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Algae’s Petroleum Promise And the threat of fracking,

as told by Stephen Mayfield. Page 4

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Power to the people

The democracy of digital media. Page 7

Can you read this?

English remains key language for global business. Page 8

Building Bridges

2012-2013 Annual Report. Page 11


UC San Diego Extension special events & programs Digital Arts Center

UCSD K–16

Starts Fall 2014

UCSD K–16 programs provide a variety of learning opportunities for pre-college and undergraduate students. Courses for elementary, middle, and high school students are available year-round in a variety of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STE+aM) disciplines. Writing and SAT® and ACT® Test Prep courses provide the best pre-college preparation in our region. We are now able to offer programming at schools to ensure travel barriers are removed. For undergraduates, the LAUNCH program provides practical knowledge and assistance in finding employment after graduation. Test Prep courses provide highest quality at the lowest price point for GRE®, GMAT®, LSAT®, and MCAT® instruction.

We offer one-year, career-focused, project-based, professional training in Graphic & Web Design, Mobile Application Development, and Video & Editing. Register to attend a free information session in January 2014, or sit in on a class to see what our program is all about. For details, call (858) 534-5760, or visit dac.ucsd.edu

Jazz Camp June 23-27, 2014 A five-day summer program designed for intermediate to advanced musicians ages 14 to adult. UC San Diego Jazz Camp offers a unique journey into the world of jazz with workshops, private lessons, faculty concerts and more.

For details, call (858) 534-0804, email rwittman@ucsd.edu, or visit k12.ucsd.edu

For details, call (858) 534-5760, or visit jazzcamp.ucsd.edu

! FREE Career Clinics

UCSD Post Baccalaureate Premedical Program

for Students

Saturday, November 16, 2013 from 9:00-10:30 a.m. Medical Teaching Facility 273

Are you interested in improving and enhancing your career? Attend a clinic with a career coach to gain customized tips based on your life and career stage.
Choose one of these upcoming clinics:

Learn about this new program that will assist students who want to enhance their academic

• Early Career Professionals

record, prepare for the MCAT, and develop strong medical school applications.

• In Transition/Unemployed

Information Sessions for Interested Applicants

Program applications due January 15, 2014. For details contact: Joel Tolson (858) 534-9265 or email jdtolson@ucsd.edu

January 27 – February 1

• Mid-Career Professionals • Encore Generation (Boomers) Learn more at extension.ucsd.edu/ careers, email rjbaran@ucsd.edu or call (858) 246-1037


Welcome to Winter 2014

Welcome

Winter heralds a great time to refocus on important goals and how we can contribute to society. An important way in which UC San Diego Extension contributes to the San Diego region is by fostering a globally competitive talent pool. One element of this is exposure to people, information, and ideas from other countries. Each year, Extension welcomes thousands of students from all over the world to participate in local classes and programs. They come to gain knowledge and training in order to improve their job skills and prospects when they return home. Coming into Extension classrooms, these students also bring great additional value to their American classmates by sharing their global experience, culture and perspectives. This exposure enriches our local students by expanding minds, challenging stereotypes and informing our cultural landscape. Get to know the international students in your Extension class or workshop, take the opportunity to learn about their culture and viewpoints. They may tell you that while they are really enjoying their time at UC San Diego, they are also likely homesick and long for family and friends. Befriending an international student can be a rewarding and illuminating experience that will certainly expand your global knowledge of world socioeconomic and political issues. The benefits of that friendship could last a lifetime. In this issue you'll find articles about solving global energy and food needs with green algae; the great need for skilled teachers of English as a foreign language worldwide; and the promise of four billion global smartphone "publishers" of news, photos, and video by 2016. Check out Extension’s annual report to see how the division is building bridges to careers for college grads and providing campus connections for international students. Enrolling in Extension courses and programs is a way for local students to go global and develop the skills and knowledge necessary to compete in today’s worldwide marketplace, all without leaving beautiful San Diego.

Roxanne Nuhaily Director International Programs, English Language Institute

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Table of Contents 4 Editorial Articles 10 UCSD-TV 11 Building Bridges 2012-2013 Annual Report 15 Online Learning 17 Career Center 18 Campus & Degree Programs 21 Customized Corporate Training 23 UCSD Osher Lifelong Learning Institute 24 UCSD Bookstore

26 Art, Photography & Performing Arts 28 Acting 28 Art History 29 Drawing 29 Mixed Media 31 Music 32 Painting 32 Photography 36 Certificate Programs

38 Business 40 Accounting & Taxation 43 Business - General 44 Communication Skills 44 Facilities Management 45 Finance & Investment 47 Human Resources Management & 48 Information Systems Management 49 Manage Your Career 50 Marketing

52 55 55 56 56 58

Project Management Purchasing & Supply Management Quality & Process Improvement Real Estate & Urban Planning Workforce Development Advising Certificate Programs

70 Digital Arts 72 Animation 72 Computer-Aided Design 74 Core Design Skills 74 Graphics & Digital Design 76 Video 76 Web Design 78 Certificate Programs

84 Education 86 88 89 90 91 93 98 100 101 103

CLAD Through CTEL E-learning & Instructional K-12 Professional Development K-12 Special Programs & Events Special Populations & Exceptional State Credentials & Requirements Teaching Adult Learners Teaching English as a Second Teaching Language Arts Certificate Programs

108 Engineering 110 Communications Engineering 111 Defense Applications 111 Embedded Engineering

112 112 113 113 113

Engineering Design General Engineering HVAC Systems Design & Control Integrated Circuit Design Professional Engineering Reviews & Advanced Studies 114 Systems Engineering 115 Certificate Programs

122 English Language Studies 124 124 125 125 126 132

Academic & Business Writing Conversation & Oral Presentation Grammar & Vocabulary Pronunciation & Fluency Teaching English as a Foreign Certificate Programs

134 Foreign Languages 136 Arabic 136 Chinese (Mandarin) 136 French 137 German 138 Italian 138 Japanese 139 Portuguese (Brazilian) 140 Spanish 142 Translation & Interpretation 145 Certificate Programs

148 Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety 151 Clinical Trials & Research

UC San Diego Extension Executive

Program Departments & Directors

Mary Lindenstein Walshok Associate Vice Chancellor, Public Programs and Dean, UCSD Extension

Arts, Humanities, Languages, & Digital Art

Bruce Dunn Associate Dean and Chief Operating Officer Henry DeVries Assistant Dean, External Affairs Vicki Krantz Assistant Dean, Academic Planning

Global CONNECTTM

Daniel T. Atkinson . . . . . . (858) 534-5760

Nathan Owens . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-8638

Peter Thomas . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-0425

Healthcare Delivery & Behavioral Sciences

Business & Professional Programs

Grace Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9269 Leslie Bruce . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9268

Vicki Krantz . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-8138 Locke Epsten . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9150 Cathy Zumberge . . . . . . . . (858) 534-8135

Education Morgan Appel . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9273

English Language Institute

K-16 Programs (including Academic Connections) Edward Abeyta . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-3402

Life Sciences & Engineering Hugo Villar . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9354

Roxanne Nuhaily . . . . . . . . (858) 534-8563 Lisa Kovacs-Morgan . . . . . (858) 822-2318

Law/Paralegal Programs

EPSE & LAMP

MAS Degrees & Advanced Certificates (OAPED)

Gary De Spain . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9149

Julia Dunlap . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-8164

Maureen Eijsermans . . . . . (858) 534-9160

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155 Coding 155 Counseling & Behavioral Sciences 157 Fitness Instruction & Exercise Science 158 Healthcare Career Proficiencies 160 Healthcare FYI 161 Healthcare Information Technology 161 Lactation Education 162 Nursing & Clinical Professionals 163 Nutrition 164 Safety 165 Special Programs 166 Certificate Programs

176 Humanities & Writing 178 Brewing 179 Copyediting 180 Core Writing Skills 180 Creative Writing 181 Literature 182 Technical Communication 183 Certificate Programs

188 Information Technology & Software Engineering 188 Business of It 189 Cloud Computing and Networking 189 Data Analysis and Reporting 190 Data Management 191 Healthcare IT 191 Mobile Devices and Programming 192 Programming and Scripting Languages

Student Services:

General Information page 256

228 Regulatory Affairs 229 Certificate Programs

196 Software Engineering Tools and Processes 197 Statistics 197 System Administration 198 Web Technologies 199 Certificate Programs

238 Public Service & Social Responsibility 240 241 242 243

206 Law 208 208 210 212

Intellectual Property Legal Education & Paralegal Training Paralegal Program Certificate Programs

Environment & Sustainability Fundraising & Philanthropy Urban Planning & Preservation Certificate Programs

19 UC San Diego Master’s Degree Programs 249 UC San Diego Extension Certificate Programs

216 Leadership & Management Development 218 Corporate Education 218 Leadership & Management Development 221 Certificate Programs

256 General Information

222 Life Sciences

272 Maps & Resources

263 Index

224 Bioinformatics & Life Sciences IT 224 Biostatistics 225 Biotech & Pharmaceutical 225 Diagnostics 226 Drug Discovery & Development 227 General Life Science 227 Industrial Biotechnology

Certificates have moved! Look for them at the back of each Area of Study section.

La Jolla Campus (858) 534-3400 • Mission Valley Center (619) 260-3070 • University City Center (858) 534-999i

Administrative Directors Online Learning

OSHA Training Institute Education Center & Resuscitation Science

Business Affairs John Daggett . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 246-0665

Elizabeth Meyer . . . . . . . . . (858) 622-5741

Grace Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9279 (Acting Director)

Computer Applications Management

Student Services

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Computing Services

Jen-Yi Wang . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 822-5608

James Forcier . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-8247

Kim Kelley . . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 822-2119

Public Lectures and Atlantic Meets the Pacific

Facilities Management, Planning & Design

Daniel T. Atkinson . . . . . . . (858) 534-5760

Human Resources

Service & Civic Leadership

Bruce Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 822-2224 (Acting Director)

Bruce Dunn (acting) . . . . . . (858) 534-8506

UCSD-TV and UCTV Lynn Burnstan . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-6859

Elizabeth Silva . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-5798

Web Marketing & Web Operations Ben Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9229

James Forcier . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 822-0678

International Student Services Michael Ryan (Manager) . . (858) 534-4880

Marketing Monica Doyle . . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9228

Marketing Project Manager - Catalog Edgar Abrego . . . . . . . . . . (858) 534-9227

Volume 54/Number 1, November 2013 The UCSD Extension catalog (USPS 182-960) is ­published four times a year in November, February, May, and August, by the University of California, San Diego. Periodicals postage paid at La Jolla, CA, and additional offices. This catalog is sent free upon request. Postmaster: Send address changes to UC San Diego, Extension, 9500 Gilman Dr., Dept. 0170-M, La Jolla, CA 92093-0170.

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Algae to Energy Expert Says

Fracking is Fraud By Henry DeVries

Here is a riddle UC San Diego professor Stephen Mayfield poses to his students. Why does a simple Google search reveal that the sixth brightest place at night in North America—right behind the well-lit mega cities of New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, and San Francisco—is the sparsely populated state of North Dakota? The answer is the methane burn off flaring from the myriad oil wells that fracking has brought to the state ranked 48th in population. To Mayfield, a professor of biology and director of the San Diego Center for Algae Biotechnology, fracking is a dirty word. “As I tell people in my class when I show them the photo, this is the kind of addiction that is so crazy you need someone to come in to do an intervention,” says Mayfield. Hydraulic fracturing—now widely referred to in shorthand as “fracking”—uses water treated with chemicals to break apart rock 4

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"That's what petroleum is – it's ancient algae." —Mayfield

formations. According to Richard Manning of Harpers Magazine, oil and gas have long been coaxed from fissures, gaps, and cracks in rocks. But fracking is simply a way to artificially induce more cracks (some of them more than a half mile long) by filling a bore hole with water, pressurizing it to as much as 8,000 pounds per square inch to split the rock, and forcing coarse material like sand and ceramic in to keep the new clefts open. This isn’t wildcatting, says Manning, this is plumbing and it allows the wells to “produce for decades.” Mayfield disputes that point. In his mind, fracking is a “fraud” being foisted on the American public. “This becomes fraud because fracking wells only last three years, not twenty years,” says Mayfield. “Unlike a traditional well, where you drill a hole down and hit a big pool of oil that is in saturated rock, fracking wells work what is called tight oil because it is not free flowing.” Mayfield’s concern is that while a record $186 billion a year is being invested in oil exploration, about half of one percent of that is now being invested in renewable energy. From a peak of $7 billion a year, renewable energy investment is down to $1 billion. Yet he still hopes algae will one day be the fuel that powers U.S. automobiles.

"That's what petroleum is – it's ancient algae," says Mayfield, "Algae already makes oil that looks like crude oil. The oil we extract from algae goes directly into a refinery and gets converted into diesel or gasoline.” The research in the Mayfield lab focuses on molecular genetics in green algae, and on the production of therapeutic proteins and biofuel molecules using algae as a production platform. Engineering algae for the production of hydrocarbon molecules that can be used as biofuels is a major focus of the lab, and recent studies have demonstrated the tremendous potential of eukaryotic algae for the expression of recombinant enzymes that allow for greater production of biofuels. Thanks to an innovative program led by Mayfield, in partnership with UC San Diego Extension, workers are being retrained for the new green economy. Many have received their certification to work as general science technicians in the rapidly expanding biofuels industry in San Diego County and Imperial County. “Nationwide there is a need for skilled workers to participate in the development and commercialization of new technologies, as we can see in the field of alternative energies,” said Hugo Villar, director of science and

technology at UC San Diego Extension. “The university has been a leader in helping adult learners acquire new knowledge and skills that allow them to transition out of stagnant areas of the job market and participate in more vibrant areas as we are doing now with biofuels.” Mayfield also sees algae as a food source for livestock, helping to solve the world’s emerging crisis in food production to feed a hungry world. “We have to get more efficient at producing our food and more efficient at utilizing energy to produce our food,” adds Mayfield, who believes the problems of the Arab Spring were related to food shortages. “We need to get more efficient not just for America, but for the seven billion people who live on the planet. There will be enormous chaos in the world if we allow energy to go to $140 a barrel, corn to be $10 a bushel and wheat to be $14 a bushel. I think science gives us the potential to become enormously more efficient.” n

Henry DeVries is a 1979 graduate of UC San Diego and the assistant dean for external affairs for UC San Diego Extension.

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Hot Careers for College Graduates Results Are In

Bridging from college to career is not always easy, and this is especially true for recent college graduates. In an effort to provide guidance and information to assist with important decisions about career choices, UC San Diego Extension has assembled the fifth annual edition of “Hot Careers for College Graduates.” You can download a complete copy of the report at extension.ucsd.edu/specialreports. UC San Diego Extension initiated the hot careers list to help new college graduates identify the most promising careers to bridge to—desirable positions which can be easily attained with minimal extra preparation. This reports notes up-todate employment trends and projections. According to the federal government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation Summary of April 2013, within the past year jobs categorized under “professional and business services” have grown the most, averaging an increase of nearly 49,000 jobs per month. This is reflected in the hot careers list by such jobs as computer systems analysts and software applications developers moving up to the top of the charts. The forces that have most affected job demand and employment trends in the past five years have been the economic recession that began in 2008, a global expansion in access to and use of the Internet, and the beginning of a retire-

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ment wave by the baby boom generation. These changes have influenced the types of jobs that are available, as well as the skills needed. Overall, the study indicated an increasing national demand for college graduates with skills in computer sciences and analysis or problem solving. Here are the top 18 jobs. 1. Software Developers, Applications 2. Software Developers, Systems Software 3. Market Research Analysts 4. Accountants and Auditors 5. Network and Computer Systems Admin 6. Elementary School Teachers 7. Computer Systems Analysts 8. Management Analysts 9. Public Relations Specialists 10. Insurance Sales Agents 11. Financial Analysts 12. Computer Programmers 13. Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific 14. Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents 15. Paralegals and Legal Assistants 16. Middle School Teachers 17. Training and Development Specialists 18. Human Resources Specialists

What makes a hot career so hot? This list was scored in four criteria categories: current employment in the field, projected growth in the occupation between 2010 and 2020, median annual salary in the occupation, and workplace environment characteristics. The desirability of the work environment includes such factors such as duration of work week, level of competition, time pressure, consequences of errors, and time spent standing. Each category was assigned equal weight, with a maximal potential category score of twenty-five, making one hundred the highest potential cumulative score for each career. The cumulative score was then used to determine the rankings of the occupations in the Hot Careers list. A fifth dimension, “bridgeability,” was applied as a simple criterion to include or exclude a given career from this particular list, but did not affect the weighted total score of the career. Its sole purpose was to eliminate careers that recent college graduates could not easily “bridge to” with minimal or no training beyond an undergraduate degree. The most noticeable difference between the 2012 and the 2013 list is the absence of healthcare positions this year and the increase in analytical and technical occupations. n


Digital Content Means Publishing Power to the People By Henry DeVries

“You all look old,” said Robin Ryan, author of Over 40 and You’re Hired, while addressing a group of jobseekers displaced by the recent recession. “Not because you need to dye your hair or use expensive face cream, but because you don’t blog or use social media.” Those interested in boosting their careers, companies, and causes have flocked to digital content creation. The rise of blogging has been mind boggling. According to The Blog Herald, 63 percent of U.S. businesses now operate blogs that typically outline their products, new hires, and other facets of their businesses. Digital media content and services impact our lives every day, and the digital media fields are some of the fastest growing industries in the world. The digital era allows us to read, listen, and watch—and publish content— in more ways than ever. From mobile devices to our personal computers, there is a rapidly increasing demand for digital media content. One organization that is riding the trend is Facebook, the social media champ. While traditional media like newspapers and network television are losing strength, Facebook passed the one billion-user mark last year. Marketing types are extremely pleased with the growth of Facebook, because it represents more eyeballs than the combined population of the United States, Russia, Japan, Brazil, and Pakistan. “The primary way we are monetizing Facebook is through advertising,” says Chris Cox, vice president of product for Facebook. “Providing a free service for one billion people represents a great amount of costs.” Cox says the advertising paradigm has always been the primary financial model for a digital content platform. To put that advertising opportunity into perspective, one of Cox’s fellow VP’s at Facebook says it is like five simultaneous Super Bowls happening every day. “The projection is four billion people will have smartphones by 2017,” Cox said last fall

at “The Atlantic Meets the Pacific” forum presented by The Atlantic magazine and UC San Diego Extension (available for free viewing at uctv.tv/atlanticpacific). “There will be a whole new generation of people who have amazing access to computing power through mobile devices around the world. These devices are a thousand times more powerful than the computers that put astronauts into space in 1969.” Blogging is hot while journalism is not. For many college graduates with an aptitude for writing, digital media content offers many exciting career opportunities. “Knowledge of digital media content creation is a new literacy,” says Peter Thomas, the assistant director of arts, humanities, languages and digital art at UC San Diego Extension.

“Every day, digital media become more important as the means for producing and sharing information, as well as connecting with consumers. As a result, creative- writers, publishers, and businesses all aspire to harness its power.” At UC San Diego Extension, the Professional Certificate in Digital Media Content Creation provides newcomers and veterans in blogging, corporate communications, graphic design, journalism, marketing, and photojournalism a comprehensive and flexible set of courses in the skills they need to become effective content creators. n Henry DeVries is a 1979 graduate of UC San Diego and the assistant dean for external affairs for UC San Diego Extension.

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Will English Remain the Global Language of Business? By Henry DeVries

America’s most important export might be teachers of English as a foreign language. However, they face competition from increasing waves of imports. A decade ago English Teaching Professional magazine published the results of a survey of teachers in over 110 countries on their opinions of the future of English language teaching. Sixty-six percent of the teachers surveyed thought there would be an increase in the importance of English as a global language over the next ten years and over 80 percent thought that the numbers of students would increase accordingly. The predictions were spot on. English is not the number one or two language in the world (that would be Mandarin

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Chinese and Spanish), but it is the most essential language for global business and academic success. The British Council reports that by 2020, two billion people will be studying English. Even in China’s powerhouse economy, more people are currently studying English than in any other country. A 2012 article in English Today by Bolton and Graddol, quoting a China Daily article, states that around 400 million people in China, approximately a third of the population, are learning English. An incredible 100,000 native English speakers are currently teaching there. Economic reasons continue to thrust English upon the world stage as the lingua franca, a de facto language used for communications by

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people who do not share a mother tongue. A global language is needed today for practical reasons by people like scientists, airline pilots and doctors. The statistics are good news for Americans, who generally struggle to master a foreign language. Indeed, notes Dorie Clark of Forbes. com, “Only 10 percent of native-born Americans can speak a second language, compared to 56 percent of European Union citizens.” The old adage “those who can, do; and those who can’t, teach” does not apply. Most English as a second language (ESL) instructors speak one or more foreign languages. American college graduates can bridge to teaching careers abroad and it is a smart alternative for those who want to work and


English is not the number one or two language in the world (that would be Mandarin Chinese and Spanish), but it is the most essential language for global business and academic success. travel. Because English is the international language of college education, business, engineering, technology, aviation and other fields, there is great demand for teachers of English as a foreign language and English as a second language, both domestically and abroad. UC San Diego Extension's professional certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) trains teachers to use teaching methods and special techniques to rapidly increase their students’ English proficiency and fluency. This certificate provides in-depth study and training in best practices and methodology for teaching English learners, which involves teaching English to nonimmigrants in a multilingual classroom, as well

as teaching English in an overseas monolingual classroom. In addition to exporting Americans to teach, UC San Diego also attracts many students from foreign countries who want to obtain the TEFL certificate for career advancement. “Something unique to our TEFL programs is that we have a mixture of international and domestic students in the classroom,” says Roxanne Nuhaily, director of the English Language Institute and International student services at UC San Diego Extension. “This provides an excellent environment in which students can discuss different points of view from the perspective of both the native English speaker and from the second language learner.” It also provides the opportunity to work

with classmates from diverse cultural backgrounds and various countries who speak different languages, which is great training for becoming a TEFL teacher. “Taking the TEFL program at UC San Diego Extension has provided me with great results,” says Ko Choi. “I was an ESL teacher for two years, and I only had experience teaching other Korean students. Through classes with excellent teachers and classmates from various countries, I have learned different teaching methods for international students and more about the acquisition of learning a language.” n

—Henry DeVries is a 1979 graduate of UC San Diego and the assistant dean for external affairs for UC San Diego Extension.

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Annual Report | 2012–2013 Academic Year

LETTER

from the Dean Welcome to UC San Diego Extension. Throughout the 20th century, schools of continuing education and extension services were primarily second chance universities for adults who hadn’t yet had the opportunity to get a college degree. However, in the 21st century world, characterized by unrelenting changes in technology and global economic forces, enterprises such as ours have become the educational centers of gravity for college-educated adults. Because change is a constant, today all need access to “new” knowledge from traditional academic resources, as well as the latest trends and practices in the field. Our job is to harvest from the academic community the best ideas and inventions that are transforming the world, simultaneous with harvesting from policy makers, employers, and leaders of civic institutions the pragmatic needs of their institutions and enterprises. We are also committed to being a bridge into the University for people seeking traditional college degrees; whether that is a young person contemplating college attendance, a person in their thirties or forties who is contemplating returning to the University for an advanced degree, or an international visitor. This annual report represents the diversity and reach of what UC San Diego Extension is accomplishing.

Building Bridges from College to Careers

97 100 167 996 63,351

campus faculty members serving on Extension curriculum committees

Extension certificates of 5 to 8 courses each UCSD undergraduates in LAUNCH program that includes applied project practicum experiences active part-time instructors (expert practitioners)

Extension enrollees in 4,325 courses

Sincerely,

Mary L. Walshok Associate Vice Chancellor of Public Programs and Dean of Extension

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UC San Diego Extension

by the

Numbers.

35% Male Certificate Student Gender

6% Associate Arts Degree

65% Female

1.2% Art, Photography

and Performing Arts

22.5%

Business

2.8%

Digital Arts

8.5% Education

11% High School Diploma

6% PhD/JD/MD

Certificates Earned by Area of Study

5.6%

8.3% English

Certificate Student Education Level

26% Master’s Degree

Language Studies

50% Bachelor’s Degree

2.5% Foreign

Languages

15.9%

19.5%

$7.3 million

48.7%

Program planning and delivery

11.2%

$18.2 million

Divisional administration

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences and Safety

7.2% Humanities

Student and instructor support

and Writing

11.6% Information

Technology and Software Engineering

6.9% Law

$4.2 million

Use of Funds

1.8%

20.6%

Leadership and Management Development

$7.7 million

3.7%

Life Sciences

1.5%

Public Services and Social Responsibility

Campus support

Overall Student Satisfaction

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Building Bridges for Young Adults to the College Experience

475 700 1,700

high school students in Extension Academic Connections residential summer program at UC San Diego, Los Alamos lab in New Mexico, Biosphere in Arizona and Hawaii (25% on scholarship)

high schools students in Extension SAT and ACT prep courses high school and middle school students in Extension managed STEM courses

Serving the Life Sciences, Technology and Health Care Innovation Economy

200

member companies in Extension affiliate CONNECT (nonprofit innovation company accelerator) and 300 start-up companies assisted by CONNECT/Extension

885

active business and community advisors to Extension curriculum committees

3,371

enrollees in life sciences and technology courses

9,338

enrollees in Extension courses for health care professionals (non-clinical)

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Fostering Alumni and International Scholar Connections to the Campus

10 21 1,000 1,972 3,950

countries sending enrollees to online Latin American Clinical Trials Certificate Saudi doctors pursuing UCSD graduate degrees via Extension collaboration with Health Sciences International international Extension students attending UCSD credit courses via University and Professional Studies program

UCSD Alumni enrollees in Extension courses

full-time international students from 59 countries

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Providing Technology-Enabled Post-Academic Education and Community Outreach

18,213 71,416 85,000 4 million more than 25 million viewers

enrollees in Extension’s 1,230 online courses enrollees in public programs, concurrent registrations and outreach programs enabled by Extension

social media subscribers via UCTV YouTube channel homes reached by UCTV broadcasts of faculty lectures and campus events

watching 132 million video downloads through Extension managed UCTV website, YouTube and iTunes

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Online Learning

The shortest distance between you and your next class is online Quality Instruction, Flexible Format UC San Diego Extension provides a superior online classroom experience that allows you to fit learning into your busy life. Log on and learn from home, work or any place that is convenient for you. Our online courses deliver the same high-quality content and expert instruction as “face-to-face” courses. Whether you are working on your own time or in real-time online sessions, your interactions with fellow students and your dedicated instructor makes for a true online learning community. BENEFITS OF ONLINE LEARNING

• Learn anytime and anywhere • Meet people from around the world • Spend more time learning and zero time driving to class • 24/7 support • Easy to use tutorials to guide you on your way

Over 850 online courses are offered to busy working professionals in the following areas of study:

• Art, Photography & Performing Arts • Business • Digital Arts • Education • Engineering • English Language Studies • Foreign Languages • Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety • Humanities & Writing • Information Technology & Software Engineering • Leadership & Management Development • Life Sciences • Public Service & Social Responsibility

“I enjoy the flexibility that online classes offer. I can work on the course anytime, anywhere. It’s great when I have to travel; I can still be working on my class.” For more information on classes and to see if online learning is for you, visit extension.ucsd.edu/online

Free Online Course Tour – Webinar Friday, January 3rd, 2014 12:00-1:00 p.m. PST See firsthand how to engage with classmates, post assignments, and find course resources in an online environment. Ask questions and get answers from the comfort of your home or office. Space is limited. Visit ucsdextension.adobeconnect.com/

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K–16 Programs

The foundation on which students can build their dreams STE+aM Education • Test Prep • Pre-College Programs • University Courses

UC San Diego Extension offers an array of resources to inspire young and growing minds. Programs are offered throughout the year for K–16 students and are specially designed so students can build a solid foundation for future academic pursuits, transitioning to the workforce, and appreciating the value of lifelong learning. Academic Connections (Grades 9-12) During summer 2014, students will have the opportunity to take a three-week residential pre-college program, allowing them to experience college life and access classrooms and research faculty labs on campus—either through the Research Scholar or the Research Studies component of Academic Connections in San Diego (July 6–26). Students can also choose a "Global Environmental Leadership and Sustainability Program.” They will be able to examine the diverse ecosystems and climate zones in each area, participate in hands-on research, and learn about The Social Change Model of Leadership. • Biosphere 2, Arizona (June 21–28) • Los Alamos National Labs, New Mexico (August 5 –12) • Kohala Center, Hawai’i (July 27–August 3) k12.ucsd.edu

Test Prep for High School & Undergraduate Students
 (Grades 13–16) We provide year round opportunities for students to prepare for the ACT®, SAT®, GMAT®, GRE®, LSAT®, and MCAT®. Our Test Prep sessions provide the highest quality training without the high cost. They are available at UCSD and can also be customized and delivered onsite for your school or organization. k12.ucsd.edu STE+aM Education (Grades 5–8) UCSD Extension leads the way in integrating the Arts with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math [STEM]. Students are able to explore an academic interest in-depth, investigate a subject they are curious about, as well as gain valuable preparation for an increasingly competitive college admission process. k12.ucsd.edu/steam Concurrent (Open) Enrollment (High School Graduates+) Concurrent enrollment opens the doors to one of the world's top research universities. Students can enroll in UCSD campus courses without formal admission to the University. extension.ucsd.edu/undergraduates

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Center for Life/Work Strategies Take Your Next Step with the Life/Work Center UC San Diego Extension’s Center for Life/Work Strategies is committed to providing resources for people to begin thinking about their level of career success and satisfaction and help them take control of their future for a rewarding life. Whether you’re seeking to change careers, just starting out in your career, wanting to move up or you’re in transition, the Center’s offerings can help you achieve your career goals faster. By connecting your strengths, skills and passions with your career path and goals, you become more successful, engaged and fulfilled.

To get started: 1. Take a free online career assessment 2. Attend a free career clinic 3. Attend a free Career Strategy Session 4. Join a career workshop 5. Or, call the Center for help at (858) 246-1037 For details, visit extension.ucsd.edu/careers.

Career Workshops & Events:

Is Your Career On Track? Take the Center’s free online assessment to help you to:

• One-on-One Career Coaching (by appointment)

• Gauge your satisfaction with your current profession • Develop your brand

• Resume Review: Personalized and On Demand

• Build and leverage your network • Explore new possibilities to help fulfill your life and/or career goals

• Story Telling for an Interview or Negotiation

• Decide on next steps in your career

Motivation

Inspiration

Life-long

Community

Life/Work Education

Opporunities

• Annual Career Week Meet UCSD Extension instructors and program managers at this spring event

Workshops

Career Developing

Industry

Strategies TOOLS

Coaching Transition Assessments

Professional

Connections Different Training Relationships Mentors

Advancing

Networks Synergy

VALUE DRIVEN

The free assessment and registration details are available online at extension.ucsd.edu/careers

• Annual Career Boost Camp Conference In partnership with UCSD Alumni

• Quarterly Career Strategy Sessions (free) Topics may include negotiations, emotional intelligence, starting a business and more • Quarterly Career Clinics (free) January 27 – February 1 Choose a clinic based on your life and career stage: • Early Career Professionals • Mid-Career Professionals • In Transition/Unemployed • Encore Generation (Boomers)

Unique

Skills

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Campus & Degree Programs UCSD EXTENSION LAUNCH JUMPSTART YOUR ENTRY INTO THE WORKPLACE UCSD has always been an innovator and leader in higher education. Now we’re paving the way to your successful bridge into the modern workplace. Undergraduates now have the ability to jumpstart their transition into the workplace with LAUNCH—an offering designed by UCSD Extension. The LAUNCH program enables ambitious students to earn a certificate in their field of choice, while networking with instructors and students of like interests. As of Fall 2011, active undergraduate juniors and seniors have the opportunity to receive grant money to cover most course fees* for most specialized and professional certificates that Extension has to offer.

A FEW OF THE PROFESSIONAL AND SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE OPTIONS • Clinical Trials Administration • Design Media • Paralegal • Quality Assurance and Control • Regulatory Affairs Specialist • Sustainable Business Practices • Web Media

LAUNCH COACHING Each LAUNCH student works with a coach who assists them in developing skills which will make the difference in landing that allimportant first job after graduation. LAUNCH students are encouraged to participate in a variety of supplemental opportunities including workshops, panel discussions, identifying career goals, networking and salary negotiation.

UC SAN DIEGO EXTENSION CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

(FORMERLY COMPLIMENTARY ENROLLMENT)

Opening the door to one of the world’s top research universities, Concurrent Enrollment permits individuals to experience undergraduate and graduate courses at UC San Diego. Concurrent Enrollment is administered through UCSD Extension in collaboration with UCSD’s academic departments. Admittance is subject to faculty approval and is designed for individuals: • completing degree requirements from another college or university • preparing for graduate or p­ rofessional school • seeking professional d­ evelopment • returning to school after a break in study • committed to life-long learning

IMPORTANT DATES FOR WINTER 2014 Classes begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jan 6 Last day to enroll without a $50 late fee/last day to drop and receive a refund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jan 17 Final day for Biology, Chemistry, Economics, History, International Studies, IRPS, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Rady, and Structural Engineering students to enroll, final day to enroll with a late fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jan 24 Final day to change grading option, change credit option or drop without a “W” appearing on transcript . . . . . Jan 24 Final day to drop classes without penalty of “F” grade. “W” will appear on transcript . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mar 7 Email: concurrent@ucsd.edu To view courses offered, click on Schedule of Classes at tritonlink.ucsd.edu

HOW TO APPLY Visit our website for the online application. For more information, call (858) 822-1460, email launch@ucsd.edu, or visit extension.ucsd.edu/launch *Restrictions may apply.

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November 18-22, 2013 Full time UC San Diego students receive a $400 voucher towards catalog classes. Call (858) 534-3400 or visit our website: extension.ucsd.edu/student See page 259.

MASTER OF ADVANCED STUDIES Bringing together the most advanced knowledge and presentation formats, the Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) is a fully accredited, graduate degree for professionals, conferred by UC San Diego. Under a statewide UC project, the MAS degree credential was introduced to expand career potential and bring academic rigor to professionals in various fields. UC San Diego Master of Advanced Studies Degrees currently offered: • Clinical Research (clre.ucsd.edu) • Health Policy and Law Master of Advanced Studies Degree in Health Policy and Law, jointly conferred by UCSD and California Western School of Law (hlaw.ucsd.edu) • The Leadership of Healthcare Organizations (lhco.ucsd.edu) See Next Page →


UC San Diego Master’s Degrees

CLINICAL RESEARCH clre.ucsd.edu (858) 534-9164 San Diego has become one of the most advanced centers in the world for biotechnology and clinical research. Individuals who are able to conduct credible patient-based research within stringent ethical and regulatory guidelines are needed as the field continues to grow. This program links the academic and professional scientific communities, and facilitates interaction among program participants and experienced investigators.

What are UC San Diego Master’s Degrees? The following UC San Diego Master’s Degrees, also known as Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) programs —are fully accredited, graduate degrees for professionals, conferred by the University of California, San Diego and administered through Extension. Under a statewide project of the University of California, the MAS degree credential was introduced in January, 2001. Self-funded MAS degree programs are typically tailored to the lifestyle and level of experience of mid-career professionals and may be taken on a full or part-time basis.

Are there admission requirements? Yes, like any other graduate program, there are specific admission requirements for each degree program. This may be a combination of a related undergraduate degree, specified minimum GPA, relevant working experience, resume, letters of recommendation, and a statement of purpose with the application. See individual program websites for details.

Do I need to take the GRE/GMAT?

The curriculum for the program: • Provides supplemental graduate level training in leading edge methodology and protocols for conducting patient-oriented research for scientists, researchers, and healthcare professionals • Integrates didactic information with timely practical training in study development and methodology • Gives students the knowledge and skills to translate biomedical research into novel therapeutics that lead to improved patient care

No, the GRE/GMAT is not required for admission to these programs.

Who should apply?

Who are the faculty?

• Biomedical scientists employed in hospitals and pharmaceutical and biomedical firms

Courses are taught be renowned faculty from the UCSD School of Medicine, California Western School of Law, and leaders in healthcare, business, and law. See individual program websites for details.

• Pharmacists/Pharmacologists

Is there financial aid?

• Nurses with advanced training

Students may secure funding opportunities through a number of outside agencies, both government and non-government organizations and foundations. Commercial bank loans are available for students. There are some merit scholarship opportunities. See individual program websites for details.

• Others with graduate training in scientific or healthcare fields

What are some of the features of the programs? A flexible, evening course schedule designed to meet the needs of working professionals. Innovative and relevant curriculum. Each student is assigned a faculty advisor, and the option of also having an industry advisor.

• Physicians/Psychologists

• Post-graduate allied health professionals

Accepting Applications for Summer 2014 For more information visit clre.ucsd.edu or email clre@ucsd.edu

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UC San Diego Master’s Degree Programs

HEALTH POLICY AND LAW DEGREE hlaw.ucsd.edu (858) 534-9162 Health Policy and Law is a joint degree from UCSD and California Western School of Law. It bridges the differences between the practice of healthcare and the practice of law to establish a common understanding of the principles guiding each profession. The program is for experienced professionals who want to influence the development of public policy and law. It equips students with advanced, timely skills and understanding of the best scientific, ethical, regulatory, and management practices of concern to both professions, with a goal of establishing mutually compatible solutions in policy and practice. Through the program curriculum students develop competencies in: • The foundational principles and thought processes of legal and medical practice (respectively)

LEADERSHIP OF HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS lhco.ucsd.edu (858) 534-9162 The Leadership of Healthcare Organizations is a dynamic interdisciplinary program that provides health industry professionals with critical knowledge and skills to be effective managers and leaders in today’s complex healthcare environment. The curriculum integrates a focus on critical healthcare issues with core business knowledge in finance, law, technology, and leadership, with an emphasis on clinical process improvement.

They obtain their capability by developing (1) personal curiosity and passion regarding the healthcare industry, and (2) professional competencies in:

The combined elements of a traditional MBA program with a practical focus on reducing medical errors and improving patient outcomes equip the graduate with the advanced knowledge and skills to manage the escalating challenges in the healthcare industry.

• Nursing professionals

Graduates should be capable of:

• Frameworks for applying policy to health systems globally

• Assuming leadership responsibility in a healthcare organization

• Bioethical reasoning

• Articulating and addressing complex (business) challenges facing the healthcare industry

• Policy research and development Who should apply? • Practicing attorneys and paralegals certified by the ABA • Physicians nurses, and other licensed clinical professionals • Healthcare administrators and other affiliated professionals • Biomedical and bio-technical scientists • Senior staff with insurance, pharmaceutical, regulatory or other healthcare-related firms • Public health and government officials and staff Accepting Applications for Fall 2014 We now offer a Global Health Policy Certificate. It consists of 5 classes (10 units). Some of the classes may be counted towards the Master’s in Health Policy and Law degree program.

• Conceiving and implementing productive changes in healthcare organizations, especially related to process improvement and quality of patient care

What students liked best about the program?

