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What I learned in the Professional Fiduciary Management for Conservators program has given me the understanding, knowledge and confidence to enter a very needed and interesting field. I am working as a caregiver to get hands-on experience, making visits to probate court and getting ready to take the exam soon. I am grateful for this program. Thank you for the scholarship! Judy Terella, Patent Paralegal, Cameron Health

DEVELOPED

NEW TECHNIQUES . . .

The most helpful thing about the Certificate in Legal Interpretation (Spanish/English) was that classes targeted the different modes of interpretation – simultaneous, consecutive and sight. I got a good feel for what each one of them entailed and developed a technique for each. I intend to start looking for employment as an interpreter as soon as I receive my badge from the Judicial Council. I also hope to teach interpreting at some point. I can’t wait to start practicing in real life what I’ve been working so hard for!

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Real People. Real Stories.

KNOWLEDGE AND CONFIDENCE . . .

results

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ONLINE INSTRUCTORS . . .

I was concerned about taking online courses, but that disappeared after I discovered that our instructors videotaped themselves. It was nice to actually see and hear our instructors, even though the classes were all online. Diane K. Thomas, Administrative Assistant

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EXPERIENCES AND SOLUTIONS. . .

I liked how we worked in groups in many of the Human Resources Certificate classes. This allowed students to voice human resources situations and issues that they were actually experiencing. It was helpful to see that some situations are common in many industries, and to learn how to deal with them. Jennifer Ng

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TABLE OF CONTENTS BUSINESS Business Analyst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Professional Office Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

CHILDREN’S/TEEN PROGRAMS Children’s/Teen Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

COMPUTER FORENSICS Computer Forensics I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS Geographic Information Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

GREEN/SUSTAINABILITY Applied Sustainability: Gateway to Economic Growth . . . . . 27 Commercial Building Energy Auditing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Green Building . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Green Data Center Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

HEALTHCARE

CRIME Crime and Intelligence Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

EDUCATION GATE Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Postsecondary Reading and Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Healthcare Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

HUMAN RESOURCES Human Resources Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

Clear Credential Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Java Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Current Issues: Bullying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Microsoft Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

ASCD-Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Perl Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Virtual Ed.-Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

User Experience and Usability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

ENGINEERING

INTERPRETATION & TRANSLATION

Industrial Controls Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Legal Interpretation (Spanish/English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

LabVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Healthcare Interpreting (Spanish/English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

FIDUCIARY MANAGEMENT Professional Fiduciary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Fiduciary Licensing Test Prep Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

FULLERTON ARBORETUM

Professional Translation (Spanish/English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Legal Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/English) . . 41

LEADERSHIP Leadership Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Fullerton Arboretum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

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TABLE OF CONTENTS LEAN/SIX SIGMA

General Information

Six Sigma, Yellow Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Who May Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Four Ways to Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Six Sigma, Black Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 The Art and Science of Effective Management . . . . . . . . . . 46

Computer Access for Hands-on Online or TITANium Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Project Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Supply Chain Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Student I.D., Social Security Number & PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS

Class Changes and Withdrawals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Cancelled Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Master of Science in Counseling in Garden Grove . . . . . . . 50

Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Master of Social Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Applied Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Open University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

MEETING PLANNING Professional Meeting Planning and Special Events . . . . . . . 51

OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE Osher Lifelong Learning Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

PRIVATE INVESTIGATION Private Investigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

TEST PREPARATION Test Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Academic Information: Credit Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Academic Information: CEU Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Certificate Requirements: Study Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Titan Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Purchase of Textbooks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Scholarships Available . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Financial Assistance for Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . 60 University Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 University Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61

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Financial Assistance for Continuing Education

F O U R W AY S T O R E G I S T E R

University Extended Education (UEE) provides information that may qualify students to participate in a variety of financial assistance programs. Please read the guidelines below and then visit the websites listed for additional information about loan applications and procedures. UEE provides these financial assistance links as a service to our students, and does not endorse or have an affiliation with any of the organizations highlighted here.

UEE Guidelines • Arrangements for any financial assistance must be made prior to registration in UEE classes • Full payment of class fees is due at the time of registration • Financial aid is in the form of loans paid directly to students

Financial Links

1. Online: www.csufextension.org

CSUF School Code: #00113700. SALLIE MAE Loan Program Smart Option Loan 888.272.5543 www.salliemae.com

­­ 2. Telephone: 657.278.2611 Mon.-Thurs.: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fri.: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat.: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

CITIZENS BANK Loan Program CEL-Continuing Education Loan 800.708.6684 www.citizensbank.com

WELLS FARGO BANK Loan Program Wells Fargo Education Connection Loan 800.658.3567 e-mail: studentloans@wellsfargoefs.com

3. In Person • College Park, Suite 100 Mon.-Thurs.: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fri.: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat.: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. • CSUF Garden Grove Center 12901 Euclid Street Mon.-Thurs.: 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Fri.: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat.: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

4. Mail Send the completed registration form with your check, money order or credit card information to: For information about policies, please refer to pages 54-62 Although this catalog was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time, all information is subject to change without notice or obligation including instructors, the class meeting times and locations, class offerings and class descriptions, and statements of tuition and fees.

University Extended Education Registration Cal State Fullerton P.O. Box 6870 Fullerton, CA 92834-6870

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Business

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Professional Office Administration

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Business Analyst The Program This program has been designed to help participants develop an applied understanding of the contemporary concepts, practical knowledge and skills needed to work in a business analyst role. Business analysis is a complex and multifaceted endeavor that requires knowledge and techniques to identify business needs and determine solutions. In today’s complex and continuously shifting business atmosphere, businesses must be able to identify their problems and determine solutions effectively and efficiently. Business analysts are uniquely poised to assist businesses. Whether it is process improvement or organizational change, the business analyst can be a vital partner in helping businesses reach their goals. The Business Analyst certificate consists of four required courses totaling 90 hours of lecture and discussion. 9.0 Continuing Education Units will be awarded.

Eligibility Three years of prior business experience and/or a bachelor’s degree is strongly suggested.

For More Information

Eligibility Students beginning the Certificate in Professional Office Administration are expected to have a high school degree or equivalent and basic keyboarding skills.

The Program

For More Information

An increase in sophisticated office technology and organizational restructuring has resulted in greater responsibilities for administrative professionals, including roles once reserved for managerial staff. In addition to increased responsibilities, administrative professionals are expected to play an integral role in mastering new office technologies and business operational process in support of a highly effective workplace that meets both internal and external customer needs.

www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Mimi Lawson, 657.278.3313, mlawson@fullerton.edu

In response to these new responsibilities, there is also an increased demand for additional in-depth knowledge in topics that reinforce the skill sets required in business today. Therefore, as administrative functions become more technologically integrated into the work process, administrative professionals are expected to have more formal education in office administration. The Certificate in Professional Office Administration is designed to promote the development of Administrative Professionals and enhance their career goals and performance outcomes. This results in improvement of the organization’s overall efficiency. The certificate consists of six required courses totaling 54 hours of lecture and discussion. 5.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be awarded to the certificate graduate.

www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Veronica Martinez, 657.278.3123, vmartinez@fullerton.edu

Problem Solving Skills for Outstanding Performance SBAE 6379 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) Prerequisite: Effective Goal Setting. Organizations desiring to promote problem solving among employees need a structured methodology for problem resolution, consistent application of that methodology and communication to all employees regarding organizational expectations. Participants in this class will have an opportunity to learn how to identify problems involving people, systems, work flow, information and communications. Class discussions will focus on identifying the root cause of a problem incorporating problem analysis using Pareto (the 80-20 rule) and cause and effect diagrams. The primary techniques involved in generating solutions for problems and how to implement proposed solutions will also be explored. Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. O Online: 6/4-7/1 Instructor: M. Fernandez, Jr., Principle, MFI Class: E125-11086W Fee: $500

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Effective Goal Setting SBAE 6378 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Plain Speaking: How to Communicate Successfully SBAE 6376 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Customer Satisfaction and Focus SBAE 6374 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Writing for the Professional Business Environment SBAE 6377 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Successful Meeting Planning SBAE 6375 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Children’s/ Teen Programs Children’s Summer Art Camp SART 3606 Prerequisite: none. Art Camp is a program for children/teens 7-14 years of age who want to explore the exciting world of art, drama and creativity! The instructors are working professionals in the arts with extensive experience teaching art to children/teens. Teaching assistants and the majority of volunteers are recently credentialed art education majors, or are part of a teacher credential program. The classes are a fun and entertaining way for young people to: n Be exposed to a variety of artists and cultures as they learn about art concepts and methods

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The half-life of knowledge is rapidly diminishing. Staying in the same place is the same as going backwards.

From Success Tweets by Bud Bilanich, Success Coach and Author

n Learn to work both independently and as team members n Experience joy in the arts and develop a personal style of thinking and expression Campers will rotate into 4 classes during the day with a snack break and lunch in between. Older students, ages 12-14, will be grouped together and will have an opportunity to broaden their artistic perception and skill level with more advanced projects. To register, please use the Children’s/Teen Programs Registration form in the back of this catalog.

Drawing and Painting SART 5650 Prerequisite: none. This multi-media class for 8-12-year-olds will focus on drawing and painting techniques. Students will develop their artistic skills while enjoying a safe, fun, nurturing environment on a university campus. Students will draw a variety of subjects including people, animals, still life and imaginary characters using ink, marker, soft and oil pastels. Students will learn a selection of watercolor techniques and paint in both watercolor and tempera. Emphasis will be placed on art principles and elements at the individual level. This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 8/6-8/10, 5 mtgs Instructor: M. Vogel, M.A. Art Teacher Class: E125-11070J Fee: $160

Summer Fun with Math Skills Grades 2-3 SNSM 6899 Prerequisite: none. This class is designed as an academic, but fun summer class! Students entering grades 2 and 3 will be taught grade level math concepts which will include estimation, addition, subtraction and even some multiplication and fractions. Instruction will be taught using manipulatives and games to engage students and promote learning. This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. F Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/237/27, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: K. Force, Teacher Class: E125-11120J Fee: $155

This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. Lecture: 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., MTWThF, 7/9-7/20, 10 mtgs Class: E125-11066J Fee: $535 Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., MTWThF, 7/9-7/20, 10 mtgs Class: E125-11067J Fee: $475 Lecture: 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., MTWThF, 7/23-8/3, 10 mtgs Class: E125-11068J Fee: $535 Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., MTWThF, 7/23-8/3, 10 mtgs Class: E125-11069J Fee: $475

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Writing Academy for Grades 2 and 3

Writing Academy for Grades 4 and 5

Algebra I Problem Solving

SHSS 6829 Prerequisite: none. This class is designed to help prepare students entering grades 2 and 3 by teaching sentence construction, beginning paragraphs, the writing process and penmanship. Other topics to be covered include expository writing, punctuation and persuasive writing. Topics are presented with an element of fun and movement.

SHSS 6830 Prerequisite: none. Help your child prepare for the next grade level by enrolling them in this class that will teach paragraph writing, short essays, sentence structure and penmanship. Students will become familiarized with personal narratives, expand on persuasive writing and penmanship, all in a fun and creative atmosphere.

This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class.

This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class.

F Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/30-8/3, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: K. Force, Teacher Class: E125-11114J Fee: $155

F Lecture: 12-2 p.m., MTWThF, 7/30-8/3, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: K. Force, Teacher Class: E125-11115J Fee: $155

SNSM 5332 Prerequisite: none. This class for 12-14-year-olds is preparation for an Algebra I course. Topics include variables and algebraic equations, real numbers, integers, evaluating expressions, and solving equalities and inequalities. Using formulas to solve equations, and consecutive integer problems will also be covered. Upon completion of this class, students will have a basic knowledge of problem solving strategies and feel more comfortable beginning an Algebra I class.

Brush Up on Your Math Skills Grades 4-5

Pre-Algebra Basics

SNSM 6900 Prerequisite: none. This class is designed as an academic, but fun summer class! Students entering grades 4 and 5 will be taught grade level math concepts, math facts and word problems. Triple digit addition and subtraction, fractions, multiplication and division will be covered. Instruction will be taught using manipulatives and games to show that math can be fun.

SNSM 5331 Prerequisite: none. This class for 11-13-year-olds will be an introduction to pre-algebra for students needing additional help. Topics will include a review of elementary mathematics and principles, an introduction to signed numbers, beginning rules for algebraic evaluations, and algebraic equations. This class is both a great review and preparation for junior high math.

This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class.

This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class.

F Lecture: 12-2 p.m., MTWThF, 7/237/27, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: K. Force, Teacher Class: E125-11121J Fee: $155

F Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/9-7/13, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E125-11116J Fee: $155

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Introduction to High School Geometry SNSM 5336 Prerequisite: none. In this class, 13-16-yearolds will be introduced to Geometry concepts. Topics will include geometric definitions and constructions, congruence and measurement, inductive and deductive reasoning skills. Students will learn to construct proofs using definitions, postulates and theorems focusing on triangle congruence relationships. This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. F Lecture: 9-11 a.m., MTWThF, 7/167/20, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E125-11118J Fee: $155

Algebra II

A knowledge-based economy, technological explosion, advances in globalization and the changing nature of work and the labor market create the need for adults to keep renewing knowledge and skills throughout life.

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This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class.

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SNSM 6567 Prerequisite: none. This class is designed for 14-18 year olds who have completed algebra I or have a solid knowledge base to build upon. Topics will include a review of algebra I, advanced polynomials, rational equations and negative exponents to use with radical functions. Students will gain a base knowledge of algebra 2 and get a head start for the fall! This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. F Lecture: 12-2 p.m., MTWThF, 7/167/20, Fullerton CP 120, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Hernandez, M.A. Teacher Class: E125-11119J Fee: $155

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Computer Forensics C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Computer Forensics I The Program Get the training you need to start a career in an exciting and challenging field. The Certificate in Computer Forensics I provides a great opportunity to develop the skills and expertise you need to succeed. Would you like to join an elite group of experts on the front lines of fighting cybercrime? With the evolution of technology and significant increases in computer-based crimes, the field of computer forensics is one of the fastest growing disciplines in computer security. As crimes become more technologically sophisticated, the need for computer forensic experts will continue to grow throughout law enforcement and the business community. In the Computer Forensics I Certificate, you will get hands-on experience using EnCase, the industry standard in computer forensic investigation technology, and Forensic Toolkit (FTK), a suite of technologies used to perform forensic examinations of computer systems. You will also learn how to image different devices. The program includes five computer forensic classes totaling 92 hours of lecture and hands-on experience. The certificate graduate will receive 9.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Program Feature Class hours may be used to meet the Life Long Learning requirements specified by the AICPA for the new Certified Financial Forensics (CFF) credential.

Join the Titan Network $50 UEE Course Discount and Year-Round Benefits

Eligibility The Certificate in Computer Forensics I is appropriate for individuals who want to expand their expertise and learn the essential components intrinsic to the field of computer forensics. The core audience includes employees of both public and private corporations, government entities, and legal and law enforcement organizations.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Veronica Martinez, 657.278.3123, vmartinez@fullerton.edu

Introduction to Computer Forensic Methodology SECS 6165 (1.6 CEUs/16 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

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Forensic Evidence Preservation SECS 6166 (0.8 CEUs/8 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Tools & Technology of Computer Forensic Investigations SECS 6167 (3 CEUs/30 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

657-CSU-ALUM (278-2586) visit www.csufalumni.com Use code: 11UEE when applying online

Forensic Evidence Analysis SECS 5603 (3 CEUs/30 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Computer Forensics - Investigative Simulation See course schedule for next offering.

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Crime C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Crime and Intelligence Analysis The Program Are you looking for an interesting and challenging career in law enforcement? Crime and Intelligence Analysis is an emerging career that uses analysis, research and statistical methods to predict and prevent crime. Most analysts work in law enforcement agencies. The demand for crime and intelligence analysis is rising because of the United States focus on crime and terrorist activity. The Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis provides specialized training in this emerging field. You will learn how to identify and define crime trends, problems and patterns, and to use your research and analysis to create tactics and strategies that lead to an effective police response. Graduates of this program receive four key benefits that validate their Crime and Intelligence Analysis expertise. These include: n A certificate from the California Department of Justice designating you as a Certified Crime & Intelligence Analyst n A certificate from Cal State Fullerton demonstrating completion of this program n “On-the-job training” through a 400hour practicum/internship with a law enforcement agency n National certification that is recognized in other states The Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis consists of eight required courses totaling 188 hours of lecture and discussion. 18.8 Continuing Education Units will be awarded to the certificate graduate.

Eligibility Application for the Certificate All certificate candidates need to complete an application form and submit it with a $50 non-refundable application fee, transcripts and/or appropriate supporting documents to CSUF Extended Education. It is strongly recommended that certificate candidates submit this application as early in the program as possible, even though specific supporting documents may be pending. Applications will not be accepted without the application fee.

CSUF Credit Classes That Meet Certificate Prerequisite Requirements Students may enroll in the degree credit classes listed below, if needed, through Open University enrollment in Extended Education. Please consult the university’s class schedule for information about the schedule and availability of these classes for the current semester. Open University registration forms are available through the Extended Education Registration Office. Introduction to Criminal Justice CRJU 300 (3 Units)

Certificate candidates are expected to complete all of the required courses in the program. However, you may choose to complete courses on an individual basis as well.

A study of the underlying ideological issues confronting America’s system of criminal justice, with an emphasis on key concepts in conflict (law and order, rehabilitation vs. retribution, etc.).

Certificate Requirements

Criminal Law: Substantive CRJU 310A (3 Units)

To be eligible for the certificate, students must meet and document the following requirements on the application for the program: n Completion of an Introduction to Criminal Justice and a Criminal Law class from an accredited program of study or a letter of verification of such working knowledge from an employer/instructor (students may complete these prerequisite classes while enrolled in initial certificate classes) n Knowledge of basic computer applications and skills, such as word processing, spreadsheet documents, and data entry, documented through a program of study or letter of verification from an employer Students need to complete all the required certificate classes, including the 400hour Practicum in Crime and Intelligence Analysis, to be eligible for the certificate. After completing all certificate requirements and classes, students need to document this on a study plan/request for certificate form and send this form to Extended Education to initiate the processing for the certificate. Certificates are not processed without submission of this form.

The general doctrines of criminal liability in the United States and the classification of crimes against persons, property and the public welfare. The concept of governmental sanction of the conduct of the individual. Waiving Certificate Classes Students may waive no more than 40 hours total of CEU certificate classes to be eligible for the certificate. However, students who have completed the following credit classes through Cal State Fullerton’s Department of Criminal Justice may waive the corresponding equivalent certificate classes, totaling a maximum of 76 hours:

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CRJU 462 Crime Analysis (3 units) is equivalent to: n Crime Analysis Data Analysis and n Crime Analysis Applications CRJU 450 Organized Crime and Intelligence Analysis (3 units) is equivalent to: n Basic Elements of Criminal Intelligence and n Criminal Intelligence Analysis The CEUs for the waived classes cannot be reflected in the total CEUs earned for the certificate. Students interested in waiving a class must submit a “Request for Waiving a Course” form and register for “Course Waiver: Crime and Intelligence Analysis”(Fee $55 - nonrefundable). The waiver form is available on our Web site - http://www. csufextension.org. Click on “Info” then “Forms”, or you may also call 657.278.2611 to obtain a form.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Amanda Lopez, 657.278.5836, amandalopez@fullerton.edu

Basic Elements of Criminal Intelligence SHSS 5092 (1.6 CEUs/16 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Criminal Intelligence Analysis SHSS 5093 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Crime Analysis Data Analysis SHSS 3401 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Crime Analysis Applications SHSS 3402 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Criminal Investigative Analysis I SHSS 3120 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Criminal Investigative Analysis II SHSS 3121 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Law Enforcement Research and Statistical Methods SHSS 3224 (3.6 CEUs/36 hours) Prerequisite: Crime Analysis Applications. Acquaints you with the basic research and statistical principles used in crime analysis. Learn the concepts involved in research design, content analysis, sampling, survey techniques and statistical methods. Learn how to conduct research and write conclusions using commonly accepted research standards. You will also learn how to prepare law enforcement study, grant, and administrative documents. Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Course Pack - Law Enforcement and Statistical Research Methods (purchase from Titan Shops). Available at www.titanbookstore.com. F Lecture: 1-5 p.m., F, 7/13; 8 a.m.-5 p.m., SaSu, 7/14-7/29 (no mtgs 7/21, 7/22), Fullerton TBA, 5 mtgs Instructor: R. Singh, Ph.D., Information Resource Specialist and Law Enforcement Consultant Class: E125-11103L Fee: $510

Computer Applications for Crime and Intelligence Analysis C o u r s e S c h e d u l e -C ri m e an d I n t e l l i g e n c e A naly s is CLASS

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1-Unit Online Course

Bullying is a significant problem on K-12 campuses Become part of the solution!

UNDERSTANDING AND ADDRESSING BULLYING Gender identity and presentation, along with sexual orientation and perceived sexual orientation, play a significant role in most cases of bullying. Through a series of multi-media learning modules with video lectures and interviews, you will learn: n

Learn from Key Advocates

 understand and recognize the dynamics To of bullying

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Laws and legal precedence

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Karyl Ketchum, Ph.D.

Kevin O’Grady , Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Women & Gender Studies Cal State Fullerton

Executive Director The Center Orange County

Check our website for our growing list of presenters. Judy Chiasson, Ph.D.

Sheila James Kuehl

Ronni Sanlo, Ed.D.

Coordinator of Human Relations, Diversity and Equity Los Angeles Unified School District

Former State Senator & Assemblywoman Founding Director New Public Policy Institute Santa Monica College

Author Professor, Higher Education and Educational Leadership Cal State Fullerton

WHO SHOULD ATTEND n Teachers n Counselors n School Administrators n School Staff

WHO YOU WILL HEAR FROM Professionals in: n Education n Psychology n Health n Public Policy n Law As well as: n Former “bullies” n Students who have been bullied

COURSE SCHEDULE July 16 - August 17, 2012 See page 15 for more information.

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Education C E R T I F I C AT E I N

GATE Certificate The Program

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The California Department of Education adopted Recommended GATE Standards for programs for gifted and talented students in 2001. This online certificate program is designed to meet the exemplary level requirement for the Professional Development component specified in the California Recommended GATE Standards. Completion of this five-class, ten-unit certificate program will enable teachers to meet this requirement. The instructors involved in this program are all working professionals in the field of GATE Education. NOTE: Classes can be taken concurrently.

Eligibility Designed for teachers who are currently teaching GATE students or have the potential to be placed in that assignment.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Judy Strong, 657.278.2796, jstrong@fullerton.edu

Differentiated Instruction for the Gifted Student

Developing Curriculum for the Gifted Student

EDEL X935 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers. This class is designed to clarify and explore the major elements of differentiation. Participants will learn key elements of differentiating content, process, product, assessment, and environment. Topics such as management, comprehension strategies that build depth in thinking, learning styles, and curriculum compacting will be included. Emphasis will be on strategies and application for working with gifted learners and their advanced needs.

