgebra 71156 Counseling 110 - College Success

Foundational Skills LC 8

71901 Math 15 – Prealgebra 71354 Counseling 110 - College Success

Foundational Skills LC 9

71758 Math 50 – Beginning Algebra 70117 Counseling 110 - College Success

Foundational Skills LC 10

71869 Math 50 – Beginning Algebra 73668 Health 100 – Health Ed/Fitness Dynamics

LEARNING COMMUNITIES:

LEC

Class Number 71910 meets at Palomar College Escondido

INSTRUCTOR

LEARNING COMMUNITIES:

Algebra

Class Number 73344 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening

LOC

Students enrolled in this program will accelerate from Math 50 to a college level class in one semester. This course is designed to condense a year of developmental math into a single semester. Each student will be co-enrolled in 50/60/47 and Counseling 110. Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157.

Algebra 2N1 LC 11 73296 73290 73292 73675

Math 47 – Explorations in Algebra Math 50 – Beginning Algebra Math 60 – Intermediate Algebra Counseling 110 – College Success

Algebra 2N1 LC 12 73370 73291 73294 73676

Math 47 – Explorations in Algebra Math 50 – Beginning Algebra Math 60 – Intermediate Algebra Counseling 110 – College Success

LC 11

LC 12

Coun 110 F 8:00 – 10:50 AM Rm. HS–205

Coun 110 F 9:00 – 11:50 AM Rm. MD–203

Math 50/60/47 M – Th 7:00 – 9:50 AM Rm. MD–229

Math 50/60/47 M – Th 10:00 – 12:50 AM Rm. MD–229

For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708 or refer to the Learning Communities section of this class schedule.

www.palomar.edu

GENERAL INFO

HARLAND J

Students who enroll in 8-week Math 15, Class Number 71922, may also enroll in the subsequent 8-week Math 50, Class Number 71858. First enroll in Class Number 71922, then call the Assessment Center, 760 744-1150, ext. 2182, for permission to enroll in Class Number 71858.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

MD-229

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

1-3:50pm

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

MW

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

71922

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

67


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

GENERAL INFO

Mathematics Flow Chart • The Math Assessment test will determine your starting point. Your personal goal will determine your pathway beyond Math 56 and 60 level. If you are transferring to a four-year college/university, it is recommended that you speak with a counselor or faculty advisor to determine the needs of your major.

CREDIT CLASSES ESCONDIDO CENTER SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING NONCREDIT GENERAL INFO 68

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB


Learning for Success

LEC

73273

TTh TTh

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

NS-359 NS-359

LARSON P LARSON P

LEC LAB

MWF MWF

12-12:50pm 1-1:50pm

NS-358 NS-358

TORGISON C TORGISON C

LEC LAB

ALGEBRA FOR STATISTICS This is an accelerated course designed to prepare students for a transferlevel statistics course. It is recommended for students who received credit in Math 15 or placed into Math 50. Students completing the course with a C or better will be able to enroll in Math 120. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708.

73275

ALGEBRA FOR STATISTICS This is an accelerated course designed to prepare students for a transferlevel statistics course. It is recommended for students who received credit in Math 15 or placed into Math 50. Students completing the course with a C or better will be able to enroll in Math 120. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708.

73373

MW TTh

2-3:20pm 2-3:20pm

NS-358 NS-358

TORGISON C TORGISON C

LEC LAB

ALGEBRA FOR STATISTICS This is an accelerated course designed to prepare students for a transferlevel statistics course. It is recommended for students who received credit in Math 15 or placed into Math 50. Students completing the course with a C or better will be able to enroll in Math 120. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708.

IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 15, or eligibility determined through the math placement process.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71765

DE

E-2

TOWFIQ F

LEC

Arrange 4 hours per week. Class Number 71765 is a self-taught class. Students must attend a MANDATORY one-hour orientation in Room E-2 on Monday, August 19 or Tuesday, August 20 at one of the following times: 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., or 7:00 p.m. Students who fail to attend the orientation may be dropped. Also, students MUST attend 4 hours per week in the Mathematics Learning Center. For more information visit http://www2.palomar.edu/math/mlc Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

71865

DE

INTERNET METZGER W

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 5-6:00 p.m. in E-1. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/wmetzger/ Testing for this class will be administered at the San Marcos Campus. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

73290

MTWTh

7-7:50am

MD-229

ELLIS M

LEC

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

71762 71753 71759 71748 71754 71891 73347 71760 73291

MTWTh TTh MW MWF TTh MW S MTWF MTWTh

7-7:50am 7:30-9:20am 7:30-9:20am 8-9:10am 9-10:50am 9-10:50am 9-12:50pm 10-10:50am 10-10:50am

E-6 NA-2 NS-135 NA-2 E-8 NS-359 E-6 E-5 MD-229

WISSNER L MIFFLIN K MIFFLIN K STAFF MARTINEZ M SQUIRES A PARVINI S WILLIAMSON G CLARK M

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

71756 71764 71869

TTh MTWTh TTh

11-12:50pm 11-11:50am 12-1:50pm

E-7 E-6 E-6

NGUYEN C SQUIRES A SNOW S

LEC LEC LEC

71776 71888 71757 71761

73349 71858

TTh MW TTh MWF Th TTh MW

71751 71758

MW TTh

71766 71885 71763 71752

TTh TTh TTh MW

73348 71770

TTh TTh

Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157. MATH 50, Class Number 73291 is part of an Algebra 2N1 Learning Community. To complete enrollment, students must also enroll in MATH 47 - Explorations in Algebra, Class Number 73370 and COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 73676. Students who enroll in this Learning Community will be administratively enrolled in MATH 60 - Intermediate Algebra, Class Number 73294. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708.

MATH 50, Class Number 71869, is linked with HE 100 - Health Education and Fitness Dynamics, Class Number 73668. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. 12-1:50pm NS-358 MARTINEZ M 12:30-2:20pm MD-323 SQUIRES A 1-2:50pm E-5 MIFFLIN K 1-1:50pm NA-2 CHAMBERLIN C 1-1:50pm HS-204 1-2:50pm MD-229 PARTAINE J 1-4:50pm MD-229 HARLAND J (Class Number 71858 meets 10/21-12/16) 2-3:50pm NA-1 LARSON P 2-3:50pm NA-1 SNOW S

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

MATH 50, Class Number 71758, is linked with COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 70117. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. 2-3:50pm E-7 NGUYEN C 2-3:50pm NS-359 ROSTOKER S 3-4:50pm E-9 STAFF 3:20-5:45pm NS-138 TERBELL L (Class Number 71752 meets 9/16-12/9) 4-5:50pm E-8 ROSTOKER S 4-5:50pm E-7 BALEGH M

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71771 71872

MW MW

71859

TTh

71774

TTh

5-6:50pm E-5 MUMFORD M 6-9:50pm NS-358 HUMACIU M (Class Number 71872 meets 8/19-10/14) 6-9:50pm NS-259 STAFF (Class Number 71859 meets 10/17-12/12) 7-8:50pm E-9 ZAHEDANI H

LEC LEC LEC LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 71755 71855

LEC

TIME

Number 73292. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708.

71749

Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157. MATH 50, Class Number 73290 is part of an Algebra 2N1 Learning Community. To complete enrollment, students must also enroll in MATH 47 - Explorations in Algebra, Class Number 73296 and COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 73675. Students who enroll in this Learning Community will be administratively enrolled in MATH 60 - Intermediate Algebra, Class

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLARK M

EXPLORATIONS IN ALGEBRA Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157. MATH 47, Class Number 73370 is part of an Algebra 2N1 Learning Community. To complete enrollment, students must also enroll in MATH 50 - Beginning Algebra, Class Number 73291 and COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 73676. Students who enroll in this Learning Community will be administratively enrolled in MATH 60 - Intermediate Algebra, Class Number 73294. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

MD-229

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

12-12:50pm

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

MTWTh

TIME

71750 71767

MW TTh F MW MW

8:15-10:05am

ESC-303

MUMFORD M

LEC

Class Number 71749 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:15-10:05am

ESC-302

KASHYAP N

LEC

Class Number 71755 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:45-12:35pm

ESC-303

PARVINI S

LEC

Class Number 71855 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-303

MUMFORD M

LEC

Class Number 71750 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-2:05pm

ESC-503

MARINO D

LEC

Class Number 71767 meets at Palomar College Escondido 71850

TTh

NONCREDIT

73370

DAY

(Class Number 71767 meets 8/19-10/14) 11:45-3:35pm ESC-302 HARLAND J

LEC

Class Number 71850 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 71850 meets 10/17-12/12)

www.palomar.edu

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GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71773 71772

TTh MW

ESC-301

SADEGHIPOUR F LEC

Class Number 71773 meets at Palomar College Escondido

7-8:50pm

ESC-304

SARWACINSKI R LEC

SITES/Evening MW

6-9:50pm

FUHS

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 71871 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

CREDIT CLASSES

71768

TTh

(Class Number 71871 meets 10/21-12/16) 6-9:50pm CPPEN-M STEN L

LEC

Class Number 71768 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside 71769

TTh

(Class Number 71768 meets 10/17-12/12) 6-9:50pm FUHS NOWAK J

TTh

(Class Number 71769 meets 8/20-10/15) 6-9:50pm CPPEN-M MISIEWICZ J

LEC

Class Number 71769 meets at Fallbrook Union High School 71854

LEC

Class Number 71854 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(Class Number 71854 meets 8/20-10/15)

IMATH 50A BEGINNING ALGEBRA PART I

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 15, or eligibility determined through the math placement process.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71849

MW

10-10:50am

NS-358

EISEMANN T

LEC

Students enrolled in MATH 50A, Class Number 71849 should also enroll in MATH 42A, Class Number 71866.

IMATH 55 GEOMETRY

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in either MATH 50 or MATH 50B or eligibility determined through the Math placement process

SITES

SAN MARCOS/Day 71847

TTh

1-2:50pm

E-9

LOWENKRON D LEC

IMATH 56 BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

(6.0 units)

Prerequisite: MATH 50 or MATH 50B, or eligibility determined through the math placement process Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

SAN MARCOS/Day 71846

MWF

7-8:50am DE

NS-136 E-2

CROSS W CROSS W

LEC LAB

8-9:50am DE

NA-1 E-2

WILLIAMSON G LEC WILLIAMSON G LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

71746

MWF

Arrange 2 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

71744

MWF

10-11:50am DE

NA-1 E-2

SNOW S SNOW S

LEC LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

71863

MWF

NONCREDIT

11-12:50pm DE

E-5 E-2

ALIDAEE B ALIDAEE B

LEC LAB

12-1:50pm DE

E-6 E-2

LOWENKRON D LEC LOWENKRON D LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

71843

MWF

Arrange 2 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

73366

MW

GENERAL INFO

4-6:50pm DE

NS-258 E-2

RAMASWAMY B LEC RAMASWAMY B LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

70

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

5-6:50pm

Class Number 71772 meets at Palomar College Escondido 71871

CLASS#

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

71852

TTh

6:30-9:20pm DE

NS-358 E-2

NICHOLS P NICHOLS P

LEC LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in either Math 50 or Math 50B, or eligibility determined through the math placement process.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71819

DE

INTERNET CLARK M

LEC

71829

DE

E-2

TOWFIQ F

LEC

71867

DE

INTERNET

CHAKKANAKUZHI M

LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5-6:30 p.m. in E-1. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/mclark/

Arrange 4 hours per week. Class Number 71829 is a self-taught class. Students must attend a MANDATORY one-hour orientation in Room E-2 on Monday, August 19 or Tuesday, August 20 at one of the following times: 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., or 7:00 p.m. Students who fail to attend the orientation may be dropped. Also, students MUST attend 4 hours per week in the Mathematics Learning Center. For more information visit http://www2.palomar.edu/math/mlc Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date. This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 5-6:00 p.m. in E-1. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/mchakkanakuzhi/ Testing for this class will be administered at the San Marcos Campus. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

71824 73292

MTWTh MTWTh

7-7:50am 8-8:50am

E-9 MD-229

MARINO D ELLIS M

LEC LEC

71821 71857 73350 73351 71840 71822

8-8:50am 8-9:10am 9-12:50pm 9-12:50pm 9:30-10:40am 10-10:50am 10-10:50am 11-11:50am

NS-139 O-13 E-5 NS-136 NA-2 E-8 E-6 MD-229

LEDERMAN B LOCHARD C STAFF BUTLER J WALKER M TIAN Y

73294

MTWTh MWF S F MWF MWF Th MTWTh

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

71820 71825 71827 71826 71816 71868 71817 71828 71831

MTWF MWF MW MWF MW MW TTh MW MW

11-11:50am 11-12:10pm 11-12:50pm 12:30-1:40pm 2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm

E-8 NS-359 E-7 NS-259 E-8 E-5 NS-139 NS-137 NA-2

Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157. MATH 60, Class Number 73292 is part of an Algebra 2N1 Learning Community. To complete enrollment, students must enroll in MATH 47 - Explorations in Algebra, Class Number 73296, MATH 50 - Beginning Algebra, Class Number 73290, and COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 73675. Students who enroll in this Learning Community will be administratively enrolled in MATH 60, Class Number 73292. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708.

CLARK M

Each student must attend a mandatory orientation on Thursday, August 15, from 6-7:00 p.m. in room MD-157. MATH 60, Class Number 73294 is part of an Algebra 2N1 Learning Community. To complete enrollment, students must enroll in MATH 47 - Explorations in Algebra, Class Number 73370, MATH 50 - Beginning Algebra, Class Number 73291, and COUN 110 - College Success, Class Number 73676. Students who enroll in this Learning Community will be administratively enrolled in MATH 60, Class Number 73294. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule. For more information, contact Professor Anne Voth at 760 744-1150, ext. 2708. STAFF

LEC LEC WALKER M LEC CHAKKANAKUZHI M LEC JONES R LEC MERCADO S LEC CLEGG D LEC TULKKI R LEC CHAMBERLIN C LEC CHAKKANAKUZHI M


Learning for Success

3-4:50pm E-5 PARTAINE J 3:20-5:45pm NS-358 NICHOLS P (Class Number 71823 meets 9/17-12/10) 4-5:50pm E-9 JONES R 4-5:50pm E-8 MARISCAL E 4-5:50pm E-6 TULKKI R 4-5:50pm NA-1 SANDERS G

TTh MW

71874

MW

71837 71838

TTh MW

5-6:50pm E-5 HEMPLEMAN T 6-9:50pm NS-358 HUMACIU M (Class Number 71873 meets 10/21-12/16) 6-9:50pm NS-259 ITO R (Class Number 71874 meets 8/19-10/14) 7-8:50pm E-6 RAMASWAMY B 7-8:50pm E-9 STAFF

73358 70252

LEC LEC LEC LEC

70253 70250 70824 70254 70831 73357 70981

TTh MWF Th MWF TTh MW MW MW TTh MW

73356 71444

MW TTh

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 71815 71832

MW MW

8:15-10:05am

ESC-302

HAYES G

LEC

Class Number 71815 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-2:05pm

ESC-503

VELDKAMP A

LEC

Class Number 71832 meets at Palomar College Escondido 71851

MW

(Class Number 71832 meets 10/21-12/16) 10:15-2:05pm ESC-403 SPENCE T

MW

(Class Number 71851 meets 8/19-10/14) 12:15-2:05pm ESC-303 MUMFORD M

LEC

Class Number 71851 meets at Palomar College Escondido 71844

DAY

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71836 71873

CLASS#

LEC

Class Number 71844 meets at Palomar College Escondido TTh

7-8:50pm

ESC-301

SADEGHIPOUR F LEC

Class Number 71839 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 71833

MW

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-M

LEE J

LEC

TTh

(Class Number 71833 meets 8/19-10/14) 6-9:50pm FUHS CUATOK A

LEC

Class Number 71864 meets at Fallbrook Union High School 71835

TTh

(Class Number 71864 meets 8/20-10/15) 6-9:50pm FUHS NOWAK J

LEC

Class Number 71835 meets at Fallbrook Union High School 73667

TTh

(Class Number 71835 meets 10/17-12/12) 6-9:50pm CPPEN-M MISIEWICZ J

LEC

Class Number 73667 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside

70683 71443

TTh MW

70258

SAN MARCOS/Day MWF TTh

9-9:50am 9:30-10:50am

E-6 E-7

TIAN Y MCMILLEN K

LEC LEC

E-7

STAFF

LEC

IMATH 105 CONCEPTS OF ELEMENTARY MATH I

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70246

T

6:30-9:20pm

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 56 or MATH 60, or eligibility determined through the math placement process.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70247

TTh

11-12:20pm

NA-1

JONES R

IMATH 106 CONCEPTS OF ELEMENTARY MATH II Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 105

LEC

(3.0 units)

MW

70249 70260 71114 71642

MW

LEC LEC

5-6:50pm NA-2 ZAHEDANI H 6-9:50pm NS-259 ITO R (Class Number 71443 meets 10/21-12/16) 7-8:50pm E-5 BAUER E

LEC LEC LEC

TTh MW MW MW

8:15-10:05am

ESC-301

GUERRERO L

LEC

Class Number 70249 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-302

HAYES G

LEC

Class Number 70260 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-12:05pm ESC-301

BOTICA J

LEC

Class Number 71114 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-2:05pm

ESC-403

SPENCE T

LEC

Class Number 71642 meets at Palomar College Escondido 71735

MW

(Class Number 71642 meets 10/21-12/16) 10:15-2:05pm ESC-701 STAFF

LEC

Class Number 71735 meets at Palomar College Escondido 70827

TTh

(Class Number 71735 meets 10/21-12/16) 12:15-2:05pm ESC-301 SAFARALIAN L

LEC

Class Number 70827 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70257

MW

5-6:50pm

ESC-304

BOTICA J

LEC

Class Number 70257 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 70256

MW

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-M

LEE J

LEC

Class Number 70256 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside 70259

MW

(Class Number 70256 meets 10/21-12/16) 6-9:50pm CPPEN-M LOPEZ G

LEC

Class Number 70259 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside

IMATH 115 TRIGONOMETRY

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 56 or MATH 60, or eligibility determined through the math placement process.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70262 71445 70263 70261 70264 70829 70265 73364

MWF TTh MWF TTh TTh MWF TTh MW

8-8:50am 8-9:20am 9-9:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-11:50am 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm

NS-259 NA-1 E-5 NA-2 E-9 NA-2 NA-1 NS-259

TIAN Y STAFF LARSON P CLEGG D CHAMBERLIN C LARSON P ALIDAEE B JOHNSTON T

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

6:30-9:20pm

E-8

LY L

LEC

6:30-9:20pm

CPPEN-M

LOPEZ G

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70266

M

SITES/Evening 73343

SAN MARCOS/Day 70248

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

(Class Number 70259 meets 8/19-10/14)

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 56 or MATH 60, or eligibility determined through the math placement process.

73365 70245

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO/Day

(Class Number 73667 meets 10/17-12/12)

IMATH 100 EXPLORING MATHEMATICS

INSTRUCTOR

9:30-11:20am NS-358 JOHNSTON T 10-10:50am E-7 RIVERA J 10-10:50am E-5 11-12:10pm E-9 TIAN Y 12-1:50pm NS-259 TOWFIQ F 12-1:50pm NA-1 CHEUNG J 2-3:50pm E-7 MIFFLIN K 2-3:50pm E-6 ALIDAEE B 2-3:50pm NA-2 STAFF 3:20-5:45pm NS-259 LY L (Class Number 70981 meets 9/16-12/9) 4-5:50pm E-7 WILLIAMS C 4-5:50pm NA-1 CHAMBERLIN C

Class Number 71833 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside 71864

LOC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71839

TIME

MW

Class Number 73343 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside 3:30-4:50pm

NS-358

IMATH 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA

JOHNSTON T

LEC

(Class Number 73343 meets 10/21-12/16)

(4.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 56 or MATH 60, or eligibility determined through the math placement process.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70983 70251 70255

MW MTWF MWF Th

7-8:50am 8-8:50am 8-8:50am 8-8:50am

GENERAL INFO

MW MW MW MW

LEC/LAB

CREDIT CLASSES

71830 71875 71834 73352

INSTRUCTOR

ESCONDIDO CENTER

TTh TTh

LOC

SITES

71818 71823

TIME

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

DAY

NONCREDIT

CLASS#

O-12 E-9 E-5 E-9

GUERRERO L RIVERA J STEN L

LEC LEC LEC LEC

www.palomar.edu

71


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IMATH 120 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 56 or MATH 60, or eligibility determined through the math placement process.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70272

DE

INTERNET

CHAKKANAKUZHI M

CREDIT CLASSES

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 6-7:00 p.m. in E-1. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/mchakkanakuzhi/ Testing for this class will be administered at the San Marcos Campus. Student activity in this class must begin prior to census date.

70270 70271 70269 70268 73363 70267

TTh MWF TTh TTh MWF MW

8-9:20am 9-9:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 12-12:50pm 2-3:20pm

LEC

ESCONDIDO CENTER

W TTh

SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING NONCREDIT

MW TTh

(4.0 units)

7-7:50am 7-7:50am 7:30-9:20am 11-11:50am 2-3:50pm

E-7 E-8 E-5 NS-259 E-8

LEDERMAN B MCCANN M MIFFLIN K SQUIRES A

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

6:30-8:20pm

NS-359

WILLIAMS C

LEC

(5.0 units)

7-9:20am 8-9:30am 12:30-1:35pm 12:30-1:35pm 2-4:20pm 4-6:20pm

E-7 E-7 E-9 NA-2 E-6 NA-2

TIAN Y FRAZEE K ELLIS M

LEC LEC LEC LEC ALIDAEE B LEC LOWENKRON D LEC

6:30-8:50pm

E-6

HEMPLEMAN T

LEC

(5.0 units)

7-9:20am 8-8:50am 10-10:50am 12:30-2:50pm 1-1:50pm 1-1:50pm 2-4:20pm

NS-259 E-8 E-9 NS-136 E-8 NS-117 NS-140

FRAZEE K JOHNSTON T VOTH A BRANNICK M LIENHART S BRANNICK M

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

6:30-8:50pm 6:30-8:50pm

E-7 E-8

BRANNICK M JONES R

LEC LEC

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in Math 140

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Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 141

SAN MARCOS/Day 70288

8-8:50am 10-10:50am 1-1:50pm

Q-4 E-6 E-7

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LARSON P WIESTLING J NGUYEN C

LEC LEC LEC

MWF

8-8:50am

NS-258

NGUYEN C

LEC

NA-1

HARLAND J

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening W

6:30-9:20pm

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 141

70289 73359

MTThF TTh

8-8:50am 12-1:50pm

E-6 E-8

LARSON G CLEGG D

LEC LEC

E-5

WALKER M

LEC

ESC-501

ROSEN A

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70290

TTh

7-8:50pm

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70973

MW

6-7:50pm

Class Number 70973 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IMATH 206 CALCULUS/DIFFERNTIAL EQUATIONS Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in Math 205

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening TTh

5-6:50pm

E-6

SQUIRES A

IMATH 245 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 130 or MATH 140

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70818

MWF

9-9:50am

E-9

CHAKKANAKUZHI M

LEC

MEDICAL ASSISTING

See Office Information Systems (OIS) Medical Assisting Clinical not offered at Palomar College

METEOROLOGY See Geography.

MICROBIOLOGY IMICR 200 FUNDAMENTALS OF MICROBIOLOGY

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in BIOL 102; or BIOL 200 and CHEM 104 or CHEM 100; or BIOL 100 and CHEM 104 or CHEM 100; or BIOL 105 and CHEM 104 or CHEM 100; or BIOL 101, BIOL 101L and CHEM 104 or CHEM 100, or ZOO 203. Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70944

MW MW

9-9:50am 10-1:20pm

NS-231 NS-231

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

MW MW

11-11:50am 12-3:20pm

NS-227 NS-227

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

TTh TTh

11-11:50am 12-3:20pm

NS-231 NS-231

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

70837

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

70293

SAN MARCOS/Day MTWTh MTWF MTWTh

LEC LAB

IMATH 200 INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA (3.0 units)

70291

IMATH 141 CALCULUS/ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 2ND (4.0 units)

73361 70286 70285

NGUYEN C NGUYEN C

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70283 70284

MD-323 MD-232

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Day

70972

2:30-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm

CUATOK A

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 135, or MATH 110 and MATH 115, or eligibility determined through the Math placement process. TTh MTWThF MTWThF MW MWF TTh TTh

MW MW

FUHS

IMATH 140 CALCULUS/ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 1ST

71447 70282 70280 73360 70281

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 135, or MATH 110 and MATH 115, or eligibility determined through the Math placement process. Cross listed as CSCI 146 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

6:30-9:20pm

SAN MARCOS/Evening MW

LEC LEC

IMATH 205 CALCULUS/ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 3RD (4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

70279

WALKER M MARTINEZ M

IMATH 146 FORTRAN-90 FOR MATH/SCIENCE

71131

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 115 or eligibility determined through the math placement process

71331 73353

E-9 NS-258

LEC

IMATH 135 PRECALCULUS MATHEMATICS

TTh MWF MW TTh TTh MW

5-6:50pm 7-8:50pm

TERBELL L

SAN MARCOS/Evening

71446 70277 70278

TTh MW

E-8

SAN MARCOS/Day

MW

70287 70984

6:30-9:20pm

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 110 or eligibility determined through the math placement process

70276

LEC/LAB

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

IMATH 130 CALC FOR BUS/SOCIAL SCIENCES

71055 70274 70275

INSTRUCTOR

MCMILLEN K NACOZY F STAFF TORGISON C LIENHART S CHEUNG J

Class Number 71130 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

MW TTh TTh MTWTh TTh

LOC

NS-359 E-8 NA-1 E-5 NA-2 E-9

(Class Number 71130 meets 10/17-12/12)

73362

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Evening

73426

SITES/Evening 71130

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70273

CLASS#

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.


Learning for Success

71511

TTh TTh

5-5:50pm 6-9:20pm

NS-231 NS-231

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

MULTICULTURAL STUDIES (3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70953

DE

INTERNET ALLEN S

LEC

This is an online class. A webinar orientation will be scheduled on: Monday, August 19, from 5-6:00 p.m. Registered students will be contacted by email the week before classes begin. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71672 70292 70681 70819

MW TTh MW TTh

(Class Number 70953 meets 8/19-10/15) 10-11:20am MD-317 JENKINS J 12:30-1:50pm MD-328 STAFF 12:30-1:50pm MD-328 ALLEN S 2-3:20pm MD-328 STAFF

IMCS 115 GRAPHICS/MEDIA: MULTICULTURAL

LEC LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. Cross listed as GC 115 DE

INTERNET PAYN L

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Friday, October 18, from 10-11:50 a.m. in MD-135. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/lpayn

LEC

Cross listed as RS 124

DE

LEC

(Class Number 71258 meets 8/19-10/15)

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. Cross listed as AMS/SOC 200 DE

INTERNET FRANCO E

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70990

DE

INTERNET SAN JUAN S

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 7-8:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71688

W

2-4:50pm

MD-131

STAFF

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71289

DE

INTERNET WALTON S

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://faculty.palomar.edu/swalton/

71634 70296

TTh MW

(Class Number 71289 meets 10/17-12/16) 1:30-2:50pm D-4 WELLER E 1:30-2:50pm D-4 KUROKAWA P

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71351

M

6-8:50pm

D-4

BYRNE M

LEC

9:15-10:05am

ESC-504

GOLDEN A

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 70295

MWF

Class Number 70295 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71251

T

6-8:50pm

ESC-504

BYRNE M

LEC

Class Number 71251 meets at Palomar College Escondido

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70297

T

12:30-3:20pm

D-3

CHASE D

LEC

(3.0 units)

DE

INTERNET WALTON S

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://faculty.palomar.edu/swalton/

70298

TTh

(Class Number 71259 meets 8/19-10/15) 11-12:20pm D-3 WELLER E

IMUS 103 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC 70299 70828 71252

TTh MWF MW

LEC

(3.0 units)

8:30-9:50am D-4 BRUCK D 10-10:50am D-4 WEBER R 12-2:50pm D-3 WOLF S (Class Number 71252 meets 10/17-12/16)

LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening M

6:30-9:20pm

D-3

IMUS 105 MUSIC THEORY I LEC

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Day

70832

SAN MARCOS/Day 70963

For class information, contact the department office at 760 744-1150, ext. 2316.

71259

This is an online class. A webinar orientation will be scheduled on: Monday, August 19, from 6-7:00 p.m. Registered students will be contacted by email the week before classes begin. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IMCS 200 RACE, CLASS, AND ETHNIC GROUPS

times a student may enroll. Some Music courses may be repeated provided student has not reached the limitation for the applicable group of Music courses. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Music classes is available at http://www.palomar.edu/

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

(3.0 units)

INTERNET ALLEN S

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 71258

INSTRUCTOR

IMUS 102 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ

(Class Number 73073 meets 10/17-12/16)

IMCS 124 ISLAMIC CULTURES & TRADITIONS

LOC

IMUS 101 SURVEY OF 20TH CENTURY MUSIC

SAN MARCOS/Day 73073

TIME

IMUS 100 MUSIC APPRECIATION

Advisor: J.Valdez, phone ext. 2219, jvaldez@palomar.edu

IMCS 100 INTRO TO MULTICULTURAL STUDIES

DAY

INGBER J

LEC

(3.0 units)

Corequisite: MUS 110 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70300

LEC

M W W

10-11:50am 10-10:50am 11-11:50am

D-3 D-3 D-3

WELLER E

MUSIC

Advisor: M. Byrne, phone ext. 2809, mbyrne@palomar.edu; P. Kurokawa, phone ext. 2322, pkurokawa@palomar.edu; E. Weller, phone ext. 3949, eweller@palomar.edu

LEC LEC LAB

WELLER E

Arrange 1 hour per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IMUS 110 MUSIC SKILLS I LEC

GENERAL INFO

SAN MARCOS/Evening

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Ability to read and write basic music notation. Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day 70302

M W

12-12:50pm 12-12:50pm

D-11 D-11

WELLER E WELLER E

LEC LAB

Arrange 2 hours per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

State Guidelines limit the number of times a student may take courses with related content and similar primary educational activities. Therefore, some combinations of course work in Music have limitations on the number of

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GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IMUS 112 BASIC SOUND REINFORCEMENT

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73756

T Th

1:30-3:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

D-10 D-10

GIRACELLO R GIRACELLO R

IMUS 114 ADVANCED SOUND REINFORCEMENT Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS/ENTT/TA 112 Cross listed as ENTT/TA 114

LEC LAB

(1.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

CREDIT CLASSES

73571

TTh

D-10

GIRACELLO R

LAB

(0.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day MW TTh

11-11:50am 1:30-2:20pm

D-11 D-11

MUNSON M GRAY S

LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70907 71298

T W

6:30-8:20pm 6:30-8:20pm

D-11 D-11

MUNSON M KUHN L

ESCONDIDO CENTER

IMUS 117 BASIC KEYBOARD II

LAB LAB

(0.5 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 115 or the passing of equivalency test

SAN MARCOS/Day 71618

W

4-5:50pm

D-11

KUHN L

IMUS 119 PIANO SKILLS I

LAB

(0.5 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 117 or the passing of equivalency test

SAN MARCOS/Day 71619

Th

4-5:50pm

D-11

KUHN L

IMUS 130 FUNDAMENTAL VOCAL SKILLS

LAB

(2.0 units)

SITES

T MW MW

11-12:50pm 11-11:50am 1-1:50pm

D-5 D-5 D-5

HAMMER J JAEB M BRYAN K

LEC LEC LEC

ESC-504

JAEB M

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71620

M

6:30-8:20pm

Class Number 71620 meets at Palomar College Escondido

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

IMUS 131 VOCAL LITERATURE/PERFORMANCE Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 130

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70924

MW

1-1:50pm

D-5

BRYAN K

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71621

M

6:30-8:20pm

ESC-504

JAEB M

LEC

Class Number 71621 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IMUS 137 CUBAN AND BRAZILIAN DRUMMING I Cross listed as DNCE 137

(0.5 units)

W

3-4:50pm

PAC-215

VIGO S

IMUS 138 CUBAN/BRAZILIAN DRUMMING II Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment subject to audition Cross listed as DNCE 138

LAB

(0.5 units)

W Th

70305

Th

7-9:50pm

D-6

Prerequisite: Ability to perform on one or more instruments and read music. Enrollment subject to audition

70306

3-4:50pm 3:30-5:20pm

PAC-215 PAC-215

M

4-6:50pm

D-6

VIGO S STAFF

LAB LAB

NONCREDIT

D-5

DEAN S

IMUS 148 PALOMAR CHORALE

LAB

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition.

Prerequisite: Ability to perform on one or more instruments and to sight-read music

73565

T

3:30-6:20pm

D-10

7-9:50pm

D-5

DEAN S

GENERAL INFO

IMUS 149 SPECTRUM POP/JAZZ SINGERS

LAB

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition

74

TTh

1:30-2:50pm

D-5

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

HAMMER J

LAB

LAB

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on music reading

SAN MARCOS/Day 70307

T

4-5:50pm

D-6

PILE R

LEC

IMUS 158 CHAMBER SINGERS

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on vocal ability and music reading

SAN MARCOS/Day 70308

MW

8:30-9:50am

D-6

DEAN S

IMUS 171 WORLD MUSIC

LAB

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Evening W

6-8:50pm

D-4

HACKER A

IMUS 172 REPERTORY JAZZ ENSEMBLE

LEC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70309

M

7-9:50pm

D-6

KUROKAWA P

IMUS 175 BEGINNING GUITAR

LAB

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70315 70317

T W

2-3:50pm 2-3:50pm

D-6 D-6

PILE R GOLDEN A

LEC LEC

ESC-504

GOLDEN A

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70316

Th

6:30-8:20pm

Class Number 70316 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IMUS 178 CLASSICAL GUITAR

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 175 or ability to read music

SAN MARCOS/Day T

4-5:50pm

D-6

PILE R

IMUS 179 BEGINNING FLAMENCO GUITAR

LEC

(2.0 units)

Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of guitar

SAN MARCOS/Evening W

5-6:50pm

D-5

WOLF S

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103 or 115 or ARTI 246 or GCMW 204

71093 70319

M TTh

12-2:50pm 1:30-2:50pm

D-2 D-2

BYRNE M BYRNE M

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as AMS/ART/DNCE/TA 182

SAN MARCOS/Day 72756

MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS or TA 182 Cross listed as AMS/ART/DNCE/TA 183

SAN MARCOS/Day 72765

SAN MARCOS/Day 71622

KUROKAWA P

IMUS 157 GUITAR ENSEMBLES

IMUS 183 INTERNSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT

SAN MARCOS/Evening

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day

IMUS 182 INTRO TO ARTS MANAGEMENT

7-9:50pm

WELLER R

IMUS 155 CHAMBER ENSEMBLE - BRASS

SAN MARCOS/Evening

W

LAB

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day

70304

(1.0 unit)

BELL K

IMUS 180 COMPUTER MUSIC I

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition with emphasis on vocal ability and music reading. W

LEC/LAB

IMUS 152 JAZZ ENSEMBLE

IMUS 143 PALOMAR CHORALE CHAMBER ENSMBL (1.0 unit)

70939

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Evening

71350

SAN MARCOS/Day 73625 71051

LOC

Prerequisite: Ability to perform on one or more band instruments

70318

SAN MARCOS/Day 70922

TIME

IMUS 151 CONCERT BAND

71019

SAN MARCOS/Day 70908 70909 70923

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day 8:30-10:40am

IMUS 115 BASIC KEYBOARD I 71018 70906

CLASS#

MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

LAB


Learning for Success DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

IMUS 184 ELECTRONIC ENSEMBLE

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

SAN MARCOS/Day 71178

Th

3:30-6:20pm

D-2

BYRNE M

IMUS 187 COMPUTER MUSIC COMPOSITION

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 103 or MUS 115, and MUS 180 and MUS 181

SAN MARCOS/Day Th

3:30-6:20pm

D-2

BYRNE M

IMUS 198 PALOMAR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition.

LEC

CREDIT CLASSES

71253

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70310

T

7-9:50pm

D-6

WELLER E LAB REINER-MARCUS U

IMUS 210 ADVANCED HARMONY

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Corequisite: MUS 215 Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 106 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70311

T Th Th

9-10:50am 9-9:50am 10-10:50am

D-3 D-3 D-3

KUROKAWA P KUROKAWA P

LEC LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IMUS 215 MUSIC SKILLS III

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MUS 111 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70313

T Th

11-11:50am 11-11:50am

D-11 D-11

KUROKAWA P KUROKAWA P

SITES

SAN MARCOS/Day LEC LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day 71168

TBA

D-1BB

MASUR J

LAB

71020

TBA

D-1BB

STEINBERG S

LAB

70320

TBA

D-1BB

STAFF

LAB

71021

TBA

D-1BB

GLASSON F

LAB

71296

TBA

D-1BB

BOSS R

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

71254

TBA

D-1BB

WOLF S

LAB

71169

TBA

D-1BB

KUHN L

LAB

70330

TBA

D-1BB

GOLDEN A

LAB

71044

TBA

D-1BB

CHASE E

LAB

70328

TBA

D-1BB

PILE R

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. www.palomar.edu

75

NONCREDIT

(2.0 units)

Corequisite: MUS 222 and at least one music ensemble (MUS 134-198). Complete list in College Catalog under MUS 220 The Applied Music Program provides private music lessons in keyboard, voice, guitar, brass, woodwind and various other instruments. Program requires: 1. one hour lesson per week (2 units) 2. five hours of ON CAMPUS practice per week 3. participation in a Palomar music ensemble (1 unit) 4. concurrent enrollment in Music 222 (.5 units) Students are admitted by special audition on Friday, August 24. Contact the Performing Arts Office (D16), 760 744-1150, ext. 2316 for appointment. Limitation on enrollment: Enrollment subject to audition

GENERAL INFO

IMUS 220 APPLIED MUSIC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

Arrange 2 hours per week in the Performing Arts Media Lab, room D-2. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

GENERAL INFO

71623

TIME

TBA

LOC

D-1BB

INSTRUCTOR

BRYAN K

LEC/LAB

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

71297

TBA

D-1BB

JAEB M

LAB

71333

TBA

D-1BB

STAFF

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

CREDIT CLASSES

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

ESCONDIDO CENTER

71255

TBA

D-1BB

STAFF

LAB

70329

TBA

D-1BB

REINER-MARCUS U LAB

71170

TBA

D-1BB

BIGGS M

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IMUS 222 PERFORMANCE STUDIES

(0.5 units)

Corequisite: MUS 220

SAN MARCOS/Day 70323

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

71338

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

71339

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

71340

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

71341

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

71342

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

71343

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

70325

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

70326

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

71344

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

71345

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

70324

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

70321

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

70322

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

70327

F

1-2:50pm

D-10

WELLER E

LAB

Piano

French Horn

SITES

Studio Guitar Bass Cello

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

Clarinet Flute

Percussion Saxophone Voice Harp

Trombone Trumpet Violin

Classical Guitar

NURSING EDUCATION

NONCREDIT

For information about Palomar’s Registered Nursing Program, students should attend an information meeting. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month (except January, June, and July) on the San Marcos campus. For additional information and room location, see the Nursing Education Web site at www.palomar.edu/nursing Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

INURS 103 NURSING FOUNDATION I

(2.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

Corequisite: NURS 117 Prerequisite: Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. NURS 103 only satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement when student also completes NURS 217.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72068

76

M

1:30-3:20pm

HS-102

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

PINCE N

LEC

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

INURS 110 LVN-RN TRANSITION

LEC/LAB

(2.0 units)

Nursing Program Student Group Prerequisite: A copy of a current, active California LVN license in good standing must be on file in the Nursing Education Office prior to registering in this class Recommended preparation: MATH 56 or 60 This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. NURS 110 only satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement when student also completes NURS 217. Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72651

F F

8-8:50am 9-11:50am

HS-106 HS-106

ECKHART J ECKHART J

LEC LAB

A copy of a current, active California LVN license in good standing must be on file in the Nursing Education Office prior to registration for this class.