• Organizational Leadership • Framing/explaining industry business challenges Who should apply? • Physicians • Administrative or clinical managers in the healthcare field • Public and allied health professionals • Senior staff with insurance, pharmaceutical, or other healthcare-related firms • Healthcare executives Accepting Applications for Spring 2014 For more information visit lhco.ucsd.edu or email lhco@ucsd.edu

“The diversity of the classes and the networking opportunities.” —Michelle Etzel (LHCO Grad)

“The experience I received as a result of attending this program ultimately made me a better leader in the administrative healthcare field. From the collaboration with the professors along with my peers in class, the experience was truly a rewarding one. I would recommend this program to anyone wishing to climb the healthcare leadership ladder.”

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• Personal leadership

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Customized Corporate Training Resources for professional training and employee development

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Are you building your future leaders? Are your employees technical skills up to date? Are you equipping supervisors and managers for success?

Strengthen, engage and inspire your people

People are the key to business success. Results come from individuals, equipped with the right skills, energized to do the right activities at the right time. Whether your organization is small or large, on-site classes offer a cost-effective way to deliver specialized t­ raining tailored to your organization and your people.

Power up your workforce for maximum performance • Customization – you choose the time, location and topic. • Integrated curriculum – align training programs with your strategic initiatives. • High-performing teams – employees learn new skills, develop a common language, and build confidence. • Real-world knowledge – access cutting edge tools and techniques through highly experienced instructors who are practitioners in their fields.

In a scientific/technical environment where you are managing very bright people, the interpersonal skill building of the Manager’s Toolkit is key. We brought together a diverse team of individuals who learned how to work together and how to bring out the best in their direct reports. Tapping complementary strengths really is a sum greater than its parts!

• UCSD credit – employees earn continuing education units (CEU’s) that can lead to a professional certificate or be used for maintaining credentials or licenses. Online and hybrid courses Coursework can be customized for the Web for online delivery to both local and remote employees. Hybrid classes, containing both online and classroom instruction, are also ­available.

—Jennifer Auth Sr. Human Resources Manager Sequenom, Inc.

Experienced instructors All courses are taught by practitioners who are experts in their fields. They put theory into practice using case studies, hands-on work experiments, and special guest l­ecturers. Outstanding customer care We will handle the administration of your staff training from beginning to end. Our goal is to develop a one-on-one relationship based on clear communication and superior service.

Five simple steps 1. Schedule a needs assessment by calling (858) 534-9151. 2. Identify potential training solutions. 3. Meet with instructor to review content. 4. Deliver course at your location. 5. Evaluate course results.

Let us handle the

administration of your training from beginning to end

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Q&A

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What is the minimum number of students? A No minimum is required, but 15 is optimum for cost effectiveness.

Q When and where can classes be offered? A Classes may be offered at any time and any location that is convenient to your organization.

Q Do you offer training facilities? A Yes. If you need space, instruction SAMPLE PROGRAMS BUSINESS

Finance for Non-Finance Managers Interest-Based Negotiation Presentation Skills EDUCATION

Clear Credential Programs College Counseling Science Institute

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

360° Assessment Program Manager’s Toolkit Project Manager’s Toolkit LIFE SCIENCES

Good Laboratory Practices Intro to Biotech Manufacturing Process Biotech: A Look Inside the Building Blocks of Life OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH

ENGINEERING

Cal/OSHA Courses OSHA Courses

Systems Thinking Six Sigma Systems Engineering

WRITING & COPYEDITING

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Copyediting Core Writing Skills Technical Communication

Business Writing Oral Presentation Pronunciation & Fluency FOREIGN LANGUAGES

Chinese Japanese Travel Study HEALTHCARE

Healthcare Leadership Program INFORMATION ARCHITECHTURE

Data Mining .NET Programming Strategic Role of IT in Business LAW

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may be offered at our University City Location.

Q Who are the instructors? A UCSD Extension instructors

represent San Diego’s most talented and prepared educators. They have frontline experience in the fields they teach and are often published experts in their field.

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the Web? Yes. Coursework can be delivered online and even discussed in Webbased classrooms.

Q Will employees earn continuing

education units?

also be applied to clear credentials or to gain entrance into another academic institution.

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How do I enroll?

you will first need to contact one of our specialists.

A Yes. If approved, coursework may

A To bring UCSD to your workplace,

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Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Osher–For Adults Who Thirst for Knowledge

Osher Members Enjoy:

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute invites all who are retired or semi-retired and 50 years of age or older to renew their enthusiasm for learning in a relaxed environment. Designed and run by its members, Osher offers a stimulating program of classes, seminars, lectures and discussion groups, entirely free of the pressures of grades and exams.

• Daytime class hours 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. • No prerequisites, grades, or tests • Opportunity to audit most UCSD classes • Free use of the UCSD libraries

Classes are taught by distinguished faculty, scholars, and community and national leaders in an array of subjects: history, art, science, literature, economics, politics, medicine, and many more. Live drama, music, and movies add to the choices. Osher members choose as many or as few activities as they wish; there are no requirements. Learning for the love of it—that’s Osher. Osher Open House is December 14,2014

Visit our website for videos of some of our past Distinguished Lecturers. olli.ucsd.edu

OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE Attend stimulating series of lectures on a topic or theme or single presentations by renowned UCSD professors and experts in specialized fields. Our winter courses include: MODERN COSMOLOGY MEXICO: 20 YEARS AFTER NAFTA

OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE

INNOVATIONS IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

REVOLUTIONARY ATLANTIC

SCIENCE AND MEDICINE

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

WEDNESDAYS AT THE MOVIES

LAW AND SOCIETY

AND OUR DISTINGUISHED LECTURE

MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY

SERIES

9600 N. Torrey Pines Road, Bldg “D” UC San Diego Extension Campus Rubinger Center

AUTHORS

Osher winter classes begin January 6, 2014 For details, call (858) 534-3409 | Email olli@ucsd.edu

Office Hours Monday–Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. To request an Osher catalog call (858) 534-3409 or email olli@ucsd.edu

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Bookstore Two choices for ordering your textbooks! 1

PURCHASE

ucsandiegobookstore.com/courselistbuilder.aspx You can have your books delivered quickly and easily to your home, to your office, or to the Mission Valley or University City Centers. Or you can pick them up at the UC San Diego Bookstore on campus. By phone: (800) 520-7323 or (858) 534-4557 On campus: UC San Diego Bookstore, Price Center Complex (For map visit: maps.ucsd.edu)

22 RENT ucsdbookstore.bookrenterstore.com Rent your course books securely online and have them shipped directly to you. FREE UPS returns. Save up to 60% off the new price. Store drop off also available.

Download the free scan app at bookstore.ucsd.edu/m

Phone-in and online course material orders can be delivered to the Mission Valley & University City Centers.

UC San Diego Computer Store educational discounts are available for UC San Diego Extension students too. COMPUTER REPAIR SERVICE

For estimates go to: laptoprepair.com/ucsd

Apple Systems academically priced.

Check out our special values first.

iPods, iPads, and accessories often at discounted prices Adobe, Microsoft and Endnote Academic Licenses Available (certain restrictions apply)

Lightweight VAIO Notebooks.

Less to carry. More to admire.

Well designed, fast and easy to use.

ThinkPad. Leading edge technology.

Full line of digital cameras. SLRs and lenses.

Everyday Specials • Bestsellers and featured new and notable titles discounted every day, inside the Bookstore • 5% off medical web orders webmedbooks.com/ucsd (medical books, software and supplies.)

UC San Diego Bookstore Hours During the Academic Year:* Monday–Friday 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. • Saturday Noon–5:00 p.m. • Closed Sunday. *Closed Holidays. Complete hours are posted at: ucsandiegobookstore.com/t-hours.aspx

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Art, Photography & Performing Arts

Art, Photography and Performing Arts Get the essential practice and preparation to harness your creativity and express yourself artistically. We offer a wide variety of courses and programs in the visual and performing arts.

spot light.

Actors Needed: No Experience Necessary We offer performing arts classes, from beginner to advanced, every quarter with knowledgeable, skilled instructors. Discover how to move and speak with grace and authority, and learn acting techniques that can enhance your everyday life. extension.ucsd.edu/arts Art & the Creative Process Always wanted to be an artist, but don’t know where to start? Learn how to draw, paint and channel your inner vision in a wide variety of classes in drawing, painting, art history, mixed media, and creative inspiration. extension.ucsd.edu/acp

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Certificate Programs PROFESSIONAL • Art and the Creative Process • Photography: Images and Techniques

Photography: Images and Techniques Improve your technique and develop your creative eye in our photography program. We offer classes in artistic focus, film photography, alternative photographic techniques, digital printing, photographic lighting and the history of photography. extension.ucsd.edu/photography Learn How to Play Sing like a professional or discover an array of instruments. We offer classes quarterly in guitar, piano, singing, music history and the fundamentals of music. Classes are small to allow for more individualized instruction. extension.ucsd.edu/arts

Enroll by Dec. 9, Save $25 We offer an early enrollment discount on select courses. See course listings for details.

Contact Us Arts, Humanities and Languages Phone: (858) 534-5760 Email: ahl@ucsd.edu Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/arts

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Jacole Kitchen

Jacole Kitchen, Jacole Kitchen is currently the Casting Director and Artistic Associate for San Diego Repertory Theatre, responsible for casting the talent in all six shows in the San Diego REP season. Prior to coming to San Diego, Jacole spent more than six years as a Talent Agent at Kazarian/Spencer/Ruskin and Associates, specializing in professional theatre. While with KSR, Jacole had numerous clients in Broadway shows and National Tours, including Wicked, Jersey Boys, Phantom, Lion King, Peter Pan, In The Heights and many more. Jacole is an instructor with UCSD Extension and does private coaching and professional consultation. She is also an avid spoken word artist and improv enthusiast.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 How to Get Cast. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Introduction to Acting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Acting II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Improv 101. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Art History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Art of the Medieval World. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Art of the Late Gothic and Early Renaissance. . . . . . . 29

Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Drawing: Focus on Perception (Beginning). . . . . . . . . 29 Drawing: Refining Technique (Intermediate) . . . . . . . 29 Figure Drawing I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

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Mixed Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Jacole . . . has the most energy of any instructor I have ever had at UCSD. The first day of class I was comforted to know her goal for us as students was to help us grow as actors and to become more aware of our characters situations and objectives. She has an awareness that you rarely see. She is not afraid to challenge her actors and she doesn’t sugar coat it. She exudes wonderful energy and she has great instincts. She has a passion for the theatre and that is what we as actors look for.

—Holden F. Moll, Acting II student, Summer 2013

Introduction to Calligraphy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Poster Art: A Photo Silkscreen Workshop. . . . . . . . . . 30 Printmaking Workshop: Making a New Impression . . 30 Watermedia and Collage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Creative Process I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Illustrating Books for Children. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Introduction to Mosaic Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 History of Rock Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Singing I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Guitar I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Beginning Piano, Level I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intermediate Piano. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Painting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Introduction to Painting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Fundamentals of Landscape Painting. . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Abstract Painting II (Advanced). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 A Short History of Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Destination Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Digital Camera Basics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Photography: Business Workshop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Fine Art of HDR Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Introduction to Photography in the Digital Age . . . . . Digital Darkroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Digital Darkroom II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intermediate Photography in the Digital Age. . . . . . . Introduction to Black & White Photography. . . . . . . . Photo Silkscreen I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Postcards from the City: Exploration with Artistic Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reading Photographs: The Art of Seeing. . . . . . . . . . Environmental Portraiture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Strobe Workshop: Lighting with Speed Lights . . . . . .

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Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

It’s Never Too Late to Start

Art and the Creative Process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Photography: Images and Techniques. . . . . . . . . . . . 37

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courses ACTING ONE DAY

How to Get Cast

˜An eight week intensive interactive

workshop with former Los Angeles Talent Agent Jacole Kitchen that will prepare actors of all levels to be successful in the professional audition process. Take the mystery out of how an actor gets cast. What do you have to do to prepare? How do you get in the door? Where do you find information? Who are the key players? What goes into making casting decisions? Topics will include: getting an agent and getting an audition if you don’t already have an agent; who’s who in the casting process; getting information from casting breakdowns; what directors, producers and casting directors are looking for; how to make the most of your time in the audition room and what to do after an audition. Students will have an opportunity to present and get critiques on cold readings and audition pieces. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jacole Kitchen, MEd Casting director and Artistic Associate for San Diego Repertory Theatre, responsible for casting the talent in all six shows in the San Diego REP season Section: 099568-5003 Course No. THEA-70001 Time/Date: W 6:30-8:45 p.m., Jan. 29-Mar. 19 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 109, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $265 ($240 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 4 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Introduction to Acting

Have you wondered if you might enjoy acting? Whether you want to start an acting career or just improve your communication skills, this fun and enjoyable class, in a uniquely supportive environment, will introduce you to the basic tricks and techniques of the craft, as well as giving you an appreciation for this complex and exciting art form. You’ll learn techniques that will help you improve your

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memory, concentration, discipline, freedom of expression, risk-taking, and the building of an ensemble. You’ll learn body motion, speaking skills, character development, and expressiveness, useful skills you can apply in many non-theatrical situations and that will enhance your abilities in personal expression and public communication. Note: No previous actor training or experience required. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jason Heil, MFA A San Diego-based director, actor and teacher with extensive directing credits including Born Yesterday, You Never Can Tell, and The Mousetrap Section: 099570-5003 Course No. THEA-40007 Time/Date: M 6:30-8:15 p.m., Jan. 27-Mar. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 109, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Theatre Fee: $265 ($240 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 31 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Acting II

Continue to build your acting skills and develop your own unique creative process for interpreting and rehearsing scenes. Take the opportunity to explore the work of many different playwrights, such as Ibsen and Mamet, through script analysis, class discussion and scene work. Discover how to develop the moment-to-moment concentration so vital to the actor and how to create a supportive and satisfying ensemble. Learn improvisation, basic approaches to realistic acting, and the basics of the Stanislavski “method” and the acting systems of Sanford Meisner and Michael Chekhov. Learn techniques actors use to overcome stage fright, improve relaxation and focus, build trust and foster teamwork, all while finding your true voice as an actor. Note prerequisite: Completion of a beginner’s course such as Introduction to Acting or equivalent experience. IN-CLASS Instructor: Emmelyn Thayer, MFA Worked at The Old Globe/University of San Diego’s prestigious Graduate Theatre program with several Tony-award winning directors Section: 099569-5003 Course No. THEA-40013 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-8:45 p.m., Jan. 28-Mar. 18 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 129, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Theatre Fee: $265 ($240 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Improv 101 Ever watch Whose Line Is It Anyway? and want to learn how to be that clever, that funny? This class is a fun introduction to the joys and thrills of comedy-sports improvisation. Students are introduced to the basics of improvisation through a variety of fun games and exercises in a safe, friendly atmosphere.

Learn to be more relaxed and spontaneous while also improving your skills at listening, storytelling and teamwork. This is a great playground in which to work on improving your public speaking skills and developing your auditioning skills, or just learning how to relax and let more fun into your life. You might even conquer your fears, learn to free up your creativity everywhere in your life, become more spontaneous and authentic, and meet some of the coolest people in San Diego! No prior experience is necessary. IN-CLASS Instructor: Chris Salazar Performed around the U.S. with such companies as the American Shakespeare Center and The Barnstormers Theatre, Off-Broadway, and in stage and film work in NYC Section: 099571-5003 Course No. THEA-40029 Time/Date: M 6:30-8:15 p.m., Jan. 27-Mar. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Theatre Fee: $265 ($240 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 31 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

ART HISTORY

Art of the Medieval World

Explore the art and architecture of the Medieval period in this third installment of the Art Through the Ages series. From Byzantine churches, such as the Hagia Sophia in ancient Constantinople, to Gothic cathedrals in France, this course will introduce students to the history, styles, narrative imagery, and terminology of medieval monuments. Other arts, such as manuscript illuminations, stained glass and mosaics will also be discussed. Topics include the art of the Early Christian, Byzantine, Islamic, Romanesque and Gothic periods. Note: Fulfills one unit towards the art history requirement for the Art & Creative Process Certificate. Recommended text: Gardner’s Art Through the Ages: A Concise History by F. Kleiner & C. Mamiya IN-CLASS Instructor: Martina Hesser, Ph.D., M.A. An instructor for Art History at Grossmont College, at San Diego Mesa College, at UCSD Extension, and at MiraCosta College Section: 099206-5003 Course No. ART-40434 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-8:00 p.m., Jan. 7-28 (4 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 128, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Art Fee: $85 No refunds after: Jan. 6 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Towards the end of the 13th century, Europe is consumed by a profound metamorphosis and artists are increasingly influenced by nature, humanism, and antiquity (Roman times). In the North, artists meticulously render nature in paintings filled with symbolism as seen in the work of Jan van Eyck. In Italy, important artists such as Giotto, Masaccio, and Donatello renew the art of fresco, illusionistic painting, and classical sculpture. With the formulation of the principles of mathematical perspective, Brunelleschi opens up an endless world of illusionistic painting, which is embraced by Piero della Francesca and Mantegna. Note: Fulfills 1 unit towards the art history requirement for the Art & Creative Process Certificate. IN-CLASS Instructor: Chelsea Fralick, S.M. Arch.S. An art historian and freelance writer with a Masters of Science in Architectural Studies from the School of Architecture at MIT. Section: 099464-5003 Course No. ART-40444 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-8:15 p.m., Feb. 4-25 (4 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 128, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Art Fee: $85 No refunds after: Feb. 10 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Drawing: Focus on Perception (Beginning)

Learn basic drawing techniques through a variety of instructor demonstrations, guided in-class exercises and homework projects. Topics include contour drawing, positive and negative space, perspective, shading and composition. As this is a foundation course, work is based on drawing from observation. Explore the concept of light and shadow by experimenting with highlights, cast shadows and reflected light. An introduction to realistic portrait and figure drawing is included, focusing on proportion and “sighting” techniques used by the masters. Most importantly, students experience a change in perception, learning to see like an artist in this fun but challenging class. Note: Requirement for Art & the Creative Process Certificate. See course listing at extension. ucsd.edu or call (858) 534-5760 for materials list for 1st class meeting. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jim Machacek, MFA, BFA Co-founder of Bay Park Press, a San Diego collaborative print and letterpress studio and has artwork exhibited in museums and galleries nationwide Section: 099199-5003 Course No. ART-40166 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 5 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 121, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Art

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Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 14 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Pia Stern, M.A., MFA Primarily a process painter, she is known for her exploration of symbolic language. Her work is held in galleries, museums, public collections nationwide. Section: 099200-5003 Course No. ART-40166 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 4 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 220A, Mandeville Center, UCSD Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 13 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Drawing: Refining Technique (Intermediate)

Build confidence and expand your drawing skills! Through use of different materials and techniques, students become comfortable with drawing as process. Topics include: proportion, foreshortening, perspective, nature of light, chiaroscuro and exploration of new forms of expression. Using wet and dry media, you will work on still lifes, self-portraits and other imagery, while strengthening your own voice. Experience the act of drawing as a way to reason through the creative process, learning how the simplest graphic marks can express complex concepts. Note: Requirement for Art and the Creative Process Certificate. Prerequisite: “Drawing: Focus on Perception” (ART 40166). Bring graphite or charcoal pencils, drawing board w/ clips, 400 Strathmoor white drawing pad 18”x24”. Full materials list available at 1st class meeting. IN-CLASS Instructor: Michael Colletta, MFA, B.A. 25 years painting experience specializing in working from life and from the imagination, and has taught classes in studio art at UC Santa Cruz Section: 099243-5003 Course No. ART-40253 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 220A, Mandeville Center, UCSD Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 12 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Figure Drawing I

Gain greater confidence in your ability to compose and render the human form. This course provides an in-depth study of how to draw the human figure using live nude models. Within a positive and supportive environment, you will focus on basic proportions and proper construction of the human form as well as light and shadow, contour, line, and composition. In-class drawing exercises will be enhanced by demonstrations of how to simplify and assemble the more complex areas of the body. Note: Elective for Art and the Creative Process Certificate.

Prerequisite: “Drawing: Focus on Perception” (ART 40166). Model fee is included in the course fee. Minors must have department permission to enroll (858) 534-5760. Bring 18”x24” newsprint pad, drawing board & charcoal sticks to 1st class meeting. IN-CLASS Instructor: Blair Thornley, BFA (Parsons School of Design) Nationally known illustrator, painter, and animator with her gestural characters having appeared in New York Times and LA Times Section: 099581-5003 Course No. ART-40006 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 5 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 220A, Mandeville Center, UCSD Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 14 (da/amn)

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Introduction to Calligraphy

˜Calligraphy is a timeless and elegant art

form. In this hands-on workshop, students will learn the foundations of a very popular lettering style developed in Italy around the Renaissance. The Italic hand, a graceful and legible hand, is very current today and used for many lettering applications. Beginning with pencil, students will gain an understanding of the underlying structure of the Italic hand before moving on to render the alphabet with a calligraphy pen using ink or gouache. Each session will build on the previous one in order for the student to become comfortable not only with their tools, materials, and lettering, but also to become confident in developing a calligraphic composition. Instruction includes guided practice and demonstration. IN-CLASS Instructor: Victoria Kibildis Member of the San Diego Fellow Calligraphers, the Bow Valley Calligraphy Guild in Canada, and a member of IAMPETH for over ten years. Section: 099201-5003 Course No. ART-80006 Time/Date: Sa 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Jan. 11-Feb. 15 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 128, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $175 ($150 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Sculpture Earn UCSD Extension credit for sculpture classes offered through the Athenaeum School of the Arts. Fulfills elective for the Art and the Creative Process Certificate program. For more information, call (858) 454-5872 and ask for Cornelia.

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Poster Art: A Photo Silkscreen Workshop

˜Poster art can be powerful! Whether for

a travel destination, concert, movie, political movement or event, a well-designed poster can attract attention and inspire action or reflection. Through demonstration and hands-on guidance from the instructor, students will learn how to design and create a 4-color poster. Drawing inspiration from historical and contemporary poster art, create your own poster and make a statement or just something beautiful for your wall! Silkscreen a limited edition (12 prints) of your design using water-based inks on poster paper up to 13 x 19 inches. Note: Printing Elective for Professional Certificate in Photography. IN-CLASS Instructor: Chet Wooding A commercial and fine arts photographer for more than thirty years, focusing primarily on images of dance and theater Section: 099207-5003 Course No. ART-40622 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 13-Mar. 20 (6 mtgs.) Location: Crafts Center Darkroom, Old Student Center, UCSD Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $190 ($165 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 19 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Printmaking Workshop: Making a New Impression

˜Printmaking is a wonderfully rich and

versatile art making medium. Whether you are a painter, sculptor, or prefer to draw, printmaking offers artists an opportunity to generate imagery with a fresh approach. This six-week course will cover a brief history of the printmaking medium and offer opportunities for hands-one experience with various printing types. Students will create their own print editions using relief printing as well as monotype & letterpress techniques. Don’t miss this opportunity to use a VanderCook letterpress and a large intaglio press, in addition to learning a few simple techniques for making prints at home. This is an introductory course, all levels are welcome. Note: Elective for Art & Creative Process Certificate. IN-CLASS Instructor: Sibyl Rubottom, MFA Co-founder of Bay Park Press in San Diego, a fine arts press specializing in artists’ books and fine intaglio prints Section: 099310-5003 Course No. ART-40621 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 27-Mar. 10; no mtg. Feb. 17 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 128, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $185 ($160 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 30 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Discover the exciting possibility of acrylic, watercolor, and gouache painting combined with collage. Students will enhance rice paper, print, and watercolor papers with color and pattern, and then apply them to painted paper, board, or canvas supports. Results will be rich, layered surfaces which can become either surprisingly realistic or boldly abstract works of art. Note: Fulfills elective for Art and the Creative Process Certificate Program. See course listing at extension.ucsd.edu or call (858) 534-5760 for materials list. Required textbook: Collage Techniques by Gerald Brommer.

In this introductory course, students will learn to make a story come alive through imagemaking. You will explore techniques for transforming text into images and discover methods for illustrating stories, poems, articles, and other narratives through pictures. The course will help students develop their own styles as it explores popular children’s book art, identify many varieties of media and techniques, introduces basic book structure and format, and reviews strategies for navigating the relationship between artists and editor. Note: Elective for Art and the Creative Process Certificate. Recommended prerequisite: “Drawing: Focus on Perception” (ART 40166) or equivalent experience. For more information or materials list, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu or call (858) 534-5760.

Watermedia and Collage

IN-CLASS Instructor: Elaine L Harvey, B.A. Teacher, art exhibition juror and award-winning painter whose work has been published and shown in one-person and juried exhibitions throughout San Diego Section: 099332-5003 Course No. ART-40271 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Feb. 26 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 128, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 14 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Creative Process I

In the supportive atmosphere of this studio class, you will explore a variety of art materials and techniques with stimulating projects that will spark your innate artistic abilities. Each week, students will experiment with a new medium: colored pencils, charcoal, markers, chalk pastels and colored paper, oil pastels, paints (watercolor, gouache or acrylic), mixed media, and non-art materials. Students will be guided through creative risktaking exercises and assisted in developing a final project. Note: Requirement for Art and the Creative Process Certificate. No prior art experience is necessary. Bring 18”x24” Strathmore drawing pad (80lb), newsprint pad, 2 graphite pencils (B & 3 or 4B) & white eraser. Complete materials list given first class meeting. IN-CLASS Instructor: France Marie Haeger, M.A., PHDE, ATR-BC A registered and board certified art therapist, fine arts instructor and artist, and maintains a private art therapy practice Section: 099203-5003 Course No. ART-40191 Time/Date: F 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 6 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 121, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 23 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Illustrating Books for Children

ONLINE Instructor: Joy Chu, BFA Principal, Joy Chu Designs and free-lance book publishing consultant and designer for clients and publishers all over the US and UCSD Extension instructor since 2008 Section: 099326-5003 Course No. ART-40011 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/amn) HANDS-ON

Introduction to Mosaic Art

Create mosaic art by employing different methods and working with a variety of materials. Explore methods for creating realistic representations of three dimensional forms such as portraits, animals or landscape. Learn the contemporary European folk art technique called Pique Assiette (“Broken China Mosaics”) combinations of broken china, ceramic dishes, stained glass, vitreous glass, ceramic tile and found objects such as rocks, shells and mirrors. Learn and apply the indirect method used for completing mosaics panels or mosaics off site. Students will complete a total of 4 projects. Note: Elective for Art and the Creative Process Certificate. No prior mosaic experience necessary. Bring sketch pad and pencils to first class. Material cost: approx. $50-$100 depending on variety and quantity of materials students purchase. IN-CLASS Instructor: Cathy Sparks Lyons, BFA (Colorado State Univerisity) Artist all her life and a well-rounded background in most visual art forms, and a Society of American Mosaic Artists member Section: 099234-5003 Course No. ART-40354 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 121, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 19 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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History of Rock Music

˜When Cleveland disc jockey Alan Freed

coined the term “Rock and Roll” in 1951, he inadvertently named an American cultural revolution that has been evolving for the last sixty years. Discover the musical, historical, and cultural context of this 20th century American art form and how it’s shifted our political and social attitudes as a nation over the decades. Attention will be given to the ongoing influence of technology on musical innovation, intercultural and inter-racial dimensions of popular music, and recurring cycles of rebellion against-and acceptance bythe popular music industry. ONLINE Instructor: Scott Walton Internationally recognized bassist whose work embraces the stylistic spectrum of jazz and improvised music. Section: 099560-5003 Course No. MUS-40060 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Music Fee: $195 ($170 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Singing I

Singing is one of the greatest expressions of joy human beings can share. Learn the fundamentals of good singing—including posture, breath control and voice production—in a friendly, supportive and fun environment. Develop basic skills in diction, reading music, projection, and stage presence alongside the more practical issues related to singing. Emphasis will be placed on the practical application of exercises and songs of various styles in both group and solo settings. Topics to be covered include posture, breathing, production and articulation of tone. As your confidence grows you will sing solos and ensemble pieces with your classmates, and will prepare a solo song for the final concert. Note: This course is oriented towards beginners, but singers of all levels are welcome. IN-CLASS Instructor: Leslie Leytham Studying voice for over a decade and teaching voice for 5 years with vocal interests range from pop and rock to classical music Section: 099565-5003 Course No. MUS-40021 Time/Date: M 6:30-8:45 p.m., Jan. 27-Mar. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 2136, Warren Lecture Hall, Warren College, UCSD Credit: 2 units in Music Fee: $265 ($240 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 31 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Guitar I

Have you ever wanted to play the guitar, but don’t know where to begin? Guitar class is a great way to learn and have fun at the same time. You don’t need any musical training, or even know how to read music, to begin learning to play the classical guitar with ease, control and musicality. In this easy step by step approach, designed for adult beginners but appropriate for students of all ages, you will acquire a basic, solid technique that will provide the foundation for your future progress and continued enjoyment in both acoustic and electric guitar. We focus on learning basic skills and techniques for playing the guitar, but you will also learn how to read music, guitar history, and styles and approaches to playing. Note: No prior musical training required. Bring an acoustic guitar (preferably nylon string) and the course textbooks to class. IN-CLASS Instructor: Robert Wetzel, M.M. A concert guitarist, recording artist and musical arranger, and teaching the guitar to aspiring students of all ages for over 25 years Section: 099566-5003 Course No. MUS-40032 Time/Date: W 6:30-8:45 p.m., Jan. 29-Mar. 19 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 129, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Music Fee: $265 ($240 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 4 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Robert Wetzel, M.M. A concert guitarist, recording artist and musical arranger, and teaching the guitar to aspiring students of all ages for over 25 years Section: 099567-5003 Course No. MUS-40032 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:00 p.m., Jan. 27-Mar. 17 (7 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 129, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Music Fee: $265 ($240 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 31 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Beginning Piano, Level I

Have you always wanted to learn to play the piano? This exciting and rewarding beginning piano course is designed for students with little or no keyboard experience. Develop basic keyboard skills and technique through the use of popular songs and appropriate-level piano literature. Gain a strong understanding of the rudimentary elements of music-melody, rhythm, harmony, and timbre-through electronic keyboard practice. Simple unison and part-singing are encouraged in this highly interactive course. Note: You will need an electronic keyboard or piano for practice at home. Pianos are available for rental at Greene Music for the duration of the course (858) 586-7000. Studio door will be locked once class begins; please be on time. IN-CLASS Instructor: William Cratty, Ph.D. in music (UCSD) Two years at UC Riverside as a teaching associate and visiting lecturer and awarded The Most Outstanding Teacher Section: 099556-5003 Course No. MUS-40006 Time/Date: F 7:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 31-Mar. 21 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 110, Greene Music Piano Studio, 9466 Black Mountain Rd., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Music Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 6 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: William Cratty, Ph.D. in music (UCSD) Two years at UC Riverside as a teaching associate and visiting lecturer and awarded The Most Outstanding Teacher Section: 099559-5003 Course No. MUS-40006 Time/Date: Th 6:30-8:45 p.m., Jan. 30-Mar. 20 (8 mtgs.) Location: Conrad Prebys Music Center, UCSD Credit: 2 units in Music Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 5 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Photoshop I & II Onsite and Online Learn digital photo editing, color correction, illustration techniques, formatting, and more. See pages 74-75 for details.

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Intermediate Piano

Learn to play with a beautiful and warm tone across a range of styles and genres, including traditional classical literature, standard pop songs, blues, and light jazz. Focus on appropriate-level repertoire, scales, chord progressions, harmonization, modulation, and sight-reading in more complex key relationships, and on improvisation and transposition between keys. Receive individualized coaching on compositions chosen by you and the instructor within your own level and preferred style. Follows Piano I-III sequence: appropriate for players with some skill with musical notation, scales, transposition, and simple sight-reading. Note: You will need an electronic keyboard or piano for practice at home; may be rented from Greene Music. For more information and a music-book list, see the course listing at extension.ucsd.edu IN-CLASS Instructor: William Cratty, Ph.D. in music (UCSD) Two years at UC Riverside as a teaching associate and visiting lecturer and awarded The Most Outstanding Teacher Section: 099558-5003 Course No. MUS-40048 Time/Date: M 7:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 27-Mar. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 110, Greene Music Piano Studio, 9466 Black Mountain Rd., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Music Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 31 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Introduction to Painting

Develop a strong foundation in painting. In this course, students have the opportunity to explore basic painting techniques while developing visual awareness and artistic self-expression. Principles in two-dimensional art, choice and use of materials (tempera, gouache, acrylic), sound techniques in painting, mixing, and color combination will be studied through a variety of subject matter. Color perception, artistic skill, style, and originality will be enhanced through the creative process in a supportive and stimulating atmosphere. Note: Fulfills painting requirement for Art and the Creative Process Certificate. Prerequisite: “Drawing: Focus on Perception” (ART 40166) or equivalent experience. For the materials list, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu or call (858) 534-5760. IN-CLASS Instructor: Christina Thurston, MEd A professional artist and graphic designer since 1989 and has painted murals for residential, commercial and public art applications Section: 099582-5003 Course No. ART-40180 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 220B, Mandeville Center, UCSD Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 15 (da/amn)

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Fundamentals of Landscape Painting

Master the basics of landscape painting in plein air! Students will explore the elements found in a landscape and learn to put them together to create a successful composition. Topics focus on the visual components of plein air painting: color relationships, composition, creating distance and atmosphere and understanding light and shade. Instruction includes demonstrations, critiques and class discussion as well as individual help. Students can choose to work in watercolor, oil, acrylics or pastels. Note: Elective for Art & the Creative Process Certificate. Prerequisite: Introduction to Painting or experience in selected medium. For info and a materials list, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu or call (858) 534-5760. IN-CLASS Instructor: Carol Cottone-Kolthoff, MFA in Painting & Drawing Taught studio art for many years at institutions including CSU-Long Beach, Palomar College, and the Monterey Peninsula College Section: 099564-5003 Course No. ART-40414 Time/Date: Sa. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 8 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 121, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 16 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Abstract Painting II (Advanced)

Discover your own creative language through the use of acrylic or oil paint and the formal elements of design. Students will pursue individual assignments centered around a specific idea or subject matter for the entire quarter. Ideas can range from abstraction (exploration of color) to representation (paintings that narrate a story, or describe an object, person or even an emotion). Students should be prepared to present their ideas to the instructor for approval at the first class meeting. Note: First class meeting is mandatory. Elective for Art and Creative Process Certificate. Prerequisite: “Abstract Painting” (ART 40194). For materials list for the first class meeting or more information, please see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu or call (858) 534-5760. IN-CLASS Instructor: Pia Stern, M.A., MFA Primarily a process painter, she is known for her exploration of symbolic language. Her work is held in galleries, museums, public collections nationwide. Section: 099205-5003 Course No. ART-40304 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 8 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 220B, Mandeville Center, UCSD Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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A Short History of Photography

Examine major photographic movements and the individuals who have shaped the history of the medium. Beginning with discussion of pre-photographic experiments and continuing toward a look at contemporary photography, students will learn the relevance of the medium’s rich and complex history. Lectures will concentrate on the progression of visual culture, role of science and photography’s dubious relationship with art. A print viewing assignment will bring students face to face with rare examples of original prints and masterworks of photography. The goal of this course is to engage history with a tangible understanding of the medium and its relationship to the act of making images. Note: Requirement for Professional Certificate in Photography. For more information or materials list, see course listing at extension.ucsd. edu or call (858) 534-5760. IN-CLASS Instructor: Scott B. Davis, BFA Studied photography and the history of photography at the University of New Mexico, and worked as a docent at MoPA Section: 099162-5003 Course No. ART-40412 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Feb. 11-Mar. 18 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 121, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $185 No refunds after: Feb. 17 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Destination Photography

Are you planning the trip of a life time or even a local excursion and want to capture better images? Designed for photographers with sound experience with camera and software operation, this class teaches strategies to make the most of your journey. Discussions, demonstrations and individual critiques will help you learn and develop improved approaches to pre-trip preparation, shooting on site as well as storing and sharing your images from the road or once you are home. Topics include gear selection, cultural sensitivities towards photographers, lighting, composition and other technical and aesthetic considerations. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Photography. Adobe Photoshop CS required. ONLINE Instructor: Ellyn Norris, M.A. A photo educator and fine art/freelance commercial photographer for the past 25 years and teaches photography in person for the Art Institute in San Diego Section: 098891-5003 Course No. ART-40575 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $280 ($255 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 12 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Digital Camera Basics

Are you interested in digital photography and don’t know where to start? This short workshop is designed for the digital novice curious to learn how to use their camera and take pictures without making costly investments in equipment or software. Instruction includes demonstrations, lectures, critiques and hands on practice. Students will use their own cameras to produce images for photographic assignments. Topics include basic settings, camera resolution, shooting modes, profiles and metering, removing and storing photos. Note: Any digital camera with manual controls is acceptable. This class is geared for those with little or no prior digital camera experience. Some previous computer experience is required. Call (858) 534-5760 with questions. IN-CLASS Instructor: Will Gibson Trained in the life sciences and turned to a life in photography in 1979 and a commercial studio photographer for 20 years, and teaches at Palomar College Section: 099580-5003 Course No. ART-81316 Time/Date: Sa 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Jan. 11-Feb. 8 (5 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $100 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (da/amn) HANDS-ON

Photography: Business Workshop

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sional photographer? Learn how to find your niche in the marketplace, promote yourself as a photographer, develop healthy business practices and design contracts and agreements that protect your interests. Instruction includes illustrated lectures, demonstrations and in-class assignments. Topics will include portfolio presentation, the importance of a website, creative approaches to marketing, performing professionally on a shoot and copyright protection for your photography. Note prerequisite: “Intermediate Photography in the Digital Age” (ART 40440) or equivalent experience. SLR or prosumer camera with manual settings required. Solid knowledge of camera, computer, Photoshop & MS Word is essential. All workflow is digital. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jack Yon An award-winning photojournalist, an award-winning Fashion, Editorial and Fine Art photographer, and extensive experience in Digital Photography. Section: 099208-5003 Course No. PROF-81338 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 19-Mar. 12 (4 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $190 ($165 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 18 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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The Fine Art of HDR Photography

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tography allows photographers to expand the dynamic range of light in their images for a very dramatic effect. Examining this popular trend in photography, students will gain a thorough understanding of this style of image making and develop the skills necessary to shoot and process their own successful HDR photos. Starting with learning how to capture images intended for HDR, you will understand how to effectively organize and edit HDR images in both Photoshop HDR Pro and Photomatix Pro. Instruction includes illustrated lectures, critiques, discussions, demonstrations as well as hands-on assignments. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Photography. Prerequisite: “Digital Darkroom” (ART 40441). Fully adjustable DSLR or prosumer digital camera, sturdy tripod, shutter release cable or a built time delayed shutter release required. IN-CLASS Instructor: Theresa A. Jackson, BFA (UCLA) Nearly thirty years experience in graphic production and design, and the proprietor of Orchard View Color, a graphic design business since 2001 Section: 098897-5003 Course No. ART-40608 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Feb. 24; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $275 ($250 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 12 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

IN-CLASS Instructor: Ian D. Cummings, B.A. (SDSU) A commercial photographer shooting advertising, catalog, and corporate communication assignments Section: 098898-5003 Course No. ART-40439 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $375 ($350 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 12 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Ellyn Norris, M.A. A photo educator and fine art/freelance commercial photographer for the past 25 years and teaches photography in person for the Art Institute in San Diego Section: 098899-5003 Course No. ART-40439 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $375 ($350 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 12 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Jack A. Yon An award-winning photojournalist, an award-winning Fashion, Editorial and Fine Art photographer, and extensive experience in Digital Photography Section: 098900-5003 Course No. ART-40439 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $375 ($350 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 15 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Introduction to Photography in the Digital Age

Learn how to capture more visually compelling images and make the most of digital photographic technology! Beginning photographers develop a solid foundation in photography, learn to use their camera as a tool to manipulate depth of field and motion and apply basic design and composition rules (or effectively break them). In addition, an introduction to Photoshop teaches students how to improve contrast, crop and resize photos and correct color casts post-production. Instruction includes weekly shooting assignments, demonstrations, discussions and class critiques. Note: Fully adjustable SLR, DSLR or prosumer digital camera required. Required course for Professional Certificate in Photography.