EDEL X935 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers. This class supports teachers who instruct GATE students in both the integrated classroom and in specialized programs. Participants will learn to develop curriculum, units, and lessons that serve the gifted student as well as all students in the classroom. Participants will learn to apply the major elements of differentiation through the development of curriculum for advanced learners.

Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to the course start date. Textbook/Materials: Required - 1. How to Differentiate in Mixed Ability Classrooms, 2nd edition, 2001 (ISBN 9780871205124); 2. Differentiated Instructional Strategies (ISBN 9781412936408); 3. Differentiation: Simplified, Realistic, and Effective (ISBN 9780971623330). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. O Online: 7/9-9/14 Instructor: S. Maeda, M.A., GATE Specialist Class: E125-11033J Fee: $585

Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to the course start date. Textbook/Materials: Required - 1. The Flip Book: A Quick and Easy Method for Developing Differentiated Learning; 2. How to Differentiate Instruction in Mixed Ability Classrooms, 2nd edition (ISBN 9780871205124). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. 3. Independent Study; Sandra Kaplan and Bette Gould: Order from Taylor Education - 9800 D, Topanga Canyon #4, Chatsworth, California 91311. Fax: (866) 729-4817; Phone: (866) 729-3817. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: L. Op de Beeck, M.A., GATE Teacher Class: E125-11034J Fee: $585

Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. Introduction to Talented and Gifted begins with the history of gifted education and how it has evolved. Specific characteristics commonly found in talented and gifted (TAG) children will be discussed. The discussion will include information on the various screening tools used to identify Gifted and Talented students. Various methods to effectively work with the gifted population will also be addressed. The course will conclude with a discussion about the various aspects of gifted and talented education and how this may be impacted in the future. Registrants will receive an e-mail from Virtual Education indicating their username and password to access the course, approximately 3-7 business days after registering. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-10785J Fee: $390

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Social & Emotional Issues of the Gifted Student EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) Prerequisite: Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers. Gifted children feel and act differently than students of normal intelligence. Gifted children are very aware that they are different. Children of high intelligence exhibit a variety of coping techniques in dealing with school and other people. Gifted students display a variety of achievement levels and a variety of selfconcepts. This course will delve into several of these behaviors. Ways of helping the students cope with their gifts and achieve success will be discussed. Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to the course start date. Textbook/Materials: Required - When Gifted Kids Don’t Have All the Answers (ISBN 9781575421070). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. O Online: 6/4-7/6 Instructor: S. Montgomery, M.A., GATE Teacher Class: E125-10783J Fee: $195

Identification of the Gifted Student EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) Prerequisite: Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers. In this course students will: • Investigate varied definitions of giftedness • Review studies that deal with characteristics of gifted students • Examine appropriate evaluative instruments for gifted student identification • Evaluate the identification process of a current District GATE Plan in relationship to current state standards Particular emphasis will be placed on investigating nontraditional instruments and procedures for identification to address the needs of students from diverse socioeconomic, linguistic, and cultural backgrounds as well as gifted students with disabilities. Registrants will receive emailed instructions on how to access the course one week prior to the course start date. Textbook/Materials: Required - Removing the Mask: Giftedness in Poverty (ISBN 9781929229000). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. O Online: 6/25-7/27 Instructor: M. Smith, M.A., GATE Specialist Class: E125-11168J Fee: $195

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Postsecondary Reading and Learning The Program

ONLINE!

This 12-unit, graduate-level, online certificate program responds to the enormous demand for trained reading professionals with expertise in postsecondary settings particularly at the community college level. This certificate also responds to the national mandate to ensure a quality workforce in postsecondary education, to solidify the purpose and role of appropriate professional preparation, and to continually update the knowledge and skills of those who practice in this field. This certificate addresses cutting-edge curriculum that corresponds to emerging needs in the profession and is also linked to the California mandate under AB 1725 for community college faculty who have either an MS in Reading or an MS in English with certification in Postsecondary Reading. Candidates for admission must have completed a BS or BA from an accredited institution having achieved a minimum GPA of 2.5 in the last 60 semester units attempted for that degree. Applications for the Fall 2012 term must be received before 4 p.m. (PST) on Friday, August 3, 2012. Interested students apply by completing the application instructions found at: www. csufextension.org/programs/prl. Please fax the application to 657.278.5085. You may also contact the program coordinator, JoAnne Greenbaum at 657.278.5930 jgreenbaum@fullerton.edu.

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Eligibility Prerequisite: notification of official admission into the Postsecondary Reading and Learning Certificate Program or appropriate classified graduate standing.

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Clear Credential Program The Program

ONLINE!

The Clear Credential Program is designed to serve teachers who need to clear their multiple or single subject credential, but for whom induction is unavailable. Although the program is completely ONLINE, participants will receive onsite face-to-face support from a local support provider as well as an opportunity to interact with an online community of learners. Individualized learning experiences based on the participants’ particular teaching/learning context will be addressed. Participants will enroll in three classes and receive 9 units of graduate credit. Up to 9 units may also apply to Cal State Fullerton’s graduate degrees in Curriculum and Instruction and Secondary Education. Contact the Graduate Program Adviser for your program in order to assess the number of units that may be transferable. It is recommended that participants complete the program in one year (2 semesters). If pursuing a multiple subject credential, participants should enroll in EDEL 502E and EDEL 537 in the fall semester, and EDEL 502F in the spring semester. If participants are pursuing a single subject credential, please enroll in EDSC 502E and EDSC 537 in the fall, and EDSC 502F in the spring. Courses will be offered in Fall 2012/Spring 2013 semester.

Eligibility To be eligible for CSUF’s Clear Credential Program, a teacher must: n Hold a valid SB2042 single and/or multiple subject preliminary credential. n Be employed by a California school district, charter school, private or independent school, and teach to the California Content Standards. n Have no access to an induction program through their employing school or district. n Be responsible for the same group of students for extended periods of time, (e.g. RTI specialists, Option 2 teachers, long term substitute teachers who are employed most of the school year and contracted with the school district). n Have access to a diverse population of students including GATE, Special Needs, and English Language Learners. n Be able to complete the FACT (Formative Assessment for California Teachers) requirements.

PLEASE NOTE: Part-time teachers working 20-25 hours per week may apply and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION: A Verification of Unavailability of a Commission-Approved Induction Program (CL 855) signed by the employing agency and documentation that the teacher is employed is required for consideration for admission to the CSUF CCP. Further, an agreement of collaboration with the employing agency will be required and will be established with the agency after the submission of the CSUF CCP application by the teacher. Required Forms: n Verification of Unavailability of a Commission Approved Induction Program (CL-855 Form) n Application form for the Clear Credential Program n Copy of Credential n Program Study Plan NOTE: If a part-time teacher, please provide a complete description of your part-time employment on district letterhead and signed by the appropriate administrator (e.g., assistant superintendent in a public school district, site administrator at a private school). Please go to our website at www.csufextension.org/classes/educators to access the link to application and CL 855 form. Forms and application must be submitted by August 20, 2012, for the Fall 2012 semester program.

REQUIRED CLASSES Required

Professional Development Classes

Current Issues: Bullying ONLINE!

Understanding Bullying EDAD X934 (1 UNIT) Prerequisite: none. Bullying is a significant problem on K-12 campuses across the United States. Gender identity and perceived gender identity, along with sexual orientation and perceived sexual orientation, play a significant role in most cases of bullying. This course is designed to give administrators, teachers, and school staff, the ability to recognize and to effectively address the dynamics of student bullying. The course also provides information about state and federal bullying laws, precedentsetting legal decisions, and success stories of schools that have re-set their campus cultures by addressing the underlying dynamics of school bullying. Importantly, the course includes a unit entitled “What To Do When Things Go Wrong: Responding to Students and Campuses in Crisis”. This course is organized as a series of multimedia learning modules developed and team-taught by scholars and professionals in the fields of Education, Psychology, Health, Public Policy and the Law. O Online: 7/16-8/17 Instructor: K. O’Grady, Ph.D., Executive Director, the Center Orange County Class: E125-11124J Fee: $210

For More Information extension.fullerton.edu/bullying or contact Amanda Lopez, 657.278.5836, amandalopez@fullerton.edu

n Graduate Studies: Curriculum Issues and Problems n Pedagogy, Assessment and Support for New Teachers Semester 1 n Pedagogy, Assessment and Support for New Teachers, Semester 2

For More Information www.csufextension.org/educators or contact Judy Strong, 657.278.2796, jstrong@fullerton.edu or Amanda Lopez, 657-278-5836, amandalopez@fullerton.edu

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ASCD-Online The Program The classes in this section are available online through the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. A reflections paper/implementation plan is required for each class. The last day to enroll is July 27, 2012. All course work must be received by August 10, 2012. For detailed course descriptions, go to www. ascd.org and click the All Courses tab. You may also visit our website at www. csufextension.org for more information. For help in locating your class, please contact Amanda Lopez at (657) 278-5836 or amandalopez@fullerton.edu. Please follow the procedure below to register for a class and receive access instructions. n Go to the ASCD Web site (www.ascd. org) and go to Professional Development (PD) online. n Register for the desired class with ASCD and pay the ASCD fee. n Register with Cal State Fullerton (www. csufextension.org) or 657.278.2611 and pay $100 per unit to receive graduate level professional development unit credit. n Additional information regarding ASCD course offerings, requirements, Next Steps Paper, and instructor contact information will be e-mailed to you.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Amanda Lopez, 657.278.5836, amandalopez@fullerton.edu

ASCD Becoming an Effective Substitute Teacher EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10776J Fee: $100

ASCD Bridging Learning Theory in the Classroom EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10774J Fee: $100

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ASCD Classroom Management: Building Relationships

ASCD Embracing Diversity, Respecting Others

EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10675J Fee: $100

EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10680J Fee: $100

ASCD Conflict Resolution

ASCD Global Education

EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10681J Fee: $100

EDSC X934 (2 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11043J Fee: $200

ASCD Contemporary School Leadership

ASCD Helping Struggling Readers

EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10777J Fee: $100

EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11040J Fee: $100

ASCD Crafting Curriculum

ASCD Improving Student Achievement

EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10702J Fee: $100

EDSC X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11048J Fee: $100

ASCD Designing Performance Assessments

ASCD Managing Challenging Behavior

EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10687J Fee: $100

ASCD Differentiated Instruction EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10641J Fee: $100

EDSC X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11047J Fee: $100

ASCD Supervising Paraeducators EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11035J Fee: $100

ASCD Early Childhood Mathematics

ASCD The Brain: Memory & Learning Strategies

EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10673J Fee: $100

EDEL X934 (2 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10674J Fee: $200

ASCD Effective Leadership

ASCD Multiple Intelligences

EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10639J Fee: $300

EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10663J Fee: $300

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ASCD Observing for Dimensions of Learning

ASCD Teacher Behaviors Promote Assessment-Learning

ASCD Understanding by Design: The Six Facets

EDSC X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11045J Fee: $100

EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10704J Fee: $300

EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10710J Fee: $100

ASCD Parents as Partners in Schooling

ASCD Teaching Better with Technology

EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10656J Fee: $300

EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10773J Fee: $100

ASCD What Works in Schools: An Introduction

ASCD Planning for Technology

ASCD The Brain: Understanding the Mind

ASCD Bullying: Let’s Break the Cycle

EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11041J Fee: $100

EDSC X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11052J Fee: $100

ASCD The Inclusive Classroom

ASCD Understanding Student Motivation

EDSC X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11049J Fee: $100

EDSC X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11051J Fee: $100

ASCD Success with Differentiated Instruction

ASCD The Reflective Educator

ASCD Conferences

EDSC X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11050J Fee: $100

EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10665J Fee: $300

ASCD Successful Strategies for Literacy & Learning

ASCD Toward Equity in Achievement

EDEL X932 (1 or 2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. University Professional Development Credit for attending ASCD conferences. You can earn one semester unit of credit for every 15 hours of documented, high quality conference sessions (1 unit equals 15 hours and 2 units equals 30 hours). Attendees are required to submit a 1-2 page Next Steps paper or an implementation plan specifically addressing the concepts and strategies learned from the conference. The Next Steps paper is not a summary report. Please select two or three of the workshops you attended and write a 1-2 (in total) page plan of how you will implement the information, strategies and materials you received in your classroom.

EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10660J Fee: $300

ASCD Student Portfolios EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10700J Fee: $100

EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10709J Fee: $200

EDSC X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11046J Fee: $100

ASCD Supporting Student Health

ASCD Understanding by Design: An Introduction

EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-11032J Fee: $200

EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10707J Fee: $200

ASCD Surviving & Thriving Your 1st Year Teaching

ASCD Understanding by Design: The Backward Design

EDEL X934 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10686J Fee: $100

EDEL X935 (1 UNIT) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10713J Fee: $100

EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10779J Fee: $200

To earn credit(s), you will need to 1.) Complete an official registration form, 2.) Attach a copy of the conference information, 3.) Include a copy of session descriptions with times and lengths, 4.) Submit the Next Steps paper that meets the standard of an upper division-level paper, and 5.) Complete the Verification of Hours form. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: H. Kinsey, Coordinator Class: E125-10594J Fee: $100

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Virtual Ed.-Online The Program To enroll in these classes, register with California State University Fullerton at 657.278.2611 or www.csufextension.org. Once registration is complete, you will be contacted by CSUF Extended Education to verify your enrollment and informing you that your Virtual Education username and password will be e-mailed to you within 3-5 business days. The last day to enroll is July 27, 2012. All course work is due by August 10, 2012.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Amanda Lopez, 657.278.5836, amandalopez@fullerton.edu

ADD-Information & Intervention EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. In this class, you will learn about the history of the disorder, accepted methods to assess and identify children with this disorder, and various treatment methods that are currently being used to treat ADD. This course helps you through the referral process, when you feel a child needs services beyond what you are capable or comfortable providing in the classroom environment. This course also lists resources for students, teachers, and parents who would like more help or information about ADD. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-11036J Fee: $340

Advance Classroom Management

Drugs & Alcohol in Schools

EDSC X934 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class is geared primarily to professionals (e.g., regular or special educators, instructional assistants, school psychologists, counselors) serving children and youths presenting behavior problems. The focus is on cognitive and cognitive-behavioral interventions (often lumped together under the rubic “social skills�) with an emphasis on teaching students how to change and manage their own behavior. Since previous knowledge and understanding of traditional behavioral (operant) concepts and strategies is required, it is strongly recommended that you take an introductory behavior management course to learn the basic terms and concepts of behavior management prior to taking this course.

EDEL X934 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class will establish a broader context for understanding substances and their addictive qualities; address the biological and physiological basis of addiction, and examine the psychological factors impacting the disease.

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Behavior is Language EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class lays the groundwork for why we choose to view student behavior as a kind of unspoken language. A set of ten intervention strategies for effectively remediating difficult student behavior is presented. The course features examples of 15 students with various backgrounds, emotional issues and behavioral problems. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-10669J Fee: $495

Child Abuse EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class provides interactive computer-based instruction designed to help you identify and effectively teach students affected by child abuse and/ or neglect. Learn to recognize the signs of physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, physical neglect, and emotional neglect. Address the specific factors that exist in families who abuse or neglect their children. A major emphasis is on understanding the special learning needs of the abused or neglected child, and how to meet those needs in the classroom. Working with parents and community agencies is also emphasized.

O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-10670J Fee: $340

Learning Disabilities EDEL X935 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This course describes diverse theoretical approaches to handling learning disabilities in the classroom. Taught by Dr. Bob Pillay, this course lays the foundation for sensitive, appropriate assessment and evaluation of students. In addition, this course covers program planning and implementation, stresses the importance of a close, positive partnership with parents or alternative caregivers, and explores methods for ensuring that the home/school axis is effective and meaningful. You will also learn about major trends and unresolved issues in the field of learning disabilities. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-11037J Fee: $495

Traumatized Child EDEL X935 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This course is an interactive computer-based instruction (CBI) designed to help you identify and effectively teach students affected by stress, trauma, and/or violence. You will learn to recognize the signs of stress, trauma, or violence in students. You will discuss the specific factors which exist in families and communities where stress and violence are common. A major emphasis in this course is understanding the special learning needs of students who are experiencing stress, trauma, or violence in their lives. Learn how to meet their needs in the regular classroom. Working with parents and community agencies is also emphasized. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-11038J Fee: $340

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Understanding Aggression EDEL X934 (3 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. The class has been divided into four chapters with several sections in each chapter. Topics include: aggression in America; how we got here; aggressive thought/actions; auto aggression; bullying; sexual harassment in schools; raising kids to resist violence; why aggression is hard to change; a look at the future. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-10703J Fee: $495

School Violence Preventions & Intervention EDEL X934 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This class is divided into four major sections. The intent is to help each student “walk” through the process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation in the arena of violence. There are numerous worksheets that each person will be asked to complete for their own knowledge base. Role play situations will be presented to help recognize violent tendencies prior to them becoming violent behaviors. The sections are sequential and should be completed in the order they are presented. Each student will complete an exam on the material at the completion of each section. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-10668J Fee: $340

Ethics and Safety in Education EDSC X934 (2 UNITS) Prerequisite: none. This course will present a new way of thinking about professional ethics and professional boundaries within the teaching profession. We will look at the reasons that violations of ethics and boundaries sometimes occur. Ethical violations that transpire in both administrative and relationship contexts will be addressed. This course will help you look at ways of preventing such violations and help you understand how you as a teacher can intervene before violations take place. These preventative responses are critical to your ability to protect your students, your profession, and your career. O Online: 6/4-8/10 Instructor: M. Jackson, M.S., Coordinator Class: E125-11053J Fee: $340

Engineering

n Discrete manufacturing and material handling systems n Plant networks This program is an opportunity for professional and technical personnel to increase their competence, and position themselves to contribute to project teams tasked with implementing and modernizing automation/control systems. The Certificate in Industrial Controls Technology is endorsed by the International Society of Automation (ISA), Orange County Section.

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Industrial Controls Technology The Program

HANDS-ON

Get the skills you need for a successful career in industrial controls technology. The industrial controls technology job market continues to be among the fastest growing for technical professionals. That’s because today’s manufacturing and business environments require continued investment in automation technology to ensure lower costs, higher quality and greater productivity. As a result, the salary for industrial controls professionals remains high compared to other career paths.

You will learn from instructors who are highly-qualified practitioners in the field. They are all located here in Southern California, have outstanding credentials and are members of, or have recommendations from ISA. The Certificate in Industrial Controls Technology consists of 132 hours of lecture and hands-on laboratory instruction. 13.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be awarded to the certificate graduate.

This technology is also one of the fastest changing, and today’s industrial control System vendors are quick to implement the latest technologies in sensor design and network capabilities. For that reason, this certificate program is revised continuously to assure that the curriculum includes the most current technology and methods.

Eligibility Students beginning the Certificate in Industrial Controls Technology are required to have: n Computer proficiency in a Windows environment

About 50% of your class time involves hands-on experience on current industrial hardware and software. You will gain knowledge and practice in several key technical areas including:

n Access to and ability to use the Internet to obtain class materials, and communicate with instructors

n Principles of tuning automatic control systems

n A basic understanding of algebra

n A four-function calculator

In addition, some related industry experience is recommended.

n Instrumentation n Data acquisition systems, HMI and SCADA

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n Programmable logic (PLC) and computerbased controllers n Practical applications of process and environmental controls

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Continuous Control Systems

Advanced PLC Programming

SECS 3115 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

SECS 5116 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

CLAD certification exam will receive an additional .1 CEU and certification from National Instruments. CLAD Certification

PLC and Soft Logic Controllers SECS 5487 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Networks for Industrial Applications SECS 5489 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: students registering in this class are expected to meet the Certificate in Industrial Controls Technology eligibility requirements. The industrial control industry has moved from a control-centric focus to an information-centric focus. Industrial Ethernet and I/O Bus networks have become more commonplace over legacy proprietary networks. Today’s industrial networks are designed to provide a connection between industrial devices to capture critical plan floor data in addition to providing control. This hands-on class will provide the student with an understanding of network systems, Industrial Ethernet, OPC connectivity, Wireless communications, network security, and supervisory control/ data acquisition software. Students will utilize lab assignments as well has Webbased research to enhance their learning experience. Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: CCENT, Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician Study Guide, Todd Lammle, Sybex, 2008. Available at www.titanbookstore.com. F Lecture: 7-10 p.m., T, 7/17-9/4, Fullerton CS 206, 8 mtgs Instructor: V. Wegelin, P.E., M.B.A., President, PMA Concepts Class: E125-11094W Fee: $790

Instrumentation and Data Acquisition Systems SECS 4446 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Process and Environmental Control Systems SECS 4442 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering. C E R T I F I C AT E I N

LabVIEW The Program

HANDS-ON

LabVIEW has grown to become the industry-leading development environment for data acquisition, test, measurement, control, and analysis applications. National Instruments created LabVIEW graphical programming environment for scientists and engineers to use for rapid design development and deployment of instrumentation and control systems. The certificate is an opportunity to develop basic and intermediate LabVIEW skills. This includes the ability to construct moderately complex, modular, well-organized LabVIEW applications. The hands-on exercises build programming skills in areas including data acquisition, instrument control, analysis, archiving, planning and building larger applications as well as Intermediate level issues of memory management, multithreading, and code interface nodes. The Certificate in LabVIEW consists of two required classes totaling 66 hours of lecture and hands-on laboratory instruction. Students who successfully complete both classes will be awarded a Certificate in LabVIEW and 6.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Those who pass the elective

University Extended Education is proud to be a National Instruments LabVIEW Academy. Get hands-on training in LabVIEW and prepare for the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) certification exam. The CLAD is the first step in the three-part NI LabVIEW certification process. This certification indicates a broad working knowledge of the LabVIEW environment, a basic understanding of coding and documentation best practices, and the ability to read and interpret existing code. The optional exam will be offered to those who have successfully completed University Extended Education’s Intermediate LabVIEW.

Eligibility Students beginning the Certificate in LabVIEW are expected to have prior experience using Windows 95, 98, NT or 2000 operating system. In addition, they should have prior exposure to instrumentation and control hardware or work experience in technology and/or engineering.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Denelle Pankratz, 657.278.2605, dpankratz@fullerton.edu

Fundamentals of LabVIEW SECS 4862 (3.6 CEUs/36 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Intermediate LabVIEW SECS 4909 (3 CEUs/30 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) Exam SECS 6699 See course schedule for next offering.

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Scholarships Available In keeping with our commitment to lifelong learning, scholarships may be available to students who are enrolled in, or planning to enroll in, a University Extended Education (UEE) certificate program. University Extended Education Scholarship This scholarship award honors the achievements and commitment to continuing learning of students in any UEE certificate program. The maximum award is $400. Sherrie Ellman Memorial Scholarship This scholarship award honors the achievements and commitment to continuing learning of students in the Professional Fiduciary Management Certificate program. Scholarships are awarded up to a maximum of $300. For more information, please see “Scholarships Available” in the “General Information” section of this class schedule.