INURS 117 NURSING I

(9.0 units)

Corequisite: NURS 103 Prerequisite: Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program Students registering for NURS 117 must first enroll in a clinical (CLN) section and will automatically be enrolled in the lecture (LEC). Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 72070 or 72071.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72070

MT

9:30-11:50am

HS-101

VAN HOUTEN J

LAB

72071

MT

9:30-11:50am

HS-102

PINCE N

LAB

TBA

CLN

PINCE N

CLN

10-11:50am

HS-204

PINCE N VAN HOUTEN J

LEC

TBA

CLN

PINCE N

CLN

10-11:50am

HS-204

PINCE N VAN HOUTEN J

LEC

TBA

CLN

VAN HOUTEN J CLN

10-11:50am

HS-204

PINCE N VAN HOUTEN J

LEC

TBA

CLN

PINCE N

CLN

10-11:50am

HS-204

PINCE N VAN HOUTEN J

LEC

Students must first register in one of the following clinical (CLN) classes: 72072, 72073, 72074, or 72149. Students must first register in one of the following clinical (CLN) classes: 72072, 72073, 72074, or 72149.

SITES/Day 72073

Arrange 160 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 10 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72073 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day MT

SITES/Day 72072

Arrange 160 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 10 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72072 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day MT

SITES/Day 72074

Arrange 160 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 10 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72074 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day MT

SITES/Day 72149

Arrange 160 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 10 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72149 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day MT


Learning for Success

SAN MARCOS/Day 72141

MT

8-9:20am

HS-102

FARQUHARSON H LAB

72140

MT

8-9:20am

HS-101

FARQUHARSON H LAB

Students must first register in one of the following clinical (CLN) classes: 72076, 72077, or 72164. Students must first register in one of the following clinical (CLN) classes: 72076, 72077, or 72164. TBA

CLN

Th W Th

SAN MARCOS/Day MT

8-9:50am

HS-204

FARQUHARSON H

LEC

TBA

CLN

FARQUHARSON H CLN

SITES/Day 72076

Arrange 192 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different locations for a total of 12 hours per week. Students will do a 5 week pediatric rotation at Kaiser Hospital in San Diego. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72076 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day MT

8-9:50am

HS-204

FARQUHARSON H

LEC

TBA

CLN

FARQUHARSON H CLN

SITES/Day 72164

Arrange 192 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different locations for a total of 12 hours per week. Students will do a 5 week pediatric rotation at Kaiser Hospital in San Diego. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72164 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day MT

8-9:50am

HS-204

INURS 203 NURSING FOUNDATION II

FARQUHARSON H

LEC

(1.0 unit)

Corequisite: NURS 217 or NURS 118 Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in NURS 103 or NURS 110 or a copy of a current, active California LVN license in good standing must be on file in the Nursing Education Office prior to registration for this class.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72078

M

12-12:50pm

HS-102

INURS 217 NURSING III

72644

72086

TBA

CLN

NEBELSICK-TAGG M CLN

Arrange 200 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 12.5 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC and LAB. Class Number 72086 meets at Clinical Site TBA

LEC/LAB

10:30-12:50pm HS-101 9-10:50am HS-106 8-9:50am HS-101

NEBELSICK-TAGG M LAB NEBELSICK-TAGG M LEC

TBA

NEBELSICK-TAGG M

CLN

NEBELSICK-TAGG M NEBELSICK-TAGG M

LAB LEC LEC

DONOVAN K

CLN

10:30-12:50pm HS-102 9-10:50am HS-102 8-9:50am HS-102

DONOVAN K DONOVAN K

LAB LEC LEC

TBA

DONOVAN K

CLN

10:30-12:50pm HS-102 9-10:50am HS-102 8-9:50am HS-102

DONOVAN K DONOVAN K

LAB LEC LEC

TBA

FLANAGAN C

CLN

10:30-12:50pm HS-106 7:30-9:20am HS-106 8-9:50am HS-106

FLANAGAN C FLANAGAN C

LAB LEC LEC

TBA

FLANAGAN C

CLN

FLANAGAN C FLANAGAN C

LAB LEC LEC

LEC

CLN

SAN MARCOS/Day Th W Th

10:30-12:50pm HS-101 9-10:50am HS-106 8-9:50am HS-101

SITES/Day 72085

TBA

CLN

Arrange 200 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 12.5 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC and LAB. Class Number 72085 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day Th W Th

SITES/Day 72645

CLN

Arrange 200 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 12.5 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC and LAB. Class Number 72645 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day Th W Th

SITES/Day 72087

CLN

Arrange 200 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 12.5 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC and LAB. Class Number 72087 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day Th M Th

(9.0 units)

SITES/Day

INSTRUCTOR

Arrange 200 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 12.5 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC and LAB. Class Number 72644 meets at Clinical Site TBA

PAGNI-KIEFER L LEC

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in NURS 118 or admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program (LVN-RN) or admission to the Non-Degree Program LVN-RN (30-unit option); and a minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in NURS 203. This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. Students registering for NURS 217 must first enroll in a clinical (CLN) section and will automatically be enrolled in the lecture (LEC) and the (LAB). NURS 217 only satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement when student also completes either NURS 103 or NURS 110.

LOC

SITES/Day

FARQUHARSON H CLN

Arrange 192 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different locations for a total of 12 hours per week. Students will do a 5 week pediatric rotation at Kaiser Hospital in San Diego. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC.

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SITES/Day 72077

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(9.0 units)

Corequisite: NURS 203 Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in NURS 103 and 117 Students registering for NURS 118 must first enroll in a clinical (CLN) section and will automatically be enrolled in the lecture (LEC). Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 72141 or 72140. All students will do a 5 week pediatric rotation at Kaiser Hospital in San Diego.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INURS 118 NURSING II

INSTRUCTOR

SITES/Day 72646

CLN

Arrange 200 hours with instructor. Students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different clinical locations for a total of 12.5 hours per week. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC and LAB. Class Number 72646 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day Th M Th

10:30-12:50pm HS-106 7:30-9:20am HS-106 8-9:50am HS-106

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

www.palomar.edu

77


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

GENERAL INFO

INURS 218 NURSING IV

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

(9.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in NURS 203 and 217 Students registering for NURS 218 must first enroll in a clinical (CLN) section and will automatically be enrolled in the lecture (LEC). Students must then register in one of the following LAB classes: 72142 or 72143.

SAN MARCOS/Day

CREDIT CLASSES

72142

W W

72143

W W

12:30-2:20pm HS-101 ECKHART J 12:30-2:20pm HS-102 ROBINSON J (Class Number 72142 meets 8/21-11/6) 12:30-2:20pm HS-102 ROBINSON J 12:30-2:20pm HS-101 ECKHART J (Class Number 72143 meets 8/21-11/6)

LAB LEC

TBA

CLN

LAB LEC

SITES/Day 72090

CLN

ROBINSON J

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Arrange 240 hours with instructor. For the first 12 weeks, students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different locations for a total of 10 hours per week. For the last 4 weeks, students must be available all shifts, as well as weekends, for 120 hours of preceptorship. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72090 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day W Th

9-10:50am HS-204 ROBINSON J 10-11:50am HS-204 (Class Number 72090 meets 8/19-12/16)

LEC LEC

SITES/Day 72089

TBA

CLN

ROBINSON J

CLN

SITES

Arrange 240 hours with instructor. For the first 12 weeks, students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different locations for a total of 10 hours per week. For the last 4 weeks, students must be available all shifts, as well as weekends, for 120 hours of preceptorship. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72089 meets at Clinical Site TBA

SAN MARCOS/Day

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

W Th

9-10:50am HS-204 ROBINSON J 10-11:50am HS-204 (Class Number 72089 meets 8/19-12/16)

LEC LEC

SITES/Day 72091

TBA

CLN

ROBINSON J

CLN

Arrange 240 hours with instructor. For the first 12 weeks, students must be available for variable clinical assignments at different locations for a total of 10 hours per week. For the last 4 weeks, students must be available all shifts, as well as weekends, for 120 hours of preceptorship. Students registering in the CLN will automatically be enrolled in the LEC. Class Number 72091 meets at Clinical Site TBA 9-10:50am HS-204 ROBINSON J 10-11:50am HS-204 (Class Number 72091 meets 8/19-12/16)

LEC LEC

NUTRITION

OCEANOGRAPHY

NONCREDIT

Advisors: P. Deen, phone ext. 2519, pdeen@palomar.edu; A. Trujillo, phone ext. 2734, atrujillo@palomar.edu; and L.Yon, phone ext. 2369, lyon@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71451

DE

INTERNET TRUJILLO A

GENERAL INFO

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/atrujillo

71452

DE

INTERNET TRUJILLO A

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/atrujillo

78

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

DE

INTERNET TRUJILLO A

LEC

71454

DE

INTERNET TRUJILLO A

LEC

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm

NS-136 NS-135 NS-135 NS-135 NS-131

GARZA J GOMES C MORTON J WOLCOTT R YON L

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

6:30-9:20pm

NS-135

MORTON J

LEC

11:45-1:05pm

ESC-402

TRUJILLO A

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/atrujillo This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/atrujillo

73378 70331 70332 70333 71457

TTh TTh MW MW TTh

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70339

Th

ESCONDIDO/Day 70338

TTh

Class Number 70338 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IOCN 100L OCEANOGRAPHY LAB

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in, OCN 100

SAN MARCOS/Day 70337

S

9-11:50am

NS-131

GILSON J

LAB

70334

M

1-3:50pm

NS-131

DEEN P

LAB

70335

W

1-3:50pm

NS-131

DEEN P

LAB

70336

Th

1-3:50pm

NS-131

YON L

LAB

71456

T

1-3:50pm

NS-131

YON L

LAB

1:30-4:20pm

ESC-402

GOMES C

LAB

Field trip fees for Ocean Institute Advanced Living Systems boat trip/lab program and Birch Aquarium approximately $55. Required lab manual $40. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the lab manual at the first class meeting. Field trip fees for Ocean Institute Advanced Living Systems boat trip/lab program and Birch Aquarium approximately $55. Required lab manual $40. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the lab manual at the first class meeting. Field trip fees for Ocean Institute Advanced Living Systems boat trip/lab program and Birch Aquarium approximately $55. Required lab manual $40. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the lab manual at the first class meeting. Field trip fees for Ocean Institute Advanced Living Systems boat trip/lab program and Birch Aquarium approximately $55. Required lab manual $40. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the lab manual at the first class meeting. Field trip fees for Ocean Institute Advanced Living Systems boat trip/lab program and Birch Aquarium approximately $55. Required lab manual $40. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the lab manual at the first class meeting.

ESCONDIDO/Day T

Field trip fees for Ocean Institute Advanced Living Systems boat trip/lab program and Birch Aquarium approximately $55. Required lab manual $40. The instructor will discuss how to purchase the lab manual at the first class meeting. Class Number 71455 meets at Palomar College Escondido

OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

See Family and Consumer Sciences, Health

IOCN 100 OCEANOGRAPHY LECTURE

DAY

71453

71455

SAN MARCOS/Day W Th

CLASS#

LEC

Advisor: J. Martin. Phone ext. 2488, www.palomar.edu/business See also Cooperative Education if employed.

IOIS 80 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY/ANATOMY 72915

DE

INTERNET MCNEAL C

LEC

9-10:50am

MD-334

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72914 LEC

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

MW

LIBERMAN L


Learning for Success

(3.0 units)

INTERNET STAFF

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IOIS 84 HEALTHCARE WRITING TECHNIQUES Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in OIS 80

LEC

DE

(2.0 units)

INTERNET LIBERMAN L

IOIS 86 ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD APPS Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in OIS 80

LEC

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET MCNEAL C

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC

Recommended preparation: OIS 80

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET MCNEAL C

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IOIS 101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING

LEC

11-11:50am 12-12:50pm 11-12:50pm

MD-334 MD-334 MD-334

T T Th

11:45-12:35pm ESC-101 12:45-1:35pm ESC-101 11:45-1:35pm ESC-101

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 73522 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IOIS 102 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING

(2.0 units)

Recommended preparation: OIS 101 or a keyboarding speed of 30 net words per minute Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73323

DE DE

INTERNET ANSPACH K INTERNET ANSPACH K

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

LEC LAB

ESCONDIDO/Day 73524

T T Th

11:45-12:35pm ESC-101 12:45-1:35pm ESC-101 11:45-1:35pm ESC-101

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 73524 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IOIS 115 FILING AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT

(1.0 unit)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72196

DE DE

INTERNET BARNES S INTERNET BARNES S

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

MARCH N

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET KERCKHOVE L

LEC

71327

(Class Number 71400 meets 8/19-10/15) DE INTERNET KERCKHOVE L

LEC

71666

(Class Number 71327 meets 10/17-12/16) DE INTERNET KERCKHOVE L

LEC

(Class Number 71666 meets 10/17-12/16) 8-9:20am MD-314 LESLIE W 12:30-1:50pm MD-206 MARTIN J 12:30-1:50pm MD-206 KIEHL B

LEC LEC LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71142 70341 70340

MW MW TTh

SAN MARCOS/Evening T

6-8:50pm

MD-314

LESLIE W

LEC

70345

TTh

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-S

EMPEY S

LEC

Class Number 70345 meets at Camp Pendleton South (Class Number 70345 meets 10/17-12/12)

ESCONDIDO/Day 73522

MD-334

SITES/Evening

(2.0 units)

ANSPACH K ANSPACH K

9:30-10:50am

IPHIL 100 THEORY-ETHICAL/POLITICL VALUES

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

(3.0 units)

PHILOSOPHY

71069

SAN MARCOS/Day 73317

LEC/LAB

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

(Class Number 73320 meets 10/17-12/16)

IOIS 88 MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

73322

TTh

71400

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

73320

INSTRUCTOR

Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Behavioral Sciences Department, ext. 2330.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72917

LOC

IOIS 120 INTRO TO OFFICE INFO SYSTEMS 72093

DE

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 72916

DAY

GENERAL INFO

Recommended preparation: OIS 80

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IOIS 82 MEDICAL INSURANCE BILL/CODING

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

LEC LAB

IPHIL 101 THEORY-KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71278

DE

INTERNET KERCKHOVE L

LEC

(Class Number 71278 meets 8/19-10/15) DE INTERNET KERCKHOVE L

LEC

(Class Number 71322 meets 10/17-12/16) 8-9:20am MD-206 PHELPS H 9:30-10:50am MD-319 LESLIE W 9:30-10:50am MD-206 EMERICK R 11-12:20pm MD-203 KERCKHOVE L 11-12:20pm MD-206 KERCKHOVE L 12:30-1:50pm NS-140 STAFF 2-4:50pm MD-206 EMERICK R

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71322

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71099 71276 71323 71084 70342 70343 71070

MW MW TTh MW TTh MW T

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71083

Th

6:30-9:20pm

MD-206

STAFF

IPHIL 102 REASONING/PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENG 100

LEC

(3.0 units)

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day 71024

DE

INTERNET LOCKETT D

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 10-11:30 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/mlockett/orientation/phil102/

LEC

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

(Class Number 72196 meets 8/19-10/15)

www.palomar.edu

79


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

GENERAL INFO

71025

TIME

LOC

DE

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

INTERNET LOCKETT D

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 10-11:30 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/mlockett/orientation/phil102/

71667

DE

INTERNET REYES H

CREDIT CLASSES

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 11:30-1:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71671

DE

INTERNET REYES H

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday August 15, from 11:30-1:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

ESCONDIDO CENTER

71143 71329 71325 71144 71401 71079 71072

TTh MW MW TTh TTh MW TTh

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 2-3:20pm

MD-131 MD-206 MD-206 HS-207 MD-314 MD-206 MD-314

MCGRAW B LOCKETT D EMPEY S KIEHL B EMPEY S STAFF KIEHL B

LEC

TTh M TTh

LEC

LEC

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

8:45-10:05am

ESC-304

STAFF

LEC

SITES

(3.0 units)

LEC

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

TBA

MD-257

KERCKHOVE L

LEC

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72403

F

9-11:50am

Q-2

BAWOROUSKI V LEC

ESC-404

GIBSON W

ESCONDIDO/Evening 72379

W

6-8:50pm

LEC

Class Number 72379 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IPHOT 100 ELEMENTARY FILM PHOTOGRAPHY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72201

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

T T Th

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

F-22 F-24 F-24

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

F-22 F-24 F-24

LEMOUX A LEMOUX A

LEC LAB LAB

M M W

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

F-22 F-24 F-24

CHAVEZ P CHAVEZ P

LEC LAB LAB

Th T Th

3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-3:20pm

F-22 F-24 F-22

COSENTINO D COSENTINO D

LEC LAB LAB

F-22 F-24 F-24

PRESTON J PRESTON J

LEC LAB LAB

Students will use film and darkroom.

72204

DE

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/remerick/philosophy115 INTERNET EMERICK R

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/remerick/philosophy115

NONCREDIT

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 2-4:50pm

LEC

T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

Students will use film and darkroom.

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PHOT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72205

MD-317 MD-314 MD-314 MD-314 MD-314 MD-314 MD-314 MD-314 MD-206

THOMPSON B THOMPSON B MCGRAW B PHELPS H EMERICK R PHELPS H STAFF MARTIN J STAFF

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-206

PICHE D

LEC

STAFF

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day

GENERAL INFO

10:15-11:35am ESC-402

72884

IPHOT 105 INTER BLACK/WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY

SAN MARCOS/Evening 6:30-9:20pm

Students will use film and darkroom.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

INTERNET EMERICK R

DE

72202

Students will use film and darkroom.

SAN MARCOS/Day

TTh

PICHE D THOMPSON B

Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to project approval

73483

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENG 100

73425

MD-206 A-11

IPHIL 295 DIRECTED STUDY IN PHILOSOPHY

Students will use film and darkroom.

INTERNET REYES H

IPHIL 115 CRITICAL THINKING

W

8-9:20am 11-12:20pm

See also Cooperative Education if employed.

STAFF FOELBER R

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 12-1:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71073

(3.0 units)

IPHOT 50 DIGITAL CAMERA

MD-314 MD-206

DE

MW TTh TTh MW TTh MW MW MW Th

LEC/LAB

PHOTOGRAPHY

4:30-5:50pm 6-8:50pm

Recommended preparation: College level reading and writing skills

71074 71075 70344 71668 71669 71670 73423 71076 73424

TTh TTh

73733

SAN MARCOS/Day

73285

INSTRUCTOR

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

IPHIL 103 PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN NATURE

73284

LOC

SAN MARCOS/Day

Class Number 73422 meets at Palomar College Escondido

71277

TIME

IPHIL 120 LOGIC 71214 71098

ESCONDIDO/Day 73422

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73421 71071

CLASS#

Class Number 73425 meets at Palomar College Escondido

T T Th

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

F-22 F-22 F-24

RAMIREZ J RAMIREZ J

IPHOT 120 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72348 72600

T T Th M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am 2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

MD-223 MD-223 MD-223 MD-223 MD-223 MD-223

ELSTAD JR R ELSTAD JR R

MD-223 MD-223 MD-223

BAWOROUSKI V LEC BAWOROUSKI V LAB LAB

YON J YON J

LEC LAB LAB LEC LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72363

M M W

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

IPHOT 125 HISTORY/CRITICISM PHOTOGRAPHY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72114

80

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

TTh

4-5:20pm

P-32

ELDER A

LEC


Learning for Success

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-223 MD-223 MD-223

BARRY R BARRY R

IPHOT 135 DIGITAL DARKROOM II

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

MD-223 MD-223 MD-223

BARRY R BARRY R

IPHOT 140 PHOTOJOURNALISM

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as JOUR 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72310

M M W

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-235 MD-235 MD-235

COSENTINO D COSENTINO D

IPHOT 160 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73482

M

6-8:50pm

F-22

YON J

IPHOT 212 LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PHOT 100 or PHOT 150 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72206

T T Th

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

MD-223 MD-223 MD-223

COSENTINO D COSENTINO D

IPHOT 215 CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PHOT 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day M M W

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 8-10:50am

F-22 F-22 F-24

COSENTINO D COSENTINO D

IPHOT 225 PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITURE

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PHOT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. T T Th

2-3:20pm 3:30-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

MD-223 MD-223 MD-223

GIBSON W GIBSON W

LEC LAB LAB

PHYSICAL EDUCATION IPHSC 100 INTRO TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am

NS-255 NS-255

MALINKY J MOSHIRIAN DEZFULI M

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73494

W

6-8:50pm

NS-255

STAFF

IPHSC 100L INTRO TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE LAB

LEC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in PHSC 100 MW

11-12:20pm

NS-255

MALINKY J

LEC

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in PHSC 101

SAN MARCOS/Day 71641

MW

11-12:20pm

NS-255

LAB

MOSHIRIAN DEZFULI M

PHYSICS

Advisor: T. Nakajima, phone ext. 2514, tnakajima@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IPHYS 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 50 or one year of high school Algebra Register in one LEC and one LAB Select any LEC/LAB combination Enter the LEC class number first during registration

SAN MARCOS/Day 73661

TTh

9:30-10:50am

NS-255

STAFF

LEC

70350

W

1:30-4:20pm

NS-255

SNYDER F

LAB

73662

T

1:30-4:20pm

NS-255

SNYDER F

LAB

70349

MW

12-1:20pm

NS-258

STAFF

LEC

70364

TTh

12-1:20pm

NS-258

SNYDER F

LEC

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70350 or 73662.

Students registering in Class Number 70350 must first register in LEC Class Number 73661, 70349, or 70364. Students registering in Class Number 73662 must first register in LEC Class Number 73661, 70349, or 70364.

11-12:20pm

NS-255

Students must also register in one of the above LAB classes: 70350 or 73662.

IPHYS 102 INTRO TO PHYSICS (LEC)

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 50 or one year of high school Algebra

SAN MARCOS/Day 73663 70351 70352

TTh MW TTh

9:30-10:50am 12-1:20pm 12-1:20pm

NS-255 NS-258 NS-258

STAFF STAFF SNYDER F

IPHYS 120 GENERAL PHYSICS

LEC LEC LEC

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 110 Recommended preparation: MATH 115 Register in one LEC and one LAB Select any LEC/LAB combination Enter the LEC class number first during registration.

70353

MW

8-9:20am

NS-255

ANDREWS JR. J

LEC

6-8:50pm

NS-255

COTA L

LEC

11-1:50pm 11-1:50pm

NS-245 NS-245

FINKENTHAL D LAB COTA L LAB

NS-245 NS-245

FINKENTHAL D LAB FINKENTHAL D LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70368

T

SAN MARCOS/Day T W

MOSHIRIAN DEZFULI M

70355 70356

Th W

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

IPHYS 200 FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 140 Register in one LEC and one LAB Select any LEC/LAB combination Enter the LEC class number first during registration

SAN MARCOS/Day 70370

MW

12:30-2:20pm

NS-139

FINKENTHAL D

LEC

70369

W

3-5:50pm

NS-245

FINKENTHAL D LAB

Student must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70369, 71049 or 73660.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70348

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

PHYSICAL SCIENCE TTh MW

TTh

IPHSC 101L PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL SCI LAB

70354 70367

See Kinesiology

70346 70347

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 73487

INSTRUCTOR

Students must also register in one of the above LAB classes: 70350 or 73662.

Field study to Bodie, Mono Lake, Toulomme, October 9-13. For more information, contact the Media Studies Department at 760 7441150, ext. 2440.

73485

LOC

IPHSC 101 PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE 71023

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PHOT 130 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72699

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day 72208

DAY

LAB

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PHOT 120 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IPHOT 130 DIGITAL DARKROOM I

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

Students registering in Class Number 70369 must first register in LEC Class Number 70370 or 73659.

www.palomar.edu

81

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

71049

M

3-5:50pm

NS-245

FINKENTHAL D LAB

73660

T

3-5:50pm

NS-245

STAFF

Students registering in Class Number 71049 must first register in LEC Class Number 70370 or 73659.

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 73660 must first register in LEC Class Number 70370 or 73659

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73659

MW

6-7:50pm

NS-139

STAFF

LEC

CREDIT CLASSES

Student must also register in one of the above LAB classes: 70369, 71049 or 73660.

IPHYS 230 PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 141 Recommended preparation: PHYS 120 LAB PREP SESSION: Fridays 1-2:00 p.m. Room NS-252 Register in one LEC and in one LAB Select any LEC/LAB combination Enter the LEC class number first during registration

ESCONDIDO CENTER

MWThF

9-9:50am

TTh

NS-258

NAKAJIMA T

LEC

5-6:50pm

NS-258

GERWIG A

LEC

8-10:50am 12-2:50pm 12:30-3:20pm

NS-252 NS-252 NS-252

NAKAJIMA T NAKAJIMA T NAKAJIMA T

LAB LAB LAB

NS-252

GERWIG A

LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day 70357 70365 70358

T Th T

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70360

W

6-8:50pm

IPHYS 231 PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS

(5.0 units)

SITES

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PHYS 230; A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 205 Recommended preparation: PHYS 121 LAB PREP SESSION: Fridays 12-1:00 p.m. Room NS-252 Register in one LEC and in one LAB Enter the LEC class number first during registration

73656 70383

T W

70385

Th

70384

T

70378 70393 70379 70377 71604 70388 73658

TTh MW MW MW TTh TTh TTh

ROCHE III J

LEC

6-8:50pm

ESC-202

BYRON M

LEC

(3.0 units)

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 2-3:20pm

MD-315 MD-315 MD-221 O-13 MD-315 MD-317 MD-305

BOWMAN P BOWMAN P LIMER J STEWART K LIMER J ZACHARIAS J STAFF

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

MD-315 MD-319

CHADWICKBROWN D

STAFF

LEC LEC

11:45-1:05pm

ESC-402

BYRON M

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70389 73657

M Th

ESCONDIDO/Day 71008

MW

Class Number 71008 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IPOSC 110 INTRODUCTION TO WORLD POLITICS

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

MW

70380

MW

Students registering in Class Number 70366 must first register in LEC Class Number 70361.

71605

TTh

Students registering in Class Number 70363 must first register in LEC Class Number 70361.

70390

TTh

73672

TTh

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

T

8-10:50am

NS-252

NAKAJIMA T

LAB

70366

Th

12-2:50pm

NS-252

NAKAJIMA T

LAB

Students registering in Class Number 70362 must first register in LEC Class Number 70361.

LAB

PHYSIOLOGY See Zoology.

12:30-1:50pm

MD-315

BOWMAN P

LEC

(1.0 unit)

8-9:20am MD-315 BOWMAN P (Class Number 70381 meets 11/5-12/12) 8-9:20am MD-315 BOWMAN P (Class Number 70394 meets 11/4-12/11) 9:30-10:50am MD-221 STAFF (Class Number 70382 meets 11/4-12/11) 11-12:20pm O-13 STEWART K (Class Number 70380 meets 11/4-12/11) 11-12:20pm MD-315 LIMER J (Class Number 71605 meets 11/5-12/12) 11-12:20pm MD-317 ZACHARIAS J (Class Number 70390 meets 11/5-12/12) 2-3:20pm MD-305 STAFF (Class Number 73672 meets 11/5-12/12)

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Advisor: P. Bowman, phone ext. 2416, pbowman@palomar.edu Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IPOSC 100 INTRO TO POLITICAL SCIENCE

(3.0 units)

NONCREDIT

SAN MARCOS/Day 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm

MD-221 MD-315

LIMER J BOWMAN P

IPOSC 101 INTRO POL/AMER POL INSTITUTION Political Science 101 and 102 may be taken in any sequence.

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

GENERAL INFO

82

ESC-303

IPOSC 102 INTRO U.S./CALIF GOVERNMENTS

70382

70362

MW TTh MW TTh MW MW TTh MW

6-8:50pm

Class Number 70384 meets at Palomar College Escondido

MW

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70362, 70363, 70366.

70371 70375 70372 70376 70373 70374 70396 70392

LEC LEC

SITES/Evening

70394

LEC

MW TTh

STAFF CHADWICKBROWN D

Class Number 70385 meets at Palomar College Escondido

TTh

NAKAJIMA T

70386 70395

MD-306 MD-315

ESCONDIDO/Evening

70381

NS-258

NAKAJIMA T

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

POSC 120 is not open to students with credit in POSC 102.

10-10:50am

NS-252

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

MWThF

12:30-3:20pm

INSTRUCTOR

IPOSC 120 CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT

70361

T

LOC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

70387

SAN MARCOS/Day

70363

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70359

DAY

Political Science 101 and 102 may be taken in any sequence. POSC 102 is not open to students with credit in POSC 120.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71126

CLASS#

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm

MD-221 MD-217 MD-315 MD-221 MD-315 MD-315 MD-221 MD-315

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LIMER J ZACHARIAS J BOWMAN P BOWMAN P STAFF BOWMAN P LIMER J CHADWICKBROWN D

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

70391

M

73673

Th

6-8:50pm MD-315 CHADWICKBROWN D (Class Number 70391 meets 10/28-12/16) 6-8:50pm MD-319 STAFF (Class Number 73673 meets 10/31-12/12)

LEC LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 71009

MW

11:45-1:05pm

ESC-402

BYRON M

LEC

Class Number 71009 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 71009 meets 11/4-12/11)

PSYCHOLOGY

Advisor: H. Davis, phone ext. 2341, hdavis@palomar.edu For ALL psychology classes with prerequisites (PSYC 100, PSYC 205, PSYC 210, PSYC 225, and PSYC 230): The psychology department is now strictly enforcing prerequisites for all psychology courses with prerequisites. If you took the prerequisite course at another institution, you will be asked to provide transcripts verifying completion of that course on the first day of classes. Students not meeting the prerequisites will be dropped from the class. For further information see this webpage http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/ktownsend-merino/prerequisiteinformation/ For specific questions email Professor Townsend-Merino at ktownsendmerino@palomar.edu


Learning for Success INSTRUCTOR

IPSYC 100 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENG 50

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

LOC

70415

DE

INTERNET YOUNG K

LEC

71109

DE

INTERNET YOUNG K

LEC

70459

DE

INTERNET

TOWNSEND-MERINO K

LEC

70461

DE

INTERNET

TOWNSEND-MERINO K

LEC

70451

DE

INTERNET DAVIS H

LEC

70456

DE

INTERNET DAVIS H

LEC

70465

DE

INTERNET WILSON J

LEC

71047

DE

INTERNET

LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 10-11:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/kyoung/psych100online.htm This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 10-11:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/kyoung/psych100online.htm

CREDIT CLASSES

SAN MARCOS/Day

ESCONDIDO CENTER

This is an online class. An online orientation in Blackboard must be completed by Thursday, August 22. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/ktownsend-merino/ Students on the wait list, please consult the Web site prior to contacting the instructor before classes begin at ktownsend-merino@palomar.edu This is an online class. An online orientation in Blackboard must be completed by Thursday, August 22. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/ktownsend-merino/ Students on the wait list, please consult the Web site prior to contacting the instructor before classes begin at ktownsend-merino@palomar.edu

SITES

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 9-10:30 a.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/psyc100/Administration/OrientationWebPage.htm This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 9-10:30 a.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/psyc100/Administration/OrientationWebPage.htm This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 3-4:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard TOWNSEND-MERINO K

This is an online class. An online orientation in Blackboard must be completed by Thursday, August 22. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/ktownsend-merino/ Students on the wait list, please consult the Web site prior to contacting the instructor before classes begin at ktownsend-merino@palomar.edu

71395

DE

INTERNET WILSON J

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 4-5:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70402 70404 70405 71035 70406 70408 71394 70398 70403 70397 70466

TTh MW F TTh MW MW TTh MW TTh Th TTh

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 8-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-3:20pm

MD-216 MD-216 MD-205 MD-216 O-13 MD-216 MD-216 MD-129 MD-103 MD-216 MD-319

STAFF

TOWNSEND-MERINO K

STAFF STAFF TOWNSEND-MERINO K

STAFF STAFF DAVIS H DAVIS H STAFF STAFF

LEC

71125

LEC LEC

3:30-4:50pm DE

MD-157 INTERNET

TOWNSEND-MERINO K

3:30-4:50pm DE

MD-157 INTERNET

TOWNSEND-MERINO K

MD-129 MD-216

STAFF STAFF

LEC LEC

STAFF

LEC

1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

70469

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

M

M

LEC LEC

1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70410 70414

W Th

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

ESCONDIDO/Day 70407 70409 70413

MW TTh MW

10:15-11:35am ESC-501

Class Number 70407 meets at Palomar College Escondido

11:45-1:05pm

ESC-104

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 70409 meets at Palomar College Escondido

11:45-1:05pm

ESC-501

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 70413 meets at Palomar College Escondido

www.palomar.edu

83

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

M

6-8:50pm

ESC-402

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 70411 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 70416

MW

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-M

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 70416 meets at Camp Pendleton Mainside (Class Number 70416 meets 8/19-10/14)

IPSYC 105 MARRIAGE, FAMILY, INTIMACY

(3.0 units)

CREDIT CLASSES

Cross listed as SOC 105

SAN MARCOS/Day 70442

DE

INTERNET LESYNA K

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/klesyna/online.html

71375

DE

INTERNET LESYNA K

ESCONDIDO CENTER

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/klesyna/online.html

70427 70425 70428 70426

MW TTh MW TTh

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

LEC

LEC

MD-204 MD-204 MD-204 MD-204

COLBERT A WILSON J COLBERT A WILSON J

LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-205

ALVAREZ A

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73530

T

6-8:50pm

IPSYC 110 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYC-CHILD/ADULT

(3.0 units)

SITES

SAN MARCOS/Day 70995

DE

INTERNET YOUNG K

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 9-10:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/kyoung/psych110online.htm

73333

DE

INTERNET YOUNG K

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 9-10:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/kyoung/psych110online.htm

70418 70417

TTh MW

8-9:20am 12:30-1:50pm

MD-103 MD-216

STAFF STAFF

MD-129

STAFF

LEC

T

6-8:50pm

IPSYC 115 PSYC OF PERSONAL GROWTH/DEV TTh

11-12:20pm

MD-103

LEC

DE

LEC LEC

LEC

NONCREDIT GENERAL INFO

TTh MW M T

INTERNET MILLER S

LEC

84

Th

LEC

70445

DE

INTERNET ROSE F

LEC

70468

DE

INTERNET GROVE K

LEC

71199

DE

INTERNET GROVE K

LEC

8-9:20am 8-10:50am 8-9:20am 12:30-1:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

MD-129 MD-216 MD-103 MD-205 MD-205 MD-216

LEC LEC LEC LEC JACOB-ALMEIDA R LEC STAFF LEC

MD-204

BROOKS M

LEC

ESC-502

STAFF

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Registered students will be contacted by email the week before classes begin. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 9-10:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 9-10:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70432 70433 70443 71201 70431 73560

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

SAN MARCOS/Evening M

6-8:50pm

Th

6-8:50pm

IPSYC 140 INTRO PSYC AND SOCIAL SERVICES

70447

(4.0 units)

T

6-8:50pm TBA

MD-103 MD-103

ROMAIN L ROMAIN L

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

IPSYC 150 INTRO ALCOHOL/DRUG STUDIES Cross Iisted as AODS/SOC 150

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72326

Th

6-8:50pm

MD-205

STAFF

LEC

ESC-701

GREY D

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening Th

6-8:50pm

Class Number 72814 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IPSYC 155 PHYS/PHARM PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS

72523

INTERNET MILLER S

LEC

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

O-13 MD-103 MD-205 MD-205

STAFF STAFF STAFF BROOKS M

LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-129

STAFF

LEC

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

TTh F MW TTh W T

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

DE

6-8:50pm

INTERNET ROSE F

Cross listed as AODS/SOC 155 W

6-8:50pm

MD-216

FENT J

IPSYC 205 STATISTICS/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 56 or MATH 60, or eligibility determined through the math placement process Cross listed as SOC 205

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70430

DE

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Registered students will be contacted by email the week before classes begin. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72814

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 26, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70429 70467 73334 73558

70457

SAN MARCOS/Evening

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 26, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as AODS/SOC 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as SOC 120

LEC/LAB

Class Number 73337 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SAN MARCOS/Day

70464

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

73337

(3.0 units)

STAFF

IPSYC 120 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

70454

LOC

ESCONDIDO/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day 71048

TIME

Cross listed as SOC 125

70434

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70462

DAY

IPSYC 125 HUMAN SEXUALITY

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70411

CLASS#

70455

DE

INTERNET MORRISSETTE R LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-9:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/rmorrissette/OnlineStatistics.htm


Learning for Success

70440

DE

TTh TTh MW TTh MW MW TTh T Th M W

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

LEC LEC LEC

STAFF MILLER S ROSE F MILLER S ROSE F

STAFF

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day MW

11:45-1:05pm

Class Number 73341 meets at Palomar College Escondido ESC-202

ALVAREZ R

LEC

Class Number 73563 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70463

W

6-8:50pm

ESC-303

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 70463 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IPSYC 210 PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

(4.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PSYC 100 MW

8-9:20am

MD-129

MORRISSETTE R LEC

Students must also register in one of the following LAB classes: 70452 or 70420.

70452

W

9:30-12:20pm

MD-129

MORRISSETTE R LAB

70420

M

9:30-12:20pm

MD-129

MORRISSETTE R LAB

Students registering in Class Number 70452 must first register in LEC Class Number 70419. Students registering in Class Number 70420 must first register in LEC Class Number 70419.

IPSYC 225 PSYC OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PSYC 100

(3.0 units)

DE

INTERNET DAVIS H

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 1-2:30 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/psyc225/Admin/OrientationWebPage.htm

70421

TTh

12:30-1:50pm

MD-216

STAFF

LEC

LEC

73288

MD-103

CHESTER T

9:30-12:20pm 9:30-12:20pm 9:30-12:20pm 9:30-12:20pm 2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

MD-103 MD-103 MD-129 MD-129 MD-129 MD-129

STAFF STAFF ROSE F ROSE F STAFF STAFF

LEC

72154

W

6-8:50pm

MD-103

FELICIANO A

LEC

(3.0 units)

72526

T

6-8:50pm

MD-216

COLLINS C

IPSYC 298 DIRECTED FIELD EXPERIENCE I

LEC

(5.0 units)

Cross listed as AODS/SOC 298 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71161

M

6-8:50pm TBA

MD-103 MD-103

FENT J FENT J

LEC LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

PUBLIC WORKS MANAGEMENT

American Public Works Association and Maintenance Superintendents Association approved.