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Digital Darkroom

Whether you shoot film or digital, contemporary photographers need to learn Photoshop and be able to navigate the digital darkroom! This course offers a practical, hands-on foundation in digital workflow, taking an image from camera to computer. Through demonstrations, lectures and guided tutorials, you will learn fundamental Photoshop tools such as color corrections, layers, white balance, exposure and other useful skills to perfect your photos. Note: Emphasis on previously captured images. Required course for the Professional Certificate in Photography. prerequisite: “Introduction to Photography in the Digital Age” (ART 40439. Required text: Adobe Photoshop CS6 by Scott Kelby. IN-CLASS Instructor: Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler, MFA Photography (Brooks Institute) Freelance fine art, event and portrait photographer, and working on two books on photography to be published in 2011 Section: 098892-5003 Course No. ART-40441 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Feb. 12 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $350 ($325 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 14 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON (WINDOWS NT)

Digital Darkroom II

Expand your digital darkroom skills from batch processing to refining a particular image in this specialized hands-on course. Learn how to streamline and personalize your workflow, comparing different image management options including Lightroom. Explore more advanced Photoshop techniques and tools to fine-tune individual images, including the creative use of different filters or researching and utilizing plug-in software. Construct unique images from pre-visualization, photographic realization to post-production assembly of composite images. Note: Elective for the Certificate in Photography. Prerequisite: Digital Darkroom (ART 40441). IN-CLASS Instructor: Theresa A. Jackson, BFA (UCLA) Nearly thirty years experience in graphic production and design, and the proprietor of Orchard View Color, a graphic design business since 2001. Section: 098893-5003 Course No. ART-40543 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Feb. 11-Mar. 18 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $350 ($325 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 17 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Intermediate Photography in the Digital Age

Building on the skills learned in the introductory courses, students will strengthen technical abilities and further develop individual photographic style. Practical exercises provide diverse experiences to help you understand and master the subtleties of the medium. Instruction covers photographing a variety of subjects under varying conditions, exploring different genres in photography and maximizing software such as Photoshop to make the most of your images. Note: Fully adjustable SLR or DSLR or prosumer digital camera is required. Required course for the Professional Certificate in Photography. prerequisite: “Introduction to Photography in the Digital Age” (ART 40439) AND Digital Darkroom (ART 40441). Required Text: Adobe Photoshop CS6 by Scott Kelby. All images must be brought to class in digital format. IN-CLASS Instructor: Sarah Meghan Lee, B.A. (Stanford University) A photojournalist whose work in Latin America appeared in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and other publications Section: 098895-5003 Course No. ART-40440 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 23-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 29 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Introduction to Black & White Photography

In this fast-paced course, the beginning photographer will learn basic camera functions, fundamental darkroom skills, and blackand-white film processing techniques. The emphasis is primarily technical, although aesthetics, composition, and contemporary issues in photography will be covered through class critiques and discussions. You will shoot a minimum of five 36-exposure rolls of Tri-X film and participate in a final critique of student work. Note: Printing elective for Professional Certificate in Photography. A fully adjustable 35mm camera is required. Approx. cost of additional photo supplies $150. For more information or a materials list, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu or call (858) 534-5760. Want to express yourself artistically? Learnhow to draw, paint and engage your creativity. Visit extension.ucsd.edu/arts for more information.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Eddie Garcia III, B.A. A professional photographer with experience in teaching, commercial photography and fine art photography, and recognized for his urban and landscape scenes Section: 098901-5003 Course No. ART-40213 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 5 (9 mtgs.) Location: Crafts Center Darkroom, Old Student Center, UCSD Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 14 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Photo Silkscreen I

Discover the printmaking process that made Andy Warhol a superstar in the art world! In this hands-on class, you will learn how to transform your photographic images into silk screen prints. From prepress procedures including selecting appropriate images to printing 1-color and 2-color images, students will create a number of print editions on paper and textiles. Topics include screen tensioning, ink mixing, squeegee handling and stencil making. Note: Printing elective for Professional Certificate in Photography and/or Professional Certificate in Art & the Creative Process. $50 materials fee payable to instructor at 1st class meeting includes 2 t-shirts per student. IN-CLASS Instructor: Chet Wooding A commercial and fine arts photographer for more than thirty years, focusing primarily on images of dance and theater Section: 098896-5003 Course No. ART-40464 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 7-Feb. 11 (6 mtgs.) Location: Crafts Center Darkroom, Old Student Center, UCSD Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $190 ($165 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 13 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Postcards from the City: Exploration with Artistic Photography

Learn to take artistic photographs of urban scenes and display your work in a form that is almost as old as photography itself-the photographic postcard. Our subject is the San Diego urban scene: streets, markets, buildings, parks, bridges and people in the landscape. This non-darkroom class is designed for beginning to advanced students. Instruction includes illustrated lectures, field trips, and critique sessions. Students will make, write, and mail their own postcards to communicate . . . wish you were here. Note: First class meeting mandatory. Elective for

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Wolfgang Hastert, MFA An award-winning filmmaker and media artist who has taught at Duke University and UC San Diego for more than 12 years. Section: 098902-5003 Course No. ART-40165 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 12 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Reading Photographs: The Art of Seeing

Expand your ability to appreciate and create an array of photographic images by a variety of diverse artists as well as interpret and discuss their own photographs in a workshop setting. Through weekly hands-on activities and round-table discussions, we will learn to identify and utilize the tools an artists employs- vision, subject, symbolic value, tone, mood, framing, texture, metaphor, etc. This non-darkroom based course is designed for beginning to advanced students with basic technical skills in photography. Students can use either film or digital cameras. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Photography. For more information or materials list, see course listing at extension. ucsd.edu or call (858) 534-5760. IN-CLASS Instructor: Reneé Weissenburger, M.A. Worked as an artist for CoTA (Collaborations, Teachers, Artists) and as a literature & creative writing instructor at National University. Section: 099161-5003 Course No. ART-40413 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 128, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 15 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Environmental Portraiture

In environmental portraiture, the surrounding background is used to convey crucial information about a subject’s personality, interests, and lifestyle. This course is designed to encourage the intermediate photographer to examine and create environmental portraits. Our approach will focus on fictional storytelling and/or reality-based portraiture-in other words, your backdrops need not be strictly factual. Each week, we will discuss assigned readings, study the work of contemporary portrait photographers, and engage in constructive class critiques of our weekly Winter 2014 I

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Certificate Programs Art, Photography & Performing Arts PROFESSIONAL • Art and the Creative Process • Photography: Images and Techniques

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Strobe Workshop: Lighting with Speed Lights

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Professional Certificate in Photography. All types of cameras are welcome including cell phones. For more info and meeting schedule, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu or call (858)534-5760.

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Learn how to light your photographs without the use of heavy or expensive gear. This intensive workshop teaches the art of strobe lighting using off-camera flashes and other equipment such as flash triggers, gels, grids, softboxes and more. Through demonstrations, in-class assignments and independent projects, students will learn to maximize their options shooting with a core set of gear including a camera with manual controls, inexpensive speed lights and basic light modifiers. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Photography. prerequisite: “Introduction to Black & White Photography” , “Introduction to Photography in the Digital Age” or equivalent experience. Call (858) 534-5760 or see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu for required equipment. IN-CLASS Instructor: Michael C. Regala, B.S. Refining his shooting and lighting techniques, and sharing them with his growing list of clients and colleagues Section: 098903-5003 Course No. ART-40511 Time/Date: F 6:00-9:00 p.m., Sa 10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Jan 24-Feb. 8; no mtg. Jan. 25 (3 mtgs. Includes 1 F mtg, Jan. 24) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $375 ($350 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 23 (da/amn) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Art, Photography & Performing Arts

Art and the Creative Process The Professional Certificate in Art and the Creative Process documents concentrated study in studio art and the creative process. Regardless of profession or lifestyle, students benefit from the essential practice and preparation needed to harness their creativity and express themselves artistically. The program is designed for students with little or no art background and brings them step-by-step through a systematic program of courses to develop basic artistic skills and an understanding of the creative process. Students will choose from a variety of art courses to develop basic artistic techniques, while improving their abilities to observe, to find innovative solutions, and to express individual creativity. The certificate program focuses on both the creative process and the artistic product (a portfolio of finished artwork). Students also develop confidence with experimentation and self-expression.

Program Benefits • Develop basic artistic techniques • Improve your ability to observe • Find innovative solutions • Express your individual creativity

Guidelines The program consists of earning at least 29 quarter units in Art. Students should be able to complete the entire certificate program in 2.5 years. 29 units are required in the following areas:* Drawing (6 units required)* Painting (6 units required)* Art History (2 units required)* Creativity (6 units required)* Electives (Total of 9 units required)

Advisors France-Marie Haeger Art Instructor UCSD Extension

Mary Livingstone Beebe Director UCSD Stuart Collection

Kathleen McCormick

Principle Architectural Designer Smith + Others

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MIXED MEDIA ELECTIVES (Check back regularly for new course listings.) Artists’ Books: Re-Thinking the Box Printmaking Workshop: Making a New Impression 30 Introduction to Book Arts Introduction to Mosaic Art 30 Introduction to Mosaic Sculpture The Book as Creative Process Photo Silkscreen I Poster Art: A Photo Silkscreen Workshop 30 Illustrating Books for Children 30 Watermedia and Collage 30 (Un)glued: Focus on Collage Drawing Ideas: Developing Your Sketchbook

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Ernie Silva

Professor of Visual Arts UCSD

Armistead Smith

Principal Architect Smith + Others

Erika Torri

Executive Director Athenaeum Music & Arts Library

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Cert. ID: 99690-5003

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The Professional Certificate in Photography offers concentrated study in the photographic arts. The program is designed for adults with little or no photography background. The curriculum helps students successively develop solid skills including an understanding of the aesthetic and technical processes essential to the field of photography. The certificate program focuses on creativity and technical abilities, as well as the final product--a portfolio of finished photographs.Students choose from a variety of photography courses with an emphasis on digital processes, while improving their abilities to observe, find innovative solutions, and express individual creativity. The program is purposefully flexible; students may choose an area of concentration and enroll in electives that fulfill their personal interests.

Program Benefits • Develop basic photographic skills • Pursue creative ideas • Broaden artistic vision • Sharpen perceptual skills • Work with fellow photography enthusiasts • Study with professional photographers • Explore new photographic technologies

Guidelines To fulfill the certificate program, students must complete at least 28 quarter units in Photography. Student may enroll in the certificate program during any quarter of the year. Most students should be able to complete the program within 2 to 2.5 years but have up to five years to complete the program. The series of courses with both artistic and technical emphasis are organized into levels of increasing difficulty ensures that students develop and refine their skills over time. Students work at their own pace and choose from a wide variety of electives.

Advisors Don Bartletti, 2003 Pulitzer Prize Photojournalist, Los Angeles Times

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Becky Cohen Photographer

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To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Cert. ID: 99726-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Arts, Humanities & Languages, (858) 534-5760 E-mail: ahl@ucsd.edu

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UC San Diego Extension’s Life/Work Center provides resources for professionals who want to align their goals, skills and interests for a more rewarding life. The Center is committed to helping students define what success looks like for them no matter their career or life stage. Free Resources Available: • Online Self-Assessment • Quarterly Career Strategy Sessions Topics may include negotiations, emotional intelligence, starting a business and more. • Quarterly Career Clinics January 27 – February 1

Career Workshops and Coaching: • One-on-One Career Coaching • Resume Review: Personalized and On Demand • Story Telling for an Interview or Negotiation

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Karen Martin Karen Martin, M.A., has more than 25 years of experience building, managing and improving operations. Her firm, The Karen Martin Group, Inc., specializes in applying Lean thinking and business performance improvement to a broad range of industries including construction, energy, financial services, government, healthcare, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and transportation. She is author of Shingo prize-winning The Outstanding Organization, and coauthor of Value Stream Mapping, Metrics-Based Process Mapping, and The Kaizen Event Planner. Karen is one of four instructors who teach the Lean Enterprise program.

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contents TABLE OF CONTENTS Accounting & Taxation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Business Bookkeeping-An Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . 40 Elementary Accounting I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Elementary Accounting II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice I . . . . . 41 Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice II. . . . . 41 Cost Accounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Real Estate Tax and Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Federal Individual Income Taxation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Taxation of the Business Entity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Taxation: Practice, Procedures and Ethics . . . . . . . . . 42 Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice. . . . . . . . . 42 Auditing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Directed Studies in Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Business - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Introduction to Business. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Business Decision Making. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Business Law for Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 International Trade Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Communication Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

Business

Practical Writing Skills and Strategies for Business Professionals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Business Communication Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Presentation Skills for Business Professionals. . . . . . . 44 Strategic Cross-Cultural Communication. . . . . . . . . . 44

Facilities Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Planning & Project Management for Facilities Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Corporate Properties & Real Property Assets. . . . . . . 44 Emergency Preparedness, Environmental and Human Factors in Facilities Management . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Finance & Investment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Financial Accounting for Non-Accountants . . . . . . . . 45 Finance Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Financial Statement Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Financing Strategy: Sources of Capital and Business Plans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Financial Decision Making. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Business Valuation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Financial Modeling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Financial Markets and Investment Strategies. . . . . . . 46 International Finance and Capital Markets. . . . . . . . . 46 Directed Studies in Advanced Financial Analysis . . . . 46 Directed Studies in Finance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Human Resource Management & Organizational Development. . . . . . . . . 45 Managing Human Resources: An Overview. . . . . . . . 47 Employee and Labor Relations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Strategic Staffing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Understanding Employee Compensation. . . . . . . . . . 47 Benefits and Pension Plans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Performance Management Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Workplace Ethics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Behavioral and Competency-Based Interviewing . . . . 48 Employment and Retention Techniques. . . . . . . . . . . 48 Organizational Dynamics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Directed Studies in Human Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 HR for Emerging Companies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

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Information Systems Management . . . . 48

Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

Information Security: Principles to Programs . . . . . . . 48 Emerging Technology Trends in IT and the Resulting Business Opportunities. . . . . . . . . 49

Accounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Business Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Facilities Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Finance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Fundraising & Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Human Resource Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Marketing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Project Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Sustainable Business Practices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Manage Your Career. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Career Clinic for Early Career Professionals. . . . . . . . 49 Career Clinic for Encore Generation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Career Clinic for Mid-Career Professionals. . . . . . . . . 49 Career Clinic for Professionals in Transition. . . . . . . . 49 Resume Review: Personalized and On Demand. . . . . 49 Story Telling for an Interview or Negotiation. . . . . . . 50 One-on-One Coaching Sessions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Marketing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Elements of Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Getting to Know Your Customers: Practical Market Research. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Marketing via Social Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Product Management, Branding and Positioning. . . . 50 Creative Advertising Strategies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Presentation Techniques for Marketers . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Online Marketing Strategies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Successful Sales Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Using Pay-per-Click Marketing Profitably. . . . . . . . . . 51 Global Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Public Relations Tools and Tactics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Directed Studies in Marketing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

Project Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Conscious Project Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Project Management Essentials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Project Management Boot Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Project Management Essentials in Science and Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Project Planning and Scheduling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Work Team Concepts and Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Controlling Project Costs and Risks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Project Procurement Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Earned Value Project Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Microsoft Project 2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Interest-Based Negotiation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Project Management Simulation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Purchasing & Supply Management . . . . 55 Purchasing II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Quality & Process Improvement. . . . . . . 55 Lean Enterprise Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Information Session. . . . . . 55 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Six Sigma Green Belt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

Real Estate & Urban Planning. . . . . . . . . 56 Real Estate Principles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Real Estate Property Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Workforce Development Advising. . . . . 56 Foundation Principles for Career Advisors. . . . . . . . . 56 Skill Development for Career Advisors. . . . . . . . . . . . 56

Specialized Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Biotechnology Project Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Career Advising. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Information Systems Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Lean Enterprise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Purchasing & Supply Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

courses ACCOUNTING & TAXATION

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Business Bookkeeping-An Introduction

Students with no bookkeeping or accounting knowledge will be introduced to major concepts and processes in bookkeeping as the class works through the annual accounting cycle. Topics include: introduction to bookkeeping and accounting concepts, transactions through the journal and general ledger, financial reports (Income Statement and Balance Sheet) and closing the books at year’s end. This class may be taken in preparation for the Certified Bookkeeping Program offered in the Fall and Spring quarters. The course fee includes $25 for materials. If the student withdraws from the course, $25 will be withheld from the course refund but the student may retain the materials. Note: A basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel is needed to complete some class work. Access to a computer and the Internet is required. Hybrid Note: 1 session online on Feb. 14. HYBRID Instructor: Robert Osborne, MBA, M.S. Business Consultant Section: 098936-5003 Course No. BUSA-40824 Time/Date: M&Th 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Jan. 27-Feb. 15; no mtg. Feb. 14, Feb. 15 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 150, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $440 No refunds after: Jan. 31 (clz/js)

Elementary Accounting I

Learn the basics in financial accounting theory and practice. Topics include: recording, analyzing and summarizing procedures used to prepare balance sheets and income statements such as payroll, special journals, cash control, receivables and payables, inventory and depreciation.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Ron E. Bell, MBA Managing Director, Proven Inc. Section: 098743-5003 Course No. BUSA-40036 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 20 (11 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: Crispina Calsada, MBA, CPA Vice President of Finance, Ambrx, Inc. Section: 098937-5003 Course No. BUSA-40036 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 19 (11 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/js)

Elementary Accounting II

Explore accounting theory and practice, including budgeting, cost-volume-profit analysis and incremental decision analysis. Cost accounting topics include product, process and activity-based costing. Note recommended prerequisite: Elementary Accounting I. Hybrid Note: 2 sessions online. ONLINE Instructor: Robert Osborne, MBA, M.S. Business Consultant Section: 098744-5003 Course No. BUSA-40037 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js) HYBRID Instructor: Michael J. Howard, MBA Business Consultant Section: 098745-5003 Course No. BUSA-40037 Time/Date: W 6:15-9:30 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 19 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/js) ONLINE Instructor: Robert Osborne, MBA, M.S. Business Consultant Section: 098938-5003 Course No. BUSA-40037 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (clz/js)

Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice I

Learn how to prepare the principal financial statements, including the recording, valuation, and presentation: of cash, temporary investments, receivables, inventories, plants and equipment, intangibles, and current obligations. Note recommended prerequisites: Elementary Accounting I and II. Hybrid Note: 1 to 5 sessions online, varies by section HYBRID Instructor: Audrey B. Voyles, MBA Consultant Section: 098740-5003 Course No. BUSA-40094 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 19 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/js) HYBRID Instructor: Pablo Quintana, MBA, M.S. Accounting and Finance Consultant Section: 098741-5003 Course No. BUSA-40094 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 20 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js)

Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice II

This course covers recording, valuation, and presentation of investments, leases, pensions, corporate income taxes, paid-in capital and retained earnings. Statement of cash flows and statement analysis are also discussed. Note recommended prerequisite: Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice I. Hybrid Note: 5 sessions online. HYBRID Instructor: Audrey B. Voyles, MBA Consultant Section: 098742-5003 Course No. BUSA-40035 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: Mark R. Huxhold, CPA Huxhold & Associates Section: 098939-5003 Course No. BUSA-40035 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (10 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/js)

Cost Accounting

Examine current trends in effective cost management and information gathering. Explore traditional costing theories and procedures (developing standards, computing variances, determining process costs). Survey innovations in cost accounting such as just-in-time (JIT) inventory systems, and look at new process efficiency measures through contemporary success stories. This course combines textbook theory with practical tools for collecting and analyzing key accounting data. Note recommended prerequisite: Elementary Accounting II, equivalent experience, or consent of instructor. IN-CLASS Instructor: Suzan C. Dennis, M.A., CPA Managing Partner, Dennis & Dennis, LLP Section: 098739-5003 Course No. BUSA-40049 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: Daniel Goldzband, CMA, MBA Cost Analyst, General Dynamics Global Imaging Technologies Section: 098940-5003 Course No. BUSA-40049 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 19 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego. Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/js)

Business

ONLINE Instructor: Birgit Heinisch Arya, M.A., CPA Section: 098675-5003 Course No. BUSA-40036 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js)

Real Estate Tax and Accounting

Gain an overview of tax and accounting methodology requirements, and strategies in relation to the development and management of rental real estate and other real estate transactions. Topics covered include: accounting reports; tax depreciation; Schedule E preparation; real estate loss rules; and Like-Kind Exchange Tax strategies. Course material is especially applicable to property managers, landlords, real estate investors, and accounting professionals. ONLINE Instructor: Akore Berliner, CPA Independent CPA specializing in business, real estate, and individual taxation Section: 098906-5003 Course No. BUSA-40822 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2.5 units in Business Administration Fee: $365 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (clz/js)

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Federal Individual Income Taxation

Receive an introduction and overview of federal individual income tax law and procedures. Topics include taxable entities and tax calculations, filing status and exemptions, gross income inclusions and exclusions, business and personal deductions and losses, depreciation and tax credits, and property transactions. A brief review of California tax coverage is also included, with an emphasis on tax law and tax planning, rather than on tax preparation.

Business

ONLINE Instructor: Akore Berliner, CPA Independent CPA specializing in business, real estate, and individual taxation Section: 098847-5003 Course No. BUSA-40047 Time/Date: Jan. 15-Mar. 19 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 23 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: Alisa Marie Carini, CPA Tax professional Section: 098848-5003 Course No. BUSA-40047 Time/Date: W 5:45-9:15 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: Fernando Carrillo, MA, CPA Director, ACI Section: 098941-5003 Course No. BUSA-40047 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego. Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/js)

Taxation of the Business Entity

Explore a comparative overview of the various business entities: the formation, capital structure and tax treatment of the sole proprietor, general and limited partnerships, LLPs, LLCs and S and C Corporations; and converting the existing entity into another type of entity. The course progresses into tax and strategic planning throughout the life cycle of the business. Note recommended prerequisite: Elementary Accounting I and II.

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ONLINE Instructor: Akore Berliner, CPA Independent CPA specializing in business, real estate, and individual taxation Section: 098942-5003 Course No. BUSA-40529 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js) ONLINE Instructor: Akore Berliner, CPA Independent CPA specializing in business, real estate, and individual taxation Section: 098943-5003 Course No. BUSA-40529 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: TBD Section: 099584-5003 Course No. BUSA-40529 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 20 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js)

Taxation: Practice, Procedures and Ethics

ËœTax professionals will benefit from this

survey class covering the procedural aspects of representing clients in front of the IRS. The course will help you understand and prepare to handle practical issues regarding the duties, responsibilities and ethical obligations of all parties (the tax preparer, the client, and the employer) when dealing with the Internal Revenue Service, the IRS Chief Counsel’s Office, and/or the Department of Justice Tax Division. Topics covered will be relevant to those preparing federal tax returns. They will include: IRS examinations and appeals; deficiency assessments; penalties; and criminal tax prosecutions. Note prerequisite: Federal Individual Taxation (BUSA 40047) or equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Quinn Disparte, J.D., LL.M., Associate Attorney, RJS Law Section: 099636-5003 Course No. BUSA-40869 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 23-Mar. 20 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 31 (clz/js)

Advanced Accounting Theory and Practice

Explore the topics of accounting for wholly-owned created subsidiaries, cost versus the equity method of accounting for subsidiary operations, accounting for partnership formation, operations and liquidations, accounting for estates and trusts, and operations for nonprofit organizations. You will learn the requirements for financial statement interim reporting and accounting practices for troubled debt restructuring, bankruptcy reorganizations, and liquidations. Note recommended prerequisites: Elementary Accounting I and II and Intermediate Accounting Theory and Practice I and II. Hybrid Note: 6 sessions online. HYBRID Instructor: Audrey B. Voyles, MBA Consultant Section: 098944-5003 Course No. BUSA-40034 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (5 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 23 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: John C. Anderson, Ph.D. Accounting Professor and Author Section: 098945-5003 Course No. BUSA-40034 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 103, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/js)

Auditing

Are you an entry-level auditor, accounting student or professional who needs to learn or review auditing objectives and techniques? This course will teach you about internal control processes and procedures based on Generally Accepted Auditing Standards; audit procedures and techniques; recent developments and trends in auditing; and the history and development of auditing practices through case studies, lectures and inclass discussions. Note recommended prerequisite: Elementary Accounting 1(Financial Accounting)or equivalent. Hybrid Note: 5 sessions online. HYBRID Instructor: Linda Holliday Walsh, M.S., CPA Corporate Controller, Millennium Laboratories Section: 098946-5003 Course No. BUSA-40048 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 19 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/js)

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˜Apply all the skills you have learned

throughout the Professional Certificate in Accounting by completing a comprehensive project tailored to a particular segment of the accounting industry. Work with an advisor who will coach the project throughout the quarter. Elements of the advanced level project include: assessing accounting issues, developing solutions through a professional accounting initiative, presenting and evaluating the impact of the recommendations. Note: Open only to students officially enrolled in the Accounting Certificate Program. Meetings arranged. All required certificate courses must be completed prior to enrollment. Interested students must complete an application two weeks prior to enrolling in the course. Contact Joyce Short (jmshort@ucsd.edu or 858-534-8189) for additional information to enroll. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 098948-5003 Course No. BUSA-40517 Time/Date: Jan. 30-Mar. 6 Location: See note. Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $450 No refunds after: Feb. 7 (clz/js)

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Management

Introduction to Business

Examine the foundation, principles, and practices upon which modern business enterprises are based. Become familiar with not only the functional elements of a for-profit company, but also the challenges presented by today’s competitive global marketplace. Topics include: the business life cycle; balancing short and long-term demands; forms of business ownership and organization structure; leadership and managing competing priorities; competing in global markets; the employment relationship (employment options, compensation packages, managing and rewarding performance); marketing, promoting, pricing and distributing products and services; financial and operational information systems. IN-CLASS Instructor: Patrick M. Guiant President and CEO, PuroClean Emergency Services Section: 099163-5003 Course No. BUSA-40342 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 5 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 127, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/fmo)

Business Decision Making

Managers are invariably critiqued on their effective use of the complex decision making process. Refine your leadership skills and focus on the strategic decision-making process as viewed from the top of an organization in a multidisciplinary setting. Through case studies, explore the consequences of disregarding the decision-making process or of its ineffective use. You will also participate extensively in small groups and have the opportunity to integrate all you’ve learned into an effective interactive decision-making model.

Free Climate Change Course! Extension is offering its first massive online open course (MOOC). This free online course will review climate change from a variety of perspectives at the intersection of the natural sciences, technology, and the social sciences and humanities.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Dan Rudick, MBA Executive Vice President, Golden Triangle Chamber of Commerce Section: 099164-5003 Course No. BUSA-40441 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/fmo)

Business Law for Managers

Get an overview of important legal and business ethical issues related to business dealings. Survey the legal rules, legal theories, and legal reasoning as applied to everyday issues and problems found in business activities. Topics in business law and government regulation will be discussed including: ethics, the court system, torts and crimes, contracts, sales, consumer protection, intellectual property, employment law, business entities, real and personal property, and landlord-tenant. Upon completing this course, you will have a basic understanding of the U.S. legal system and how business entities act within it. IN-CLASS Instructor: Joseph Samo, J.D. Attorney, Law Offices of Joseph Samo Section: 099169-5003 Course No. BUSA-40301 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 27-Mar. 10; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $330 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/fmo)

International Trade Operations

Explore the variety of regulations, procedures, financial tools, and documents that are necessary to successfully trade goods from one region of the globe to another. Topics will include market risk analysis, transaction process flow, tools such as credit insurance, internet-based bank documentation, and services and resources provided by national and international organizations. Frequent guest speakers will share their experience and advice in conducting business globally, with an emphasis on the challenges faced within emerging markets.

Business

Directed Studies in Accounting

IN-CLASS Instructor: Dan Rudick, MBA Executive Vice President, Golden Triangle Chamber of Commerce Section: 099165-5003 Course No. BUSA-40695 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 5 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 143, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/fmo)

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COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Practical Writing Skills and Strategies for Business Professionals

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Learn effective written communication techniques used by professionals in managerial or senior level roles. This course focuses on the impact of writing, not the rules of grammar or style. Assess your writing skills through individual and group projects. Gain handson experience developing new skills for various writing scenarios such as: preparing updates using PowerPoint, organizing data, writing proposals and reports, making introductions, coordinating projects via email, drafting and editing group documents, and preparing “dreaded” communication. Topics include document formatting, problem solving, and communication with an emphasis on saving valuable time and “making your point.” Note: This is an advanced business writing course. Mastery of the English language, grammar and punctuation is essential. ONLINE Instructor: Bruce Dunn, MPA Associate Dean, UC San Diego Extension Section: 099168-5003 Course No. BUSA-40820 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 15 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 25 (clz/fmo)

Business Communication Skills

Being able to communicate your ideas accurately and persuasively is essential in the business environment. Explore the communication skills necessary to be productive in today’s complex workplace. Discover how to analyze and address a range of audiences. Learn the basics of speech organization, body language, vocal variety and speaking without preparation. Improve your interactions, oneon-one and in meetings. Topics include recognizing and responding to nonverbal messages; personal vs. position power; negotiation; accommodating individual differences (age, culture, gender); giving and receiving constructive criticism; understanding group dynamics and team development; professional writing skills; and presentation skills. IN-CLASS Instructor: George Kaye, MBA Project Manager, Collabrus, Inc., and Former Senior Vice President, San Diego Market President of Union Bank. Section: 099166-5003 Course No. BUSA-40368 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 105, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/fmo)

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Do you want to improve your public speaking and presentation skills? In this course you will learn how to appropriately prepare for various presentation types in the business environment, including in-person as well as virtual. Learn how to speak, analyze, improve your delivery, and develop engaging and relevant visual aids for your audience. Explore delivery-related topics including posture, movement, gestures, expression, voice projection and variety. Practice developing compelling content and framing your presentation. Through practice, you will discover your strengths and get helpful feedback for making improvements, including tips for managing nervousness and distractions. Improve your public speaking skills for your next presentation. Note: Supplemented by online materials. Hybrid note:1 session online. HYBRID Instructor: Karen Munroe, M.A. Leadership Development Program Manager, Nielsen Section: 099249-5003 Course No. BUSA-40772 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 14-Feb. 18 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 105, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $330 No refunds after: Jan. 22 (clz/fmo)

Strategic Cross-Cultural Communication

Designed for progressive business professionals, and those with an interest in perfecting multicultural communication skills, this course explores the richness of various cultural practices and how they impact our contemporary global business environment. Students will learn about complex, multicultural business matters that exist today, as they study cultural sensitivity, potential communication barriers, and ethical/legal concerns through a combination of research, reading, multimedia activities, group discussions and interactive projects. IN-CLASS Instructor: Dana Fitch, MBA Adult Educator and Consultant Section: 099167-5003 Course No. BUSA-40727 Time/Date: Tu. 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 14-Feb. 18 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $330 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (clz/fmo)

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SEE ALSO

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Planning & Project Management for Facilities Managers

Are you responsible for developing and executing large projects for your facility? Gain a fundamental understanding of how to use project management concepts in the development, design, and operation of facility-related projects. Learn basic project management processes and procedures and how to apply those processes to the various elements of facility management. Explore project management best practices to improve organizational performance. Learn how and why project management fits into a program of continuous quality improvement in facility management. Discussions will cover the planning, coordination, implementation, close-out, and evaluation of facility-related projects. Note prerequisite: Principles of Facilities Management. IN-CLASS Instructor: David Timber, MPA, PMP, LEED AP Supervising Project Manager, Department of General Services, County of San Diego Section: 099258-5003 Course No. BUSA-40091 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 23 (clz/fmo)

Corporate Properties & Real Property Assets

Today’s facility managers play a significant role in the management of corporate and federal real estate and real property assets. Workspace design and facility location are critical factors in supporting the missions of dynamic corporations and controlling the premise’s expenses. On the federal side, there is an increased emphasis on managing more effectively and disposing of waste. Explore various dimensions of corporate and federal real property management, including development and management of real estate master plans and management of the assets. Discuss concepts in the context of strategic planning and gain an understanding of the basics of commercial real estate, planning and decision-making. Note prerequisite: Principles of Facilities Management. IN-CLASS Instructor: Craig McMahon, J.D. Partner, Kimball, Tirey & St. John Section: 099257-5003 Course No. BUSA-40496 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 22 (clz/fmo)

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Emergency preparedness and business continuity planning are key responsibilities of facility managers. Learn the basics of emergency preparedness and how to develop a plan so that your business can survive unplanned emergency or disaster events. Topics to be covered include: performing basic risk and vulnerability assessments, due diligence studies, responding to various types of events, managing the planning process, and preparing planning documents. Environmental, safety and human factors impact the productivity and morale of employees, so understanding these factors is imperative to success in this field. Students will learn the key factors affecting work quality and how to identify symptoms of poor environmental and safety conditions that can negatively impact human performance. Note prerequisite: Principles of Facilities Management. ONLINE Instructor: Frederick J. Krishon, BCE, Masters of Engineering, P.E., RCE Owner and Principal Engineer, F. J. Krishon Consulting Group, Inc. Section: 099267-5003 Course No. BUSA-40679 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/fmo)

FINANCE & INVESTMENT

Financial Accounting for NonAccountants

Gain an overview of how to use accounting and financial data for more effective and profitable decisions. Learn the information necessary to interpret and evaluate the financial effects of day-to-day management decisions. This course emphasizes the interpretation of accounting concepts that underlie basic financial statements without focusing on detailed mechanics. ONLINE Instructor: George A. Haloulakos, MBA CFA Charterholder, DBA Spartan Research Section: 098949-5003 Course No. BUSA-40009 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: John T. Odea, CPA Director of Finance, La Jolla Playhouse Section: 098950-5003 Course No. BUSA-40009 Time/Date: Tu. 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 103, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/js)

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Finance Management

Learn the key concepts, terms and tools associated with the financial world. Topics include: analysis; management of working capital and short-term financing; time value of money and valuation of corporate securities; capital budgeting and long-term financing; risk management, investment and capital markets. Note prerequisite: Financial Accounting for Non-Accountants or equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: James Sinclair, M.A., MBA Senior Executive Section: 098952-5003 Course No. BUSA-40439 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (11 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/js) IN-CLASS Instructor: Bijan Massrour, DBA Adult Educator Section: 098953-5003 Course No. BUSA-40439 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 20 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/js)

Financial Statement Analysis

Financial statement analysis has many applications, including the evaluation of department and senior management performance, accounting compliance, and the profitability of business activities. Accounting principles, economic theory and empirical research are integrated to provide a framework for analysis. Students will be introduced to the concepts of analyzing and evaluating accrualbased financial statements using various analytical methods including ratio analysis and market comparisons. ROI, equity, and credit analysis will also be covered. Many of the topics discussed in this class will be relevant to the CFA Level I Exam. Note prerequisites:

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Financial Accounting for Non-Accountants and Finance Management. Hybrid Note: 1 session online IN-CLASS Instructor: Michael J. Howard, MBA Business Consultant Section: 098954-5003 Course No. BUSA-40130 Time/Date: Tu 6:15-9:30 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/js)

Financing Strategy: Sources of Capital and Business Plans

Learn to identify and understand potential sources of capital for business ideas. Practice using a hands-on approach to the business plan preparation and presentation process. Key concepts include evaluation of financial risk and return, investor interests, relationships with lenders and investment bankers, ways to make the right impression, and writing business plans. Note: Requirement for Professional Certificate in Financial Management. Elective for Professional Certificate in Business Management. Recommended prerequisite: Finance Management. Hybrid Note: 1 session online HYBRID Instructor: Joseph M. Lesko, J.D. President, BlackCastle Strategies, P.C. Section: 098955-5003 Course No. BUSA-40026 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 22 (clz/js)

Business

Emergency Preparedness, Environmental and Human Factors in Facilities Management

Financial Decision Making

Use of financial accounting and managerial economics to evaluate complex corporate financial decisions in areas such as budgeting and forecasting, corporate lending, capital budgeting, and capital structure. Case methods are used extensively. Coursework involves the analysis of financial issues faced in the business environment and the development of recommendations to achieve desired solutions. Note prerequisites: Finance Management and Financial Statement Analysis. Hybrid Note: 2 sessions online. HYBRID Instructor: George A. Haloulakos, MBA CFA Charterholder, DBA Spartan Research Section: 098956-5003 Course No. BUSA-40435 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 13 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 104, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (clz/js)

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Business Valuation

This course will teach the generally accepted approaches, methods, and procedures for the valuation of business enterprises. Students will be introduced to the process of defining the scope and outlining the valuation project, as well as how to determine the proper standard of value, when aspects other than market value are used. The course will conclude with an appraisal project and report according to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Finance. Recommended prerequisite: Financial Accounting for NonAccountants or equivalent. Hybrid Note: 3 sessions online. HYBRID Instructor: George A. Haloulakos, MBA CFA Charterholder, DBA Spartan Research Section: 098959-5003 Course No. BUSA-40477 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 111, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 23 (clz/js)

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Financial Modeling

Financial modeling and forecasts of uncertain future outcomes or events form key inputs into most business decisions and affect all areas of finance and business practice. Students will be introduced to quantitative methods for producing their own financial models and will apply various theories to analyze financial data. Note prerequisites: Financial Accounting for Non-Accountants, Finance Management, Financial Statement Analysis, or equivalent. Students must have intermediate proficiency in the use of spreadsheets. Access to a laptop computer is highly recommended. Hybrid Note: 3 sessions online. HYBRID Instructor: George A. Haloulakos, MBA CFA Charterholder, DBA Spartan Research Section: 098960-5003 Course No. BUSA-40549 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 10; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 110, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (clz/js)

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Financial Markets and Investment Strategies

Understanding financial markets and investment strategies is an essential element in finance. This course reviews capital and money markets and the alternative financial instruments available to personal and institutional investors. Participants examine stocks, bonds, mutual funds, metals, annuities, real estate (including REITs), trust deeds, partnerships, money market funds, and insurance products. Sources of investment information are also presented and evaluated as students learn how to allocate assets to achieve longterm investment success. Note: Working knowledge and possession of a financial calculator or laptop with spreadsheet application is required. Hybrid Note: 4 sessions online HYBRID Instructor: Dan L. Parks, MBA, CFP(r) CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER(tm) and Financial Advisor Section: 098961-5003 Course No. BUSA-40014 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 127, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/js)

International Finance and Capital Markets

Advancements in the global marketplace have resulted in an increased flow of global capital. Learn the various strategies related to business finance when applied to international markets. Topics include: foreign exchange markets and international central banking; foreign stock and bond markets; international risk management, hedging, international sources of funds; and investment strategies and capital budgeting for foreign projects. IN-CLASS Instructor: Bijan Massrour, DBA Adult Educator Section: 098962-5003 Course No. BUSA-40162 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/js)

Directed Studies in Advanced Financial Analysis

ËœUsing the case-study method, students

will apply techniques in financial statement analysis, forecasting and decision making. An advisor will coach students through a comprehensive project tailored to a particular segment of the finance industry involving analytical techniques such as: ratio analysis; strategic planning; cost of capital; risk and return; and valuations principles. Course material is especially applicable to Financial Analysts, CFA Candidates, Investment Professionals and Financial Officers. Note: Students must have an advanced understanding of financial statements encompassing the material covered in the following course: Financial Statement Analysis (BUSA-40130). Class meetings are arranged. Contact Joyce Short (jmshort@ucsd.edu) for an application or additional information to enroll. IN-CLASS Instructor: George A. Haloulakos, MBA CFA Charterholder, DBA Spartan Research Section: 099583-5003 Course No. BUSA-40868 Time/Date: Jan. 21-Feb. 28 Location: See note. Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $450 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (clz/js) Pre-enrollment required.