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Fiduciary Management C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Professional Fiduciary Management The Program As millions of Baby Boomers age, there will be an increasing need for professional fiduciaries who can be entrusted with the management of the property, finances and care of those individuals incapable of performing these activities for themselves. The Professional Fiduciaries Act became law in California in 2006. This law requires all professional fiduciaries to be licensed by the state of California, beginning in 2008. To be eligible for licensure, you must obtain 30 hours of continuing education prior to applying for a license. After passing the licensing examination, fiduciaries may use the title, “professional licensed fiduciary”. As a requirement for licensure, an applicant must pass the licensing examination administered by the California Professional Fiduciaries Bureau. The 30 hours of pre-licensing education courses must be provided by an educational program approved by the Bureau. California State University Fullerton is approved by the California Professional Fiduciaries Bureau as an educational provider. On completion of the Certificates in Professional Fiduciary Management for Conservators and Trustees you will have a comprehensive understanding of the standards and practices, legal and ethical considerations of professional fiduciary management. Areas of focus include the prudent use and protection of a protected person’s assets, advance health directives, accounting and recordkeeping, management of assets as well as execution or administration of a will, and/or management of a trust.

The Certificate in Professional Fiduciary Management for Conservators includes four required classes totaling 57 hours consisting of 5.7 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).* The Certificate in Professional Fiduciary Management for Trustees includes five required classes totaling 69 hours consisting of 6.9 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).* Cal State Fullerton meets the standards and guidelines set forth by the California Board of Accountancy to offer Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit and maintains responsibility for this program. The following three classes qualify for 14.4 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit respectively as required by the California Board of Accountancy for licensed professionals: Management of Assets for Professional Fiduciaries, Accounting and Record Keeping for Positions of Trust, and Management of the Investment Portfolio. *Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) Credit: Cal State Fullerton University Extended Education certifies that the following two classes have been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California: Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management qualifies for 15 hours of MCLE credit and Legal and Ethical Aspects of Trusteeship qualifies for 12 hours of MCLE credit.

Eligibility The classes in the certificate programs are open to anyone who meets the stated prerequisites for each class. Before completing a certificate, students must provide documentation of: n A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university; or n At least five years of experience working in fiduciary management or geriatric care; or n At least 60 semester units of college-level work and permission of the program manager Note: **California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), University Extended Education (UEE) does not guarantee that a student will qualify for examination eligibility, as defined by the Professional Fiduciaries Act, after completion of the CSUF Professional Fiduciary Management certificate program.

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Changes for 2012 Courses Moodle 2.0 will officially replace Blackboard 8.0 as the university’s new Learning Management System (LMS) platform or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) in July 2012. Our new CSUF Learning Management System will be called “TITANium.” In an effort to meet this time frame, all Professional Fiduciary classes will be offered in Moodle/TITANium beginning January 2012. Please take this opportunity to learn how to utilize this new software. Student tutorials are available online at : http://oasis.fullerton.edu/tutorials.aspx Our staff is available Monday through Friday from 8am to 2am PST to assist you should you experience technical difficulties. Please review our technical requirements at: http://www.csufextension.org/classes/ serviceand support.aspx#req.

Required Classes for Both Certificates n Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management n Management of Assets for Professional Fiduciaries n Accounting and Record Keeping for Positions of Trust Additional Class for Conservators n Conservatorship of Protected Persons and Advance Health Directives Additional Classes for Trustees n Legal and Ethical Aspects of Trusteeship n Management of the Investment Portfolio

If you should continue to experience technical difficulties, you may contact our Distance Education Help Desk at 657-278-4866 or email us at distance-ed@fullerton.edu

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Mimi Lawson, 657.278.3313, mlawson@fullerton.edu

Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Required Handbook for Conservators 2002 edition can be downloaded at http:// www.lasuperiorcourt.org/probate/pdf/ conservatorshiphandbook2002.pdf

California Probate Code: Annotated Edition ISBN# 9780314949042.

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SBAE 4704 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) Prerequisite: none. Fiduciaries serve by court appointment as conservators or guardians and may serve by contract as trustees, representative payees, or as agents under powers of attorney. Gives an overview of various positions of trust, legal definitions, and duties. Special attention is given to changing legal status and liabilities of fiduciary practitioners. This class meets the qualifications for 15 hours of MCLE credit.

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C o u r s e S c h e d u l e -P ro f e s s i o n al F i d u c i ar y Manage me nt CLASS

Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management

California Probate Code: Desktop Edition ISBN# 9780314922052. Available from www.west.thomson.com or by calling 1-800-328-9352. California Probate Code is available, for free, at http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html. **It is recommended that students have a headset and microphone available for use while completing coursework in our online Fiduciary Management Certificate Program. O Online: 6/4-7/9 Instructor: J. Etienne, Private Fiduciary Class: E125-11077T Fee: $435 O Online: 6/25-7/30 Instructor: J. Etienne, Private Fiduciary Class: E125-11078T Fee: $435

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Management of Assets for Professional Fiduciaries

Accounting and Record Keeping for Positions of Trust

SBAE 4707 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) Prerequisite: Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management or permission of program manager by calling 657.278.7452. Fiduciaries are responsible for managing the assets of a protected person or the assets of a trust. The duties involve prudent use and protection of the assets meant to support a conservatee or the beneficiaries of a trust. This includes identification of liabilities as well as avoiding conflicts of interest.

SBAE 6488 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) Prerequisite: Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management or permission of program manager by calling 657.278.7452. A conservator or trustee has legal status. The conservator is responsible via court appointment to a protected person. Through a contract, a trustee is responsible to the beneficiaries of a trust. In both cases, fiduciaries must show and document prudent use and protection of the assets they are managing. Get an overview of the accounting and record keeping procedures that a fiduciary uses to document all transactions and protect the fiduciary. Class lectures and discussions review the accepted standards for tracking accounts, record keeping, and accounting procedures. Class discussions also provide suggestions on how to avoid situations or procedures that could be interpreted as conflicts of interest or otherwise be unethical.

Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Required Handbook for Conservators 2002 edition can be downloaded at http:// www.lasuperiorcourt.org/probate/pdf/ conservatorshiphandbook2002.pdf Recommended: California Probate Code: Annotated Edition ISBN# 9780314949042. California Probate Code: Desktop Edition ISBN# 9780314922052. Available from www.west.thomson.com or by calling 1-800-328-9352. California Probate Code is available, for free, at http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html. **It is recommended that students have a headset and microphone available for use while completing coursework in our online Fiduciary Management Certificate Program. O Online: 8/6-9/3 Instructor: D. Stubbs, Conservator, Guardian, Estate Administrator and Trust Manager Class: E125-11080T Fee: $355

Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Required Handbook for Conservators 2002 edition can be downloaded at http:// www.lasuperiorcourt.org/probate/pdf/ conservatorshiphandbook2002.pdf Recommended: California Probate Code: Annotated Edition ISBN# 9780314949042 California Probate Code: Desktop Edition ISBN# 9780314922052

**It is recommended that students have a headset and microphone available for use while completing coursework in our online Fiduciary Management Certificate Program. O Online: 6/4-7/9 Instructor: P. Eldredge, Owner/President, Estate Minders, Inc. Class: E125-11087T Fee: $435 O Online: 6/11-7/16 Instructor: P. Eldredge, Owner/President, Estate Minders, Inc. Class: E125-11088T Fee: $435

Conservatorship of Protected Persons and Advance Health Directives SBAE 4705 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) Prerequisite: Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management or permission of program manager by calling 657.278.7452. A conservator must assess the needs of an incapacitated person including health care, insurance coverage, living arrangements, and social circumstances. You will learn how to identify obtainable services given the finances available. Lectures will also review health care decisions and the components of the advance health care directive. Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Required Handbook for Conservators 2002 edition can be downloaded at http:// www.lasuperiorcourt.org/probate/pdf/ conservatorshiphandbook2002.pdf Recommended:

Available from www.west.thomson.com or by calling 1-800-328-9352.

California Probate Code: Annotated Edition ISBN# 9780314949042.

California Probate Code is available, for free, at http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html.

California Probate Code: Desktop Edition ISBN# 9780314922052.

Handling a Fiduciary Accounting may be purchased from www.ceb.com or by calling 1-800-232-3444

Available from www.west.thomson.com or by calling 1-800-328-9352. California Probate Code is available, for free, at http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html. **It is recommended that students have a headset and microphone available for use while completing coursework in our online Fiduciary Management Certificate Program. O Online: 7/9-8/13 Instructor: C. Peters, Elder Law Attorney, Expert Witness on Medi-Cal Class: E125-11079T Fee: $435

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Legal and Ethical Aspects of Trusteeship

Management of the Investment Portfolio

SBAE 4715 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) Prerequisite: Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management or permission of program manager by calling 657.278.7452. A trustee who assumes responsibility for managing a trust constantly encounters situations involving apparent or real conflict of interest. You will learn about normal business practices that can create actual or apparent conflict of interest within the context of fiduciary responsibility. Review case studies that present various situations that can put the fiduciary at risk. Topics also include a detailed review of the provisions of laws pertaining to fiduciary practice. This class meets the qualifications for 12 hours of MCLE credit.

SBAE 6492 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) Prerequisite: Management of Assets for Professional Fiduciaries or permission of program manager by calling 657.278.7452. The trustee who manages and invests the assets of a trust is subject to legal codes calling for prudence and consideration of the purposes, terms, distribution requirements, and other circumstances of the trust. Whether management of the portfolio is partially or completely delegated to an agent, the trustee is still obliged to use reasonable care and as such, must at least be familiar with standard practices and laws governing the proper management of the trust investment assets. There will be a detailed discussion of the requirements of the Uniform Prudent Investor Act pertaining to portfolio management as well as acceptable practices within the context of the code. You will also address the need to consider general economic conditions, tax consequences, the need for liquidity, and preservation of capital. Class lectures and discussion also provide a review of the basic mechanics of forming and implementing an investment strategy.

Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Required Handbook for Conservators 2002 edition can be downloaded at http:// www.lasuperiorcourt.org/probate/pdf/ conservatorshiphandbook2002.pdf Recommended: California Probate Code: Annotated Edition ISBN# 9780314949042. California Probate Code: Desktop Edition ISBN# 9780314922052. Available from www.west.thomson.com or by calling 1-800-328-9352. California Probate Code is available, for free, at http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html. **It is recommended that students have a headset and microphone available for use while completing coursework in our online Fiduciary Management Certificate Program. O Online: 8/6-9/3 Instructor: J. Etienne, Private Fiduciary Class: E125-11081T Fee: $355

Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Reference: California Probate Code is available, for free, at http:// www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html. **It is recommended that students have a headset and microphone available for use while completing coursework in our online Fiduciary Management Certificate Program. O Online: 7/9-8/13 Instructor: L. Anke, CEO, Prudent Investors Network, Inc.;T. Ong, President, Prudent Investors Network, Inc. Class: E125-11090T Fee: $435

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Fiduciary Licensing Test Prep Course Professional Fiduciary Management Licensing Preparation Review SBAE 6575 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) Prerequisite: none. It is recommended that students with no experience working in fiduciary management take the following courses before enrolling in this course: Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management, Management of Assets for Professional Fiduciaries, Accounting and Record Keeping for Positions of Trust. This course is designed to assist participants in preparing for the California Professional Fiduciaries Bureau’s Licensing Examination. Lecture topics to be reviewed include: standards and professional practices in fiduciary management, professional fiduciary knowledge of the conservatee, application of surrogate decision-making principles, knowledge of laws, courts and legal processes governing fiduciary relationships, knowledge and management responsibilities of the conservator of the person, knowledge and application of responsibilities regarding financial management of a client’s estate and assets, knowledge and application of specific issues and responsibilities regarding surrogate medical decisions, and fiduciary responsibilities in probate circumstances. Information for fiduciary professionals pertinent to both the national and California perspectives will be reviewed. Knowledge will be enhanced by case studies, sample test questions and focusing on key points that improve readiness to take the licensing examination. California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), University Extended Education (UEE) does not guarantee that a student can pass the California Professional Fiduciaries Bureau’s licensing examination upon completion of this course. UEE does not have control over the Bureau’s examination and topics may appear in the examination that are not covered in this course. Depending upon an individual’s education and experience, success on this examination may require additional reading, studying and researching of the information pertinent to fiduciary management practices. Textbook/Materials: References: California Probate Code is available, for free, at http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/calaw.html. O Online: 5/29-8/10 Class: E125-11091T Fee: $295

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Geographic Information Systems C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Geographic Information Systems The Program

HANDS-ON

What do law enforcement, real estate development, marketing research and urban planning have in common? They all gain considerable benefit from the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to collect, analyze, model and present data. Law enforcement has multiple uses for GIS including incident management, emergency management, and homeland security operations. Real estate uses GIS for site selection, mapping, investment analysis and more. Marketing research and urban planning both make extensive use of geographic and demographic information from GIS applications. People trained in GIS methodologies and applications are becoming integral parts of nearly every type of business and government service. This certificate was created to help you develop the skills and the knowledge you need to be a GIS professional. The Certificate in GIS consists of four courses totaling 84 hours of lecture and hands-on experience. The certificate graduate will receive 8.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), a nationally recognized unit used for professional advancement.

Introduction to GIS

Learn Healthcare IT: Meet a Critical Need

SBAE 5682 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Data: Methods and Uses in GIS

Healthcare and related industries are looking for IT professionals to convert patient records to meet the crucial EHR deadline of the required electronic format by 2014.

SBAE 5683 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

GIS Mapping: Telling a Story SBAE 5684 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: Data: Methods and Uses in GIS. This course continues to build on GIS concepts and methodologies utilizing the mapping process. Key cartographic terms and concepts will be introduced as you learn to develop purposeful maps for analysis and problem solving.

The Certificate in Healthcare Information Technology helps to crosstrain IT professionals and healthcare workers – equipping them with the skills to meet this need.

Textbook/Materials: Required – Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop, 2nd Edition, Updated for ArcGIS 10. (ISBN 9781589482609). Available at www.titanbookstore.com

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GIS Certificate Project: Putting it All Together SBAE 5685 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) Prerequisite: Data: Methods and Uses in GIS, GIS Mapping: Telling a Story, Introduction to GIS. This capstone course integrates the knowledge and skills developed over the previous required courses. G Lecture: 6:30-9:30 p.m., Th, 8/2-9/6, Garden Grove 150, 6 mtgs Instructor: L. Koki, GIS Specialist, OCWD Class: E125-11194W Fee: $635

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Mimi Lawson, 657.278.3313, mlawson@fullerton.edu

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GREEN Careers: from the EXPERTS Making an organization

Imagine a strategy where

Currently, there is a need for people with diverse backgrounds who can grasp the major concepts and execute projects involving sustainable practices at all levels and across all industries. Job seekers who have a formal education in areas related to sustainability have an edge over those who haven’t.

the choice is not solely

– Mauri Paz, Project Engineer, E2 ManageTech, Inc. and Applied Sustainability Advisory Board Member

environmentally sustainable requires a shift in thinking…

for immediate or shortterm economic growth, but rather a business practice to preserve the environment while increasing long-term profitability. Green careers are a huge area of growth as companies see the need to change their business practices.

Applying sustainability and ‘green’ practices to IT creates a whole new set of opportunities. The increased importance of sustainability over the next 2-5 years means that anyone joining this field now stands an excellent chance of creating the world the way they want it to be, and writing their own ticket for future positions.

– Mark Thiele, VP of Data Center Strategy, ServiceMesh and Green Data Center Advisory Board Member

Beginning a search for a green career is similar to beginning a search for any career; you have to discover where you can add value to an existing enterprise. Utilizing the tools you’ve learned in the Applied Sustainability certificate program, you can add value by showing existing enterprises how they can reduce waste, cut costs and increase their bottom line profits. This is more than just “green” business; this is good business.

– Kimberly B. Keilbach, author of “The Triple Bottom Line” sustainability column for WomenEntrepreneur.com and of Global Warming I$ Good for Business.

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Green/ Sustainability C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Applied Sustainability: Gateway to Economic Growth The Program Sustainability can be applied to almost every aspect of daily life, whether it is applied to the environment, society (in part or whole) or the local economy. These factors are all interdependent, yet at the same time intertwined. By taking a comprehensive look at their interconnections, people will be more inclined to seek and implement solutions for building sustainable communities, organizations and eventually a sustainable society. Making an organization environmentally sustainable requires a shift in thinking that proposes a strategy where the choice is not solely for immediate or short-term economic growth. It is a business practice to preserve the environment while increasing longterm profitability. Becoming a sustainable business can help organizations mitigate risk, allocate resources, fuel innovation, increase employee retention and create competitive revenue opportunities.

Eligibility

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Veronica Martinez, 657.278.3123, vmartinez@fullerton.edu

Sustainability as a Business Model SHSS 6759 (1 CEUs/10 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Government Policies and Regulations Impacting Sustainability SHSS 6761 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Leading Your Organization to a Sustainable Future SHSS 6765 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Sustainability as a Marketing Strategy SHSS 6763 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

The Certificate in Applied Sustainability: Gateway to Economic Growth consists of four required courses totaling 40 hours of lecture and discussion. 4.0 Continuing Education Units will be awarded to the certificate graduate.

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The Program Energy auditing is the first step in transforming commercial buildings such as offices, retail spaces, and municipal facilities into energy efficient and cost-effective structures. Utilities represent close to 30% of the operating cost in most buildings. The process of energy auditing provides valuable information about energy usage and identifies opportunities for energy and cost savings. At the national level, the Commercial Building Energy Alliance (CBEA) brings together building owners, engineers, and policy-makers to set a vision for achieving a 30% improvement in building efficiency, and in the process, create career opportunities. At the state level, CA AB32 includes a specific provision recognizing the importance of energy auditing in the reduction of a building’s carbon footprint. The need for qualified energy auditors to perform commercial building energy audits is driven by federal and state legislation as well as by the owners and operators of buildings. The Certificate in Commercial Building Energy Auditing is an opportunity to develop the knowledge you need to improve energy data management, apply appropriate energy-saving technologies, and make recommendations on structural improvements and system retrofits. In addition, you will examine best practices which influence energy conservation behavioral changes among building occupants. Most importantly, you will have the opportunity to capitalize on your knowledge of the building industry and retool your skill-sets to meet the needs of new standards with a new green focus.

This program has been designed to give participants an applied understanding of the concepts, practical knowledge and skills necessary to make effective and relevant decisions regarding the adoption of sustainability practices.

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Commercial Building Energy Auditing

There are no prerequisites for admittance to this program.

The Certificate in Commercial Building Energy Auditing consists of six required courses totaling 69 hours. The certificate graduate will receive 6.9 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

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Fundamentals of Energy Auditing SHSS 6758 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) To be offered in a future term.

Structural Audit: Peeling Back the Energy Shroud SHSS 6760 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) To be offered in a future term.

Lighting System Audit: How Bright! SHSS 6762 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) To be offered in a future term.

Water System Audit: Cost-Saving in Drips and Drops SHSS 6766 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) To be offered in a future term.

HVAC System Audit: Beyond the Ducts SHSS 6764 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) To be offered in a future term.

Performing an Energy Audit SHSS 6771 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) To be offered in a future term.

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Your ability to learn faster than your competition is your only sustainable competitive advantage.

Arie de Gues, Executive and Author of “The Living Company”

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Green Building The Program This program is being discontinued. New and existing students must complete all of the required courses by summer 2012 to be eligible for a certificate. Courses can also be taken individually for those not interested in pursuing a certificate. Please see the Classes section for the course schedule at www.csufextension.org/classes The new California Green Building Codes (CALGreen) effectively changed the building and construction profession as of January 2011. Set yourself apart by being able to respond to your customer’s inquiries and demands regarding new codes and regulations. Our certificate will help keep you up-todate with changes in the industry while you learn to integrate financially and environmentally conscious decision-making into your practices. You will learn about the emerging trend of developing sustainable communities through design and by defining more effective ways to use viable resources. Find out why green design and construction practices continue to gain momentum, and how each industry, including your own, can benefit from incorporating these practices. This program features elements from architecture, environmental planning, and construction management. You will gain essential training in the systems involved in water, energy, design, waste management, and much more. The Certificate in Green Building consists of nine courses totaling 85 hours of lecture and hands-on experience. The certificate graduate will receive 8.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), a nationally recognized unit used for professional development.

Waste Management/Waste Water SECS 6233 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) Prerequisite: none. Waste management is an integral and intricate system to consider during the design and construction of buildings. You will learn about the most recent developments in waste water management from water treatment to reclaimed water. An in-depth discussion will further examine the critical issues relating to solid waste management to consider during the design phase. You will focus on the various ways solid waste is processed and explore programs which provide innovative solutions to recycling, salvaging and energy generation. G Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sa, 6/2, Garden Grove 159, 1 mtg Instructor: A. Castro-Graham, MPA -Senior Management Analyst, City of Coachella Class: E125-11095T Fee: $150

Green Interior SECS 6235 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) Prerequisite: none. The design and creation of interior spaces can be complicated and provides an additional opportunity to apply sustainable practices. In this class, you will discuss Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) emphasizing Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) control of air-borne pollutants. Mold, moisture, and many other existing elements can be effectively managed through IEQ. Examination of new developments in efficient ventilation, cooling, and lighting systems as well as green furnishing will provide inspiration for unique design solutions. G Lecture: 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Sa, 6/9; 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 6/16, Garden Grove 257, 2 mtgs Instructor: R. Hulan, Principal at Hulan Design Class: E125-11096T Fee: $225

Eligibility This program is open to anyone who is interested. However, it is particularly beneficial to participants who have some background in the design and construction industries.

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Green Data Center Management The Program Data centers provide mission critical functions and have become symbiotic to most businesses. When servers go down businesses come to a virtual stop. Data centers also come in different sizes; whether it’s four servers in a closet or hundreds of servers in a huge warehouse. Regardless of size, data centers consume large amounts of energy and require the investment of significant financial resources to continue operating properly. In recent years, the data center management profession began focusing on best practices as a way to minimize energy consumption and overcome emission challenges. Businesses have also recognized that sustainable practices translate into financial savings. The Certificate in Green Data Center Management is designed to enhance the professional development of data center managers. The Certificate in Green Data Center Management consists of three required courses totaling 42 hours of lecture and discussion. The certificate graduate will receive 4.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), a nationally recognized unit used for professional development.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Veronica Martinez, 657.278.3123, vmartinez@fullerton.edu

Turning Green: Data Centers Energy Efficiency SECS 6714 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) To be offered in a future term.