IPWM 53 PUBLIC WORKS INSPECTION

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: MATH 15

SAN MARCOS/Day 73388

DE

INTERNET OLIVEIRA A

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard Recommended preparation: MATH 15

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73389

DE

INTERNET STAFF

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IPWM 60 SUPERVISION

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as WTE/WWT 60

SAN MARCOS/Evening T

6-8:50pm

NS-135

TEATES L

LEC

RADIO AND TELEVISION IREAD 10 SPELLING

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71794

T

12:30-2:20pm

RC-3

CARRILLO M

Class Number 71794 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70460

6-8:50pm

READING

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in PSYC 100, PSYC/SOC 205, ENG 100 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. M W T Th T Th

Th

See Digital Broadcast Arts

IPSYC 230 RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY (4.0 units)

70422

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

72322

SAN MARCOS/Day 71136

Cross listed as AODS/SOC 250

IPWM 57 PLAN INTERPRETATION/COST EST

SAN MARCOS/Day 70419

STAFF

SAN MARCOS/Evening

BRICENO J STAFF BRICENO J

73563

MD-204

Cross listed as AODS/SOC 260

MD-130 MD-130 MD-130

10:15-11:35am ESC-104

2-3:20pm

IPSYC 260 CHEM DEPENDENCY FAMILY COUNSEL

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC JACOB-ALMEIDA R LEC STAFF LEC STAFF LEC

TTh

MW

Cross listed as AODS/SOC 255

MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130

73341

(3.0 units)

IPSYC 255 CASE MANAGEMENT, LAW AND ETHICS (3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70441 73339 73533

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72425

INTERNET MORRISSETTE R LEC

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-4:50pm

INSTRUCTOR

IPSYC 250 GROUP LEADERSHIP AND PROCESS

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-9:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/rmorrissette/OnlineStatistcs.htm

70437 70438 70435 70444 70436 70448 71122 70458

LOC

IPSYC 235 LEARNING/BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 70424

INTERNET MORRISSETTE R LEC

DE

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-9:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/rmorrissette/OnlineStatistcs.htm

71137

DAY

GENERAL INFO

INTERNET MORRISSETTE R LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-9:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/rmorrissette/OnlineStatistcs.htm

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

DE

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

70439

TIME

LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB

LEC

NONCREDIT

DAY

(Class Number 71794 meets 8/20-10/15)

IREAD 11 SPELLING II

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71775

T

12:30-2:20pm RC-3 CARRILLO M (Class Number 71775 meets 10/22-12/10)

www.palomar.edu

LEC

85

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

LEARNING COMMUNITIES: Innovation in Education

CREDIT CLASSES

Reading classes are available in the following Learning Communities. Read 50 is our basic class and Read 51 is a bridging class between Read 50 and Read 110. Both courses are AA applicable. The linked classes in each Learning Community must be taken together. For more information, see the Learning Communities section of this class schedule.

Foundational Skills LC 4

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Foundational Skills LC 5

73387 Reading 51 – Mastering Reading Skills 73265 English 50 – Introductory Composition

(1.0 unit)

LEVY S

LAB

SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

Arrange 3 hours per week. This is a self-paced open-entry/open exit class. Students registered are required to attend ONE of the following orientation/ placement sessions: Monday, August 19, from 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m., 1-2:20 p.m., or 6:30-7:50 p.m., OR Tuesday, August 20, from 2-3:20 p.m. OR Wednesday, August 21, from 6:30-7:50 p.m. OR Monday, August 26, from 10-11:20 a.m. OR Tuesday, August 27, from 10-11:20 a.m. in RC-1. Students unable to attend orientation or needing additional information, call 760 744-1150, ext. 2568. Class Number 71884 has a material fee of $6. Information about this fee will be given at the orientation meeting. (Class Number 71884 meets 8/19-12/14)

IREAD 30 FUNDAMENTAL READING SKILLS

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71881

TBA

RC-1

LEVY S

LAB

Arrange 6 hours per week. This is a self-paced open-entry/open exit class. Students registered are required to attend ONE of the following orientation/ placement sessions: Monday, August 19, from 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m., 1-2:20 p.m., or 6:30-7:50 p.m., OR Tuesday, August 20, from 2-3:20 p.m. OR Wednesday, August 21, from 6:30-7:50 p.m. OR Monday, August 26, from 10-11:20 a.m. OR Tuesday, August 27, from 10-11:20 a.m. in RC-1. Students unable to attend orientation or needing additional information, call 760 744-1150, ext. 2568. Class Number 71881 has a material fee of $6. Information about this fee will be given at the orientation meeting. (Class Number 71881 meets 8/19-12/14)

IREAD 50 READING IMPROVEMENT

(4.0 units)

NONCREDIT

SAN MARCOS/Day F

8-10:50am DE

RC-3 RC-1

CARRILLO M CARRILLO M

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71799 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

GENERAL INFO

71798

MW

8-9:20am DE

RC-3 RC-1

CARRILLO M CARRILLO M

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71798 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the

86

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

TTh

8-9:20am DE

BES-5 RC-1

HIGGINS J HIGGINS J

LEC LAB

9:30-10:50am DE

P-1 RC-1

FELD E FELD E

LEC LAB

9:30-10:50am DE

BES-5 RC-1

FELD E FELD E

LEC LAB

11-12:20pm DE

BES-5 RC-1

THOMSON C THOMSON C

LEC LAB

11-12:20pm DE

RC-3 RC-1

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

12:30-1:50pm DE

RC-3 RC-1

CARRILLO M CARRILLO M

LEC LAB

6-8:50pm DE

RC-3 RC-1

SCHENK S SCHENK S

LEC LAB

6-8:50pm DE

RC-3 RC-1

SCHENK S SCHENK S

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71878 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

71800

TTh

MW

TTh

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71797 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

71877

MW

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71877 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

71796

MW

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71796 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. READ 50, Class Number 71796, is linked with ENG 10 - English Essentials, Class Number 71780. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71807

M

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71807 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

71860

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

71799

71878

71797

SAN MARCOS/Day RC-1

LOC

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71886 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

Foundational Skills LC 6

TBA

TIME

Bookstore before the first class meeting. READ 50, Class Number 71798, is linked with ENG 10 - English Essentials, Class Number 71784. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

71886

71796 Reading 50 - Reading Improvement 71780 English 10 - English Essentials

71884

DAY

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71800 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

71798 Reading 50 - Reading Improvement 71784 English 10 - English Essentials

IREAD 30 FUNDAMENTAL READING SKILLS

CLASS#

Th

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71860 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IREAD 51 MASTERING READING SKILLS

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73686

TTh

9:30-10:50am DE

BES-5 RC-1

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 73686 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.


Learning for Success

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 73387 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting. READ 51, Class Number 73387, is linked with ENG 50 - Introductory Composition, Class Number 73265. To complete enrollment, you must enroll in both classes. For a complete description, see the Learning Community section of this Class Schedule.

73384

TTh

12:30-1:50pm DE

BES-5 RC-1

FELD E FELD E

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 73384 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IREAD 110 POWER READING

(4.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70471

DE DE

INTERNET THOMSON C RC-1 THOMSON C

LEC LAB

This is an online class. This class has a minimum of eight required meetings on the following dates: Tues. and Thurs.: Aug. 20, 22, 27, 29; Nov. 26; Dec. 3, 5, 10. All meetings will be held in RC-3 from 9:30 to 10:50 a.m. Arrange 3 hours per week in the LAB. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/reading/ Class Number 70471 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

70473

DE DE

INTERNET THOMSON C RC-1 THOMSON C

LEC LAB

This is an online class. This class has a minimum of eight required meetings on the following dates: Mon. and Wed.: Aug. 19, 21, 26, 28; Nov. 27; Dec. 2, 4, 9. All meetings will be held in RC-3 from 2-3:20 p.m. Arrange 3 hours per week in the LAB. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/reading/ Class Number 70473 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

70470

TTh

8-9:20am DE

RC-3 RC-1

CARRILLO M CARRILLO M

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 70470 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

70472

MW

8-9:20am DE

BES-5 RC-1

FELD E FELD E

LEC LAB

8-10:50am DE

BES-5 RC-1

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 70472 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

71616

F

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 71616 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

70474

MW

9:30-10:50am DE

RC-3 RC-1

CARRILLO M CARRILLO M

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 70474 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

70481

DAY

TTh

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

11-12:20pm DE

RC-3 RC-1

FELD E FELD E

LEC LAB

12:30-1:50pm DE

BES-5 RC-1

THOMSON C THOMSON C

LEC LAB

2-3:20pm DE

BES-5 RC-1

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

RC-3 RC-1

COVITT G COVITT G

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 70481 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

70485

MW

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 70485 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

73435

TTh

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 73435 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70480

T

6-8:50pm DE

Arrange 3 hours per week. Students enrolled in this class must complete the required catalog hours in the designated laboratory classroom using computer assisted instruction. Class Number 70480 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IREAD 115 VOCABULARY ENHANCEMENT

GENERAL INFO

THOMSON C THOMSON C

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

BES-5 RC-1

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

11-12:20pm DE

INSTRUCTOR

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71357

Th

12:30-2:20pm

RC-3

CARRILLO M

Class Number 71357 has a material fee of $9 which must be paid at the Bookstore before the first class meeting.

IREAD 120 CRITICAL READING

LEC

SITES

MW

LOC

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation: READ 110

SAN MARCOS/Day 71011 73385

TTh MW

12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm

HS-207 MD-329

THOMSON C FELD E

LEC LEC

BES-5 RC-3

BENNETT N MARCH J

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71557 71050

M W

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

REAL ESTATE

Business Administration Department, phone ext. 2488, www.palomar.edu/ business See also Cooperative Education if employed.

IRE 100 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72323

DE

INTERNET WOODS A

LEC

This is an online class. Two mandatory on-campus meetings will be held on: Saturday, August 24, from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and Saturday, October 12, from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in MD-329. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard Students on the wait list or interested in this class, please email the instructor directly at awoods@palomar.edu (Class Number 72323 meets 8/19-10/15)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72102

Th

6:30-9:20pm

IRE 105 REAL ESTATE FINANCE

MD-331

CONNELLY G

LEC

(3.0 units)

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

73387

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

Recommended preparation: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in RE 100 or real estate license

SAN MARCOS/Day 72103

DE

INTERNET FRAZIER B

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

www.palomar.edu

LEC

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

87


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IRE 110 REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL

Recommended preparation: RE 100 or real estate license

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73283

INTERNET KEMP D

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

CREDIT CLASSES

IRE 115 REAL ESTATE PRACTICE

Recommended preparation: RE 100 or real estate license

LEC

INTERNET KEMP D

LEC

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 6-8:50pm

MD-323

BARTLETT B

LEC

RECREATION IREC 110 COMMUNITY RECREATION

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 7:30-9:20am O-11 EARLY D (Class Number 72122 meets 9/17-12/10)

LEC

SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

IRS 101 WORLD RELIGIONS

(3.0 units)

DE

INTERNET FORNEY C

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 3-4:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/cforney/onlinecourseinfo.htm DE

INTERNET NICHOLES E

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 12-1:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard 8-9:20am 8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-3:20pm 2-3:20pm

LEC

LEC

MD-203 MD-203 MD-203 MD-203 MD-203 MD-203 MD-203

SMITH J WESELOH J FORNEY C SMITH J FORNEY C WESELOH J STAFF

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-203

LINGERMAN H

LEC

ESC-502

LINGERMAN H

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

NONCREDIT

M

6-8:50pm

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71026

W

6-8:50pm

Class Number 71026 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IRS 102 RELIGION IN AMERICAN HISTORY

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

SAN MARCOS/Day

GENERAL INFO

71274

88

MW

MD-328

SMITH J

12:30-1:50pm

MD-203

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC

(3.0 units)

71263

TTh

9:30-10:50am

MD-203

FORNEY C

IRS 124 ISLAMIC CULTURES & TRADITIONS

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET ALLEN S

LEC

This is an online class. A webinar orientation will be scheduled on: Monday, August 19, from 6-7:00 p.m. Registered students will be contacted by email the week before classes begin. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard (Class Number 71264 meets 8/19-10/15)

SAFETY AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT See Administration of Justice.

SIGN LANGUAGE See American Sign Language.

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day

71202

6:30-9:20pm

ISOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

MW TTh MW TTh TTh TTh MW

Th

For questions about the Sociology program, please see the Sociology web site at http://www.palomar.edu/sociology/

See Dental Assisting.

70488 70490 70489 70487 70491 70486 71376

73689

SOCIOLOGY

REGISTERED DENTAL ASSISTING PROGRAM

73402

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as JS 107

71264

Recommended preparation: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in RE 100 or real estate license

71273

IRS 107 INTRO TO JUDAISM II - CULTURE

LEC/LAB

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

(Class Number 72501 meets 10/17-12/16)

IRE 120 LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE

TTh

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

(3.0 units)

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

72122

LOC

Cross Listed as MCS 124

DE

W

TIME

IRS 110 RELIGION IN AMERICA

SAN MARCOS/Day

73006

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Evening DE

72501

CLASS#

FORNEY C

LEC

70514

DE

INTERNET LESYNA K

LEC

70519

DE

INTERNET MILLER S

LEC

71060

DE

INTERNET LESYNA K

LEC

71061

DE

INTERNET MILLER S

LEC

70521

DE

INTERNET LESYNA K

LEC

8-9:20am 8-9:20am 8-9:20am 8-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm

MD-205 MD-204 MD-205 MD-204 MD-205 MD-205 MD-216 MD-205 MD-205 MD-319

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/klesyna/online.html This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 26, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/klesyna/online.html This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 26, from 1-2:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 3-4:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/klesyna/online.html

70511 71275 73556 73557 70512 70515 71313 71116 70526 71197

MW TTh TTh F TTh MW MW MW TTh TTh

AMADOR L SPAID-ROSS M SMITH D SANTIAGO S LESYNA K MCCUNE B

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC JACOB-ALMEIDA R LEC SMITH D LEC LESYNA K LEC GROVE K LEC


Learning for Success

Th M

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

73559

73562

TTh

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

MD-204 MD-205

IDOUI B ALVAREZ R

LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Day

8:45-10:05am

ESC-503

IDOUI B

LEC

MW

Class Number 70518 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-11:35am ESC-202

ALVAREZ R

LEC

Class Number 73562 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening 73263

M

6-8:50pm

FUHS

ALVAREZ A

LEC

Class Number 73263 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

ISOC 105 MARRIAGE, FAMILY, INTIMACY

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as PSYC 105

SAN MARCOS/Day 70497

DE

INTERNET LESYNA K

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/klesyna/online.html

71374

DE

INTERNET LESYNA K

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 22, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www2.palomar.edu/users/klesyna/online.html

70495 70493 70496 70494

MW TTh MW TTh

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

LEC

LEC

MD-204 MD-204 MD-204 MD-204

COLBERT A WILSON J COLBERT A WILSON J

LEC LEC LEC LEC

MD-205

ALVAREZ A

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73531

T

6-8:50pm

ISOC 110 SOCIAL PROBLEMS

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70999

DE

INTERNET STAFF

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 26, from 3-4:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70534 73593 70525 70998

MW TTh TTh MW

11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm

MD-204 Q-4 MD-204 MD-204

MAC LEOD K

HORN LANGFORD R HORN LANGFORD R

MAC LEOD K

ISOC 115 INTRO TO WOMEN’S STUDIES

LEC

9:30-10:50am

MD-103

ISOC 120 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

LEC LEC LEC LEC

LEC

DE

INTERNET MILLER S

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 26, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70538

DE

INTERNET MILLER S

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 26, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-109. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70498 70539 73335

TTh MW M

11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-4:50pm

BROOKS M

LEC

70499

Th

6-8:50pm

MD-129

STAFF

LEC

ISOC 125 HUMAN SEXUALITY

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as PSYC 125

70532

DE

INTERNET ROSE F

LEC

70524

DE

INTERNET ROSE F

LEC

70540

DE

INTERNET GROVE K

LEC

71198

DE

INTERNET GROVE K

LEC

8-9:20am 8-10:50am 8-9:20am 12:30-1:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm

MD-129 MD-216 MD-103 MD-205 MD-205 MD-216

LEC LEC LEC LEC JACOB-ALMEIDA R LEC STAFF LEC

MD-204

BROOKS M

LEC

ESC-502

STAFF

LEC

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Registered students will be contacted by email the week before classes begin. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Registered students will be contacted by email the week before classes begin. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 9-10:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 9-10:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

70501 70502 70522 71200 70500 73561

TTh F MW TTh W T

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70503

M

6-8:50pm

ESCONDIDO/Evening 73338

Th

6-8:50pm

Class Number 73338 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ISOC 130 INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH

(3.0 units)

DE

INTERNET GROVE K

LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Thursday, August 15, from 8-9:00 a.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

ISOC 135 GENDER AND SOCIETY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73526

MW

8-9:20am

MD-319

SMITH D

ISOC 140 INTRO PSYC AND SOCIAL SERVICES

LEC

(4.0 units)

Cross listed as AODS/PSYC 140 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70530

MD-205

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as PSYC 120

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

71675

(3.0 units)

SMITH D

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

2-4:50pm

LOC

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement.

71312

T

TIME

O-13 MD-103 MD-205

STAFF STAFF STAFF

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70528

LEC

T

6-8:50pm TBA

MD-103 MD-103

ROMAIN L ROMAIN L

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

ISOC 150 INTRO ALCOHOL/DRUG STUDIES

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as AODS/PSYC 150

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72327 LEC LEC LEC

GENERAL INFO

GROVE K MCCUNE B SMITH D IDOUI B BROOKS M

ESCONDIDO/Day 70518

DAY

MD-319 MD-205 MD-204 MD-205 MD-216

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70520 71058

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-4:50pm 2-3:20pm

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

TTh MW T Th MW

LOC

Th

6-8:50pm

MD-205

STAFF

LEC

ESC-701

GREY D

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 72815

Th

6-8:50pm

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

70513 70516 71371 70535 71080

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

Class Number 72815 meets at Palomar College Escondido

www.palomar.edu

89

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

ISOC 155 PHYS/PHARM PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS Cross listed as AODS/PSYC 155

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72524

W

MD-216

FENT J

LEC

(3.0 units)

This class also satisfies the Palomar College multicultural course requirement. Cross listed as AMS/MCS 200

CREDIT CLASSES

INTERNET FRANCO E

DE

INTERNET SAN JUAN S

ESCONDIDO CENTER

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Wednesday, August 21, from 7-8:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard W

2-4:50pm

MD-131

STAFF

ISOC 205 STATISTICS/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

LEC

LEC

LEC

(3.0 units)

SITES

70508

DE

INTERNET MORRISSETTE R LEC

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-9:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/rmorrissette/OnlineStatistics.htm

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-9:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/rmorrissette/OnlineStatistcs.htm DE

NONCREDIT

73564

MW

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC JACOB-ALMEIDA R LEC STAFF LEC STAFF LEC

MD-130 MD-130 MD-130

BRICENO J STAFF BRICENO J

LEC LEC LEC

STAFF

LEC

ESC-202

STAFF MILLER S ROSE F MILLER S ROSE F

ALVAREZ R

Class Number 73564 meets at Palomar College Escondido

GENERAL INFO

W

6-8:50pm

ESC-303

STAFF

T

M

FELICIANO A

LEC

Class Number 70536 meets at Palomar College Escondido

6-8:50pm

MD-216

COLLINS C

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC

(5.0 units)

6-8:50pm TBA

MD-103 MD-103

FENT J FENT J

LEC LAB

SPANISH

LAB classes at San Marcos Campus: Students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 hours in the World Languages Department lab (room F-1) during lab hours. Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Closed Weekends and Holidays Lab hours subject to change. LAB classes at Education Centers: students registered in a class requiring a LAB must arrange 16 lab hours with instructor at first class meeting. For more information, call the World Languages Lab, 760 744-1150, ext. 2564.

(5.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day MWF

7:50-9:20am TBA

F-10 F-1

GOMEZ G GOMEZ G

LEC LAB

F

8-12:50pm TBA

NS-137 F-1

CAVALLINI A CAVALLINI A

LEC LAB

8:30-10:50am TBA

HS-208 F-1

DEL RIO L DEL RIO L

LEC LAB

8:30-10:50am TBA

F-7 F-1

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

8:30-10:50am TBA

HS-206 F-1

GONZALEZ M GONZALEZ M

LEC LAB

11-1:20pm TBA

Q-2 F-1

ZAPATA M ZAPATA M

LEC LAB

11-1:20pm TBA TBA

F-7 WESTLAKE O INTERNET F-1 WESTLAKE O

LEC LEC LAB

11-1:20pm TBA TBA

F-7 WESTLAKE O INTERNET F-1 WESTLAKE O

LEC LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1. MW TTh

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70561

TTh

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70546

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71244

M

2.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. 1 hour per week laboratory class is conducted online.

71246

W

2.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. 1 hour per week laboratory class is conducted online.

71248

MWF

11:10-12:40pm F-10 TBA F-1

GOMEZ G GOMEZ G

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

90

LEC

(3.0 units)

Arrange 6 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70536

MD-103

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

Class Number 73342 meets at Palomar College Escondido

11:45-1:05pm

6-8:50pm

Cross listed as AODS/PSYC 298 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70563

MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130 MD-130

10:15-11:35am ESC-104

W

ISOC 298 DIRECTED FIELD EXPERIENCE I

70557

ESCONDIDO/Day TTh

LEC

(3.0 units)

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

73342

CHESTER T

ISOC 260 CHEM DEPENDENCY FAMILY COUNSEL

71301

INTERNET MORRISSETTE R LEC

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

MD-103

Cross listed as AODS/PSYC 255

70553

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-9:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/rmorrissette/OnlineStatistics.htm

Th M W

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

INTERNET MORRISSETTE R LEC

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 11-12:20pm 12:30-1:50pm 12:30-1:50pm 2-4:50pm

6-8:50pm

ISPAN 101 SPANISH I

This is an online class. A mandatory on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Tuesday, August 20, from 7-9:00 p.m. in MD-157. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://daphne.palomar.edu/rmorrissette/OnlineStatistcs.htm DE

Th

ISOC 255 CASE MANAGEMENT,LAW AND ETHICS

71314

INTERNET MORRISSETTE R LEC

70510 73340 73534

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening

DE

TTh TTh MW TTh MW MW TTh T

72426

72711

70531

70506 70507 70504 70523 70505 70529 71123 70533

Cross listed as AODS/PSYC 250

Cross listed as AODS/PSYC 260

SAN MARCOS/Day

71138

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Evening

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in MATH 56 or MATH 60, or eligibility determined through the math placement process Cross listed as PSYC 205

70509

LOC

ISOC 250 GROUP LEADERSHIP AND PROCESS

72155 DE

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 2-3:00 p.m. in LL-104. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

71689

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day

70541

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Evening

6-8:50pm

ISOC 200 RACE, CLASS, AND ETHNIC GROUPS

70537

CLASS#

LEC LAB


Learning for Success

F-9 F-1

MENDOZA P MENDOZA P

LEC LAB

1:30-3:50pm TBA

F-7 F-1

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

1:30-3:50pm TBA

MD-321 F-1

CAVALLINI A CAVALLINI A

LEC LAB

1:30-3:50pm TBA

F-10 F-1

SANCHEZ-AGUIRRE L SANCHEZ-AGUIRRE L

LEC LAB

4-6:20pm TBA

F-2 F-1

HAMILTON J HAMILTON J

LEC LAB

4-6:20pm TBA

F-9 F-1

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

4-6:20pm TBA

F-9 F-1

ARZOLA E ARZOLA E

LEC LAB

F-9 F-1

RIVERA L RIVERA L

LEC LAB

LUDWIG S LUDWIG S

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70544

TTh

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70549

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70555

TTh

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70551

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70559

TTh

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71237

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1. MW

6:30-8:50pm TBA

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

ESCONDIDO/Day 71217

TTh

10:15-12:35pm ESC-105 TBA ESC-105

Arrange 1 hour per week. Class Number 71217 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 70567

TTh

6-8:20pm TBA

ESC-404 ESC-404

VARGAS O VARGAS O

ISPAN 101A SPANISH IA 71626

W

8-10:50am TBA

LEC LEC

W

(Class Number 71626 meets 8/21-10/9) 3-5:50pm HS-205 PEDROZA J

LEC

This class includes video lectures. Lectures may be viewed online, on cable TV, and DVD. Class meets only on the dates listed below. Video series entitled: Se Habla Espanol Closed Captioned. CAMPUS MEETINGS ONLY ON: Aug. 28; Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25; Oct. 2 Upon completion of registration, go to palomar-tv.com for broadcast schedule, textbook, and other course information. (Class Number 71219 meets 8/21-10/2)

70569

MW

3-5:50pm

ESC-303

POTTER C

LEC

Class Number 70569 meets at Palomar College Escondido

70570

M

6-8:50pm

ESC-403

VITALE V

LEC

Class Number 70570 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ISPAN 101B SPANISH IB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in SPAN 101A or one year of high school Spanish W

8-10:50am TBA

F-7 SHEAHAN K INTERNET

LEC LEC

24 hours of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. (Class Number 71627 meets 10/23-12/11)

MW

3-5:50pm

ESC-303

POTTER C

LEC

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in SPAN 101 or 101B or two years of high school Spanish Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh

8:30-10:50am TBA

F-2 F-1

CASTELLANOS C LEC CASTELLANOS C LAB

8:30-10:50am TBA

HS-207 F-1

MENDOZA P MENDOZA P

8:30-10:50am TBA TBA

F-7 ONTIVEROS K INTERNET F-1 ONTIVEROS K

LEC LEC LAB

9:30-11:00am TBA

F-10 F-1

GOMEZ G GOMEZ G

LEC LAB

11-1:20pm TBA

F-2 F-1

CASTELLANOS C LEC CASTELLANOS C LAB

11-1:20pm TBA TBA

F-10 PEDROZA J INTERNET F-1 PEDROZA J

LEC LEC LAB

(Class Number 70584 meets 8/20-10/15) 1:30-3:50pm F-7 VARGAS O TBA F-1 VARGAS O

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70580

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71256

M

LEC LAB

2.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. 1 hour per week laboratory class is conducted online. MWF

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1. MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70584

TTh

Fast Track 8-week class, see meeting dates below. 40 hours of lecture are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. 16 hours of laboratory class are conducted online. 71175

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70582

MW

2-4:20pm TBA

F-10 F-1

GOMEZ G GOMEZ G

LEC LAB

4-6:20pm TBA

F-8 F-1

WHETTEN R WHETTEN R

LEC LAB

F-2 F-1

CORTES RANGEL M CORTES RANGEL M

LEC LAB

VITALE V VITALE V

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1. TTh

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

SAN MARCOS/Evening MW

6:30-8:50pm TBA

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

ESCONDIDO/Day 70572

MW

10:15-12:35pm ESC-404 TBA ESC-404

Arrange 1 hour per week. Class Number 70572 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SAN MARCOS/Day 71627

LEC

(Class Number 70571 meets 10/21-12/16)

70586

(Class Number 70569 meets 8/19-10/14)

ESCONDIDO/Evening

PEDROZA J

ISPAN 102 SPANISH II

70578

ESCONDIDO/Day

HS-205

LEC/LAB

Class Number 70571 meets at Palomar College Escondido

70576

24 hours of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. 71219

70571

(3.0 units) F-7 SHEAHAN K INTERNET

INSTRUCTOR

ESCONDIDO/Day

70574

SAN MARCOS/Day

3-5:50pm

LOC

(Class Number 71243 meets 10/23-12/4)

LEC LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week. Class Number 70567 meets at Palomar College Escondido

W

TIME

This class includes video lectures. Lectures may be viewed online, on cable TV, and DVD. Class meets only on the dates listed below. Video series entitled: Se Habla Espanol Closed Captioned. CAMPUS MEETINGS ONLY ON: Oct. 23, 30; Nov. 6, 13, 20; Dec. 4 Upon completion of registration, go to palomar-tv.com for broadcast schedule, textbook, and other course information.

70596

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70565

71243

DAY

GENERAL INFO

1:30-3:50pm TBA

CLASS#

ISPAN 201 SPANISH III

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in SPAN 102 or 102B or three years of high school Spanish Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73621

F

8-12:50pm TBA

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

MW

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

70542

TIME

NONCREDIT

DAY

MD-322 F-1

ONTIVEROS K ONTIVEROS K

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

www.palomar.edu

LEC LAB

91

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70592

MW

6:30-8:50pm TBA

F-7 F-1

GABINO-ALEJO D LEC GABINO-ALEJO D LAB

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

ISPAN 202 SPANISH IV

(5.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in SPAN 201 or four years of high school Spanish

SAN MARCOS/Day

CREDIT CLASSES

70548

MW

11-1:20pm

HS-207

VELASCO M

LEC

SPEECH ISPCH 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

ESCONDIDO CENTER SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

70598

TTh

8:30-10:50am TBA

F-10 F-1

PEDROZA J PEDROZA J

LEC LAB

8:30-10:50am TBA

F-2 F-1

VELASCO M VELASCO M

LEC LAB

11-1:20pm TBA TBA

F-10 PEDROZA J INTERNET F-1 PEDROZA J

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71624

MW

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70590

TTh

LEC LEC LAB

Fast Track 8-week class, see meeting dates below. 40 hours of lecture are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. 16 hours of laboratory class are conducted online. 71543

TTh

NONCREDIT

(Class Number 70590 meets 10/17-12/12) 11-1:20pm SW-2 DEL VALLE-CALNAN A LEC DEL VALLE-CALNAN A LAB TBA F-1

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

71220

MW MW TTh

70616

MWF

70601 70602 71188 70609 70611 71187 70615 73618 70635 70617 73616 70608 70610 70614 73615 70604 70605 70634 70613 70639 71652 70633 70638 71436 70600 70618 70619 73614 70607 70620 70637

MW MW TTh TTh TTh MW TTh MW F S F TTh TTh MW MW MW MW TTh TTh MW TTh TTh TTh MW MW TTh TTh MW MW TTh TTh

70636

MW

70625 70631

M MW

70622 70623 70624

T Th TTh W

DEL RIO L DEL RIO L

LEC LAB

70628

1:30-3:50pm TBA

F-8 F-1

DIAZ C DIAZ C

LEC LAB

70629

4-6:20pm TBA

F-10 F-1

PLANCARTE R PLANCARTE R

LEC LAB

GENERAL INFO

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

7-8:50am MD-222 ARMAS MATSUMOTO C (Class Number 70612 meets 8/19-10/14) 7-8:50am MD-222 ARMAS MATSUMOTO C (Class Number 70616 meets 10/18-12/16) 8-9:20am SC-4 MILZ R 8-9:20am SC-5 GLASS L 8-9:20am SC-5 ANDERSON T ARMAS MATSUMOTO C 8-9:20am SC-4 8-9:20am NS-138 LOWRY C 8-9:20am Q-2 MCCOLLUM L 8-9:20am MD-328 HOKETT D 8-9:20am NA-3 SUMRALL C 9-11:50am SC-5 LOWRY C 9-11:50am SC-5 MILZ R 9-11:50am SC-4 MILZ R 9:30-10:50am TCB-3 LOWRY C 9:30-10:50am SC-4 BISHOP B 9:30-10:50am SC-4 BISHOP B 9:30-10:50am BES-1 GLASS L 11-12:20pm HS-206 HOKETT D 11-12:20pm SC-4 BISHOP B 11-12:20pm SC-5 ANDERSON T 11-12:20pm SC-4 BISHOP B 11-12:20pm SC-5 LOWRY C 11-12:20pm Q-2 SMITH K 12:30-1:50pm SC-5 BISHOP B 12:30-1:50pm SC-4 SMITH K 12:30-1:50pm SC-4 BISHOP B 2-3:20pm HS-203 HOKETT D 2-3:20pm HS-207 JOHNSON S 2-3:20pm SC-5 SPERLA M 2-3:20pm NS-359 SPERLA M 3:30-4:50pm MD-203 HOKETT D 3:30-4:50pm MD-203 JOHNSON S 4-5:50pm HS-207 SUMRALL C (Class Number 70637 meets 9/5-11/26) 4-5:50pm SC-4 WHEARTY B (Class Number 70636 meets 9/16-12/9)

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

BES-1 F-1

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70588

MWF

11-1:20pm TBA

Arrange 1 hour per week in the World Languages lab, room F-1.

70594

70612

6-8:50pm SC-5 HARRELL C 6-8:50pm BES-1 ARMSTRONG M (Class Number 70631 meets 8/19-10/14) 6-8:50pm SC-4 FRITTS K 6-8:50pm MD-203 FRITTS K 6-8:50pm HS-206 ARMSTRONG M (Class Number 70624 meets 10/17-12/12) 6-8:50pm SC-5 HARRELL C

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 71434 70603 71435 70606

TTh MW TTh MW MW

8:45-10:05am

ESC-502

MCCOLLUM L

LEC

Class Number 70629 meets at Palomar College Escondido

8:45-10:05am

ESC-104

HOUDE L

LEC

Class Number 71434 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-11:35am ESC-404

HARRELL C

LEC

Class Number 70603 meets at Palomar College Escondido

10:15-11:35am ESC-104

HOUDE L

LEC

Class Number 71435 meets at Palomar College Escondido

12:45-2:05pm

ESC-104

MCCOLLUM L

LEC

Class Number 70606 meets at Palomar College Escondido

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FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES


Learning for Success

M

6-8:50pm

70630

W

6-8:50pm

ESC-502

STEFANI L

LEC

Class Number 70621 meets at Palomar College Escondido ESC-503

STEFANI L

LEC

Class Number 70630 meets at Palomar College Escondido

71433

Th

6-8:50pm

73617

T

6-8:50pm

ESC-302

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 71433 meets at Palomar College Escondido ESC-302

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 73617 meets at Palomar College Escondido 6-8:50pm

CPPEN-S

SMITH K

LEC

Class Number 70997 meets at Camp Pendleton South (Class Number 70997 meets 8/19-10/14)

ISPCH 105 BEG ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in ENG 100

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day TTh MW

9:30-10:50am 2-3:20pm

SC-5 HS-207

WHEARTY B WHEARTY B

LEC LEC

HS-204

WHEARTY B

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73305

MW

6-7:20pm

ISPCH 115 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70627

MW

2-3:20pm

SC-5

LOWRY C

ISPCH 120 HUMAN COMMUNICATION

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71128

MW

9:30-10:50am

SC-5

HOKETT D

LEC

MD-204

BISHOP B

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 71027

W

5-7:50pm

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day TBA

SC-5

HOKETT D

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

71032

(Class Number 71129 meets 9/16-12/10) TBA SC-5 HOKETT D

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. (Class Number 71032 meets 9/16-12/10)

ISPCH 150 DEBATE RESEARCH

(1.0 unit)

TBA

SC-5

WHEARTY B

(Class Number 73286 meets 9/16-12/10) TBA SC-4 WHEARTY B

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. (Class Number 71033 meets 9/16-12/10)

ISPCH 160 PRACTICAL PUBLIC SPEAKING

(1.0 unit)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71127

TBA

SC-4

LOWRY C

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

71034

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

TBA

SC-4

LOWRY C HOKETT D

LAB

Arrange 9 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

SPELLING THEATRE ARTS

Advisor: Michael Mufson, phone ext. 2456, mmufson@palomar.edu; Chris Sinnott, phone ext. 2432, csinnott@palomar.edu Individual courses are not repeatable. State Guidelines also limit the number of times a student may take courses with related content and similar primary educational activities. Therefore, some combinations of course work in Theatre Arts have limitations on the number of times a student may enroll. Specific information about enrollment limitations for Theatre Arts classes is available at http://www.palomar.edu/ For class information contact the department office at 760 744-1150, ext. 2316.

ITA 100 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE

(Class Number 71127 meets 9/16-12/10) TBA SC-5 LOWRY C

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. (Class Number 71034 meets 9/16-12/10)

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70640 70641

TTh MW

8-9:20am 9:30-10:50am

PAC-127 PAC-127

HINTON L MUFSON M

LEC LEC

PAC-127

POLAK J

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening T

6:30-9:20pm

ITA 105 INTRO TO TECHNICAL THEATRE

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as ENTT 105 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71352

MW

1-1:50pm TBA

PAC-131 PAC-131

SINNOTT C SINNOTT C

LEC LAB

Arrange 4 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

ITA 106 ELEMENTARY STAGE COSTUME

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA/ENTT 105 Cross listed as FASH 106 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day

LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

71033

70632

71690

SAN MARCOS/Day 73286

INSTRUCTOR

SAN MARCOS/Day

70642

ISPCH 145 MGMT OF SPEECH ACTIVITIES 71129

LOC

See Reading.

SITES/Evening

70626 71236

TIME

GENERAL INFO

70621

MW

DAY

ISPCH 290 COMPETITIVE INTERCOLL FORENSIC

ESCONDIDO/Evening

70997

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

M M W

9:30-11:20am PAC-213 11:30-12:20pm PAC-213 9:30-12:20pm PAC-213

PIERSON S PIERSON S

ITA 107 LIGHTING FOR STAGE AND TV

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA/ENTT 105 Cross listed as ENTT 107 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71951

TTh TTh

1-1:50pm 2-3:20pm

PAC-131 PAC-131

BRECKENRIDGE B LEC BRECKENRIDGE B LAB

ITA 111 TECHNICAL THEATRE PRODUCTION

(0.5 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA/ENTT 105. Completion of or concurrent enrollment in TA 106,TA/ENTT 107,TA/ENTT 108, or TA 109

SAN MARCOS/Day 70651

F

11-12:20pm

PAC-131

ITA 112 BASIC SOUND REINFORCEMENT

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

SINNOTT C

LAB

(3.0 units)

NONCREDIT

DAY

Cross listed as ENTT/MUS 112 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 71172

T Th

1:30-3:20pm 1:30-4:20pm

D-10 D-10

GIRACELLO R GIRACELLO R

www.palomar.edu

LEC LAB

93

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

ITA 113A IMPROVISATIONAL THEATRE I

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70643

T

1:30-4:20pm

PAC-127

MUFSON M

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 113A

SAN MARCOS/Day T

1:30-4:20pm

PAC-127

MUFSON M

CREDIT CLASSES

ITA 114 ADVANCED SOUND REINFORCEMENT Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA/ENTT/MUS 112 Cross listed as ENTT/MUS 114

LEC

(1.5 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73570

TTh

8:30-10:40am

D-10

GIRACELLO R

ITA 115 ACTING I

LAB

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

ESCONDIDO CENTER

70649 70644

TTh MW

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm

PAC-127 PAC-127

CASE D MUFSON M

LEC LEC

PAC-127

POLAK J

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73575

M

6:30-9:20pm

ITA 116 ACTING II

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 115

SAN MARCOS/Day 70645

TTh

11-12:20pm

PAC-127

GERCKE F

ITA 124 BEGINNING STAGE MANAGEMENT

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 100 Cross listed as DNCE/ENTT 124 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SITES

SAN MARCOS/Day 73580

F

9-10:50am TBA

PAC-131 PAC-131

SINNOTT C SINNOTT C

LEC LAB

Arrange 3 hours per week. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

ITA 150 DRAMATIC LITERATURE

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 71629

MW

8-9:20am

D-3

HINTON L

ITA 160 BEGINNING STAGE DIRECTION

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73578

F

12-2:50pm

PAC-127

GERCKE F

ITA 182 INTRO TO ARTS MANAGEMENT

LEC

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS 182

SAN MARCOS/Day 72650

MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

ITA 183 INTERNSHIP IN ARTS MANAGEMENT

LAB

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS or TA 182 Cross listed as AMS/ART/DNCE/MUS 183 MWF

3-5:50pm

BOEHM

OBER I

ITA 184 CREATIVE THEATRE ENSEMBLE

LAB

(2.0 units)

TBA

PAC-131

MUFSON M

LAB

NONCREDIT

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction.