Directed Studies in Finance

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throughout the Professional Certificate in Finance by completing a comprehensive project tailored to a particular segment of the finance industry. Work with an advisor who will coach the project throughout the quarter. Elements of the advanced level project include: assessing finance issues, developing solutions through a professional financial initiative, presenting to a panel of finance professionals, and evaluating the impact of the recommendations. Note: Open to students officially enrolled in the Finance Certificate Program. Meetings are arranged. All required certificate courses must be completed prior to enrollment. Interested students must complete an application two weeks prior to enrolling in the course. Contact Joyce Short (jmshort@ucsd.edu or 858-534-8189) for additional information to enroll. IN-CLASS Instructor: George A. Haloulakos, MBA CFA Charterholder, DBA Spartan Research Section: 098963-5003 Course No. BUSA-40544 Time/Date: Jan. 21-Feb. 28 Location: See note. Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $450 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (clz/js)

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Managing Human Resources: An Overview

Discover emerging trends and new regulations in personnel management practices. This comprehensive course covers: human resource planning, staffing, performance management, training and development, compensation and reward systems, benefit design and administration, employee and labor relations, health and safety, state and federal legislation, productivity and organizational effectiveness. You will benefit from this course whether you are active in the field, exploring a career transition, or managing a business. Note: This should be the first course taken by any student intending to complete the Human Resources certificate. IN-CLASS Instructor: Vicki L. Krantz, M.A., SPHR Assistant Dean of Academic Planning, UC San Diego Extension Section: 098986-5003 Course No. BUSA-40010 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 35 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $520 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/amc) IN-CLASS Instructor: Karen K. Horning, Ph.D., MBA, SPHR Consultant, NextLevel Human Resources Consulting Section: 098987-5003 Course No. BUSA-40010 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:15 p.m. & 1 Sa 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (10 mtgs.; incl. 1 Sa mtg. Feb.22) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego. Credit: 4 units in Business Administration This course is approved for 35 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $520 No refunds after: Jan. 12 (clz/amc)

Employee and Labor Relations

Review the practical application of state and federal employment law. Topics include atwill employment and wrongful discharge; discrimination, harassment, and retaliation; ADA; employee rights and intellectual property; wage and hour; benefits; occupational health, safety, and workers’ compensation; reductions-in-force; alternative dispute resolution; labor relations; and corrective action and terminations. Note prerequisite: Managing Human Resources: An Overview. IN-CLASS Instructor: Cynthia A. Freeland, J.D. Renee S Schor, J.D. Partners, Schor & Freeland, LLP Section: 098983-5003 Course No. BUSA-40017 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.)

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Strategic Staffing

An organization’s first opportunity to create an effective work force occurs during the staffing process. Explore various aspects of staffing including defining the employment function, developing a human resource business plan, determining staffing needs, strategically connecting staffing to the organization, and establishing job briefs. Learn to identify recruitment strategies and candidate sources, build recruitment budgets and measurement tools, and utilize electronic tools. Note prerequisite: Managing Human Resources: An Overview. Fee includes supplemental course materials. First class meeting is mandatory. IN-CLASS Instructor: Mary E. Alcock President, Alcock & McFadden Employment Consultants, Inc. Section: 098984-5003 Course No. BUSA-40471 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Feb. 11 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 18 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $350 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/amc)

Understanding Employee Compensation

Gain a thorough understanding of all phases of employee compensation including wages, salaries and incentives. Learn how to develop and maintain an effective salary administration program using job analysis, job descriptions, job evaluation, compensation surveys and pay structures through class exercises. Whether you are a personnel generalist responsible for compensation planning or a beginning compensation analyst, you will benefit from this course. Note prerequisite: Managing Human Resources: An Overview. IN-CLASS Instructor: Linda J. Ball, MBA, CCP, CBP, GRP Director, West Coast Operations, Nyhart Epler Jean Center, MBA CEO & Principal Consultant, Center Group, Ltd. Section: 098990-5003 Course No. BUSA-40525 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2.5 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 24 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $365 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (clz/amc)

Benefits and Pension Plans

A competitive package of health and welfare benefit and pension plans boosts the ability of organizations to attract and retain their valuable employees. Learn to evaluate, design, and administer programs that form an important part of employee compensation while meeting corporate cost objectives. This course will discuss the purposes, practices, regulatory requirements, current trends and strategies for employee medical benefits including health care, prescription drug, dental, vision, and behavioral care as well as life and disability insurance plans. Retirement plan options will also be addressed, including defined benefit, defined contribution, 401(k), and hybrid plans. Note prerequisite: Managing Human Resources: An Overview. IN-CLASS Instructor: Nancy D. Klein, CPA, CEBS Benefit Services Manager, Sempra Energy Barbara Johnson, QPA, QKA, MBA Supervisor, Retirement Benefits, General Atomics Section: 098989-5003 Course No. BUSA-40701 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 104, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 36 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/amc)

Performance Management Systems

Effective performance management is the key to leveraging employee talent and creativity. It is fundamental to an organization’s ability to select, train, reward, and motivate the right people in the right ways. This course focuses on performance management as a key human resource strategy, linking all the elements of organizational success into a single, aligned process. You will learn how to design and administer a system that fully engages employees in the success of the enterprise. Note prerequisite: Managing Human Resources: An Overview. First class meeting is mandatory.

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HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

IN-CLASS Instructor: Jeffrey Lindeman, M.S., SPHR Senior Director, Organizational Performance & Development, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Section: 098992-5003 Course No. BUSA-40526 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Jan. 25-Feb. 22 (4 mtgs.); no mtg. Feb. 15 Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 18 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $350 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (clz/amc)

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Workplace Ethics

Strong workplace ethics, or the lack thereof, have had far-reaching consequences for companies and corporate leaders. This class will explore regulations that specifically address ethics in the workplace, and it will differentiate between compliance and ethics. You will be challenged to think through the relationships and impacts of your decisions on your organization, as well as to consider the impact on shareholder value and other stakeholder effects from unethical behavior. IN-CLASS Instructor: David Sarkaria, J.D. Director, Executive Compensation & Benefits, Sempra Energy Section: 098988-5003 Course No. BUSA-40531 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 30-Mar. 6 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 151, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 18 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $330 No refunds after: Feb. 6 (clz/amc)

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Behavioral and CompetencyBased Interviewing

Are you sure you are hiring the right people? Learn how to identify and interview for the unique mix of skills, knowledge and abilities likely to produce superior job performance and long-term employee satisfaction. Note prerequisite: Managing Human Resources: An Overview. Fee includes course materials. All class meetings mandatory – no late enrollment. IN-CLASS Instructor: Mary E. Alcock President, Alcock & McFadden Employment Consultants, Inc. Amy Fager Senior Director, Human Resources, Pharmatek Laboratories Section: 098991-5003 Course No. BUSA-40473 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Feb. 25-Mar. 18 (4 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1.5 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 12 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $280 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (clz/amc)

Employment and Retention Techniques

In today’s labor market, retaining employees not only makes good financial sense but also good business sense. Explore current trends in retaining employees and learn how the integration of profiling positions, interviewing to competencies, performance management and rewards programs can be utilized to retain talent within your company. Additional topics will include the impact

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of culture on retention, current programs in rewards strategies and long-range succession planning for retention. Learn about what leading organizations have implemented to retain talent and identify best practices that can be used at your own company. The class is a combination of lectures and guest speakers. Note prerequisite: Managing Human Resources: An Overview. IN-CLASS Instructor: Alisa A. Guralnick, SPHR Senior Human Resources Consultant Section: 098985-5003 Course No. BUSA-40703 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Feb. 5-Mar. 12 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 18 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $330 No refunds after: Feb. 12 (clz/amc)

Organizational Dynamics

Learn the psychology behind why individuals behave the way they do and the sociological terms needed to describe and impact how group dynamics affect organizational performance. Through lectures, group discussion, exercises and case studies, you will learn how the understanding of different types of interactions permits management to influence and guide behavior so that goals are achieved more efficiently. Hybrid note: Weekly online coursework required. Five of the eleven class sessions will be held in an online format. HYBRID Instructor: Cheryl L. Avina, M.S., LMFT, CEAP, SAP Program Manager, City of San Diego’s Employee Assistance Program Section: 098994-5003 Course No. BUSA-40013 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 20 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration. This course is approved for 35 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/amc)

Directed Studies in Human Resources

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throughout the Professional Certificate in Human Resource Management by implementing a comprehensive initiative at a business or organization of your choosing. Select a project tailored to your industry of interest and gain practical experience in human resource management. Work with an advisor who will coach the project throughout the quarter. Elements of the project include: assessing client needs, developing solutions through a professional human resource initiative, presenting to the client, and evaluating

the impact of the recommendations. Note: Open to certificate students only. Meetings arranged. Contact Sheetal Shanbhag (svshanbhag@ucsd.edu) for course requirements and permission to enroll. IN-CLASS Instructor: Karen K. Horning, Ph.D., MBA, SPHR Consultant, NextLevel Human Resources Consulting Section: 098982-5003 Course No. BUSA-40837 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 21 Location: See note. Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $450 No refunds after: Jan. 6 (clz/amc)

HR for Emerging Companies

This course is designed to address the special problems, challenges and opportunities in the startup environment and to empower HR professionals to effectively leverage human resources and help employee populations embrace the roller-coaster ride with maximum productivity and high morale. Through lecture, class discussion, readings, and case analysis, HR professionals will learn how to align their HR programs with the unique objectives of the emerging enterprise, how to be strategic business partners with the CEO, and how to effectively tackle the special issues that arise in emerging companies. Note prerequisite: Managing Human Resources: An Overview and Employee and Labor Relations, or three yrs professional experience as an HR Generalist with understanding of employment law. Fee includes supplemental course materials. IN-CLASS Instructor: Karen K. Horning, Ph.D., MBA, SPHR Consultant, NextLevel Human Resources Consulting Section: 098993-5003 Course No. BUSA-40569 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Mar. 1-15 (3 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 1.5 units in Business Administration This course is approved for 15 hours of continuing education credit. Fee: $280 No refunds after: Feb. 28 (clz/amc)

INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

Information Security: Principles to Programs

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cal focus of information technology and a major concern of organizations. The challenge to maintain security across a wide range of devices, applications, networks, and across potentially millions of legitimate users has proven to be challenging for even the largest and most competent enterprises. Gain a basic understanding of IT security, including: the role and importance of IT security in corporations; basic concepts of IT security including the different types of defense

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Timothy Hamon Senior Forensic Examiner, FBI Section: 099379-5003 Course No. CSE-41126 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $675 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (hov/stc)

Emerging Technology Trends in IT and the Resulting Business Opportunities

You will take a look at demographic, commercial, and technology trends that will influence many of the information technology strategies of next-generation products and services. Attention will be given to the resultant implications regarding the changing role of the business manager, the technology professional, and other success-critical stakeholders. The course will address basic technology forecasting and technology adoption, and touch on best practices on how to maximize short-term IT investments while at the same time supporting enterprise strategic decisions that effectively positioning both the business and career for the long-term. IN-CLASS Instructor: Leon D. Rizio, M.S. Senior Consultant; Adjunt Professor, Cal Poly Pamona and University of San Francisco Section: 099378-5003 Course No. CSE-41037 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Feb. 5-Mar. 12 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 110, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 2 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $575 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (hov/stc)

MANAGE YOUR CAREER

Career resources are available through UC San Diego Extension’s Center for Life/Work Strategies. For more information visit extension.ucsd.edu/careers.

Career Clinic for Early Career Professionals

In order to determine an appropriate career path, individuals need to possess self-knowledge in relation to the world of work. Further, individuals need to be able to apply this self-knowledge to make mature, deliberate decisions regarding vocational choice. This interactive session, for those in the first seven years of a career, will provide tools and resources to help increase self-knowledge in relation to the world of work and apply this knowledge to make better career decisions.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Barbara Sedgwick-Billimoria Section: 098755-5003 Course No. INFO-70094 Time/Date: Th 4:00-5:30 p.m., Jan. 30 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 IN-CLASS Instructor: Barbara Sedgwick-Billimoria Section: 098756-5003 Course No. INFO-70094 Time/Date: Sa 2:30-4:00 p.m., Feb. 1 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

Career Clinic for Encore Generation

The term “retirement” has been removed from the vocabulary of some professionals. The idea of simply stopping to contribute at a specific age doesn’t fit the today’s world. This interactive session will help you focus on areas to consider when reinventing your career. Whether you want to work fulltime, part-time, start your own business or volunteer your talents, you will leave with an understanding of how to shape your next work/life chapter. IN-CLASS Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098761-5003 Course No. INFO-70097 Time/Date: W 4:00-5:30 p.m., Jan. 29 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 IN-CLASS Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098762-5003 Course No. INFO-70097 Time/Date: Sa 8:30-10:00 a.m., Feb. 1 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

Career Clinic for Mid-Career Professionals

Some professionals want to take charge of their careers and discover that they don’t know where or how to start. This interactive session will provide a tool to assess eight critical areas you need to manage in achieving a balanced mid-stage career. Key components of career management will be covered and you will learn which areas you need to put attention on to build a plan for success. IN-CLASS Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098757-5003 Course No. INFO-70095 Time/Date: M 4:00-5:30 p.m., Jan. 27 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

IN-CLASS Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098758-5003 Course No. INFO-70095 Time/Date: Sa 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Feb. 1 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

Career Clinic for Professionals in Transition

The stage in between jobs is one that most professionals will travel through - either by choice or not. This interactive session will provide you with a tool for you to assess eight critical areas to manage while in job search mode. You will learn what areas to spend time on, be reminded of the key areas to focus on and action item ideas. At the end of the session you will know what steps you need to take to sustain a productive search. IN-CLASS Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098759-5003 Course No. INFO-70096 Time/Date: Tu 4:00-5:30 p.m., Jan. 28 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 IN-CLASS Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098760-5003 Course No. INFO-70096 Time/Date: Sa 12:30-2:00 p.m., Feb. 1 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

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strategies; risk management and business continuity; the different roles of IT security standards and an overview of IT-related laws and regulations.

Resume Review: Personalized and On Demand

Meet individually with a professional career strategist who will review and “red line” your resume. Although most jobs are found through people versus online job boards you still need a professional resume. Learn formats, key words, accomplishment phrases that are proven to make your resume stand out. Once you register, our career strategist will reach out to you to schedule your 60-minute face to face meeting. You bring a hard copy of your resume to the meeting and you leave with customized feedback. Note: Students must arrive at their appointment with a hard copy of resume. ONLINE Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098924-5003 Course No. PROF-70015 Time/Date: Jan. 2-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $95 No refunds after: Jan. 2 (vlk/rjb)

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Story Telling for an Interview or Negotiation

Learn how to successfully tell your story in an interview setting. Whether in an interview, negotiation or attending a networking event, learn how to present yourself and your skill set more effectively. You might have the right skills for a new job or a new work project, but if you can’t effectively sell yourself and your skill set you won’t land the role. Participate in a 30-minute recorded mock interview followed by feedback and coaching with a professional career strategist. Once you register, our career strategist will reach out to you to schedule your 90-minute face to face meeting. You leave the meeting with verbal feedback and a DVD of the recorded mock interview. ONLINE Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098925-5003 Course No. PROF-70014 Time/Date: Jan. 2-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $140 No refunds after: Jan. 2 (vlk/rjb) Pre-enrollment required.

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One-on-One Coaching Sessions

Meeting with a career coach can help you define goals and develop a plan to achieve those goals. Whether you need advice on changing industries, getting back into the work world, looking for a new job, getting promoted, discovering what it is you want to do, a career coach can work with you to develop a customized action plan. An individual coaching session is also a great gift for recent college graduates who need guidance developing a strategy around networking, communication and negotiating as they begin their job search. This offering includes completing an online self-assessment then spending one 90-minute session with a professional career coach. You will receive individual coaching specific to your situation, pinpointing areas that need attention. Note: Once registered, you will be contacted by department with information on appointment scheduling. ONLINE Instructor: Camille Primm Principal, Primm & Partners Section: 098923-5003 Course No. PROF-70002 Time/Date: Jan. 2-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 2 (vlk/rjb)

MARKETING

Elements of Marketing

Receive hands-on, practical experience in integrated marketing communications. Explore the building blocks of effective marketing programs. Topics include research, audience measurement, product development, positioning, branding, advertising, pricing, distribution, social media, public relations and strategic marketing plan development. Incorporate these tools into your career and organization by learning best practices from current case stories while networking with classmates representing a variety of professional disciplines. Explore marketing career options. Gain experience in a variety of industry sectors & have the opportunity to develop the primary elements of a marketing plan for the company of your choice. Note: This should be the first course taken by students intending to complete the Marketing certificate. IN-CLASS Instructor: Parker Pike, MBA, M.A., APR Senior Business Consultant, Allison & Partners, and Board Member, San Diego Nonprofit Association Section: 099235-5003 Course No. BUSA-40011 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/fmo) ONLINE Instructor: Kelly C. Huang, MBA Management Consultant Section: 099236-5003 Course No. BUSA-40011 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (clz/fmo)

Getting to Know Your Customers: Practical Market Research

Market research is used to obtain reliable information about customers, industry trends, competition, and even emerging trends that could affect the future of your organization’s products or services. This course will give you an overview of the use and applications of market research. Traditional qualitative and quantitative research techniques and methodologies will be covered, along with online research techniques. To gain practical market research experience, you will participate in an actual market research project and work on several “real world” market research case studies. You will also learn how to use market research results to drive successful product and service design. Note prerequisite: Elements of Marketing.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Chris Stiehl, M.A., M.S. President, StiehlWorks Section: 099237-5003 Course No. BUSA-40442 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:15 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 150, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/fmo)

Marketing via Social Media

The marketing world is rapidly changing, and so are the methods being used to reach out to and interact with customers. While traditional print media are still dominant, new media channels such as Twitter and Facebook are grabbing the marketing world by storm. Examine interactive marketing opportunities beyond websites, including blogs, vlogs (video blogs), forums, e-mail campaigns, social networking, communities, podcasts, mobile computing, and even virtual reality. In addition, study the implications of this “social media” marketing on customer loyalty and engagement. These new media allow consumers a greater public voice and role, creating numerous opportunities and ramifications for marketers as groups share, sell, and swap goods and information via the digital world. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 099238-5003 Course No. BUSA-40700 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 13 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (clz/fmo)

Product Management, Branding and Positioning

Learn to create products and brands that customers love. Explore a hands-on approach to product development, applied customer research, competitive mapping, case study analysis, positioning, communications, and developing creative branding strategies. In addition, explore tried-and-true best practices through in-depth case studies of real brands and products. With an emphasis on practical tactics that help you shape a product and brand’s positioning strategy, you’ll develop the ability to create a full product and branding plan to integrate into your organization and stay ahead of the competition. Note prerequisite: Elements of Marketing.

One-on-one Coaching

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ONLINE Instructor: Stephen Fritzenkotter, MBA Marketing Consultant Section: 099240-5003 Course No. BUSA-40451 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 15 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 25 (clz/fmo)

Creative Advertising Strategies

Whether you have limited experience in advertising or wish to enhance your marketing and advertising skills, this course is for you. Learn useful techniques for developing and creating effective integrated marketing communications campaigns which include advertising, PR, sales promotion, personal selling, direct marketing, and the Internet. Topics include strategic communications planning, creative development, media placement, advertising research, and follow-up evaluation. Study real life examples. Note:prerequisite: Elements of Marketing. IN-CLASS Instructor: Michael Baehr, MBA Consultant Section: 099241-5003 Course No. BUSA-40446 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (clz/fmo)

Presentation Techniques for Marketers

Your key to success in today’s business environment is the ability to effectively present yourself and your ideas. In meetings and formal presentations, marketing professionals are required to speak persuasively and professionally. In order to be successful and advance in your career, public speaking skills are an essential competency. This course will cover the fundamentals of public speaking and give you opportunities to develop and deliver marketing and sales presentations. After the completion of the course you will have the tools and confidence to develop and deliver great presentations. IN-CLASS Instructor: Patrick Millsap, M.A. VP of Marketing Section: 099242-5003 Course No. BUSA-40443 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 5 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 103, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (clz/fmo)

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Online Marketing Strategies

More than ever, the cornerstone of every targeted marketing plan should be an online marketing strategy. Explore website design, search engine optimization, pay-per-click advertising, social network marketing, e-mail marketing, mobile marketing, and other digital marketing elements. You will leave the class with an actionable marketing plan covering best practices as well as creative online marketing ideas. Guest speakers include several regional experts on various aspects of online marketing. Learn how to attract more of your targeted customers to your website, as well as ensuring that those customers take the actions you desire once they arrive. ONLINE Instructor: Sashikala Whitman, MBA Product Manager & Market Research Manager Section: 099244-5003 Course No. BUSA-40453 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 15 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 25 (clz/fmo)

Successful Sales Skills

Learn the essentials of developing lasting customer relationships via powerful communication skills and effective sales presentations. The course will focus on consultative selling techniques, how to locate and approach prospective customers, and methods for generating new sales leads. Major emphasis will be given to methods of overcoming sales objections and techniques for closing sales. You will learn how to increase sales productivity via contact management software and time management, and you will practice real-life selling via interactive case studies. ONLINE Instructor: Patrick Millsap, M.A. Section: 099245-5003 Course No. BUSA-40027 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $330 No refunds after:

Using Pay-per-Click Marketing Profitably

Pay-per-Click (PPC) Marketing is one of the fastest ways to find customers who are ready to buy. And while Google, Yahoo, and MSN make it easy to get started, it is also very easy to spend large amounts of money without any results. This course teaches practical strategies for using PPC ads to increase sales or leads on your website and make your PPC campaigns profitable. Topics include keyword research and selection, writing and testing ads, bidding strategies and creating successful landing pages. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jeffrey R. Coleman Marketing Consultant, Perspective Internet Consulting Section: 099232-5003 Course No. BUSA-40781 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Feb. 6 (4 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 1.5 units in Business Administration Fee: $270 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/fmo)

Global Marketing

Explore the excitement and challenges of marketing your product outside of the U.S by analyzing cases featuring well-known companies and products. This course examines the global marketing environment’s legal, regulatory, political, cultural, and managerial issues; strategies for market entry and expansion; market research tools and obstacles; targeting and segmenting of markets; distribution channels and local selling; price setting; promotion through integrated communications and advertising; and negotiations. Everyone involved in the international marketing of a product or planning to enter the global marketplace will benefit from this course.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Jeffrey G. Flowers CEO, Creative Director, The Flowers Group Section: 099239-5003 Course No. BUSA-40451 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 150, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/fmo)

IN-CLASS Instructor: Patrick M. Guiant President and CEO, PuroClean Emergency Services Section: 099246-5003 Course No. BUSA-40691 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 4 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (clz/fmo)

Expand Your Marketing Expertise! Check out these popular marketing classes: • Pay-Per-Click Marketing • Customer Relationship Management • Presentation Techniques for Marketers • Successful Sales Skills View all offerings at extension.ucsd.edu/ marketing.

Spruce Up Your Skill Set Enhance your marketability by learning Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, or WordPress software. Online and Onsite. Visit extension.ucsd.edu/digitalarts.

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Public Relations Tools and Tactics

Small-business owners, corporations, and nonprofit organizations alike recognize the value of public relations. They are striving to establish and maintain mutually beneficial links with their customers, employees, investors and other stakeholders through effective public relations campaigns. In this course, students will explore public relations strategies, real-life situations, and case studies to illustrate the many dimensions of public relations. orporate ethics and social responsibility will also be discussed. ONLINE Instructor: Henry J. Devries, APR, MBA Assistant Dean, External Affairs, UC San Diego Extension Section: 099247-5003 Course No. BUSA-40437 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (clz/fmo)

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Directed Studies in Marketing

Apply all the skills you have learned throughout the Professional Certificate in Marketing by implementing a comprehensive marketing plan at a business or other organization. Choose a project tailored to your industry of interest and gain practical experience in marketing. Work with an advisor who will coach the project throughout the quarter. Elements of the project include: assessing client needs, developing solutions through a professional marketing plan, presenting to the client, and evaluating the impact of the recommendations. Note: Open to certificate students only. Meetings arranged. All required courses must be completed prior to enrollment. Contact Fiona O’Donnell (fodonnel@ucsd.edu or 858-534-8139) for permission to enroll. IN-CLASS Instructor: Brian Hawkins, MBA Director of Consumer Marketing, StyleSeek Section: 099233-5003 Course No. BUSA-40836 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 22 Location: See note. Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $450 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (clz/fmo)

Technical Communication Discover a new career in Technical Communication! Learn about the industry and our online certificate program at a free, online information session.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Conscious Project Management

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tions toward a more conscious approach to business, where successful organizations are adopting a Stakeholder Relationship Management (SRM) approach. This approach takes into account the needs of all stakeholders and seeks win/win solutions in business decisions so that all stakeholders are treated equally and benefit from the organization’s success. Organizations that take this approach tend to significantly outperform competitors. The project management profession is also moving in this direction, and this course will provide students with the knowledge, tools and techniques to effectively work in the new, more enlightened, environment. Students will learn the importance of communication, leadership and motivation in the pursuit of project success. Note prerequisite: PM Essentials or PM Bootcamp IN-CLASS Instructor: Joseph T. Drammissi, MSPM, PMP, PMI-ACP Principal, Paceline Consulting Group, LLC Section: 099590-5003 Course No. BUSA-40867 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 21-Mar. 18 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (clz/amc)

Project Management Essentials

Effective project management skills are important to professionals in any industry. Learn how to define, plan and execute a project whether your goal is simple or complex. Gain the tools and knowledge for delivering projects on time and on budget, while meeting performance specifications. Explore the basic components of project management and the project life cycle: determining the correct project through strategic portfolio analysis; creating a successful charter; assembling and managing a team; analyzing and controlling risk; monitoring project milestones; and closing out the project. Get the hands-on skills you need to help you successfully complete your next project management assignment. Note: This course is the prerequisite for all other Project Management courses.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Dragos Craciun, M.A., PMP Vice President of Retail Project Support, Union Bank Section: 098972-5003 Course No. BUSA-40064 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 13 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 23 (clz/amc) DAYTIME

Project Management Boot Camp

This intensive four-day project management essentials course will examine the basics of putting together a well-defined, planned, and executed project. Students will learn how to define, plan and execute a project whether the goal is simple or complex; gain the tools and knowledge for delivering projects on time and on budget, while meeting performance specifications; explore the basic components of project management and the project life cycle. This course will also help you determine the correct project though strategic portfolio analysis; create a successful charter; assemble and manage a team; analyze and control risk; monitor project milestones; and close out the project. Note: This course fulfills the prerequisite needed to take all other Project Management courses. IN-CLASS Instructor: Joseph T. Drammissi, MSPM, PMP, PMI-ACP Principal, Paceline Consulting Group, LLC Section: 098973-5003 Course No. BUSA-40714 Time/Date: W thru Sa 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Feb. 19-22 (4 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego. Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $775 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (clz/amc)

ONLINE Instructor: Alex Hosch, MBA, MPM Owner, The Office of Project Management and Coaching Section: 098970-5003 Course No. BUSA-40064 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (clz/amc)

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important to professionals in any industry. This particular course is geared to those students interested or working in the life sciences, engineering, and technology fields. Students will learn how to define, plan and execute a project whether the goal is simple or complex; gain the tools and knowledge for delivering projects on time and on budget, while meeting performance specifications; explore the basic components of project management and the project life cycle. This course will also help you determine the correct project through strategic portfolio analysis; create a successful charter; assemble and manage a team; analyze and control risk; monitor project milestones; and close out the project. Note: This course fulfills the prerequisite needed to take all other Project Management courses. ONLINE Instructor: Alex Hosch, MBA, MPM Owner, The Office of Project Management and Coaching Section: 098971-5003 Course No. BUSA-40862 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (clz/amc)

Project Planning and Scheduling

Gain the knowledge and techniques you need for initiating, planning, estimating, and scheduling your next project successfully. Explore basic project elements, tools and techniques to create a project scope, schedule and cost baseline. Develop a project charter, work breakdown, structure dictionary, network diagrams, critical paths and communication agreements. Discover how current applications of earned value management concepts can be used to control schedule and cost against the project’s original baseline values. Case studies will highlight plan and control techniques. Other topics include project software, team contracts and interpersonal skills. Note prerequisite: Project Management Essentials. IN-CLASS Instructor: Guy Garceau, M.S., CSM, PMP Program & Senior Project Manager Professional Section: 098974-5003 Course No. BUSA-40715 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 104, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 22 (clz/amc)

Work Team Concepts and Skills

Do you work in groups or teams in your workplace? Learn how to develop effective teams in the context of project management and how to implement communication and conversation strategies that help your team meet its project goals. Discover key factors that distinguish teams and shape team excellence, particularly communication and conversational dynamics. Study theories and models of individual and group conversational dynamics. Learn how to design powerful conversations to produce the results you want to achieve. Explore common teamrelated issues including: team charter and team contracts, trust, culture, and conflict resolution. You will also have the opportunity to practice diagnosing and dealing with a variety of group dynamics through a team project. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kobe Bogaert, MBA Principal, Strategic Momentum, Inc. Section: 098975-5003 Course No. BUSA-40109 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (clz/amc)

Controlling Project Costs and Risks

Project control is simplified by good planning from the start. Explore project selection, evaluation, initiation, and the planning that follows. Discuss project scope and its relationship to costs, as well as the cost estimating process. Learn how simple but effective tools like MS Excel and MS Project can help control project costs. You will also study risk management – including the

nature of risk factors; methods of assessing and estimating impact of risk; and ways of avoiding or mitigating risks. Other topics include monitoring and reporting, sustaining commitment, resource reallocation, balancing time versus quality, performance measurement, and change management. Note: prerequisite: Project Management Essentials ONLINE Instructor: Ray Frohnhoefer, MBA, PMP, CCP Senior Program Manager, EDmin Section: 098976-5003 Course No. BUSA-40358 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (clz/amc)

Project Procurement Management

Do you want to know more about how goods and services are acquired in the project management environment? Examine the procurement planning and management process in its entirety, from request-for-proposal planning to final contract close-out. Learn how to evaluate potential sources for external procurement. Explore strategies for contract selection; risk assessment; negotiation; and administration; as well as the challenges that can arise during the life cycle of a contract. Discover effective techniques for controlling quality and cost, while measuring the performance of major contractors. Other topics include legal issues; product liability and risk; tender documents; invitation to bid; bid response and evaluation. Note: prerequisite: Project Management Essentials.

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Project Management Essentials in Science and Technology

IN-CLASS Instructor: Elden Jones, MSPM, PMP, CMII Senior Clinical Project Manager, McKesson Provider Technologies Section: 098977-5003 Course No. BUSA-40348 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 13 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 111, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 23 (clz/amc)

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Interest-Based Negotiation

Stay Competitive, Increase Your Marketability Catch up with today’s everevolving business world. Learn how to apply savvy marketing techniques to draw in new clientele and drive customer loyalty.

Learn new strategies to more successfully negotiate. Explore what gives rise to a negotiation and how to discern the objectives of a negotiation. Discuss the conflict spectrum and various default styles people resort to in conflict. Assess your own personal negotiation style in class and compare your results with others. Gain an understanding of how interests, strategy and tactics all tie into relationships, and how you can determine whose interests need to be satisfied in the negotiation and to what extent. Discover practical tools in collaboration; bargaining; power and leverage; and influence strategies; and take home tips for negotiation in specific contexts like email or cross-cultural negotiations, as well as post-negotiation concerns. IN-CLASS Instructor: Byron L. Hanchett, J.D. Owner, Conflict Resolution, Inc. Section: 098979-5003 Course No. BUSA-40128 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 143, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (clz/amc)

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Project Management Simulation

Earned Value Project Management

Explore how to successfully monitor project and program performance through Earned Value Project Management (EVPM). EVPM gives customers and suppliers the ability to track technical aspects, cost, and schedule. It also integrates cost, schedule and technical aspects into programmatic report synopses. Gain the tools used to conduct analysis of contractor-supplied documentation. Discover how to track progress and get information on cost and schedule performance data – including a visual depiction of budget efficiencies for both time and dollars. Discuss industry – recognized standards for monitoring work performance and strategic planning. Learn how you can measure accomplished efforts against the plan for management to effectively make risk management decisions. Note prerequisite: Project Management Essentials. ONLINE Instructor: Alex Hosch, MBA, MPM Owner, The Office of Project Management and Coaching Section: 098981-5003 Course No. BUSA-40494 Time/Date: Jan. 21-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $540 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (clz/amc)

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COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION

Microsoft Project 2013

Whether you are a novice or an expert project manager, technology can help you effectively manage your next project. Explore the capabilities of Microsoft Project (MSP) 2013 as a tool to help you plan, schedule, control, analyze and track your project. Study the basics of project planning techniques such as developing the Work Breakdown Structure, estimating both cost and schedule, and assigning and level-loading resources. You will have the opportunity to practice the skills you are learning with a real-life case study. Discussion will also include a number of advanced MSP functions, including reports, working with multiple projects, and utilizing the tool with teams. Note prerequisite: PM Essentials, PM Essentials in Science and Tech, or PM Bootcamp. Students must use at least MSP version 2010. Previous versions are not compatible. IN-CLASS Instructor: Bryan D. Berthot, MBA Project Management Consultant, Berthot Consulting Section: 098980-5003 Course No. BUSA-40866 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $715 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (clz/amc)

Get hands-on project management experience via a multiple team project simulation. Practice project management methodology and techniques in developing solutions to project management challenges. Apply strategies to: project management prior to initiation; risk management; resource/vendor considerations; change management; portfolio management; outsourcing and contracts; team change responses; merger and acquisitions; and global and virtual team project management. Note: Completion of all other certificate coursework, including all five other required courses and nine elective units, is required prior to enrollment. Enrollment must be preapproved. Contact Angela Cook at a9cook@ucsd.edu for permission to enroll. Participation in all class sessions is mandatory. ONLINE Instructor: Susan Peterson, MBA, PMP Program and Project Management Consultant Section: 098978-5003 Course No. BUSA-40370 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 24 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $500 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (clz/amc)

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Purchasing II

The course will examine the core purchasing objectives: quality, quantity, time, place, source, service, and price. Topics include: methods of description/specification, measuring value, supplier certification, demand forecasting, inventory classifications and replenishment models, MRP, Just-In-Time, supplier evaluation and selection, competitive bidding, price and cost analysis and negotiation strategy. Note prerequisite: “Purchasing I” (BUSA-40038), equivalent experience, or consent of instructor. Requirement for Specialized Certificate in Purchasing. IN-CLASS Instructor: Theodore Walker, MBA Senior Manager Subcontracts, Business Unit, Northrop Grumman Corporation Section: 099251-5003 Course No. BUSA-40108 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Business Administration Fee: $415 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (clz/fmo)

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Lean Enterprise Information Session

Join us for a free Lean Enterprise miniseminar and program information session presented by Lean Enterprise’s lead instructor. Learn ‘How Local Companies are Using Lean to Transform Business’ and get an overview of the Lean Enterprise program including admissions, format, and project criteria. For more information about the Lean Enterprise information session or the Lean Enterprise program, please contact Angela Cook at a9cook@ucsd.edu or (858) 5348133. Note: Spring program starts March 20. Applications now being accepted. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jerald M. Wright, BSME, MBA, P.E. Senior Vice President of Lean and Enterprise Excellence, DJO Global, Inc. Section: 099050-5003 Course No. INFO-70033 Time/Date: F 9:00-10:00 a.m., Mar. 7 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Information Session

Join this free information session to learn about the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt program format, required project, and expectations for the course. Meet the instructor and program manager and ask questions. For details about the Lean Six Sigma information session or the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt program, please contact Angela Cook at a9cook@ ucsd.edu or (858) 534-8133. Note: Winter program starts January 17. Applications now being accepted. IN-CLASS Instructor: Richard M. Van Der Linden, M.A., LSSMBB Principal Consultant, ProgressivEdge Section: 099051-5003 Course No. INFO-70032 Time/Date: F 8:00-9:00 a.m., Mar. 7 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 DAYTIME

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

This intensive 12-week program is designed for working professionals who wish to become certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belts. The program will provide the established Lean Six Sigma body of knowledge, the experience to implement it through a project, and the credentials to be a Lean Six Sigma leader within the organization. All students must possess some statistical and project management skills. For more information about the program, please contact Angela Cook at a9cook@ucsd.edu or (858) 534-8133. Note: Admission is limited. Interested students must complete applications prior to enrolling in the program.

Six Sigma Green Belt

Green Belts play a key role in the success of an organization’s Six Sigma program. As a member or leader of high-performing Six Sigma project teams, Green Belts are responsible for effective problem analysis and implementation of high-impact solutions. This program prepares people for the role of Green Belts through hands-on training in tools and techniques in project selection and definition, stakeholder engagement, data gathering, statistical analysis, solution development and implementation of lasting change. The student will leave this online program with a practiced toolset and templates that can be immediately applied to virtually any business problem. Learn about the various Six Sigma belts and which one is right for you. onlinex.ucsd.edu/MISC/ SixSigma/lessons/lec01/index.htm ONLINE Instructor: Aaron J. Anzelc, M.S., MBB, CQE Owner, Six Sigma Solutions Consulting; and COO for PerfectForms, Inc. Section: 099052-5003 Course No. AMES-40150 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in AMES Fee: $1495 No refunds after: Jan. 12 (clz/amc)

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PURCHASING & SUPPLY MANAGEMENT

IN-CLASS Instructor: Richard M. Van Der Linden, M.A., LSSMBB Principal Consultant, ProgressivEdge Section: 098934-5003 Course No. MAE-40004 Time/Date: F 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Jan. 17-Apr. 4 (12 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 9 units in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering Fee: $5250 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (clz/amc)

Are you a Project Management Professional (PMP)? Earn PDU’s from UCSD Extension to maintain your credentials. Choose from a variety of elective courses in the project management certificate. See page 67. Winter 2014 I

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REAL ESTATE & URBAN PLANNING

Applications are no longer being accepted for the Real Estate certificate program. Students currently enrolled in the certificate program will have until Spring 2014 to enroll in additional courses to earn their certificate. Course elective options may be limited. Please contact the Program Manager at jmshort@ucsd.edu or (858) 534-8189 if you have questions about your course plan. To view your course history, log on to myextension.ucsd.edu.