Healthcare C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Healthcare Information Technology

Fundamentals of Healthcare Information Technology SHCS 6884 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Understanding Care Delivery Operations and Processes SHCS 6885 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

The Program The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act requires all patient medical records to be converted to an electronic format by 2014. Cal State Fullerton?s Certificate in Healthcare Information Technology provides an opportunity for professionals with an IT, healthcare, or project management background to prepare for a new career in this field. The mandate for electronic health record conversion has created a great demand within the healthcare industry. Professionals with strong technical knowledge and healthcare industry savvy can be trained to identify and implement solutions that take into account the complexity of the industry and facilitate a better flow of information. These courses are designed for healthcare professionals, clinical professionals, nurses, clinical analysts, IT and business analysts, IT architects, systems administrators and IT security management professionals. The Certificate in Healthcare Information Technology consists of four required courses totaling 63 hours of lecture and discussion. 6.3 Continuing Education Units will be awarded to the certificate graduate.

Eligibility There are no prerequisites for admittance to this program.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Veronica Martinez, 657.278.3123, vmartinez@fullerton.edu

Healthcare Information Technology System Analysis and Implementation SHCS 6886 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Applied Healthcare Informatics SHCS 6887 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) Prerequisite: Healthcare Information Technology System Analysis and Implementation. The ultimate goal of developing healthcare information technology (HIT) solutions is to facilitate healthcare informatics. Healthcare informatics is the integration of healthcare, information technology and computer science. Informatics allow for a smoother flow of care delivery information, better communication between different arms of the system, and most importantly, better patient care. Participants in this class will identify the opportunities to enhance care delivery using informatics tools and the data derived. The class will discuss strategies to measure care outcomes using informatics data sets. In addition, data intelligence as it applies to clinical decision support, care assessment, evidence-based protocol, and meaningful-use will be discussed extensively. Finally, the class will discuss the future of healthcare technology, including telemedicine, robotic applications, and virtual reality. G Lecture: 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Sa, 6/9-6/23; 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Sa, 6/30, Garden Grove 259, 4 mtgs Class: E125-11102I Fee: $450

Facilities Efficiency SECS 6715 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) To be offered in a future term.

Energy-Saving Server Optimization SECS 6721 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) To be offered in a future term.

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Human Resources Management The Program

ONE-SEMESTER PROGRAM

Superior human resources management can provide a significant competitive advantage. Human resources managers need to be viewed as fulfilling an integral and strategic role in the organization. This program will equip you to meet the human resources challenges of the 21st century. Graduates will be prepared to help their organizations through effective management of human resources in a diverse and changing environment. The Certificate in Human Resources Management consists of five required courses totaling 68 hours of lecture and discussion. The certificate graduate will receive 6.8 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s), a nationally recognized unit used for professional development. Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI) recertification credit hours are available for those who are PHR/SPHR certified. This certificate program has been approved for up to 68 recertification credit hours. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Rene De Leon, 657.278.8392, redeleon@fullerton.edu

Fundamentals of Human Resources Management

Employee Relations in a Changing Environment

SBAE 4518 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) Prerequisite: none. The human resources manager should be viewed as an integral and important part of an organization, working toward common stated goals. This class is designed to give you an introduction to the changing environment of the industry, including a history of human resources, and current issues and trends.

SBAE 4521 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) Prerequisite: none. Explore the economic and social factors that affect employees, including unionization and collective bargaining agreements. You will learn about the various applications of performance appraisals and evaluations, how to document employee activity, and how to conduct an employee investigation.

Textbook/Materials: Recommended: Human Resource Management, 13th Edition (ISBN 9780538453158). Available at www. titanbookstore.com.

Textbook/Materials: Required: Human Resource Management, 13th Edition (ISBN 9780538453158). Available at www. titanbookstore.com.

G Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sa, 6/2-6/9, Garden Grove 158, 2 mtgs Instructor: A. Knowles, HR Consultant, NorthCreek HR Consulting LLC Class: E125-11071W Fee: $295

G Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sa, 7/21-7/28, Garden Grove 158, 2 mtgs Instructor: D. Bender, Managing Partner, Onyx Global HR LLC Class: E125-11076W Fee: $295

Finding and Keeping Quality Employees

Compensation, Benefits and Reward Systems

SBAE 4519 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) Prerequisite: none. The most important thing a human resources manager can do for an organization is to attract and retain employees who agree with organizational goals and objectives, and are willing to work toward accomplishing them. This class will assist in the development of skills needed to recruit, select and retain qualified employees by teaching basic staffing practices and strategies.

SBAE 4951 (1.6 CEUs/16 hours) Prerequisite: none. Learn about compensation and benefits programs and how they contribute to achieving organizational strategies. You will learn the role of benefits and services in an organization and become familiar with the uses of compensation, benefits and reward systems, job evaluation, and salary structures and packages.

Textbook/Materials: Required: Human Resource Management, 13th Edition (ISBN 9780538453158). Available at www. titanbookstore.com.

Textbook/Materials: Required: Compensation, 9th Ed. (ISBN: 9780072969412 ). Available at www. titanbookstore.com.

G Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sa, 6/16-6/23, Garden Grove 158; 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sa, 6/166/23, Garden Grove 159, 2 mtgs Instructor: C. Jeffreys, Founder, Jeffreys Talent Management Class: E125-11075W Fee: $295

G Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sa, 6/30-7/7; 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Sa, 7/14, Garden Grove 158, 3 mtgs Instructor: C. Jeffreys, Founder, Jeffreys Talent Management Class: E125-11083W Fee: $310

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Current Issues in Employment Law SBAE 4952 (1.6 CEUs/16 hours) Prerequisite: none. Compliance with federal and state laws and regulations is a necessary part of the human resources function. This creates a work environment that is balanced between employer and employee rights and responsibilities. You will discuss and explore the critical laws and regulations affecting human resources management, giving particular attention to discrimination, sexual harassment, health and safety issues and workers’ compensation. G Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sa, 8/4-8/11; 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Sa, 8/18, Garden Grove 158, 3 mtgs Instructor: D. Evans, Senior Attorney, Liebert Cassidy Whitmore Class: E125-11084W Fee: $310

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In addition to the standard prerequisites, employers will be looking for workers who are able to quickly adapt to new responsibilities as companies respond to changing economic and industry trends. So workers should highlight their creative skills to differentiate themselves, says Lawrence Katz, an economist at Harvard University.

Job Seekers Be Creative and Flexible, Wall Street Journal, Jan. 1, 2012

Information Technologies C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Java Development The Program

HANDS-ON

The Certificate in Java Development is a hands-on instructor-led program that is designed for application developers who want to gain effective, real-world skills. It is especially appropriate for students who want to enhance their developer skills with cutting edge technologies to improve their career potential and opportunities for salary increases, as well as job role changes and promotions. These courses will enable you to engage in rapid development of Java applications and Web services. You will learn to design, implement, deploy, and maintain secure Web services and Web service clients using Java technology components and platform. The Certificate in Java Development consists of two classes totaling 72 hours of lecture and hands-on experience. The certificate graduate will receive 7.2 Continuing Education Units.

Eligibility Previous programming experience and familiarity with Object-Orientated analysis and design are required to enroll in the first class in this program.

Java Development - Part I SECS 6019 (3.6 CEUs/36 hours) Prerequisite: programming experience required; familiarity with Object-Oriented analysis/design recommended. Java is a leading programming language used by software engineers and programmers to develop small-scale, Web-based applications and large-scale, distributed applications. This class will provide an introduction to the Java programming language. You will learn the Java architecture, syntax, interfaces, packages, compiler, Java Development ToolKit (JDT), Object-Oriented design concepts and Graphical User Interface development. You will obtain experience developing a Java application. Textbook/Materials: Required – Java: How to Program, 8th edition (ISBN 9780136053064). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. ; Required: Headset with microphone (Logitech H110 or similar). This program is held in a live online Web Conference format. Students must have a headset with microphone to use with Adobe Connect. O Online Web Conference via Adobe Connect: 7 p.m.-10 p.m., Mon., 5/7-7/30; 12 mtgs. Instructor: A. Shahindoust, M.S., Engineering Manager, Toshiba America Business Solutions, Inc. Class: E123-20395W Fee: $1125

Java Development - Part II SECS 6024 (3.6 CEUs/36 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Mimi Lawson, 657.278.3313, mlawson@fullerton.edu

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Microsoft Access The Program

ONE-SEMESTER PROGRAM

ONLINE - Microsoft Access 2010 is here! If you have used one of the older versions or if this is your first exposure to Access, this is where you will find the essential information you need for your Access projects. These online courses are designed to help you get up to speed quickly and easily. The user-friendly format gives you the opportunity to learn at your own pace building and practicing skills that you need. Yet, unlike many online classes, you have direct access to an instructor who will guide you through creating databases, forms, reports and queries, and will be available to answer your questions. Textbook/Materials: Required for all Microsoft Access classes in this program - New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2010, Comprehensive (13 digit ISBN 9780538798471). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. The Microsoft Access Certificate consists of three classes totaling 51 hours of lecture and hands-on instruction. The certificate graduate will receive 5.1 Continuing Education Units.

Eligibility

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Perl Programming

This program is designed for anyone who wants to become a Microsoft Access power-user, as well as self-taught Microsoft Access users seeking to refine their skills. Students beginning the program are required to be proficient in using the Microsoft Windows Operating System. It is helpful if you are also proficient in another Microsoft Office application such as Microsoft Excel.

The Program

Perl is a stable, cross-platform programming language that is popular for writing everything from system utilities and administration, web programming, application development and especially text processing. Perl combines the power and ease of use of a number of popular UNIX tools, including sed, awk and the C programming language. Perl’s interface allows integration with third-party databases such as Oracle, Sybase, MySQL and others.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Mimi Lawson, 657.278.3313, mlawson@fullerton.edu

In these hands-on programming courses, you will learn about the Perl scripting language, using associative arrays, network communication and database integration. Advanced topics such as the objectoriented nature of Perl, integrating other tools in Perl scripts, and writing functions are also covered.

Equivalence Exam for Fundamentals of Microsoft Access SECS 8007 See course schedule for next offering.

Fundamentals of Microsoft Access SECS 4537 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Eligibility Students beginning the Certificate in Perl Programming are not required to have programming experience, but experience with Windows, UNIX or Linux is expected. Experience with C programming language or any of the UNIX shell languages will also be helpful, but is not required.

Intermediate Microsoft Access SECS 4238 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Advanced Microsoft Access

The program consists of two classes, each meeting for a total of 24 hours. The certificate graduate will receive 4.8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

SECS 4239 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

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Introductory Perl Programming

Advanced Perl Programming

SECS 5354 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: see “Eligibility.” You will learn the basic features of Perl and gain experience in writing typical applications. Included is a comprehensive overview of the Perl program structure and practice installing Perl. Also covered will be File I/O & Control statements, reading processes, using functions and writing subroutines, modules and packages. You will also address advanced topics and using Perl as a “Glue Language”. You will experience practice with Object-Oriented Perl, debugging and creating scripts.

SECS 5355 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: Introductory Perl Programming. In this class, you will build on the foundation created in Introductory Perl. You will use a number of popular modules from the CPAN sites. These modules, as well as hundreds of others, are what make Perl so powerful. The following modules (topics) are covered in the advanced Perl class: DBI & DBD, CGI & LWP, Perl Tk, GD, ExtUtil. The use of each of these modules is covered in detail, and example programs are reviewed in class. Web services, network programming and XML round out the discussion of Perl as a development tool for the Web.

Textbook/Materials: Required – Perl: How to Program (ISBN 9780130284181). Available at www.titanbookstore.com. Required: Headset with microphone (Logitech H110 or similar). O Online Web Conference via Adobe Connect: 6-9 p.m., Th, 5/3-6/21, 8 mtgs. Instructor: T. Calhoon, Senior Systems Administrator, Orange County Health Care Agency Class: E123-21497W Fee: $720 This program is held in a live online Web Conference format. Students must have a headset with microphone to use with Adobe Connect.

Textbook/Materials: Required - Perl: How to Program (ISBN 9780130284181). Available at www.titanbookstore.com. Required: Headset with microphone (Logitech H110 or similar). O Online Web Conference via Adobe Connect: 6-9 p.m., Th, 7/12-8/30 Instructor: T. Calhoon, Senior Systems Administrator, Orange County Health Care Agency Class: E125-11176W Fee: $720 This program is held in a live online Web Conference format. Students must have headset with microphone to use with Adobe Connect.

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Lifelong learning is about progression and development for both employment and personal fulfillment. It helps to better adapt to change, increases wisdom and creates a curious mind.

Eve M. Nedzewicz, Career Counselor and IT Project Manager

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

User Experience and Usability The Program User Experience, often termed “UX” or “UE,” has emerged as one of the fastest growing specializations in today’s business world. User Experience practice incorporates a wide array of cross-disciplinary principles. These include user-centered design, usability assurance and applied research to craft positive, effectual interactions between users and products. The goal is to improve organizational and business goals and performance. User-centered design processes are applicable from web or mobile applications to the hardware and equipment that utilize them, such as mobile phones or personal computers as well as a myriad of other devices or “digital” applications. Thus, a positive user experience is desirable whether developing elements of an aircraft cockpit, a life-saving medical device or a website. Organizations are increasingly recognizing the value of investment in user-centered design and usability testing to gain competitive advantages and increase profitability. Implementing a User Experience strategy can translate directly into customer loyalty, increased sales, reduced costs and increased efficiencies. Therefore, there is currently a significant demand for knowledgeable professionals to fill roles in the User Experience space. This certificate program will focus on establishing knowledge of the fundamental elements which comprise User Experience and Usability, beginning with the initial business justification on through the application of research, planning, design implementation and usability assurance processes. The Certificate in User Experience and Usability consists of six required courses totaling 87 hours of lecture and discussion. Certificate graduates will earn 8.7 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), a nationally recognized unit used for professional development.

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Introduction to User Experience and Usability SECS 6793 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Research and User Experience SECS 6795 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Analysis and Planning for User-Centered Design SECS 6796 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

User-Centered Design Principles and Methods SECS 6800 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) Prerequisite: none. A positive user experience derives in part from practitioners’ understanding of the elements that comprise a user-centered design process. This class will provide an in-depth look at key principles used in the execution of user-centered design. You will examine elements of design as they relate to User Experience, including human factors, information architecture, interaction design and visual design fundamentals such as layout and presentation. The class will also review important considerations of product development such as accessibility of product development such as accessibility and internationalization.

Concepts and Practices in Usability Testing

HANDS-ON

Prototyping User-Centered Design Solutions

SECS 6808 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) Prerequisite: Research and User Experience. Usability assurance methods, employed throughout the planning, testing and analysis phases of product or service deployment, offer the User Experience practitioner the tools to assess the efficacy of a product’s design elements and users’ perceptions of benefit. This class closely examines the varied components of usability test design, implementation, and analyses and reporting of actionable results. The class will focus on the fundamentals of usability testing using research and the application of principles and techniques through real-world examples.

SECS 6803 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) Prerequisite: User-Centered Design Principles and Methods. In order to effect skillful execution of a design solution, User Experience practitioners must learn to apply theory and technique at the earliest stages of design exploration. In this class, individuals will build upon key concepts and methods learned in User Centered Design Principles and Methods to learn and apply important hands-on wireframing and prototyping methods using real-world tools and techniques. The focus of this class is to provide individuals with demonstrable skills and solid understanding of the prototyping process.

Textbook/Materials: Required: Observing the User Experience: A Practitioner’s Guide to User Research, 1st Ed, 2003 (ISBN 9781558609235). Available at www. titanbookstore.com.

Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information.

G Lecture: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sa, 7/7-7/21, Garden Grove 160, 3 mtgs Instructor: H. Bienstock Class: E125-11101W Fee: $720

Textbook/Materials: Required Prototyping: A Practitioner’s Guide (ISBN 9781933820217). Available at www. titanbookstore.com.

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Textbook/Materials: Required - 1. User Centered System Design: new Perspectives on Human-Computer Interaction, 1986 (ISBN 9780898598728); 2. User-Centered Design Stories: Real-World UCD, 2007 (ISBN 9780123706089). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. G Lecture: 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Sa, 5/5-6/2 (no mtgs. 5/12, 5/26), Garden Grove 160, 3 mtgs Instructor: V. Lang Class: E123-20409W Fee: $600

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Interpretation & Translation C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Legal Interpretation (Spanish/English) The Program Are you bilingual in Spanish and English and have the aptitude for interpreting? Southern California is experiencing a continuous demand for trained and qualified SpanishEnglish interpreters in the criminal justice system, healthcare, civil service and business settings. This represents a considerable opportunity for anyone who is fluent in both Spanish and English. The classes in this program were designed to help provide bilingual individuals with the necessary training to work as interpreters in the legal field and prepare individuals for the California state examination to become certified court interpreters.

Program Features n Program orientation where guest speakers talk about the interpreting and translation profession and current employment opportunities n Access to a language laboratory to practice interpreting skills n An internship program in collaboration with the Orange County Family Law Court n A certificate from Cal State Fullerton identifying continuing education units (CEUs) earned for completion of the program To receive a Certificate in Legal Interpretation (Spanish/English), individuals must complete the six core courses and one required elective course totaling a minimum of 141 hours and 14.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Eligibility

REQUIRED CLASSES

The classes in the Legal Interpretation certificate are open to anyone who meets the stated prerequisites for each class. To be eligible to begin the program, students should have completed one of the following:

Eligibility Requirements

n Completion of the CSUF credit class Spanish 301 Advanced Grammar and Composition with a grade of C or better, and attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test;

n Program Orientation n Bilingual Proficiency Test Required n Introduction to Interpretation and Translation n The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts

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n Consecutive Interpreting

n Completion of 24 semester units or 36 quarter units of post-secondary education, and attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test;

n Simultaneous Interpreting

OR n Attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test to demonstrate bilingual competence in oral and written Spanish and English Waiving Certificate Classes No more than one CEU bearing course may be waived in order to be eligible for the certificate in Legal Interpretation (Spanish/ English).

n Sight Translation n Advanced Judiciary Interpreting Elective n Legal and Administrative Document Translation n Court Interpreting Internship n Written and Oral Exam Preparation

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Veronica Martinez, 657.278.3123, vmartinez@fullerton.edu

CEUs for a waived class cannot be reflected in the total CEUs earned for the certificate. Students interested in waiving a class or the bilingual proficiency test must submit a “Request for Waiving a Course” form (Fee $55 non-refundable). The waiver form is available on our Web site http://www. csufextension.org. Click on “info” then “Forms”, or you may also call 657.278.2611 to obtain a form. CSUF Credit Class that Contributes toward Certificate Eligibility Requirements Students may enroll in the CSUF degree credit class listed below, if needed, through Open Universtity Extended Education. Please consult the university’s class schedule for information about the schedule and availability for these classes for the current semester. Open University registration forms are available through the University Extended Education Registration Office. Spanish 301 Advanced Grammar and Composition (3 units) Emphasis on grammar analysis and written expression. Conducted in Spanish.

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ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Program Orientation SHSS 6450 See course schedule for next offering.

Bilingual Proficiency Test SHSS 6700 See course schedule for next offering.

REQUIRED CLASSES Introduction to Interpretation and Translation SHSS 6701 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts SHSS 6702 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Consecutive Interpreting

Simultaneous Interpreting

SHSS 6703 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: Introduction to Interpretation and Translation, The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts or approval of the program manager. This course begins the expansion, development, acquisition and use of Spanish-English legal terminology used in administrative hearings, civil litigation and criminal proceedings. The fundamentals of consecutive interpreting are learned and practiced using concentration techniques, memory enhancement, and interpreting skills in the consecutive mode. Tapes, courtrelated transcripts and various other legal documents are used to develop fluency and speed of interpreting skills. Usage of the language laboratory is a component of this class.

SHSS 6704 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: Consecutive Interpreting, Introduction to Interpretation and Translation, The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts or approval of the program manager. Simultaneous interpreting requires analytic skills to grasp ideas, decode large chunks of meaning and reformulate them as concisely as possible. You will get an introduction to the practice of simultaneous interpretation. You will learn and practice a variety of techniques to develop skills in simultaneous interpretation of administrative civil and legal proceedings. There will be an emphasis on continued acquisition of general legal vocabulary, as well as techniques to deal with unknown terms, memory lapses and loss of concentration. Exercises will develop speed, length, informational load, and terminology. This is a language laboratory class.

Note: Students must have met the language requirements to enroll in this course. Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Required - 1. Edge 21: Consecutive Interpreting Book & CDs (ISBN 978-1880594377). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. If you are purchasing your textbooks/ materials from the bookstore, it is recommended that you contact them 7-10 days before your class begins to confirm availability of textbooks/materials. F Lecture: 1-2:30 p.m., Sa, 6/16-8/4, Fullerton H 323; 2:30-4 p.m., Sa, 6/16-8/4, Fullerton H 325, 8 mtgs Instructor: A. Taracena, California & Oregon Court Certified Interpreter. Class: E125-11110L Fee: $385

C o u r s e S c h e d u l e -L e g al I n t e rp re t a t i o n ( S p anis h/Englis h) CLASS

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Advanced Judiciary Interpreting Court Interpreting Internship

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Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Required - Edge 21: Simultaneous Interpreting, Book & CDs (ISBN Interpreting 9781880594391). Available at www.titanbookstore.com. If you are purchasing your textbooks/ materials from the bookstore, it is recommended that you contact them 7-10 days before your class begins to confirm availability of textbooks/materials. F Lecture: 9-10:30 a.m., Sa, 8/18-10/13 (no mtgs 9/1), Fullerton H 325; 10:30 a.m.12 p.m., Sa, 8/18-10/13 (no mtgs 9/1), Fullerton H 326B, 8 mtgs Instructor: A. Taracena, California & Oregon Court Certified Interpreter. Class: E125-11169L Fee: $385

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Written and Oral Exam Preparation

Note: Students must have met the language requirements to enroll in this course.