73577

(Class Number 73576 meets 8/26-10/13) TBA PAC-131 CASE D

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. (Class Number 73577 meets 10/14-11/24)

GENERAL INFO 94

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

ITA 191A REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE I

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

73585

LEC/LAB

(2.0 units)

TBA

PAC-131

MUFSON M

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 1 Audition dates at www.palomarperforms.com

73589

(Class Number 73585 meets 8/26-10/13) TBA PAC-131 CASE D

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 2 Audition dates at www.palomarperforms.com (Class Number 73589 meets 10/14-11/24)

ITA 191B REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE II Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191A

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73586

TBA

PAC-131

MUFSON M

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 1 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com

73590

(Class Number 73586 meets 8/26-10/13) TBA PAC-131 CASE D

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 2 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com (Class Number 73590 meets 10/14-11/24)

ITA 191C REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE III Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191B

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73587

TBA

PAC-131

MUFSON M

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 1 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com

73591

(Class Number 73587 meets 8/26-10/13) TBA PAC-131 CASE D

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 2 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com (Class Number 73591 meets 10/14-11/24)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 191C

SAN MARCOS/Day 73576

TIME

ITA 191D REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE IV

SAN MARCOS/Day 72766

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Day

ITA 113B IMPROVISATIONAL THEATRE II

73742

CLASS#

(2.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73588

TBA

PAC-131

MUFSON M

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 1 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com

73592

(Class Number 73588 meets 8/26-10/13) TBA PAC-131 CASE D

LAB

Arrange 96 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 2 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com (Class Number 73592 meets 10/14-11/24)


Learning for Success DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

ITA 192A TECHNICAL THEATRE PRACTICUM I

LEC/LAB

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

(1.0 unit)

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in TA/ENTT 105

SAN MARCOS/Day 70647

TBA

PAC-111

SINNOTT C

LAB

(Class Number 70647 meets 8/26-10/13) TBA PAC-111 SINNOTT C

LAB

71022

CREDIT CLASSES

Arrange 48 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 1 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com Arrange 48 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 2 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com (Class Number 71022 meets 10/14-11/24)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 192A

(1.0 unit)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

ITA 192B TECHNICAL THEATRE PRACTICUM II

SAN MARCOS/Day 73737

TBA

PAC-111

SINNOTT C

LAB

(Class Number 73737 meets 8/26-10/13) TBA PAC-111 SINNOTT C

LAB

Arrange 48 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 1 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com

73738

SITES

Arrange 48 hours with instructor. Prior to census date, this class requires a signed student/faculty contract documenting weekly activities and interaction. Production 2 Audition dates at: www.palomarperforms.com (Class Number 73738 meets 10/14-11/24)

ITA 215 ACTING III

F

12-2:50pm

PAC-127

GERCKE F

ITA 216 ACTING IV

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 116

SAN MARCOS/Day 73579

F

12-2:50pm

PAC-127

GERCKE F

LEC

TUTORING

See Noncredit Section.

UPHOLSTERY

IUP 96 DECORATOR ACCESSORIES

Advisor: Eric Duvall, phone ext. 3656, eduvall@palomar.edu

IUP 85 BASIC UPHOLSTERY

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. M M W

6-6:50pm 7-9:20pm 6-9:20pm

ESC-506 ESC-506 ESC-506

DUVALL J DUVALL J

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72625 has a material fee of $50. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 72625 meets at Palomar College Escondido

IUP 90 AUTOMOTIVE UPHOLSTERY

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB. S S S

8-8:50am 9-11:50am 12:30-3:20pm

ESC-506 ESC-506 ESC-506

DUVALL J DUVALL J

T T

6-6:50pm 7-8:20pm

ESC-506 ESC-506

DUVALL J DUVALL J

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 73303 has a material fee of $50. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 73303 meets at Palomar College Escondido

LEC LAB

Class Number 73607 has a material fee of $50. See instructor first day of class for information. Class Number 73607 meets at Palomar College Escondido

WASTEWATER TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION IWWT 50 WATERWORKS MATHEMATICS

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as WTE 50

ESCONDIDO/Day 73303

ESCONDIDO/Evening 73607

ESCONDIDO/Evening 72625

(1.5 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72336

Th

6:30-9:20pm

NS-137

STAFF

IWWT 52 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATIONS

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72112

T

6:30-9:20pm

MD-217

IVERSON M

www.palomar.edu

LEC

95

GENERAL INFO

73743

NONCREDIT

SAN MARCOS/Day

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in TA 116


PALOMAR COLLEGE CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

GENERAL INFO

IWWT 58 BACKFLOW PREVENTION

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as WTE 58 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72251 72772

Th Th T T

6-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm 6-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

PLYLER S PLYLER S PLYLER S PLYLER S

LEC LAB LEC LAB

CREDIT CLASSES

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as PWM/WTE 60 6-8:50pm

NS-135

TEATES L

IWWT 62 CROSS CONNECTION SPECIALIST Recommended preparation:WTE/WWT 58 Cross listed as WTE 62

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening

ESCONDIDO CENTER

72340

M

6:30-9:20pm

NS-136

CASTAING C

IWWT 66 MOTORS/PUMPS,OPERATION/MAINT Recommended preparation:WTE/WWT 50 Cross listed as WTE 66

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72255

M

6:30-9:20pm

T-114

PANEK R

LEC

WATER TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (3.0 units)

Cross listed as WWT 50

SITES

6:30-9:20pm

NS-137

STAFF

IWTE 52 WATERWORKS DISTRIBUTION

LEC

(3.0 units)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in WTE/WWT 50

Recommended preparation:WTE/WWT 50 Cross listed as WWT 66

72256

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

Th

6:30-9:20pm

NS-136

PEDRAZZI E

IWTE 54 WATER TRTMNT PLANT OPERATION I Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in WTE/WWT 50

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72110

M

6-8:50pm

NS-137

JONES JR A

IWTE 58 BACKFLOW PREVENTION

LEC

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as WWT 58 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72770

Th Th T T

6-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm 6-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

T-114 T-114 T-114 T-114

PLYLER S PLYLER S PLYLER S PLYLER S

IWTE 60 SUPERVISION

LEC LAB LEC LAB

6-8:50pm

NS-135

IWTE 62 CROSS CONNECTION SPECIALIST

NONCREDIT

Recommended preparation:WTE/WWT 58 Cross listed as WWT 62

TEATES L

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72339

M

6:30-9:20pm

NS-136

IWTE 64 WATER QUALITY MONITORING

CASTAING C

LEC

(3.0 units)

Recommended preparation:WTE/WWT 50 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Evening

GENERAL INFO

72338

96

W W

6-8:20pm 8:30-9:50pm

T-114

(3.0 units)

PANEK R

LEC

WELDING TECHNOLOGY IWELD 100 WELDING I

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72096

T Th

DE 9-10:20am 9-11:50am

INTERNET MILLER J T-110 MILLER J T-110

M M W

9-10:20am T-111 10:30-11:50am T-110 9-11:50am T-110

MILLER J MILLER J

M M W

12-1:20pm 1:30-2:50pm 12-2:50pm

T-111 T-110 T-110

STAFF STAFF

T-111 T-110 T-110

STAFF STAFF

T-114 T-114

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

LEC LAB LAB

1.5 hours per week of instruction are conducted online. This is a hybrid class and requires both classroom attendance and use of Email, the Internet, and other means of electronic communication. Class Number 72096 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

72094

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72094 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

72098

LEC LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72100

M M W

7:30-8:50pm 6-7:20pm 6-8:50pm

MOLINA M HAMMOND M MOLINA M

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72100 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73052

T T Th

12-1:20pm 1:30-2:50pm 12-2:50pm

T-111 T-111 T-111

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 73052 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

IWELD 108 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS

(3.0 units)

72745

DE

INTERNET MILLER J

LEC LAB

LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Monday, August 19, from 5-6:00 p.m. in T-111 or Tuesday, August 20, from 5-6:00 p.m. in IT-2. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IWELD 110 SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING

SAN MARCOS/Evening T

LEC/LAB

SAN MARCOS/Day

(3.0 units)

Cross listed as PWM/WWT 60

72111

6:30-9:20pm

Cross listed as IT 108

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72253

M

IWELD 105 CUTTING, BRAZING, SOLDERING

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72109

INSTRUCTOR

IWTE 66 MOTORS/PUMPS,OPERATION/MAINT

SAN MARCOS/Evening Th

LOC

Class Number 72098 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

IWTE 50 WATERWORKS MATHEMATICS

72131

TIME

SAN MARCOS/Day

SAN MARCOS/Evening T

DAY

SAN MARCOS/Evening T-114 T-114 T-114 T-114

IWWT 60 SUPERVISION

72113

CLASS#

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 73701

M M W

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

T-111 T-110 T-110

STAFF STAFF

T-111 T-110 T-110

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 73701 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 72564

T T Th

6-7:20pm 7:30-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72564 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.


Learning for Success

T T Th

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

T-111 T-111 T-111

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 72563 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

IWELD 120 GAS METAL/FLUX CORED ARC WELD

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 72923

F F

4-5:20pm 5:30-9:50pm

T-111 T-110

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Class Number 72923 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

IWELD 135 PRINT READING FOR WELDERS

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73079

DE

INTERNET MILLER J

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IWELD 136 WELDING SYMBOLS

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73080

DE

INTERNET MILLER J

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IWELD 145 PIPE WELDING

LEC

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73703

M M W

3-4:20pm 4:30-5:50pm 3-5:50pm

T-111 T-110 T-110

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB LAB

Class Number 73703 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

IWELD 150 WELDING INSPECTION

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 72639

DE

INTERNET STAFF

This is an online class. This class does not have an on-campus orientation meeting. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard

IWELD 151 CAD/CAM MACHINING

LEC

9:30-10:50am 11-12:20pm 9:30-12:20pm

E-10 E-10 E-10

(3.0 units)

LUTZ D LUTZ D

IWELD 160 METAL LAYOUT FOR FABRICATION

9-10:50am 11-1:50pm

T-111 T-110

STAFF STAFF

WOOD TECHNOLOGY See Cabinet and Furniture Technology.

WORK EXPERIENCE See Cooperative Education.

ZOOLOGY

Advisor: C. Carpenter, phone ext. 2527, ccarpenter@palomar.edu See also Biology, Botany, and Microbiology. Students interested in a Directed Studies class should contact the Department.

IZOO 135 BIOLOGY OF MARINE MAMMALS Cross listed as BIOL 135

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day DE

INTERNET BLANKENSHIP-WILLIAMS L LEC

This is an online class. An on-campus orientation meeting will be held on: Saturday, August 17, from 9:30-10:30 a.m. in NS-225. Students registering for this class must consult the following Web site: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard This class includes video lectures. Video series entitled: Biology of Marine Mammals Closed Captioned.

IZOO 145 INTRO TO ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY

(3.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 70672

MW

1-2:20pm

NS-138

GUSHANSKY G

LEC

6:30-9:20pm

NS-138

STAFF

LEC

11:45-1:05pm

ESC-403

STAFF

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73464

T

ESCONDIDO/Day 70669

TTh

71372

M

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-401

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 71372 meets at Palomar College Escondido

(1.0 unit)

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’, or concurrent enrollment in ZOO 145

LEC LAB LAB

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO/Day 70655

T

8:45-11:35am

ESC-401

STAFF

LAB

Class Number 70655 meets at Palomar College Escondido

ESCONDIDO/Evening 71492

W

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-401

STAFF

LAB

Class Number 71492 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SAN MARCOS/Day F F

LEC/LAB

Native Women in the Americas Race, Gender and Media Effects Women and Literature Women in United States History Human Sexuality Psychology of Women Psychology and Sociology of Aging Introduction to Women’s Studies Gender and Society

IZOO 145L INTRO ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY LAB

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

73699

INSTRUCTOR

ESCONDIDO/Evening

SAN MARCOS/Day T T Th

LOC

Class Number 70669 meets at Palomar College Escondido

Cross listed as DT/ENGR 151 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

72933

AIS 165 COMM 105 ENG 280 HIST 130 PSYC/SOC 125 PSYC 130 PSYC/SOC 145 SOC 115 SOC 135

71674

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

TIME

WOMEN’S STUDIES See:

SAN MARCOS/Day 72563

DAY

GENERAL INFO

(3.0 units)

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

CLASS#

CREDIT CLASSES

IWELD 115 GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

INSTRUCTOR

SITES

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

LEC LAB

Class Number 73699 has a material fee of $50 which must be paid at the Cashier office before the first class meeting.

IZOO 200 ANATOMY

(4.0 units)

Recommended preparation: BIOL 100, or BIOL 101 and 101L, or BIOL 102, or BIOL 105, or BIOL 200 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

SAN MARCOS/Day 70656

TTh TTh

7:30-8:20am 8:30-11:50am

NS-316 NS-316

GUSHANSKY G GUSHANSKY G

LEC LAB

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

www.palomar.edu

NONCREDIT

DAY

97

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE

GENERAL INFO CREDIT CLASSES

CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

70657

MW MW

7:30-8:20am 8:30-11:50am

NS-316 NS-316

GUSHANSKY G GUSHANSKY G

LEC LAB

TTh TTh

12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:50pm

NS-316 NS-316

CARPENTER A CARPENTER A

LEC LAB

MW MW

12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:50pm

NS-316 NS-316

STAFF STAFF

LEC LAB

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

70667

CLASS#

71718

MW MW

5:30-6:20pm 6:30-9:50pm

NS-316 NS-316

CARPENTER A CARPENTER A

LEC LAB

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

(4.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration. 70660

LOC

Prerequisite: A minimum grade of ‘C’ in BIOL 102, or BIOL 200 and CHEM 104 or CHEM 100; or BIOL 100 and CHEM 104 or CHEM 100; or BIOL 105 and CHEM 104 or CHEM 100; or ZOO 200 Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

70662

SAN MARCOS/Evening

TIME

IZOO 203 PHYSIOLOGY

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

73465

DAY

MW MW

8-8:50am 9-12:20pm

NS-243 NS-243

STAFF STAFF

TTh TTh

12:30-1:20pm 1:30-4:50pm

NS-243 NS-243

BLANKENSHIP-WILLIAMS L

MW MW

1:30-2:20pm 2:30-5:50pm

NS-243 NS-243

ALBISTEGUI-DU BOIS R

NS-243 NS-243

ALBISTEGUI-DU BOIS R

LEC LAB

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration. BLANKENSHIP-WILLIAMS L

LEC LAB

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

70670

ALBISTEGUI-DU BOIS R

LEC LAB

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

SAN MARCOS/Evening 70664

TTh TTh

5:30-6:20pm 6:30-9:50pm

ALBISTEGUI-DU BOIS R

LEC LAB

Students who have completed prerequisite course work at another institution must provide transcript evidence to the Evaluations Office well prior to registration.

SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

Please see the Student Tutorials link on the eServices sign in page.

NONCREDIT GENERAL INFO 98

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES


Refer to the “Credit Classes” section for details

GENERAL INFO

Learning for Success

ESCONDIDO CENTER

CREDIT CLASSES

Computer labs, library services, and counseling are also conveniently located at the Center. For a counseling appointment call 760 744-1150 ext. 8157. Planning to transfer to a California State University? Fulfill CSU general education requirements at Escondido.

Intro to Criminal Justice

AODS 150

Intro to Alcohol and Other Drug Studies

AIS 102

Amer Indian and U.S. Political Studies

MUS 100

Music Appreciation

ASL 100

American Sign Language I

OCN 100

Oceanography Lecture

ASL 101

American Sign Language II

OCN 100L

Oceanography Laboratory

ANTH 105

Intro to Cultural Anthropology

PHIL 102

Reasoning About Philosophical Issues

ART 100

Introduction to Art

PHIL 115

Critical Thinking

ART 102

Drawing and Composition I

POSC 101

Intro to Politics and American

BIOL 100

General Biology

CS 101

The Chicano in the United States

POSC 102

Intro to U.S./Calif. Governments

CHDV 100

Child Growth and Development

PSYC 100

Intro to Psychology

CHDV 110

Intro to Special Education

PSYC 125

Human Sexuality

CINE 100

Art of the Cinema

PSYC 205

Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

CSIT 105

Computer Concepts and Applications

RS 101

World Religions

COUN 110 College Success

SOC 100

Intro to Sociology

ECON 101

Principles of Economics (Macro)

SOC 125

Human Sexuality

ENG 100

English Composition

SOC 205

Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

ENG 202

Critical Thinking and Composition

SPAN 101

Spanish I

ESL 101

Written Communication I

SPAN 101A Spanish IA

HE 100

Health Education and Fitness Dynamics

SPAN 101B

Spanish IB

HIST 101

History of the U.S. through Reconstruction

SPAN 102

Spanish II

HIST 102

History of the U.S. Since Reconstruction

SPCH 100

Oral Communication

HUM 100

Intro to Humanities I

ZOO 145

Intro to Anatomy and Physiology

MATH 110

College Algebra

ZOO 145L

Intro to Anatomy and Physiology LAB

MATH 205

Calculus with Analytic Geometry,

SITES

Third Course

NONCREDIT

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

Political Institutions

Please refer to the “Credit Classes” section for complete details www.palomar.edu

99

GENERAL INFO

AJ 100

ESCONDIDO CENTER

CSU GE classes offered this Fall


Refer to the “Credit Classes” section for details

PALOMAR COLLEGE COURSE

UNITS

GENERAL INFO

ACCOUNTING IACCT 201 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

(4.0 units)

COUNSELING

(3.0 units)

ICOUN 110 COLLEGE SUCCESS

CREDIT CLASSES

IDBA 115 CREATIVE WRITING FOR TV/CINEMA (3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IASL 100 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I IASL 101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II

(4.0 units) (4.0 units)

ANTHROPOLOGY IANTH 105 INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY(3.0 units)

ART

SITES

IART 100 INTRODUCTION TO ART IART 102 DRAWING AND COMPOSITION I

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

IART 103 DRAWING AND COMPOSITION II IART 225 ACRYLIC PAINTING I

(3.0 units)

IART 226 ACRYLIC PAINTING II IART 235 WATERCOLOR PAINTING I

(3.0 units)

IART 236 WATERCOLOR PAINTING II

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

BIOLOGY IBIOL 100 GENERAL BIOLOGY

(4.0 units)

BUSINESS IBUS 100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

CHILD DEVELOPMENT ICHDV 100 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ICHDV 104 GUIDANCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN ICHDV 110 INTRO TO SPECIAL EDUCATION ICHDV 120 HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units)

NONCREDIT

CINEMA ICINE 100 ART OF THE CINEMA ICINE 115 CREATIVE WRITING FOR TV/CINEMA

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ICSIT 105 COMPUTER CONCEPTS/APPLICATIONS

GENERAL INFO 100

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY IDT 101 AUTOCAD INTRO CMPTR AID DRAFT

(3.0 units)

ECONOMICS IECON 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MACRO)

(3.0 units)

EMERGENCY MEDICAL EDUCATION IEME 100 FIRST RESPONDER IEME 106 EMT (LECTURE)

(3.0 units)

IEME 116 EMT REFRESHER COURSE IEME 175 PARAMEDIC PREPARATION (LEC)

(1.5 units)

IEME 175L PARAMEDIC PREP SKILLS (LAB) IEME 206 INTRO PARAMEDIC TRAINING (LEC)

(6.0 units) (2.0 units) (1.0 unit) (5.5 units)

IEME 206L INTRO PARAMEDIC TRAINING (LAB) (1.5 units) IEME 207 PARAMEDIC MEDICAL TRNG (LEC) (10.0 units) IEME 207L PARAMEDIC MEDICAL SKILLS (LAB) (2.0 units) IEME 208 PARAMEDIC TRAUMA TRNG (LEC) IEME 208L TRAUMA SKILLS (LABORATORY)

(4.5 units)

IEME 209L PARAMEDIC OB/PED SKILLS (LAB) IEME 211 CLINICAL INTEGRATION I

(1.0 unit) (1.5 units)

IEME 215 FIELD INTERNSHIP

(9.0 units)

(1.0 unit)

ENGINEERING IENGR 101 AUTOCAD INTRO CMPTR AID DRAFT

CHICANO STUDIES ICS 101 CHICANO IN THE UNITED STATES

(3.0 units)

DIGITAL BROADCAST ARTS

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES IAIS 102 INDIAN/U.S. POLITICAL SYSTEM

ICI 100 BUILDING CODES I ICI 105 ELECTRICAL CODES I

(3.0 units)

ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG STUDIES IAODS 150 INTRO ALCOHOL/DRUG STUDIES

UNITS

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IAJ 100 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE IAJ 211 FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION

COURSE

(3.0 units)

ENGLISH IENG 10 ENGLISH ESSENTIALS IENG 50 INTRODUCTORY COMPOSITION IENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

(4.0 units)

IENG 202 CRITICAL THINKING/COMPOSITION IENG 205 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE

(4.0 units)

(4.0 units) (4.0 units) (3.0 units)

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IESL 13 ESL GRAMMAR SKILLS II IESL 45 READING/WRITING ESSENTIALS I IESL 55 READING/WRITING ESSENTIALS II

(3.0 units)

IESL 98.1 CAREER TRACK ESL I IESL 98.2 CAREER TRACK ESL II IESL 101 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION I

(4.0 units)

(5.0 units) (5.0 units) (4.0 units) (5.0 units)


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IHIST 101 U.S. THRU RECONSTRUCTION IHIST 102 U.S. SINCE RECONSTRUCTION

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

HUMANITIES IHUM 100 INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I

(3.0 units)

MATHEMATICS IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

(3.0 units) (4.0 units) (4.0 units)

IMATH 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (4.0 units) IMATH 205 CALCULUS/ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 3RD (4.0 units)

MUSIC IMUS 100 MUSIC APPRECIATION IMUS 130 FUNDAMENTAL VOCAL SKILLS

(3.0 units)

IMUS 131 VOCAL LITERATURE/PERFORMANCE IMUS 175 BEGINNING GUITAR

(2.0 units)

(2.0 units) (2.0 units)

OCEANOGRAPHY IOCN 100 OCEANOGRAPHY LECTURE IOCN 100L OCEANOGRAPHY LAB

(3.0 units) (1.0 unit)

OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS IOIS 101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING IOIS 102 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING

(2.0 units) (2.0 units)

PHILOSOPHY IPHIL 102 REASONING/PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES IPHIL 115 CRITICAL THINKING

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

PHOTOGRAPHY IPHOT 50 DIGITAL CAMERA

(3.0 units)

POLITICAL SCIENCE IPOSC 101 INTRO POL/AMER POL INSTITUTION IPOSC 102 INTRO U.S./CALIF GOVERNMENTS IPOSC 120 CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (1.0 unit)

PSYCHOLOGY IPSYC 100 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

RELIGIOUS STUDIES IRS 101 WORLD RELIGIONS

GENERAL INFO

HISTORY

IPSYC 205 STATISTICS/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

(3.0 units)

SOCIOLOGY ISOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY ISOC 125 HUMAN SEXUALITY

(3.0 units)

ISOC 150 INTRO ALCOHOL/DRUG STUDIES ISOC 205 STATISTICS/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

CREDIT CLASSES

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

SPANISH ISPAN 101 SPANISH I ISPAN 101A SPANISH IA

(5.0 units)

ISPAN 101B SPANISH IB ISPAN 102 SPANISH II

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (5.0 units)

SPEECH ISPCH 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(3.0 units)

IPSYC 125 HUMAN SEXUALITY IPSYC 150 INTRO ALCOHOL/DRUG STUDIES

UPHOLSTERY IUP 85 BASIC UPHOLSTERY IUP 90 AUTOMOTIVE UPHOLSTERY IUP 96 DECORATOR ACCESSORIES

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (1.5 units)

SITES

IHE 100 HEALTH ED/FITNESS DYNAMICS IHE 104 FIRST RESPONDER

UNITS

ZOOLOGY IZOO 145 INTRO TO ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY IZOO 145L INTRO ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY LAB

(3.0 units) (1.0 unit)

NONCREDIT DISABILITY EDUCATION IN DSAB 501 INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS

(0.0 units)

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN ESL 301 BEGINNING ESL I IN ESL 302 BEGINNING ESL II

(0.0 units)

IN ESL 303 BEGINNING ESL III IN ESL 304 INTERMEDIATE ESL I

(0.0 units)

IN ESL 322 BEGINNING CONVERSATION IN ESL 383 COMPUTER LITERACY FOR ESL

(0.0 units)

IN ESL 394 CAREER TRACK ESL

(0.0 units)

(0.0 units) (0.0 units)

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

HEALTH

COURSE

(0.0 units)

NONCREDIT

UNITS

GENERAL INFO

COURSE

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PALOMAR COLLEGE COURSE

UNITS

COURSE

UNITS

GENERAL INFO

PALOMAR COLLEGE SITES Camp Pendleton • Fallbrook • Pauma

PSYCHOLOGY

CAMP PENDLETON CREDIT CLASSES

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IAJ 103 COMMUNITY RELATIONS IAJ 106 POLICE ETHICS

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

IPSYC 100 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

SPEECH ISPCH 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION

ESCONDIDO CENTER

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

FALLBROOK

IAIS 100 INTRO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

(3.0 units)

ENGLISH

(3.0 units)

IENG 50 INTRODUCTORY COMPOSITION IENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

(3.0 units)

HEALTH

BUSINESS IBUS 100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS IBUS 110 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

CINEMA ICINE 100 ART OF THE CINEMA

IHE 100 HEALTH ED/FITNESS DYNAMICS (3.0 units)

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

SITES

ICSIT 105 COMPUTER CONCEPTS/APPLICATIONS

IHIST 101 U.S. THRU RECONSTRUCTION IHIST 105 WESTERN CIV THRU REFORMATION

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

IMATH 120 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

IENG 202 CRITICAL THINKING/COMPOSITION

(4.0 units)

(4.0 units) (4.0 units)

HISTORY (3.0 units) (3.0 units)

MATHEMATICS

NONCREDIT

IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

(3.0 units)

IMATH 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA IMATH 115 TRIGONOMETRY

(4.0 units)

(4.0 units) (4.0 units) (3.0 units)

PHILOSOPHY

GENERAL INFO FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

HISTORY

(3.0 units)

(4.0 units)

102

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

IENG 10 ENGLISH ESSENTIALS IENG 50 INTRODUCTORY COMPOSITION IENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

IPHIL 100 THEORY-ETHICAL/POLITICL VALUES

(4.0 units)

IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

ENGLISH

IHIST 101 U.S. THRU RECONSTRUCTION IHIST 102 U.S. SINCE RECONSTRUCTION

(4.0 units)

MATHEMATICS

ECONOMICS IECON 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MACRO) IECON 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MICRO)

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

COUNSELING ICOUN 110 COLLEGE SUCCESS

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

(4.0 units) (4.0 units)

SOCIOLOGY ISOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

(3.0 units)

NONCREDIT ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IN ESL 301 BEGINNING ESL I IN ESL 302 BEGINNING ESL II

(0.0 units)

IN ESL 303 BEGINNING ESL III IN ESL 304 INTERMEDIATE ESL I

(0.0 units)

(0.0 units) (0.0 units)

PAUMA AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES IAIS 197 AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES TOPICS

(3.0 units)


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Online (Internet) – (may require some meetings on campus) and Video Classes – (require some meetings on campus). Distance Education is an interactive instructional experience in which the learner and the instructor are in separate physical locations for the majority of the instructional activities. The various technologies used for delivery of instruction may include some combination of print, voice, video, and data delivered via the Internet or cable TV. Distance education classes are equivalent to traditional lecturebased classes with no distinction made on transcripts to indicate the class was taken via distance education.

CREDIT CLASSES

Distance Education at Palomar College includes:

GENERAL INFO

Learning for Success

Distance education courses may be an attractive option for students:

ESCONDIDO CENTER

• whose work or family commitments do not allow them to attend classes on campus; • who cannot commute to campus to take face-to-face courses; • who are taking other classes on campus but wish to explore the flexibility that distance/ online education may provide.

How It Works

Information Available Online

Students must have reliable access to the Internet to take an online class. Online classes meet on the Internet using a web browser. Features of the web, such as discussion boards, email, computer-based tests, and file uploads/downloads will be used in most classes. Some classes may require face-to-face meetings on campus in order to take tests. Some online classes include video lectures.

• Are you ready to be an online student? http://www.palomar.edu/areyouready/ • To connect to an online class once registered: http://www.palomar.edu/blackboard/ • For details on Cable TV broadcast schedule, accessing videos online and DVD checkout, go to: www.palomar-tv.com

http://www.palomar.edu/onlinedirectory/

Questions?

You can find answers and contact technical support online at: https://www.palomar.edu/atrc/helpdesk/ Contact technical support at: atrc@palomar.edu, or call 760 744-1150, ext. 2862

GENERAL INFO

For details on how individual online classes are taught, visit the website listed under each class in the schedule, or contact the instructor via email. Instructors’ email addresses can be found in the online College Directory at:

NONCREDIT

Online Classes

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

SITES

Most online and video classes at Palomar College use the Blackboard Learning System®. Blackboard is a web-based course management system. It is an easy-to-use, menu-driven application. Students must be enrolled in a class to access its Blackboard website. To access Blackboard, go to www.palomar.edu/blackboard and log in. Instructors may use a combination of various delivery methods and sites for their courses that may or may not include Blackboard.

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PALOMAR COLLEGE COURSE

UNITS

COURSE

GENERAL INFO

ONLINE CLASSES

IBUS 190 INTERNET FOR BUSINESS IBUS 205 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

ACCOUNTING

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

CREDIT CLASSES

IACCT 104 ACCTING SPREADSHEET CONCEPTS IACCT 105 INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAXES

(4.0 units)

IACCT 110 QUICKBOOKS IACCT 115 SALES/PAYROLL TAX,EMPL BENEFIT

(2.0 units)

IACCT 201 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING IACCT 202 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

(2.0 units) (2.0 units) (4.0 units) (4.0 units)

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

ESCONDIDO CENTER

IAIS 100 INTRO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES IAIS 101 AMERICAN INDIAN FRONTIER

(3.0 units)

IAIS 102 INDIAN/U.S. POLITICAL SYSTEM IAIS 105 HISTORY/NATIVE AMERICAN ARTS

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

IAIS 110 HISTORY OF THE PLAINS INDIAN IAIS 125 AMERICAN INDIANS TODAY

(3.0 units)

IAIS 145 AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE IAIS 150 AMER IND PHILOSOPHY/RELIGION

(3.0 units)

IAIS 197 ELEMENTARY CAHUILLA IIA

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

AMERICAN STUDIES

SITES

IAMS 100 AMERICAN CULTURE AND IDENTITY IAMS 105 AMER WEST: IMAGES/IDENTITIES

(3.0 units)

IAMS 200 RACE, CLASS, AND ETHNIC GROUPS

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

ANTHROPOLOGY

IBMGT 101 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT IBMGT 105 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

UNITS

(1.0 unit) (3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

CHICANO STUDIES ICS 101 CHICANO IN THE UNITED STATES ICS 102 CHICANO/AMERICAN POLITICAL SYS

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

CHILD DEVELOPMENT ICHDV 100 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ICHDV 115 CHILD, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY ICHDV 120 HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION ICHDV 145 UNDERSTANDING CHILD ABUSE

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units)

ICHDV 152A ENV RATING SCALE: EARLY CHILD ICHDV 152B ENV RATING SCALE: INFANT/TODD

(1.5 units)

ICHDV 152C ENV RATING SCALE: FAMILY CARE ICHDV 152D ENV RATING SCALE: SCHOOL-AGE

(1.5 units)

ICHDV 180 SCHOOL-AGE DEVELOPMENT

(3.0 units)

(1.5 units) (1.5 units)

CINEMA ICINE 103 HISTORY OF FILM 1945 - PRESENT

(3.0 units)

COMMUNICATIONS ICOMM 100 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION ICOMM 105 RACE, GENDER AND MEDIA EFFECTS

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

IANTH 100 INTRO BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (3.0 units) IANTH 105 INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY(3.0 units)

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS COMPUTER SCIENCE

IANTH 110 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY IANTH 135 MAGIC AND FOLK RELIGIONS

(3.0 units)

ICSCI 108 SURVEY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE ICSCI 110 PROGRAMMING/COMPUTER SCIENCE

IANTH 137 MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

BIOLOGY IBIOL 101 GENERAL BIOLOGY (LECTURE) IBIOL 114 ECOSYSTEM BIOLOGY (LECTURE) IBIOL 135 BIOLOGY OF MARINE MAMMALS IBIOL 185 SCIENCE OF HUMAN NUTRITION

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units)

BUSINESS

NONCREDIT

IBUS 100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS IBUS 110 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

(3.0 units)

IBUS 125 BUSINESS ENGLISH IBUS 157 E-COMMERCE

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

IBUS 165 KEYBOARDING IBUS 170 WORD FOR BUSINESS - BASIC

(1.0 unit)

IBUS 175 EXCEL BASIC IBUS 176 EXCEL INTERMEDIATE

(1.0 unit)

IBUS 177 EXCEL ADVANCED IBUS 180 ACCESS BASIC

(1.0 unit)

IBUS 185 POWERPOINT FOR BUSINESS IBUS 187 PROJECT FOR BUSINESS

(1.0 unit)

IBUS 188 VOICE RECOGNITION

(1.0 unit)

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FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

(1.0 unit) (1.0 unit) (1.0 unit) (1.0 unit)

(4.0 units) (4.0 units)

ICSCI 210 DATA STRUCTURES ICSCI 220 C PROGRAMMING

(4.5 units)

ICSCI 222 C++/OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMNG

(4.0 units)

(4.0 units)

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ICSIT 105 COMPUTER CONCEPTS/APPLICATIONS ICSIT 150 INTRODUCTION TO SQL ICSIT 160 INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE ICSIT 180 C# PROGRAMMING I

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units)

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS WEB TECHNOLOGY ICSWB 110 WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT W/ XHTML ICSWB 120 JAVASCRIPT

(3.0 units)

ICSWB 130 MOBILE WEB APP DEVELOPMENT ICSWB 150 PHP WITH MYSQL

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

COUNSELING ICOUN 101 TRANSFER SUCCESS ICOUN 110 COLLEGE SUCCESS ICOUN 115 CAREER/LIFE PLANNING ICOUN 165 CAREER SEARCH

(1.0 unit) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (1.0 unit)


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Learning for Success

IECON 100 BASIC ECONOMICS

(3.0 units)

ENGLISH IENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

IHIST 150 HISTORY/LATIN AMERICA TO 1824

(3.0 units)

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY IIT 108 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS

(4.0 units)

FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES

(3.0 units)

INTERIOR DESIGN IID 100 INTERIOR DESIGN IID 115 HISTORY OF DECORATIVE ARTS I

(3.0 units)

IID 120 HISTORY OF DECORATIVE ARTS II

(3.0 units)

IFCS 101 LIFE MANAGEMENT IFCS 150 FOOD AND CULTURE

(3.0 units)

IFCS 165 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION IFCS 185 SCIENCE OF HUMAN NUTRITION

(3.0 units)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

(3.0 units)

IIBUS 115 INTERNATIONAL BANKING/FINANCE

(3.0 units)

FASHION IFASH 130 HISTORY OF FASHION/COSTUME

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS IGC 100 GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS IGC 101 HISTORY/GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS IGC 102 HISTORY OF THE BOOK/PUBLISHING IGC 115 GRAPHICS/MEDIA: MULTICULTURAL

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units)

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS IMAGING & PUBLISHING IGCIP 122 PAINTER I IGCIP 140 DIGITAL IMAGING/PHOTOSHOP I

(3.0 units)

IJOUR 101 MULTIMEDIA WRITING/REPORTING

(3.0 units)

LIBRARY TECHNOLOGY (3.0 units)

GEOGRAPHY IGEOG 110 METEOROLOGY: WEATHER/CLIMATE

(3.0 units)

JOURNALISM

FIRE TECHNOLOGY IFIRE 100 FIRE PROTECTION ORGANIZATION

(3.0 units)

(4.0 units) (4.0 units)

IGCIP 141 DIGITAL IMAGING/PHOTOSHOP II IGCIP 190 COPYRIGHT GRPHC DSGNR/WEB DEV

(4.0 units)

IGCIP 222 PAINTER II

(4.0 units)

(1.0 unit)

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS MULTIMEDIA & WEB

ILT 100 INTRO LIBRARIES/INFO SERVICES ILT 120 INFO SOURCES & SRVCS/REFERENCE ILT 125 INFORMATION LITERACY

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (1.0 unit)

MATHEMATICS IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA

(3.0 units)

IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA IMATH 120 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS

(4.0 units)

(4.0 units) (3.0 units)

MULTICULTURAL STUDIES IMCS 100 INTRO TO MULTICULTURAL STUDIES IMCS 115 GRAPHICS/MEDIA: MULTICULTURAL

(3.0 units)

IMCS 124 ISLAMIC CULTURES & TRADITIONS IMCS 200 RACE, CLASS, AND ETHNIC GROUPS

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

MUSIC IMUS 100 MUSIC APPRECIATION IMUS 102 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

OCEANOGRAPHY

IGCMW 100 HISTORY OF MULTIMEDIA IGCMW 102 WEB PAGE LAYOUT I

(3.0 units)

IOCN 100 OCEANOGRAPHY LECTURE

(4.0 units)

IGCMW 115 WEB PAGE LAYOUT/WORDPRESS IGCMW 177 SEO FOR WEB DESIGN

(2.0 units)

OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

(4.0 units)

IGCMW 190 COPYRIGHT GRPHC DSGNR/WEB DEV (1.0 unit) IGCMW 202 WEB PAGE LAYOUT II (4.0 units) IGCMW 216 WEB DATA BASE DESIGN I (4.0 units) IGCMW 226 WEB DATA BASE DESIGN II

(4.0 units)

HEALTH IHE 100 HEALTH ED/FITNESS DYNAMICS IHE 165 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION

IOIS 80 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY/ANATOMY IOIS 82 MEDICAL INSURANCE BILL/CODING IOIS 84 HEALTHCARE WRITING TECHNIQUES IOIS 86 ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD APPS IOIS 88 MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION IOIS 102 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING IOIS 115 FILING AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

GENERAL INFO

ECONOMICS

(3.0 units)

CREDIT CLASSES

(3.0 units)

IHIST 140 HISTORY/AMERICAS THRU 1800 IHIST 141 HISTORY/AMERICAS SINCE 1800

ESCONDIDO CENTER

IDBA 100 INTRODUCTION TO RADIO AND TV

HISTORY

SITES

DIGITAL BROADCAST ARTS

UNITS

(3.0 units)

(4.0 units) (3.0 units) (2.0 units) (2.0 units)

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

(1.0 unit)

COURSE

NONCREDIT

ICOUN 170 MAJOR SEARCH

UNITS

(3.0 units) (2.0 units) (1.0 unit)

PHILOSOPHY IPHIL 100 THEORY-ETHICAL/POLITICL VALUES IPHIL 101 THEORY-KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY

(3.0 units)

IPHIL 102 REASONING/PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

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PALOMAR COLLEGE COURSE

UNITS

GENERAL INFO

IPHIL 103 PHILOSOPHY OF HUMAN NATURE IPHIL 115 CRITICAL THINKING

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

PSYCHOLOGY

CREDIT CLASSES

IPSYC 100 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY IPSYC 105 MARRIAGE, FAMILY, INTIMACY

(3.0 units)

IPSYC 110 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYC-CHILD/ADULT IPSYC 120 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

(3.0 units)

IPSYC 125 HUMAN SEXUALITY IPSYC 205 STATISTICS/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

(3.0 units)

IPSYC 225 PSYC OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

READING IREAD 110 POWER READING

(4.0 units)

REAL ESTATE

SITES

IRE 100 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES IRE 105 REAL ESTATE FINANCE

(3.0 units)

IRE 110 REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL IRE 115 REAL ESTATE PRACTICE

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

RELIGIOUS STUDIES IRS 101 WORLD RELIGIONS IRS 124 ISLAMIC CULTURES & TRADITIONS

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

SOCIOLOGY ISOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY ISOC 105 MARRIAGE, FAMILY, INTIMACY

(3.0 units)

ISOC 110 SOCIAL PROBLEMS ISOC 120 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

(3.0 units)

ISOC 125 HUMAN SEXUALITY ISOC 130 INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH

(3.0 units)

ISOC 200 RACE, CLASS, AND ETHNIC GROUPS ISOC 205 STATISTICS/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units)

WELDING TECHNOLOGY IWELD 108 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS IWELD 135 PRINT READING FOR WELDERS IWELD 136 WELDING SYMBOLS IWELD 150 WELDING INSPECTION

(3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units) (3.0 units)

NONCREDIT

ZOOLOGY IZOO 135 BIOLOGY OF MARINE MAMMALS

GENERAL INFO 106

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

UNITS

VIDEO CLASSES Classes with video lectures allow you to fit work and school into your busy schedule.You have the flexibility to choose where, when, and how often you view your video lectures.Video classes satisfy the same college credit as those classes taught in a traditional classroom.