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Real Estate Principles

Have you thought about becoming a licensed salesperson or broker? Or are you interested in investing in real estate? Get the understanding of the principles of real estate and business opportunity that you need to be successful. Learn the essentials of real estate principles including: economics, ownership, transferring real property, encumbrances, the law of agency, contracts, real estate finance, escrows, title insurance, real estate taxation, landlord and tenant law, appraising, and government control of land use. Explore the steps to obtain a California real estate license. Receive first-hand knowledge from experts including guest speakers in the field, and get the background you need to sell, invest, and/ or manage properties. Hybrid Note: 1-2 sessions online in addition to in-class meetings. HYBRID Instructor: Timothy J. Cassidy, J.D. President, CEO, Broker and General Contractor of Cassidy & Associates Real Estate, Inc.; Chair of the SD County Assessment Appeals Board Section: 099230-5003 Course No. RELE-40052 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 20 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 127, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 5 units in Real Estate Fee: $480 No refunds after: Jan. 27 (clz/js)

Real Estate Property Management

Skill Development for Career Advisors

HYBRID Instructor: Craig McMahon, J.D. Partner, Kimball, Tirey & St. John Section: 098964-5003 Course No. RELE-40006 Time/Date: Sa. 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 22 (10 mtgs.) no mtg. Feb. 15 Location: TBD Credit: 5 units in Real Estate Fee: $480 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (clz/js)

ONLINE Instructor: Staff Section: 099514-5003 Course No. BUSA-40806 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $895 No refunds after: Jan. 13

Property managers play an important role as liaisons between landlords and tenants. However, their jobs may include a much more diverse set of functions. Find out all about this incredible variety of responsibilities-from tenant law and contracts to repair and facilities management. Gain the practical tools and know-how to take on all types of management including apartment, condominium, office, industrial, retail and residential housing. Learn to prepare management documents, budgets, marketing, leasing, tenant administration, maintenance, and how to set up a management office. Also get expert tips on how to manage and maximize the potential of investment-oriented real estate. Hybrid Note: 1-2 sessions online in addition to in-class meetings.

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ADVISING

Courses in the Career Advising Specialized Certificate Program are designed for WIB/Workforce Partnership career advisors. Application required to enroll. For more information visit extension.ucsd.edu/CareerAdvising.

Foundation Principles for Career Advisors

This first course will explore the basic skills required to perform effectively as a Career Advisor. Career Development is an interdisciplinary field which takes into account workplace dynamics and individual growth and change. Career advisors help focus clients’ skills, interest and values while teaching them how to gather information about workplace options and helping them develop strategies to reach their career goals. Note Preenrollment required. Enrollment by UCSD Application only. Submission and approval of application required prior to enrollment. Direct inquiries to Darlene Hammon at drhammon@ucsd.edu or 858/534-5191. ONLINE Instructor: Staff Section: 099513-5003 Course No. BUSA-40801 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Business Administration Fee: $895 No refunds after:

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This second course will provide information for knowledge of basic skills required to perform effectively as a Career Advisor. Career advisors help focus clients’ skills, interests and values, while teaching them how to gather information about workplace options and helping them develop strategies to reach their career goals. A Career Advisor has a responsibility not only to help clients learn and grow to be successful, but also to keep learning themselves. Career Development takes into account a wide range of information from many diverse areas. The Career Advisor with current information, skilled at their role and with a great attitude has the ability to impact and make a difference in the lives of many! Note Foundation Principles for Career Advisors is a prerequisite for this course. Note prerequisite: Foundation Principles for Career Advisors.

Need Career Guidance?

At our Center for Life/Work Strategies, we help align talents, priorities, and passions with professional pursuits. Career coaching is available to help you stay on track with your career goals. Learn more at extension.ucsd.edu/careers.

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It Starts with One Great Idea.

Certificate Programs Business SPECIALIZED • Biotechnology Project Management • Career Advising • Information Systems Management • Lean Enterprise • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt • Purchasing & Supply Management PROFESSIONAL • Accounting • Business Management • Facilities Management • Fundraising & Development • Human Resource Management • Marketing

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SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Biotechnology Project Management The biotech industry has a distinct set of requirements for the project manager. Managing various discovery, development, testing and manufacturing processes within a highly-regulated and creative environment poses unique project management challenges, not usually covered in foundation curriculum or traditional industry experience.Seattle and San Diego are two west coast centers of the biotechnology industry with the ability to address this professional challenge. The joint online Biotech Project Management Specialized Certificate Program through UC San Diego Extension and University of Washington Extension is intended for product managers, manufacturing managers, quality managers and scientific, clinical research or regulatory specialists engaged in biotech product design, development and control. The program is ideal for individuals who are trying to move into the biotech industry by learning project management processes for completing and delivering a biotech product within budget and on schedule.

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Conditions for Admission

Participants must have a BS or BA and a minimum of 2 years of project-related work experience. The Spring 2014 program will begin on March 31, 2014. Applications are currently being accepted. To apply, please visit the University of Washington’s Biotech Project Management certificate website.

Certificate Guidelines

Participants will take 2 online courses developed and offered by UW Extension and two biotech courses offered from UCSD Extension. When students complete all 4 courses, they will receive a UW-UCSD joint certificate.

Please Note

Tuition is paid on a course-by-course basis. Estimated tuition for the program is $4,000, excluding textbooks.

Required Courses - University of Washington • Project Management Standards & Processes (PTNR-UW901) • Biotechnology Project Capstone (PTNRUW902)

Required Courses - UC San Diego Extension • Applying Project Management Principles to Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Product Development (BUSA-40694) • Project Management within a Scientific/ Research Environment (BUSA-40693)

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Career Advising Career Development is an interdisciplinary field which takes into account workplace dynamics and individual growth and change. Career Advisors help focus clients’ skills, interests and values while teaching them how to gather information about workplace options and helping them develop strategies to reach their career goals. UC San Diego Extension’s Career Advising Specialized Certificate Program is designed for WIB/Workforce Partnership Career Advisors to bring them the latest information on current economic trends, coaching techniques, careerbuilding strategies, and interpersonal communications. Career Advisors work with individuals in all stages of work or life, including those transitioning fields, students looking for their first job, veterans re-entering the job market, or individuals facing retirement. The diversity of clients reflects the dynamic and evolving workforce in the U.S. This program provides an organized and comprehensive approach to information, theories and best practices in career development.

Conditions for Admission

Admittance by application only. For questions, please contact Darlene Hammon at drhammon@ucsd.edu or (858) 534-9151.

Certificate Guidelines

Career Advisors will participate in 3 courses approximately 100 hours of instruction and coursework over 3 quarters and will earn 12 academic credits from UC San Diego Extension. Courses have been created using Blackboard- a learning management system software application that enables educational course content to be delivered over the internet (online). Together, students and instructors will be creating a learning community where ideas and concepts are shared using various online learning approaches, including structured activities, varied readings, group discussions and lectures.

Required Courses (Must be taken in this order.)

• Foundation Principles for Career Advisors (BUSA-40801) • Skill Development for Career Advisors (BUSA-40806) • Specialty Areas for Career Advisors (BUSA40810)

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Information Systems Management Information Technology (IT) is a key factor in strategic enterprise planning and management in high tech and most other industries, from manufacturing to finance, from healthcare to not-for-profits. The pervasive presence of IT and Information Systems in all industries has transformed IT into a critical asset, aiding in the function and growth of an organization. Most industries have become highly dependent on their IT systems to service their employees’ functional needs, and also enforce business processes. For that reason, mid-level managers to junior executives need to be able to incorporate an IT strategy to enable the most diverse projects. It is becoming essential that non-IT professionals have the skills to manage IT at an enterprise level with a strategic mindset.The certificate is designed to help students become effective managers of information technology, with the ability to evaluate the benefits of emerging trends and apply them strategically in the business environment. The emphasis is to highlight the strategic value of IT in the business, the methodologies for effectively leveraging these values, and the advantages derived by those business professionals who understand these values and methodologies.

Required Courses (All five (5) courses are required.)

• Strategic Role of IT in Business (CSE41035) • Business Process Optimization (BPO) (CSE40819) • Enterprise Systems Evaluation and Management Issues (BUSA-40006) • Emerging Technology Trends in IT and the Resulting Business Opportunities (CSE41037) • Information Security: Principles to Programs (CSE-41126) Cert. ID: 99798-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Technology, (858) 534-9358 Email: stchristensen@ucsd.edu

Cert. ID: 99765-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-9151 Email: drhammon@ucsd.edu

Cert. ID: 99760-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Life Sciences, (858) 534-9353 Email: unexbio@ucsd.edu For information and to review the schedule of costs of attendance in a certificate program, visit extension.ucsd.edu/costofattendance. 58

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Lean Enterprise

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

*Accepting Spring 2014 Applications. Program Begins March 2014*

*Accepting Winter Applications. Program Begins January 17, 2014*

Lean can be defined as “performance without waste.” Many organizations waste 70-90% of available resources through improper management of materials, time, information, equipment and inventory. This 15-week, one-day per week program presents Lean Enterprise principles and practices. Class projects provide students with experience implementing all the necessary steps to achieve successful results in various business functions and operations. Classroom lecture is complemented by local plant tours, and case studies of World Class Manufacturing companies. Program projects allow the benefits of these techniques to be applied in the student’s own company. Through these experiences students will discover how the implementation of Lean Techniques can include dramatic improvements in cycle-time, products costs, inventory reduction and new product lead-time. The program is appropriate for any team or individual responsible for managing or participating in manufacturing activities. Appropriate participants would include managers, professionals and hands-on line staff in key functional areas such as operations, production and inventory control, development, manufacturing, quality assurance, and supplier management. The diverse participant industries provide for cross-industry learning and application of principles, as well as identification of World Class Manufacturing best practices. Industries represented include: Electronics, computers, telecommunications, medical devices, fabricated metal and machining, plastic, chemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage.

Lean Six Sigma is a set of tools, techniques and operating principles that represents the best of practices in quality and process improvement resulting in improved performance and reduced costs. This intensive 12-week program develops understanding and enables application of proven approaches to maximizing productivity through understanding process requirements, identifying constraints and creating flow. Students will be provided with the established Lean Six Sigma body of knowledge, the experience to implement it in the workplace through a group project and the credentials to be a Lean Six Sigma leader within their organization. Classroom instruction and student projects are organized to allow structured implementation of Lean Six Sigma, resulting in a projected ROI of $100K.

Conditions for Admission

Admittance by application only. For an application please contact the Business Department.

Please Note

No fee applies to submit an application. The application fee is included in the total cost of the program.

Information Session • Lean Enterprise Information Session (INFO70033)

Required Course • Lean Enterprise (AMES-40136) Cert. ID: -5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8133 Email: a9cook@ucsd.edu

Conditions for Admission

Participants must possess some statistical and project management experience.

Please Note

Admission is limited. All interested students must submit an application prior to enrolling. No fee applies to submit an application.

Information Session • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Information Session (INFO-70032)

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Purchasing and Supply Management Today’s Purchasing and Supply Management professionals, as a member of the management team, will be expected to guide their company through the evaluation and deployment of contemporary best practices to solve supply issues that go well beyond the simple buying transaction. This Specialized Certificate in Purchasing & Supply Management is intended to help individuals with responsibility for buying goods and services in research, healthcare, public service, retail, and manufacturing environments to keep abreast of contemporary solutions in this dynamic field. The program is beneficial for participants who currently have supply responsibility and wish to advance their career, as well as those individuals who want to explore this profession as a new career. Coursework stresses the practical information and techniques needed to solve real supply issues. Students will learn underlying theories, how to apply the latest research findings, then to develop solutions, just as they would in their workplaces, through vigorous discussion and consensus building. Students quickly learn the value of their own experiences and the power of consensus-based decisions through case studies.

Required Courses (One course offered per quarter in Fall, Winter and Spring)

Required Course

• Purchasing I (BUSA-40831) • Purchasing II (BUSA-40108) • Purchasing III (BUSA-40375)

• Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (MAE-40004)

Elective Courses (Please choose at least six

Cert. ID: 99806-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8133 Email: a9cook@ucsd.edu

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units from the following:)

• Financial Accounting for Non-Accountants (BUSA-40009) • Introduction to Sustainability (BUSA40729) • The Green Supply Chain (BUSA-40742) • International Trade Operations (BUSA40695) • Interest-Based Negotiation (BUSA-40128) • Business Law for Managers (BUSA-40301) • Customer Service Delivery Skills (BUSA40100) • Lean Enterprise (AMES-40136) Cert. ID: 99815-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8139 Email: fodonnel@ucsd.edu

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Accounting UC San Diego Extension’s Professional Certificate in Accounting provides a thorough grounding in accounting skills and an understanding of the environment in which today’s accountant works. Designed for individuals currently in the field who want to upgrade their skills and knowledge; or for those who are pursuing a new career in accounting. This program offers a solid foundation in the public accounting, corporate accounting, personal accounting/ financial planning, or auditing professions. For students who hold a bachelor’s degree, the specific educational requirements to sit for selected California professional credentialing exams can be met by completing the certificate and the recommended courses for the appropriate credential.

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For information regarding other credential requirements, contact the professional society directly: California State Board of Accountancy (CPA), www.dca.ca.gov/cba , (916) 263-3680; Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) www.imanet.org, (800) 638-4427; Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), www.theiia.org. Courses are taught by well-qualified practitioners who teach applications as well as underlying rationale. Courses are offered year-round during the evening, including some online courses, so students can gain additional knowledge and skills while continuing in their current employment.

State Board Requirements UCSD Extension courses in appropriate areas meet educational requirements to sit for the CPA examination and offer credit toward the continuing education requirement for relicensure. For further details, please contact the State Board of Accountancy, (916) 263-3680, or www.dca.ca.gov/cba.

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To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Cert. ID: 99685-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8189 E-mail: jmshort@ucsd.edu

Dana Basney, CPA, MSBA

CBIZ MHM, LLC and Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C.

Suzan Dennis, CPA

Dennis & Dennis, San Diego

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Business Management

Program Benefits • Learn fundamental business skills while focusing on your specific area of interest. • Gain valuable leadership skills to enhance your career. • Acquire cutting-edge information from industry experts who are experienced instructors. • Network with professionals, peers and business community leaders.

Please Note Additional program of interest: Full-Time Business Management Program / International Experience. For students who want to learn about the American business environment through fulltime study, check out the Business Management Full-Time International Program (two or three quarters). This cohort-based program is made up of professionals from around the globe who want to build skills in business and participate in internships. Included in the program fee are internship preparation (resumes, cover letters, interviewing) and an unpaid 120hour internship. Specialization areas available under the international version of the program are: Finance, Global Commerce, Human Resources, and Marketing. Note that some of the courses in the other specialization areas listed on this page may be available as electives in the international program. (Courses subject to change.)

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

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FINANCE (11 units; Take in this order) Finance Management Financial Statement Analysis Financial Decision Making

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In our increasingly complex global economy, astute professionals must keep current in best business and management practices. This Professional Certificate in Business Management provides practical, up-to-date information that savvy professionals use to keep a competitive edge.Whether you are seeking to launch a new business, expand internationally, optimize current resources, or learn cuttingedge techniques to benefit your organization, this program provides you with eight different areas of specialization to realize your goals. The program is especially suited for specialists seeking broader understanding of best business practices; supervisors or general professionals requiring more formal study in management; and experienced mid-level managers needing to update their skills to meet new management challenges.

GLOBAL COMMERCE (11 units) Global Marketing International Finance and Capital Markets Strategic Cross-Cultural Communication International Trade Operations

HUMAN RESOURCES (11 units)

MARKETING (10 units) Getting to Know Your Customers: Practical Market Research Product Management, Branding and Positioning Public Relations Tools and Tactics

L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City n=Location TBA

*“Elements of Marketing in Science and Technology” may be substituted.

Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8148 E-mail: svshanbhag@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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Facilities Management UC San Diego Extension’s Professional Certificate in Facilities Management offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to equip you with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to make effective and sustainable facilities management decisions that reduce costs while enhancing your organization’s facility and services. Learn strategies and techniques in all nine areas of competency recognized by the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA), from management and finance to communications and technology. Explore hot topics and current issues in the industry, including sustainability, productivity and environmental economics. Gain insights and tips from experts in the field that you can immediately apply at work.

Business

UC San Diego Extension’s electives in sustainability help facility managers identify ways to use resources more efficiently and create healthy work spaces that increase productivity. You will learn practical energy management solutions, current approaches to recycling and waste management, and life cycle costing strategies that improve sustainability. HD Supply Facilities Management Scholarship Available HD Supply Facilities Maintenance has generously provided a $2,000 scholarship for a promising student of the Facilities Management Certificate program. HD Supply supports cutting-edge education in the facilities field as a part of their social responsibility efforts. Learn more and apply Application deadline for the Winter quarter is Tuesday, December 10, 2013.

Guidelines The Facilities Management program includes 11 required units and your choice of 15 elective units. Principles of Facilities Management (BUSA-40063) is strongly recommended as a perquisite to other facilities and sustainability courses. The program can be completed in two years, taking one course per quarter. For more information please visit: extension. ucsd.edu/facilities

Industry Requirements The Professional Certificate in Facilities Management includes courses that address all nine competency areas recognized by the IFMA. • Planning & Project Management • Real Estate • Leadership & Management • Finance • Operations & Maintenance • Quality Assessment & Innovation

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SUSTAINABILITY ELECTIVES Introduction to Sustainability Environmental Economics: Evaluating the Impact of Sustainable Practices Resource Management Clean Energy - Clean Tech

BUSINESS ELECTIVES Business Communication Skills Business Law for Managers Managing for Maximum Performance Financial Accounting for Non-Accountants Interest-Based Negotiation

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• Human & Environmental Factors • Communication • Technology

Advisors Jolie Cartier, CFM

Executive Director, Facilities Management California Western School of Law

James A. Forcier

Director, Facilities Management, Planning & Design UC San Diego Extension

Bob Gilleskie, PE

Consultant LightPoint Consulting Services

Roz Guthrie, CFM

Director, Corporate Facilities Jack-in-the-Box, Inc.

Frederick J. Krishon, PE, RCE

Senior Consultant Facility Engineering Associates, P.C.

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99700-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8139 E-mail: fodonnel@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Paul Linden

Blasker Professor and Chair Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UCSD

Bob Wiley, Senior

Associate Director, Facilities Biogen IDEC

David L. Wilken, PE, CFM Principal Wilken and Associates

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Finance

The Professional Certificate in Finance is designed to augment an individual’s current professional knowledge with a stronger foundation in business finance. The curriculum is patterned after the educational requirements for these highly regarded professional credentials: the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) as administered by the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), and the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) as administered by CFA Institute as well as after the acclaimed Body of Knowledge developed by the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI). (For information on credentials, testing sites and dates, and test preparation materials or services, contact either the IMA, the CFA Institute at (800) 247-8132, or the NIRI at (703) 506-3570.) UCSD Extension’s courses in finance are taught by qualified practitioners who teach applications as well as underlying rationale. They are offered in the evening so participants can gain additional knowledge and skills while continuing their full-time employment. The required courses must be taken in the sequence listed. This program will benefit entry and midlevel accounting professionals, practicing CPAs, securities brokers, professionals in personal finance, general business managers, and technical or scientific personnel who wish to broaden and solidify their knowledge of finance.

Program Benefits • Career-oriented education to complement a college degree • A pre-planned and approved sequence of courses to guide individual study • Meaningful documentation of continuing education efforts to facilitate promotions or career changes • Networking opportunities with other professionals

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Advisors

To Enroll in Courses

Dan Goldzband, MBA

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Consultant

Alex Kane, Ph.D.

Professor of Finance Graduate School of IRPS

Bruce Lehman, Ph.D.

Professor of Finance Graduate School of IRPS, UCSD

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Regardless of the economic or social climate, management of financial affairs remains the foremost priority in any business. Consequently, an understanding of the principles for building and sustaining the financial health of a firm will strengthen the value of any professional involved in business.

Michael G. Willoughby, Ph.D., CFA Professor of Economics UCSD

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99701-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8189 E-mail: jmshort@ucsd.edu

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Fundraising and Development UCSD Extension’s Professional Certificate in Fundraising & Development is designed to expose you to a wide range of fundraising methods-from planned giving and capital campaigns to grant writing and corporate giving. Explore marketing and business management tools, and learn about the latest web and media technology available. Discover best practices in how to efficiently apply varied fundraising methods, marketing tools and technology. Experts help you to discern which methods best fit your needs, how to focus your resources, and then practically apply the appropriate tools. Network with accomplished San Diego fundraising executives and build relationships that will positively impact your career and organization. Gain exposure to model programs and professionals through frequent guest speakers. With the ability to tailor your learning by selecting from a broad range of electives, you can ensure you master skills to meet the specific needs of your organization.

Guidelines

Business

Students should enroll in classes at least 2 weeks prior to course start date. Overview of Fundraising & Development Processes (BUSA-40341) is a required prerequisite for other core fundraising courses. The program can be completed in approximately two years. After completion of all prior coursework, students enroll in Directed Studies in Fundraising & Development. The Directed Studies consists of a guided capstone project that gives the student a chance to apply the knowledge and practical skills they have learned throughout the certificate.

Industry Requirements Completion of the UCSD Extension Professional Certificate in Fundraising and Development fulfills the educational requirements for obtaining the Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) designation and re-certification. For more information on CFRE, contact them directly via their website at www.cfre.org. This program is endorsed by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN).

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Advisors

Christina Wilson

Mariel Berry

Executive Director Rancho Santa Fe Foundation

Merle Brodie, MPH, CFRE

To Register in the Certificate Program

Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, San Diego Gift Planning Officer Girl Scouts San Diego

Charles E. Day, CFRE, FAHP

President and CEO Ronald McDonald House of San Diego

Paul Downey

President and CEO Senior Community Centers

Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99705-5003

David Gillig, FAHP

Senior Vice President and Executive Director Rady Children’s Hospital Foundation

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8139 E-mail: fodonnel@ucsd.edu

Linda Katz

To Enroll in Courses

Community Volunteer

Mary L. Walshok, Ph.D.

Member, Board of Directors Girard Foundation

V. Oliver Welty, CFRE

President, AFP San Diego Chapter, 2012 Senior Vice President, Netzel Grigsby Associates Inc.

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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Human Resource Management

The Professional Certificate in Human Resource Management has helped hundreds of individuals expand their knowledge of HR management to enter or progress in the field. Students can specialize their HR skills by completing a concentration track, or select a variety of electives to become an HR generalist. Courses are continually updated and tailored to provide students with the background and techniques to become responsible and effective professionals. Taught by qualified practitioners, courses feature practical applications, underlying rationale, and current issues, which can be utilized immediately in the work environment. Managing Human Resources: An Overview is a mandatory prerequisite for several courses in the program. Many students take more than one course per quarter, and complete the program sooner than the usual 30 months. For a complete listing of HR events and seminars, visit the HR Exchange website at extension.ucsd.edu/HRexchange.

Advisors Mary Alcock

President Alock & McFadden

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Human resource management is a dynamic field. Professionals are rapidly moving beyond the stereotypical regulation enforcement and paperwork completion into proactive roles as human resource planners and organizational consultants, earning recognition at the highest levels of the organization.

OTHER ELECTIVES

Corporate Vice President, Human Resources Science Applications International Corp.

Directed Studies in Human Resources HR for Emerging Companies HR LearnAbout Tour Immigration Law Project Management Essentials Project Management Boot Camp Work Team Concepts and Skills Interest-Based Negotiation

Tamar Elkeles, Ph.D.

OTHER COURSES OF INTEREST (not required)

Lin Ball, CCP

Vice President The Epler Company

Samuel J. Bresler, SPHR, CCP

Vice President, Learning and Development Qualcomm Incorporated

Judith Enns, Ph.D. Managing Director HR Solutions

Jack Farnan

Vice President, Human Resources Mitchell International

Phyllis Huckabee

Vice President, Human Resources Quidel Corporation

Vicki Krantz

Director, Business & Professional Programs UCSD Extension

Bernard Kulchin

Vice President, Human Resources General Dynamics/Space Systems

Clรกudia Schwartz, SPHR Principal HR Results

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Naomi Whitacre

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

General Manager Lee Hecht Harrison Human Resources Consultant

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99712-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8148 E-mail: svshanbhag@ucsd.edu

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Marketing The Professional Certificate in Marketing is designed to help participants develop a broad understanding of the modern marketing functions that are most important in today’s new economy. Learn how to apply savvy marketing techniques to draw in new clientele and drive customer loyalty. Acquire the core knowledge and skills needed to design innovative marketing plans, implement successful marketing tactics, and advance your career.

Program Benefits • Required courses covering marketing fundamentals • Elective units that let you focus on topics that apply specifically to your goals • Hands-on experience allowing you to immediately apply your new skills • Flexible evening program • Networking opportunities with other professionals

Guidelines

Business

Elements of Marketing is a prerequisite for other required marketing courses. After completing all other required courses, student may enroll in Strategic Marketing Planning. Professional Organizations Connect with marketing professionals by attending local professional association events, including: • American Marketing Association San Diego Chapter (AMA) UC San Diego Extension students receive discounted student rate • San Diego Direct Marketing Association (SDDMA)UC San Diego Extension students receive discounted student rate • San Diego Ad Club

Advisors Margaret Mc Allister

Principal Red Kite Business Advisors

Kelly McMackin

Director of Business Development Cox Communications

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Parker Pike, MBA

President Catalyst Marketing, Inc.

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Charles Tassos

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Vice President, Marketing & Communications The San Diego Foundation President e-Factor Media

Clint White

Jimmy Parker

President, San Diego Direct Marketing Association Senior Marketing Manager, Mitchell International

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To Register in the Certificate Program

Sandra Piccillo, MBA

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Brand Leader Doner

Executive Director Gaslamp Quarter Association

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Michelle M. Mueller, MBA

Vice President, External Affairs San Diego Gas & Electric

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Project Management

Based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI), the curriculum includes an in-depth study of the elements essential to initiate, execute and complete a successful project, including the development of interpersonal skills critical to conducting work in a team environment. Examine how the principles of project management apply to specific industries, broaden your people skills to prevent or handle all types of conflicts or situations, and learn the nuances of management from a global perspective. Apply the tools and skills learned through a comprehensive hands-on simulation experience. Upon completion of the Professional Certificate in Project Management, twelve (12) units can be transferred into the University of Wisconsin, Platteville, M.S. in Project Management (degree offered fully online). View transfer course requirements (pdf)

Guidelines The Project Management Program consists of 6 required courses (17 units) and at least 9 elective units. Courses are available in both in-class and online formats and the entire certificate can be completed online. Project Management Essentials or Project Management Boot Camp is required to advance to other project management courses. The program can be completed in approximately two years, taking one course per quarter. For more information please visit extension. ucsd.edu/pm.

Industry Requirements Courses can be used to satisfy the Professional Development Unit (PDU) requirement needed by Project Management Professional (PMP) credential holders. For information on PMP certification, the PMBOK and PDU requirements, visit PMI at www.pmi-sd.org.

Advisors Gary De Spain

VP of Operations T-Systems International

Elden Jones

Senior Program Analyst Robbins-Gioia, Inc.

Irvin Kluth

Manager Dura Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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Wayne Muzzy

Register in the Certificate Program

Susan Peterson, MBA, PMP

Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

Project Manager Predicate Logic Program/Project Management Consultant

R. K. “Randy” Simpson

V.P. Engineering Cubic Defense Systems, Inc.

Cert. ID: 99728-5003

Craig Tyndall

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8133 E-mail: a9cook@ucsd.edu

Marty Wartenberg

To Enroll in Courses

President Project Management Associates Director of Corporate Education UC Irvine Extension

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Sustainable Business Practices Green is the gold standard in modern business, as industry leaders look for new and improved ways to implement sustainable strategies into their day-to-day operations. This creates a need for educated professionals to steer them in the direction of sustainable practices that make sense for their business models and goals. This certificate program provides an overview of environmental sustainability concepts and how to apply them in a business context. Learn the core principles behind environmental sustainability; explore the “business case” for sustainability; learn strategies for measuring sustainable practices. You will also complete a sustainability assessment of an organization and recommend strategies for improving their operations, policies and programs. SDG&E Scholarship Available

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Thanks to San Diego Gas & Electric®, scholarships are available for promising students in the Sustainable Business Practices Professional certificate program. SDG&E® supports programs that promote energy efficiency and environmental stewardship, and the company hosts additional UCSD Extension courses at their new Energy Innovation Center.Learn more and apply at extension.ucsd.edu/scholarships. Application deadline for the fall quarter is Tuesday, December 10, 2013.

Guidelines Introduction to Sustainability is a prerequisite for all other required courses in the program. The required courses are listed in the order that it is suggested they be taken. Please note that the elective courses listed do not have prerequisites and may be taken at any time.

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Director - Government Programs, Compliance & Corporate Respo Sempra Energy

Jacques Chirazi

Cleantech Program Manager City Planning & Community Investment Department

Andrea L. Cook, Ph.D

Program Manager - Climate Change California Center for Sustainable Energy

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Editor & Chief Environmental Business International, Inc.

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Director, Corporate Facilities Jack-in-the-Box, Inc.

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Sustainability Analyst UC San Diego

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Corporate Sustainability Sony Electronics, Inc.

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Associate Professor, Environmental Engineering UC San Diego

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8139 E-mail: fodonnel@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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Sr. Manager, Corporate Communications Ingram Micro

Debra Vernon

Mgr, Communications & Corporate Social Responsibility American Water

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Facilities Consultant

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Digital Arts Increase your earning potential and marketability with a professional certificate in Graphic & Web Design, Mobile Applications Development, or Video & Editing. Explore our individual classes to gain new software skills with our onsite or online courses in Digital Arts. Small Class Sizes Expert Instructors AutoCAD Proficiency Certificate Software-Focused Specialized Certificates Career-Focused Professional Certificates

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Kristian Secor, M.S., EdD (ABD) Kristian has taught web design topics ranging from server-side programming to user experience for ten years, and has taught over 200 courses in seventeen topics. He has produced websites for diverse markets such as school districts and sports franchises, and is in the dissertation phase of a doctoral degree in Educational Technology. He is teaching User Interface Design and iOS programming courses in Winter 2014. See page 77 for details. Learn more about the Digital Arts classes and programs at extension.ucsd.edu/digitalarts

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SPECIALIZED • Design Media • Web Media Proficiency • Auto CAD

Enroll by Dec. 9, Save $25 Get a discount for enrolling early in select courses See course listings for details.

Contact Us Digital Arts Center Professional Certificate Programs Phone: (858) 534-6705 Email: dac@ucsd.edu

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• Digital Media Content Creation

Animation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72

• Graphic & Web Design

Animation I: Introduction to Disney’s 12 Principles of Animation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Animation II: Animation Skill Building. . . . . . . . . . . . 72

• Mobile Applications Development

Computer-Aided Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72

• Video & Editing See page 74 for information session dates. Digital Arts Specialized Certificates and Individual Courses Offering certificates in Design Media, Digital Media Content Creation, Web Media, and AutoCAD, as well as a la carte courses in Adobe software (Photoshop, Illustrator, CS6, etc.), WordPress, mobile media, video production, and more.

I am so happy I joined this program! We’ve done documentaries, music videos, and commercials. We’ve participated in all aspects of preproduction, production and postproduction of various films. The instructors are very knowledgeable, experienced, and supportive. They encourage us to be creative and highly professional in everything we do! I highly recommend this program to anybody who wants to pursue their love for video or film making.

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AutoCAD I: Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 AutoCAD II: Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 AutoCAD III: Working Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Revit I: Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Revit II: Intermediate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 3DS Max I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

Core Design Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Digital Arts Center Professional Certificates Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Digital Media Content Creation Professional Certificate - Information Session. . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Digital Arts Specialized Certificates Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Graphics & Digital Design. . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Graphics for Digital Media Content Creation. . . . . . . 74 Introduction to Digital Media Content Creation. . . . . 74 Adobe Photoshop I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Digital Media: Introduction to Adobe Creative Suite . 75 Adobe Photoshop II (Intermediate) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Design Essentials A: Elements of Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Adobe InDesign . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Adobe Illustrator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

Video. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Adobe After Effects I: Introduction to Motion Graphics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Final Cut Pro X: Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 ProTools I: Introduction to Audio Production. . . . . . . 76 Video Production I: Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

Web Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Create a Business Website Using WordPress. . . . . . . 76 User Interface Design II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Web Design I: HTML5 & CSS for Designers. . . . . . . . 77 WordPress I: Introduction to Blogging. . . . . . . . . . . . 77 User Interface Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Adobe Dreamweaver I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Adobe Dreamweaver II (Intermediate). . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Web Media: Principles & Techniques of Web Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78

Specialized Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79

New Certificate Program! Professional Certificate in Digital Media Content Creation From mobile devices to our personal computers, there is a rapidly increasing demand for digital media content. The Professional Certificate in Digital Media Content Creation provides both newcomers and veterans in blogging, corporate communications, graphic design, journalism, marketing, and photojournalism with a comprehensive and flexible set of courses in the skills they need to become effective content creators.

Design Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Web Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79

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Proficiency Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 AutoCad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78

Digital Media Content Creation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Graphic Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Mobile Applications Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Video & Editing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83

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courses ANIMATION HANDS-ON

Animation I: Introduction to Disney’s 12 Principles of Animation

This is the first in a series of animation courses taught by longtime Disney and Warner Bros. animator Eric Van Hamersveld. Using the simplicity of basic 2D animation, students will become familiar with Disney’s “12 Principles of Animation.” As an introduction to the 12 Principles of Animation, students will create several short animation projects. Topics in this animation training course include Key Pose Animation, Squash and Stretch, Anticipation, Staging, and Arcs. Whether 2D, CG, or stop motion animation, these principles are the backbone for all character animation projects. Note prerequisites: Basic drawing skills and basic computer skills. Students must also have a scanner or WACOM tablet with a drawing program that can save JPEGs or PNGs. A full materials list can be found on the Extension website. ONLINE Instructor: Eric Van Hamersveld, BFA Worked for over 30 years in the entertainment industry as an animator with Warner Bros., Walt Disney, J. Ward Productions and Hanna-Barbera studios Section: 097562-5003 Course No. ART-40557 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Animation II: Animation Skill Building

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tion courses taught by longtime Disney and Warner Bros. animator Eric Van Hamersveld. Whether the student chooses to pursue 2D, CG, or stop motion animation, this class is designed to emphasize emotion, performance and timing, which are the heart of any character animation project. Students will create several short animation projects and one 15-second animation project. All successful projects will be acceptable for inclusion in demo reels. Note prerequisites: Basic drawing skills and basic computer skills. Students must also have a scanner or WACOM tablet with a drawing program that can save JPEGs or PNGs. Student must also have compositing software such as Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro.

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ONLINE Instructor: Eric Van Hamersveld, BFA Worked for over 30 years in the entertainment industry as an animator with Warner Bros., Walt Disney, J. Ward Productions and Hanna-Barbera studios. Section: 097563-5003 Course No. ART-40558 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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AutoCAD I: Introduction

Become familiar with AutoCAD 2014 commands and menu systems. Learn two-dimensional drawing commands, dimensioning, layering systems, and drafting techniques. By the end of this AutoCAD training course, students will have gained experience developing and assembling a construction document, including drafting symbols, fixtures and a floor plan. Note: students must be officially enrolled by and attend the first session. prerequisite: good command of the Windows environment. Same textbook will be used throughout all AutoCAD courses. IN-CLASS Instructor: Al Whitley, MBA, AIA Principal at www.WhitleyGroup.com, an architectural practice which provides specialized CAD and BIM support for commercial, and biotech projects. Section: 097564-5003 Course No. ARCH-40001 Time/Date: M&W 1:00-5:00 p.m., Jan. 6-22 (6 mtgs.) Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton St., San Diego Credit: 2.5 units in Architecture Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Al Whitley, MBA, AIA Principal at www.WhitleyGroup.com, an architectural practice which provides specialized CAD and BIM support for commercial, and biotech projects. Section: 097565-5003 Course No. ARCH-40001 Time/Date: M&W 5:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-22 (6 mtgs.) Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton St., San Diego Credit: 2.5 units in Architecture Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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AutoCAD II: Intermediate

Develop a more advanced understanding of the AutoCAD 2013 applications. Develop an abbreviated set of construction documents and learn important manipulation and management tools for assembling and integrating drawings within the project document set. Topics in this intermediate-level AutoCAD training course include advanced commands and drafting conventions. Note: students must be officially enrolled by and attend the first session. prerequisite: the preceding course (AutoCAD I) or work experience with instructor approval. Same textbook will be used throughout all AutoCAD courses. IN-CLASS Instructor: Al Whitley, MBA, AIA Principal at www.WhitleyGroup.com, an architectural practice which provides specialized CAD and BIM support for commercial, and biotech projects. Section: 097566-5003 Course No. ARCH-40004 Time/Date: M&W 5:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 27-Feb. 12 (6 mtgs.) Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton St., San Diego Credit: 2.5 units in Architecture Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 28 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

AutoCAD III: Working Drawings

Learn the process that professional offices go through to create and assemble the components of a set of working documents. In order to focus on the production aspects of assembling and detailing, participants are expected to have reasonably strong AutoCAD skills. In this advanced-level AutoCAD training course, technical aspects of AutoCAD will be addressed, including file referencing, paper/ model space and the relational aspects of drawing files. Note: students must be officially enrolled by and attend the first session. Prerequisite: the preceding courses (AutoCad I & II) or work experience with instructor approval. Same textbook will be used throughout all AutoCAD courses. IN-CLASS Instructor: Al Whitley, MBA, AIA Principal at www.WhitleyGroup.com, an architectural practice which provides specialized CAD and BIM support for commercial, and biotech projects. Section: 097567-5003 Course No. ARCH-40000 Time/Date: M&W 5:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 17-Mar. 5 (6 mtgs.) Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton St., San Diego Credit: 2.5 units in Architecture Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 18 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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Designed for architects, interior designers, engineers, and others involved in the construction industry seeking an overview of Building Information Modeling (BIM) using Revit Architecture 2013, this course examines how to design 3D models that simultaneously document the project in schedules and 2D architectural drawings. Topics include starting a project, modifying elements, and presenting models. By the conclusion of this Revit training course, students will have built a BIM project from scratch and present multiple views of the model on an architectural sheet. Note: students must be officially enrolled by and attend the first session. prerequisite: AutoCAD experience preferred and a good command of the Windows environment. Same textbook will be used throughout all Revit courses.

Revit II: Intermediate

Explore the more advanced methods of documenting a building project in Revit Architecture 2013. The classes will be taught from the architect’s perspective, but interior designers and engineers will also gain valuable insight as the course unfolds. Topics include scheduling building components, using the family editor to create 2D and 3D components, refining graphics, and construction documentation. By the conclusion of this intermediate-level Revit training course, students will be able to develop a BIM model independently and understand how to organize it as an integrated, interoperable construction document set. Note: students must be officially enrolled by and attend the first session. Prerequisite: the preceding course (Revit I) or work experience with instructor approval. Same textbook will be used throughout all Revit courses. IN-CLASS Instructor: Mike Wilson, B.ARCH A Job Captain at a mid-size architectural firm and teaches at CADTeacher. Section: 097569-5003 Course No. ARCH-40010 Time/Date: Tu&Th 6:00-10:00 p.m., Jan. 21-30 (4 mtgs.)