FIELD INTERNSHIP

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Sight Translation SHSS 6705 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: Consecutive Interpreting, Introduction to Interpretation and Translation, Simultaneous Interpreting, The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts or approval of the program manager. Sight translation is a complex and unique technique requiring an interpreter to give an oral rendition of written text quickly and accurately. This class provides an overview of the concepts and techniques of sight translation. Analysis of legal texts focusing on the similarities and differences in Spanish and English grammar will be examined. Exercises in speed reading, vocabulary building and oral summaries of written texts from Spanish to English and English to Spanish will be used to further develop sight translation skills. Note: Students must have met the language requirements to enroll in this course. Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information. Textbook/Materials: Required - 1 Edge 21: Sight Translation, Book & CDs (ISBN 9781880594414). Available at www. titanbookstore.com. If you are purchasing your textbooks/ materials from the bookstore, it is recommended that you contact them 7-10 days before your class begins to confirm availability of textbooks/materials. F Lecture: 9-10:30 a.m., Sa, 7/7-8/25, Fullerton H 323; 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Sa, 7/7-8/25, Fullerton H 325, 8 mtgs Instructor: A. Schulte, Federal & State Certified Court Interpreter/Translator Class: E125-11111L Fee: $385

Advanced Judiciary Interpreting SHSS 6706 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

ELECTIVE CLASSES

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Legal and Administrative Document Translation SHSS 6456 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) Prerequisite: Translation: Contrastive Analysis of Spanish/English or approval of the program manager. Legal translation requires a basic understanding of the legal systems in both the source and target language. You need familiarity with terminology and the legal writing style of the target language; and a high level of accuracy in meaning, tone, and style. This class provides an overview of legal and administrative document translation and its respective features. This includes the different types of legal systems, and how to research legal terminology in both Spanish and English. Exercises and discussion will also emphasize the importance of cultural and linguistic differences that can affect the meaning of legal text. Note: Students must have met the language requirements to enroll in this course. F Lecture: 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Sa, 6/23-8/4, Fullerton H 126, 7 mtgs Instructor: M. Rios, Spanish/English Interpreter by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts and the CA Judicial Council Class: E125-11105L Fee: $355

Court Interpreting Internship SHSS 6336 (4.5 CEUs/45 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Healthcare Interpreting (Spanish/English) The Program Classes for new students will begin in Fall 2012 If you are bilingual in Spanish and English, have an aptitude for interpreting, and a strong desire to be of service to the medical community, now is the perfect time to put your language skills and cultural knowledge to use. State regulations from the California Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) require that health plan providers and insurers provide document translation, timely access to interpreter services and quality assurance of interpretation and translation services. Now more than ever, there is a need for qualified Spanish-English interpreters in the healthcare field. The classes in the Healthcare Interpreting (Spanish/English) certificate focus on the development of applied learning in a cohesive program that prepares bilingual speakers to work as healthcare interpreters. Emphasis is placed on understanding the problems and complexities of interpretation and the roles and responsibilities of a healthcare interpreter, use of pertinent medical terminology and its context, and development of interpretation skills.

Program Features Written and Oral Exam Preparation SHSS 6707 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

n Program orientation where guest speakers talk about the interpreting and translation profession and current employment opportunities n Access to a language laboratory to practice interpreting skills n A practicum opportunity at a local health care service facility n A certificate from Cal State Fullerton identifying continuing education units (CEUs) earned for completion of the program To receive a Certificate in Healthcare Interpreting (Spanish/English), individuals must complete the five required core courses totaling a minimum of 99 hours and 9.9 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Elective courses are optional for additional credit.

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Eligibility The classes in the Healthcare Interpreting certificate are open to anyone who meets the stated prerequisites for each class. To be eligible to begin the program, students should have completed one of the following: n Completion of the CSUF credit class Spanish 301 Advanced Grammar and Composition with a grade of C or better, and attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test; OR n Completion of 24 semester units or 36 quarter units of post-secondary education, and attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test;

REQUIRED CLASSES

REQUIRED CLASSES

Eligibility Requirements

Introduction to Interpretation and Translation

n Program Orientation n Bilingual Proficiency Test Required

SHSS 6701 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

n Introduction to Interpretation and Translation

The Role of the Healthcare Interpreter SHSS 6708 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

n The Role of the Healthcare Interpreter n Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology

Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology

n Healthcare Interpreting I n Healthcare Interpreting II

SHSS 6709 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Elective n Healthcare Interpreting Practicum

OR n Attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test to demonstrate bilingual competence in oral and written Spanish and English Waiving Certificate Classes No more than one CEU bearing course may be waived in order to be eligible for the certificate in Healthcare Interpreting (Spanish/English). CEUs for a waived class cannot be reflected in the total CEUs earned for the certificate. Students interested in waiving a class or the bilingual proficiency test must submit a “Request for Waiving a Course” form (Fee $55 non-refundable). The waiver form is available on our Web site http://www.csufextension.org. Click on “info” then “Forms”, or you may also call 657.278.2611 to obtain a form. CSUF Credit Class that Contributes toward Certificate Eligibility Requirements Students may enroll in the CSUF degree credit class listed below, if needed, through Open University enrollment in University Extended Education. Please consult the university’s class schedule for information about the schedule and availability of these classes for the current semester. Open University registration forms are available through the University Extended Education Registration Office. Spanish 301 Advanced Grammar and Composition (3 units)

Healthcare Interpreting I

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SHSS 6710 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

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ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS Program Orientation SHSS 6450 See course schedule for next offering.

Bilingual Proficiency Test SHSS 6700 See course schedule for next offering.

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Healthcare Interpreting II Healthcare Interpreting Practicum

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ELECTIVE CLASS

Healthcare Interpreting II SHSS 6711 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: Healthcare Interpreting I, Introduction to Interpretation and Translation, Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology, The Role of the Healthcare Interpreter. Building on the skills developed in Healthcare Interpreting I, this class provides further practice of the consecutive mode with consideration to simultaneous interpretation. Medical and healthcare topics will vary according to linguistic complexity, and participants will interpret short and long pieces of discourse with a variety of registers to develop fluency and speed of interpreting skills. Emphasis will also be placed on helping individuals choose effective interpreting strategies and apply them to a variety of healthcare settings specializing in mental health, rehabilitation, AIDS and HIV, Workers’ Compensation, trauma, and death and dying. Note: Students must have met the language requirements to enroll in this course. Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information.

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Healthcare Interpreting Practicum SHSS 6712 Prerequisite: Healthcare Interpreting I, Healthcare Interpreting II, Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology, The Role of the Healthcare Interpreter; a minimum grade of B on required classes. This practicum opportunity will help participants strengthen and refine their interpreting skills at a health services facility by applying skills learned such as conflict management, cross-cultural communication, and technical aspects of interpreting. Participants will begin by observing professional qualified interpreters, solicit and receive feedback and coaching, and then move into actual volunteer interpreting assignments in appropriately monitored situations. This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. F Lecture: 5/29-8/18, Fullerton TBA Class: E125-11113L Fee: $55

Textbook/Materials: Required - The Essentials: Medical Edition. Students should purchase directly from the University of Arizona National Center for Interpretation at www.nci.arizona.edu

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Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.

The Program Classes for new students begin in Fall 2012. Do you enjoy words and savor the challenge of using them effectively and correctly? Are you fluent in both Spanish and English, with an aptitude for translating? If so, a career in translation could be just what you are looking for. Because translation is a global phenomenon with no national boundaries, opportunities in this career field will continue to expand. The globalization of business and the pervasive use of electronic communications have created many opportunities for skilled translators who can facilitate accurate written business and technical communications. Out of necessity, the translation of written communication within many businesses is frequently accomplished by bilingual employees who are not trained in translation. Unfortunately, this approach can result in serious miscommunication and errors that can be very costly. The Certificate in Professional Translation was created to provide individuals who are bilingual in Spanish and English with an opportunity to improve their level of translation skills and substantially boost their career potential. This program also addresses the needs of interpreters of the spoken word who want to expand their skill sets. Hands-on classes are geared to practical learning through interactive and engaging activities.

F Lecture: 1-2:30 p.m., Sa, 7/7-8/25, Fullerton H 325; 2:30-4 p.m., Sa, 7/7-8/25, Fullerton H 321A, 8 mtgs Instructor: N. Arce, Medical Interpreter/ Translator at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center; CCHI Certified Class: E125-11112L Fee: $385

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Professional Translation (Spanish/English)

The Certificate in Professional Translation (Spanish/English) is a “sister” program to our certificates in Healthcare Interpreting and Legal Interpretation. These programs focus on interpretation of the spoken word and are also designed for people who are bilingual in Spanish and English. To receive a Certificate in Professional Translation (Spanish/English), individuals must complete the six core courses and one required elective course totaling a minimum of 114 hours and 11.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

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Eligibility The classes in the Professional Translation certificate are open to anyone who meets the stated prerequisites for each class. To be eligible to begin the program, students should have completed one of the following: n Completion of the CSUF credit class Spanish 301 Advanced Grammar and Composition with a grade of C or better, and attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test; OR

REQUIRED CLASSES Eligibility Requirements

Required n Introduction to Interpretation and Translation

Elective n Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology

Students may enroll in the CSUF degree credit class listed below, if needed, through Open University enrollment in University Extended Education. Please consult the university’s class schedule for information about the schedule and availability of these classes for the current semester. Open University registration forms are available through the University Extended Education Registration Office. Spanish 301 Advanced Grammar and Composition (3 units)

SHSS 6700 See course schedule for next offering.

n Translation: Contrastive Analysis of Spanish/English

n Attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test to demonstrate bilingual competence in oral and written Spanish and English

CSUF Credit Class that Contributes toward Certificate Eligibility Requirements

Bilingual Proficiency Test

n Principles of Translation

OR

CEUs for a waived class cannot be reflected in the total CEUs earned for the certificate. Students interested in waiving a class or the bilingual proficiency test must submit a “Request for Waiving a Course” form (Fee $55 non-refundable). The waiver form is available on our Web site http://www. csufextension.org. Click on “info” then “Forms”, or you may also call 657.278.2611 to obtain a form.

SHSS 6450 See course schedule for next offering.

n Bilingual Proficiency Test

n Business and Financial Translation

No more than one CEU bearing course may be waived in order to be eligible for the certificate in Professional Translation (Spanish/English).

Program Orientation

n Program Orientation

n Completion of 24 semester units or 36 quarter units of post-secondary education, and attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test;

Waiving Certificate Classes

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

REQUIRED CLASSES Introduction to Interpretation and Translation

n Legal and Administrative Document Translation

SHSS 6701 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

n Technical and Scientific Translation

Principles of Translation SHSS 6442 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

n The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts

Translation: Contrastive Analysis of Spanish/English

n Spanish/English Grammar Review

SHSS 6465 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

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Business and Financial Translation SHSS 6466 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Co urs e S c he dule - P ro f e s s io nal Trans lat io n ( S panis h/Englis h ) CLASS

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Principles of Translation F The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts

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Legal and Administrative Document Translation SHSS 6456 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) Prerequisite: Translation: Contrastive Analysis of Spanish/English or approval of the program manager. Legal translation requires a basic understanding of the legal systems in both the source and target language. You need familiarity with terminology and the legal writing style of the target language; and a high level of accuracy in meaning, tone, and style. This class provides an overview of legal and administrative document translation and its respective features. This includes the different types of legal systems, and how to research legal terminology in both Spanish and English. Exercises and discussion will also emphasize the importance of cultural and linguistic differences that can affect the meaning of legal text. Note: Students must have met the language requirements to enroll in this course. F Lecture: 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Sa, 6/23-8/4, Fullerton H 126, 7 mtgs Instructor: M. Rios, Spanish/English Interpreter by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts and the CA Judicial Council Class: E125-11105L Fee: $355

Technical and Scientific Translation SHSS 6467 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) Prerequisite: Translation: Contrastive Analysis of Spanish/English. In this class, you will learn translation skills targeting technical and scientific translation. As science and technology develop, new English words used to express the latest concepts, techniques and inventions are created. Therefore, it is important for individuals to hone their research skills and develop language specific glossaries for major topic areas in technical and scientific language. Class exercises will emphasize the translation of text in a manner that can be comprehended by professionals, technicians and end-users. Note: Students must have met the language requirements to enroll in this course. F Lecture: 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Sa, 8/18-9/29 (no mtgs 9/1), Fullerton H 413, 6 mtgs Instructor: M. Rios, Spanish/English Interpreter by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts and the CA Judicial Council Class: E125-11106L Fee: $345

ELECTIVE CLASSES Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology SHSS 6709 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts SHSS 6702 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Spanish/English Grammar Review SHSS 6468 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Legal Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/ English) Certificate The Program Classes for new students begin in Fall 2012. If you are proficient in Vietnamese and English and would like to embark on a profession that uses your language skills, consider a career in Legal Interpretation and Translation. The Certificate in Legal Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/English) can help you take your language skills to the next level and prepare for a challenging and indemand career. This program addresses the continuing need for qualified VietnameseEnglish interpreters and translators in the courts and related areas of the law. Graduates of the Certificate in Legal Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/ English) will have the skills needed to succeed in this field, as well as preparation to pass the state examination to become a certified interpreter. Special features of this program include a program orientation in which guest speakers talk about the interpreting profession and current employment opportunities; access to a language lab to practice interpreting skills; and an internship program in legal interpretation. To receive a certificate in Legal Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/English), individuals must complete the eight required courses totaling a minimum of 153 hours of lecture and discussion and may select additional elective classes for up to 222 hours. At least 15.3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be awarded to the certificate graduate.

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Eligibility The classes in the Legal Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/English) certificate are open to anyone who meets the stated prerequisites for each class. Before starting the certificate, students should have met one of the following eligibility requirements: n Completion of 24 semester units or 36 quarter units of post-secondary education, and attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test; or n Demonstrate bilingual competence in oral and written Vietnamese and English, and attend the Program Orientation and pass the bilingual proficiency test Before taking any of the skill-based interpreting/translation courses that require Vietnamese/English bilingual proficiency, students must take and receive a satisfactory score on a bilingual proficiency test. In order to ensure that students in a course possess the required knowledge and skills and to maintain high-quality courses/ programs, University Extended Education reserves the right to drop students from a course if they do not meet the minimum prerequisite requirements as indicated in the course description and the certificate program eligibility requirements. For clarification about course and/or certificate program prerequisites, please contact University Extended Education at (657) 2782611 prior to enrolling. Waiving Certificate Classes No more than one core CEU bearing course may be waived in order to receive a certificate in Legal Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/English). CEUs for a waived class cannot be reflected in the total CEUs earned for the certificate. Students interested in waiving a class or the bilingual proficiency test must submit a “Request for Waiving a Course” form (Fee $55 non-refundable). The waiver form is available on our Web site http://www.csufextension.org. Click on “info” then “forms”, or you may also call 657.278.2611 to obtain a form.

REQUIRED CLASSES

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Eligibility Requirements

Program Orientation (Vietnamese/ English)

n Program Orientation (Vietnamese/English) n Bilingual Proficiency Test (Vietnamese/ English)

SHSS 6548 See course schedule for next offering.

Required n Introduction to Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/English)

Bilingual Proficiency Test (Vietnamese/ English)

n The U.S. Legal and Court System (Vietnamese/English)

SHSS 6791 See course schedule for next offering.

n Principles of Translation (Vietnamese/ English)

REQUIRED CLASSES

n Legal and Administrative Document Translation (Vietnamese/English)

Introduction to Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/English)

n Consecutive Interpreting (Vietnamese/ English)

SHSS 6444 (0.9 CEUs/0.9 hour) See course schedule for next offering.

n Simultaneous Interpreting (Vietnamese/ English)

The U.S. Legal and Court System (Vietnamese/English)

n Med-Legal Sight Translation (Vietnamese/ English)

SHSS 6451 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

n Advanced Judiciary Interpreting (Vietnamese/English)

Principles of Translation (Vietnamese/ English)

Elective n Vietnamese/English Grammar Review

SHSS 6549 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

n Court/Legal Interpreting Internship (Vietnamese/English)

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Amanda Lopez, 657.278.5836, amandalopez@fullerton.edu

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Legal and Administrative Document Translation (Vietnamese/English)

Advanced Judiciary Interpreting (Vietnamese/English)

SHSS 6794 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

SHSS 6553 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: Med-Legal Sight Translation, Simultaneous Interpreting, Consecutive Interpreting, Legal and Administrative Document Translation, Principles of Translation, Introduction to Interpretation and Translation and The U.S. Legal and Court System. This capstone class conducted in the language laboratory will help you master the techniques of fluent and accurate interpreting. You will build on the skills developed in the Simultaneous Interpreting, Consecutive Interpreting and Med-Legal Sight Translation classes. The emphasis is on practical, advanced training in interpreting longer and more complex legal proceedings. This includes a comprehensive review of criminal, civil proceedings and administrative hearings as well as specialized subjects in preparation for the workplace. The course concludes with an examination to measure development of skill level in the three modes.

Consecutive Interpreting (Vietnamese/ English) SHSS 6551 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Simultaneous Interpreting (Vietnamese/ English) SHSS 6552 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Med-Legal Sight Translation (Vietnamese/English) SHSS 6550 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Please be advised that a Username and Password will be required to access online and lab classes. Please see the “Computer Access” section in the “General Information Policies” of our catalog for more information.

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F Lecture: 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Sa, 6/23-6/30, Fullerton H 325; 9-10:30 a.m., Sa, 7/7-8/11, Fullerton H 325; 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Sa, 7/7-8/11, Fullerton H 121, 8 mtgs Instructor: B. Tonnu, J.D., Bilingual Vietnamese/English Interpreter and Translator;L. Le, M.A. in Linguistics; English/ ESL Teacher; Vientamese/English Interpreter and Translator Class: E125-11108L Fee: $385

CSUF Credit Classes Open to the Public Did you know that you can take university level classes without formal admission to Cal State Fullerton? Open University provides an opportunity for people who are not formally admitted to the university to take degree credit classes, on a space available basis. Many of these courses are transferable to other colleges and universities. Whether you are a college student, a working professional, or simply intellectually curious, you can enroll in Cal State Fullerton classes. Open University is ideal for: • T  hose who need to take prerequisites for a graduate or credential program • “ Guest” students from other educational institutions • T  ransfer students waiting to be admitted to CSUF. For more information, go to www.openuniv.fullerton.edu or call 657.278.2611.

ELECTIVE CLASSES Vietnamese/English Grammar Review SHSS 6554 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Court/Legal Interpreting Internship (Vietnamese/English) SHSS 6555 See course schedule for next offering.

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Leadership C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Leadership Development

Lean/ Six Sigma

Developing the Leader Within SBAE 6006 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Forming and Working in a Team SBAE 6007 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

The Program Realize your leadership potential in this certificate program designed for emerging leaders. The current management emphasis on teams and teamwork makes leadership skills critical to success in today’s workplace. You begin by assessing the attributes, skills, knowledge and personal goals that you bring to the role of leadership. You will learn what it means to lead with a vision. You will also examine the nature of strategic leadership and develop a better understanding of your purpose and role within the organization. Classes are led by seasoned experts in coaching, mentoring and teams. The Certificate in Leadership Development includes six courses totaling 36 hours of lecture and hands-on experience. The certificate graduate will receive 3.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Six Sigma, Yellow Belt

Coaching Skills for Emerging Leaders SBAE 6008 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

The Program For the most efficient utilization of Six Sigma improvement methodology, there is a need for wide-spread knowledge concerning the overall process and the basic process improvement tools. The Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate will prepare you to work more efficiently with the Green Belts and Black Belts and contribute to Six Sigma projects.

Mentoring for Employee Development SBAE 6009 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Performance Leadership - Leading through Continuous Change SBAE 6010 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Six Sigma Black Belts are the leaders who have an advanced understanding of the methodology and analytical tools used in Six Sigma. Six Sigma Green Belts are the problem solvers who contribute to the efforts of data collection and analysis and process mapping.

Organizational Leadership SBAE 6011 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

The Certificate in Six Sigma Yellow Belt helps create employees who have a broad understanding of the overall process, the process improvement methods, and are able to use the concepts to evaluate the capability of a process. Individuals who have a Six Sigma Yellow Belt certificate have an understanding of the Six Sigma philosophy, but typically do not lead projects.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Rene De Leon, 657.278.8392, redeleon@fullerton.edu

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They are able to apply Six Sigma processes to their daily activities and can be valuable in changing the way a process improvement can contribute to organizational objectives. The Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate provides an overview of Six Sigma and its methodology. Practical examples and a hands-on project will help prepare you to work in a Six Sigma environment.

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The Certificate in Six Sigma Yellow Belt consists of three required courses totaling 24 hours of lecture and discussion. 2.4 Continuing Education Units will be awarded to the certificate graduate.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Mimi Lawson, 657.278.3313, mlawson@fullerton.edu

Introduction to Six Sigma Yellow Belt SECS 6351 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Using Process Improvement in Six Sigma Yellow Belt SECS 6353 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Process Improvement Projects SECS 6356 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt The Program

HANDS-ON

Lean Six Sigma is a quantitative process that promotes improved effectiveness and efficiency in an organization. It is a quality improvement methodology structured to reduce product or service failure rates to a negligible level (roughly 3.4 failures per million opportunities). To achieve these levels, it encompasses all aspects of business, including management, service delivery, design, production and customer satisfaction. The term Lean Six Sigma has come to imply a business culture of strategies, tools, and statistical methodologies to improve the bottom line. Lean Six Sigma characteristics include operating processes under statistical control, controlling input process variables (rather than the usual output product variables), maximizing equipment uptime and optimizing cycle time. Even in administrative processes, Lean Six Sigma may result in the reduction of cycle time during work. But more importantly, it can also optimize response time to inquiries, maximize the speed and accuracy with which inventory and materials are supplied, and mistake-proof support processes from errors, inaccuracies and inefficiency.

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Standardizing a methodology to achieve Lean Six Sigma allows you to focus on reducing the standard deviation within individual processes rather than obsessing over method. This standardization creates a common language and a common cause throughout the value stream.

This program provides participants with a thorough exposure to the tools and methods that are necessary to successfully lead and contribute to Lean Six Sigma projects. In the foundation of the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training, students are given the tools to identify improvement projects, measure results, and analyze performance data. The Certificate in Lean Six Sigma Green Belt consists of two required courses totaling 80 hours of lecture and discussion. 8.0 Continuing Education Units will be awarded to the certificate graduate.

Eligibility The program is open to all interested persons who possess at least a high school diploma. It is recommended that students have one year of high school or college algebra.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Mimi Lawson, 657.278.3313, mlawson@fullerton.edu

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt SECS 6428 (4 CEUs/40 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Plus SECS 6429 (4 CEUs/40 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

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C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Six Sigma, Black Belt The Program

HANDS-ON

What is Six Sigma? It is a quality management methodology that uses data and statistical analysis to eliminate defects and improve effectiveness and efficiency. Six Sigma relies on both Green Belts and Black Belts who each have a role in the successful completion of a project. Being able to implement Six Sigma methodology is a highly marketable skill that is in demand in many industries. Black Belts are at the core of every Six Sigma project. They are the leaders who have an advanced understanding of the methodology and analytical tools used in Six Sigma. The ultimate goal of Black Belts is to promote the implementation of Six Sigma quality improvement strategies throughout the organization. Both classes in the Green Belt Certificate are prerequisites for the Certificate in Six Sigma Black Belt, because those classes provide a critical foundation. You will take your knowledge to the next level in Black Belt training. You will develop and complete a project that will benefit your company, while discovering the tremendous value of Six Sigma methodology. Six Sigma can make all the difference when used to: reduce the cycle time during production, optimize response time to inquiries, maximize the speed and accuracy of the supply chain, and “mistake-proof” support processes.