(3.0 units)

PUBLIC WORKS MANAGEMENT IPWM 53 PUBLIC WORKS INSPECTION IPWM 57 PLAN INTERPRETATION/COST EST

COURSE

(3.0 units)

How It Works • • • • • •

Apply and register online at www.palomar.edu Go to: www.palomar-tv.com for course information. Purchase required textbook. Log into Blackboard at: www.palomar.edu/blackboard View video lessons. Attend 5 to 7 campus meetings.

View Video Lessons Students have several options to view the video lessons: • View online by logging into Blackboard. • View webcast via Windows Media at: www.palomar-tv.com • View on cable TV: Cox North-Ch. 16 and 19, Time Warner North-Ch.16 and 24, and AT&T U-Verse Ch. 99. • Channel Lineup for cable TV and webcast is at: www.palomar-tv.com • Check out DVDs at the San Marcos Campus and Escondido Center libraries.

Need Help?

Students who do not have access to a computer or need additional information about classes with video lectures may contact PCTV by calling 760 744-1150, ext. 2431.

SPANISH ISPAN 101A SPANISH IA ISPAN 101B SPANISH IB

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)


Learning for Success LOC

DATES

LEC/LAB

Flexible Scheduling Options Flexible scheduling classes provide alternate starting and ending dates from the full 16-week semester. With a variety of scheduling options to meet your needs. 8-week Fast Track classes begin in August and October and the 12-week Session classes start 2 to 4 weeks after the beginning of the semester. Late Start, Self-Paced and Open-Entry/Open-Exit classes also offer additional registration options throughout the semester. Be sure to check Palomar’s website (www.palomar.edu) for the most current listing of Flexible Scheduling Classes.

HISTORY

FAST TRACK CAMP PENDLETON

IHIST 101 U.S. THRU RECONSTRUCTION 71356 70810

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE IAJ 103 COMMUNITY RELATIONS 73439

MW

6:30-9:20pm

IAJ 106 POLICE ETHICS 73440

TTh

6:30-9:20pm

(3.0 units)

CPPEN-M

(10/21-12/16)

CPPEN-M

(8/20-10/15)

LEC

(3.0 units) LEC

MW TTh

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

CPPEN-N CPPEN-M

IHIST 102 U.S. SINCE RECONSTRUCTION 70726 71355

TTh MW

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

(10/17-12/12) (8/19-10/14)

CPPEN-M

(8/20-10/15)

IAIS 100 INTRO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-M

71923

(3.0 units)

(10/21-12/16)

LEC

BUSINESS 73287

T

6:30-9:20pm DE

73295

TTh

6:30-9:20pm

(3.0 units)

CPPEN-M (8/20-10/15) INTERNET

IBUS 110 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

CPPEN-M

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/12)

LEC

CINEMA TTh

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-S

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/12)

LEC

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ICSIT 105 COMPUTER CONCEPTS/APPLICATIONS 72706

MW MW

5-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

ICOUN 110 COLLEGE SUCCESS MW

6-8:50pm

(3.0 units)

CPPEN-M CPPEN-M

(8/19-10/14) (8/19-10/14)

CPPEN-S

(8/19-10/14)

LEC LAB

(3.0 units) LEC

ECONOMICS IECON 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MACRO)

(3.0 units)

IECON 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MICRO)

(3.0 units)

70724 71332

TTh TTh

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

CPPEN-N CPPEN-N

(8/20-10/15)

(10/17-12/12)

LEC LEC

ENGLISH 71814

MW

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-M

IENG 50 INTRODUCTORY COMPOSITION 70737

MW

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-S

IENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION 70708 70709

MW TTh

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

CPPEN-N CPPEN-M

MW

6-9:50pm

CPPEN-M

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

CPPEN-M CPPEN-M

MW TTh

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

CPPEN-M CPPEN-M

MW MW

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

IMATH 115 TRIGONOMETRY MW

6:30-9:20pm

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16)

(3.0 units)

IPHIL 100 THEORY-ETHICAL/POLITICL VALUES TTh

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-S

LEC

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/12)

LEC

PSYCHOLOGY IPSYC 100 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY 70416

MW

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-M

(3.0 units)

(8/19-10/14)

LEC

SPEECH ISPCH 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION 70997

MW

6-8:50pm

CPPEN-S

(3.0 units)

(8/19-10/14)

LEC

FAST TRACK ESCONDIDO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES IAIS 102 INDIAN/U.S. POLITICAL SYSTEM TTh

6-8:50pm

ESC-804

CINEMA

LEC LEC

LEC LEC

PHILOSOPHY

(4.0 units)

(8/19-10/14) (10/17-12/12)

LEC LEC

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16)

IART 100 INTRODUCTION TO ART

LEC

LEC LEC

(4.0 units)

(8/19-10/14) (10/17-12/12)

CPPEN-M

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16)

LEC

(4.0 units)

(10/17-12/12) (8/20-10/15)

(10/21-12/16) (8/19-10/14)

ART

LEC

(3.0 units)

CPPEN-M CPPEN-M

(4.0 units)

(8/19-10/14)

IENG 202 CRITICAL THINKING/COMPOSITION 71036

70256 70259

70839

IENG 10 ENGLISH ESSENTIALS

TTh TTh

6:30-9:20pm

IMATH 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA

70345

COUNSELING 73677

71833 73667

73343

ICINE 100 ART OF THE CINEMA 70112

71768 71854

TTh

IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

IBUS 100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

LEC LEC

MATHEMATICS IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA

MW

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

CPPEN-M CPPEN-M

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES 71286

(3.0 units)

(10/21-12/16) (8/20-10/15)

70031

TTh

6:30-9:20pm

ESC-700

ICINE 100 ART OF THE CINEMA 70722

MW

10:15-1:05pm

ESC-504

GENERAL INFO

TIME

CREDIT CLASSES

CLASS# DAY

ESCONDIDO CENTER

LEC/LAB

SITES

DATES

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/12)

LEC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

LOC

NONCREDIT

TIME

(3.0 units)

(8/20-10/15)

LEC

(3.0 units)

(10/21-12/16)

LEC

LEC

www.palomar.edu

107

GENERAL INFO

CLASS# DAY


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LOC

DATES

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

73470

IHIST 101 U.S. THRU RECONSTRUCTION MW TTh TTh

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

ESC-105 ESC-706 ESC-706

IHIST 102 U.S. SINCE RECONSTRUCTION

CREDIT CLASSES

70727 70728

MW TTh

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

ESC-105 ESC-805

(3.0 units)

(8/19-10/14) (8/20-10/15) (10/17-12/12)

LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

(10/21-12/16) (8/20-10/15)

LEC LEC

MATHEMATICS IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA 71916

TTh

MW TTh

11:45-2:35pm

ESC-302

10:15-2:05pm 11:45-3:35pm

ESC-503 ESC-302

ESCONDIDO CENTER

IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 71832 71851

MW MW

10:15-2:05pm 10:15-2:05pm

ESC-503 ESC-403

IMATH 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 71642 71735

MW MW

10:15-2:05pm 10:15-2:05pm

ESC-403 ESC-701

(3.0 units)

(8/20-10/15)

LEC

(4.0 units)

(8/19-10/14) (10/17-12/12)

LEC LEC

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16) (8/19-10/14)

LEC LEC

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16) (10/21-12/16)

LEC LEC

SPANISH MW

3-5:50pm

ISPAN 101B SPANISH IB

SITES

70571

MW

DE

71106

DE

3-5:50pm

(3.0 units)

ESC-303

(8/19-10/14)

ESC-303

(10/21-12/16)

LEC

(3.0 units) LEC

FAST TRACK FALLBROOK

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA MW

6:30-9:20pm

FUHS

IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA 71871 71769

MW TTh

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

FUHS FUHS

IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 71864 71835

TTh TTh

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

FUHS FUHS

IMATH 120 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 71130

TTh

6:30-9:20pm

FUHS

(8/19-10/14)

LEC

MW

73584 71037 71038

MW F M

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/12)

IBUS 125 BUSINESS ENGLISH 72003

TTh

72221

M M W

NONCREDIT

(3.0 units)

9:30-12:20pm 5:30-8:20pm

MD-104 MD-131

IAIS 102 INDIAN/U.S. POLITICAL SYSTEM 71292

TTh

9:30-12:20pm

MD-104

(8/20-10/15) (8/19-10/14)

LEC LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/12)

LEC

GENERAL INFO

IAIS 110 HISTORY OF THE PLAINS INDIAN

(3.0 units)

IAIS 145 AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE

(3.0 units)

71149 71030

DE DE

INTERNET (10/17-12/16) INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

LEC LEC

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

(8/19-10/14) (8/23-10/11) (8/19-10/14)

MD-334

(8/20-10/15)

(1.0 unit)

LEC LEC LEC

DE DE 11-11:50am 12-12:50pm 11-12:50pm

INTERNET INTERNET MD-334 MD-334 MD-334

M M W

DE DE 11-11:50am 12-12:50pm 11-12:50pm

INTERNET INTERNET MD-334 MD-334 MD-334

(3.0 units) LEC

(1.0 unit)

(10/17-12/16) (10/17-12/16) (8/19-10/14) (8/19-10/14)

LEC LAB LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

(8/19-10/15) (8/19-10/15) (10/21-12/16) (10/21-12/16)

LEC LAB LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

IBUS 175 EXCEL BASIC

(1.0 unit)

W W

M M W

72366

72178

6-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

T T Th

1-1:50pm 2-2:50pm 1-2:50pm

DE DE 1-1:50pm 2-2:50pm 1-2:50pm

MD-321 MD-321

(10/23-12/11) (10/23-12/11)

MD-334 MD-334 MD-334

(8/19-10/14) (8/19-10/14)

INTERNET INTERNET MD-334 MD-334 MD-334

(10/17-12/16) (10/17-12/16) (8/20-10/15) (8/20-10/15)

M M W

DE DE 1-1:50pm 2-2:50pm 1-2:50pm

INTERNET INTERNET MD-334 MD-334 MD-334

LEC LAB LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

LEC LAB LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

(8/19-10/15) (8/19-10/15) (10/21-12/16) (10/21-12/16)

LEC LAB LEC LAB LAB

IBUS 187 PROJECT FOR BUSINESS

(1.0 unit)

IBUS 188 VOICE RECOGNITION

(1.0 unit)

72882

DE DE

72874

DE DE

INTERNET (10/17-12/16) INTERNET (10/17-12/16) INTERNET (10/17-12/16) INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

IBUS 189 BEYOND OUTLOOK ESSENTIALS 73325

T T Th

1-1:50pm 2-2:50pm 1-2:50pm

MD-334 MD-334 MD-334

IBUS 190 INTERNET FOR BUSINESS 72878

DE DE

TTh

6:30-9:20pm

MD-334

LEC LAB LEC LAB

(1.0 unit)

(10/17-12/12) (10/17-12/12)

INTERNET (8/19-10/15) INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

IBUS 205 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION 72006

108

LEC

IBUS 173 CONTEMPORARY JOB SEARCH TECH

72179

INTERNET (8/19-10/15) INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

(3.0 units)

(10/21-12/16)

O-11 O-11 SW-2

IBUS 170 WORD FOR BUSINESS - BASIC

72810

IAIS 101 AMERICAN INDIAN FRONTIER TTh MW

MD-131

IBUS 185 POWERPOINT FOR BUSINESS

(3.0 units)

71291 73665

6:30-9:20pm

IBUS 165 KEYBOARDING

LEC

IAIS 100 INTRO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES

LEC

BUSINESS

IBUS 180 ACCESS BASIC

LEC LEC

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES DE DE

7-7:50am 9-10:50am 5-6:50pm

(4.0 units)

(8/20-10/15) (10/17-12/12)

LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

IACS 50 INTRO TO COLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

72177

FAST TRACK SAN MARCOS CAMPUS 73466 73468

6-8:50pm

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16) (8/20-10/15)

LEC

ATHLETICS & COMPETITIVE SPORTS

73695

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

IART 100 INTRODUCTION TO ART

72174

MATHEMATICS

LEC/LAB

ART

72175

71908

DATES

IAMS 100 AMERICAN CULTURE AND IDENTITY

72222

ISPAN 101A SPANISH IA 70569

LOC

AMERICAN STUDIES

70029

IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA 71767 71850

TIME

IAIS 150 AMER IND PHILOSOPHY/RELIGION

HISTORY 70234 73651 73652

CLASS# DAY

LEC LAB LAB

(1.0 unit)

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/12)

LEC


Learning for Success LEC/LAB

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

TIME

LOC

DATES

LEC/LAB

DISABILITY RESOURCE (0.5 units)

IDR 42 VOICE RECOGNITION/DISABILITIES

ICHDV 152A ENV RATING SCALE: EARLY CHILD

(1.5 units)

ECONOMICS

ICHDV 152B ENV RATING SCALE: INFANT/TODD

(1.5 units)

IECON 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MACRO)

(3.0 units)

ICHDV 152C ENV RATING SCALE: FAMILY CARE

(1.5 units)

IECON 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MICRO)

(3.0 units)

ICHDV 152D ENV RATING SCALE: SCHOOL-AGE

(1.5 units)

GEOGRAPHY

T

73628

5-5:50pm DE

73629

DE

73630

DE

73631

DE

NA-3

(8/20-10/15)

LEC

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

LEC

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

LEC

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

LEC

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

LEC

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS COMPUTER SCIENCE ICSCI 130 LINUX FUNDAMENTALS 72346

MW MW

5-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

MD-231 MD-231

ICSCI 132 LINUX SHELL SCRIPTING 73744

MW MW

5-6:50pm 7-9:50pm

MD-231 MD-231

DE DE DE DE DE DE

73354 73451

INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET INTERNET

(8/19-10/14) (8/19-10/14)

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

(10/21-12/16) (10/21-12/16)

LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

(8/19-10/15) (8/19-10/15) (10/17-12/16) (10/17-12/16) (10/17-12/16) (10/17-12/16)

LEC LAB LEC LAB LEC LAB

ICSNT 160 CISCO NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS (3.0 units) MW

6-8:20pm DE

MD-219 (8/19-10/14) INTERNET (8/19-10/14)

LEC LAB

ICSNT 161 CISCO ROUTER CONFIGURATION

(3.0 units)

ICSNT 221 WINDOWS INFRASTRUCTURE CONFIG

(3.0 units)

72307

72609

MW

TTh TTh

6-8:20pm DE

5:30-7:50pm 8-9:50pm

MD-219 (10/21-12/16) INTERNET (10/21-12/16) MD-220 MD-220

(8/20-10/15) (8/20-10/15)

ICSNT 222 PLAN/MANAGE WIN APP PLATFORM 72712

TTh TTh

5:30-7:50pm 8-9:50pm

MD-220 MD-220

LEC LAB LEC LAB

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/12) (10/17-12/12)

LEC LAB

COUNSELING 71632 70977 73674 70976

F F F

DE 9:30-11:20am 11:30-1:20pm 12-1:50pm

ICOUN 110 COLLEGE SUCCESS 71295

DE

INTERNET HS-203 HS-205 HS-203

71104 71165 73678

DE DE DE

ICOUN 165 CAREER SEARCH 71166

DE

ICOUN 170 MAJOR SEARCH 71167 73681

F

DE 10-11:50am

(1.0 unit)

6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

LL-101

MD-315 MD-303

F

6-7:50pm

NS-127

(2.0 units)

(10/17-12/12)

LEC

(8/20-10/15)

LEC

(10/17-12/12)

(8/23-10/11)

IGC 100 GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS 72062 72061

MW

DE 11-1:50pm

LEC

(1.0 unit) LEC

(3.0 units)

IGC 102 HISTORY OF THE BOOK/PUBLISHING

(3.0 units)

IGC 115 GRAPHICS/MEDIA: MULTICULTURAL

(3.0 units)

72606

DE DE

73072

DE

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

LEC

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

LEC

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS IMAGING & PUBLISHING IGCIP 190 COPYRIGHT GRPHC DSGNR/WEB DEV 73040

DE

(1.0 unit)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

LEC

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS MULTIMEDIA & WEB IGCMW 115 WEB PAGE LAYOUT/WORDPRESS 72864

DE DE

(2.0 units)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16) INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

IGCMW 190 COPYRIGHT GRPHC DSGNR/WEB DEV 73041

DE

LEC LAB

(1.0 unit)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

LEC

KINESIOLOGY IKINE 190 THEORY OF SOFTBALL 71576

MW

10-11:50am

(2.0 units)

SBFLD

(10/21-12/16)

MD-229 NS-259

(8/19-10/14) (8/20-10/15)

LEC

MATHEMATICS IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA MW TTh

1-3:50pm 6:30-9:20pm

IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA

71873 71874

(3.0 units)

IMATH 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA

LEC LEC LEC

LEC

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

(3.0 units)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16) INTERNET (8/19-10/15) INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

LEC LEC

IGC 101 HISTORY/GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS

71858 71872 71859

LEC

(3.0 units)

INTERNET (8/19-10/15) MD-135 (10/21-12/16)

LEC LEC LEC LEC

(10/17-12/16) (8/23-10/11) (8/23-10/11) (10/18-12/13)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

ICOUN 115 CAREER/LIFE PLANNING

TTh

9-10:50am

IGEOG 143 INTRODUCTION TO CARTOGRAPHY

71922 71920

ICOUN 101 TRANSFER SUCCESS

TTh

72913

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS NETWORKING 72306

73649

TTh

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 72704

70809

73633

(3.0 units)

ICSIT 105 COMPUTER CONCEPTS/APPLICATIONS

71940

MW MW TTh

1-4:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

MD-229 NS-358 NS-259

IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

71443

MW MW MW

6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm 6-9:50pm

NS-358 NS-259 NS-259

(3.0 units)

LEC LEC

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16) (8/19-10/14) (10/17-12/12)

LEC LEC LEC

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16) (8/19-10/14)

LEC LEC

(4.0 units)

(10/21-12/16)

LEC

MULTICULTURAL STUDIES

(1.0 unit)

IMCS 100 INTRO TO MULTICULTURAL STUDIES

(3.0 units)

(1.0 unit)

IMCS 115 GRAPHICS/MEDIA: MULTICULTURAL

(3.0 units)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16) HS-206 (10/18-12/13)

LEC

LEC LEC

ESCONDIDO CENTER

73627

SITES

ICHDV 99 PREP FOR CHILD DEV MAJORS

CLASS# DAY

GENERAL INFO

DATES

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

LOC

NONCREDIT

TIME

70953 73073

DE DE

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

www.palomar.edu

LEC

LEC

109

GENERAL INFO

CLASS# DAY

CREDIT CLASSES

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GENERAL INFO

IMCS 124 ISLAMIC CULTURES & TRADITIONS 71258

DE

LEC/LAB

(3.0 units)

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

LEC

MUSIC IMUS 100 MUSIC APPRECIATION

(3.0 units)

IMUS 102 INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ

(3.0 units)

71289

DE

71259

DE

INTERNET (10/17-12/16) INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

CREDIT CLASSES

IMUS 103 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC 71252

MW

12-2:50pm

D-3

LEC

LEC

(3.0 units)

(10/17-12/16)

LEC

OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS IOIS 86 ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD APPS 73320

DE

(2.0 units)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

IOIS 115 FILING AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT

ESCONDIDO CENTER

72196

DE DE

INTERNET (8/19-10/15) INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

LEC

(1.0 unit)

LEC LAB

PHILOSOPHY IPHIL 100 THEORY-ETHICAL/POLITICL VALUES 71400 71327 71666

DE DE DE

INTERNET (8/19-10/15) INTERNET (10/17-12/16) INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

IPHIL 101 THEORY-KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY 71278 71322

DE DE

(3.0 units)

LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

INTERNET (8/19-10/15) INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

LEC LEC

SITES

READING IREAD 10 SPELLING 71794

T

12:30-2:20pm

IREAD 11 SPELLING II 71775

T

12:30-2:20pm

(1.0 unit)

RC-3

(8/20-10/15)

LEC

RC-3

(10/22-12/10)

(1.0 unit) LEC

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

REAL ESTATE IRE 100 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES

(3.0 units)

IRE 115 REAL ESTATE PRACTICE

(3.0 units)

72323

DE

72501

DE

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

INTERNET (10/17-12/16)

LEC

LEC

RELIGIOUS STUDIES IRS 124 ISLAMIC CULTURES & TRADITIONS 71264

DE

(3.0 units)

INTERNET (8/19-10/15)

LEC

SPANISH ISPAN 101A SPANISH IA 71626

W

71219

W

8-10:50am TBA 3-5:50pm

ISPAN 101B SPANISH IB

NONCREDIT

71627

W

71243

W

8-10:50am TBA 3-5:50pm

ISPAN 102 SPANISH II 70584

TTh

11-1:20pm TBA TBA

ISPAN 201 SPANISH III 70590

TTh

11-1:20pm TBA TBA

F-7 (8/21-10/9) INTERNET HS-205 (8/21-10/2)

(3.0 units)

LEC LEC LEC

(3.0 units)

F-7 (10/23-12/11) INTERNET HS-205 (10/23-12/4)

LEC LEC LEC

(5.0 units)

F-10 (8/20-10/15) INTERNET F-1 (8/20-10/15)

LEC LEC LAB

(5.0 units)

F-10 (10/17-12/12) INTERNET F-1 (10/17-12/12)

LEC LEC LAB

GENERAL INFO

SPEECH ISPCH 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION 70612 70616

110

MWF MWF

7-8:50am 7-8:50am

MD-222 MD-222

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

(3.0 units)

(8/19-10/14) (10/18-12/16)

LEC LEC

CLASS# DAY 70631 70624

MW TTh

TIME 6-8:50pm 6-8:50pm

LOC

DATES

LEC/LAB

BES-1 HS-206

(8/19-10/14) (10/17-12/12)

LEC LEC

WEEKEND COLLEGE ANTHROPOLOGY IANTH 120 ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION (3.0 units) IANTH 205 ADV ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATION (3.0 units)

ART IART 225 ACRYLIC PAINTING I IART 226 ACRYLIC PAINTING II

(3.0 units)

IART 235 WATERCOLOR PAINTING I IART 236 WATERCOLOR PAINTING II

(3.0 units)

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY IAT 100 AUTO MAINTENANCE/MINOR REPAIR IAT 150 CHASSIS RESTORATION/ASSEMBLY

(3.0 units) (3.0 units)

AVIATION SCIENCES IAVIA 145 GLASS COCKPITS/GPS NAVIGATION

(1.0 unit)

CABINET & FURNITURE TECHNOLOGY ICFT 177 LATHE II - INTER TURNING ICFT 178 LATHE III - ADVANCED TURNING ICFT 187 INTRODUCTION TO CARVING ICFT 188 INTERMEDIATE CARVING

(2.0 units) (2.0 units) (2.0 units) (2.0 units)

CHEMISTRY ICHEM 10 CHEMISTRY CALCULATIONS

(1.0 unit)

CHILD DEVELOPMENT ICHDV 99 PREP FOR CHILD DEV MAJORS ICHDV 108 APPROPRIATE PRACTICES

(0.5 units)

ICHDV 142 USING SIGN IN EARLY CHILDHOOD ICHDV 144 EFFECTS OF MEDIA ON CHILDREN

(0.5 units)

ICHDV 174 POLICY,POLITICS,ETHICS IN CHDV

(1.0 unit)

(1.0 unit) (0.5 units)

COMMUNICATIONS ICOMM 144 EFFECTS OF MEDIA ON CHILDREN

(0.5 units)

COMP SCI & INFO SYSTEMS NETWORKING ICSNT 180 WIRELESS NETWORKING

(3.0 units)

DANCE IDNCE 135 BALLROOM DANCE I IDNCE 136 BALLROOM DANCE II

(1.0 unit) (1.0 unit)

EMERGENCY MEDICAL EDUCATION IEME 106 EMT (LECTURE) IEME 116 EMT REFRESHER COURSE

(6.0 units) (1.5 units)


Learning for Success

Refer to the “Credit Classes” section for details UNITS

(4.0 units) (4.0 units)

(3.0 units) (4.0 units) (4.0 units)

(1.0 unit)

IBMGT 101 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT IBMGT 105 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT IBUS 117 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS IBUS 176 EXCEL INTERMEDIATE ICE 100 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION ICFT 122 CABINETMAKING CONSTRUCTION LAB ICHDV 108 APPROPRIATE PRACTICES ICHDV 142 USING SIGN IN EARLY CHILDHOOD ICOUN 165 CAREER SEARCH IEME 116 EMT REFRESHER COURSE IEME 175 PARAMEDIC PREPARATION (LEC)

October IAIS 100 INTRO AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES IAIS 102 INDIAN/U.S. POLITICAL SYSTEM IAIS 145 AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE

SITES

(3.0 units)

IAIS 150 AMER IND PHILOSOPHY/RELIGION (3.0 units)

IAJ 103 COMMUNITY RELATIONS IART 100 INTRODUCTION TO ART IAVIA 145 GLASS COCKPITS/GPS NAVIGATION IBUS 110 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

IAIS 125 AMERICAN INDIANS TODAY

ISPCH 160 PRACTICAL PUBLIC SPEAKING

IBUS 165 KEYBOARDING IBUS 170 WORD FOR BUSINESS - BASIC (0.0 units)

IBUS 173 CONTEMPORARY JOB SEARCH TECH IBUS 180 ACCESS BASIC IBUS 185 POWERPOINT FOR BUSINESS

(0.0 units) (0.0 units)

IBUS 187 PROJECT FOR BUSINESS IBUS 188 VOICE RECOGNITION IBUS 189 BEYOND OUTLOOK ESSENTIALS IBUS 205 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION ICHDV 99 PREP FOR CHILD DEV MAJORS ICHDV 144 EFFECTS OF MEDIA ON CHILDREN ICHDV 174 POLICY,POLITICS,ETHICS IN CHDV ICINE 100 ART OF THE CINEMA ICOMM 144 EFFECTS OF MEDIA ON CHILDREN

NONCREDIT

September

ISPCH 150 DEBATE RESEARCH

IAIS 110 HISTORY OF THE PLAINS INDIAN

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

LATE START

ISPCH 145 MGMT OF SPEECH ACTIVITIES

IACS 110 INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL

CITIZENSHIP

IN ESL 372 BASIC ESL SKILLS IN ESL 383 COMPUTER LITERACY FOR ESL

ISPCH 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(3.0 units)

NONCREDIT IN CTZN 400 CITIZENSHIP

IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA IREC 110 COMMUNITY RECREATION

UPHOLSTERY IUP 90 AUTOMOTIVE UPHOLSTERY

CREDIT CLASSES

IMATH 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA

SPEECH ISPCH 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION

IKINE 130 INDIVIDUAL FITNESS EXERCISE

(3.0 units)

OCEANOGRAPHY IOCN 100L OCEANOGRAPHY LAB

IEME 211 CLINICAL INTEGRATION I

ILT 125 INFORMATION LITERACY

MATHEMATICS IMATH 15 PREALGEBRA IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

IEME 207L PARAMEDIC MEDICAL SKILLS (LAB)

(1.0 units)

HUMANITIES IHUM 100 INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I

IEME 207 PARAMEDIC MEDICAL TRNG (LEC)

IKINE 182 ADAPTIVE WEIGHT TRAINING

HISTORY IHIST 101 U.S. THRU RECONSTRUCTION

GENERAL INFO

(4.0 units)

GEOGRAPHY IGEOG 143 INTRODUCTION TO CARTOGRAPHY

UNITS

IEME 175L PARAMEDIC PREP SKILLS (LAB)

ENGLISH IENG 10 ENGLISH ESSENTIALS IENG 50 INTRODUCTORY COMPOSITION IENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

COURSE

ICOUN 101 TRANSFER SUCCESS ICOUN 110 COLLEGE SUCCESS ICOUN 115 CAREER/LIFE PLANNING ICOUN 165 CAREER SEARCH ICOUN 170 MAJOR SEARCH ICSCI 132 LINUX SHELL SCRIPTING ICSIT 105 COMPUTER CONCEPTS/APPLICATIONS

GENERAL INFO

COURSE

ICSNT 161 CISCO ROUTER CONFIGURATION ICSNT 222 PLAN/MANAGE WIN APP PLATFORM IDR 42 VOICE RECOGNITION/DISABILITIES

www.palomar.edu

111


Refer to the “Credit Classes” section for details

PALOMAR COLLEGE COURSE

UNITS

GENERAL INFO

October IECON 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS(MICRO) IEME 175 PARAMEDIC PREPARATION (LEC) IEME 175L PARAMEDIC PREP SKILLS (LAB) IENG 50 INTRODUCTORY COMPOSITION IENG 100 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

CREDIT CLASSES

IENG 202 CRITICAL THINKING/COMPOSITION IGC 100 GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS IGC 101 HISTORY/GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS

COURSE

UNITS

NONCREDIT October IN ESL 322 BEGINNING CONVERSATION

SELF-PACED OPEN-ENTRY/ OPEN-EXIT CLASSES

ESCONDIDO CENTER

IGCIP 190 COPYRIGHT GRPHC DSGNR/WEB DEV

The following courses may be offered as Self-Paced Open-Entry/Open-Exit classes. For details, see the Credit Classes section of each semester’s Class Schedule or use the Searchable On-line Schedule. The courses listed below may not be offered every semester.

IGCMW 115 WEB PAGE LAYOUT/WORDPRESS

Course #

Course Name

COUN 45 COUN 48 COUN 165 COUN 170 KINE 128A KINE 128B KINE 128C KINE 128D KINE 204 KINE 205 READ 30 TA 197D

Basic Study Skills Overcoming Test Anxiety Career Search Major Search Wellness Modalities-Cardio Wellness Modalities-Muscular Wellness Modalities-Functional Wellness Modalities-Periodization Off Season Sports Conditioning In Season Sports Conditioning Fundamental Reading Skills Stage Crew Workshop

IGC 115 GRAPHICS/MEDIA: MULTICULTURAL

IGCMW 190 COPYRIGHT GRPHC DSGNR/WEB DEV IHIST 101 U.S. THRU RECONSTRUCTION IHIST 102 U.S. SINCE RECONSTRUCTION IKINE 190 THEORY OF SOFTBALL IMATH 50 BEGINNING ALGEBRA IMATH 60 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA IMATH 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA IMATH 115 TRIGONOMETRY

SITES

IMATH 120 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS IMCS 115 GRAPHICS/MEDIA: MULTICULTURAL IMUS 100 MUSIC APPRECIATION

For Business and Office Information Systems classes, additional information is available at http://www.palomar.edu/business/entry.htm

IMUS 103 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

IOIS 86 ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD APPS IPHIL 100 THEORY-ETHICAL/POLITICL VALUES

Palomar College Catalog

IPHIL 101 THEORY-KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY

Students are encouraged to purchase a Palomar College catalog for $8.00 in the bookstore and refer to it when making their academic plan and selecting their classes. If you would like one sent to you by first class mail, please complete this form and send it with $13.50 (within U.S.) to the Palomar College Bookstore, 1140 W. Mission Road, San Marcos, CA 92069-1487. Please make check payable to “Palomar College Bookstore.” Allow one to two weeks for delivery. Please write for outside U.S. rates.

IPOSC 120 CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT IRE 115 REAL ESTATE PRACTICE IREAD 11 SPELLING II ISPAN 101B SPANISH IB ISPAN 201 SPANISH III ISPCH 100 ORAL COMMUNICATION ITA 184 CREATIVE THEATRE ENSEMBLE ITA 191A REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE I ITA 191B REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE II ITA 191C REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE III ITA 191D REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE IV ITA 192A TECHNICAL THEATRE PRACTICUM I

NONCREDIT

ITA 192B TECHNICAL THEATRE PRACTICUM II

November IBUS 177 EXCEL ADVANCED ICOUN 165 CAREER SEARCH IEME 208 PARAMEDIC TRAUMA TRNG (LEC) IEME 208L TRAUMA SKILLS (LABORATORY)

GENERAL INFO

INURS 218 NURSING IV IPOSC 120 CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT

112

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

Name ___________________________________________ Address _________________________________________ City ____________________________________________ State _______________________ Zip_________________


Learning for Success CLASS#

DAY

TIME

LOC

INSTRUCTOR

LEC/LAB

GENERAL INFO

LEC/LAB

Noncredit

Below are the noncredit classes offered at no cost to the student. Health and parking fees will be charged for classes held on the San Marcos campus. 73192

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION

For information, contact the English as a Second Language (ESL) Department. San Marcos (main campus) office: 760 744-1150, ext. 2272 located in room A-17. Escondido campus office: 760 744-1150, ext. 8114 located in room ESC-203.

IN ABED 201 LITERACY/ADULT BASIC ED I

(0.0 units)

MTWTh

8-10:50am

LES

RUIZ L

LEC

73193

MTWTh

73195

MTWTh

73196

MTWTh

6-8:50pm

FIREBIRD

MENESES G

LEC

(Class Number 73151 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm MMS MENESES A

LEC

Class Number 73152 meets at Mission Middle School 73203

MTWTh

(Class Number 73152 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm PALAM ACOSTA M

MTWTh

(Class Number 73203 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm FELIC LEMUS S

LEC

Class Number 73203 meets at Pala Mission 73155

LEC

Class Number 73155 meets at Felicita Elementary School 73156

MTWTh

(Class Number 73155 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm MMS CONDE J

MTWTh

(Class Number 73156 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm ST FRANCIS RODRIGUEZ V

LEC

Class Number 73156 meets at Mission Middle School 73153

LEC

Class Number 73153 meets at St. Francis Catholic Church 73154

MTWTh

(Class Number 73153 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm RHS SNYDER M

LEC

Class Number 73154 meets at Ramona High School 73158

MTWTh

(Class Number 73154 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm CBLST LUGO GARCIA M LEC

Class Number 73158 meets at Cobblestone Village Apartments 73157

MTWTh

(Class Number 73158 meets 8/19-12/10) 6:30-9:20pm PASEO ANDERSON G

LEC

Class Number 73157 meets at Paseo del Oro Apartments (Class Number 73157 meets 8/19-12/10)

IN ABED 202 LITERACY/ADULT BASIC ED II

(0.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73741

TBA

E-2

TOWFIQ F

For use of the Mathematics Center, please bring your Palomar PIC card.

LEC

(Class Number 73741 meets 8/19-12/16) MTWTh

8-10:50am

LES

RUIZ L

LEC

(Class Number 73188 meets 8/19-12/10)

MTWTh

(Class Number 73196 meets 8/19-12/10) 6:30-9:20pm PASEO ANDERSON G

73194

6-8:50pm

FIREBIRD

MENESES G

LEC

Class Number 73189 meets at Firebird Manor Apts 73190

MTWTh

(Class Number 73189 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm MMS MENESES A

MTWTh

(Class Number 73190 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm PALAM ACOSTA M

LEC

Class Number 73190 meets at Mission Middle School 73204

LEC

Class Number 73204 meets at Pala Mission 73191

MTWTh

(Class Number 73204 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm FELIC LEMUS S

LEC

Class Number 73191 meets at Felicita Elementary School (Class Number 73191 meets 8/19-12/10)

LEC

Class Number 73194 meets at Paseo del Oro Apartments (Class Number 73194 meets 8/19-12/10)

BASIC EDUCATION IN BASC 202 SUPERVISED TUTORING

(0.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73228

TBA LL-105 BARNABA R (Class Number 73228 meets 8/19-12/16) TBA E-2 TOWFIQ F

73231

LAB

For use of the Mathematics Center, please bring your Palomar PIC card.