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Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton St., San Diego Credit: 1.5 units in Architecture Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 22 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

3DS Max I

Get a complete introduction to 3D modeling and rendering while learning to build and bring to life a 3D scene from plans. Learn to model or import interior details and furniture items to create a finished scene. Add lighting and textures, and learn how to render realistic images. In this 3dsMax training course, students will gain the ability to navigate the user interface, manipulate views, modify parameters and choose the most efficient modeling techniques. Dive into modeling using many of AutoDesk 3dsMax’s powerful parametric object creation tools. Note: students must be officially enrolled and attend the first meeting. prerequisite: fundamental working knowledge of Windows environment, some CAD or drafting experience is highly recommended. Same textbook will be used throughout all 3DS Max courses.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Mike Wilson, B.ARCH A Job Captain at a mid-size architectural firm and teaches at CADTeacher. Section: 09750-5003 Course No. ART-40324 Time/Date: Tu&Th 6:00-10:00 p.m., Jan. 21-Feb. 6 (6 mtgs.) Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton St., San Diego Credit: 2.5 units in Art Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 22 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Mike Wilson, B.ARCH A Job Captain at a mid-size architectural firm and teaches at CADTeacher. Section: 097568-5003 Course No. ARCH-40009 Time/Date: Tu&Th 6:00-10:00 p.m., Jan. 7-16 (4 mtgs.) Location: Whitley Consulting Group, 3904 Groton St., San Diego Credit: 1.5 units in Architecture Fee: $495 ($470 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 8 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Your Passport to a Creative Career

Kickstart a career change with one of our Professional Certificates in Graphic Design, Mobile Applications Development, and Video & Editing See page 74 for details.

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Digital Arts Center Professional Certificates - Information Session

Are you ready for a career change into Video Production & Editing, Graphic & Web Design, or Mobile Applications Development? Want to learn the tools of the trade and professional skills needed to enter these competitive industries? Join the Digital Arts Center in this online, on-demand information session and learn how our professional certificates can help you move forward with your career! Note: Students are required to formally apply and must be admitted to a Digital Arts Center program before taking courses. To learn more, visit dac.ucsd.edu, or email dac@ucsd.edu. We look forward to hearing from you! ONLINE Instructor: Tristan Loper, B.A. UC San Diego Extension Program Representative for Digital Arts, Creative Writing, Humanities, and Performing Arts courses and certificate programs. Section: 096882-5003 Course No. INFO-70030 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 No refunds after: Jan. 6 (da/ttl)

Digital Media Content Creation Professional Certificate Information Session

Digital Arts

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sion is for those interested in learning more about our new Professional Certificate in Digital Media Content Creation. In this information session, we will review our the Digital Media Content Creation certificate in detail, discuss digital media trends, and opportunities in graphic design, blogging, backpack journalism, and other forms of content creation for the web. Certificate requirements and skills needed to succeed will also be discussed. Learn what this certificate can do for you! For additional information, visit extension.ucsd.edu/digitalmedia, email unexdigital@ucsd.edu, or call 858-534-5760. Note: For information about our one year Professional Certificates in Graphic & Web Design, Mobile Applications Development, and Video & Editing, dac.ucsd.edu, email dac@ucsd.edu, or call 858-534-6705. ONLINE Instructor: Tristan Loper, B.A. is the UC San Diego Extension Program Representative for Digital Arts, Creative Writing, Humanities, and Performing Arts courses and certificate programs. Section: 099057-5003 Course No. INFO-70087 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 No refunds after: Jan. 6 (da/ttl)

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Explore the Digital Arts! This free, ondemand information session is for those interested in learning more about our Proficiency Certificate in AutoCAD and our Specialized Certificates in Design Media and Web Media. Get an inside look at our courses and also explore the Blackboard online Learning Management System! In this information session, we will review our individual on-site and online courses, certificate requirements, industry changes, skills needed to succeed, and more. Learn what the Digital Arts can do for you! For additional information, visit extension.ucsd.edu/digitalarts, email unexdigital@ucsd.edu, or call 858-534-5760. Note: For information about our one year Professional Certificates in Graphic & Web Design, Mobile Applications Development, and Video & Editing, visit dac.ucsd.edu, email dac@ucsd.edu, or call 858-534-6705. ONLINE Instructor: Tristan Loper, B.A. UC San Diego Extension Program Representative for Digital Arts, Creative Writing, Humanities, and Performing Arts courses and certificate programs. Section: 099054-5003 Course No. INFO-70002 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit 0 Fee: $0 No refunds after: Jan. 6 (da/ttl)

GRAPHICS & DIGITAL DESIGN

Graphics for Digital Media Content Creation

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pares students to advance into various fields of digital media content creation using the latest software applications and concepts. Learning terminology, file management, file formats, resolution and page layout as they relate to visual communication for the web. Typography, user interface design, and use of color will be discussed. Note prerequisites: in order to succeed in the Digital Media Content Creation program, students must have successfully completed the following: 1) Grammar Lab (WCWP-40234) or have equivalent knowledge of English grammar and usage and 2) Dreamweaver I (ART40325) or be able to build a basic, but fully functional and customized website. ONLINE Instructor: Kelly Maxson, MFA Instructor and professional graphic designer and operates an online portfolio group. Section: 099058-5003 Course No. ART-40611 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Introduction to Digital Media Content Creation

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history and trajectory of digital media, following both the technology and content advances that have enabled the transformation of traditional print, television, film and radio. Students will examine current professional and consumer trends in content creation, measurement, distribution, and media aesthetics. Note prerequisites: in order to succeed in the Digital Media Content Creation program, students must have successfully completed the following: 1) Grammar Lab (WCWP-40234) or have equivalent knowledge of English grammar and usage and 2) Dreamweaver I (ART40325) or be able to build a basic, but fully functional and customized website. ONLINE Instructor: Kelly Maxson, MFA Instructor and professional graphic designer and operates an online portfolio group. Section: 099059-5003 Course No. ART-40610 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Adobe Photoshop I

Learn illustration techniques and digital photo editing, color correction, and formatting in this introduction to Photoshop. Get training in graphic design techniques such as manipulating color and black-and-white images, working in layers, special effects, photo retouching, digital illustration, and compositing. Explore photo manipulation and digital painting through a series of creative projects and gain a working knowledge of color modes utilized for both print and web. Note: Online participants must have Adobe Photoshop CS4 or higher installed on their computers. Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access. ONLINE Instructor: Jonathan David Hunt, MFA Author and/or illustrator of eleven picture books for children, and whose illustrations have been used on book jackets and collectible card games. Section: 099064-5003 Course No. ART-40311 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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This course provides future graphic designers, artists, and illustrators with an overview of computer technology and its role in the production of graphic designs and visual communication collaterals. Students begin by learning file management and page layout and how they relate to visual communication. This course prepares students for advancement in various fields of digital technology, graphic design, digital arts, and digital design. A must for beginners, this is the first required course for the specialized certificate in Design Media. Note: Online participants must have Adobe Photoshop CS4 or higher installed on their computers. Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda. com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access. ONLINE Instructor: Larry Snay, M.S.IT Instructional Systems Designer who designs and develops interactive training products for a local San Diego Training Development Company. Section: 099055-5003 Course No. ART-40525 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Larry Snay, M.S.IT Instructional Systems Designer who designs and develops interactive training products for a local San Diego Training Development Company. Section: 099060-5003 Course No. ART-40525 Time/Date: F 2:00-5:30 p.m., Jan. 17-Mar. 7 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 23 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Adobe Photoshop II (Intermediate)

Advance your Photoshop skills. Using your own photographs, students will learn to effectively perform many of the image enhancements that could previously be accomplished only in the darkroom. Topics include advanced selections, masks, retouching, adjustment layers, portrait enhancements, perspective effects, and camera RAW. In this graphic design training course, efficiency techniques as well as color theory for print and screen will be explained, demonstrated and discussed. Note: Photoshop I or equivalent knowledge required. Online participants must have Adobe Photoshop CS4 or higher installed on their computers. Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda. com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access. ONLINE Instructor: Lorna Hernandez, BFA, M.A. Certified Forensic Artist, and a professor at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. Section: 099066-5003 Course No. ART-40526 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Design Essentials A: Elements of Design

A key course in learning graphic design and digital media, Design Essentials A introduces students to the elements and lexicon of basic two dimensional design, gestalt design theory, basic color uses in design and their inherent psychological impacts upon the viewer, use of type as object, use of type as psychological design element, and the combination of type and image for successful integration of design concepts. In this graphic design training course, gain an introduction to the essential design techniques required for the production of professional work. Note prerequisite: Students must successfully complete Illustrator (ART-40527) or have previous experience using Illustrator prior to enrolling in this course. Online participants must have Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop CS4 or higher installed on their computers.

ONLINE Instructor: William Scott Miller, MFA Associate Dean of the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Broward College and owner of Four Hands Press, a letterpress shop Section: 099067-5003 Course No. ART-40540 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art 3 Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Adobe InDesign

Learn to use this comprehensive page layout software in conjunction with Photoshop and Illustrator to create various kinds of publications and documents for print and onscreen viewing. This course includes easyto-follow exercises and several projects which will be reviewed and evaluated throughout the course. Students will use InDesign to learn about three primary disciplines: type, images, and color. Students also learn how to examine, troubleshoot, fix, and package digital files. Note prerequisite: MAC or PC basic computer knowledge is required. Online students must have Adobe Creative Suite Design Premium 4 or higher on their computers. Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access. IN-CLASS Instructor: Randall Cornish, B.A. Award-winning educator and graphic artist with more than 37 years in the field, an American Institute of Graphic Arts member, and an Adobe Certified expert. Section: 099068-5003 Course No. ART-40533 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 5 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Kelly Maxson, MFA Instructor and professional graphic designer and operates an online portfolio group. Section: 099069-5003 Course No. ART-40533 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Julie F. Willis, B.S. Professionally worked in the graphic design field for more than 20 years, with over 10 years in print advertising. Section: 099065-5003 Course No. ART-40311 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 30-Mar. 20 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 No refunds after: Feb. 5 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Learn the industry-standard professional vector drawing program Adobe Illustrator. In this graphic design training course, students will gain practical experience with Illustrator’s precision drawing and transformation tools for creating and editing Bézier curves, color, gradients, gradient mesh, patterns, transparency, type, layers, and more. Through a series of creative projects students will gain experience in using Illustrator to produce art for both print and web design. Note: Basic Mac or PC computer knowledge is required. Online participants must have Adobe Photoshop CS4 or higher installed on their computers. Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda. com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access. ONLINE Instructor: Lorna Hernandez, BFA, M.A. Certified Forensic Artist, and a professor at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. Section: 099070-5003 Course No. ART-40527 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art 3 Fee: $595 No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Julie F. Willis, B.S. Professionally worked in the graphic design field for more than 20 years, with over 10 years in print advertising. Section: 099071-5003 Course No. ART-40527 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 28-Mar. 18 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Art 3 Fee: $595 No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Adobe After Effects I: Introduction to Motion Graphics

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motion graphics and compositing software used by professionals in filmmaking and television post-production. In this motion graphics training course, students will learn the basics of animation, visual effects compositing and use of titling in theatrical and broadcast graphics. Finishing techniques including image adjustment, color correction, and output settings for variety of media will be covered. Note: Photoshop and Illustrator experience recommended. Online participants must have After Effects installed on their computers. Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access. 76

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ONLINE Instructor: Genadi Radiul, M.S. A master’s degree in music and in motion graphics and teaches motion graphics, compositing and audio production classes in San Diego. Section: 099074-5003 Course No. ART-40592 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Final Cut Pro X: Introduction

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˜Gain an understanding of Apple’s Final

Cut Pro X software. In this online course, students will learn how Final Cut Pro X works, understand the basic principles of shooting and editing digital video, and learn media management techniques, storytelling principles, and more. Audio editing, color correction, and some advanced techniques will be covered. Students enrolled in this course will use their new skills to complete one project using Final Cut Pro X. Note: Online participants must have Final Cut Pro X installed on their computers. Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda. com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access. ONLINE Instructor: Michael Jones, B.A. in Cinema (USC) 45 years of film and video production experience, and completed over 1000 corporate and broadcast programs and some 800 TV commercials. Section: 099589-5003 Course No. ART-40623 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

ProTools I: Introduction to Audio Production

Video Production I: Introduction

˜Students will learn video production

essentials including editing, micing and sound design, framing and composition, camera movement, lens choice, lighting instruments and their uses, and more. Upon completion of this video production training course, students will have gained a basic understanding of principles, techniques, and essential elements of video production. Note prerequisite: Students should have successfully completed Final Cut Pro X (ART-40623) or have equivalent experience. Online students should have Final Cut Pro X or Adobe Premiere installed on their computers. Students will be utilizing Videomaker.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Videomaker.com/plus. Students should have a digital SLR video camera that can shoot HD video at 30 frames/second. ONLINE Instructor: Michael Jones, B.A. in Cinema (USC) 45 years of film and video production experience, and completed over 1000 corporate and broadcast programs and some 800 TV commercials. Section: 099073-5003 Course No. ART-40583 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

˜An introduction to audio production

techniques. In this course, students will learn to record and digitize sound and apply it for audio enhancement of their productions. Students will also learn how to produce audio effects and transitions. After completing the course, students will be able to identify basic types of microphones, set up mics to record voice, examine sound/image relationships to select suitable audio, match audio effects with specific visual images, use audio to create mood in transitions, integrate and adjust levels in mix of voice, effects and music, and more. Note: Online students will need to have ProTools on their computers and will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access.

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Create a Business Website Using WordPress

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course, students will discover how to use the popular WordPress.org open source platform to design a website for small business purposes. This course will take the process from start to finish and include topics such as web hosting, email account setup, theme selection, blog integration, customization, contact forms, and maintenance will be discussed. Note: Students should be familiar with the fundamentals of CSS and HTML. Students must have private web hosting preferably with Cpanel software as the means for administration. WordPress setup and Winter 2014 I

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User Interface Design II

˜Gain an intermediate understanding of

user interface design. This course picks up where User Interface Design I (ART-40535) left off, and covers case studies, advanced prototyping tools and techniques, and several types of user interface design, including: Flat User Interface design, Task-Centered User Interface Design, Waterfall User Interface Design, Agile Interface Design, Iterative User Interface Design, Metaphors, Organization, Navigation, and more. Note: Online participants must have Adobe Photoshop CS4 or higher installed on their computers. Online students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda. com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access. ONLINE Instructor: Kristian Secor, M.S., EdD (ABD) Taught web design topics ranging from server-side programming to user experience for ten years and taught over 200 courses in 17 topics. Section: 099587-5003 Course No. ART-40624 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Art Fee: $695 ($670 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

Web Design I: HTML5 & CSS for Designers

˜For designers who wish to gain more

control over their websites. Learn front-end design coding to meet web compliance standards. Topics include HTML5, cascading style sheets (CSS), structure, design to code workflow, navigation, and hand-coded box model layouts. This is the first course in our Web Design Skill Series. Through the series, students will learn to hand-code their own website, create a dynamic website or content management system (CMS), understand Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and more. Winter 2014 I

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ONLINE Instructor: Harold D. Hamernik, M.A. in Education An author of several art instructional books, owner of Hamernik Art Studios, and has taught at various schools in Southern California. Section: 099077-5003 Course No. ART-40571 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Art Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

ONLINE Instructor: Kristian Secor, M.S., EdD (ABD) Taught web design topics ranging from server-side programming to user experience for ten years and taught over 200 courses in 17 topics. Section: 099078-5003 Course No. ART-40535 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

WordPress I: Introduction to Blogging

Adobe Dreamweaver I

˜Discover the many ways that this pow-

erful and in-demand publishing platform can be used. Students will learn about the WordPress.com Dashboard, dynamic navigation within WordPress, setting up static pages and page templates, and maintaining and backing up WordPress websites. For beginners. This is the first course in our WordPress Skill Series for digital artists and bloggers looking to do more with their sites. By the end of the series, students will have a fully functional and customized WordPress site ready for use. ONLINE Instructor: Harold D. Hamernik, M.A. in Education An author of several art instructional books, owner of Hamernik Art Studios, and has taught at various schools in Southern California. Section: 099076-5003 Course No. ART-40597 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Feb. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Art Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised. HANDS-ON

User Interface Design

˜Gain a strong understanding of user

interface design. This graphic and web design training course covers references, user experience (UX), and usability principles. Topics include psychological and interaction principles, requirements analysis, designing for different screens (web, TVs and mobile devices), design standards, style guides, techniques and visual design principles. Gain the perspective to give consumers a high quality design experience. It is a great time to be an interactive designer. Note: Online students should have Adobe Photoshop CS4 or higher installed on their computers. Students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to Lynda.com for textbook access.

Learn to design websites using Adobe Dreamweaver, a powerful and easy-to-use web design software. In this course, students will learn basic HTML and CSS and how to design websites within Dreamweaver’s rich web authoring environment. Participants will work with text, graphics, and tables, and customize pages using CSS. Note: It is required that students have successfully completed Web Media (ART-40523) and Adobe Photoshop I (ART-40311) or have equivalent experience prior to enrolling in this course. Online participants must have Adobe Creative Suite Design & Web Premium Version CS5.5 or later installed on their computers. Students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to the premium subscription of Lynda.com for textbook access. ONLINE Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S. Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment that covers all aspects of web design. Section: 099079-5003 Course No. ART-40325 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Adobe Dreamweaver II (Intermediate)

Gain greater interactivity from your Dreamweaver-based websites. Students will learn how to incorporate CSS, scripting, JQuery, and more into more advanced projects. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and User Experience design strategies will also be discussed. Students will be expected to develop two fully functioning websites with CSS driven layouts and JavaScript-based interactivity. Note prerequisite: Dreamweaver I or equivalent knowledge. Basic Mac or PC computer knowledge is required. Online participants must have Adobe Creative Suite Design & Web Premium Version CS5.5 or later installed on their computers. Students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to the premium subscription of Lynda.com for textbook access. ONLINE Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S. Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment that covers all aspects of web design. Section: 099080-5003 Course No. ART-40532 Time/Date: Jan. 28-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Art Fee: $595 ($570 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Feb. 3 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Web Media: Principles & Techniques of Web Design

Become familiar with the principles and techniques for designing and producing websites, web apps, and interactive media. Learn the steps of the online design process: define goals, identify target users, perform contextual analysis, identify constraints, create prototypes, perform usability tests, and produce design options. A must for beginners, this web design training course is the first required course for the specialized certificate in Web Media. Note: Intro to the field. Online students must have Adobe Creative Suite Design & Web Premium version 4 or higher on their computers. Adobe Creative Cloud is preferred. Students will be utilizing Lynda.com as a textbook reference guide. Subscription options and pricing are available at Lynda.com. Students will be required to subscribe to the premium subscription of Lynda.com for textbook access.

PROFICIENCY CERTIFICATE

Certificate Programs Digital Arts SPECIALIZED • Design Media • Web Media PROFICIENCY • AutoCAD PROFESSIONAL • Digital Media Content Creation • Graphic Design • Mobile Applications Development • Video & Editing

Auto CAD

The Proficiency Certificate in AutoCAD provides architects, designers, and illustrators with a working knowledge of AutoCAD for the development of computer-aided design, drafting, modeling and visualization projects. AutoCAD is a computer-aided design software. This 2D and 3D capable tool is used primarily for Technical Documentation and Visualization. AutoCAD software is used throughout the construction industry - including trades professionals, facilities managers, engineers and architects. All classroom examples directly translate into the production skill sets used for project documentation by all members of the construction industry. These examples and skills directly translate into other disciplines as well, including engineering, interior design, architecture, landscaping, product design, and more. Students will gain advanced understanding of AutoCAD commands and menu systems, learn important manipulation and management tools for assembling and integrating drawings within project document sets, experience developing and assembling a construction documents, work on simulated real-world projects with industry professionals, and learn the process professionals go through to create and assemble the components required for the creation of working documents.

Information Session (Find out more about the program in a free, online information session.)

• Digital Arts Specialized Certificates Information Session (INFO-70002)

Required Courses • AutoCAD I: Introduction (ARCH-40001) • AutoCAD II: Intermediate (ARCH-40004) • AutoCAD III: Working Drawings (ARCH40000) Cert. ID: 99752-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Digital Arts, (858) 534-6731 Email: unex-digital@ucsd.edu

ONLINE Instructor: Donna M. Sandsmark, M.S. Combines a background in engineering, programming, and design to create a learning environment that covers all aspects of web design. Section: 099056-5003 Course No. ART-40523 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Art Fee: $695 ($670 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

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Design is a fundamental part of our daily lives and is one of the most marketable skills one can possess in today’s workplace. From magazines to mobile devices, a graphic designer uses specialized skills to convey a controlled message. The demand is always growing for skilled designers who possess knowledge and experience that fulfill the needs of the market. The Design Media Specialized Certificate focuses on learning and developing effective graphic design methodologies, including the design process, psychology of design, output production, effective use of industry-standard graphic design software, and presentation. Get a solid foundation in graphic design that you can use immediately in the workplace or as a freelance designer. Enrolled students should have a basic knowledge of computers (PC or Mac), but design experience is not required. For detailed information, please enroll in the Design & Web Media Program Information Session. The program can be completed in 4-8 quarters (taking 1-2 classes per quarter). Tuition is $595 per course. All courses are offered online, with a selection of courses held onsite for local students. The online courses are asynchronous, but not self-paced; you will be required to keep up with weekly assignments. The average student spends three hours online and six hours offline each week. For additional details, please preview our e-learning system at ucsdextension. blackboard.com

One of a web designer’s biggest challenges is balancing functionality with beauty and user experience. To be good at web design takes a wide-ranging skill set that meets both the personal and practical needs of both user and client. More than just graphic design, it requires knowledge of current industry software, principles of usability, and a solid understanding of color, type, layout, and user interface principles. Our program offers a foundation in the tools, techniques, and topics necessary to succeed. Each class meeting builds upon the last, increasing your expertise in all things web related. Enrolled students should have a basic knowledge of computers (PC or Mac), but design experience is not required. For detailed information, please enroll in the Design & Web Media Program Information Session. The program can be completed in 4-8 quarters (taking 1-2 classes per quarter). Tuition is $395-595 per course. All courses are offered online, with a selection of courses held onsite for local students. The online courses are asynchronous, but not self-paced; you will be required to keep up with weekly assignments. The average student spends three hours online and six hours offline each week. For additional details, please preview our e-learning system at ucsdextension.blackboard.com

Web Media

Information Session (Find out more about the program in a free, online information session.)

• Digital Arts Specialized Certificates Information Session (INFO-70002)

Required Courses (All courses are required) • Digital Media: Introduction to Adobe Creative Suite (ART-40525) • Adobe Illustrator (ART-40527) • Design Essentials A: Elements of Design (ART-40540) • Adobe Photoshop I (ART-40311) • Adobe Photoshop II (Intermediate) (ART-40526) • Adobe InDesign (ART-40533) • Portfolio Consultation (ART-80000) (See website for more electives) Cert. ID: 99780-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Digital Arts, (858) 534-6731 Email: unex-digital@ucsd.edu

Be Brave Not Boring.

Information Session (Find out more about the program in a free, online information session.)

• Digital Arts Specialized Certificates Information Session (INFO-70002)

Required Courses (All units required.) • Web Media: Principles & Techniques of Web Design (ART-40523) • Adobe Photoshop I (ART-40311) • Adobe Illustrator (ART-40527) • User Interface Design (ART-40535) • Adobe Dreamweaver I (ART-40325) • Adobe Dreamweaver II (Intermediate) (ART-40532) • Portfolio Consultation (ART-80000) (See website for more electives) Cert. ID: 99834-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Digital Arts, (858) 534-6731 Email: unex-digital@ucsd.edu

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Digital Media Content Creation Digital media content and services impact our lives every day, and the digital media fields are some of the fastest growing industries in the world. The digital era allows us to read, listen, and watch-and publish content-in more ways than ever. From mobile devices to our personal computers, there is a rapidly increasing demand for digital media content. Knowledge of digital media content creation is a new literacy. Every day, digital media become more important as the means for producing and sharing information, as well as connecting with consumers. As a result, creative, writers, publishers, and businesses all aspire to harness its power. The Professional Certificate in Digital Media Content Creation provides newcomers and veterans in blogging, corporate communications, graphic design, journalism, marketing, and photojournalism a comprehensive and flexible set of courses in the skills they need to become effective content creators.

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• Writing: conduct research and interviews, fact-check and write articles, posts, and general interest pieces • Video/photography: document people, places, and events using digital photographs and video • Business and entrepreneurship: business models, marketing and social networking, relevant ethical standards, copyright and related legal issues • Technology: format content for a variety of output with attention to resolution, file type, streaming, and searchability • Business and entrepreneurship: learn business models, marketing and social networking, relevant ethical standards, copyright and related legal issues • Integrate media and output to maximize story exposure, audience size and engagement, or otherwise serve the priorities of the piece and medium

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The Professional Certificate in Digital Media Content Creation is issued upon completion of the total number of required credit units (28 quarter units). The approximate cost of the program is $4,855(includes course fees and certificate enrollment fee) and is paid incrementally as students enroll in courses rather than up front. Cost does not include textbooks, materials and parking. Course fees and schedules are subject to change.

Daniel Hallin, Ph.D (UC Berkeley)

Advisors

Scott Lewis, B.A. (University of Utah)

To Enroll in Courses

Linda S. McAleer, J.D. (California Western School of Law)

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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Professor Department of Communication, UC San Diego

Andrew Kleske, B.A. (San Diego State University) Deputy Homepage Editor UTSanDiego.com

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Graphic Design The Digital Arts Center professional certificate in Graphic Design provides a comprehensive, career oriented, hands-on approach to learning and applying graphic and web design skills to a variety of mediums, from branding, corporate identity design, advertising, packaging, digital illustration, and digital photography, to web design including information architecture, layout, production, coding (customizing HTML & CSS), and Flash animation. Through the one year digital graphic design program, students are given project-based professional training and space to grow into accomplished designers through real world projects, industry contacts, and internship experiences. Please visit the Digital Arts Center website at dac.ucsd.edu to learn more about: • How to Apply

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• Industry Information • Instructor Bios • Testimonials Join us for a free information session and learn about our high quality, professionally-focused programs, ask questions and discuss your future as a creative professional. Register at extension. ucsd.edu/digitalarts or email us at dac@ucsd. edu Be the creative behind the designs. Real client challenges, hands on experience, professional equipment and instructors who work in the industry. Learn to DESIGN the graphics that you want to SEE.

Program Benefits • Convenient pre-set, 12 month class schedule • Career focused graphics design education in San Diego • Hands-on experience allowing you to immediately apply your new skills • Small class sizes with motivated students who share your interest in graphic design • Individualized instruction from professionals within the media arts / digital graphics industry • Tuition locked in for one year • UC San Diego Extension professional certificate in graphic design awarded upon successful completion • Own and be trained on all of your own industry preferred hardware & software • Create interactive graphic & website design online portfolio marketing materials to show potential employers/clients

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Conditions for Admission Step 1: Attend a information session in person or online Step 2: Complete an online application at dac. ucsd.edu Step 3: Interview for acceptance Please note: We advise you to complete the above steps as soon as possible as the programs fill up quickly.

Advisors Chris Cavanaugh

President Christopher Company

Jordan Crandall

Associate Professor, Visual Arts UC San Diego

Marc Hedges

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99708-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Digital Arts, (858) 534-6705 E-mail: dac@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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Dave Pauley

President Neyenesch Printers

Barbara E. Ryan

President and Director of Editorial Services Silvergate Group

Fabrizio Scippa

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Peter Thomas

Associate Director, AHLDA UC San Diego Extension

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Mobile Applications Development Create innovative mobile applications. Pursue comprehensive training in developing mobile apps which encompasses programming, interface design, and human interaction design. Through this one-year professional certificate program, students learn about developing mobile apps from front and back end programming, to logical delivery of visual information with a heavy emphasis on user experience. The educational experience is enhanced by the environment of professional training in which students work directly with their instructors (practicing mobile application developers) to conceive individual and group concepts for mobile applications. Students develop mobile apps for iOS devices including iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android based smart phones, as well as platforms such as Blackberry and Windows phones. Please visit the Digital Arts Center website at dac.ucsd.edu to learn more about: • How to Apply

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• Career focused mobile apps education. Create a complete mobile application or a prototype of a mobile application • Receive individual instruction from professionals within the mobile application industry • Hands-on experience allowing you to immediately apply your new skills • Convenient pre-set class schedule with 12-month evening program • Learn industry-preferred software programs • Earn a UC San Diego Extension professional certificate in mobile application development

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Conditions for Admission Step 1: Attend an information session - in person or online Step 2: Complete an online application at dac. ucsd.edu

Son Ton

Senior Manager, Business Development QUALCOMM Internet Services (QIS)

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99720-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Digital Arts, (858) 534-6705 E-mail: dac@ucsd.edu

Step 3: Interview for acceptance

To Enroll in Courses

Please note: We advise you to complete the above steps as soon as possible as the programs fill up quickly.

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Advisors William G. Griswold, PhD

Professor UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering

Corey Fayman, M.A.

Program Advisor, Mobile Apps. UC San Diego Extension

Kenny Leung

President Surf Shack Software

Kris Secor, M.S., EdD (ABD) Program Advisor, Mobile Apps. UC San Diego Extension

Peter Thomas

Associate Director, AHLDA UC San Diego Extension

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Video and Editing

Students will complete a series of projects developing rich media content, illustrating the history, current activities and future aspirations of non-profit organizations with podcasts, flash animations, streaming video of interviews and a mini-documentary. Completing these video production projects allows students to develop a valuable working portfolio while obtaining practical experience in real-world situations. Please visit the Digital Arts Center website at dac.ucsd.edu to learn more about: • How to Apply

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Join us for a free information session and learn about our high quality, professionally-focused programs, ask questions and discuss your future as a creative professional. Extension.ucsd.edu/digitalarts or email us at dac@ucsd.edu Be the creative vision behind the camera. Real client challenges, hands on experience, professional equipment and instructors who work in the industry. Learn to TELL your STORY the way you imagine it.

Program Benefits • Convenient pre-set, 12 month class schedule • Career focused video production school in San Diego • Hands-on experience allowing you to immediately apply your new skills • Small class sizes with motivated students who share your interest in video production • Individualized instruction from professionals within multimedia field • Tuition locked in for one year • Internships / Externships for those who qualify • Own and be trained on all of your own video production industry preferred hardware & software (Final Cut Pro, Pro Tools, and Adobe After Effects) • Create a demo reel of video work to show potential employers/clients Lock in tuition for one year

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Step 1: Attend a information session in person or online Step 2: Complete an online application at dac. ucsd.edu Step 3: Interview for acceptance Please note: We advise you to complete the above steps as soon as possible as the programs fill up quickly.

Advisors Fred Ashman President Multi Image

Lynn Burnstan Director UCSD TV

Rick Cikowski

Editor and Motion Graphics Artist Capsule Media

Jodi Ciley, MBA

Program Advisor, Mobile Apps. UC San Diego Extension

Michael Flaster

Program Advisor UC San Diego Extension

Lev Manovich, Ph.D

Director, Software Studies Initiative, Calit2 Professor, Visual Arts Department, UC San Diego

Cherry Park

Director, Marketing QUALCOMM Incorporated

Cliff Pia

President Millennium Creative Group, Inc.

Peter Thomas

Associate Director, AHLDA UC San Diego Extension

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99747-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Digital Arts, (858) 534-6705 E-mail: dac@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Digital Arts

UC San Diego Extension Digital Arts Center video production training includes the principles of storytelling, videography, motion graphics and audio. Today, a knowledgeable multimedia student has the power to create motion film titles and trailers, video, graphics and sound for TV, and corporate media, commercials for TV, radio and interactive media-all from a desktop or laptop computer.

Elizabeth Meyer

Director, Online Learning UC San Diego Extension

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Education

Education Providing integrated professional development for school communities and educational institutions while incorporating best practices and the latest research in content, pedagogy, andragogy, and administration.

Visit extension.ucsd.edu/education for more information

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Gifted & Talented Education (GATE) UCSD Extension’s Specialized Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education offers training for educators who want to teach and develop programs for gifted and talented students. The program meets training requirements for educators, counselors, psychologists, administrators, and others responsible for GATE program services. College Counseling The College Counseling Specialized Certificate brings participants the latest in college counseling techniques and emphasizes the personal dimension of working with families during one of their most crucial transitional experiences. Program now offered fully online throughout the year. Courses feature timely, comprehensive topics related to helping students make the transition to college.

Credential Programs • CLAD Through CTEL • Clear Credential Program • Reading & Literacy Authorization • K-12 Professional Development • Designated Subjects Sunsetting Programs Complete your Reading Certificate or Adult Ed Credential (5 year) requirements before the program sunsets.

Professional Development Satisfy your Continuing Education requirements to advance on the salary point scale with specialized instruction in various curriculum topics. Winter 2014 courses in Change Agentry, Differentiation: Classroom Approaches, and the Common Core.

New Programs and Courses • Adult Ed Credential (3 year) • Methodology • Common Core • Biology CSET Prep

Contact Us Education Phone: (858) 534-9273 Email: unexeduc@ucsd.edu Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/education

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Explore how the Common Core State Standards put students at the center of learning. Learn a new emphasis on interdisciplinary skills and critical thinking skills in the area of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Classes offered in Strategies, Reading/ Writing, and Math. See page 90 for more detailed information.

Education

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Certificate Programs SPECIALIZED

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• College Counseling

• Reading Instruction

• Gifted and Talented Education

• Teaching Adult Learners

• Teaching Online

• Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

An innovative online program focused on issues and trends in teaching reading and literacy in today’s classroom. Investigate a Culture of Literacy and delve into new tools for Assessment, Intervention, and Providing Literacy Instruction. Sign up for a free Reading & Literacy Information Session to learn more about the program at extension.ucsd.edu/teachread

Earn a Clear Credential If you hold a current or expired preliminary single or multiple subject credential the clear credential program is available if your employer does not offer an Induction program for you. The Clear program is designed for public, charter, parochial, and private school teachers. Learn more at extension.ucsd.edu/clear credential

CTE Advanced Training These courses are required for CTE candidates who have not completed two years of successful teaching. Candidates will study advanced teaching methodology and instructional technology as it is directly related to Career. Learn more at extension.ucsd.edu/designatesubjects

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CLAD Through CTEL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Orientation: CLAD Through CTEL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Culture and Inclusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Language and Language Development . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Assessment of English Learners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Foundations and Methods of English Language/ Literacy Development and Content Instruction. . 88 CLAD Through CTEL Portfolio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

E-learning & Instructional. . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Introduction to Online Learning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation. . . 88 Advanced Curriculum Design for the Online Classroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Instructional Technology Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Teaching Online Practicum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89

K-12 Professional Development. . . . . . . 89 Classroom Management: You Can’t Teach in Chaos (Grades K-12). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Assessment for Performance Improvement in Non-Public Schools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 K-12 Pedagogy for Teachers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Differentiation System Design: Classroom Level. . . . . 90 Reading and Writing Through Common Core Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Strategies for Implementing the Common Core Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Math and the Common Core. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Genetics CSET Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90

K-12 Special Programs & Events. . . . . . . 90 Principles of College Counseling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 College Counseling Strategies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 College Counseling Practicum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91

Special Populations & Expectional Students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Teaching the Gifted and Talented: Differentiating the Curriculum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Teaching the Gifted and Talented: Recognizing Individual Differences . . . . . . . . . . 91 Strategies for Teaching the Gifted and Talented . . . . 92 Program Development for the Gifted. . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Special Topics in Gifted and Talented Education . . . . 92

State Credentials & Requirements . . . . . 93 Clear Credential Information Session. . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Health Education for the Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Integrating Technology in Education K-12, Level 1. . . 93 Integrating Technology in Education K-12, Level 2. . . 94 Mainstreaming the Special Child. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 English Language Learners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 The Reading Process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 U.S. Constitution Preparation Course and Examination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Clear Credential Site-Based Mentor Clinic. . . . . . . . . 95 Clear Credential Orientation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Collaboration and Support for Effective Teaching. . . . 95 Pedagogy for Effective Teaching. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Equitable and Inclusive Learning Environments. . . . . 96 Teaching English Learners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Teaching Special Populations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Clear Credential Portfolio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

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Teaching Adult Learners. . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Instructional Practices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Interpersonal Relations, Communication Skills, and Guidance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Teaching and Training Adults in Diverse Settings. . . . 98 Effective Strategies for Teaching and Training Adults. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Level I: The Instructional Process/Techniques of Teaching Vocational Education. . . . . . . . . . . 98 Level II: Principles and Practices of Vocational Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Designated Subjects Program Orientation. . . . . . . . . 99 Designated Subject Foundations Course . . . . . . . . . . 99 Designated Subjects: CTE Emphasis Course. . . . . . . . 99 Designated Subjects: Adult Education Emphasis Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Designated Subjects Portfolio Course. . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 CTE Advanced Training Part II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100

Teaching English as a Second Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Fundamentals of Teaching English as a Second Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Teaching and Testing ESL Reading and Writing Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Theories of Second-Language Acquisition and Application to Teaching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Culture in the Language Classroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 TESOL Practicum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101

Teaching Language Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Foundations of Reading: The Power of a Literate Mind. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Breaking the Code: From Sounds and Symbols to Making Meaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Decoding and Spelling for English Learners (3-12). . 101 Working with Words: Word Study Skills and Strategies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Reading & Literacy Authorization Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Reading & Literacy Program Orientation . . . . . . . . . 102 R & L: Culture of Literacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 R & L: Assessment, Intervention, & Instruction. . . . . 102 R & L: Research, Instruction, and Intervention. . . . . 102 R & L: Planning, Organizing, and Providing Instruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102

Specialized Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 College Counseling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Gifted and Talented Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Teaching Online. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103

Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Reading Instruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Teaching Adult Learners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107

For answers to questions regarding your teaching credential, contact the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing at (888) 921-2682, by email at credentials@ctc.ca.gov or at www.ctc.ca.gov

Please Pre-Enroll Early enrollment ensures your place in the class and helps avoid course cancellations due to low enrollments.

courses CLAD THROUGH CTEL

Orientation: CLAD Through CTEL

The CLAD Through CTEL orientation provides individuals interested in the CLAD Through CTEL Certificate Program with a clear understanding of the entire program, including its scope and goals, requirements, standards, the procedures that affect competencies, and field experience(s). It is mandatory for applicants entering Extension’s CLAD Through CTEL program. Note: Participants must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. Course numbering changed to EDUC 31300. You can call Student Services at 858-534-3400 and register over the phone for this course until the day before the scheduled start. You must register for this course with the Pass/ Fail Grade Option. If you take the course with the “Not For Credit” (NFC) option you must retake the course at your own expense in order to be eligible for a CLAD Authorization. ONLINE Instructor: Natalie Leroux-Lindsey, M.A. Program Representative for the Education Department at UCSD Extension. Section: 099084-5003 Course No. EDUC-31300 Time/Date: Feb. 5-7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $40 No refunds after: Feb. 6 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Natalie Leroux-Lindsey, M.A. Program Representative for the Education Department at UCSD Extension. Section: 099085-5003 Course No. EDUC-31300 Time/Date: Mar. 5-7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $40 No refunds after: Mar. 6 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

Let us bring the classes to you! Learn more about custom education program at your school or district, email unexeduc@ucsd.edu for details.