Please Note: Students who have completed both Six Sigma Green Belt classes at Cal State University, Fullerton will receive a 10% discount off the price of each Six Sigma Black Belt class. Contact Mimi Lawson at 657.278.3313 or email mlawson@fullerton. edu for more information. The Awarding of Certificates: After completion of Six Sigma Advanced Statistical Techniques and Processes, a certificate of attendance will be awarded to Black Belt students. After the successful completion of the approved project (which needs to be completed within a year), a Black Belt Certificate will be awarded. The certificate graduate will receive 8.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Eligibility The program is open to all interested persons who possess at least a high school diploma and have completed the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Plus class. One year of high school or college algebra and some experience in a quality-related job are recommended.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Mimi Lawson, 657.278.3313, mlawson@fullerton.edu

Six Sigma Black Belt, Application of Statistical Techniques SECS 5015 (4 CEUs/40 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Management C E R T I F I C AT E I N

The Art and Science of Effective Management The Program “Small businesses that implement effective employee management strategies experience a 23.3% higher profit growth and a reduction in employee turnover by 66.8%,” according to a study from Cornell University and the Gevity Institute. On completion of the Certificate in The Art and Science of Effective Management, you will have the tools to implement and practice such a strategy at your company. In the Certificate in The Art and Science of Effective Management, you will examine 12 major topics, with one three-hour, evening session devoted to each topic. Please see the Certificate in The Art and Science of Effective Management class descriptions for more information. This program has enjoyed great popularity among the Orange County business community. Classroom lectures and outof-class readings focus on current theory, and are integrated with case studies and role-playing exercises.

Six Sigma Black Belt, Advanced Statistical Techniques and Processes

The Certificate in The Art and Science of Effective Management consists of twelve classes totaling 36 hours of lecture and hands-on exercises. The certificate graduate will receive 3.6 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

SECS 5016 (4 CEUs/40 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Eligibility This program is open to all interested persons.

For More Information

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Communication Skills for Leaders SBAE 4867 See course schedule for next offering.

Advanced Communication and Presentation Skills for Leaders SBAE 6802 See course schedule for next offering.

Fullerton Arboretum

Setting High Expectations: Selection, Orientation, and Coaching

Effective Time and Stress Management

SBAE 6790 See course schedule for next offering.

SBAE 6804 See course schedule for next offering.

Team-Building Strategies for Your Organization

Using Your Right Brain: Making Creative and Ethical Decisions

SBAE 6797 See course schedule for next offering.

SBAE 6805 See course schedule for next offering.

Great Perennials: Make the Right Choices Saturday, March 10th, 9 – 11 AM $20/members and $25/non-members

Win-Win Strategies for Managing Workplace Politics, Conflict and Difficult Employees

Financial Management: What Every Manager Needs to Know

How to Grow the Best Tomatoes Thursday, March 15, 12 – 2 PM $10/members and $13/non-members

SBAE 6806 See course schedule for next offering.

Monster Tomato & Pepper Sale March 16-18, 9 AM – 4 PM

SBAE 6798 See course schedule for next offering.

Pursuit of Excellence: Goal Setting and Performance Appraisals SBAE 6799 See course schedule for next offering.

Navigating New Developments in Employment Law

Leading and Motivating for Success SBAE 6807 See course schedule for next offering.

Discovering Your Leadership Strengths SBAE 6809 See course schedule for next offering.

Spring 2012 Highlights Programs

Farm Stand 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month 10 AM – 1 PM

Home Composting Saturday, March 24, 10 – 11:30 AM Free for residents of the hosting cities Fullerton, Brea, Santa Ana, Orange and Buena Park. Otherwise, $5/members and $7/non-members Plant Identification Intro Saturday, April 7, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM $25/member and $30/non-member Green Scene Plant and Garden Show, Saturday April 14 and Sunday, April 15 10 AM - 4 PM; $6.00 All Ages

SBAE 6801 See course schedule for next offering.

Urban Farmer: Pest Control Saturday, April 21, 9 – 11:30 AM $20/member and $25/non-member

C o u r s e S c h e d u l e -T h e A rt an d S c i e n c e o f Ef f e c t iv e Manage me nt CLASS

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Win-Win Strategies for Managing Workplace Politics, Conflict and Difficult Employees

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Pursuit of Excellence: Goal Setting and Performance Appraisals

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Navigating New Developments in Employment Law

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Advanced Communication and Presentation Skills for Leaders

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Effective Time and Stress Management

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Using Your Right Brain: Making Creative and Ethical Decisions

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Financial Management: What Every Manager Needs to Know

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Leading and Motivating for Success

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Discovering Your Leadership Strengths

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Water Conservation Gardening: Irrigation Saturday, April 28, 1:30 – 3:30 PM $25/members and $30/non-members Perennial Palooza! Saturday, June 9 and Sunday, June 10 9 AM – 4 PM For complete event and education listings and registration information, n Call 657.278.3407 n Visit www.fullertonarboretum.org n E-mail farboretum@fullerton.edu The Fullerton Arboretum is open every day of the year except New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and occasional special events. Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. each day. 1900 Associated Road at Yorba Linda Blvd., Fullerton Voluntary donations accepted at entrance.

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C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Project Management The Program Would you like to develop a portfolio that demonstrates and validates your project management knowledge and capabilities? In the Project Management Certificate classes, experienced project managers will guide you step-by-step through all aspects of the completion of a “virtual project”. This project begins in the first class of the Certificate in Project Management Certificate and goes through the final class. The focus of the Project Management Certificate is the application of knowledge, and interpersonal skills along with the project management cycle. The certificate program is offered in collaboration with the Project Management Institute (PMI), Orange County Chapter, Inc. On completion of the final class, you will have a substantial portfolio that includes all aspects of your work managing the virtual project. Several certificate graduates report successfully using this portfolio to help them get project management jobs. The Certificate in Project Management Certificate consists of six required courses totaling 81 hours. The certificate graduate will receive 8.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Textbook/Materials: Required - A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, 4th edition (ISBN 9781933890517). Recommended - Project Management: A Managerial Approach, 7th edition (ISBN 9780470226216). Available at www.titanbookstore.com.

Program Feature Instructors are highly qualified experts in the industry with theoretical knowledge and practical project management experience.

Eligibility The classes in the program are open to anyone who meets the stated prerequisites for each class.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Denelle Pankratz, 657.278.2605, dpankratz@fullerton.edu

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Project Management Overview

Project Evaluation and Closure

SBAE 5119 (1.2 CEUs/12 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

SBAE 4820 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) Prerequisite: Project Execution and Control: Putting it all Together. This class addresses document retention and project closure. Archiving documents on completion of each phase of the project facilitates the retention of vital information, including documents that: record/analyze project performance; show customer requirements and deliverables; and/or provide important project details.

Managing Procurement, Planning and Risk in Projects SBAE 5772 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Managing Quality and Communications in Projects

Textbook/Materials: see program information.

SBAE 5122 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

G Lecture: 6:30-9:30 p.m., MW, 6/4-6/11, Garden Grove 257, 3 mtgs Instructor: E. Kent, Consultant Class: E125-11082W Fee: $290

Project Management Skills in Time and Cost Management SBAE 5121 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

ELECTIVE Project Management Tools including MS Project

Project Execution and Control: Putting it all Together

SBAE 5123 (1.8 CEUs/18 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

SBAE 5188 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

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C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Supply Chain Management The Program Learn how to effectively and efficiently manage the activities of the supply chain, and prepare yourself for an in-demand career with solid earning potential. Supply chain management is defined as the process of managing materials, information and financial flows in a network of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and customers. The coordination and integration of these flows is critical. This program is designed to help you understand the importance of the supply chain, the role it plays in an organization’s strategic development and the need for accurate inventory management techniques. You will also learn about supplier relationship management, procuring from international resources and working with diverse cultures. The Certificate in Supply Chain Management consists of six courses totaling 120 hours of lecture and hands-on experience. The certificate graduate will receive 12.0 Continuing Education Units.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/certificate or contact Rene De Leon, 657.278.8392, redeleon@fullerton.edu

Introduction to Purchasing and Supply Chain Management SBAE 5297 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Supply Chain Logistics

Bring Green Practices to your Business

SBAE 5299 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Customer and Process Management in the Supply Chain SBAE 5301 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Introduction to Global Supply Chain Procurement SBAE 5302 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Supply Chain Management: Design & Optimization SBAE 5300 (2.4 CEUs/24 hours) Prerequisite: completion of the five previous classes in this certificate program. This capstone class includes an overview of the supply chain, activities within the supply chain, and techniques to better manage the supply chain. Through projects and case studies, you will integrate and use the knowledge acquired in the previous courses. You also learn to measure and manage the performance of the supply chain.

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Textbook/Materials: Required - Designing and Managing the Supply Chain, 3rd edition with CD (ISBN 9780073341521). Available at www.titanbookstore.com. G Lecture: 7-10 p.m., M, 6/18-8/6, Garden Grove 158, 8 mtgs Instructor: T. Vercillo, President & CEO, IFMC, Inc. Class: E125-11085W Fee: $485

Inventory Control and Management in the Supply Chain SBAE 5298 (2.1 CEUs/21 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

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Graduate Program in Applied Mathematics

Earn Your Masters of Science Degree in Counseling Next cohort starts in Spring 2013.

The Cal State Fullerton Department of Mathematics offers a graduate program in applied mathematics leading to the Master of Arts degree. This program was developed in consultation with mathematicians and scientists in the local industrial community. It is designed for individuals who are seeking or currently hold positions which involve mathematical or quantitative applications.

Are you interested in helping children, families, couples, groups and communities cope with life’s challenges? Do you want to promote wellness? Would you like a satisfying career that values personal growth? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, a career in counseling might be for you. The CSUF Department of Counseling offers its nationally accredited master’s degree program at the CSUF Garden Grove Center. This 60-unit graduate program prepares you to work in schools, mental health agencies, government services, business, and in private practice.

The coursework emphasizes: • Modern applied mathematics • Problem solving • Modeling • Computation

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To receive more information, visit http://math.fullerton.edu/appliedoption

Program Details and Admissions Requirements: http://hhd.fullerton.edu/counsel/

or call the Mathematics Department at (657) 278-3631.

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MASTER OF

SOCIAL WORK

A PART-TIME PROGRAM:

EARN YOUR INCOME WHILE EARNING A DEGREE

Applications accepted now for Fall 2012!

Prepare for a leadership role in public social service organizations. MSW Program Facts: n  Program is 60-units in length and takes less than 3 years to complete n  Classes held three evenings a week during fall, spring, and summer terms n  Classes take place at the CSUF Irvine Campus n Fieldwork in child welfare or community mental health is included Learn more: www.csufextension.org/MSW

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Meeting Planning C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Professional Meeting Planning and Special Events The Program A successful meeting or event doesn’t just “happen.” Creating the right event for the target audience requires careful attention to detail as well as skills in problem solving, negotiation, and project management, plus a substantial infusion of energy and creativity. The certificate in Professional Meeting Planning and Special Events is designed for individuals who wish to learn the core competencies and skills necessary to plan and produce successful meetings, conferences and events. Students will learn the components of meeting and event planning and will be guided step-bystep through the specific topics resulting in the creation of a portfolio-ready project presentation that demonstrates the student’s comprehensive knowledge of the meeting planning and events industry. In addition to fast tracked learning supported by highly-qualified industry professional instructors, students will have the opportunity to participate in site visits as well as interact with and hear from industry speakers and partners. Convenient Saturday classes are designed to provide a dynamic learning experience with extensive interaction between students and instructors.

The classes in this program can also provide a foundation for participants who will seek professional designation through the Convention Industry Council, which awards the meeting planning designation known as the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) or the Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP) designation through the International Special Events Society (ISES). The Certificate in Professional Meeting Planning consists of nine required courses totaling 40 hours of lecture and discussion. The certificate graduate will receive 4.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), a nationally recognized unit used for professional development.

For More Information www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Denelle Pankratz, 657.278.2605, dpankratz@fullerton.edu

Planning Successful Meetings and Special Events: Part I SBAE 6587 (0.7 CEUs/7 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Planning Successful Meetings and Special Events: Part II SBAE 6588 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Budgeting: Strategic Financial Management SBAE 6589 See course schedule for next offering.

The Site Selection Process SBAE 6591 See course schedule for next offering.

Negotiations and Contracts Simplified SBAE 6590 See course schedule for next offering.

Creating Special Events SBAE 6592 See course schedule for next offering.

Take the Guesswork Out of Food and Beverage Planning SBAE 6593 See course schedule for next offering.

Event Production and Meeting Space Layout SBAE 6594 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Project Presentations SBAE 6595 See course schedule for next offering.

Co urs e S c he dule - P ro f e s s io nal Me e t ing P lanning and S pe c ia l E vents CLASS

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Winter/Spring 2013

Planning Successful Meetings and Special Events: Part I

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Planning Successful Meetings and Special Events: Part II

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Budgeting: Strategic Financial Management

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Negotiations and Contracts Simplified

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The Site Selection Process

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Creating Special Events

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Take the Guesswork Out of Food and Beverage Planning

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Event Production and Meeting Space Layout

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Project Presentations

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Private Investigation C E R T I F I C AT E I N

Private Investigation The Program

ONE-SEMESTER PROGRAM

Get the training you need to join the challenging field of private investigation, where job growth is anticipated at more than 25% through 2014. The escalation in Internet crime, identity theft, increased litigation, security concerns within corporations, and the need for protection of confidential information and property are some of the factors contributing to this trend. Students in this certificate are diverse, having included active duty police detectives, currently licensed private investigators, people who work in the ancillary areas of law enforcement, homemakers and college-age young people interested in the field. Convenient Saturday classes have an informal atmosphere where everyone can feel at ease and enjoy learning about a unique industry. The Certificate in Private Investigation consists of five required courses totaling 60 hours of lecture and discussion. The certificate graduate will receive 6.0 Continuing Education Units (CEU’s), a nationally recognized unit used for professional development.

Program Feature Job opportunities will be sent to individuals completing this program. This service is provided for one year.

Eligibility Students with a minimum of three year’s investigative experience may request to waive the “Introduction to the Profession of Private Investigation” class. Students interested in waiving this class need to submit a “Request for Waiving a Course” form and register for “Course Waiver: Private Investigation” (Fee $55 - nonrefundable). The waiver form is available on our Web site - http://www.csufextension.org. Click on “Info” then “Forms”, or you may also call 657.278.2611 to obtain a form.

PLEASE NOTE

For More Information

The materials used in the following workshops have been developed by BTPS Test Prep. Workshops cover the most current examination areas and familiarize the students with subjects through sample questions and time-tested practice. ALL class fees include materials. If necessary, students may repeat the workshops at no additional cost. NOTE: Fees paid for preparation classes do not include payment and registration for actual examination.

www.csufextension.org/classes/ certificate or contact Denelle Pankratz, 657.278.2605, dpankratz@fullerton.edu

GRE Graduate Record Exam General Test

Introduction to the Profession of Private Investigation SHSS 5384 (0.6 CEUs/6 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Basic Principles of Investigation SHSS 5385 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Applied Investigative Practices SHSS 5386 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Investigative Specialization SHSS 5387 (1.5 CEUs/15 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

Optimizing Investigative Resources SHSS 5388 (0.9 CEUs/9 hours) See course schedule for next offering.

C o u r s e S c h e d u l e -P ri vat e I n ve s t i g at i o n CLASS

Test Preparation

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Introduction to the Profession of Private Investigation

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Basic Principles of Investigation

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Applied Investigative Practices

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Investigative Specialization

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Optimizing Investigative Resources

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EXED 5709 Prerequisite: none. Learn how to maximize your test-taking potential on the NEW 2011-2012 GRE! This workshop will provide classroom instruction about the newly revised GRE including new question types, strategies, in-class practice testing, and computer section-level adaptive testing. This workshop emphasizes analyzing and reviewing each of the new sections and new question types: Quantitative Reasoning includes arithmetic, algebra, geometry, data analysis, data interpretation, and word problems; Verbal Reasoning includes reading comprehension, text completion, and sentence equivalence. The two Analytical Writing essays are “Analysis of an Issue” and “Analysis of an Argument.” A short review of mathematics is also included. Starting in November, the book included in the course fee is the 2011 edition of CliffsTestPrep GRE General Test Guide with a CD/ROM written by the authors of BTPS Testing. This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. F Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 6/2-6/23, Fullerton H 523, 4 mtgs Class: E125-11054J Fee: $425 F Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 7/28-8/18, Fullerton H 523, 4 mtgs Class: E125-11055J Fee: $425

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GMAT Graduate Management Admission Test

CSET: Multiple Subjects California Subjects Exam for Teachers

EXED 5713 Prerequisite: none. Includes the official Guide to the GMAT. Effective preparation for the GMAT is important. You will learn with expert instructors who will introduce testtaking strategies, and offer timed-practice testing. Areas covered are: Math Ability/ Problem Solving (including a short review of algebra and geometry), Data Sufficiency, Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and the Analytical Writing Assessment. The book included in the course fee is The Official Guide to the GMAT with more than 800 past GMAT questions.

EXED 5719 Prerequisite: none. New edition text included in all classes! Get the edge in preparing for the CSET. You will review the test format and analyze the question types. Strategies and techniques for the multiple-choice and constructed-response questions will be discussed with short reviews in selected areas. This program is designed to help students apply their knowledge to meet exam requirements in each of the exam subtests including: Subtest I - History/Social Science and Reading, Language & Literature; Subtest II - Science and Math; Subtest III - Visual and Performing Arts, Physical Education and Human Development. The book included in the course fee is the newly revised edition of Cliffs TestPrep CSET - Multiple Subjects Preparation Guide by Jerry Bobrow, Ph.D. and BTPS faculty.

This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. F Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Su, 6/3-6/24, Fullerton H 523, 4 mtgs Class: E125-11056J Fee: $425 F Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Su, 8/5-8/26, Fullerton LH 304, 4 mtgs Class: E125-11057J Fee: $425

CBEST California Basic Educational Skills Test EXED 5718 Prerequisite: none. Includes information about the new computer test. Let our outstanding teachers give you the edge to pass this very important exam. A special emphasis will be placed on a review of mathematics and applying math skills to CBEST question types. The Essay Section will also be carefully reviewed. There will be a short review of the Reading Comprehension Section including skills necessary to help potential teachers understand, interpret and analyze passages. The book included in the course fee is the newly revised edition of Cliffs TestPrep CBEST Preparation Guide by Dr. Jerry Bobrow, Ph.D. and BTPS faculty.

This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. F Lecture: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sa, 8/11-8/25, Fullerton LH 304, 3 mtgs Class: E125-11059J Fee: $415

EXPERIENCE LIFELONG LEARNING Experience the joy and fun of learning – without the stress of exams! Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at CSUF is a membership organization for retirees and those approaching retirement. FREE CLASSES – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Best of the Eclectics I Alternate Tuesdays - 10 a.m.-Noon June 5, 19; July 3, 17, 31 Best of the Eclectics II Alternate Thursdays - 10 a.m.-Noon June 14, 28; July 12, 26; August 9 Broadway Goes Hollywood Alternate Thursdays - 1-3:15 p.m. June 7, 21; July 5, 19; August 2 New Vistas in Science Alternate Tuesdays - 10 a.m. – Noon June 12, 26; July 10, 24; August 7

OLLI OPEN HOUSE Saturday • August 11 • 9 a.m. – Noon Ruby Gerontology Center Tours, refreshments & free parking

657.278.2446 http://olli.fullerton.edu/ Parking passes are available at kiosks for $8 and include Lots A, E and G. Visit www.parking.fullerton.edu or call 657.278.3082 for more information.

This is a Cal State Fullerton A.S.C. class. F Lecture: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Sa, 7/14-7/28, Fullerton H 125, 3 mtgs Class: E125-11058J Fee: $295

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GENERAL INFORMATION Who May Register Non-credit, Continuing Education Unit (CEU), and Extension credit (e.g. MKT X431) classes are open to the public and most of these classes do not have degree requirements. Enrollment and participation in these types of courses does not constitute admission to California State University, Fullerton as a matriculated student. There are some non-state-funded (termed “special session programs”) degree programs listed in this catalog that are administered through University Extended Education. Because these programs do not receive state-tax dollars to subsidize tuition costs, tuition prices are similar to those of a private academic institution, and matriculation in these programs is distinctly different from matriculation in one of the University’s statefunded degree programs. Students must apply to these “special session programs” and meet all of the admission requirements as stated for each program by the Academic Unit sponsoring the program. Students earn the same accredited degree from the University as they would from an equivalent state-funded degree offering.

Four Ways to Register 1. Online 24 hours a day Register Now www.csufextension.org/Register Use your credit card to register. 1. Telephone 657.278.2611 M-Th, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat., 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Have ready your credit card number, expiration date, and your student I.D. or Social Security number. A receipt will be mailed to you. 2. In Person College Park building, Suite 100 CP is at the corner of Nutwood & Commonwealth) Mon.-Thurs.: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Fri.: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sat.: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Complete a registration form and present it at the University Extended Education office. 3. Mail Send the completed registration form with your check, money order or credit card information to: University Extended Education Registration Cal State Fullerton P.O. Box 6870 Fullerton, CA 92834-6870

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Garden Grove Center Registration In-person registration is also available at the CSUF Garden Grove Center, 12901 Euclid Street. Call 714.741.9161 for more information. Hours are:

Official Transcripts:

8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., M-Th

• Via the Internet 24/7 through the National Student Clearinghouse.

8 a.m. to 5 p.m., F 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Sat.

Computer Access for Hands-on Online or TITANium Classes You need to obtain your Username and Password in advance of accessing any CSUF computer and/or to participate in any online or TITANium (Moodle) managed class. Here’s how it works: • A PIN notification letter is sent to you by U.S. mail on your first registration with UEE. • The very first time you logon to the CSUF portal (www.fullerton.edu) you need to use your PIN as your Password and your Campus Wide I.D. (CWID) as your Username. • Following prompts, you will then be required to create a Username and Password. • Once you have completed this process, you will use your Username and Password to logon. You will no longer need to use your Campus Wide I.D. or PIN to logon. If you have questions, or have not been successful in obtaining your Username and Password, please contact UEE Student Services at 657.278.2611.

Transcripts may be ordered one of two ways:

• By completing the Transcript Request Form and providing a personal check to cover the related fees either in person or by mail as instructed on the Form. For more information: http://www.fullerton.edu/ admissions/CurrentStudent/Transcripts.asp

Unofficial Transcripts: Unofficial transcripts are available through Titan Online via the Student Portal. The first time a student accesses the portal, they should login using their CWID and PIN. Once they login, they will create a personalized username and password that will be required each time they access the portal. • Go to www.fullerton.edu • Enter username and password (see instructions above) in the Portal Login section • Click “Login” • Select Titan Online • In the Student Center section, click on the Student Center link (left menu) • Select 1098 Tax form preference (mail or electronic) • Click “Save”, use pull down menu to return to Student Center • Under Academic History, click on “View Unofficial Transcript” Note: All official transcripts are handled through A & R, including those for UEE Classes.