LAB

(Class Number 73231 meets 8/19-12/16)

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN CTED 605 BASIC TUTORING TRAINING

(0.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73225

Math Lab

73224

T

TBA

E-2

TOWFIQ F

(Class Number 73225 meets 8/19-12/16) 1-1:50pm LL-112 BARNABA R (Class Number 73224 meets 8/20-12/10)

LAB

LAB

CITIZENSHIP

For information, contact the English as a Second Language (ESL) Department. San Marcos (main campus) office: 760 744-1150, ext. 2272 located in room A-17. Escondido campus office: 760 744-1150, ext. 8114 located in room ESC-203.

IN CTZN 400 CITIZENSHIP

(0.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day S

9-11:50am A-11 THIELE D (Class Number 73226 meets 8/24-12/14)

LEC

DISABILITY EDUCATION IN DSAB 501 INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS

SITES/Evening MTWTh

LEC

Class Number 73196 meets at Cobblestone Village Apartments

73226

Class Number 73188 meets at Lincoln Elementary School

73189

(Class Number 73193 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm RHS SNYDER M

(Class Number 73195 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm CBLST LUGO GARCIA M LEC

SITES/Day 73188

LEC

MTWTh

Class Number 73151 meets at Firebird Manor Apts 73152

(Class Number 73192 meets 8/19-12/10) 6-8:50pm ST FRANCIS RODRIGUEZ V

Class Number 73193 meets at St. Francis Catholic Church

(Class Number 73159 meets 8/19-12/10)

SITES/Evening MTWTh

LEC

Class Number 73195 meets at Ramona High School Class Number 73159 meets at Lincoln Elementary School

73151

CONDE J

SITES

MTWTh

MMS

Class Number 73192 meets at Mission Middle School

SITES/Day 73159

6-8:50pm

CREDIT CLASSES

INSTRUCTOR

(0.0 units)

ESCONDIDO/Day 73220

MW MW

8:45-10:05am ESC-102 10:15-11:35am ESC-206

RICKS P

LAB LAB

Living skills for the developmentally disabled. Students MUST register through the Disability Resource Center at 760 744-1150, ext. 2375. Class Number 73220 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73223

F F

ESCONDIDO CENTER

LOC

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

TIME

(Class Number 73220 meets 8/19-12/16) 8:45-12:35pm ESC-811 STILES D 1:15-3:05pm ESC-811

LAB LAB

This class is designed for students with acquired brain injury. Students MUST register through the Disability Resource Center at 760 744-1150, ext. 2375. Class Number 73223 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73223 meets 8/23-12/13)

www.palomar.edu

NONCREDIT

DAY

113

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#


PALOMAR COLLEGE

GENERAL INFO

CLASS#

DAY

73222

MW

TIME

LOC

12:45-5:05pm

INSTRUCTOR

ESC-811

LEC/LAB

STILES D

LAB

Designed for students with acquired brain injury. Students MUST register through the Disability Resource Center at 760 744-1150, ext. 2375. Class Number 73222 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73222 meets 8/19-12/16)

CLASS#

73178

DAY

MTWTh

T T

9-11:50am 1-3:50pm

CNTRB CNTRB

CREDIT CLASSES

Th Th

METTELKA J

LAB LAB

(Class Number 73219 meets 8/20-12/10) 9-11:50am CNTRB METTELKA J 1-3:50pm CNTRB

LAB LAB

Class designed for the visually impaired. Class Number 73221 meets at San Diego Center for the Blind (Class Number 73221 meets 8/22-12/12)

73177

ESCONDIDO CENTER

(0.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day

SITES

8:30-10:50am A-14 CROSS I (Class Number 73160 meets 8/19-12/10)

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening MTWTh

73164

MTWTh

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

7-9:20pm A-5 WEBSTER A (Class Number 73163 meets 8/19-12/11) 7-9:20pm A-11 DAVIS S (Class Number 73164 meets 8/19-12/11)

LEC

MTWTh

8:15-10:45am

ESC-604

73173

MTWTh

MURPHY J

73179

(Class Number 73161 meets 8/26-12/10) 7-9:30pm

ESC-604

BELL H

LEC

Class Number 73162 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73165

MTWTh

MTWTh

MTWTh

MW

MTWTh

73175

RHS

MTWTh

NONCREDIT

MTWTh

MTWTh

73181

MTWTh

LEC

(Class Number 73166 meets 8/19-12/10) 6:30-8:50pm FUHS CANTOW R

LEC

(0.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 8:30-10:50am A-11 BATESON A (Class Number 73170 meets 8/19-12/10)

LEC

GENERAL INFO

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73171

MTWTh

73172

MTWTh

114

4:30-6:50pm A-11 HIGHTOWER S (Class Number 73171 meets 8/19-12/10) 7-9:20pm SW-2 LOHR E (Class Number 73172 meets 8/19-12/11)

FALL 2013 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

RHS

VOORHES G

LEC

(Class Number 73169 meets 8/19-12/11) 6:30-8:50pm FUHS FATSEAS C

73184

MTWTh

73186

M TTh W

73187

MTW Th

73197

MT Th W

(Class Number 73174 meets 8/19-12/10) 6:30-8:50pm FUHS PONDER L

(0.0 units)

8:30-10:50am A-5 COOMBE K (Class Number 73181 meets 8/19-12/10) 4:30-6:50pm A-5 RICHEY T (Class Number 73184 meets 8/19-12/10) 7-9:20pm Q-4 TAMURA K 7-9:20pm O-12 7-9:20pm MD-229 (Class Number 73186 meets 8/19-12/11) 7-9:20pm O-11 STAFF K 7-9:20pm A-19 (Class Number 73187 meets 8/19-12/11) 7-9:20pm HS-208 COBBE D 7-9:20pm MD-235 7-9:20pm TCB-3 (Class Number 73197 meets 8/19-12/11)

MTWTh

8:15-10:45am

LEC

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

ESC-605

DEJONG D

LEC

Class Number 73180 meets at Palomar College Escondido MTW Th

(Class Number 73180 meets 8/26-12/10) 4:20-6:50pm ESC-601 OHNO J 4:20-6:50pm ESC-405

LEC LEC

Class Number 73734 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73734 meets 8/26-12/10)

ESCONDIDO/Evening 73182

MTTh W

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

ESC-207 ESC-405

CLARKE C

LEC LEC

Class Number 73182 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73185

MTWTh

(Class Number 73182 meets 8/26-12/11) 7-9:30pm ESC-104 LENHERT J

LEC

Class Number 73185 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73185 meets 8/26-12/11)

SITES/Evening 73176

MW

6-8:50pm

RHS

RAYMER J

LEC

Class Number 73176 meets at Ramona High School MTWTh

(Class Number 73176 meets 8/19-12/11) 6:30-8:50pm FUHS SAMUELS K

LEC

Class Number 73183 meets at Fallbrook Union High School (Class Number 73183 meets 8/19-12/10)

LEC

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day

73183 LEC

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening

STEENHAGEN O LEC

Class Number 73167 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

MTWTh

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Day

(Class Number 73167 meets 8/19-12/10)

73170

LEC

(Class Number 73175 meets 8/19-12/10)

73734

(Class Number 73168 meets 8/19-12/11) 6:30-8:50pm FUHS GODFREY M

IN ESL 302 BEGINNING ESL II

6-8:50pm

IN ESL 303 BEGINNING ESL III

Class Number 73166 meets at Fallbrook Union High School 73167

MIKAS H

(Class Number 73173 meets 8/26-12/11) 7-9:30pm ESC-606 CORTE C

LEC

Class Number 73168 meets at Ramona High School 73166

ESC-601

Class Number 73175 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

SITES/Evening 6-8:50pm

7-9:30pm

Class Number 73174 meets at Fallbrook Union High School

Class Number 73165 meets at Palomar College Escondido

MW

LEC

SITES/Evening

73180

(Class Number 73162 meets 8/26-12/11) 7-9:30pm ESC-602 CORTE G (Class Number 73165 meets 8/26-12/11)

73168

GONZALEZ J

(Class Number 73179 meets 8/26-12/11)

ESCONDIDO/Evening MTWTh

ESC-606

Class Number 73179 meets at Palomar College Escondido

LEC

Class Number 73161 meets at Palomar College Escondido

73162

8:15-10:45am

Class Number 73173 meets at Palomar College Escondido

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day 73161

LEC

(Class Number 73177 meets 8/26-12/10)

73174

IN ESL 301 BEGINNING ESL I

73163

7-9:20pm O-13 MCDERMOTT C (Class Number 73178 meets 8/19-12/11)

Class Number 73169 meets at Ramona High School

Students whose first language is not English are advised to participate in an English assessment process given by the English as a Second Language Department before enrolling in any English or ESL class. The assessment process for ESL classes takes place at the location where the class is offered. For information about assessment dates and times, students should contact the ESL Department office in San Marcos at 760 744-1150, ext. 2272; Escondido at 760 744-1150, ext. 8114; or Fallbrook at 760 7441150, ext. 7806.

MTWTh

LEC/LAB

ESCONDIDO/Evening

73169

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

73160

INSTRUCTOR

Class Number 73177 meets at Palomar College Escondido

Class designed for the visually impaired. Class Number 73219 meets at San Diego Center for the Blind 73221

LOC

ESCONDIDO/Day

SITES/Day 73219

TIME


Learning for Success

IN ESL 304 INTERMEDIATE ESL I

LEC/LAB

(0.0 units)

MTWTh

8:30-10:50am A-18 MADAN N (Class Number 73206 meets 8/19-12/10)

MTWTh

73205

M TWTh

73207

MTW Th

MTWTh

4:30-6:50pm A-18 MIHELSIC MCMURTRY T (Class Number 73208 meets 8/19-12/10) 7-9:20pm MD-229 THOMSON T 7-9:20pm A-18 (Class Number 73205 meets 8/19-12/11) 7-9:20pm MD-221 CHEN L 7-9:20pm MD-229 (Class Number 73207 meets 8/19-12/11)

LEC LEC LEC LEC LEC

8:15-10:45am

ESC-603

SOSA G

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

ESC-605 ESC-405

KNITTEL R

LEC LEC

Class Number 73200 meets at Palomar College Escondido MTW Th

(Class Number 73200 meets 8/26-12/11) 7-9:30pm ESC-603 RAMIREZ C 7-9:30pm ESC-405

LEC LEC

Class Number 73201 meets at Palomar College Escondido

SITES/Evening MTWTh

6:30-8:50pm

FUHS

STAFF

LEC

Class Number 73202 meets at Fallbrook Union High School (Class Number 73202 meets 8/19-12/10)

IN ESL 322 BEGINNING CONVERSATION

(0.0 units)

ESCONDIDO/Day 73240

MW

MW

THIELE D

LEC

(0.0 units)

73210

TTh

11-12:50pm A-19 HECHT M (Class Number 73210 meets 8/20-12/10)

LEC

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73212

MTWTh

6-6:50pm MD-229 CHEN L (Class Number 73212 meets 8/19-12/10)

LEC

ESCONDIDO/Day S

9-12:50pm

ESC-405

H-URIBE M

LEC

Class Number 73211 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73211 meets 8/31-12/14)

IN ESL 394 CAREER TRACK ESL

(0.0 units)

SAN MARCOS/Day 73213

W MTTh W

8:30-9:20am 8:30-10:50am 9:30-10:50am

A-19 A-19 A-19

FURCH M FURCH M

LEC LAB LAB

6:30-7:20pm 6:30-8:50pm 7:30-8:50pm 6:30-8:50pm

A-19 A-19 A-19 HS-207

LOPEZ M LOPEZ M

LEC LAB LAB LAB

4:20-5:25pm 4:20-6:50pm 5:35-6:50pm

ESC-207 ESC-405 ESC-207

PIZZORNO M PIZZORNO M

LEC LAB LAB

SAN MARCOS/Evening 73215

W MT W Th

ESCONDIDO/Day 73214

Th MTW Th

Class Number 73214 meets at Palomar College Escondido (Class Number 73214 meets 8/26-12/10)

10:55-1:00pm

ESC-603

SOSA G

LEC

Class Number 73240 meets at Palomar College Escondido 73241

SVA

SAN MARCOS/Day

(Class Number 73201 meets 8/26-12/11) 73202

6:30-9:20pm

LEC/LAB

Students registering in the LEC will automatically be enrolled in the LAB.

ESCONDIDO/Evening

73201

INSTRUCTOR

(Class Number 73239 meets 8/19-12/11)

LEC

(Class Number 73199 meets 8/26-12/10) MWTh T

LOC

Class Number 73239 meets at Sierra Vista Apartment Complex

73211

Class Number 73199 meets at Palomar College Escondido

73200

TIME

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HEALTH AND SAFETY EDUCATION

For updated schedule information on Noncredit Health and Safety Education classes, please visit www2.palomar.edu/occnocr, or call 760 744-1150, ext. 2284.

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Five Locations Near You

See page 140 for other off-campus addresses. Note: The hours listed below are subject to change.

1. Palomar College San Marcos Campus

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1140 W. Mission Road, San Marcos 92069 760 744-1150, ext. 2160 Hours: Monday - Thursday, 7:30 am to 7 pm; Friday, 7:30 am to 4 pm Directions: A. From I-5 or I-15, take Hwy. 78 to the Las Posas exit in San Marcos.Visitors to campus, take Las Posas north, turn right on Mission Road, and turn left at the Palomar College sign. Students going to class, take Las Posas north, turn right onto Aveninda Azul, and turn right into Parking Lot 12.

2. Palomar College Escondido Center

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1951 E.Valley Parkway, Escondido 92027 760 744-1150, ext. 8134 or 760 432-0624, Admissions 760 744-1150, ext. 8165, Administration Hours: Monday - Thursday, 7:30 am to 6 pm; Friday, 7:30 am to 2 pm Website: www.palomar.edu/escondido Directions: The Escondido Center is located in the college plaza on the corner of Midway and East Valley Parkway. A. From the west, proceed east on Route 78, which becomes Lincoln. Turn right (south) on Midway and proceed to Valley Parkway. B. From the north, proceed south on I-15 to El Norte Parkway. Proceed east on El Norte Parkway to Midway Drive. Turn right (south) on Midway and proceed to Valley Parkway. C. From the south, exit I-15 on Via Rancho Parkway and go east (right) on Via Rancho Parkway. Via Rancho becomes Bear Valley Parkway. Continue on Bear Valley Parkway until you get to Midway Drive. Turn left on Midway. The Escondido Center is on your left as you approach East Valley Parkway.

3. Palomar College at Camp Pendleton

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Bldg. 1331, Camp Pendleton 92055 760 725-6626 The classes on Camp Pendleton are held in a variety of locations on base. For classroom locations, please check with the Camp Pendleton office or the following web site: http://www.palomar.edu/camppendleton Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 am to 6:30 pm; Friday, 8 am to 2 pm

GENERAL INFO

Note: Instructors without RapidGate passes will not be allowed to enter the main gate off I-5. Call the Camp Pendleton office for more information. Students without authorized access to Camp Pendleton should call our office at 760 725-6626.

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Directions: A. From I-5, take Oceanside Harbor/Camp Pendleton exit to main gate. Proceed on Vandegrift Blvd. approximately 10 miles. Turn right at Rattlesnake Canyon turnoff (a short-cut). Continue up Rattlesnake Canyon. Turn right at stoplight to put you back on Vandegrift Blvd. Proceed on Vandegrift and turn right between base theatre and gas station. Proceed to B St. and turn left. When you come to the stop sign, you will be facing Bldg. 1331. B. From San Luis Rey Gate (rear gate), proceed on Vandegrift Blvd., turn left between gas station and base theatre. Proceed to B St., and turn left. When you come to the stop sign, you will be facing Bldg. 1331. C. From Fallbrook (Naval Weapons Gate), only those with a RapidGate pass or military I.D. will be allowed to enter. With appropriate pass, proceed through Naval Weapons on Ammunition Rd. to first stop sign. Turn left on Vandegrift Blvd. Proceed on Vandegrift and turn right between base theatre and gas station. Proceed to B St. and turn left. When you come to the stop sign, you will be facing Bldg. 1331.

4. Palomar College at Fallbrook

2400 S. Stage Coach Lane, Building 10, Room 10, Fallbrook 92028 760 723-1058 Hours: Monday - Thursday, 6 to 9 pm Directions: A. From Oceanside and Vista, take Mission Ave. (Hwy. 76) east toward Fallbrook. At River Village Shopping Center, turn left onto Mission Road. Proceed approximately five miles and turn right at Stage Coach Ln. Turn right into parking area. B. From Temecula or Rainbow, take I-15 south to the Mission Rd. exit. Turn right at first stop sign, and proceed on Mission Road staying to the right. When you reach the first stop light, turn left on to Stagecoach Lane. Proceed 4 miles to the high school. C. From Escondido, take I-15 north to the Highway #76/Pala/ Oceanside exit. Turn west on #76 and proceed approximately 6 miles. Turn right on Mission, which is the corner of River Village Shopping Center. Proceed approximately 5 miles and turn right at Stage Coach Ln. Turn right into front parking area. D. From Camp Pendleton, proceed through the Fallbrook Naval Ammunition Depot to second traffic light (Mission Rd.). Turn right on Mission Rd. and go approximately 1.5 miles to Stage Coach Ln. Turn left onto Stage Coach Ln. and then right into parking area.

5. Palomar College at Pauma

Pauma Reservation Road, Pauma Valley 92061 760 742-1121 Hours: Monday -Thursday, 10 am to 7 pm Directions: A. From Escondido, take I-15 north to Hwy. 76. Turn east on 76 and go approximately 12 miles. Turn left on Pauma Reservation Rd. Continue one mile to the Pauma Valley site on your right. B. From the coast, take Hwy. 76 east, cross I-15, and continue as above.


Enrollment Appointment

All class enrollments are processed online using Student Center. Don’t worry if you miss your online appointment, you may enroll anytime after your scheduled appointment. See the Admissions web page at www.palomar.edu/admissions/ for instructions. The automated system operating hours are: Monday through Saturday, 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call the Admissions Office at 760 744-1150, ext. 2164 if you have any questions or email admissions@palomar.edu.

Questions to Answer Before You Enroll

Do you plan to enroll in English and/or math classes? You must contact the Assessment Office in the Student Union at 760 744-1150, ext. 2383 or 2476 to verify your eligibility. Transcripts from other schools which have been sent to Palomar are not automatically processed for eligibility clearance.You must contact the Assessment Office to have your eligibility updated. Do you have approval for Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOGW)? You must confirm this with the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office before enrolling. Once the waiver is granted, it is valid for summer, fall and spring within the same school year. (You must re-apply each April). Apply online at www.palomar.edu/fa. Do you have a delinquent debt or a question about the 10-day payment deadline? Contact the Cashier’s Office at 760 744-1150, ext. 2114.

The Enrollment Priority System

Students will be assigned registration appointments on the basis of degree-applicable units completed at Palomar in the following priority scheme: Category 1. Disability Resource Center, EOP&S, TRIO/SSS Students, eligible veterans, and active duty military personnel who are a. Continuing students and/or, b. New, returning, and transfer students who submit an application and complete assessment and orientation prior to the deadline date. Appointments are assigned in the following order: A. Below 90 units (by descending unit order) B. 90 units and above (by ascending unit order) Category 2. New, returning, transfer, and continuing students who complete orientation and assessment in the immediate period of time prior to the deadline date. Appointments are assigned in the following order: A. Below 90 units (by descending unit order) B. 90 units and above (by ascending unit order) Category 3. Continuing students (students who are actively registered at census the prior semester or actively registered in a course as of the deadline date). Appointments are assigned in the following order: A. Below 90 units (by descending unit order) B. 90 units and above (by ascending unit order) Category 4. New, returning, or transfer students who are not in category 2. Appointments are assigned in the following order: A. Below 90 units (by descending unit order) B. 90 units and above (by ascending unit order) Category 5. Non-high school graduates age 15 to 18

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Once your application is processed, you will be issued a unique Palomar User ID number. To enroll, you will use your User ID number and a password. Your password can be up to 15 characters long. Note: If you forget your Palomar User ID and or password, click on the link, “Forgot my Student ID or Password”, located to the right of the ID input box on the eServices sign in page. Follow the online instructions to retrieve your ID and set a new password. For your added protection, you will now be asked to choose a challenge question and provide a response. If you forget the response, call Admissions at 760 744-1150, ext. 2164 or visit Admissions to have your challenge question reset.

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User ID and Password

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

Palomar College has a fully automated registration system. Students may apply and enroll online. To be eligible to enroll, students must have a current application on file. Returning students who have missed one semester must re-apply in order to receive an enrollment appointment. Continuing students who were enrolled in spring or summer, new students, and returning students who submit an application for fall by June 16 will receive a priority online enrollment appointment. After June 16, apply online to receive a late enrollment appointment or access to the system for the open enrollment period that follows.

Recent updates to Title 5 regulations have changed the number of allowable course repeats (T5, 55040-55046). Effective January 1, 2013, the maximum number of enrollments, including withdrawals (W’s), for regular courses will be limited to three. All enrollments, including W grades, prior to January 2013 will be included in the count. A student who receives a satisfactory grade (A, B, C, P, CR) in a credit course cannot enroll again in that course except in very limited circumstances. A student who receives an unsatisfactory grade (D, F, FW, NP, NC) or withdrawal (W) on the initial enrollment is permitted to enroll again in the course. Students are limited to the original enrollment plus two more enrollments, when repeating unsatisfactory grades or withdrawals. Only three types of courses are repeatable: • Where repetition is necessary to meet the major requirements of CSU or UC for completion of a bachelor’s degree • Intercollegiate athletic courses (includes related conditioning courses) • Intercollegiate academic or vocational competition Please consult the college catalog for more specific information on the repetition of courses.

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Qualifying for Enrollment

Repeating a Course

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Enrollment (Registration)

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Add/Drop Timetable

Visit Student Center at www.palomar.edu. Click on eServices and login. For specific class deadline dates, go online to Student Center. Click on the deadline icon next to each of your classes in your schedule. Full Semester

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To add courses to your schedule, use the Add/Drop Classes link from Student Center. You must obtain a permission number from the faculty member after the first week or if you are waitlisted or if the class is closed.

DROPPING A COURSE

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To drop a class, select the Add/Drop Classes link in Student Center. All students are expected to attend classes. Failure to attend class can result in an “F” or “FW” grade, unless the student processes a drop before the W deadline.

PASS/NO PASS

Complete the P/NP grading form and return it to the Admissions Office within the first 30 percent of the course. No faculty signature needed. However, students are advised that four-year schools may limit the number of P units acceptable for transfer. Major preparatory classes should never be taken on a P/NP basis. ENG 100, 202 and 203 may not be taken as P/NP. In most cases, courses numbered below 100 are ideally suited for the P/NP option. Please see a counselor to find out how this option may affect your educational goals. The change of grading status is not reversible.

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AUDITING A COURSE

GENERAL INFO

Complete an application for audit, obtain signatures of the faculty member, department chair, and Dean, and return form to the Admissions Office or an Education Center. Audit enrollments are not allowed before the first class meeting. Students who enroll for credit have priority over auditors, and not all classes are available for auditing. If changing from credit to audit status after the refund deadline, no enrollment fees will be refunded and the $15 per unit audit fee will be charged in addition to the enrollment fees. The change from credit to audit status is not reversible. There is no deadline for original registration under audit status.

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WAITLISTS

Before the beginning of the semester, if a class is closed, you may place your name on a waitlist (if available). If a seat becomes available, you will automatically be added and your student account will be charged with the enrollment fees. Please check your schedule online to confirm your status. See the last day to waitlist in the chart above.

PERMISSION NUMBERS

• Are numbers that are assigned to students by faculty to authorize enrollment in a class that is closed. • Are different from class numbers. • EXPIRE after the above add deadline dates DO NOT DELAY in adding your class with your permission number. After the add deadline, you will not be allowed to add a semester-length class.

GRADES & SCHEDULES

Summer 2013 grades will be available beginning Sept 3, 2013. You may access your semester grades and student schedules online using Student eServices at www.palomar.edu.You may use a computer in the Admissions lobby, Career Center, or Library to access the Palomar College home page. Look for the eServices link. To request a transcript, go to www.palomar.edu/admissions/transcript.htm ENROLLMENT HOURS - eServices Online Monday – Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. ADMISSIONS HOURS (SAN MARCOS CAMPUS) Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. to noon. (hours subject to change without notice)


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$46 per unit - Enrollment fee for all students. This fee is subject to change. If the enrollment fee is increased by state law after registation has begun, you will be required to pay the increase for all classes on your schedule at that time.

Student Center Fee

A student center fee will be assessed to each student attending classes at the San Marcos campus in the amount of $1 per credit unit, not to exceed $10 per academic year (Summer through Spring). No refunds or waivers will be made after Sept 1. Funds generated from this fee will be used to finance, construct, enlarge, remodel, refurbish and operate a Student Center, also known as a Student Union. Students who are recipients of benefits under the CalWORKS (known as TANF), SSI, SSP and the General Assistance Program are exempt from this fee. Note: This is determined by the student’s eligibility for a BOGW “A” enrollment fee waiver. All other BOGW status students are required to pay the Student Center Fee

Student Representation Fee

A $1 fee per semester is collected to provide funds to support student leaders who state positions and viewpoints before city, county and district governments, and before state and federal agencies and offices. All students should purchase a Palomar Student Activity Card each semester. This card will serve as a picture identification card and is imprinted with your student identification number which is required for all transactions with Palomar (registrations, payments, lab usage, etc.) Revenue from sales of the Activity Card is used to provide entertainment, extra and co-curricular events, intercultural celebrations, purchase equipment and supplies and to provide support for a wide range of student activities on campus. There are many benefits of the Activity Card including discounts at the college bookstore, periodic free food and beverages from

the Office of Student Affairs the campus café, free and discounted special events on campus (BBQ’s athletic and performing arts events), discounted NCTD bus passes, access to the Student Union Computer Lab (SU-28), two for one discounts and free offerings from local merchants, free lock and locker usage on campus, free scantrons and photocopying, and much more. The benefits are listed on the Student Affairs web page. The Student Activity Card is $15 per semester. The fee is payable in the online student center or the Cashier’s Office. After fee has been paid visit the Student Activities Office, SU-202, to have your picture taken and pick up your card. This fee is nonrefundable.

Student Health Fee (AP 5030)

A state-mandated student health fee is charged for operation of the Health Centers as authorized in Education Code 76355. A semester fee of $19 will be charged to all part-time and full-time students enrolled in credit and non-credit classes offered through Palomar College, except the following: • Students taking only apprenticeship classes • Students who depend exclusively on prayer for healing in accordance with the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination or organization • Dependent children and surviving spouses of members of the California National Guard who are killed or permanently disabled in active service • Active-duty military students taking classes only at Camp Pendleton • Students in Community Development Seminars • Worksite Education training for company employees only • Non-credit classes at sites other than the San Marcos campus and the Escondido Center The Health Fee is to be paid at the time of registration. Students enrolled at other Education Centers have the option to pay a health fee through the Cashier’s Office and receive Health Services at the San Marcos campus or the Escondido Center. www.palomar.edu

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$15 per unit

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$1 per term $15 per term $40 per term

Student Enrollment Fee*

Palomar Student Activity Card

Other Fees Int’l Students $46 per unit* $190 per unit $4 per unit $19 $1 per unit

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$19 $1 per unit

Mandatory Fees Non-Resident Students $46 per unit* $190 per unit $4 per unit $19 $1 per unit

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Enrollment Fee Non-Residential Tuition Capital Outlay Fee Health Center Fee Student Center Fee Student Rep Fee Student Activity Card Parking Permit Audit Fee Additional I-20 Forms Transcript/Verifications See Below Non-sufficient Funds Fee Delinquent Debt Collection See Below

In-State Students $46 per unit*

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Tuition and Fees Schedule

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Non-Resident Tuition Fee (per semester unit)

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(in addition to enrollment fee) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $190 If you have a question about your residency status, please see the residency requirements in the College catalog, visit our website at www.palomar.edu/admissions or contact Admissions at 760 744-1150 ext. 2164. Non-California resident financial aid students may request a deferment on a portion of their non-resident tuition. For more information contact the Financial Aid,Veterans & Scholarships office.

Capital Outlay Fee

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Students who are both citizens and residents of a foreign country, and non-resident students will be required to pay a Capital Outlay fee in addition to the non-resident fee. (Ed. Code 76141) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4/unit

International/Foreign Student Fees per unit

Enrollment Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $46 Non Resident Tuition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $190 Capital outlay fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4

Additional I-20 Forms

(foreign students) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2

SITES

Auditing Fee

DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

$15 per unit (See add/drop timetable on previous page). If a student changes from credit to audit status after the refund/ waiver deadline of September 1, enrollment fees will not be refunded and the $15 per unit audit fee will be charged in addition to the enrollment fee.

Parking Permits

Automobiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40 BOGW “A”, “B”, “C” students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20 Motorcycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..$20

BOGW “A” students receiving TANF, SSI/SSP or General Assistance and BOGW “B” students who met the income limit and BOGW “C” students (completed the FAFSA) are eligible for a reduced parking permit charge. Only one discounted permit is allowed per semester. Note: If a regular permit is purchased and the student becomes BOGW eligible at a later date, there will be no refund issued.

Fee Payment and Drop Procedures

NONCREDIT GENERAL INFO

Students are responsible for paying all mandatory fees. Students who enroll in Fall 2013 classes and do not pay fees will be automatically dropped from those classes within 10 days. However, all class fees are due by Tuesday, Aug 13 regardless of when your class was added. Final drop for non-payment will follow. After the final drop date, there will be no automatic drops and it will be the student’s responsibility to drop classes by the Sept 1 refund deadline. Failure to make payments of any amounts owed to the College when they become due, is considered sufficient cause to withhold future enrollment, grades, transcripts, diplomas, certificates and/or degrees or any other College service.

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Other Fees

Transcript and/or Verification of Past Enrollment Regular Service (7-10 business days) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5/ea* (The first two regular service fees are waived) Rush Service (48 hours) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5/ea* (Fee for rush service in addition to regular fee) Online Request – www.palomar.edu/transcripts . . . . . . $13/ea* (Online fee and rush fee can not be waived) Verification of Current Enrollment Regular Service (7-10 business days) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5/ea Rush Service (48 hours) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5/ea (Fee for rush service in addition to regular fee.) Online Request: www.studentclearinghouse.org . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $4-$6/ea Nonsufficient Funds Fee A $20 fee will be charged for all returned checks. Delinquent Debt Collection Fee Each student is responsible for paying all fees by the due date. If a student’s account is sent to a collection agency, a 30% penalty is added to the balance owed to the College. Accounts placed for collection shall be listed on credit bureaus at the discretion of the collection agency. If an account is sent to the Chancellor’s Office Tax Offset Program, a 33 percent penalty charge will be added to the balance owed. *Fees are subject to change without further notice

Additional Expenses

In addition to any noted class-specific material fees, students should anticipate miscellaneous expenses for class assignments that could range from $10 to $100 per class for notebooks, scantrons, blue books, writing materials, etc. Students may see faculty member for details.

How to Make a Payment

Palomar College accepts payment by check, money order,VISA, MasterCard, Discover and AMEX. Checks are limited to the amount of total fees and are made payable to Palomar College. Payments are accepted only at San Marcos location. Cash payments are made at your own risk. Students may pay fees online in eServices using VISA, Mastercard, AMEX or Discover.

Fee Waivers

Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOGW)

The Board of Governors Enrollment Fee Waiver (BOGW) will waive the enrollment fee for California resident students. Complete the online BOGW application in your eServices Student Center. Go to www.palomar.edu and click on eServices. Sign in and click on “Apply for BOGW fee waiver” in the My Finances and Financial Aid section. You can also verify your eligibility by clicking on View Financial Aid or call 760-744-1150 ext. 2366 or 8116.


• Enrollment Fee • Non Resident Tuition • Health Fee • Student Center Fee • Parking Permit • Student Rep Fee • Student Activity Card

Deadline

Form

Refund/Waiver Deadline

No form needed – refunds are automatic. Please note: It will take two to four week after the deadline date for your credit/ debit card to be credited or check to be issued, if you paid by check or cash.

Sept 1, 2013 After Refund/Waiver Deadline

Petition for Refund/Waiver – Student Center link. Print form and submit with documentation of extenuating circumstance (required).

Refund/Waiver Deadline

Sept 1, 2013

Parking Permit Refund App – Student Center link Print form and submit with permit and receipt attached.

After Refund/Waiver Deadline

Student Rep Fee Waiver – Student Center link

Refund/Waiver Deadline – if card is not produced.

Nonrefundable

SITES

• Enrollment Fee • Non Resident Tuition • Health Fee • Student Center Fee • Student Rep Fee

A student may, for religious, political, financial and or moral reasons choose not to pay the Student Representation Fee noted in this section. Students must submit a request for waiver of this fee, in writing, before the Refund/Waiver Deadline. See the online Student Rep Fee Waiver Request form in the eServices Student Center.

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Fee Refund Process Fee

Student Representative Fee Waiver

Sept 1, 2013 • Auditing Fee

Nonrefundable

Nonrefundable

• Open Entry/Open Exit Classes

After Refund/Waiver Deadline

Nonrefundable if added or dropped after Refund/Waiver Deadline

Enrollment Fee Refund/Waiver Policy

Semester-length classes must be formally dropped by the Refund/Waiver Deadline (Sept 1, 2013) to qualify for a refund or waiver. No refunds or waivers will be granted for drops after Sept 1, 2013, unless the class is cancelled by the College or if a verified processing error by the College occurred. There is no prorated refund schedule. The refund deadline for other sessions is the 13th day after the start day of the class. Not attending classes does not warrant a refund or waiver of fees. It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes by the refund/waiver deadline or incur the fees. Refunds will be processed AFTER the Refund/Waver Deadline

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Students from private or public elementary or secondary schools who are admitted to Palomar College as special part-time students for credit classes during regular semester or summer session are exempt from paying the enrollment fee. Home schooled minors also may enroll with permission from their local school district. Attendance must be authorized by a letter of permission from the school. Students under 15 years of age are restricted to courses designed for children. Permission to enroll in other classes rests with the Palomar instructor.

and it will take two to four weeks from the deadline date for the refund process to complete. If payment was made by credit card, debit, or gift card*, the refund will be credited back to the card used. If payment was made by cash or check, the refund check will be mailed to the student’s address of record. Refunds cannot be carried forward for credit to the next semester’s registration. Refunds are processed after all fees or obligations owed to the College are met. *If you use a gift card be sure to keep it, as refunds will be credited back to that card.

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

Enrollment Fee Waiver

GENERAL INFO

Learning for Success

Questions: Request Transcripts Online: ✔ 24/7 access to transcript ordering This optional service has been developed in conjunction with your ✔ Request services from home school. Should you have any questions, contact either the Records Office at Palomar College or Credentials Inc. ✔ E-mail or Fax order confirmation ✔ On-line order status ✔ Automatic notification when your request has been completed.

NONCREDIT

TranscriptsPlus®

Credentials Inc.

link on the Transcripts web page.

436 Frontage Road, Suite 200 Northfield, Illinois 60093 1-800-646-1858

www.palomar.edu

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Aug 15 . . . . . . . Part-time Faculty Plenary Aug 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Faculty Plenary Aug 19 . . . . . . Fall Weekday Classes begin Aug 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . Fast Track 1 begins Aug 24 . . . . . . Fall Saturday Classes begin Sept 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Labor Day Sept 3 . . . . . . . . . . Non-instructional Day Oct 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fast Track 1 ends Oct 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . Fast Track 2 begins Nov 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Veterans’ Day Nov 28-30 . . . . . . . . Thanksgiving Holiday

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Dec 10-16 . . . . . . Last Class/Final Exams Dec 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fast Track 2 ends Dec 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . Fall Semester ends Dec 20 . . . . . . . Final Grade Rosters Due Jan 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Year’s Day Jan 9 . . . . . . . . . Part-time Faculty Plenary Jan 13 . . . . Spring Weekday Classes begin Jan 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fast Track 1 begins Jan 18 . . . . . Spring Saturday Classes begin Jan 20 . . . . . . . . Martin Luther King’s Day Feb 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln’s Day

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GENERAL INFO

Fall 2013 Final Exam Schedule

San Marcos and College Sites at Camp Pendleton, Fallbrook, Pauma

(EXCLUDES ESCONDIDO CENTER) For Escondido Center classes, see Final Exam Schedule for Escondido Center on the following page

Monday, December 16

2:00 - 3:50 PM

Monday, December 16

4:00 - 5:50 PM

Monday only - starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

Monday, December 16

6:00 - 7:50 PM

Monday only - starts at 7:00 PM or later

Monday, December 16

8:00 - 9:50 PM

Tuesday only - starts prior to 4:00 PM

Tuesday, December 10

2:00 - 3:50 PM

Tuesday only - starts at 4:00 or 4:30 PM

Tuesday, December 10

4:00 - 5:50 PM

Tuesday only - starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

Tuesday, December 10

6:00 - 7:50 PM

Tuesday only - starts at 7:00 PM or later

Tuesday, December 10

8:00 - 9:50 PM

Wednesday only - starts prior to 4:00 PM

Wednesday, December 11

2:00 - 3:50 PM

Wednesday only - starts at 4:00 or 4:30 PM

Wednesday, December 11

4:00 - 5:50 PM

Wednesday only - starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

Wednesday, December 11

6:00 - 7:50 PM

Wednesday only - starts at 7:00 PM or later

Wednesday, December 11

8:00 - 9:50 PM

Thursday only - starts prior to 4:00 PM

Thursday, December 12

2:00 - 3:50 PM

Thursday only - starts at 4:00 or 4:30 PM

Thursday, December 12

4:00 - 5:50 PM

Thursday only - starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

Thursday, December 12

6:00 - 7:50 PM

Thursday only - starts at 7:00 PM or later

Thursday, December 12

8:00 - 9:50 PM

Friday only - starts between 7:00 - 9:30 AM or Friday all day

Friday, December 13

8:00 - 9:50 AM

Friday only - starts between 10:00 - 11:30 AM

Friday, December 13

10:00 - 11:50 AM

Friday afternoon prior to 4:00 PM

Friday, December 13

12:00 - 1:50 PM 4:00 - 5:50 PM

ESCONDIDO CENTER

Monday only - starts prior to 4:00 PM Monday only - starts at 4:00 or 4:30 PM

SITES

Exam time is:

Friday only - starts at 4:00 or 4:30 PM

Friday, December 13

Friday only - starts at 5:00 PM or later

Friday, December 13

6:00 - 7:50 PM

Saturday only

Saturday, December 14

2 hours at regular class starting time

Day and Evening classes meeting more than one day per week If regular class meets TTH or 3 or more days per week, with Tuesday being the first class day of the week exam schedule is below:

Starts between 6:30 - 7:30 AM

Wednesday, December 11 8:00 - 9:50 AM

Thursday, December 12 8:00 - 9:50 AM

7:50, 8:00 AM

Monday, December 16 8:00 - 9:50 AM

Thursday, December 12 8:00 - 9:50 AM

8:30 AM

Monday, December 16 8:00 - 9:50 AM

Tuesday, December 10 8:00 - 9:50 AM

9:00, 9:30 AM

Wednesday, December 11 10:00 - 11:50 AM

Tuesday, December 10 8:00 - 9:50 AM

10:00, 10:30 AM

Friday, December 13 10:00 - 11:50 AM

Thursday, December 12 10:00 - 11:50 AM

11:00, 11:10, 11:30 AM

Monday, December 16 10:00 - 11:50 AM

Tuesday, December 10 10:00 - 11:50 AM

12:00, 12:30 PM

Wednesday, December 11 12:00 - 1:50 PM

Thursday, December 12 12:00 - 1:50 PM

1:00, 1:30 PM

Monday, December 16 12:00 - 1:50 PM

Tuesday, December 10 12:00 - 1:50 PM

2:00, 2:30 PM

Wednesday, December 11 2:00 - 3:50 PM

Thursday, December 12 2:00 - 3:50 PM

3:00, 3:20, 3:30 PM

Friday, December 13 2:00 - 3:50 PM

Tuesday, December 10 2:00 - 3:50 PM

4:00, 4:30 PM

Monday, December 16 4:00 - 5:50 PM

Thursday, December 12 4:00 - 5:50 PM

Starts between 5:00 - 6:30 PM

Monday, December 16 6:00 - 7:50 PM

Tuesday, December 10 6:00 - 7:50 PM

Starts at 7:00 PM or later

Wednesday, December 11 8:00 - 9:50 PM

Thursday, December 12 8:00 - 9:50 PM

GENERAL INFO

Find time class begins 

NONCREDIT

If regular class meets MWF, MW, MF, WF or 3 or more days per week, with Monday being the first class day of the week exam schedule is below

Find days class meets 

Notes: For short-term and fast-track classes, final exams are given during the last 2 hours of the last class meeting. In some combination lecture/laboratory classes, there may not be a separate final examination for the laboratory portion of the class. Check with your professor. Final Exam Schedule for Escondido Center is on the following page.