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Examination of culture and cultural diversity and the relationship to academic achievement, development, implementation and evaluation of culturally inclusive instruction. Topics include cultural concepts and perspectives; cultural contact; cultural diversity in California and the United States; crosscultural interaction; the roles of culture in the classroom and the school; culturally inclusive learning environments; family and community involvement; and culturally inclusive curriculum and instruction. Note: CLAD Through CTEL program candidates must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. Requirement for the CLAD through CTEL Certificate. ONLINE Instructor: Toni M. Bastian, M.A. Reading/Language Arts Instructor in the Riverside Unified School District, holds a Clear Multiple Subject Credential and a CLAD authorization. Section: 099086-5003 Course No. EDUC-31217 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Heather Chell, M.A. Master’s in Reading, a Clear Multiple Subject Credential with a CLAD Emphasis, supplemental authorizations in English & Physical Education. Section: 099087-5003 Course No. EDUC-31217 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Sue Alderson, M.A. Bilingual Counselor for the past 20 years, specializing in multicultural issues and addiction. Section: 099088-5003 Course No. EDUC-31217 Time/Date: Feb. 3-28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Dale Z. Pluciennik, M.A. Single Subject Teacher Credential: BCLAD (Spanish), Social Science, English, Spanish, Foundational Math. Section: 099089-5003 Course No. EDUC-31217 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

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ONLINE Instructor: Carrie Brown, M.A. Principal at El Camino Creek Elementary in Encinitas USD she holds a Multiple Subjects Credential, BCLAD, and an Administrative Services Credential. Section: 099090-5003 Course No. EDUC-31217 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Sue Alderson, M.A. Bilingual Counselor for the past 20 years, specializing in multicultural issues and addiction Section: 099091-5003 Course No. EDUC-31217 Time/Date: Mar. 10-Apr. 4 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Mar. 11 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

Language and Language Development

Research-based conceptual understanding of language systems, structures, forms, functions, and variations of both aural and written language forms. Language functions and variations, discourse and pragmatics can be applied directly to assessment and instruction of English learners and the specific linguistic and socio-linguistic challenges of English learners are addressed. Materials, and methods for understanding and analyzing sociocultural, and political factors that can affect second language development are presented. Note: Participants must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. Requirement for the CLAD through CTEL Certificate . ONLINE Instructor: Stephanie M. Laqua, M.Ed. in Second Language Acquisitions ESL instructor, TESOL Certified with 21 years of experience teaching ESL and training teachers. Section: 099092-5003 Course No. EDUC-31218 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Lisa M. Charbonneau, M.A. Classroom experience with over 15 years and works within the Poway Unified School District Section: 099093-5003 Course No. EDUC-31218 Time/Date: Feb. 3-28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

ONLINE Instructor: Stephanie M. Laqua, M.Ed. in Second Language Acquisitions ESL instructor, TESOL Certified with 21 years of experience teaching ESL and training teachers. Section: 099094-5003 Course No. EDUC-31218 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

Assessment of English Learners

Research-based conceptual understanding of language systems, structures, forms, functions, and variations of both aural and written language forms. Language functions and variations, discourse and pragmatics can be applied directly to assessment and instruction of English learners and the specific linguistic and socio-linguistic challenges of English learners are addressed. Materials, and methods for understanding and analyzing sociocultural, and political factors that can affect second language development are presented. Note: Participants must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. Requirement for the CLAD through CTEL Certificate.

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Culture and Inclusion

ONLINE Instructor: Debra Engers, M.A. English Learner Program Coordinator in Redlands Unified School District and holds a Masters degree in Bilingual Cross Cultural Education. Section: 099095-5003 Course No. EDUC-31219 Time/Date: Jan. 13-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Perry Colapinto, M.A. Holds a multiple subject credential, CLAD Certificate and many years of experience working with English language learners. Section: 099096-5003 Course No. EDUC-31219 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Kristie Lambert, M.A. Master’s degree in TESOL, a multiple subject credential, CLAD, and ESL supplementary. Section: 099097-5003 Course No. EDUC-31219 Time/Date: Mar. 3-21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

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Foundations and Methods of English Language/Literacy Development and Content Instruction

Current research-based theories of second language acquisition; the differences between first & second language; & literacy development. Topics include cognitive, linguistic, socio-cultural & affective factors that affect language learning in children of diverse backgrounds; use of the CELDT in instructional planning to promote both language development & academic achievement; and researchbased approaches & methods for English language development. Students will learn to deliver comprehensible instruction to English Learners in the context of three instructional models: English Language Development (ELD), Content-based ELD & Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE). Note: CLAD Through CTEL Requirement. This course alone does not fulfill the requirements to earn a Certificate of Completion of Staff Development (CCSD). ONLINE Instructor: Theresa Marie Corbett, M.S. Masters of Science in Education, a California Teaching Credential, and an Administrative Services Credential. Section: 099098-5003 Course No. EDUC-31220 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Feb. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 6 units in Education Fee: $680 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Kristie Lambert, M.A. Master’s degree in TESOL, a multiple subject credential, CLAD, and ESL supplementary. Section: 099099-5003 Course No. EDUC-31220 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 6 units in Education Fee: $680 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Perry Colapinto, M.A. Holds a multiple subject credential, CLAD Certificate and many years of experience working with English language learners. Section: 099100-5003 Course No. EDUC-31220 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 6 units in Education Fee: $680 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

types of material should be included in the CTEL Portfolio. Although field assignments will differ between candidates, everyone must complete & submit a CTEL Portfolio that documents their experiences, including organized reflections & evidence of knowledge, skills and abilities. Note: Enrollment is restricted in the CTEL Portfolio course to students who have successfully completed all other coursework in the program. Application must be on file prior to registration. CLAD Through CTEL Certificate requirement. ONLINE Instructor: Morgan Appel, MBA Director of Educational Programs at UCSD Extension. Section: 099101-5003 Course No. EDUC-31221 Time/Date: Feb. 3-14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Education Fee: $175 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Morgan Appel, MBA Director of Educational Programs at UCSD Extension. Section: 099102-5003 Course No. EDUC-31221 Time/Date: Mar. 10-21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Education Fee: $175 No refunds after: Mar. 11 (mpa/srb)

E-LEARNING & INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Introduction to Online Learning

This course offers an overview of distance learning: its history, current status and future progress. Participants will also receive an introduction to learning theories and be introduced to different types of online teaching course design and educational technologies. Using case studies and a historical perspective of the evolution of online teaching, students will understand the challenges and advantages of establishing a distance learning course or program. The course will discuss course design, development, implementation and evaluation and the concept of building community. Note: This course is the first required course for both the Teaching Online and the Teaching Adult Learners certificates.

CLAD Through CTEL Portfolio

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ONLINE Instructor: Theresa Marie Corbett, M.S. Masters of Science in Education, a California Teaching Credential, and an Administrative Services Credential Section: 099178-5003 Course No. EDUC-30989 Time/Date: Jan. 6-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $245 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Amy Kaufman (Castro), M.Ed. CTE program facilitator and an educational technology designer and developer of online courses for the Orange County Department of Education. Section: 099179-5003 Course No. EDUC-30989 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $245 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation

This course presents an overview of curriculum development & an introduction to the Instructional Systems Design Model. Participants will learn to design & evaluate curriculum, develop instructional materials, assess student learning & measure instructional outcomes for use in online classes from K-20 and beyond. Topics include preparation of course outlines & syllabi, development of lessons plans, design of evaluation instruments and an explanation of how learning objectives & evaluation strategies affect the selection of content and materials. Note: This course is second required course for both the Teaching Online & the Teaching Adult Learners certificates. Students must complete prerequisite: EDUC 30989 Introduction to Online Learning prior to enrolling in this course. ONLINE Instructor: Staff Founded and Manages UCSD’s Instructional WWW Development Center. Section: 099180-5003 Course No. EDUC-30990 Time/Date: Jan. 6-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $245 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/nl) ONLINE Instructor: Staff Section: 099181-5003 Course No. EDUC-30990 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $245 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/nl)

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This class examines elements of effective instructional design for the distance learning environment. Students will learn how to create tailored instructional models based on course objectives, target audience, subject matter content, class management and assessment methods. This course will study the design of effective, reliable assessment techniques and evaluation models for online teaching. The course is comprised of three major phases of the design process (Analysis, Design, and Development) that guide students through converting or developing course material for an online course. Note: Specialized Certificate in Teaching Online requirement. Students must complete prerequisites: EDUC 30989 Introduction to Online Learning and EDUC 30990 Foundations in Curriculm & Evaluation prior to enrolling in this course. ONLINE Instructor: Anne Guptill, Ph.D. Associate Professor, instructional design consultant, multimedia development, online developer and teacher with a Ph.D. in education. Section: 099182-5003 Course No. EDUC-31231 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

Instructional Technology Tools

This course will introduce participants to leading learning management systems (LMS). Participants will receive an orientation of what tools are available in each LMS, as well as best practices for accommodating various assessment and collaboration assignments. The course will also explore how to connect instructional tools with sound teaching pedagogy. In addition, ancillary tools that can extend the functionality of these LMS’s will be explored. Note: Requirement for Post-Secondary Instruction Emphasis in the Teaching Adult Learners Certificate. Students must enroll prior to the first day of class. Students must complete prerequisites: EDUC 30989 Introduction to Online Learning and EDUC 30990 Foundations in Curriculm & Evaluation prior to enrolling in this course. ONLINE Instructor: Staff Founded and Manages UCSD’s Instructional WWW Development Center. Section: 099183-5003 Course No. CSE-40798 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $245 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb)

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Teaching Online Practicum

Participants in this course will create a capstone project focusing on their lessons from throughout the entire Teaching Online certificate program. This course will focus on student’s progress and practical application to current or prospective work opportunities. Students will work collaboratively with an advisor before submitting their final project. Note: This final required course is part of the Specialized Certificate in Teaching Online. Students must complete: EDUC 30989, EDUC 30990, CSE 40798, CSE 40799, & EDUC 31231 prior to enrolling in this course. ONLINE Instructor: Staff Section: 099184-5003 Course No. EDUC-31232 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $200 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/nl)

K-12 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEE ALSO

• Special Populations Students—p. 91

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Classroom Management: You Can’t Teach in Chaos (Grades K-12)

The ability to create and maintain an orderly, productive classroom environment is essential to effective teaching. There is more to effective teaching than classroom management, although well-run, stimulating, and task-oriented classrooms appear to be essential to learning. Effective classroom managers apply a systematic approach, one that requires preparation and planning. In this course participants will learn methods for increasing the amount of active learning time in the classroom. Topics include classroom management techniques; teaching roles and procedures; and handling discipline positively, quickly, and fairly. ONLINE Instructor: Carrie Brown, M.A. Principal at El Camino Creek Elementary in Encinitas USD she holds a Multiple Subjects Credential, BCLAD, and an Administrative Services Credential. Section: 099472-5003 Course No. EDUC-30156 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Education Fee: $150 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

Assessment for Performance Improvement in Non-Public Schools

The goal of this course is to introduce students to the various facets of student assessments that can have impact on improving the performance of students in private and independent school settings with an emphasis on the assessments as part of the education process. Topics include the use of scoring rubrics, creating and managing student portfolios, writing performance tasks, and creating common assessments.

Education

Advanced Curriculum Design for the Online Classroom

ONLINE Instructor: Staff Section: 099473-5003 Course No. EDUC-31426 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $250 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

K-12 Pedagogy for Teachers

Participating teachers will be required to grow and improve in their ability to reflect upon and apply the CSTPs while exploring the specific pedagogical skills for subject matter instruction.Participants will utilize the adopted academic content standards & performance levels for students, curriculum frameworks, & instructional materials in the context of teaching assignments. Topics include the use & interpretation of student assessment data; summative assessments of student academic performance to inform instruction; planning & differentiation; academic language & literacy and diverse learning needs for the full range of learners. Note: This course is for students that are not admitted to the UCSD Clear Credential program. Candidates in the UCSD Clear Credential program are required to take EDUC 31357 Pedagogy for Effective Teaching. ONLINE Instructor: Harriet Levine, M.Ed., M.A. M.Ed. in Multicultural Studies and an M.A. in Reading & Literacy. She is completing a Ph.D. program in Special Education. Section: 099474-5003 Course No. EDUC-31510 Time/Date: Feb. 3-28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

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Differentiation System Design: Classroom Level

This course will focus more specifically on developing the understanding of classroom teachers and school leaders to better tailor instruction through differentiated approaches, based on the cognitive and socio-emotional needs of the variety of learners that make up most classrooms. ONLINE Instructor: Robert E. Presby, M.A. in Educational Administration Principal at Serrano Intermediate School. Extensive experience in classroom instruction, administration, and differentiation. Section: 099475-5003 Course No. EDUC-31429 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

Reading and Writing Through Common Core Standards

This course is designed to give teachers the opportunity to review, analyze and integrate the Common Core Standards into their teaching practices. It shows how Common Core Standards can be impetus for wholeschool reform, moving all students in every classroom to become better readers and writers. Candidates will become familiar with the Common Core in both reading and writing, view how Common Core is different from the current state standards, and how to adapt to reach Common Core. Candidates will learn how to create both lessons and authentic assessments that can be formative. This class will help develop teachers with a greater understanding of how Reading and Writing go hand in hand to reach high level thinking in students. ONLINE Instructor: Lisa M. Charbonneau, M.A. Classroom experience with over 15 years and works within the Poway Unified School District. Section: 099476-5003 Course No. EDUC-31508 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Feb. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Carmen Mancia, M.S. Bilingual Language Arts Resource Teacher Specialist in the South Bay Union School District. She has over 12 years in bilingual instruction. Section: 099477-5003 Course No. EDUC-31508 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb)

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Strategies for Implementing the Common Core Standards

In this class, teachers explore how the Common Core State Standards put students at the center of learning. They see a new emphasis on interdisciplinary skills and critical thinking skills in the area of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Through video examples, in-depth readings, and downloadable applications teachers will discover that the CCSS have unique reading and writing standards for literacy in history, social studies, and science. Teachers learn practical ways to put the standards to work in their classroom, especially in the area of textual complexity and collaborative activities. ONLINE Instructor: Theresa Marie Corbett, M.S. Masters of Science in Education, a California Teaching Credential, and an Administrative Services Credential. Section: 099478-5003 Course No. EDUC-31431 Time/Date: Feb. 3-28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/srb)

Math and the Common Core

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ers the opportunity to unpack the math Common Core standards and analyze the domains in order to obtain a deeper understanding of the expectations of the standards. Teachers will explore a variety of ways to incorporate new strategies into their teaching practice in order to develop interactive lessons that meet the Common Core standards. ONLINE Instructor: Heather Chell, M.A. Master’s in Reading, a Clear Multiple Subject Credential with a CLAD Emphasis, supplemental authorizations in English & Physical Education. Section: 099479-5003 Course No. EDUC-31522 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

Genetics CSET Preparation

Candidates demonstrate an understanding of the foundations of the genetics. They understand the genetic coding of DNA and how this coding specifies the sequence of amino acids in proteins characteristic of the organism. Candidates know that a multicellular organism develops from a single zygote, and its phenotype depends on its genotype, which is established at fertilization. They understand the roles of mutation and sexual reproduction in genetic variation within populations. They know how new biotechnology methods incorporate exogenous DNA into cells to alter their genetic composition, and the resulting ethical implications of using

such methods. Candidates also understand the relationship of genetics to evolution and how the frequency of an allele in a gene pool of a population depends on many factors and may be stable or unstable. ONLINE Instructor: Keefe Reuther, Ph.D. Lecturer for the Division of Biological Science at UCSD. Section: 099480-5003 Course No. BIOL-30001 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Biology Fee: $550 ($525 if enrolled by Dec. 13). No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

K-12 SPECIAL PROGRAMS & EVENTS

Principles of College Counseling

Assisting students and families through the college preparation and admission process has taken on even greater importance as higher education costs continue to rise. This course will give special attention to training in the college selection process while emphasizing the important issues impacting the profession. Participants will examine the fundamental concepts of setting up a college counseling office, while exploring the personal dimensions of working with families during one of their most crucial transitional experiences. Note: This is the first required course for the Specialized Certificate in College Counseling. The second required course is College Counseling Strategies. The third required course is College Counseling Practicum. The courses may not be taken out of order. ONLINE Instructor: Katherine (Kate) Dendy, M.S. Pupil Personnel Services Credential in Counseling and a MS degree in Education Counseling. Section: 099405-5003 Course No. EDUC-30130 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 6 units in Education Fee: $675 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Steven L. Mercer, Ed.D. Independent Educational Consultant at Mercer Educational Consulting; presenter at international educational conferences; former admission officer at USC. Section: 099406-5003 Course No. EDUC-30130 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 6 units in Education Fee: $675 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

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College counselors have a variety of critical roles in the college admission process. This course provides training in areas of program development, including building successful programs and designing useful resources for students. Various areas of college admissions will be explored, including the early decision debate, testing options, letters of recommendations and building relationships with college admission professionals. Strategies to successfully deal with students, parents and staff will also be addressed. Note: The second required for Specialized Certificate in College Counseling. The Principles in College Counseling Course is the first required course. The courses may not be taken out of order. ONLINE Instructor: Katherine (Kate) Dendy, M.S. Pupil Personnel Services Credential in Counseling and a MS degree in Education Counseling. Section: 099407-5003 Course No. EDUC-30131 Time/Date: Mar. 10-Apr. 4 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Mar. 11 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Steven L. Mercer, Ed.D. Independent Educational Consultant at Mercer Educational Consulting; presenter at international educational conferences; former admission officer at USC. Section: 099408-5003 Course No. EDUC-30131 Time/Date: Mar. 10-Apr. 4 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Mar. 11 (mpa/srb)

College Counseling Practicum

The final component of the Specialized Certificate in College Counseling allows participants the opportunity to network with colleagues and apply their newly developed skills. Participants will engage in online discussions as well as research and develop a final project. Note: This is the third required for Specialized Certificate in College Counseling. Courses in this program may not be taken out of order. You must register for this course with the Letter Grade Option. If you do not then you must retake the course at your own expense with the Letter Grade Option in order to be eligible for the certificate at the end of the program.

ONLINE Instructor: Steven L. Mercer, Ed.D. Independent Educational Consultant at Mercer Educational Consulting; presenter at international educational conferences; former admission officer at USC. Section: 099410-5003 Course No. EDUC-30132 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb)

SPECIAL POPULATIONS & EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS

Teaching the Gifted and Talented: Differentiating the Curriculum

This course provides approaches for differentiating the curriculum for gifted and talented learners. These approaches are based on corecurriculum modifications that work within the regular classroom as well as in other settings. Attention is given to meeting the needs of a diverse group of students. Participants will learn to create a curriculum that gives students a solid grasp of the core material while advancing their gifted abilities. Note: Requirement for Specialized Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education. Previously offered as EDUC 3V087. ONLINE Instructor: Lisa Bologna, M.A. Master Teacher, Educator in San Diego Unified District for over 20 years, Master’s in Reading, GATE certificate, and a clear Multiple Subject Credential. Section: 099210-5003 Course No. EDUC-30087 Time/Date: Jan. 6-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

Teaching the Gifted and Talented: Recognizing Individual Differences

Familiarity with clusters of characteristics common to gifted people provides a basis for recognizing and understanding the individual differences and varied profiles that gifted students may exhibit. A historical perspective on the changing views of intelligence and case studies of gifted students provide the context in which to explore their intellectual, social-emotional and creative development. The aim of this course is to help participants understand the implications of all of these factors in order to assess, program, teach and parent the gifted. Note: Requirement for Specialized Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education. Previously offered as EDUC 3V003.

Education

College Counseling Strategies

ONLINE Instructor: Theresa Marie Corbett, M.S. Masters of Science in Education, a California Teaching Credential, and an Administrative Services Credential. Section: 099212-5003 Course No. EDUC-30003 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Theresa Marie Corbett, M.S. Masters of Science in Education, a California Teaching Credential, and an Administrative Services Credential. Section: 099213-5003 Course No. EDUC-30003 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

ONLINE Instructor: Lisa Bologna, M.A. Master Teacher, Educator in San Diego Unified District for over 20 years, Master’s in Reading, GATE certificate, and a clear Multiple Subject Credential. Section: 099211-5003 Course No. EDUC-30087 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

ONLINE Instructor: Katherine (Kate) Dendy, M.S. Pupil Personnel Services Credential in Counseling and a MS degree in Education Counseling. Section: 099409-5003 Course No. EDUC-30132 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb)

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Strategies for Teaching the Gifted and Talented

This course focuses on teaching & learning strategies that have proved successful with gifted students, including the Hilda Taba teaching strategies, the Parnes creative problem-solving strategy, and Kohlberg’s discussions of moral dilemmas. Participants investigate the assumptions underlying each strategy and the ways in which each meets gifted students’ needs for differentiation. Selected strategies will be modeled in class which provides participants with opportunities for becoming proficient using the strategies and integrating them into both core and differentiated curriculums. Note: Required course in the Gifted and Talented Education Certificate Program. Previously offered as EDUC 3V089. ONLINE Instructor: Karen Young, M.A. Currently works for Ohio Virtual Academies, develops curriculum and instructional programs for the instructors. Section: 099214-5003 Course No. EDUC-30089 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Karen Young, M.A. Currently works for Ohio Virtual Academies, develops curriculum and instructional programs for the instructors. Section: 099215-5003 Course No. EDUC-30089 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

ONLINE Instructor: Kelly S. Montes De Oca, M.A. Senior Director of Leadership in Curriculum, Instruction for Partnerships to Uplift Communities(PUC), and Master’s degree in Education. Section: 099216-5003 Course No. EDUC-30088 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Feb. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Kelly S. Montes De Oca, M.A. Senior Director of Leadership in Curriculum, Instruction for Partnerships to Uplift Communities(PUC), and Master’s degree in Education. Section: 099217-5003 Course No. EDUC-30088 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

Special Topics in Gifted and Talented Education

This course is designed to offer students an in-depth seminar on special topics in Gifted & Talented Education (GATE). This course supplements our regular GATE course offerings. The content of the course changes each time it is offered. Topics are designed to provide more detailed information and skills in specific areas. As such, the objectives of the Special Topics course are to provide participants with additional knowledge and skills to make them more effective GATE educators. The knowledge and skills each participant gains from this Special Topics course will ultimately improve their ability to contribute to course planning & design efforts. ONLINE Instructor: Morgan Appel, MBA Director of Educational Programs at UCSD Extension. Section: 099218-5003 Course No. EDUC-31412 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $250 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/nl) Early enrollment advised.

Tools for Teachers

Program Development for the Gifted

This course explores various program models for educating gifted students. As participants study major issues and factors affecting program development (philosophical views, general attitudes, parent involvement, funding, grouping, teacher training, collaborative efforts among programs, and parent education), they will be encouraged to share program materials from their own or their children’s school districts to review current practices. Class members will be furnished with such materials and receive guidance in developing a gifted program based on an assessment of student needs and pertinent district or school factors. Note: Requirement for Specialized Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education. Previously offered as EDUC 3V088.

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UC San Diego, Extension offers convenient online programs for K-12 and postsecondary educators. Our wide array of courses, certificates, and state-approved credentialing classes are available online to fulfill professional development requirements.

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• Teaching Adult Learners—p. 98 UCSD Extension offers a Clear Credential program for teachers holding a preliminary single or multiple subject teaching credential. Students who require the Clear Credential program to earn a clear credential should view the website at extension.ucsd.edu/clearcredential to obtain additional program information.

Clear Credential Information Session

This course is designed for individuals interested in learning more about the Clear Credential program offered at UCSD Extension. The Clear Credential program is specifically for teachers with a California preliminary Single or Multiple Subject teaching credential. Topics include a program overview, application process, course registration, frequently asked questions, and formal recommendation process. Note: Course numbering change, previously offered as INFO 80017. You can call Student Services at 858-534-3400 and register over the phone for this course until the day before the scheduled start. ONLINE Instructor: Roxann Bedia, M.A. Program Representative for the Education Department at UCSD Extension. Section: 099104-5003 Course No. INFO-70035 Time/Date: Feb. 5-7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

Health Education for the Teacher

This course focuses on the need for universal health-related education. In recent years, schools have assumed the responsibility for this aspect of social development, making it vital for educators to be fully informed of the legal, moral and pedagogical implications of such instruction. The course includes an introduction to health education including topics in weight management, nutrition, physical fitness, illicit drug use, substance abuse, sex education and much more. Note: This course fulfills state health education requirements for most preliminary K-12 teaching credentials, and for the Adult and Career Technical Education credentials.

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ONLINE Instructor: Susan Tapper, Ed.D. Several years of experience teaching health education in the public schools and universities with a specialization in school health education. Section: 099105-5003 Course No. EDUC-30057 Time/Date: Jan. 13-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $255 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Claire M. Schneider, M.A. Holds a Single Subject Credential. Supplementary authorizations in English as a Second Language, Earth Science, and Introductory Physical Science. Section: 099106-5003 Course No. EDUC-30057 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $255 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Joe McCormick, M.A. Economics teacher for La Costa Canyon High School. Technology mentor for teachers and staff in the district. Section: 099107-5003 Course No. EDUC-30057 Time/Date: Feb. 3-21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $255 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Susan Tapper, Ed.D. Several years of experience teaching health education in the public schools and universities with a specialization in school health education. Section: 099108-5003 Course No. EDUC-30057 Time/Date: Feb. 10-28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $255 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Claire M. Schneider, M.A. Holds a Single Subject Credential. Supplementary authorizations in English as a Second Language, Earth Science, and Introductory Physical Science. Section: 099109-5003 Course No. EDUC-30057 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $255 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: William E. Vice, M.Ed. Instructor in the San Dieguito Unified School District where he has taught a variety of special and general education classes. Section: 099110-5003 Course No. EDUC-30057 Time/Date: Mar. 3-21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $255 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

ONLINE Instructor: Joe McCormick, M.A. Economics teacher for La Costa Canyon High School. Technology mentor for teachers and staff in the district. Section: 099111-5003 Course No. EDUC-30057 Time/Date: Mar. 17-Apr. 4 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $255 No refunds after: Mar. 18 (mpa/srb) Early enrollment advised.

Integrating Technology in Education K-12, Level 1

This course will explore the use of technology in education as a tool to enhance teaching & learning. Participants will learn & demonstrate the effective use of computer hardware & software and fundamental hardware care operations to ensure safety. Topics in this course will include legal aspects of technology in education, electronic communication tools, printed media, classroom & record management, introduction to technology uses across the curriculum & classroom, evaluation of electronic research tools & the maintenance of effective learning environments using technology in education. Note: This course fulfills state Technology requirements for most K-12 preliminary teaching credentials (level 1 technology).

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STATE CREDENTIALS & REQUIREMENTS

ONLINE Instructor: Laura J. McCormick, B.A. California Multiple Subject teaching credential, CLAD certified, with a supplemental authorization in Computer Concepts and Applications. Section: 099112-5003 Course No. EDUC-30150 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Laura J. McCormick, B.A. California Multiple Subject teaching credential, CLAD certified, with a supplemental authorization in Computer Concepts and Applications. Section: 099113-5003 Course No. EDUC-30150 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb)

For answers to questions regarding your teaching credential, contact the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing at (888) 921-2682, by email at credentials@ctc.ca.gov or at www.ctc.ca.gov

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Integrating Technology in Education K-12, Level 2

This course reviews the effective use and practical applications of technology to enhance and support teaching and learning. Using a hands-on approach, participants will learn & demonstrate competence in integrating technology in their curriculum and instructional design. Some of the topics in this course include curriculum writing, data analysis and manipulation, applications of electronic media, peer collaboration, the effective use of existing technology resources and student assessment. Note: This course is for candidates accepted into the Clear Credential Program at UCSD Extension prior to Summer 2010. If you have not been accepted to the program at UCSD Extension, you are advised to verify your coursework with the institution you plan to earn your Clear Single & Multiple Subject Credential prior to registration. ONLINE Instructor: Laura J. McCormick, B.A. California Multiple Subject teaching credential, CLAD certified, with a supplemental authorization in Computer Concepts and Applications. Section: 099114-5003 Course No. EDUC-30151 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Karen Young, M.A. Currently works for Ohio Virtual Academies, develops curriculum and instructional programs for the instructors. Section: 099115-5003 Course No. EDUC-30151 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb)

Mainstreaming the Special Child

This course will give teachers valuable skills for promoting the integration of students with special needs in the regular classroom environment. Topics include state and federal special education legislation, the characteristics of exceptional learners, behavior management and problem solving techniques, teaching strategies, and consultation skills. Note: This course fulfills state special populations requirements for most K-12 preliminary teaching credentials. Course previously numbered as EDUC 3V146.

ONLINE Instructor: William E. Vice, M.Ed. Instructor in the San Dieguito Unified School District where he has taught a variety of special and general education classes. Section: 099116-5003 Course No. EDUC-30146 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Suzanne M. Stolz, Ed.D. Education Specialist at Kids Included Together, Inc. and an Adjunct Lecturer at UCSD. Section: 099117-5003 Course No. EDUC-30146 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Lynn Smithey, M.A. Special Education Consultant, University Instructor, and M.A. in Early Childhood Special Education Section: 099118-5003 Course No. EDUC-30146 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb)

English Language Learners

This course will explore theories behind teaching in an English Language Development (ELD) setting as well as ELD’s links to language arts and to State standards-based academic content. This course will also look at current assessments & their role in curriculum design and instruction. Participants will explore issues in diversity such as learning differences & culturally responsive pedagogy in order to tap into students’ prior knowledge, experiences & strengths to enrich students’ learning and development. Note: This course is for candidates accepted into the Clear Credential Program at UCSD Extension prior to Summer 2010. If you have not been accepted to the program at UCSD Extension, you are advised to verify your coursework with the institution that will clear your Single & Multiple Subject Credential prior to registration. ONLINE Instructor: Perry Colapinto, M.A. Holds a multiple subject credential, CLAD Certificate and many years of experience working with English language learners. Section: 099119-5003 Course No. EDUC-31023 Time/Date: Feb. 3-28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/srb)

The Reading Process

All K-12 teachers need to be aware of how the reading process relates to their classroom or subject areas. Topics include the process of learning a language, reading for the bilingual/ bicultural pupil, a historical perspective on reading, reading readiness, models of reading instruction, reading as decoding, reading as comprehension, phonics, reading and learning disabilities, study skills, and modality and cognitive style as related to the teaching/ learning process. Note: This course fulfills the state Developing English Language Skills, including Reading requirement for obtaining a clear teaching credential. Students must enroll prior to the first day of class. ONLINE Instructor: Toni M. Bastian, M.A. Reading/Language Arts Instructor in the Riverside Unified School District, holds a Clear Multiple Subject Credential and a CLAD authorization. Section: 099120-5003 Course No. EDUC-30145 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Tina K. Witmer, M.S. Holds a Clear Multiple, Subject Teaching Credential, a CLAD Authorization, and Administrative Service Credential. Section: 099121-5003 Course No. EDUC-30145 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $475 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb)

U.S. Constitution Preparation Course and Examination

This course includes two informative lectures that cover essential elements of the U.S. Constitution. Participants will review and analyze the meaning of the Constitution as it was originally formulated and developed through amendments and judicial interpretation. The materials and course assignments will prepare participants to pass the U.S. Constitution Examination. Note: This course fulfills the state requirment for principles and practices of the U.S. Constitution. ONLINE Instructor: Dale Z. Pluciennik, M.A. Single Subject Teacher Credential: BCLAD (Spanish), Social Science, English, Spanish, Foundational Math. Section: 099122-5003 Course No. EDUC-30008 Time/Date: Feb. 10-28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Education Fee: $175 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb)

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This course is designed for individuals that will work with Clear Credential program candidates as a site-based mentor to establish a professional educational community, ensuring structures that support the activities of the program and coordinating collaboration and support for all program candidates. Participants will be provided with guidance, expectations, requirements, standards, candidate competencies, and procedures for observations as a site-based mentor of a candidate in the Clear Credential program. Note: You can call Student Services at 858-534-3400 and register over the phone for this course until the day before the scheduled start. ONLINE Instructor: Ylianna Romo, B.A. Holds a California Multiple Subject teaching credential and a BCLAD authorization. Section: 099124-5003 Course No. EDUC-80318 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 ONLINE Instructor: Ylianna Romo, B.A. Holds a California Multiple Subject teaching credential and a BCLAD authorization. Section: 099125-5003 Course No. EDUC-80318 Time/Date: Mar. 3-14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

Clear Credential Orientation

The Clear Credential Orientation provides candidates admitted to the Clear Credential program with an overview of the entire program, including its scope, goals, expectations, requirements, standards, competencies, the procedures regarding seeking a mentor, observations, and field experiences. Participants must be formally admitted to the Clear Credential program prior to registering for this course. Note: Participants must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. This is the first required course for all Clear Credential candidates and a prerequisite for all courses in the Clear Credential program. You must register for this course with the Letter Grade Option. If you do not then you will need to retake the course at your own expense with the Letter Grade Option before you continue in the program.

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ONLINE Instructor: Joe McCormick, M.A. Economics teacher for La Costa Canyon High School. Technology mentor for teachers and staff in the district. Section: 099126-5003 Course No. EDUC-31355 Time/Date: Jan. 13-24 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $155 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Karen Young, M.A. Currently works for Ohio Virtual Academies, develops curriculum and instructional programs for the instructors. Section: 099130-5003 Course No. EDUC-31356 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Jun. 13 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Julia Bridi, M.A. Principal in the San Diego Unified School District with many years as a Classroom Teacher, Peer Coach, Staff Developer, and Project Resource Teacher. Section: 099127-5003 Course No. EDUC-31355 Time/Date: Feb. 3-14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $155 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Ylianna Romo, B.A. Holds a California Multiple Subject teaching credential and a BCLAD authorization. Section: 099131-5003 Course No. EDUC-31356 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Jul. 25 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Ylianna Romo, B.A. Holds a California Multiple Subject teaching credential and a BCLAD authorization. Section: 099128-5003 Course No. EDUC-31355 Time/Date: Mar. 3-14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $155 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb)

Collaboration and Support for Effective Teaching

Collaboration between the clear credential program, candidates, & site-based mentors establishes a professional educational community, ensuring support throughout the program while coordinating collaboration & support for all candidates. Concurrent enrollment is required while completing the other program requirements in order to facilitate the transition from teacher preparation to a clear credential by building upon & providing opportunities for demonstration & application of pedagogical knowledge. Participants will be provided with guidance, expectations, requirements, standards, competencies, observations, & field experiences for the Clear Credential Portfolio. Note: Course for Clear Credential candidates accepted Summer 2010 or later. Concurrent enrollment is required in the following: EDUC 31357, EDUC 31358, EDUC 31359, & EDUC 31360.

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Clear Credential Site-Based Mentor Clinic

ONLINE Instructor: Karen Young, M.A. Currently works for Ohio Virtual Academies, develops curriculum and instructional programs for the instructors. Section: 099132-5003 Course No. EDUC-31356 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Jul. 25 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Heather Chell, M.A. Master’s in Reading, a Clear Multiple Subject Credential with a CLAD Emphasis, supplemental authorizations in English & Physical Education. Section: 099133-5003 Course No. EDUC-31356 Time/Date: Mar. 3-Aug. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Heather Chell, M.A. Master’s in Reading, a Clear Multiple Subject Credential with a CLAD Emphasis, supplemental authorizations in English & Physical Education Section: 099134-5003 Course No. EDUC-31356 Time/Date: Mar. 3-Aug. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Julia Bridi, M.A. Principal in the San Diego Unified School District with many years as a Classroom Teacher, Peer Coach, Staff Developer, and Project Resource Teacher. Section: 099129-5003 Course No. EDUC-31356 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Jun. 13 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb)

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Pedagogy for Effective Teaching

This course will explore the specific pedagogical skills for subject matter instruction beyond what was demonstrated for the preliminary credential. Participants will utilize the adopted academic content standards & performance levels for students, curriculum frameworks, & instructional materials in the context of teaching assignments. Topics include the use & interpretation of student assessment data; summative assessments of student academic performance to inform instruction; planning & differentiation of instructions including multi-tiered interventions as appropriate based on assessed individual; academic language & literacy and diverse learning needs for the full range of learners. Note: This course is for candidates accepted to the Clear Credential program in Summer 2010 or later. This course is a prerequisite for EDUC 31358. ONLINE Instructor: Deborah S. Oler, M.S. Reading Coach in the Corno-Norco Unified School District and with over 13 years’ experience as a classroom instructor. Section: 099135-5003 Course No. EDUC-31357 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Deborah S. Oler, M.S. Reading Coach in the Corno-Norco Unified School District and with over 13 years’ experience as a classroom instructor. Section: 099136-5003 Course No. EDUC-31357 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Claire M. Schneider, M.A. Holds a Single Subject Credential. Supplementary authorizations in English as a Second Language, Earth Science, and Introductory Physical Science. Section: 099137-5003 Course No. EDUC-31357 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Kelly S. Montes De Oca, M.A. Senior Director of Leadership in Curriculum, Instruction for Partnerships to Uplift Communities(PUC), and Master’s degree in Education. Section: 099138-5003 Course No. EDUC-31357 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb)

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ONLINE Instructor: Lisa Bologna, M.A. Master Teacher, Educator in San Diego Unified District for over 20 years, Master’s in Reading, GATE certificate, and a clear Multiple Subject Credential. Section: 099139-5003 Course No. EDUC-31357 Time/Date: Mar. 3-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Heather Chell, M.A. Master’s in Reading, a Clear Multiple Subject Credential with a CLAD Emphasis, supplemental authorizations in English & Physical Education Section: 099140-5003 Course No. EDUC-31357 Time/Date: Mar. 3-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb)

Equitable and Inclusive Learning Environments

Examination of methods to protect & support all students by designing and implementing equitable & inclusive learning environments. Participants will address planning & delivery of instruction in a manner to examine and minimize bias in classrooms, schools, and larger educational systems while using culturally responsive pedagogical practices. Topics include academic achievement for students from all ethnic, race, socioeconomic, cultural, academic, and linguistic or family background, gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and students with a combination of special instructional needs. Note: This course is for candidates accepted to the Clear Credential program in Summer 2010 or later. The prerequisite courses EDUC 31355 & EDUC 31357 must be completed prior to enrolling in this course. This course is a prerequisite for EDUC 31359. ONLINE Instructor: Ylianna Romo, B.A. Holds a California Multiple Subject teaching credential and a BCLAD authorization. Section: 099141-5003 Course No. EDUC-31358 Time/Date: Jan. 6-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Heather Chell, M.A. Master’s in Reading, a Clear Multiple Subject Credential with a CLAD Emphasis, supplemental authorizations in English & Physical Education. Section: 099142-5003 Course No. EDUC-31358 Time/Date: Jan. 6-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Toni M. Bastian, M.A. Reading/Language Arts Instructor in the Riverside Unified School District, holds a Clear Multiple Subject Credential and a CLAD authorization. Section: 099143-5003 Course No. EDUC-31358 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Feb. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Toni M. Bastian, M.A. Reading/Language Arts Instructor in the Riverside Unified School District, holds a Clear Multiple Subject Credential and a CLAD authorization. Section: 099144-5003 Course No. EDUC-31358 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Feb. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Lisa M. Charbonneau, M.A. Classroom experience with over 15 years and works within the Poway Unified School District. Section: 099145-5003 Course No. EDUC-31358 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Ylianna Romo, B.A. Holds a California Multiple Subject teaching credential and a BCLAD authorization. Section: 099146-5003 Course No. EDUC-31358 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb)

Teaching English Learners

This course will explore theories behind teaching English learners to ensure academic achievement & language proficiency for English learners. Topics include theories behind teaching in an English Language Development (ELD) setting. ELD’s links to language arts & to CA standards-based academic content. Assessments & their role in planning instruction & designing curriculum. Participants will explore issues in diversity such as learning differences & culturally responsive pedagogy to enrich learning & development, and integration of ELD in their current instructional program. Note: This course is for Clear Credential candidates admitted in Summer 2010 or later. Prerequisite courses EDUC-31355, 31357, & 31358 must completed prior to enrolling in this course. Concurrent enrollment in EDUC 31356 is required. This is a prerequisite for EDUC 31360.