Technical Requirements for Online Classes OPTIMAL Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, or 7 or Macintosh OS X (10.5) Processor: 3 GHz Memory: 2-3GB Plug-ins: Adobe PDF Reader, Flash Player, QuickTime, Java Browser: Firefox 3.6 or Internet Explorer 7.0/8.0 Display: 1280 x 1024 Software: Microsoft Office 2007 or Office 2010 CD: 24 x CD Internet Connection: FiOS/DSL/CABLE Email Account: CSUF student email account Sound Card: Required

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MINIMAL Windows XP or Macintosh OS X 2 GHz 1GB Adobe PDF Reader, Flash Player, QuickTime, Java Firefox 3 or Internet Explorer 7.0 800 x 600 Windows XP or Open Office, PowerPoint 2007 Viewer 12 x CD DSL/CABLE CSUF student email account Required

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Student I.D., Social Security Number & PIN Student I.D. Number: Students receive a campus wide identification number, which is not their social security number. This student identification number will be used to identify all records pertaining to the student. If you have lost or misplaced your CWID, go to https://my.fullerton.edu/CSUFCWID/index.aspx Social Security Number: Students are required to provide the university with their correct social security numbers (individual taxpayer identification numbers) pursuant to the authority contained in Section 41201, Title 5, California code of Regulations, and Section 6109 of the Internal Revenue Code. The university uses the social security number to identify records pertaining to the student and, if needed, to collect debts owed the university. Also, the Internal Revenue Service requires the university to file information returns that include the student’s social security number and other information. Students who do not have a social security number at the time of enrollment will be required to obtain a social security number and submit it to the university within 60 days. Failure to furnish a correct social security number may result in the imposition of a penalty by the Internal Revenue Service. See “Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997” for additional information. How do I get a PIN? The first time you register for a class with Extended Education at Cal State Fullerton, you will receive a Personal Identification Number (PIN) through the mail. Use this number in combination with your student ID to customize your account and gain access to your information on the CSUF Web site (where you can look up grades, units, classes taken, etc.). UEE students who lose or misplace a PIN, you may go to https://my.fullerton.edu/UEEpin. CSUF admitted students need to contact the Admissions and Records Service Center at LH-114 in person to obtain their PIN.

Class Changes and Withdrawals If you need to drop a class, you may do so in person, by phone, fax or mail through the Extended Education registration office, 657.278.2611. Drops are not available online. The day the form is received is the official date of withdrawal and determines the amount of refund, if any. (See “Refunds” for additional information.)

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Cancelled Classes University Extended Education reserves the right to cancel, postpone or combine classes. Classes may be cancelled if fewer than the required number of students enroll. Every effort will be made to avoid canceling classes. However, University Extended Education receives no support from public funds and the necessity of operating on a self-supporting basis requires registration minimums. If a class is cancelled, a full refund will be issued. You may transfer the fees from the cancelled class to another class if you do so within two days of the cancellation. In most cases, refunds can be applied toward the cost of a new class.

Fees Late registration (credit classes) . . . . . . . $25 Grade option change (credit classes) . . . $10 Dishonored/returned Check, or refuted credit card payment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $25 Parking fees (per day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $8

Refunds Refund Policy for Extension courses: Refunds are based on the date official withdrawal is received in the Extended Education office. Drops cannot be made online. Allow up to six weeks for refunds via check. If you paid with a credit card, allow 7-10 business days for your refund to be credited back to your credit card. If you do not receive your refund by that time, please call the Extended Education office at 657.278.2611. • If you drop at least one working day prior to the class start date, a full refund less $10 per class dropped will be issued. • If you wait until the day of the first class meeting, or any time thereafter, the amount of the refund is based on the number of class meetings. (Also see Online Class Refunds for additional information.) • Four or Less Class Meetings-There is no refund. • Five or More Class Meetings-If less than 25 percent of the classes have elapsed, a 65 percent refund will be issued. After 25 percent of the classes have elapsed, there will be no refund. (For example, there would be no refund for withdrawals after three meetings of a 12-meeting class because 25 percent of the class time has elapsed.)

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Online Classes • Dropping prior to the beginning of a class: If you drop at least one working day prior to the class start date, a full refund less $10 per class dropped will be issued. • Dropping after a class begins: If less than 25% of the calendar days for the class have elapsed, a 65% refund will be issued. If 25% or more of the calendar days for the class have elapsed, there will be no refund.

Refund Policy for Open University: To drop an Open University class, submit a Course Request Change Form to our Student Services office as soon as possible. Drops cannot be done online. Refunds will be based on the date the drop is received. • Summer session has different sessions with varying start dates. You must check the registration and withdrawal dates of the specific session for the class you are taking. In Summer session only: • If received during the early registration period, you will receive a full refund minus $10 per course. Signatures are not required and there will be no record of enrollment. • If received on or after the start of the specific session but within the drop period, you will receive a refund of 65%. Signatures are not required and there will be no record of enrollment. • Drops after the late registration period for each session are only allowed for serious and compelling reasons. An approved Post-Census Withdrawal Petition is required and no refunds are given. For Fall and Spring: • If received after the semester has started but within the drop period, you will receive a refund of 65%. Signatures are not required and there will be no record of enrollment. • If received during the withdrawal period (“W” drop), you will receive a refund of 65%. However, approvals are required from the instructor and department stamp. • During the late withdrawal period, drops are only allowed for serious and compelling reasons. An approved PostCensus Withdrawal Petition is required and no refunds are given.

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GENERAL INFORMATION Open University Open University provides an opportunity for people who are not currently admitted to California State University, Fullerton to enroll in undergraduate and graduate-level classes with the required approval. Open University is available to: • Professionals who want to update their training. • Anyone who wants to “sample” a field of study. • Other university/college students needing a particular class. • International students with an I-20 from another educational institution and authorization from the Designated School Official (DSO) at their institution. • Disqualified CSUF students who need to raise their GPA. Disqualified students may not enroll in more than 6 units per academic term. • Future undergraduate transfer students or those who need to earn prerequisites for admission to a degree program or credential. Open University is not available to: • Students officially admitted to Cal State Fullerton. • All applicants, regardless of citizenship, who have not attended, for at least three years, a school at the secondary level or beyond in which English was the principal language of instruction. These applicants are required to score above the minimums on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): 500 (PBT) or 61 (iBT); or IELTS of 5.5. Verification of test score must be presented when registering. See www.fullerton. edu/admissions/ProspectiveStudent/ International.asp for more information.

Enrollment Instructions Registration is on a space-available basis and is determined at the time of registration. Enrollment does not constitute admission to the university. To download information on the enrollment instructions, dates and forms, go to www.openuniv.fullerton.edu.

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Academic Advising Academic advisement is required for all Open University students. An approval signature from the Open University advisor is required on the registration form. • Lyn Richie-Walker, University Hall, room 123; phone 657.278.7645 or email lrichie-walker@fullerton.edu • Margaret Luzzi, College Park, room 100; phone 657.278.7644 or email mluzzi@fullerton.edu

Class Selection To register for a class, students must have taken the required prerequisites. Some courses have corequisites, which must be taken during the same semester. To view these requisites and class descriptions, go to www.fullerton.edu/catalog. To see the current class schedule visit www.fullerton.edu/ schedule and select the correct semester. Uncheck “show only open classes” to see all sections offered in this semester.

Course Requirements and Grades • Students are required to participate fully and meet all class requirements and prerequisites, which may include standard examinations. • Open University grades become a part of the student’s official university academic transcript. For instructions on getting transcripts, go to www.fullerton.edu/ admissions/FormerStudent/Transcripts.asp

Credit Earned Through Open University A maximum of 24 credits earned through Open University enrollment may count toward a bachelor’s degree. Credits earned through Open University may not be used to fulfill the residence requirement (30 semester units) for a bachelor’s degree. For graduate degrees, normally 6 to 9 units of approved credits earned through Open University enrollment may apply, but for degrees which require more than 30 units, more units of credit may apply. Please consult the graduate advisor for the degree program.

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Enrollment Instructions: Fall and Spring Semesters 1. Check the CSUF class schedule for days and times of the class you need at www. fullerton.edu/schedule. 2. Download PDF’s of the Open University Enrollment Instructions, Registration dates and Fees and Registration forms, at www. openuniv.fullerton.edu. 3. Academic advisement is required for all Open University students. An approval signature from the Open University advisor is required on the registration form. • Lyn Richie-Walker, University Hall, room 123; phone 657.278.7645 or email lrichie-walker@fullerton.edu • Margaret Luzzi, College Park, room 100; phone 657.278.7644 or email mluzzi@fullerton.edu 4. A dated instructor signature and department stamp are required before registration will be processed. Attend the first class meeting and have the instructor sign and date the Open University registration form. Registration is provided on a space available basis, after priority registration of admitted students. Instructors have requested that students not contact them to sign the form before the first class meeting. Instructors may wait to sign until they are certain space is available. Students must register for classes within one week after the instructor’s signature and date are obtained. 5. Take the form to the academic department office of the course you are trying to add for their stamped approval. For some courses, especially at the graduate level, students will also need the approval of the graduate advisor and/or the department chair. Academic department office locations can be found at http://www.fullerton.edu/academics.asp. 6. The registration period for Open University students begins the first day of classes. Return the registration form, complete with all necessary approvals, to the UEE Student Services office in College Park 100 to be processed. Payment is required at the time of registration.

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Students must register by the semester deadlines www.openuniv.fullerton.edu. Enrollment is on a space-available basis and is determined at the time of registration. Student Services staff will process the registration and confirm enrollment. Only at this point will students be officially enrolled in the class. University Extended Education Student Services office 2600 Nutwood Ave., Suite 100 Phone (657) 278-2611 Mon-Thu: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Saturday: 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. 7. Retain your receipt to verify enrollment for the instructor.

Enrollment Instructions: Summer Session 1. Check the Summer Class Schedule for days and times of the class(es) you need at www.summer.fullerton.edu. 2. Contact an Open University Advisor for advisement and class approval prior to registration. The Open University Advisors are: • Lyn Richie-Walker, University Hall, room 123; phone 657.278.7645 or email lrichie-walker@fullerton.edu • Margaret Luzzi, College Park, room 100; phone 657.278.7644 or email mluzzi@fullerton.edu 3. If you are registering by the early registration deadline, you can register online or in person at the University Extended Education office. Please refer to the Summer Registration Schedule or website www.summer.fullerton.edu for the ways to register. 4. If you are registering after the early registration deadline, registration is on an approval (space available) basis. a. Download PDF’s of the Open University Enrollment Instructions, Registration dates and Fees and Registration forms, go to www.openuniv.fullerton.edu b. You will need to meet with an advisor and obtain an approval signature on the registration form. An appointment is recommended, but walk-ins are also welcome. • Lyn Richie-Walker, University Hall, room 123; phone 657.278.7645 or email lrichie-walker@fullerton.edu

c. A dated instructor signature and department stamp are required before registration will be processed. Attend the first class meeting and have the instructor sign and date the Open University registration form. Instructors have requested that students not contact them to sign the form before the first class meeting. Instructors may wait to sign until they are certain space is available. d. Take the form to the academic department office of the course you are trying to add for their stamped approval. For some courses, especially at the graduate level, students will also need the approval of the graduate advisor and/or the department chair. Academic department office locations can be found at http://www.fullerton.edu/ academics. e. Students must register by the segment session deadline. Enrollment is on a “space available” basis and is determined at the time of registration. Payment is required at the time of registration. Student Services staff will process the registration and confirm enrollment. Only at this point will students be officially enrolled in the class. University Extended Education Student Services office 2600 Nutwood Ave., Suite 100 Phone (657) 278-2611 Mon-Thu: 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m., Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday: 8 a.m. -12 p.m. 5. Retain your receipt to verify enrollment for the instructor.

Become familiar with University policies New regulations (Executive Order 1037) apply that could affect your registration. These regulations include the number of times a class can be taken, incompletes and withdrawals. View http://www.fullerton.edu/admissions/ Resources/FAQ.asp For other information about California State University, Fullerton visit www.fullerton.edu. Information on parking fees and regulations is available at www.parking.fullerton.edu.

Academic Information: Credit Classes Extension Credit Classes Extension credit classes have an “X” in front of the class number (e.g., PSYC X405) listed below the course title. Up to 24 Extension credit units may apply as electives toward an undergraduate degree at Cal State Fullerton. With prior approval from a graduate adviser, up to nine units may apply toward a graduate degree. Additional units may apply to graduate degrees requiring more than 30 units. If you have any questions, please consult your graduate adviser.

Grading Policy CSUF has given its faculty the option of using the plus/minus grading system. Instructors use either letter grades or administrative symbols to evaluate and report all course credit work. There are three university grading options: • Option 1 uses letters and in some cases letters with +/- symbols (A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, D-, F). • Option 2 uses “CR” (credit) to designate passing work or “NC” (no credit) for failing work. Unless designated otherwise, any course may be taken as either Option 1 or 2. • Option 3 allows you to audit a class. Any course may be audited. To designate this option, enter “AU” on the registration card at the time you pay the class fee. On completion of the class, “AU” will be recorded on your permanet student record. NOTE: Credits toward a major, minor or general education requirement are to be taken under Option 1. Only 36 “credit/nocredit” (Option 2) units may be applied toward a bachelor’s degree. For additional information regarding grading policies, refer to the CSUF catalog which is available at the Titan Bookstore.

Extension Credits/ Student Inquiry Form If you want to apply extension credits toward a CSUF degree, fill out a Student Record Inquiry form and apply to have the units considered as part of your course work. These forms are available at the Office of Admissions and Records, LH 114.

• Margaret Luzzi, College Park, room 100; phone 657.278.7644 or email mluzzi@fullerton.edu

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GENERAL INFORMATION Academic Information: CEU Classes The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized uniform unit of measurement to record individual participation in non-credit academic, professional development educational and training programs. It is based upon attendance in non-degree non-credit academic classes of continuing professional education programs sponsored by organizations following the guidelines established by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). The hour equivalency for reporting education and training to professional and state licensing organizations is: ten (10) hours of instruction = 1.0 CEU or one (1) hour of instruction = 0.1 CEU. The primary purpose of the CEU is to provide a permanent record of the educational accomplishments of an individual who has completed significant non-credit educational and career enhancement experiences. The CEU is also used for licensed professionals such as nurses, engineers, fiduciaries, social workers, etc., who are required to submit proof of continuing education and professional development activity in order to maintain their license. For organizations to award CEUs, they must follow the criteria and guidelines set forth by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 1620 I Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006.

Grading Policy One CEU is awarded for every ten contact hours of participation; fewer than ten hours are shown as fractional CEUs. Instructors award a grade of “CR” (credit) or “NC” (no credit) on the basis of attendance and satisfactory completion of assignments.

Attendance Requirements to Receive CEU Credit: • Classes that meet no more than two times require 100 percent attendance. • Classes that meet three or more times require a minimum of 90 percent attendance.

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Letter Grades Cal State Fullerton Extended Education does not officially give letter grades for noncredit and CEU classes. However, we do understand that some employers require a letter grade for reimbursement. To satisfy that requirement, Cal State Fullerton Extended Education will provide you with a letter grade equivalent by mail approximately 4 weeks after the course end date. To report a missing letter grade equivalent, please e-mail: ddavy@fullerton.edu. The unofficial letter grade will be the only written notification you receive. Unofficial transcripts are available through the New TITAN Online. Official transcripts are available through CSUF Admission and Records. See “Transcripts” for more information on the process.

Certificate Requirements: Study Plan To be eligible for a certificate in a UEE program, candidates must earn a passing grade in all required classes for that program with verified attendance and successful completion of all assignments, projects and exams. Some programs have requirements in addition to successful completion of all classes. Before submitting a Study Plan/ Request for Certificate, refer back to the Eligibility information for your specific program.

Library 657.278.2714 Extension students may obtain a library courtesy card by presenting an Extension fee receipt at the first-floor circulation counter or using The TitanCard (see “TitanCard”).

Disabled Student Services Disabled persons requiring assistance from the university may contact Disabled Student Services, University Hall, rm. 101, 657.278.3117.

Veteran’s Benefits Persons eligible for Veteran’s benefits can contact the CSUF Office of Veteran’s Services (Langsdorf Hall, rm. 116) at 657.278.2373.

Student Health Center Titan Health Card Open University students may also use the Student Health and Counseling Center (SHCC) by purchasing a Titan Health Card under the condition that services provided to them would not affect services provided to regularly-enrolled students who have paid the mandatory student health service fee. Other charges may also be associated with the visit. Please see the health center cashier, or call 657.278.2800 for further information.

Student Safety For safety services and policies, please see http://riso.fullerton.edu/.

Students are required to complete and submit a Study Plan/Request for Certificate form after they finish their last class in the program. This form is available at http://www. csufextension.org/CustomerCare/Forms.aspx. Submission of this form initiates the processing of the certificate. If you need assistance submitting this form online, please call (657) 278-4656. Please be advised, students will not receive a certificate until after this form is submitted and after University verification of successful completion of all certificate requirements. Certificates will be mailed to the student after all University approvals have been obtained.

• Online class attendance is defined as full participation in class activities, including online discussion and completion of all assignments.

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Titan Card A TitanCard is an all-purpose card that will serve as your student identification and allows you to check out library material, access campus services, and receive student discounts. For more information, call 657.278.3555.

Purchase of Textbooks TITAN BOOKSTORE http://www.titanbookstore.com Commons Building CSUF Fullerton Campus Three Ways to Order: • IN PERSON Extension textbooks are located in a special section. Go to the second floor of the bookstore and look for the section labeled University Extended Education (to the left of the Faculty Author books). If you cannot find this section, ask for help at the Information Desk. American Language Program textbooks are located in a special section. Go to the second floor of the bookstore and look for the section labeled University Extended Education (to the left of the Faculty Author books). If you cannot find this section, ask for help at the Information Desk. • ONLINE http://www.titanbookstore.com Follow the directions on the website. Select “Buy Textbook” and when prompted for a term, select the current Ext Education term (Extended Education books are listed separately from the general courses.) The list of Extended Education courses will appear and just select your classes from that list. • BY PHONE (657.278.4998) If you do not have Internet access, you can order textbooks by phone at 657.278.5417. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted. Be sure to mention that you are ordering for Extended Education.

Parking CSUF Fullerton Campus Parking and Transportation Services 800 N. State College Blvd. http://parking.fullerton.edu Phone: 657.278.3082 Fax: 657.278.4533 The following is a summary of CSUF Fullerton campus parking and traffic regulations. Detailed information on parking policies, maps of parking lots, and more can be found at the Parking and Transportation Services Web site - www.parking.fullerton.edu. Parking & Transportation is located at the north end of campus, near Lot A-faculty/staff, north of the University Police Department. The office can be accessed off of State College Blvd. Construction Information: Visit the CSUF Design & Construction office Web site - http://d-c.fullerton.edu - for project information. Enforcement Hours: All parking regulations are enforced Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The following parking areas are enforced 24 hours daily: red curb/fire lanes, 10- and 15-minute time zones, state vehicle spaces, disabled stalls, special permit spaces, loading zones/white and yellow curbs, and service/maintenance spaces. Daily permits: Daily permits are $8. Extension and Open University students may purchase a daily permit in the University Extended Education Registration Office or the daily permit machines in Lots A, E, G, S and Arts Drive, and levels 2, 4 and 6 of the State College parking structure. Daily permits are valid in all student lots (A, B, E, G, S and all parking structures) during enforcement hours. After 6 p.m., a daily permit is valid in faculty/staff lots C, E West, I, J and College Park faculty/staff. Note: Lots F and H are designated for faculty/staff parking during all enforcement hours.

Disabled Person (DP) Permits: Students with disabilities who have been issued a DMV Disabled Person (DP) placard/plates may park in any designated DP space, faculty/staff space or 30-minute visitor space and MUST display BOTH the DMV DP placard/plates AND a valid CSUF student parking permit. Students with temporary disabilities should visit Disabled Student Services in University Hall 101 or call 657.278.3117. Visitor Parking: There are a limited number of 30-minute visitor areas on campus. For longer visits, a daily permit may be purchased for $8. Please note: Some machines may only take exact change. NEW! Park and Pay: $2 per hour, maximum 2 hours. Permits are not valid in Park and Pay. Park and Pay is designated for shortterm parking and users are required to pay for parking in advance. Hours: Monday Thursday: 7a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Park and Pay machines accept $1 and $5 bills only. Machines don’t give change. Refund vouchers can be redeemed at Parking & Transportation Office or Visitor Information Centers. The two-hour time limit is strictly enforced and you cannot add time to your Park and Pay space. Adding money to an existing an Park and Pay space will initiate a new transaction and any overlap time will be erased. Park and Pay Locations: Eastside Parking Structure - located on the ground level, east entrance off Folino Drive; State College Structure - located on the ground level, north entrance off Gym Drive; Nutwood Structure - located on the northeast side of the ground level, access through the south entrance off Nutwood Avenue. CSUF Garden Grove Center Parking: A parking permit is required Monday through Friday. See Garden Grove map for more information.

Bookstore Hours: http://www.titanbookstore.com Shipping: Books can be shipped to your home via UPS, or put on reserve to be picked up at the bookstore. Questions? If you have a question or a problem ordering a book online or by fax, call web order fulfillment at 657.278.4992.

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GENERAL INFORMATION Scholarships Available In keeping with our commitment to lifelong learning, scholarships may be available to students who are enrolled in, or planning to enroll in, a University Extended Education (UEE) certificate program. The University Extended Education Scholarship

Financial Assistance for Continuing Education University Extended Education (UEE) provides information that may qualify students to participate in a variety of financial assistance programs. Please visit the Web sites listed below for additional information about loan applications and procedures.

This scholarship award honors the achievements and commitment to continuing learning of students in any UEE certificate program. The maximum award is $400. Funding for this scholarship comes from the UEE Tuition Assistance Fund, which was created from contributions of UEE employees to Cal State Fullerton’s It’s Our University program.

UEE Financial Assistance Guidelines

The Sherrie Ellman Memorial Scholarship

• UEE provides these financial assistance links as a service to our students, and does not endorse or have an affiliation with any of the organizations highlighted here.

This scholarship award honors the achievements and commitment to continuing learning of students in the Professional Fiduciary Management Certificate program. It is supported by a fund created in memory of Sherrie Ellman, who understood the need for well-trained, dedicated people to work with older adults. Scholarships are awarded up to a maximum of $300.

The Scholarship Award Process • Submit an essay of up to 500 words addressing the value of lifelong learning and how a specific certificate program will benefit your career path. Please include: a notation of the scholarship you are applying for and the semester in which you want to receive it (fall or spring and the year), your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address (if available). Submit all entries to: UEE Scholarship Committee University Extended Education P.O. Box 6870 Fullerton, CA 92834-6870

• Arrangements for any financial assistance must be made prior to registration in UEE classes • Full payment of class fees is due at the time of registration • Financial aid would be in the form of loans paid directly to students

Financial Links CSUF School Code: #00113700 • SALLIE MAE Loan Program: Smart Option Loan Telephone: 888.272.5543 Web address: www.salliemae.com • CITIZENS BANK Loan Program: CEL-Continuing Education Loan Telephone: 800.708.6684 Web address: www.citizensbank.com

University Police Department http://police.fullerton.edu The California State University, Fullerton Police Department is located at the corner of State College Blvd. and Gymnasium Drive. University Police is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. In the event of an emergency, dial 911 from any campus phone or cell phone, or direct connect by a blue emergency phone. For non-emergency situations, call 657.278.2515. For general information, lost property, fingerprinting and key requests, call 657.278.4308. For information on the following services, please go to http://police.fullerton.edu/ • Escort Service • Lost and Found • Key Issue • Crime Prevention Crime Statistics: Each year, the university compiles and distributes a report containing statistics of crimes reported on or near the campus, as well as statements of security policies. See http://police.fullerton.edu for a copy of the report, or contact The University Police Department for a paper copy of this report.