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FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

Exam date is:

CREDIT CLASSES

Day and Evening classes meeting only one day per week If regular class meets:

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Fall 2013 Final Exam Schedule For Escondido Center ONLY

Day and Evening classes meeting only one day per week If regular class meets:

Exam date is:

Exam time is:

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Monday only - starts prior to 3:15 PM

Monday, December 16

1:45 - 3:35 PM

Monday only - starts between 3:15 - 4:45 PM

Monday, December 16

3:45 - 5:35 PM

Monday only - starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

Monday, December 16

5:45 - 7:35 PM

Monday only - starts at 7:00 PM or later

Monday, December 16

7:45 - 9:35 PM

Tuesday only - starts prior to 3:15 PM

Tuesday, December 10

1:45 - 3:35 PM

Tuesday only - starts between 3:15 - 4:45 PM

Tuesday, December 10

3:45 - 5:35 PM

Tuesday only - starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

Tuesday, December 10

5:45 - 7:35 PM

Tuesday only - starts at 7:00 PM or later

Tuesday, December 10

7:45 - 9:35 PM

Wednesday only - starts prior to 3:15 PM

Wednesday, December 11

1:45 - 3:35 PM

Wednesday only - starts between 3:15 - 4:45 PM

Wednesday, December 11

3:45 - 5:35 PM

Wednesday only - starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

Wednesday, December 11

5:45 - 7:35 PM

Wednesday only - starts at 7:00 PM or later

Wednesday, December 11

7:45 - 9:35 PM

Thursday only - starts prior to 3:15 PM

Thursday, December 12

1:45 - 3:35 PM

Thursday only - starts between 3:15 - 4:45 PM

Thursday, December 12

3:45 - 5:35 PM

Thursday only - starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

Thursday, December 12

5:45 - 7:35 PM

Thursday only - starts at 7:00 PM or later

Thursday, December 12

7:45 - 9:35 PM

Friday only - starts between 7:15 - 9:00 AM or Friday all day

Friday, December 13

7:45 - 9:35 AM

Friday only - starts between 9:15 - 11:15 AM

Friday, December 13

9:45 - 11:35 AM

Friday only - starts between 11:45 - 3:00 PM

Friday, December 13

11:45 - 1:35 PM

Friday only - starts between 3:15 - 4:45 PM

Friday, December 13

3:45 - 5:35 PM

Friday only - starts at 5:00 PM or later

Friday, December 13

5:45 - 7:35 PM

Saturday only

Saturday, December 14

2 hours at regular class starting time

Day and Evening classes meeting more than one day per week Find days class meets  Find time class begins  Starts between 7:15 - 7:45 AM 8:15 AM 8:45 AM 9:15 AM 9:45, 10:15 AM 10:45, 10:55, 11:15 AM 11:45 AM, 12:15 PM

NONCREDIT

12:45, 1:15 PM 1:45, 2:00, 2:15 PM 3:00, 3:15, 3:45 PM 4:15, 4:20, 4:45 PM Starts between 5:00 - 6:45 PM

GENERAL INFO

Starts 7:00 PM or later

If regular class meets MWF, MW, MF, WF or 3 or more days per week, with Monday being the first class day of the week exam schedule is below:

If regular class meets TTH or 3 or more days per week, with Tuesday being the first class day of the week exam schedule is below:

Wednesday, December 11 7:45 - 9:35 AM Monday, December 16 7:45 - 9:35 AM Monday, December 16 7:45 - 9:35 AM Wednesday, December 11 9:45 - 11:35 AM Monday, December 16 9:45 - 11:35 AM Monday, December 16 9:45 - 11:35 AM Wednesday, December 11 11:45 - 1:35 PM Monday, December 16 11:45 - 1:35 PM Wednesday, December 11 1:45 - 3:35 PM Monday, December 16 3:45 - 5:35 PM Monday, December 16 3:45 - 5:35 PM Monday, December 16 5:45 - 7:35 PM Wednesday, December 11 7:45 - 9:35 PM

Thursday, December 12 7:45 - 9:35 AM Thursday, December 12 7:45 - 9:35 AM Tuesday, December 10 7:45 - 9:35 AM Tuesday, December 10 7:45 - 9:35 AM Thursday, December 12 9:45 - 11:35 AM Tuesday, December 10 9:45 - 11:35 AM Thursday, December 12 11:45 - 1:35 PM Tuesday, December 10 11:45 - 1:35 PM Thursday, December 12 1:45 - 3:35 PM Tuesday, December 10 1:45 - 3:35 PM Thursday, December 12 3:45 - 5:35 PM Tuesday, December 10 5:45 - 7:35 PM Thursday, December 12 7:45 - 9:35 PM

Notes: For short-term and fast-track classes, final exams are given during the last 2 hours of the last class meeting. In some combination lecture/laboratory classes, there may not be a separate final examination for the laboratory portion of the class. Check with your professor.

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• Financial Aid, Veterans & Scholarships Services located in the Student Services building on the San Marcos campus and in the main lobby of the Escondido Center; provide a variety of federal and state student financial assistance programs including Veterans Educational Benefits program and private scholarships. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. Friday, 7:30 am to noon. Phone: 760 891-7510 (San Marcos) Website: www.palomar.edu/fa and for veterans www.palomar. edu/veterans/ • The Transfer Center provides up-to-date information and assistance for students planning to transfer to four-year universities. Palomar College has Transfer Agreement Guarantees (TAG) with seven University of California campuses. The Transfer Center staff offers application assistance, crossenrollment processing, and notice of campus visits by numerous university representatives. Advanced planning is vital for transfer success. For forms and information regarding requirements and deadlines, visit the Transfer Center in the Student Services Center on the San Marcos campus. Summer hours: Monday

• Counseling for Student Athletes is available for students participating in any of the 21 intercollegiate sports offered at Palomar College. These students must meet special academic and transfer requirements to gain eligibility. Contact the Athletic Counselor, Steve White at 760 744-1150, ext. 3052. • Disability Resource Center (DRC), formerly DSP&S, functions as an advocate for students with disabilities. Its mission is to foster academic and vocational success and facilitate a student’s progress. Located in the DSPS Building on the San Marcos campus. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 7 am to 5 pm. Friday, 7:30 am to 4 pm Phone: 760 744-1150, ext. 2375. Website: www.palomar.edu/dsps • Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) and Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education EOPS is a state-funded program designed to provide support services and benefits for students who are financially and educationally disadvantaged. CARE, also a state funded program, assists single parent recipients of TANF/ CalWORKs who would like to attend college. These programs offer academic and support counseling, priority registration, student success workshops, financial aid and other support services. The EOPS/ CARE office, located on the San Marcos campus in Building AA-141 is open Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 5 pm. Friday, 8 am to noon Phone: 760 744-1150 ext. 2449; Website: www. palomar.edu/eops/ • CalWORKs serves parents who are attending school as part of their welfare-to-work plan with the county. To be eligible, the student must be a current CalWORKs recipient or have received aid within the last two years and be currently working. The student must also be working toward a certificate, AA degree, transfer to a four-year university or to improve work skills. Benefits include: academic and support counseling, priority registration, student success workshops, books, parking and

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• The Counseling Center has offices to serve you in the Student Services Center on the San Marcos campus.The Escondido Center is closed for summer 2013. Make an appointment to: sort out confusion; clarify college goals; and create an educational plan. Academic counseling is available to students seeking assistance with scheduling or clarification of requirements for certificates, graduation or transfer. Careful course selection is key to a successful college experience and it is wise for students to consult with a counselor each semester. Personal counseling is available for students seeking the assistance of a trained counselor in finding solutions to problems that may be affecting their academic progress. Appointments with counselors may be scheduled and are recommended. The Counseling Center is open Monday and Thursday, 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Tuesday and Wednesday, 7:30 am to 7 pm, Friday, 7:30 am to 4 pm Phone: 760 891-7511.

SITES

• Cashier Services Offices are located in the Administration Building on the San Marcos campus and in the main lobby of the Escondido Center. Summer hours are Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 6 pm, Friday, 8 am to 4pm Phone: 760 744-1150, ext. 2114 (San Marcos). Website: www.palomar.edu/fiscal_services/CashierServices.htm.

• The Career Center provides student support in the Career Development Process by means of assessment, goal setting, career exploration and employment outlook research to foster informed career decisions. Resources include an up-to-date computer lab with internet access, career library, job search and internship information, job announcements and Career Counseling appointments. The Career Center offers several sections of Career Search (Counseling 165), a one-unit, short term class, each semester. Visit the Career Center in SU-17 on the San Marcos Campus. Hours of operation: Monday-Thursday, 8 am to 6 pm, Fridays 8 am to 4:30 pm. Phone: 760-744-1150 ext. 2194 or 3125. Website: www.palomar.edu/counseling/ careercenter

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

• Admissions, Records & Evaluation Offices are located in the Student Services Center on the San Marcos campus and in the main lobby of the Escondido Center. Summer office hours are Monday through Thursday, 7:30 am to 6 pm. Friday, 7:30 am to noon. Phone: 760 744-1150, ext. 2164 (San Marcos campus) Website www.palomar.edu/admissions

NONCREDIT

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is ready to help you meet your educational goals by providing the following services:

through Thursday, 8 am to 5 pm. Friday, 8:30 am to 4 pm. Phone: 760 744-1150 ext. 2552 Website: www.palomar.edu/counseling/transfercenter

GENERAL INFO

Student Services

GENERAL INFO

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GENERAL INFO

other support services. The student does NOT have to be a full-time student to receive benefits. The CalWORKs office, located on the San Marcos campus in Building AA-141, is open Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 5 pm. Friday, 8 am to noon Phone: 760 744-1150 ext. 2449.

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• International Education Office is located in the Student Union building, Room SU-103. Office hours are Monday through Thursday 8 am to 4:00 pm, Friday, 8 am to 2 pm. Phone 760 744-1150 ext. 2167 Website: www.palomar.edu/internationalstudents/

ESCONDIDO CENTER SITES DISTANCE EDUCATION FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

• Student Support Services (TRIO/SSS) is a federally-funded college completion and transfer program serving low-income, first generation and/or disabled college students who are enrolled full time. The program is designed to support and encourage students in their pursuit of a post-secondary education. All TRIO/SSS students are provided high quality student support services, designed to meet the individual needs and higher education goals of each participant. Services include tutorial assistance, academic, career and financial aid counseling, transfer information and planning, priority registration, use of laptop computers and computer lab, book loans and school supplies, university campus visits/tours, cultural events, leadership opportunities, customized workshops, and much more. The TRIO/SSS Program Office, located on the San Marcos campus in Building TCB-1, is open Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 5 pm, Friday, 8 am to 3 pm. Phone: 760 744-1150, ext. 2761. Website: www.palomar.edu/triosss

NONCREDIT

• Office of Student Affairs is the center of all extra-curricular activities on campus. It is the hub of all clubs and the Associated Student Government (ASG).The office deals with student discipline and grievances and administers the District’s policy and procedures related to free speech and symbolic expression.All individuals desiring access to Palomar College students or staff for commercial or political purposes must check in at the Office of Student Affairs. Student emergency loans and textbook purchase loans are available in the Office of Student Affairs.The office manages the Student Union and coordinates reservations for meeting rooms. Located on the second floor of the Student Union in Room SU-201, the office is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 6 pm. Phone: 760 744-1150, ext. 2594; E-mail: mlunde@palomar.edu. More information is available on the Student Affairs web page. Website: www2.palomar.edu/pages/studentaffairs

GENERAL INFO

• Health Services provides easy access to initial primary care, health education and wellness programs at the San Marcos campus. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses are available Monday through Friday for students. Services provided through office visits include physical exams and treatment for non-chronic diseases. Areas of service include respiratory, dermatology, gynecology, family planning, on campus accidents and advanced first aid. Immunizations, TB, vision, hearing, and pregnancy screenings are also provided. Treatment includes prescription and over-the-counter medications and lab

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tests as ordered by the Physician or Nurse Practitioner. Community Referrals are provided for services not available at the clinic. Health education and wellness programs are offered to promote and enhance healthy lifestyle choices and well being. Wellness programs occurring throughout the semester include Sexual Responsibility Awareness, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Great American Smoke-Out, Skin Cancer Awareness, Flu Shots, Substance Abuse Awareness, Healthy Heart Month and Infectious Disease Awareness. Appointments are required for the Physician and Nurse Practitioners and are preferred for RN visits. All currently enrolled students who have paid the Health Center Fee (see GBP 5030.3 under Tuition and Fees Schedule) qualify for free or low-cost health services. San Marcos campus Health Services hours are Monday through Thursday 8 am to 6:45pm, Friday, 8 am to 3:30 pm. For Escondido Center Health Services hours, please call 760 432-0624, ext. 8105.Please see the San Marcos Campus map for the new Health Services location, labeled H.C. Call 760 744-1150 ext: 2380. Website: www2.palomar.edu/healthservices • Student Activities Office serves the campus community by providing the sale of Student Activity Cards, free lock and locker usage, and discount movie admissions. Staff is also available to answer general questions related to student life and activities. The Student Activities Office is centrally located in room SU-202 of the Student Union Building. Phone: 760 744-1150, ext. 2796. Hours are posted on the Student Affairs web page. The Student Activities Coordinator may be found in SU-201, Phone: 760 744-1150, ext.7509. Website: www2.palomar.edu/studentaffairs/student-activities-office/ • Campus Clubs provide students with opportunities for personal, social, recreational, religious, cultural, and civic development. Getting involved in a club is a great way to network with other students, learn and practice team work, and feel a sense of community while on campus.Visit the Club Hub in room SU-19 to learn more about getting involved with student life. The Inter-Club Council (ICC), which includes representatives from all clubs, meets weekly to network and share information. Club Hub hours plus “How to start a Palomar College Club” and “Club Reinstatement” packets are online at www.palomar.edu/ studentactivities under the “Clubs” tab. For more information visit the Student Activities Coordinator in room SU-201; Phone: 760 744-1150 ext. 7509. Website: www2.palomar.edu/pages/studentaffairs/clubs/


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GENERAL INFO

STEM (Science,Technology, Engineering, Math) Center offers tutoring in calculus, chemistry, earth science, engineering, life science, physics, and other STEM courses. This service is available to all Palomar College students at no cost. Room NS-312, San Marcos campus, 760 744-1150 ext. 2265 To find out tutoring hours for your STEM subject, please visit our webpage at http://www2.palomar.edu/stem/tutoring.htm

ESCONDIDO CENTER

S.T.A.R. Tutoring Center Tutors are available in math, English, accounting, sciences, foreign languages and most high-demand courses offered at Palomar. Tutoring is offered on a walk-in, first-come, first-served basis. Hours and subjects vary by semester. We are located on the first floor of the Library, on the San Marcos campus. 760 744-1150, ext. 2448

Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) Room ESC-500, Escondido Center, ext. 8171 Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 7:30 pm; Friday, 8 am to 4 pm (Walk-in tutoring is available in English as a Second Language (ESL), English, math, and Spanish.)

SITES

ESL Tutoring Center offers help for all ESL students with ESL homework and grammar/pronunciation help in other subjects. Room A-13, San Marcos campus, 760 744-1150, ext. 4482 Hours: Monday through Thursday, 11 am to 7 pm; Friday, 9 am to 6 pm By appointment and walk-in (subject to tutor availability)

Reading Services Department offers help with comprehension, vocabulary, memory, recall, and other reading skills. Enrollment in subject area is required. Room RC-1, San Marcos campus, 760-744-1150, ext. 2568 Walk-in Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 9:15 pm; Friday, 8 am to 3:45 pm

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

English Department Writing Center offers help with any phase of the writing process regarding assignments for Palomar College classes that students are enrolled in. Room BE-1, San Marcos campus, 760 744-1150, ext. 2778 Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 3 pm; Friday, 9 am to 2pm By appointment and walk-in (subject to tutor availability)

NONCREDIT

Currently enrolled students may take advantage of tutoring services at the following centers:

Mathematics Learning Center Tutoring is available in all levels of mathematics. Enrollment in subject area is required. Room E-2, San Marcos campus, 760-744-1150, ext. 2718 Walk-in Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 8 pm; Friday, 8 am to 2 pm; Saturday, 9 am to noon

GENERAL INFO

Tutoring Services

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General Matriculation Procedures

Enrollment restrictions:

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Matriculation is a process which assists you in choosing, planning, and achieving your educational and career goals. It is Palomar’s way of supporting your right to succeed in college. Matriculation is a partnership between you and Palomar.

Many courses and education programs of study have enrollment conditions such as prerequisites, corequisites or advisories on recommended preparation. These faculty-approved conditions are considered necessary and appropriate to ensure that you are adequately prepared to succeed in the course or education program. It is your responsibility to meet any and all enrollment conditions.

Palomar College agrees to:

Advisory on Recommended Preparation:

Matriculation Rights and Responsibilities:

ESCONDIDO CENTER

• Evaluate your English, ESL, math and reading skills • Help you register for appropriate classes • Provide you with an orientation and information on services available, and possible majors and/or careers • Provide access to counselors and instruction

You agree to:

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• Decide upon your major and goal • Participate in orientation and assessment • Meet with a counselor to develop an educational plan by the time you have completed 15 units • Attend and complete courses to make the best use of the time you spend at Palomar Prior to registration, all non-exempt students must complete the following steps that apply: Fill out an application for admission online at www.palomar.edu Send in all transcripts or previous assessment scores and request an evaluation for equivalency Sign up for and attend an assessment and orientation session at the Assessment Center, in SU-1.

New, returning, or transfer students who may be exempted from the matriculation process are students who: • Already have an associate’s degree or higher • Are attending Palomar for personal enrichment • Are enrolled only in non-credit courses • Are taking classes only to upgrade job skills • Are enrolled in apprenticeship or other special vocational education programs • Are concurrently enrolled in another college or university

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Exempt students are not required to participate in the matriculation process but are encouraged to see a counselor at any time. The college may suspend or terminate services to any student who fails to fulfill his/her responsibilities. However, the college may never suspend or terminate any service for which a student is otherwise entitled under any other provision of law. In addition, students may challenge any matriculation requirement or regulation using the petition process.

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Recommended preparation is a condition of enrollment that you are advised, but not required, to meet before or in conjunction with enrollment in a course or education program. If you believe that you have satisfied the advisory by means other than the stated advisory, please consult with the appropriate department to determine your readiness to enroll in the course or educational program.

Other Limits on Enrollment:

Enrollment in certain courses or educational programs of study may require tryouts, auditions or may be limited by health and safety considerations, facility limitations, faculty workload, the availability of qualified instructors, funding limitations or legal requirements imposed by statutes, regulations or contracts. All such limitations are in conformity with the provisions of Title 5, Section 58106, California Community College Board of Governors.

Prerequisites:

A prerequisite is a condition of enrollment that you are required to meet in order to demonstrate current readiness in a course or education program.You may be required to show proof of meeting the prerequisite. Failure to meet the stated prerequisite may result in being administratively dropped from the course.

Corequisites:

A corequisite is a condition of enrollment consisting of a course that you are required to simultaneously take in order to enroll in another course. Failure to enroll in the stated corequisite will result in being administratively dropped from the course. You may not be permitted to enroll in a class for which you cannot demonstrate that you have met the prerequisite or are enrolled in the corequisite. If it is determined after a course begins that you have not met the prerequisite, you may be dropped from the course. If you are currently enrolled in a prerequisite course at Palomar College, you will be permitted to enroll in the next level course on the assumption that you will pass the prerequisite course with a C or better. If you do not successfully pass the course (receive a grade of D, F, FW, NC, I, or W) you will be dropped from the next level class.


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Challenging a Prerequisite:

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You have the right to challenge any prerequisite. A prerequisite or corequisite challenge requires written documentation, explanation of alternative course work, background, abilities, or other evidence showing adequate preparation for the target course. A Prerequisite or Corequisite Challenge Petition can be obtained from the Admissions Office, in the Counseling Center, or at a College Center office. Reasons for seeking a Prerequisite and Corequisite Challenge Petition may include one or more of the following:

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(1) A prerequisite or corequisite has not been made reasonably available. (2) A prerequisite or corequisite has not been established in accordance with the District’s process for establishing prerequisites and corequisites. (3) A student can provide evidence of having the knowledge or ability needed to succeed in the course despite not meeting the prerequisite or corequisite.

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(4) A student may challenge other limitations on enrollment. (5) A student may challenge a prerequisite or corequisite established to protect the health and safety of himself, herself, and/or others.

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(6) A prerequisite, corequisite or limitation on enrollment is discriminatory or applied in a discriminatory manner. (7) A prerequisite or corequisite is in violation of Title 5.

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If space is available in the target course when a student files a challenge to the prerequisite or corequisite, the College shall reserve a seat for the student and resolve the challenge within five working days. If the challenge is upheld or the College fails to resolve the challenge within the five working day period, the student shall be allowed to enroll in the course. If no space is available in the course when a challenge is filed, the challenge shall be resolved prior to the beginning of registration for the next term and, if the challenge is upheld, the student shall be permitted to enroll if space is available when the student registers for that subsequent term.

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Assessment, Advisement and Orientation

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Location: Student Access/Assessment Center, SU-1 San Marcos Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:00 am to 5:30 pm., Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Phone: 760 744-1150 ext. 2182, 2476 Fax: 760 591-0482 Website: www.palomar.edu/counseling/assessment

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All students must submit an application for admission before an appointment for Assessment, Advisement and Orientation can be made. This program is required for all beginning students. Appointments may be made by telephone or email: assessment@palomar.edu

Assessment

Identifies a student’s level of skills in English, reading and math.

Advisement

Students receive their results and are made aware of the level of English, reading and math for which they may register.

Orientation

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The orientation gives an overview of instructional programs and support services. Certificate, degree and transfer requirements are discussed to assist the student with registration. This process, along with assessment and advisement takes approximately three hours.

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STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN ENROLLED AT OTHER COLLEGES

Students who have completed assessment at another college (within the past two years) will need to bring in or FAX test scores to the Student Access/Assessment Center, 760 591-0482. We will make the student eligible for the same level classes at Palomar. If you have completed coursework in English and/or math at another college, we will need to see a copy of your grade report or transcript. AP scores of 3, 4 or 5 in English and/or math will also establish eligibility in those subjects. We accept unofficial copies. Students may bring it in or FAX it to us. Completed coursework does not expire.

PARTIAL ASSESSMENT

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New students need to take the entire assessment unless they have tested (within two years) or completed coursework in English or math at another institution. Documentation of test scores and/or coursework must be presented at the time of signup. High school students may take a partial assessment. Contact the Student Access/Assessment Center for an appointment.

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Non-native English speakers: Contact the English as a Second Language (ESL) Department, Room A-17, ext. 2272. Students with Disabilities: Contact the Disability Resource Center (DRC), ext. 2375. Extended Opportunity Programs & Services: Students need to schedule a regular appointment from the Assessment Schedule listed below. Please contact ext. 2449 for additional information.

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Challenges: Students may take the assessment once per year. Placement is valid for two years from date of testing. If a student does not feel she/he has been appropriately placed she/he may challenge all or part of the assessment. Please contact our Student Access/Assessment Center for procedures. Complaints: If you believe that assessment, orientation, counseling or any other matriculation procedure is being applied in a discriminatory manner, you may file a complaint to the Dean of Counseling Services, ext. 2197.

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REQUIRED FOR ALL NEW STUDENTS • Allow time for parking and get Parking Permit from Campus Police • Be on time---No one will be admitted after the test begins. • Submit your application for admission online (www.palomar. edu) first and then call or email the Student Access/Assessment Center to make an appointment for one of the following sessions:

JULY—SAN MARCOS SU-1

Tuesdays, Wed. and Thursdays . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am and 1:00 pm Monday, July 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am and 6:00 pm Mondays, July 8,15, 22, 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Fridays, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am Saturdays, July 6,13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am Closed Thursday July 4

AUGUST—SAN MARCOS SU-1

Tuesdays, Wed. and Thursdays . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am and 1:00 pm Monday, August 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am and 6:00 pm Mondays, August, 12,19, 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Fridays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:00 am Saturday, August 3,10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am Schedule at San Marcos is subject to change due to special events.

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Tuesday, August 20, 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 pm Wednesday, August 21, 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:00 pm Friday, August 23, 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00 am *No assessment In July, Escondido Campus Closed Schedule at Escondido is subject to change due to special events.

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Check in Center office for COMPASS Assessment


Check Acceptance Policy

You may purchase items with an imprinted check and proper identification (PIC card and a current driver’s license, etc). Any returned check is subject to one or more of the following: a $25 service fee, a hold on your student record, all fees related to small claims court and up to triple the amount of the check, and any judgments filed on your permanent credit record. A 14-day check clearing period is needed before a refund or exchange will be granted. Approval from bookstore is needed before the end of the refund date.

Credit Card Acceptance Policy

Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express credit cards, accompanied with a picture ID, are accepted. A cash register receipt is required for a refund to a credit card account. The credit card and card holder must be present.

Buyback - Selling Your Used Books

No receipt is required to sell books back; however, a picture ID is required. During finals week you may receive up to 50 percent of the current price on titles requested for the following semester. Textbooks are bought back on a supply-and-demand basis. Titles not requested by a faculty member may be purchased by a wholesaler for 0 - 25 percent of the retail price. Old editions, out-of-print books, workbooks, practice sets and loose-leaf material have no buyback value. Daily buyback is conducted at both the San Marcos and Escondido bookstores.

Rental Books

You must be 18 years of age with a valid government issued ID (Driver’s License or Passport) and a credit card to participate in the book rental program. If you are not of legal age or don’t have a credit card, your parent or guardian can register and rent for you either in-store or online at www.palomar.bkstr.com

August 12 - August 17

Aug 12 – 16 (Mon – Fri) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9:00am – 6:00pm Aug 17 (Saturday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00am – 2:00pm

August 19 – August 30

Aug 19 – 22 and Aug 26 –29 (Mon – Thurs). . . 7:00am – 8:00pm Aug 23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00am – 4:00pm Aug 24 only (Saturday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00am – 1:00pm Aug 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:00am – 12:00pm

Fall 2013 Bookstore Hours – September 4 – December 6

Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30am – 7:00pm Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30am – 12:00pm Saturday and Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CLOSED

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Labor Day Holiday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September 2-3, 2013 Veteran’s Day Holiday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November 11, 2013 Thanksgiving Holiday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November 28-29, 2013

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Receipts required. No refunds will be made after August 26, 2013. At the San Marcos Campus refunds will be given from the southeast entrance of the bookstore, which faces the M building, during the store hours. Loose-leaf books and those containing access codes may not be returned if shrink wrap is removed.

Holidays – Store will be closed

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Refund Policy

The Bookstore will be closed on Fridays from June 7 – August 3

Fall 2013 Escondido Bookstore Hours August 19 – August 30

Aug 19 – 22 and Aug 26 – 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00am – 7:30pm Aug 23 and 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00am – 1:00pm Saturdays and Sundays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CLOSED

September 4 – September 5

Sept 4 – 5. . . . . . . . . . . . 7:45am – 1:00pm and 4:00pm – 6:30pm

October 15 – October 21

Oct 14 – 17, Oct 21 . . . 7:45am – 1:00pm and 4:00pm – 6:30pm Oct 18 – 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CLOSED

December 9 – December 16

Dec 9 - 13 . . . . . . . . . . . 7:45am – 1:00pm and 4:00pm – 6:30pm Dec 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:45am – 1:00pm

The Escondido bookstore will be closed from September 6 – October 14 and October 22 – December 9. Testing materials will be available in the Vending Machine located outside of the Library 24/7.

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Textbooks for Fall 2013 go on sale: July 2nd Last day for textbook refunds for Fall 2013: August 26

Bookstore Hours:

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SU Bldg., 760 744-1150, ext. 2220 www.palomar.bkstr.com

Bookstore Buyback & Rental Check-In Hours San Marcos Campus

Dec 9 – 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30am – 7:30pm December 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30am – 4:00pm December 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30am – 7:30pm Last day for Rental Check-in is Monday, December 16

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Parking, Traffic Regulations, and Fees Palomar College Police Department

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The Palomar Community College District Police Department is a fully accredited and California POST certified police agency. The Police Department employs trained police officers whose authority is the same as all sworn peace officers in California. The Police Department will exercise the power to issue official citations for violations of the law, and in situations requiring it, may arrest violators, taking them into custody and booking them into San Diego County jail, located in Vista.

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Parking Permits

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A parking permit is required for all vehicles on District property 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Online students who come on campus have the option to purchase a semester permit or a one-day permit from the pay-per-day machines in lots 3, 5, 9 or 12. Permit machines at the San Marcos campus and lots 1, 2 and 3 at the Escondido Center accept 1’s, 5’s and coins, as well as ATM and credit cards. Student parking permits for fall semester may be purchased online between July 1 and August 12, 2013 with a credit card via the eServices link at www.palomar.edu. Once payment has been received and mailing address confirmed, the permit will be mailed to the student. Online purchase of permits will continue from August 12 through September 6, 2013, however, those permits must be picked up by the student at the Police Department, located at the main entrance of Parking Lot 1. Parking permits are available for purchase during normal school hours at the Cashier’s Office on the San Marcos campus and at the Escondido Center.

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There is no grace period for parking without a permit. Automobiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40.00 BOGW students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20.00* Motorcycles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20.00 Student permits are valid only in student lots. Parking permit fees are subject to change without further notice. *Only one discounted permit allowed per semester. In order to be eligible for the lower fee, BOGW students must have acquired BOGW status at the time the permit is purchased. If a regular permit is purchased and the student beomes BOGW eligible at a later date, there will be no refund issued.

Lost/Stolen Permits

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The College will not replace lost or stolen permits. The loss must be reported to the Palomar College Police Department (PCPD) and a temporary two-week permit will be issued. If permit is not found within the two-week period a new permit must be purchased at the regular fee.

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One-Day Parking Permits

One-day permits may be purchased for $5 (fee is subject to change without further notice) from machines located in lots 3, 5, 9, 12. Permit machines at the San Marcos campus and lots 1, 2 and 3 at the Escondido Center accept 1’s, 5’s and coins, as well as ATM and credit cards. Permits will be honored in student lots only. A two hour visitor permit can be obtained from the Police Department office. These permits are valid in designated spaces/ lots only and along the roadway where parking is authorized. Only one temporary pass will be issued per student per semester if the student has forgotten his or her pass.

Skateboards

Riding of skateboards and all other “roller devices” is prohibited on campus at all times.

Miscellaneous Parking Information

• One vehicle is permitted per parking space in lots that are surfaced and striped for parking purposes - All vehicles are required to park in marked parking spaces only. • The speed limit on campus is 15 mph. • Parking in areas marked in green and yellow shall be limited to 20 minutes. • Yellow loading zones are limited to the loading and off-loading of passengers and equipment only. • Visitor permits are required in all designated visitor spaces and are limited to two hours. Students, staff and vendors are not allowed to park in visitor spaces. • Registration/transcript, DMV registration, and license renewal holds will be placed for delinquent unpaid parking citations. • All California Vehicle Code violations are applicable and enforced on campus. • No guarantee is made or implied as to parking availability. • The college assumes no responsibility for fire, theft or damage to any vehicle or contents. Abandoned cars left on campus over 72 hours will be subject to towing at the registered owner’s expense. • For further information regarding citations and the regulations, contact the College Police Department at 760 744-1150 ext. 3499 or the Police/Parking webpage at www.palomar.edu/police/ appeal1htm#form

Citations

All citations for parking and moving violations of the California Vehicle Code (C.V.C.) carry the same penalty as those issued by any metropolitan police agency. C.V.C. violations and parking permit violations are enforced 24 hours a day/7 days a week. All violations will be enforced. Paying the fine (bail) within 21 calendar days at the Cashier’s office will satisfy citations issued by PCPD. The fine is also accepted by check or money order via U.S. mail; the citation number and date must accompany the bail deposit. Credit card payment may also be made at PayMyCite.com Unpaid citations become delinquent and a late fee equal to the amount of the fine will be due. Palomar College Police Officers are not authorized to dismiss citations. A formal “Appeals Process” is in place. If you wish to appeal a citation, the forms are available


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The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, or Clery Act requires higher education institutions to give timely warnings of crimes that represent a threat to the safety of students or employees, and to make public their campus security policies. It also requires that

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The Clery Act: Right to Know

crime data is collected, reported and disseminated to the campus community and is also submitted to the Department of Education. The act is intended to provide students and their families, as higher education consumers, with accurate, complete and timely information about safety on campus so that they can make informed decisions by providing: 1) Policy disclosure 2) Records collection and retention 3) Information dissemination Hard copies of the Clery Act are available at our Police Department offices located on the San Marcos campus and also available on the Police Department website at www.palomar. edu/police. The Clery Act Report is available to all prospective students and employees upon request. For further information on the Clery Act, please contact the Records Division of the Police Department at 760 744-1150 ext. 3977.

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on the PCPD website or you can contact PCPD for the proper procedures and forms. Administrative Dismissal of one violation per calendar year may be granted for a “failure to display a valid parking permit” violation. You must show proof of purchase prior to issuance (date and time) of the citation. Administrative Dismissals apply equally to all students, faculty and staff members of the Palomar College District, and it applies to “No Permit Displayed” violations ONLY. The violator shall request the dismissal in a timely manner, within 21 calendar days of the date of issuance. This request will be reviewed by PCPD and may be granted at that time.

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ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Palomar College is wholly committed to the idea and ideals of academic integrity. Following are the five principles of academic integrity provided by the Center for Academic Integrity and adopted by the college.

HONESTY TRUST

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FAIRNESS RESPECT A copy of the Palomar College Statement on Academic Integrity can be obtained from the Student Affairs Office in SU-201 and can be accessed on the Palomar College web page.

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General Information ADMISSIONS POLICY

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Any information provided on the application for admissions is maintained for student record purposes and for reporting to state and federal agencies.The information you provide is voluntary and will be kept confidential.The social security number is required for financial aid and tax reporting purposes. Palomar College offers equal educational opportunities regardless of sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, or disability.The policy of Palomar Community College District is that, unless specifically exempted by statute or regulation, every course, course section, or class, reported for state aid, wherever offered and maintained by the District, shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the college and who meets such prerequisites as may be established pursuant to regulations contained in Article 2.5 (commencing with Section 55200) of Subchapter 1 of Chapter 6 of Division 6 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations. For more information, see the Palomar College Catalog under the admissions policy.

Accuracy

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Palomar College has made every reasonable effort to determine that information stated in the class schedule is accurate. Class numbers offered, as well as information contained herein, are subject to change without notice by the administration of Palomar College Additions, changes and deletions to the class schedule will be included in supplements. The College further reserves the right to add, amend, or repeal any of the rules, regulations, policies and procedures, consistent with applicable laws, or as it, in its sole discretion, deems appropriate for effective educational administration.

Equal Opportunity Policy

Palomar College offers equal educational and employment opportunities regardless of sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin or disability. It is the policy of the College that, unless exempted by statute, every course offered and maintained by the District shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the college and who meets the stated prerequisites for the course.

Sexual Harassment Policy

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It is the policy of the Palomar Community College District, in an effort to establish and maintain an environment in which the dignity and worth of all members of the college community are respected, that sexual harassment of students and employees is unacceptable conduct and will not be tolerated. Palomar College expressly prohibits such harassment of its students, employees, and those who seek to join the campus community in any capacity. Employees and students who violate this policy may be subject to disciplinary action up to or including termination or expulsion. Sexual harassment is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Act Amendments of 1972, and California Education Code Sections 210 through 214, inclusive. (The entire policy is available in Human Resources.)

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Americans with Disabilities Act

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Palomar Community College District will provide reasonable accommodation whenever possible to aid access to and participation in services, programs, facilities and activities.

General Disclaimer

The activities presented at Palomar College are for your enrichment and enjoyment. They are not an endorsement of any person or product.

Student Rights/Privacy of Student Records

Pursuant to CAC Title 5, section 54606 and subsequent sections, you may request an opportunity to inspect any and all student records related to you. In general, no person has access to your student record without your written consent. However, college officials with a legitimate educational interest have access without your permission. A Palomar ID number is now used for student identification. However, if you plan to receive or are receiving student financial aid, you must disclose your social security number to the Financial Aid Office.You will use your assigned Palomar ID number with all departments and services of the college. Directory information is maintained which includes name, address, the Palomar email address, telephone number, date of birth, and class schedule information. Palomar College does not disclose directory information without your consent. However, if you activate a student email account, it will display in the public electronic address book. Directory information will not be sold, used for commercial purposes, disclosed to the public, or given to government agencies for the purpose of making benefits determinations (other than for financial aid). However, the College will provide information to: 1. Prospective employers upon your request. Dates of attendance, program of study, and the degree granted will be provided to an employer only upon request. 2. The National Student Clearinghouse for purposes of enrollment verification, degree verification, and data matching services (for transfer follow-up research). 3. To colleges, universities, or government agencies to promote outreach to students and to enhance transfer. 4. To the California Student Aid Commission to facilitate the award of financial aid. 5. To the California Community College Chancellor’s Office for research and analysis purposes. If you do not want the College to provide directory information, please notify the Admissions Office within thirty (30) days of the start of the semester. If you do not want a student email address, please indicate your preference online. See www.palomar.edu, Student eServices.

Smoking Policy BP 3570

There shall be no smoking or use of tobacco-related products on Palomar Community College District property. The District shall provide and maintain a workplace and learning environment


Student Code of Conduct

Student conduct must conform to District and College rules and regulations. Student Discipline Procedures (AP5520) provide a prompt and equitable means to address violations of the Standards of Student Conduct, which guarantees to the student or students involved the due process rights guaranteed to them by the California and United States Constitutions. If a Student Code of Conduct violation occurs while a student is enrolled at Palomar College, he or she may be disciplined. The Standards of Conduct categories of behavior are not intended to be an exhaustive list, but are examples of causes and are good and sufficient causes for discipline, including but not limited to verbal and written reprimand, removal from class, probation, short-term and long-term suspension or expulsion of a student. Other misconduct not listed may also result in discipline if good cause exist (Education Code Section 76034). Whenever it has been determined that “good cause” exists for student discipline, the District shall notify the student in writing. The student must attend a disciplinary hearing to ensure due process rights. The code of conduct that details the standards is administered by the Director of Student Affairs. Also see BP 5030 titled Fees and BP 5130 titled Financial Aid which addresses consequences of disciplinary action. The complete Student Code of Conduct is available in the Office of Student Affairs, room SU-201, or on the Palomar College Student Affairs web page under policies.

I. Standards of Conduct (BP5500 Spring 2002)

Revised Standards of Conduct is under review and pending approval.

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To be considered for admissions, minors must have completed the eighth grade or reached the age of 15, and have permission of the local school district. Home-schooled minors may also enroll with permission of the local school district. Minors under 15 years of age, with permission from a public or private school, may enroll only in courses specified by the local school district or private school. Otherwise, minors under 15 years of age are limited to enrolling in special classes devoted to children, such as child development lab classes. Permission to enroll in other classes rests with the instructor. Credit earned is college credit and may also be used as high school credit with consent of the high school. See the Admissions Office for details.

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Special Admission for Accelerated Students

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As a consumer you have a right to know about your chances of college success. “Student Right-To-Know” (SRTK) refers to a Federally-mandated public disclosure of a college’s Completion Rate and Transfer Rate. The intent of SRTK is to provide to the consumer a statistic of comparable effectiveness, that they can use in the determination of college choice. See: http://www.cccco.edu/divisions/tris/mis/srtk.htm for further information as well as for specific college data.

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Student Right To Know

The following conduct shall constitute good cause for discipline, including but not limited to the removal, suspension, or expulsion of a student. A. Students are expected to avoid any type of dishonesty, including, but not limited to cheating, plagiarism, forgery, fabrication or counterfeiting documents, furnishing false information to the College, alteration or misuse of College documents or records, duplication of assignments, or aiding another in an act of dishonesty.Violations of the Academic Integrity Code include: • Cheating, plagiarism or false representation of another’s work as one’s own. • Forgery, alteration, or misuse of District documents or records. • Use of false identification. • Knowingly furnishing false information to the District. • Unauthorized use or misuse of District equipment. • Unauthorized access, use, or alteration of computer hardware, software, or data. • Obstruction or disruption of the educational process. • Soliciting or assisting another to do any of the above. All incidents of academic dishonesty should be reported to the Office of the Director of Student Affairs. This office maintains a record of these incidents and attempts to track for repeat offenders. Additionally, the Director of Student Affairs should be considered a resource person for students and staff desiring additional information or assistance with policy. B. Disturbance of the peace, which includes, but is not limited to, behavior which contributes to the obstruction or disruption of teaching, athletic events, meetings, or other College activities on or at any District property or facility, including but not limited to, classrooms, library, athletic field, locker room, bookstore, food service facility, student union, game room, any College office, parking lot, or roadway. C. Assault, battery, or any threat of force or violence, physical or verbal, upon a student, personnel, or visitor. D. Theft of, or damage to, or threat of damage to, property of the District or an employee, student, or visitor to a District facility. E. Unauthorized entry in to, or unauthorized use of District facilities, supplies, or equipment. F. Violations of District policies and regulations, including, but not limited to, regulations and policies related to parking, bicycles, skateboards, scooters, computer, telecommunications, campus vehicles, and any and all other District equipment, and policies and regulations related to student organizations, extracurricular activities and student and visitor symbolic expression. G. Unlawful use, possession, sale, or distribution of a “controlled substance” as the term is defined by the California Health and Safety Code, Section 11007, and that which is listed in any schedule in Sections 11054, 11056, 11057, or 11058; while on District premises or at any District sponsored activity. Attendance at any College function or event, or activity sponsored by the College while under the influence of a controlled substance.

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H. Disorderly conduct, including, but not limited to, inappropriate, disrespectful, insulting, and/or obscene language, alcoholic intoxication, lewd, indecent, or obscene conduct. I. Possession and/or consumption of any alcoholic beverage on any District property or in any District vehicle. J. Disruptive behavior, profanity or vulgarity, or defiance of faculty or staff, including but not limited to, cafeteria and bookstore employees, counselors and financial aid staff, campus police employees, other students or visitors to the College. K. Defiance or abuse of personnel, including but not limited to faculty, administrators, counselors, librarians, office staff, athletic coaches, club advisors, or campus police. L. Possession of any type of object that can be reasonably assumed to be a weapon or used as a weapon (as defined by the California Penal Code), on or at any District facility, or District sponsored event or activity. M. Willful or persistent smoking or use of tobacco products on College premises where smoking and use of tobacco products has been prohibited by regulations of the Governing Board of the College. N. Misuse of District computers, telephone, or telecommunications devices. It is the expectation of Palomar College that minor children will be under the constant supervision of parents or guardians (notwithstanding those minor children enrolled in Palomar College classes and programs) and that said parents or guardians are responsible for assuring appropriate behavior of minor children. Parents or guardians will be held responsible when the behavior of minor children constitutes a violation of the Palomar College Code of Conduct and these parents or guardians will be directed to remove the minor children from District facilities (classrooms, libraries, food services, operations, athletic events, public areas, etc.) should violations occur.

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This section provides information regarding the possible consequences for violations of the Palomar College Student Code of Conduct including incidents of academic dishonesty. Disciplinary actions may include: A. WARNING B. REPRIMAND C. REMOVAL BY THE INSTRUCTOR: Suspension from class for good cause, by a District instructor - for the day of the incident and for the following class meeting. Instructor’s decision is final, and may not be appealed. Instructors must notify the Office of the Director of Student Affairs when this sanction is utilized so that accurate records can be maintained and repeat offenders will be identified. (Ca. Ed. Code Sec. 76032). D. PROBATION E. RESTITUTION F. COMMUNITY SERVICE G. SUSPENSION

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Student Grievance Policy BP5530

POLICY: Students may initiate grievance procedures when they believe they have been subject to unjust action or the denial of rights as stipulated in published District policies/ procedures, state laws, or federal laws. Such action may be instituted by a student against another student, a staff member, a faculty member, or an administrator. When a student believes an injustice has been done, the student may seek redress as outlined in the Student Grievance Procedures. Any questions or concerns related to this policy should be directed to the Director of Student Affairs, Room SU-201. Phone: 760 744-1150 ext. 2595.

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PROCEDURE: Before initiating formal grievance procedures, you should first attempt to resolve your concern informally by meeting with the specific individual involved, that is, the other student, the professor, staff member, or administrator. If you believe the situation is such that meeting with the individual would be inappropriate, or you already met with the other person and failed to resolve the issue, you may proceed to the second step which is to meet with the next level supervisor. If dispute is not satisfactorily resolved through the informal resolution process, the student may submit a formal grievance to the Director of Student Affairs. Appointments with the Director of Student Affairs may be scheduled in the Office of Student Affairs or by calling 760 744-1150, ext. 2595. Grade disputes are not a part of the Student Grievance Policy. Please see Student Grade Disputes.

Student Grade Disputes

According to Title V, §55025, “The determination of the student’s grade by the instructor shall be final in the absence of mistake, fraud, bad faith, or incompetency.” Students who wish to dispute a final course grade under the criteria listed above must follow the Student Grade Dispute Policy and Procedures, which can be found on the Office of Instruction Web site. All grade disputes must be initiated within one semester of the grade in question being issued.

Academic Freedom

The instructional program at Palomar College shall be conducted in accordance with principles of academic freedom of inquiry. The educational program must encourage freedom of expression and freedom of inquiry within the framework of responsibility. Palomar College considers academic freedom, defined by its attendant rights and responsibilities, as a vital, primary force in the achievement of the aims and objectives of the institution. Academic freedom involves inherently the following rights and responsibilities:


• To question and challenge, without fear of censorship or discipline, those actions originating from within the institution which seriously affect the total academic environment • To introduce, within the assigned teaching area, controversial concepts, issues, and systems, subjecting these ideas to the test of objective reasoning • To create an unhampered and clear intellectual atmosphere democratically maintained, encouraged, and supported by students, staff, administration, and members of the Governing Board

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• To associate with those individuals or groups of one’s choice without fear of censorship or discipline, unless such association is forbidden by law At no time will the inherent right of staff to use any of the normal channels of campus communication be abridged, nor will individual staff members be singled out for special prior

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• To survey, probe, and question the relationship of humans to their environment within the guidelines of research techniques and intelligent discussion

censorship of their use of such channels of communication. It is understood that staff members exercising this right will accept responsibility for both the substance and the manner of their messages. The college or university teacher is a citizen, a member of a learned profession, and an officer of an educational institution. When he/she speaks or writes as a citizen, he/she should be free from institutional censorship or discipline, but his/her special position in the community imposes special obligations. As a person of learning and an educational officer, he/she should remember that the public may judge his/her profession and institution by his/ her utterances. Therefore, he/she should at all times be accurate, show respect for the opinions of others, and make every effort to indicate that he/she is not an institutional spokesperson. Palomar College encourages freedom of expression and the free flow and exchange of information and ideas. The College seeks to protect academic freedom and supports free and unfettered scholarly inquiry. In compliance with these requirements, the College encourages faculty, staff, and student involvement with others in support of candidates for offices or in the furtherance of other political activities. Also see BP/AP 7370 titled Use of District Resources for Political Activity and BP 2716 titled Political Activity.

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• To research to the limit of competence and training, the assigned teaching area and its references

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of our community. We do not tolerate hate on campus, and we condemn in the strongest possible terms the abuse of those who are lesbians, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning. We are committed, in compliance with the guidelines of AB 537 and all applicable state and federal laws, to create a safe, secure environment where real and open communication, trust and acceptance can begin to take root

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religious, ethnic, and racial diversity.

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Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) Planning to transfer but don't yet know where? Let IGETC be your guide. IGETC (Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum) will guide you in choosing classes which will fulfill lower-division general education requirements for transfer to any California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) campus. If you complete and certify your IGETC program at a community college, you will not be required to take lower-division general education courses at your transfer institution.

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Even if you don't know to which UC or CSU campus you are transferring, or what your major will be, the IGETC plan provides a road map for your education so you feel confident that your classes will count toward your bachelor's degree, and you won't waste your time. Following the IGETC plan doesn't mean you can't take other courses that interest you; they may transfer as electives or count toward your major. If you're considering a private college or university, the IGETC plan may still be a good one to follow, as most private schools require a similar core of lowerdivision course work. Check with the Counseling Center to determine if the IGETC pattern is accepted at the private institution you are considering. Some of the course requirements listed below may be fulfilled through Advanced Placement exams or courses from other colleges. If you are planning to major in engineering, the sciences, or another field requiring heavy lower-division major preparation, check with a counselor or the Palomar College Transfer Center to make sure IGETC is the best plan for you.

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IGETC Courses for 2013-2014 +(FXX) - Indicates approval date of course for an area - course taken prior to date indicated would not be acceptable AREA 1: ENGLISH COMMUNICATION

CSU: 9 semester units - 3 courses required, one from each group below. UC: 6 semester units - 2 courses required, one each from Groups A and B. 1A. English Composition: ENG 100 1B. Critical Thinking - English Composition: ENG 202, 203; PHIL 115+(F92) 1C. Oral Communication (CSU requirement only): SPCH 100 AREA 2: MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING

3 semester units - 1 course required 2.

MATH 110, 120, 130, 135, 140, 141, 200+(F92), 205, 206, 245+(F07); PSYC 205+(F96); SOC 205+(F96)

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9 semester units - 3 courses required, with at least 1 from Arts and 1 from Humanities, and an additional course from either category 3A. Arts: AIS 104, 105, 135; ARCH 120+(F07), 121+(F07); ART 100, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168; CINE 100, 102, 103, 110, 120+(F95), 122; DNCE 100, 101, 102, 105; GC 115; MCS 115; MUS 100, 101, 102, 170+(F92), 171+(F96); PHOT 125; TA 100, 140, 141, 150

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3B. Humanities: AIS 100, 145, 150; AMS 100, 105; ANTH 135, 155; ARAB 201, 201A+(F06), 201B+(F06); AS 115, 116; CHIN 201+(F01); CINE 123; CS 100, 105, 110, 115, 130, 135, 155; ENG 205, 210, 211, 215, 220, 221, 225, 226, 230, 240, 245, 250, 255, 260, 265, 270+(F93), 280, 290; FREN 201+(F97), 202+(F97); GC 102; GERM 201+(F97), 202+(F97); HIST 105, 106; HUM 100, 101; ITAL 201+(F01); JAPN 201+(F97), 202+F(97); JS 106; MCS 120, 122, 124, 125; PHIL 100, 101, 103, 105, 110, 135, 136; RS 101, 105, 106, 108, 110, 124; SPAN 201+(F97), 201A+(F08), 201B+(F08), 202+(F97) AREA 4: SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

9 semester units - 3 courses required from at least 2 disciplines 4. AIS 101, 102, 110, 115, 120, 125, 130, 140, 165+(F96); AJ 100+(F92); AMS 110, 200+(F95); ANTH 105, 107, 110, 115, 125, 126+(F96), 130, 140; AS 100, 101, 102, 110, 120, 125, 126+(F96); CHDV 100; COMM 100+(F92), 105+(F92); CS 101, 102, 120, 125+(F93); ECON 100, 101, 102, 110, 115, 120; ENG 150; GCMW 100+(F10); GEOG 103, 105; HIST 101, 102, 107, 108, 121+(F07), 130, 140, 141, 150+(F95), 151+(F95); JS 107; MCS 100, 110, 125, 165+(F93), 200+(F95); POSC 100, 101, 102, 110; PSYC 100, 105+(F05), 110, 120, 125, 130+(F08), 225+(F07), 235+(F07); RS 102, 107 108; SOC 100, 105+(F05), 110, 115, 120, 125, 130, 135; 200+(F95); SPCH 120+(F93) AREA 5: PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Minimum of 7-9 semester units - 2 courses required, 1 from each group below Lab only courses are identified with an "L" and courses with a lab included are underlined 5A. Physical Sciences: ASTR 100, 105L, 120; CHEM 100, 104, 105, 110, 110L, 115, 115L, 205+(F07), 210+(F92), 220, 221; ES 100, 115; GEOG 100, 100L, 110+(F92), 115+(F98), 125+(F08); GEOL 100, 100L, 120, 125+(F08), 150, 150L; OCN 100, 100L, 101+(F96); PHSC 100, 100L; PHYS 101, 102, 120, 121, 200, 201, 230, 231, 232

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5B. Biological Sciences: ANTH 100, 100L, 101; BIOL 100, 101, 101L, 102+(F93), 105, 106, 110, 114+(F98), 114L+(F00), 118+(F93), 118L+(F98), 130, 131, 131L, 135+(F09), 200, 201; BOT 100, 101, 101L; MICR 200, PSYC 210; ZOO 100, 101, 101L, 120, 135+(F09), 145+(F92), 145L+(F93), 200, 203+(F93) 5C. Laboratory Activity: Complete any lab course above in Area 5A or 5B. The lab and lecture courses must be related subjects. AREA 6: LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH (UC requirem ent only) Proficiency equivalent to two years of high school study in the same language. Official high school transcripts required. 6.

ARAB 101, 101B+(F06); ASL 100+(F02); CHIN 101; FREN 101; GERM 101; ITAL 101+(F97); JAPN 101; SPAN 101, 101B

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6 semester units - Not part of IGETC, but may be completed prior to transfer. Complete one pair of courses. AIS 101&102; AS 101&102; CS 101&102; HIST 101&102; HIST 140&141; POSC 101&102

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California State University General Education (CSU GE) The following list will assist you in choosing courses to fulfill lower-division general education breadth requirements for transfer to any California State University (CSU). GE Breadth requires a minimum of 39 lower-division semester units, which may be certified by California Community Colleges. Partial certification may be granted by Area (A, B, C, D or E) or full certification may be granted if all areas and units are completed. To be eligible for admission to CSU you should:

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> Consult a counselor for specific information regarding major prep and additional GE requirements.

CSU GE Courses for 2013-2014 +(FXX) - Indicates approval date of course for an area - course taken prior to date indicated woud not be acceptable. # From Fall 1991 through Summer 2006, PHIL 101 may meet either Area A3 or Area C2. Beginning in Fall 2006, PHIL 101 may only meet Area C2. AREA A: ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION AND CRITICAL THINKING

9 semester units - 3 courses required, 1 from each group below. A1. Oral Communication (Minimum grade of 'C' required): SPCH 100

A2. Written Communication (Minimum grade of 'C' required): ENG 100 A3. Critical Thinking (Minimum grade of 'C' required): ENG 202, 203; PHIL 102, 115, 120; READ 120; SPCH 105 AREA B: SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING

9 semester units - minimum of 3 courses required, 1 from each group below. Lab only courses are identified with an "L" and courses with a lab included are underlined.

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> Complete a minimum of 60 CSU transferable semester units with a 'C' average (2.0) or better. > Complete at least 30 of those units from the GE courses listed below including all of Area A (Communication in English Language/Critical Thinking) and Area B4 (Math/Quantitative Reasoning) with grades of 'C' or better. Be aware that most campuses require completion of Areas A and B4 by Spring for Fall transfer, by Summer for Spring transfer, and by Fall for Winter transfer.

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> Check with the individual campus website for updated transfer admission requirements.

B2. Life Science: ANTH 100, 100L, 101; BIOL 100, 101, 101L, 102, 105, 106, 110, 114, 114L, 118, 118L, 130, 131, 131L, 135+(F09), 200, 201; BOT 100, 101, 101L; MICR 200, PSYC 210; ZOO 100, 101, 101L, 120, 135+(F09), 145, 145L, 200, 203

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B1. Physical Science: ASTR 100, 105L, 120; CHEM 100, 104, 105, 110, 110L, 115, 115L, 205+(F07), 210, 220, 221; ES 100, 115; GEOG 100, 100L, 110, 115, 125; GEOL 100, 100L, 110, 120, 125, 150, 150L; OCN 100, 100L, 101; PHSC 100, 100L, 101, 101L; PHYS 101, 102, 120, 121, 200, 201, 230, 231, 232

AREA C: ARTS AND HUMANITIES

9 semester units - 3 courses required, with at least 1 from Arts and 1 from Humanities, and 1 additional from either category C1. Arts (Arts, Cinema, Dance, Music, Theatre): AIS 104, 105, 135; ARCH 120, 121, 155+(F07); ART 100, 102, 104, 105, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168; CINE 100, 102, 103, 110, 120, 122; CS 135; DNCE 100, 101, 102, 105; FASH 130; GC 101, 115; ID 115+(F09), 120+(F09); MCS 115, 157; MUS 100, 101, 102, 103, 170, 171; PHOT 125; RTV 100; TA 100, 140, 141, 150, 157 C2. Humanities (Literature, Philosophy, Language other than English): AIS 100, 108A, 108B, 145, 150, 153, 154, 166A, 166B, 207A, 207B; AMS 100, 105; ANTH 135, 155; ARAB 101,101A, 101B, 102, 102A, 102B, 201, 201A, 201B; AS 115, 116; ASL 100, 101, 110, 205, 206; CHIN 101, 102, 201; CINE 123; CS 100, 105, 110, 115, 130, 135, 155; ENG 205, 210, 211, 215, 220, 221, 225, 226, 230, 240, 245, 250, 255, 260, 265, 270, 280, 290; ESL 101, 102, 103; FL 108A, 108B, 207A, 207B; FREN 101, 102, 201, 202; GC 102; GERM 101, 102, 201, 202; HIST 105, 106; HUM 100, 101; ITAL 101, 102, 201; JAPN 101, 102, 201, 202; JS 106; MCS 120, 122, 124, 125; PHIL 100, 101#, 103, 105, 110, 135, 136, 250; RS 101, 105, 106, 108, 110, 124; SPAN 101, 101A, 101B, 102, 102A, 102B, 201, 201A, 201B, 202 AREA D: SOCIAL SCIENCES

9 semester units - 3 courses required from at least 2 disciplines D. AIS 101, 102, 110, 115, 120, 125, 130, 140, 165; AJ 100; AMS 104, 110, 200; ANTH 105, 107, 110, 115, 125, 126, 130, 137, 140; AS 100, 101, 102, 110, 120, 125, 126; CHDV 100, 110, 115; COMM 100, 105; CS 101, 102, 120, 125; ECON 100, 101, 102, 110, 115, 120; ENG 150; FASH 132; FCS 101; GCMW 100+(F09); GEOG 103, 105; HIST 101, 102, 107, 108, 121+(F07), 130, 140, 141, 150, 151; JS 107; MCS 100, 110, 125, 165, 200; POSC 100, 101, 102, 110; PSYC 100, 105+(F05), 110, 120, 130, 225+(F07), 235+(F07); RS 102, 107, 108; SOC 100, 105+(F05), 110, 115, 120, 130, 135, 200; SPCH 120, 131 AREA E: LIFELONG LEARNING AND SELF-DEVELOPMENT

3 semester units - 1 course required E. AODS 150+(F08); BIOL 185; CHDV 100+(F05); COUN 110, 115, 120+(F02); CSIT 105; FCS 105, 150, 165, 185; HE 100, 165; PSYC 105, 115, 125, 145, 150+(F08); READ 110; SOC 105, 125, 130, 145, 150+(F08); SPCH 115; *Military Service

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B4. Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning (Minimum grade of 'C' required): MATH 100, 105, 106, 110, 115, 120, 130, 135, 140, 141, 200, 205, 206, 245+(F08); PSYC 205, SOC 205

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B3. Laboratory Activity: Complete any lab course above in Area B1 or B2. The lab and lecture courses must be related subjects.

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* The CSU Chancellor's Office will accept a minimum of 3 units of ACE recommended credit for Basic/Recruit Training. Refer to the Associate Degree District Requirements, under Health and Kinesiology, or see a Counselor for more information. CSU REQUIREMENT IN U.S. HISTORY, CONSTITUTION, AND AMERICAN IDEALS

Complete one pair of courses Although this requirement is not mandatory for certification, it is required for graduation from all CSU campuses. AIS 101&102; AS 101&102; CS 101&102; HIST 101&102; HIST 140&141; POSC 101&102

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Addresses for Off-Campus Classes - Fall 2013

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CBLST

Cobblestone Village Apartments 360 East Washington, Escondido

OCSFD

City of Oceanside Fire Dept. 300 N. Coast Highway, Oceanside

CNTRB

San Diego Center for the Blind 1385 Bonair Road,Vista

PALAFC

Pala Fitness Center 12196 Pala Mission Road, Pala

Palomar College-Camp Pendleton Building 1331, Oceanside

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ENCFD

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City of Encinitas Fire Dept. 505 S.Vulcan Avenue, Encinitas

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NCFFD

City of Escondido Fire Dept. 201 N. Broadway, Escondido Felicita Elementary School 737 W. 13TH Avenue, Escondido Fallbrook Union High School S. Mission & Stage Coach, Fallbrook Hodges Golf Center 12675 Sunset Drive, Escondido

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R-SB

Lincoln Elementary School 1029 N. Broadway, Escondido

N. Co Fire Protection District 315 E. Ivy Street, Fallbrook

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SD Electrical Training Trust 4675 Viewridge Avenue, Ste. D, San Diego

SDETTIV

SD Elect Training, Imp Valley 2420 Imperial Business Park Drive, Imperial

SDSMJA

SD Sheet Metal Jnt Apprentice 4596 Mission Gorge Place, San Diego

SDTC Palomar College - Pauma 1010 Pauma Reservation Road, Pauma Valley

San Diego Training Center 8595 Miralani Drive, San Diego

SMFIRE

City of San Marcos Fire Dept. 1 Civic Center Drive, San Marcos

Poway Fire Department 13050 Community Rd., Poway

SMHS

San Marcos High School 1615 San Marcos Blvd., San Marcos

Pala Mission 3015 Pala Mission Road, Pala Paseo del Oro Apartments 432 W. Mission Road, San Marcos

Public Safety Training Center 184 Santar Place, San Marcos Riverside/San Bernardino JATC 1655 E. Riverview Drive, San Bernardino

RHS

Ramona High School 1401 Hanson Lane, Ramona

RSFFD

Rancho SantaFe Fire Protection 16936 El Fuego/PO Box 410, Rancho Sante Fe

Mission Middle School 939 E. Mission Avenue, Escondido

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SDETT

ST FRANCIS St. Francis Catholic Church 525 West Vista Way,Vista SVA

Sierra Vista Apartment Complex 422 Los Vallecitos Drive, San Marcos

THBRD

Thunderbird 26351 N. Center City Parkway, Escondido

VTAFD

City of Vista Fire Department 600 Eucalyptus Avenue,Vista


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Palomar College’s New Planetarium Is Now Open! And presenting public planetarium shows every Friday night! Visit the Planetarium soon to learn What’s Up

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• Experience the Digistar 4 as it highlights prominent celestial objects that are visible from San Diego skies • See current constellations

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• Explore evening planets • Get the latest astronomical news • Enjoy fulldome presentation on astronomical topics that are both educational and entertaining

Plus on Fridays free telescope viewing is available on the planetarium patio (weather permitting). For information on show times, ticket options and prices check: www.palomar.edu/planetarium

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ACCOUNTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Add/Drop Timetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Addresses of Off-Campus Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-10 Admissions, Records and Evaluations . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Advisement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 AFRICANA STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG STUDIES . . . 10-11 AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 AMERICAN STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Americans with Disabilities Act . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 ANATOMY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ANTHROPOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-15 APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ARABIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ARCHITECTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 ART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-20 ART - DESIGN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 ART - ILLUSTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 ASTRONOMY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 ATHLETICS & COMPETITIVE SPORTS . . . . . . . 20-21 Auditing a Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Auditing Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 AVIATION SCIENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-22 BACTERIOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 BIOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131 BOTANY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 BUSINESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-26 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 CABINET & FURNITURE TECHNOLOGY . . . 26-28 Calendar, Fall 2013 & Spring 2014 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 California State University General Education Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Camp Pendleton Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102, 116 Career Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 CHEMISTRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29 CHICANO STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 CHILD DEVELOPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-32 CHINESE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 CINEMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33 Class Repeatability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Class Schedule/How to Plan your Classes . . . . . . . . . 2 Class Schedule/Legend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 COMMUNICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 COMPUTER SCIENCE & INFORMATION SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-35 CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37 Corequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 COUNSELING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-38 Counseling Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Counseling for Student-Athletes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 DANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-40 Dates & Deadlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside front cover Delinquent Debt Collection Charge . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 DENTAL ASSISTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41 DIESEL MECHANICS TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . 41 DIGITAL BROADCAST ARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-42 Directions to Seven College Locations . . . . . . . . . . 116 DISABILITY RESOURCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-43 Disability Resource Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Distance Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103-106 DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Dropping a Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 EARTH SCIENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 ECONOMICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-45 EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Education Sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102

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EMERGENCY MEDICAL EDUCATION . . . . . . 45-47 ENGINEERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-48 ENGLISH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-51 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE . . . . . . . 51-53 English Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Enrollment Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Enrollment Fee Refund Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Enrollment Fee Waiver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Escondido Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99-101, 116 Escondido Counseling Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 ETHNIC STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Extended Opportunity Programs & Services . . . . . 125 Fallbrook Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102, 116 FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES . . . . . . . . . . . 53-54 FASHION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54-55 Final Exam schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123-124 Financial Aid & Scholarships Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 FIRE TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-56 FIRST AID AND SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 Flexible Scheduling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110-115 FOREIGN LANGUAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 FRENCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134-137 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS . . . . . . . 56 GEOGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-57 GEOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 GERMAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Grades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Grading (Pass/No Pass) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58-60 HEALTH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-61 Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Health Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 HISTORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61-63 HUMANITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Información en español . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 INSURANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 INTERIOR DESIGN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 International Student Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 INTERNSHIP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 ITALIAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63-64 JAPANESE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 JOURNALISM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 JUDAIC STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 KINESIOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-65 Late Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114-115 Learning Communities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5, 66 LEGAL STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 LIBRARY TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 LIFE SCIENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 LINGUISTICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Map – San Marcos Campus . . . . . . . . Inside back cover MATHEMATICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66-72 Mathematics Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Matriculation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 MEDICAL ASSISTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 METEOROLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 MICROBIOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72-73 Mission Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 MULTICULTURAL STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 MUSIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73-76 Non-Credit Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107-109 Non-Payment of Fees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Non-Resident Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 NURSING EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76-78 NUTRITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Occupational & Noncredit Programs . . . . . . 107-109 OCEANOGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Off Campus Addresses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140

OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . 78-79 Offices Frequently Called . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Online Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103-106 Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 PARAMEDIC (See EMERGENCY MEDICAL EDUCATION) Parking, Traffic Regulations, and Fees . . . . . . . . . 132-133 Pauma Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102, 116 Payment Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 PHILOSOPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79-80 Phone Numbers & Locations of Offices . . . . . . . . . . . 2 PHOTOGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80-81 PHYSICAL EDUCATION (See KINESIOLOGY) PHYSICAL SCIENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 PHYSICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81-82 PHYSIOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 POLITICAL SCIENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Prerequisites. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 PSYCHOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82-85 Public Telephones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144 PUBLIC WORKS MANAGEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 RADIO AND TELEVISION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 READING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85-87 Reading Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Repeatability Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 REAL ESTATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87-88 RECREATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Refund Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 RELIGIOUS STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Returned Check Charge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 SAFETY AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT . . . . . . 88 Schedule Legend. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Sexual Harassment Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 SELF-PACED OPEN-ENTRY/OPEN-EXIT . . . . . . . 115 SIGN LANGUAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Smoking Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 SOCIOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88-90 SPANISH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90-92 SPEECH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92-93 STEM Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Student Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Student Activity Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Student Affairs Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Student Center Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 Student Code of Conduct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Student Health Fees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 Student Representation Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 Student Representation Fee Waiver . . . . . . . . . . . .1121 Student Rights/Privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Student Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125-126 Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Teaching and Learning Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 THEATRE ARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93-95 Transcript Fees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 Transfer Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 TRIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 Tuition & Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 TUTORING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Tutoring Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 UPHOLSTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Video Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Veterans’ Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 WASTEWATER TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95-96 WATER TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . 96 WELDING TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96-97 Withdrawing from a course. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 WOMEN’S STUDIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 WOOD TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 WORK EXPERIENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 ZOOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97-98


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505A Admin. Offices

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503 402A

Lab Prep

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201A

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401B Life Science Lab Prep

C. From the south, exit I-15 on Via Rancho Parkway and go east (right) on Via Rancho Parkway. Via Rancho becomes Bear Valley Parkway. Continue on Bear Valley Parkway until you get to Midway Drive. Turn left on Midway. The Escondido Center is on your left as you approach East Valley Parkway.

Restroom

203A 203

Restroom

202

201

401A

501

EMERGENCY EXIT

203B 203C

Book Store

B. From the north, proceed south on I-15 to El Norte Parkway. Proceed east on El Norte Parkway to Midway Drive. Turn right (south) on Midway Drive and proceed to East Valley Parkway.

103

204

Student Lounge

502

102

Parking Students must display a parking permit and park in designated student parking. A daily permit may be purchased from a machine to the left of the main entrance of the building.

Computer Lab

401 Library and TV College

101

500F

602

601

EMERGENCY EXIT

Reading/Writing Study

500E Restroom

6 7 8

Reception

500A

500D

Computer Lab

5 4 3

500

500C

Restroom

507 Teaching & Learning Center

500B

Health Services

Tutoring Supplemental Instruction

10

2

800 wing detail shown below

Admissions Student Services

9

MAIN ENTRANCE

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602A 610E 610 610 610 610 D C B A

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ESL Offices

606

604

605

603

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PARKING LOT #1

700

700A

Art Room

707

701

812A

808I

825

803A 803

805

804

808E 808F 808G

Restroom

801

Restroom

803B

808H 808L

808M 812A

808K

808N

808J

808

808D 808C 808B 808A

809 807

813

812 810

806

814

Restroom

816D

816

824

811

815

816A 816B 816C

809

818

819

820

821

Men’s Restroom

822

Women’s Restroom

EME Offices

Palomar College Escondido Child Development Center

GENERAL INFO

706

Enter from Midway Drive

707A

Restroom

EMERGENCY EXIT

705

801A

PARKING LOT # 3

Faculty Workroom

205

206

403

CREDIT CLASSES

302

A. From the west, proceed east on Hwy. 78, which becomes Lincoln. Continue east on Lincoln to Midway Drive. Turn right (south) on Midway Drive and proceed to East Valley Parkway.

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ESCONDIDO CENTER

303

SITES

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304

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING DISTANCE EDUCATION

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Directions to Escondido Center 1951 E. Valley Parkway, Esc., CA 92027

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ESL Computer Lab

505

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Valley Parkway

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PALOMAR COLLEGE Escondido Center Room & Parking Map

Midway Drive www.palomar.edu

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Index Map, San Marcos Campus

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Department/Office . . . . . . . . . . .Building Academic Technology Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LL Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A Admissions/Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Adjunct Faculty Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NS American Indian Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MD Apprenticeship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA-138 Art Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C Assessment Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU-1 Assoc. Student Govt. (ASG). . . . . . . . . SU-102 Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O Athletic Training Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O-5 Audio Visual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LL Automotive Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ITC Behavioral Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MD Boehm Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-31 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU Business Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MD Cafeteria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU California English School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CES Campus Police . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CP Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU-17 Cashier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NS Children’s Center . . . . . . . . CDA,CDB,CDC Cinema/Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . U-9 Comet Center/ Student Affairs . . . . . . SU-201 Communications Department. . . . . . . . . . . U Computer-Assisted Instruction . . . . . . . . . . LL Cooperative Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST-54 Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O Dental Assisting Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HS Design & Consumer Education . . . . . . . . P-8 Disability Resource Center . . . . . . . . . DSPS Dome (Gymnasium). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G Drafting Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-10 Earth Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NS Educational Television. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ETV Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NS English. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P-2 English Dept. Computer Classroom . . . . . . BE English Dept. Writing Center . . . . . . . . . . . BE EOPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA-141 ESL Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-17/A-20 Evaluations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Faculty-Staff Lounge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU-40 Family & Consumer Sciences. . . . . . . . . . . FCS Fashion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NB Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC First Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO Foreign Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-5 Foreign Language Lab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-1 Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA-130 Governing Board Room. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Graphic Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . MD Gymnasium (Dome). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HC Howard Brubeck Theatre . . . . . . . . . . . . PAC

Department/Office . . . . . . . . . . .Building Human Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ST-1 Instruction Office. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA-104 Interior Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IT International Education . . . . . . . . . . . . SU-103 Journalism. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MD Learning Resource Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . LL LGBTQ Resource Center . . . . . . . . . . . ST-72 Library/Media Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LL Life Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NS Lost & Found . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Campus Police Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E Mathematics Learning Ctr.. . . . . . . . . . . . . E-2 Media Center (Library) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LL Multidisciplinary Building . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MD Music Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D Natural Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NS Nursing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HS Occupational & Noncredit Programs . . AA-135 Performance Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-10 Performing Arts Complex . . . . . . . . . . . . PAC Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NS PIC Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU-202 Planetarium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pl Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CP President’s Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LL Public Affairs Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PAO Radio/Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . U-9 Reading Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RC Receiving & Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NS Snack Shack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RF Social Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MD Speech/Forensics/ASL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IT-7 Staff Building. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AA/ST Student Access & Assessment Center. . . SU-1 Student Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU-201 Student Government (ASG) . . . . . . . . SU-102 Student Health Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NO Student Job Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Student Lounge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU-101 Student Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Student Union . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SU Studio/Dance (STDIO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . MB-1 Studio Six (Performing Arts) . . . . . . . . . . . D-6 Theatre (temporary) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TH Trades & Industry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . T Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Transfer Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC TRIO Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TCB-4 Tutoring Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LL Veterans’ Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SSC Warehouse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS Weight Room. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CT Wellness/Fitness Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . WFC

Building . . . . . . . . . . Department/Office Wrestling Room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G-3 A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administration; Cashier; ESL Center; Human Resources; AA/ST. . . . . . Apprenticeship Programs; EOPS; Human Resources; Instructional Services; LGBTQ Resource Center;Vocational Programs C. . . . . . . . . . . . Art Complex; Boehm Gallery CD-A,-B,-C . . . . . . . . . . . . Children’s Center CES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . California English School NB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fashion CT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weight Training D. . . . . . . . . Music Complex; Performing Arts DSPS. . . . . . . . . . . Disability Resource Center E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mathematics ETV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Educational Television F . . . . . . . . . . . World Languages; Photography FCS . . . . . . . . . . . Family & Consumer Science G. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gymnasium/Dome GJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Performing Arts PAC. . . . . . . . . . . . . Performing Arts Complex, Howard Brubeck Theatre HS. . . Dental Assisting Lab, Nursing Education IT . . . . . . . . Drafting; Interior Design; Welding Speech/Forensics/ASL ITC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Automotive Technology LL (Library) . . . . . . . . . Library/Media Center; President’s Office; Tutoring Center; Academic Technology Lab; DRC Adapted Lab M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Men’s Locker Room MD . . . . . . . . . . . . . .American Indian Studies; Behavioral Sciences; Business Administration; Graphic Communications; Journalism; Social Sciences NS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Engineering, Life Sciences, Physics O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletics, Dance Studio PAO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Public Affairs Office Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Planetarium Q . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electronics RC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reading Center RF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Snack Shack RS . . . . . . . . . . Receiving/Storage; Warehouse HC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Aid/Health Services SSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Admissions/Registration; Counseling; Evaluations; Financial Aid; Governing Board Room; Records; Student Services;Transfer Center;Veteran’s Services SU . . . . . . . . . . . Assoc. Student Govt. (ASG); Career Center, Comet Center/Student Affairs; Student Access & Assessment Center SW . . . . . . . . . Swimming Pool; Locker Rooms T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trades & Industry TCB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TRIO Program U. . . . . . . Cinema/Communications; Radio/TV WFC . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wellness/Fitness Center

Public Telephones are located at the following buildings: A, D, DSPS, G, LL, SSC, SU

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