• WELLS FARGO BANK Loan Program: Wells Fargo Education Connection Loan Telephone: 800.658.3567 E-mail: studentloans@wellsfargoefs.com

• You may only receive each scholarship once, and only one scholarship (either the UEE Scholarship or the Sherrie Ellman Scholarship) per semester. • If you are named as a scholarship recipient, the designated funds will be awarded to you upon verification of successful completion of course(s) in the specified certificate program, with a grade of “C” or better. The scholarship award, which may not exceed the maximum amount, represents a reimbursement to cover the cost of the course(s) awardees are enrolled in during the semester in which the scholarship is requested. • Scholarships are awarded as funds are available, which may not be every semester.

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University Policies Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) We are in compliance with the ADA. On the CSUF campus, the Office of Disabled Student Services has been delegated the authority to certify disabilities and to prescribe specific accommodations for students with documented disabilities. If you require such, please request your needs in writing at least 30 days prior to the beginning of class. Contact Disabled Student Services at 657.278.3117 for additional information.

Nondiscrimination & Harassment Policies The California State University (CSU) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender or sexual orientation, disability or age in the educational programs or activities it conducts. Such programs and activities include but are not limited to admission, academic programs, non-academic programs, participation in intercollegiate athletics, and employment. Discrimination, including harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age, is prohibited by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and various state laws and all subsequent amendments by the U.S. Department of Education. The CSU is responsible for providing a reliable, prompt and equitable response to a complaint of discrimination. Inquiries concerning the CSU’s compliance with these Acts, application of these laws to programs and activities of the CSU, campus policies, complaint resolution and/or appeals processes, and discrimination/harassment complaint filing procedures may be addressed to the CSU officers assigned the administrative responsibility of reviewing such matters or directly with the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights listed below:

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All Discrimination/Harassment/Sexual Harassment Complaints

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Director, Diversity and Equity Programs, CSUF Rosamaria Gomez-Amaro College Park 700 rgomezamaro@fullerton.edu (657) 278-3951 TDD 657-278-2786

President’s Directive No. 17

Student Disability Complaints (including denial or failure to implement accommodations, academic adjustments and auxiliary aids) Director, Disabled Student Services, CSUF Paul K. Miller University Hall 101 pmiller@fullerton.edu (657) 278-3117 TDD 657-278-2786 U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights Region IX www.ed.gov/ocr San Francisco Office Old Federal Building, 09-8010 50 United Nations Plaza, Room 239 San Francisco, CA. 94102-4102 (415) 556-4275, FAX (415) 437-7783 TDD (415) 437-7786 Applicants for admissions or employment should contact the Office of Diversity and Equity Programs (DEP) for information on how to file a complaint or refer to the DEP website to obtain a copy of the complaint resolution procedure via http://www.fullerton.edu/ diversity/policies.asp.

Sexual Harassment It is the policy of California State University, Fullerton and the California State University to maintain a working and learning environment free from sexual harassment of its students, employees and those who apply for student or employee status. Sexual harassment is illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1962, Title IX of the Higher Education Amendments of 1972, and the California Education Code 89535. Executive Order 927 - Systemwide Policy on Prohibiting Harassment in Employment and Retaliation for Reporting Harassment or Participating in a Harassment Investigation also prohibits sexual harassment within the California State University system. The university will not tolerate sexual harassment and will take action to eliminate such behavior. Information concerning campus sexual harassment policies and procedures can be obtained from the Office of Diversity and Equity Programs, College Park 770, (657) 278-3951 or http://www.fullerton.edu/diversity/policies.asp.

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The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their educational records. They are: Student Privacy and Education Records

I. Directive The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (“FERPA”) and California State University Executive Order 796 (“EO 796”) afford students the right to inspect and review their education records; request amendment of an education record believed to be in error or misleading; limit disclosure of personally identifiable information contained in an education record; and file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the University to comply with FERPA. Should a conflict arise between FERPA or EO 796 and this directive, FERPA or EO 796 will take precedent.

II. Authority The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 120 U.S.C. 1232g, 34 CFR 99, and CSU Executive Order 796.

III. Scope This directive applies to the records of any student who is attending or has attended the University. They do not apply to records of applicants for admission who are denied acceptance or, if accepted, do not attend the University.

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GENERAL INFORMATION IV. Definitions

V. Implementation

A. D  irectory Information. A student’s name, date and place of birth, permanent and local address, University-recognized e-mail address, telephone number, class level, enrollment status, major(s), minor(s), dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, previous educational institutions attended, and past and present participation in recognized activities. Directory information also includes weight and height if student is an athletic team member.

A. School officials with a legitimate educational interest may access student records. In addition to school officials with a legitimate educational interest, the University may disclose Directory information (defined in Section IV. A). depending on the nature of the request and depending on the release category selected by a student. Students may choose to limit the release of their Directory information as described below:

B. L  egitimate Educational Interest. A school official has a “legitimate educational interest” if the official must review an education record to fulfill their professional responsibility. The University faculty or staff member responsible for maintaining the requested record is responsible for determining whether a school official has a legitimate educational interest. C. School Official. A University or CSU system employee or volunteer in an administrative, academic, research or staff position, including law enforcement unit personnel and health staff; an individual or entity with whom the University has contracted to act for the institution or to provide services the institution would otherwise perform for itself, such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent; an individual, including a student, serving on a CSU System or University committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing their professional responsibility.

1. Permit release of all Directory information. Unless restricted by a student, the University may release a student’s Directory information at any time to any requesting party, including the military and for the development of University-affiliated marketing programs. This is the default category for release of information. 2. Permit release only “Verification” information. This sub-category of Directory information consists of a student’s name, class level, enrollment status, major(s), minor(s), degrees and awards received, dates of attendance and University-recognized e-mail address. The University may release this information in response to requests, including but not limited to those from campus auxiliaries, financial lenders, employers, the military or insurance companies for verification of degree and enrollment information; for inclusion in Commencement and honors materials. Students who release only “Verification” information will be excluded from all University directories, printed or electronic, that the University may produce or publish. 3. Withhold release of all Directory information. Withholding the release of all Directory information means that the student will be excluded from all University directories and publications that the University may produce or publish, including Commencement and honors materials, and the University will not verify degree, dates of attendance or enrollment information without the prior written consent of the student. There will be no release to the military or for marketing programs.

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B. Students wishing to review their education records must make a written request to the Vice President for Student Affairs. Requested education records as defined by FERPA will be made available for review within 45 working days of the request. Reasonable charges for copy costs will be applied. C. The University notifies students of their FERPA rights in its course catalog, university website, and annually via electronic mail. D. Students who believe their rights have been abridged may make a request in writing seeking assistance from the Vice President for Student Affairs, Langsdorf Hall 805, or The Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Ave., S.W., Washington, D.C., 20202-4605.

VI. Accountability A. The University will review bi-annually its information practices concerning student records to assess its compliance with FERPA, CSU Executive Order 796 and this directive. The Vice President for Student Affairs is responsible for ensuring the completion of these reviews. B. Any school official requiring access to student records must meet all training requirements established. This training must be completed prior to access being granted. C. Individuals who violate this directive are subject to appropriate disciplinary action pursuant to the applicable collective bargaining agreement and/or administrative policies or procedures. D. The contact for questions concerning this Directive is the Vice President for Student Affairs or his/her designee. Reviewed and approved by President Milton A. Gordon Date: March 17, 2011

Smoking Smoking is prohibited in any California State University, Fullerton building, and in outdoor areas within 20 feet of any CSUF building. Questions? Visit http://www.fullerton.edu/ policies/smoking_policy

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CLASS INDEX Accounting and Record Keeping for Positions of Trust . . 23

ASCD Toward Equity in Achievement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Differentiated Instruction for the Gifted Student . . . . . . . . 13

ADD-Information & Intervention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

ASCD Understanding by Design: An Introduction . . . . . . 17

Discovering Your Leadership Strengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Advance Classroom Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

ASCD Understanding by Design: The Backward Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Drawing and Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Advanced Communication and Presentation Skills for Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

ASCD Understanding by Design: The Six Facets . . . . . . 17

Drugs & Alcohol in Schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Effective Goal Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Advanced Judiciary Interpreting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

ASCD Understanding Student Motivation . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Advanced Judiciary Interpreting (Vietnamese/English) . . . 43

ASCD What Works in Schools: An Introduction . . . . . . . 17

Advanced Microsoft Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Basic Elements of Criminal Intelligence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Advanced Perl Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Basic Principles of Investigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Advanced PLC Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Behavior is Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Equivalence Exam for Fundamentals of Microsoft Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Algebra II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Bilingual Proficiency Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36, 38, 40

Ethics and Safety in Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Algebra I Problem Solving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Bilingual Proficiency Test (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . . 42

Event Production and Meeting Space Layout . . . . . . . . . 51

Analysis and Planning for User-Centered Design . . . . . . . 34

Brush Up on Your Math Skills Grades 4-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Facilities Efficiency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Applied Healthcare Informatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Budgeting: Strategic Financial Management . . . . . . . . . . 51

Applied Investigative Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Business and Financial Translation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Financial Management: What Every Manager Needs to Know . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

ASCD Becoming an Effective Substitute Teacher . . . . . . 16

CBEST California Basic Educational Skills Test . . . . . . . . 53

ASCD Bridging Learning Theory in the Classroom . . . . . 16

Certificate in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

ASCD Bullying: Let’s Break the Cycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) Exam . . 20

ASCD Classroom Management: Building Relationships . 16

Child Abuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

ASCD Conferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Children’s Summer Art Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

ASCD Conflict Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Coaching Skills for Emerging Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

ASCD Contemporary School Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Communication Skills for Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

ASCD Crafting Curriculum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Compensation, Benefits and Reward Systems . . . . . . . . 30

ASCD Designing Performance Assessments . . . . . . . . . 16

Computer Applications for Crime and Intelligence Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

ASCD Differentiated Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ASCD Early Childhood Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ASCD Effective Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ASCD Embracing Diversity, Respecting Others . . . . . . . . 16 ASCD Global Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ASCD Helping Struggling Readers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ASCD Improving Student Achievement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ASCD Managing Challenging Behavior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ASCD Multiple Intelligences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Effective Time and Stress Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Employee Relations in a Changing Environment . . . . . . . 30 Energy-Saving Server Optimization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Finding and Keeping Quality Employees . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Forensic Evidence Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Forensic Evidence Preservation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Forming and Working in a Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Fundamentals of Energy Auditing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Fundamentals of Healthcare Information Technology . . . 29 Fundamentals of Human Resources Management . . . . . 30 Fundamentals of LabVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Fundamentals of Microsoft Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 GIS Certificate Project: Putting it All Together . . . . . . . . . 25

Computer Forensics - Investigative Simulation . . . . . . . . . 9

GIS Mapping: Telling a Story . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Concepts and Practices in Usability Testing . . . . . . . . . . 34

GMAT Graduate Management Admission Test . . . . . . . . 53

Consecutive Interpreting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Government Policies and Regulations Impacting Sustainability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Consecutive Interpreting (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . . 43 Conservatorship of Protected Persons and Advance Health Directives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Continuous Control Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Court Interpreting Internship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Green Interior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 GRE Graduate Record Exam - General Test . . . . . . . . . . 52 Healthcare Information Technology System Analysis and Implementation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Healthcare Interpreting I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

ASCD Observing for Dimensions of Learning . . . . . . . . . 17

Court/Legal Interpreting Internship (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

ASCD Parents as Partners in Schooling . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Creating Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Healthcare Interpreting Practicum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

ASCD Planning for Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Crime Analysis Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

HVAC System Audit: Beyond the Ducts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

ASCD Student Portfolios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Crime Analysis Data Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Identification of the Gifted Student . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

ASCD Successful Strategies for Literacy & Learning . . . . 17

Criminal Intelligence Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Instrumentation and Data Acquisition Systems . . . . . . . . 20

ASCD Success with Differentiated Instruction . . . . . . . . . 17

Criminal Investigative Analysis I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Intermediate LabVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

ASCD Supervising Paraeducators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Criminal Investigative Analysis II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Intermediate Microsoft Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

ASCD Supporting Student Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

CSET: Multiple Subjects California Subjects Exam for Teachers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

Introduction to Computer Forensic Methodology . . . . . . . 9

ASCD Surviving & Thriving Your 1st Year Teaching . . . . . 17 ASCD Teacher Behaviors Promote Assessment-Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Current Issues in Employment Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

ASCD Teaching Better with Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Customer and Process Management in the Supply Chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

ASCD The Brain: Memory & Learning Strategies . . . . . . 16

Customer Satisfaction and Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

ASCD The Brain: Understanding the Mind . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Data: Methods and Uses in GIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

ASCD The Inclusive Classroom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Developing Curriculum for the Gifted Student . . . . . . . . . 13

ASCD The Reflective Educator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Developing the Leader Within . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

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Healthcare Interpreting II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Introduction to GIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Introduction to Global Supply Chain Procurement . . . . . . 49 Introduction to High School Geometry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Introduction to Interpretation and Translation . . . 36, 38, 40 Introduction to Interpretation and Translation (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Introduction to Purchasing and Supply Chain Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

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CLASS INDEX Introduction to Six Sigma Yellow Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Introduction to Talented & Gifted: Working with High Achievers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Professional Fiduciary Management Licensing Preparation Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Understanding Bullying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Program Orientation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36, 38, 40

Understanding Care Delivery Operations and Processes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Introduction to the Profession of Private Investigation . . . 52

Program Orientation (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . . . . . 42

User-Centered Design Principles and Methods . . . . . . . . 34

Introduction to User Experience and Usability . . . . . . . . . 34

Project Evaluation and Closure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Using Process Improvement in Six Sigma Yellow Belt . . . 45

Introductory Perl Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Project Execution and Control: Putting it all Together . . . 48

Inventory Control and Management in the Supply Chain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Project Management Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Using Your Right Brain: Making Creative and Ethical Decisions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Vietnamese/English Grammar Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Investigative Specialization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Project Management Skills in Time and Cost Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Java Development - Part I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Project Management Tools including MS Project . . . . . . . 48

Water System Audit: Cost-Saving in Drips and Drops . . . 28

Java Development - Part II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Project Presentations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Law Enforcement Research and Statistical Methods . . . 11

Prototyping User-Centered Design Solutions . . . . . . . . . 34

Win-Win Strategies for Managing Workplace Politics, Conflict and Difficult Employees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Leading and Motivating for Success . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Pursuit of Excellence: Goal Setting and Performance Appraisals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Leading Your Organization to a Sustainable Future . . . . . 27 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Learning Disabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Legal and Administrative Document Translation . . . . 37, 41 Legal and Administrative Document Translation (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Legal and Ethical Aspects of Trusteeship . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Lighting System Audit: How Bright! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Management of Assets for Professional Fiduciaries . . . . . 23

Writing for the Professional Business Environment . . . . . . 7 Written and Oral Exam Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Setting High Expectations: Selection, Orientation, and Coaching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Sight Translation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Simultaneous Interpreting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Simultaneous Interpreting (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . 43 Six Sigma Black Belt, Advanced Statistical Techniques and Processes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Managing Procurement, Planning and Risk in Projects . . 48

Social & Emotional Issues of the Gifted Student . . . . . . . 14

Managing Quality and Communications in Projects . . . . . 48

Spanish/English Grammar Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Medical Terminology, Anatomy and Physiology . . . . . 38, 41 Med-Legal Sight Translation (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . 43

Standards and Practices in Professional Fiduciary Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Mentoring for Employee Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Structural Audit: Peeling Back the Energy Shroud . . . . . . 28

Navigating New Developments in Employment Law . . . . 47

Successful Meeting Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Negotiations and Contracts Simplified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Summer Fun with Math Skills Grades 2-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Networks for Industrial Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Supply Chain Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Optimizing Investigative Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Supply Chain Management: Design & Optimization . . . . 49

Organizational Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Sustainability as a Business Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Performance Leadership - Leading through Continuous Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Sustainability as a Marketing Strategy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Performing an Energy Audit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Take the Guesswork Out of Food and Beverage Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Plain Speaking: How to Communicate Successfully . . . . . 7

Team-Building Strategies for Your Organization . . . . . . . . 47

Planning Successful Meetings and Special Events: Part I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Technical and Scientific Translation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Planning Successful Meetings and Special Events: Part II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

The Role of the Interpreter in the California Courts . . 36, 41

Pre-Algebra Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

The Role of the Healthcare Interpreter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 The Site Selection Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 The U.S. Legal and Court System (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Principles of Translation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

Tools & Technology of Computer Forensic Investigations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Principles of Translation (Vietnamese/English) . . . . . . . . . 42

Translation: Contrastive Analysis of Spanish/English . . . . 40

Problem Solving Skills for Outstanding Performance . . . . . 6

Traumatized Child . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Process and Environmental Control Systems . . . . . . . . . 20

Turning Green: Data Centers Energy Efficiency . . . . . . . . 29

Process Improvement Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Understanding Aggression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

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Writing Academy for Grades 4 and 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

School Violence Preventions & Intervention . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Six Sigma Black Belt, Application of Statistical Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Practicum in Crime and Intelligence Analysis . . . . . . . . . 11

Writing Academy for Grades 2 and 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Research and User Experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Management of the Investment Portfolio . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

PLC and Soft Logic Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Waste Management/Waste Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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Registration

Use this special form to register for any of these summer programs via mail or in person. Parents of registered students will receive an information packet two weeks prior to the start date. We cannot accept phone or online registrations.

PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT CLEARLY Use a separate form for each registrant

o Male

o Female Social Security Number of Child

Last Name of Child

First Name

Birth Date

Grade Level in Fall 2012

Age

Last Name of Parent

First Name

Home Address

Day Telephone

MI

MI

City

Ext.

Evening Telephone

State

Zip

Email Address

School Now Attending

Payment Options

o Check enclosed (Payable to CSUF. No cash please.) o Charge to: o VISA o MasterCard o American Express o Discover Card #

Cardholder Name

Expires

Signature

Requests to place your child with a friend in the program will be accepted only in writing on this registration form. The request must be received no later than one week before the camp starts and we will do our best to accommodate you. Please remember children are divided into appropriate age groups. (Art camp only.) Name of Friend

Schedule #

Dates

Session/Class

Fee

TOTAL FEES

For more information, please call 657.278.5836, 657.278.2796 or visit www.fullerton.edu/kidscamp Mail to: Cal State Fullerton, Attention Judy Strong, UEE Registration, P.O. Box 6870, Fullerton, CA 92834 In Person: UEE Student Services, Cal State Fullerton, 2600 Nutwood Ave, Suite 100, Fullerton How did you hear about this program? ________________________________________________________________________________________ Refund Policy: To receive a full refund, less $10, these classes must be dropped by 5 p.m. on the Friday before the first class. For information regarding refunds once classes have begun, please contact Extended Education at 657.278.2611.

These programs are not affiliated with any school or school district. The school or school districts do not endorse or sponsor this activity. Although this brochure was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time, all information is subject to change without notice or obligation.

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Extended Education Classroom Sites

Garden Grove Parking 12901 Euclid Street, Garden Grove, CA 92840 A parking permit is required Monday through Friday. A permit will be issued at no additional charge to registering students. For advance registrations, the permit will arrive by mail before the first day of class. Students who register during the week immediately preceding a class start date need to pick up a permit at the Garden Grove registration desk on the first day of class. Please note: the Garden Grove parking permit is not valid at the Fullerton campus. Overflow parking is available across from the City Hall at 11222 Acacia Parkway.

Irvine Campus 3 Banting, Irvine, CA 92618 Parking The same policies apply as on the Fullerton campus. All CSUF parking and traffic regulations and fees are enforced at the Irvine Campus. Permits must be purchased online. The cost of a daily parking permit is $8.

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Extended Education Classroom Sites

Extended Education Registration College Park 100

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Units

Grade Option*

Telephone (Cellular)

Subject Area/Catalog Number and Class Name

4 - Other Latin, Spanish-origin, Hispanic C - Chinese J - Japanese K - Korean

Extension

State

Visa

Discover

American Express*

Expiration date (Mo./Yr.)

(*When using American Express, the name on the card must exactly match that of the student who is registering)

MasterCard

Total Fees

Late Fees

Class Fees

Instructor’s Signature**

For parking fees and information, visit www.parking.fullerton.edu

Fee

F - Filipino 8 - Other 9 - No Response D - Decline to state

Current student (STU) Advertising (ADV) Catalog/Flyer (CAT) Education Fair (EDF) Email from CSUF (EMA) Industry/Association (IND) Internet search/Website (WEB) Friend/Co-worker (WOM) Other_______________ (OTH)

H - Hawaiian N - Samoan 6 - Other Pacific Islander 7 - White

        

Above name on mailing list

How did you hear about us?

If you are a permanently disabled person or have a temporary disability and require assistance from the university (including parking arrangements), contact Disabled Student Services, University Hall, room 101, (657) 278-3117.

Disabled Student Services

Date

By

Mail Label code_________________________

CASHNET

(For Office use only) CMS

You may register in person at CSUF University Extended Education Registration • 2600 Nutwood Ave., Suite 100 • Fullerton, CA 92831 Or mail to CSUF University Extended Education • P.O. Box 6870 • Fullerton, CA 92834-6870 Or register online at www.csufextension.org • Questions? Call 657.278.2611

Bill my company. (Purchase order or letter of sponsorship must accompany registration form) Photo identification required for payment by credit card or check (payable to CSUF)

Cardholder Signature (Authorization to charge)

Print name of cardholder

Check one:

Card number

V - Vietnamese T - Thai S - Southeast Asian G - Guamanian

Print Instructor’s Last Name

R - Asian Indian 5 - Other Asian M - Cambodian L- Laotian

Yes  No 

Date __________________________

Zip

Have you ever attended as a CSUF or extension student?

*Grade Option: For noncredit classes, enter EU. For academic credit enter 1 for letter grade: CN for CR/NC; enter AU for audited classes. **Required only for registration on or after first class meeting or published deadline.

Class Number (ex: E107-12345K)

1 - American Indian or Alaskan native 2 - Black, non-Hispanic, including African-American 3 - Mexican-American, Mexican, Chicano

A - Central American B - South American Q - Cuban P - Puerto Rican

Telephone (Business)

Telephone (Home)

Enter your ethnic identity code in box (optional).

City

 Female 

Street Address

Email Address

Male

Birth Date (mm/dd/yy)

NOTE: Feel free to duplicate form if extra copies are needed.

CSUF Student ID or Social Security

Print Clearly

CSUF University Extended Education Registration Form

Last Name __________________First Name ________________ Middle ______________


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