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ONLINE Instructor: Perry Colapinto, M.A. Holds a multiple subject credential, CLAD Certificate and many years of experience working with English language learners. Section: 099148-5003 Course No. EDUC-31359 Time/Date: Jan. 6-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Ruth A. Pluciennik, M.Ed. Master’s in Education at UCSD as well as a BCLAD and TESOL certificate. Currently teaching Spanish in the Ramona Unified School District. Section: 099149-5003 Course No. EDUC-31359 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Ruth A. Pluciennik, M.Ed. Master’s in Education at UCSD as well as a BCLAD and TESOL certificate. Currently teaching Spanish in the Ramona Unified School District. Section: 099150-5003 Course No. EDUC-31359 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Carmen Mancia, M.S. Bilingual Language Arts Resource Teacher Specialist in the South Bay Union School District. She has over 12 years in bilingual instruction. Section: 099151-5003 Course No. EDUC-31359 Time/Date: Mar. 3-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb) ONLINE Instructor: Staff Section: 099152-5003 Course No. EDUC-31359 Time/Date: Mar. 3-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Mar. 4 (mpa/srb)

Teaching Special Populations

Clear Credential Portfolio

ONLINE Instructor: Maria D. Marrone, M.A. Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in LAUSD and extensive experience with multiple disabilities in a classroom setting. Section: 099153-5003 Course No. EDUC-31360 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Julia Bridi, M.A. Principal in the San Diego Unified School District with many years as a Classroom Teacher, Peer Coach, Staff Developer, and Project Resource Teacher. Section: 099157-5003 Course No. EDUC-31361 Time/Date: Jan. 6-24 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $175 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Maria D. Marrone, M.A. Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in LAUSD and extensive experience with multiple disabilities in a classroom setting. Section: 099154-5003 Course No. EDUC-31360 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Julia Bridi, M.A. Principal in the San Diego Unified School District with many years as a Classroom Teacher, Peer Coach, Staff Developer, and Project Resource Teacher. Section: 099158-5003 Course No. EDUC-31361 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $175 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Harriet Levine, M.Ed., M.A. M.Ed. in Multicultural Studies and an M.A. in Reading & Literacy. She is completing a Ph.D. program in Special Education. Section: 099155-5003 Course No. EDUC-31360 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Julia Bridi, M.A. Principal in the San Diego Unified School District with many years as a Classroom Teacher, Peer Coach, Staff Developer, and Project Resource Teacher. Section: 099159-5003 Course No. EDUC-31361 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Education Fee: $175 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb)

This course reviews the full range of special populations such as special education, students with disabilities, advanced learners, and students with a combination of special instructional needs. Topics include legal issues, professional responsibilities, curriculum design & instructional practices. Participants will examine their own curriculum and instructional models with respect to special population students and fostering a strengths-based community of learners. Note: Students accepted into the Clear Credential program in Summer 2010 or after should register for this course. Participants must complete the prerequisite courses EDUC 31355, EDUC 31357, EDUC 31358, & EDUC 31359 prior to enrolling in this course. Concurrent enrollment in EDUC 31356 is required. This course is a prerequisite for EDUC 31361.

The Clear Credential Portfolio serves as the culmination of your learning, observations, and field experiences from courses in the Clear Credential program. Candidates will collaborate with instructors from each course on an individual basis to determine the appropriate assignments based upon academic and professional interests to establish materials to include in the Portfolio. Although assignments will differ for candidates, everyone must submit a complete Portfolio that documents their learning, observations, field experiences, and competencies, including organized reflections and evidence of knowledge, skills, and abilities. Note: The prerequisites for this course are formal admission to the Clear Credential program and the following courses: EDUC 31355, EDUC 31356, EDUC 31357, EDUC 31358, EDUC 31359, and EDUC 31360.

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ONLINE Instructor: Lisa M. Charbonneau, M.A. Classroom experience with over 15 years and works within the Poway Unified School District. Section: 099147-5003 Course No. EDUC-31359 Time/Date: Jan. 6-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 7 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Lynn Smithey, M.A. Special Education Consultant, University Instructor, and M.A. in Early Childhood Special Education Section: 099156-5003 Course No. EDUC-31360 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/srb)

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TEACHING ADULT LEARNERS

Students pursuing the Designated Subjects credential in Adult Education or Career Technical Education should contact the appropriate credential analyst at the San Diego County Office of Education prior to enrolling in any classes.

Instructional Practices

This course explores the current and future directions in learning and adult education, focusing on successful techniques for developing relevant and effective adult-oriented educational programs and the practical application of adult learning theory. Topics include dealing with the diversity of adult learning styles, developing dynamic instructional strategies, and using learning retention techniques. The course will also cover the educational requirements for entering the field, and information for those who are preparing to teach at the community college level. Note: Requirement for Post-Secondary Instruction Emphasis in the Teaching Adult Learners Certificate. Students must enroll prior to the first day of class. Prerequistes are EDUC 30989 & EDUC 30990. ONLINE Instructor: Amy Kaufman (Castro), M.Ed. CTE program facilitator and an educational technology designer and developer of online courses for the Orange County Department of Education. Section: 099185-5003 Course No. EDUC-30053 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/nl)

Interpersonal Relations, Communication Skills, and Guidance

Adults participating in continuing education and post secondary programs reflect a wide range of interests and are of various ages and economic levels. Because we are all unique, educators must be able to facilitate effective communication among the students. Imaginative yet reality-based methodologies and techniques are presented. Topics include the principles and behavioral laws of adult learning (with attention to special populations), group dynamics and the functions of leadership, as well as guidelines for adult educational counseling. Note: This course is a core requirement for the professional certificate in Teaching Adult Learners. Students must enroll prior to the first day of class.

ONLINE Instructor: Peggy Miller, M.S. Holds a Single Subject Teaching Credential and an Administrative Services credential. Extensive experience in CTE, AE, and workforce development. Section: 099186-5003 Course No. EDUC-30054 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $245 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/nl)

Teaching and Training Adults in Diverse Settings

This course provides students with perspectives on working with adults from diverse backgrounds in divergent settings. This course focuses on the differentiation of teaching and training to build upon the educational and life experiences of adult learners. Special topics include: current issues in teaching adults; compacting content; pacing; working with non-native speakers of English; and project-based teaching and training. Note: This course is a core requirement for the professional certificate in Teaching Adult Learners. ONLINE Instructor: Karen Young, M.A. Currently works for Ohio Virtual Academies, develops curriculum and instructional programs for the instructors. Section: 099187-5003 Course No. EDUC-31266 Time/Date: Feb. 17-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 18 (mpa/nl)

Effective Strategies for Teaching and Training Adults

This course presents effective research-based strategies to maximize adult learning in a variety of contexts. Effective Strategies examines Androgogy, the science of adult learning, including the following topics: learning physiology of the adult brain; learner demands and purpose of learning for adults; roles played by instructors of adults; task-focused curriculum and instruction; creating a productive learning environment for adults; and evaluation and assessment for adult learners. Note: This course is a core requirement for the professional certificate in Teaching Adult Learners. Students must enroll prior to the first day of class. Prerequistes are EDUC 30989 & EDUC 30990.

ONLINE Instructor: Kristie Lambert, M.A. Master’s degree in TESOL, a multiple subject credential, CLAD, and ESL supplementary. Section: 099188-5003 Course No. EDUC-31267 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/nl)

Level I: The Instructional Process/Techniques of Teaching Vocational Education

This course provides the required background for teachers of vocational education subjects by explaining learning concepts and developmental skills as they relate to vocational instruction. Topics include establishing a foundation for the learning process, instructional techniques, curricula and media, instructional evaluations, the scope and function of vocational education, classroom counseling and guidance, learning styles, special needs of students, and evaluations of student achievement. Note: Level I fulfills the professional preparation requirement for the Ryan Designated Subjects Career Technical Education Full-Time Teaching Credential. ONLINE Instructor: Sherry R. Spencer, Ph.D. Doctorate in Educational Studies, Masters in Educational Administration, and Bachelors of Business Administration. Section: 099189-5003 Course No. EDUC-30007 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Feb. 28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 9 units in Education Registered nurses: 75 hours of relicensure credit. Fee: $450 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (mpa/nl)

Level II: Principles and Practices of Vocational Education

This course provides a comprehensive study of vocational education, with an emphasis on promoting excellence by exploring major factors affecting the vocational education delivery system. Topics include advanced curricula and media, cultural differences, advanced instructional evaluation, principles and practices of vocational education, community and occupational relationships and programs, special needs of advanced students, work-study programs, and intracurricular student leadership development. Note: Level II fulfills the professional preparation requirement for the Designated Subjects Career Technical Education Full-Time Teaching Credential.

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Designated Subjects Program Orientation

The Designated Subjects Program Orientation provides individuals interested in the Designated Subjects Credential Program with a clear understanding of the entire program, including its scope and goals, requirements, standards, the procedures that affect competencies, and field experience(s). Note: This orientation is mandatory for CTE and Adult Education credential applicants entering the San Diego County Credential Consortium Program.You can call Student Services at 858-534-3400 and register over the phone for this course until the day before the scheduled start. Do Not register for this course with the Not for Credit (NFC) Option. If you do then you will need retake the course at your own expense before you can continue in the program. ONLINE Instructor: Roxann Bedia, M.A. Program Representative for the Education Department at UCSD Extension. Section: 099191-5003 Course No. EDUC-80001 Time/Date: Jan. 8-10 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $30 No refunds after: Jan. 9 (mpa/nl) ONLINE Instructor: Roxann Bedia, M.A. Program Representative for the Education Department at UCSD Extension. Section: 099192-5003 Course No. EDUC-80001 Time/Date: Mar. 5-7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $30 No refunds after: Mar. 6 (mpa/nl)

Designated Subject Foundations Course

The Designated Subjects Foundations Course is mandatory for all candidates new to teaching introducing candidates to fundamental precepts and practices of education. The course provides an overview for teachers of learning concepts and developmental skills as they relate to CTE and Adult Education. Note prerequisite: EDUC 80001, DS Program Orientation. This course is mandatory for CTE and Adult Education credential candidates in the San Diego County Credential Consortium Program.

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ONLINE Instructor: Sherry R. Spencer, Ph.D. Doctorate in Educational Studies, Masters in Educational Administration, and Bachelors of Business Administration. Section: 099193-5003 Course No. EDUC-31367 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $400 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/nl)

ONLINE Instructor: Amy Kaufman (Castro), M.Ed. CTE program facilitator and an educational technology designer and developer of online courses for the Orange County Department of Education. Section: 099195-5003 Course No. EDUC-31495 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 9 units in Education Fee: $600 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb)

Designated Subjects: CTE Emphasis Course

Designated Subjects Portfolio Course

This course provides the foundation for teachers of Career Technical Education (CTE) by exploring learning concepts and developmental skills as they relate to CTE. Topics include but not limited to: Curriculum Development, Instructional Planning Skills, Instructional Strategies (including SDAIE), Students with Special Needs, Assessment and Student Achievement, Diversity & Inclusion, Classroom Management, and CTE Foundations. Note: Prerequisites are EDUC 80001 and EDUC 31367. This course is mandatory for candidates in the CTE credential program through the San Diego County Credential Consortium Program. ONLINE Instructor: Amy Kaufman (Castro), M.Ed. CTE program facilitator and an educational technology designer and developer of online courses for the Orange County Department of Education. Section: 099194-5003 Course No. EDUC-31368 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 9 units in Education Fee: $600 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/nl)

Designated Subjects: Adult Education Emphasis Course

The Adult Education Emphasis course (AEEC) provides the foundation for teachers of Adult Education (AE) by exploring learning concepts and developmental skills (including SDAIE and special needs) as they relate to Adult Education. This course meets the competencies as identified by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) Program Standards 5-13. Note: Prerequisites are EDUC 80001 and EDUC 31367. This course is mandatory for candidates in the Adult Education credential program through the San Diego County Credential Consortium Program.

The Designated Subjects Portfolio is a course that captures learning and field experiences from each of the courses and connects them together in a cohesive manner. Under the guidance of the Program faculty & District mentor, candidates will assemble a culminating portfolio. Candidates are required to present their portfolio within the context of the course. Although field assignments will differ between candidates, everyone must complete & submit a Designated Subjects Portfolio that documents their experiences, including organized reflections & evidence of knowledge, skills and abilities. Note: CTE candidate prerequistes: EDUC 80001, EDUC 31367, & EDUC 31368. AE candidate prerequistes: EDUC 80001, EDUC 31367, & EDUC 31495. This course is mandatory for CTE & AE credential program candidates through the San Diego County Credential Consortium.

Education

ONLINE Instructor: Peggy Miller, M.S. Holds a Single Subject Teaching Credential and an Administrative Services credential. Extensive experience in CTE, AE, and workforce development. Section: 099190-5003 Course No. EDUC-30060 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 9 units in Education Registered nurses: 75 hours of relicensure credit. Fee: $450 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/nl)

ONLINE Instructor: Peggy Miller, M.S. Holds a Single Subject Teaching Credential and an Administrative Services credential. Extensive experience in CTE, AE, and workforce development. Section: 099196-5003 Course No. EDUC-31369 Time/Date: Jan. 13-31 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $300 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/nl)

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CTE Advanced Training Part II

Education

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didates who have not completed two years of successful teaching. Candidates will study advanced teaching methodology and instructional technology as it is directly related to Career Technical Education. The Advanced Teaching Methods and Strategies course is also designed to support teachers’ attainment of the TPEs and CSTP’s and address the Category II teacher outcomes. Teachers complete an e-portfolio consisting of multiple lesson, unit, and course plans that reflect Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS), state adopted CTE and academic standards, as well as, CTE curriculum framework. Note: The prerequisite for this class is Part I (EDUC 31513). Successful completion of both Part I & Part II are required to fulfill the CTE Advanced Training requirement. ONLINE Instructor: Peggy Miller, M.S. Holds a Single Subject Teaching Credential and an Administrative Services credential. Extensive experience in CTE, AE, and workforce development. Section: 099197-5003 Course No. EDUC-31514 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $525 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (mpa/srb)

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Fundamentals of Teaching English as a Second Language

This course provides an overview of teaching English as a second language (ESL), beginning with a brief historical survey. Participants review basic principles of teaching ESL listening, reading, speaking, and writing, and examine the roles of teacher and learner, materials, texts, curricula, and lesson planning. In each area, instruction combines current theory, practical information, and resources. The class concludes with information on professional ESL associations, conferences, and employment locally, nationally, and abroad. Note: Requirement for Professional Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. ONLINE Instructor: Kristie Lambert, M.A. Master’s degree in TESOL, a multiple subject credential, CLAD, and ESL supplementary. Section: 099395-5003 Course No. EDUC-30018 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/aed) Early enrollment advised.

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Teaching and Testing ESL Reading and Writing Skills

This course is designed to expand or update knowledge of reading and writing theories, focusing on teaching techniques for the adult learner in a variety of educational settings. Specific skills to be discussed include skimming, scanning, inferencing, reading literature and poetry to develop critical thinking skills, journal writing, developing and revising essays, incorporating grammar, and error correction. Current and traditional issues will also be reviewed, including whole language, schema theory, connection between reading and writing, assessment, error correction, and the difference between process and product in writing. Note: Requirement for Professional Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. ONLINE Instructor: Melanie Alca, M.A. in Linguistics Holds a TESOL certificate and has several years of experience in multiple countries. Section: 099396-5003 Course No. EDUC-30544 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/aed)

Theories of Second-Language Acquisition and Application to Teaching

This course explores a variety of theories about second and foreign-language learning, and investigates the teaching methodologies that grow out of their application. Instruction focuses on several key principles that are fundamental to the teaching and learning of a second language. Course topics include the relationship between first and second language learning, the role of affective factors, order of acquisition, the concept of interlanguage, comprehending vs. producing the second language, and the role of error correction. Various methods will be demonstrated, and participants will select one as a basis for developing a lesson plan. Note: Requirement for Professional Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.

ONLINE Instructor: Ruth A. Pluciennik, M.Ed. Master’s in Education at UCSD as well as a BCLAD and TESOL certificate. Currently teaching Spanish in the Ramona Unified School District. Section: 099398-5003 Course No. LING-40031 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/aed)

Culture in the Language Classroom

It is important for students learning a new language to understand the culture connected to the language. This class will help participants develop instructional strategies and practical tools for integrating culture into a language curriculum. A definition of culture is followed by an in-depth view of American culture in particular, focusing on what are considered typical, mainstream American values. Cultural differences in the classroom will also be examined and suggestions will be provided for handling a variety of cross-cultural issues. Note: Requirement for Professional Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. ONLINE Instructor: James M. Scofield, M.A. Teacher and Administrator in ESL for over 30 years and Academic Director at ELS Language Centers in San Diego. Section: 099399-5003 Course No. EDUC-30756 Time/Date: Feb. 3-28 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $385 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (mpa/aed)

ONLINE Instructor: Stephanie M. Laqua, M.Ed. in Second Language Acquisitions ESL instructor, TESOL Certified with 21 years of experience teaching ESL and training teachers. Section: 099397-5003 Course No. LING-40031 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/aed)

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The final component of the Professional Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is a 60 hour practicum that allows candidates to test their newly developed knowledge and skills by working with an experienced ESL professional in a classroom setting. Students will work with the coordinator and receive information detailing possible placement locations, evaluation procedures, forms, and requirements for completing the practicum. Note: All students planning to complete the practicum are required to attend an orientation meeting, inperson or online. Prerequisites for this course class are as follows: EDUC 30018, EDUC 30544, EDUC 30408, LING 40000, LING 40005, EDUC 30756, and LING 40031. ONLINE Instructor: Stephanie M. Laqua, M.Ed. in Second Language Acquisitions ESL instructor, TESOL Certified with 21 years of experience teaching ESL and training teachers. Section: 099400-5003 Course No. EDUC-80061 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $385 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/aed)

TEACHING LANGUAGE ARTS

Foundations of Reading: The Power of a Literate Mind

This course addresses current theories of learning, language acquisition, and literacy and their corresponding assumptions and research. Participants will look at reading instruction practices at their sites and evaluate these practices and compare them to those in the readings and discussion of the course. Students will be exposed to various cultural and reading experiences of peer practitioners and their student populations, as well as techniques of differentiated instruction and assessment. Literacy intervention strategies that align with ongoing assessment results will also be presented. Note: This is a required course in the Reading Certificate Program. Participants must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. ONLINE Instructor: Deborah S. Oler, M.S. Reading Coach in the Corno-Norco Unified School District and with over 13 years’ experience as a classroom instructor. Section: 099220-5003 Course No. EDUC-30950 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $390 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/nl)

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Breaking the Code: From Sounds and Symbols to Making Meaning

Converging research on beginning reading instruction reveals a clearer and deeper understanding of the abilities that lead to success with reading and writing, and how children learn to read. This course addresses the twelve essential components of a researchbased program for beginning reading instruction. Through a thorough examination and discussion of these components, participants will be able to plan and orchestrate a comprehensive reading program. Case studies will be provided and participants will have the opportunity to administer assessments. Note: This is a required course in the Reading Certificate Program. Participants must have an application on file prior to enrolling in this course. It is highly recommended that you have taken Foundations of Reading prior to this class. ONLINE Instructor: Harriet Levine, M.Ed., M.A. M.Ed. in Multicultural Studies and an M.A. in Reading & Literacy. She is completing a Ph.D. program in Special Education. Section: 099221-5003 Course No. EDUC-30951 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Education Fee: $390 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/nl)

Decoding and Spelling for English Learners (3-12)

In this course participants will learn how to effectively teach language throughout the instructional day with particular emphasis on how to link language instruction to reading instruction for English learners who need additional support in spelling and decoding. Participants will explore approaches in teaching the language skills necessary for achieving the English Language Arts standards as part of regular classroom instruction and/ or through support provided to classroom teachers. Note: It is highly recommended that you have taken Foundations of Reading prior to this class. May be used as an elective for the Professional Certificate in Reading Instruction.

Working with Words: Word Study Skills and Strategies

This course is designed to provide a researchbased overview of word recognition and vocabulary development. The class will focus on ways that educators can enhance vocabulary instruction in their classrooms. Topics include strategies for teaching vocabulary and adaptations for struggling readers and writers. Participants will develop an understanding of the purpose and practice of word study in the classroom. California Language Arts Standards will be investigated and addressed through case studies and readings. Note: It is highly recommended that you have taken Foundations of Reading prior to this class. Elective for the Professional Certificate in Reading Instruction.

Education

TESOL Practicum

ONLINE Instructor: Staff Section: 099223-5003 Course No. EDUC-30957 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $260 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/nl)

Reading & Literacy Authorization Information Session

This course is designed for individuals interested in learning more about the Reading and Literacy Authorization program offered at UCSD Extension. Topics include a program overview, application process, course registration, frequently asked questions, and formal recommendation process. Note: You can call Student Services at 858-534-3400 and register over the phone for this course until the day before the scheduled start. ONLINE Instructor: Roxann Bedia, M.A. Program Representative for the Education Department at UCSD Extension. Section: 099224-5003 Course No. INFO-70042 Time/Date: Jan. 8-10 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0

ONLINE Instructor: Carmen Mancia, M.S. Bilingual Language Arts Resource Teacher Specialist in the South Bay Union School District. She has over 12 years in bilingual instruction. Section: 099222-5003 Course No. EDUC-30956 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Education Fee: $260 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/nl)

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Reading & Literacy Program Orientation

The Reading and Literacy Orientation provides candidates in the CCTC—Reading and Literacy Authorization and/or UCSD —Reading Instruction Certificate with an overview of the entire program, including its scope and goals, requirements, standards, the procedures that affect competencies, and field experience(s). Note: This is the first required course for CCTC—Reading and Literacy Authorization and/or UCSD—Reading Instruction Certificate. The prerequisite for this course is Admission to the Reading Instruction Program. This course is a prerequisite for R & L: Culture of Literacy. You can call Student Services at 858-534-3400 and register over the phone for this course until the day before the scheduled start. ONLINE Instructor: Natalie Leroux-Lindsey, M.A. Program Representative for the Education Department at UCSD Extension. Section: 099225-5003 Course No. EDUC-80012 Time/Date: Jan. 15-17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $40 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (mpa/srb)

R & L: Culture of Literacy

This course will provide candidates with awareness and knowledge of Culture of Literacy in the school context, awareness and knowledge of the culture of the student and community as it relates to literacy, awareness and knowledge of factors involved in developing a culture of literacy at the school level, and awareness and knowledge of factors involved in developing student literacy. Candidates will conduct a survey and evaluation of the culture of literacy in the fieldwork assignment Note: This is the second required course for the Reading & Literacy Authorization program. The prerequisite for this course is R & L: Orientation. This course is a prerequisite for R & L: Assessment, Intervention, & Instruction. ONLINE Instructor: Regina McDuffie, Ph.D. in Language, Literacy and Learning Head of School at The Rhoades School. She has extensive experience in school administration and classroom instruction. Section: 099226-5003 Course No. EDUC-31415 Time/Date: Jan. 27-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (mpa/srb)

R & L: Assessment, Intervention, & Instruction

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of assessment, instruction and intervention in language and literacy. Candidates will be given the opportunity to learn about, administer, and interpret a variety of assessments used for the purpose of screening, diagnosis, placement, RtI, and progress monitoring at the individual and classroom levels. Note: This is the third required course for the Reading & Literacy Authorization program. The prerequisites for this course are R & L: Orientation and R & L: Culture of Literacy. This course is a prerequisite for R & L: Research, Instruction, and Intervention.

on the elements of and factors that support/ develop an effective culture of literacy, that aligns resources to support high academic expectations for student achievement in reading and literacy, and fosters students’ independence, engagement, motivation, at the classroom, school, district, and community levels. Note: This is the fifth required course for the Reading & Literacy Authorization program. The prerequisites for this course are EDUC 80012, EDUC 31415, EDUC 31416, and EDUC 31417. This course is a prerequisite for EDUC 31419.

ONLINE Instructor: Deborah S. Oler, M.S. Reading Coach in the Corno-Norco Unified School District and with over 13 years’ experience as a classroom instructor. Section: 099227-5003 Course No. EDUC-31416 Time/Date: Feb. 24-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Feb. 25 (mpa/srb)

ONLINE Instructor: Harriet Levine, M.Ed., M.A. M.Ed. in Multicultural Studies and an M.A. in Reading & Literacy. She is completing a Ph.D. program in Special Education. Section: 099229-5003 Course No. EDUC-31418 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 6 units in Education Fee: $680 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (mpa/srb)

R & L: Research, Instruction, and Intervention

Candidates will review research pertaining to language & literacy instruction and intervention, the use of print, media, & digital resources, learn the normal progression of complexity for components of literacy instruction and how to instruct for each component, learn the implications of delays or differences in students’ literacy development, assess for intervention and modify curriculum to address student needs. Candidates will plan a lesson of formal literacy instruction that is sequential, linguistically logical, systematic, explicit, differentiated, and based upon formal and informal assessments of individual students’ progress. Note: This is the forth required course for the Reading & Literacy Authorization program. The prerequisites for this course are EDUC 80012, EDUC 31415, and EDUC 31416. This course is a prerequisite for EDUC 31418. ONLINE Instructor: Harriet Levine, M.Ed., M.A. M.Ed. in Multicultural Studies and an M.A. in Reading & Literacy. She is completing a Ph.D. program in Special Education. Section: 099228-5003 Course No. EDUC-31417 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4.5 units in Education Fee: $495 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (mpa/srb)

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R & L: Planning, Organizing, and Providing Instruction

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SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

College Counseling

Gifted and Talented Education

The College Counseling Specialized Certificate brings participants the latest in college counseling techniques and emphasizes the personal dimension of working with families during one of their most crucial transitional experiences. Skilled and enthusiastic instructors make the program a professionally valuable experience. Program now offered fully online throughout the year. Courses feature timely, comprehensive topics related to helping students make the transition to college.

UCSD Extension’s Specialized Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education offers training for educators who want to teach and develop programs for gifted and talented students. The program meets training requirements for educators, counselors, psychologists, administrators, and others responsible for GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) program services. The online program is designed for those new to gifted education and for experienced educators.

As today’s learners become more receptive to online interactive learning, e-learning represents a paradigm shift in delivering and acquiring knowledge. Participants will learn how to design, implement, assess and evaluate curriculum content and appropriate teaching methodology for the online classroom. Students will explore leading instructional technology tools, software and web-based applications.

Certificate Guidelines

Conditions for Admission

The required coursework offers a comprehensive examination of characteristics and identification, curriculum differentiation, teaching strategies, and program development for gifted and talented students in an online setting. Several courses also feature investigation and study in such specialized areas as technology, serving the second-language gifted student, and underachievement.

Students enrolled in this certificate program are required to begin with “Introduction to Online Learning” and to follow with “Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation.” These two courses set the foundation for the remaining classes in the certificate program. All new applicants to the certificate program who choose to begin the program with any of the other courses should note the required prerequistes. Although most students finish their certificate program within one year, in order to be eligible for a certificate from UC San Diego Extension, all required and elective coursework must be completed within five years of beginning a certificate program.

All candidates who wish to receive the College Counseling Certificate are required to: (1) Apply to the College Counseling certificate program. (2) Pay the application fee. (3) Complete all the required online courses with a grade of “C” or better. (4) Coursework must be completed within 5 years of beginning the program.

Required Courses (both courses are required) • Principles of College Counseling (EDUC30130) • College Counseling Strategies (EDUC30131)

Practicum (Required) • College Counseling Practicum (EDUC30132)

Elective (0 units required - for Professional Development)

Certificate Guidelines

All teachers who wish to receive the Specialized Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) are required to: • Register in the certificate program. • Pay the application fee. • Complete all four required online courses with a grade of “C” or better. • Coursework must be completed within 5 years of beginning the program.

Electives (0 units required - For Professional Development )

• Implementing a Comprehensive School Counseling Program (EDUC-31393) Cert. ID: 99771-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Education, (858) 534-9286 Email: unexeduc@ucsd.edu

• Differentiation System Design: District Initiatives (EDUC-31382) • Differentiation System Design: School Practices (EDUC-31391) • Differentiation System Design: Classroom Level (EDUC-31429) • Practicum in Gifted and Talented Education (EDUC-31518) Cert. ID: 99790-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Education, (858) 534-9286 Email: unexeduc@ucsd.edu

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Certificate Guidelines

Education

Teaching Online

Please Note

EDUC 30989 Introduction to Teaching Online and EDUC 30990 Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation are hard prerequistes for all the other courses throughout the program.

Required Courses (All six are required) • Introduction to Online Learning (EDUC-30989) • Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation (EDUC-30990) • Enhancing Your Online Course with Multimedia (CSE-40799) • Instructional Technology Tools (CSE40798) • Advanced Curriculum Design for the Online Classroom (EDUC-31231) • Teaching Online Practicum (EDUC-31232)

Elective Courses (0 units required, professional development only)

• Special Topics in Teaching Online (EDUC-31413) Cert. ID: 99826-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Education, (858) 534-9286 Email: unexeduc@ucsd.edu

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Reading Instruction

The Reading and Literacy Added Authorization prepares teachers in reading and literacy using a solid curriculum that expands their basic assumptions and knowledge of reading foundations, reading assessment, reading research, reading intervention, reading strategies and the design of effective literacy models. Building literate classrooms across subject matters and preparing students to become fluent, independent readers has become a major emphasis in all school districts. This program is designed to help credential teachers meet local, state, and federal requirements. The Commission on Teacher Credentialing serves at the approving agency in the State of California. The Reading and Literacy Added Authorization program is geared towards teachers with the potential to become leaders and mentors in the area of reading. It will provide educators with the right tools to improve student achievement. Candidates admitted under the previous Reading Certificate program will still have the opportunity to complete coursework in that program. Candidates in the previous program should plan on completing all their coursework requirements by Fall 2013.

Guidelines This Authorization, when held in conjunction with a prerequisite credential authorizes the holder to provide the following services to students at one or more school sites, at the grade levels authorized by the prerequisite credential: (1) provide student assessment in reading, and student instruction that is responsive to the assessments; (2) develop, implement and adapt reading instruction, and assist teachers with respect to the prevention and intervention of reading difficulties; and (3) may perform those services at one or more school sites at the grade levels authorized by their prerequisite teaching credential.

State Board Requirements

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REQUIRED COURSES (all six courses are required) Reading & Literacy Program Orientation R & L: Culture of Literacy R & L: Assessment, Intervention, & Instruction R & L: Research, Instruction, and Intervention R & L: Planning, Organizing, and Providing Instruction Reading and Literacy Portfolio

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Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC). All courses are CCTC approved; therefore once participants complete the program, they will be eligible to earn an official Reading Certificate from the Commission on Teacher Credentialing.All courses in the program must be completed with a Letter Grade of “C� or higher to be eligible for the Reading and Literacy Added Authorization.

Industry Requirements If you do not meet the requirements for the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) Added Authorization you may still earn a Reading Instruction Professional Certificate from UCSD Extension.

Conditions for Admission A completed application must be on file before enrolling in the courses. To request a program application, please contact the Education Department directly by phone at (858)5349286 or email unexeduc@ucsd.eduAlthough most students finish the program within one-to-two years, in order to be eligible for a certificate from UC San Diego Extension and a CCTC Reading and Literacy Added Authorization, all required coursework must be completed within five years of being admitted to the current program.

Please Note Different coursework is required in the new Reading and Literacy Added Authorization program.

Education

New program standards for the Reading Certificate (now referred to as Reading and Literacy Added Authorization under the new standards) have been adopted by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

Advisors Morgan Appel

Director of Education Programs UC San Diego Extension

Cheryl Forbes

Lecturer UCSD Teacher Education Program

Chris Halter

Faculty Member UC San Diego Education Studies Department

Harriet Levine

Reading Specialist Goleta Union School District

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99729-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Education, (858) 534-9286 E-mail: unexeduc@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Candidates admitted under the previous Reading Certificate program will still have the opportunity to complete coursework in that program. Candidates in the previous program should plan on completing all their coursework requirements by Fall 2014.

This program is aligned with the Reading and Literacy Added Authorization requirements and standards established by the California

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Teaching Adult Learners The Teaching Adult Learners Professional Certificate is an online certificate program. The program is designed to prepare you to work with groups of adult learners in diverse and challenging environments. Whether you work in an educational or corporate setting, understanding how to teach and train adults can build effective management skills, make your classrooms much more effective and engaging, and ultimately advance your career to new levels of success.

Guidelines All candidates who wish to receive the Teaching Adult Learners Professional Certificate are required to: (1) Enroll in the Teaching Adult Learners certificate program. (2) Pay the certificate fee. (3) Complete all the required online courses with a grade of “C” or better. (4) Coursework must be completed within 5 years of beginning the program. Students enrolling in “Instructional Technology Tools” must first complete “Introduction to Online Learning” and “Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation.”

State Board Requirements Students in this certificate program are strongly encouraged to begin the program by completing the required courses first. EDUC 30989 Introduction to Teaching Online and EDUC 30990 Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation are hard prerequistes for all the other courses throughout the program.

Industry Requirements If you wish to take one of the Teaching Adult Learners Professional Certificate online courses for professional development without registering for the program, you may do so. Simply register for an available section.

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REQUIRED COURSES (All 11 are required) Introduction to Online Learning Foundations of Curriculum Design and Evaluation Foundations of Adult Education Interpersonal Relations, Communication Skills, and Guidance Teaching and Training Adults in Diverse Settings Effective Strategies for Teaching and Training Adults

POST-SECONDARY INSTRUCTION EMPHASIS (Complete all courses listed in area) Instructional Practices Current Issues in Adult Education Preparing for a Community College Career Instructional Technology Tools Adult Learners Capstone Portfolio

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Conditions for Admission This is an opportunity to enhance your existing area of expertise and become a skilled and engaging trainer in an educational or corporate setting. The program will develop your abilities to: (1) Understand how to teach and train adults in diverse settings. (2) Create effective curriculum and successful training sessions. (3) Build professional management skills to advance your career.

Advisors Tony Alfaro

Principal Chula Vista Adult School

Christine Bagwell

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99737-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Education, (858) 534-9286 E-mail: unexeduc@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Manager of Instructional WWW Development Center University of California San Diego

Lisa Bonebrake

Director Collaborations of Teachers and Artists

Cynthia Schubert-Irastorza

Co-Chair, Teacher Education Department National University

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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

This program allows participants to acquire the specialized training and skills needed for a successful career teaching English as a second language, either in the U.S. or in another country. The program provides the major competencies and knowledge necessary to be a specialist in the TESOL field, with a focus on the development of practical classroom skills and effective teaching techniques, plus a foundation in secondlanguage acquisition theory. Each class covers concepts, methods, techniques, materials, and resources directly applicable to the classroom. The courses will be as useful to the experienced second language teacher as well as the novice. The Program is geared to meet the needs of teachers or potential teachers at all levelselementary, secondary, college, or adult. It will also greatly benefit foreign language teachers seeking professional development, including TESOL teachers who would like to know more about second-language acquisition, program administrators or coordinators responsible for the development of TESOL curriculum. In addition, the material covered will help teachers currently teaching or training in school English immersion programs.

Guidelines All teachers who wish to receive the Professional Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) are required to: (1) Register in the certificate program. (2) Pay the application fee. (3) Complete all the required online and inclass courses with a grade of “C” or better. (4) Coursework must be completed within 5 years of beginning the program.

Industry Requirements If you wish to take one of the TESOL online and in-class courses for professional development without registering for the program, you may do so. Simply register for an available section.

Conditions for Admission Native speaker of English or one of the following language proficiency scores: 79 Internetbased (iBT) TOEFL; 760 TOEIC; 6.0 IELTS; or “pass” on the FCE or Advanced Cambridge exams.

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UCSD Extension’s Professional Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) offers coursework online and in-class.

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Please Note Although most students finish this certificate program within one to two years, in order to be eligible for a certificate from UC San Diego Extension, all required and elective coursework must be completed within five years of beginning a certificate program.

Advisors

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99742-5003

Gretchen Bitterlin

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Education, (858) 534-9286 E-mail: unexeduc@ucsd.edu

Mary Ellen Butler-Pascoe

To Enroll in Courses

Professor, ABE/ESL Program San Diego Community College District Director of TESOL Alliant International University

Patricia Fernández

Resource Teacher, Sunnyslope School South Bay Union School District

Cheryl Forbes

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Regional Director California Reading & Literature Project

Grant Goodall

Director, Linguistics Language Program Linguistics Department, UCSD

Donna Heath

Senior Director, English Learner Services San Diego County Office of Education

Claire Ramsey

Associate Professor, Education Studies Department UCSD

David Toledo Sarracino

Subdirector (Assc. Dean), Facultad de Idiomas (Lang. Dept.) Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, Tijuana

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Engineering Building a Better Future

Engineering

Engineering professionals know they must stay up to date with the latest trends to keep their careers on-track and support the technological and economic advancement of their organizations. Delivering expert instruction with hands-on experience, the Engineering programs give students the opportunity to master several areas.

spot light.

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) I Explore the basic elements of networking in a Cisco environment. You will begin to identify and describe the functions of the OSI reference model, list the internetworking functions of the OSI Network layer, describe the function of a MAC address, and much more. This course also prepares you for the CCNA exam. See page 112 for details. Do you know GIS? More widespread use of geographic information system (GIS) technology allows firms to use geographic data to make better business and planning decisions. The GIS certificate program will ensure that you become sufficiently grounded in theory of GIS to make informed use of existing applications and gain the practical skills needed to construct new applications in the physical or social realms. See page 117 for details.

Be a part of the Biofuels movement! With increasing pressure on fossil fuels and the movement to develop clean, renewable alternative energy, the biofuels sector is set to grow at an impressive pace. Explore one of the two new programs focusing on Biofuels The programs will give a comprehensive view of the landscape of biofuels research and production. Get started this winter with “Introduction to Biofuels”. See pages 115-116 for details or visit extension.ucsd.edu/biofuels. PE Reviews Become the licensed professional engineer that many San Diego companies are looking for. Extension’s Professional Engineering (PE) Reviews will give you a complete, in-depth review of exam material and study tips to help you pass the state exam. Choose from four different reviews. See page 113-114 for details.

Contact Us Engineering Phone: (858) 534-9351 Email: unexengr@ucsd.edu Assistant Director Tony Babaian Phone: (858) 534-9357 Director Hugo Villar Phone: (858) 534-9354 Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/engineering

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Engineering Design Design is an essential aspect in engineering. It is used in every process step: from concept, to prototype to production. At some point, most engineers are required to be part of a design process. Whether you are a novice are expert in engineering design, we have various programs to help meet your needs. • Geometric Dimensioning and • 3D Max I Tolerancing (GD&T) for Effective • Computer Aided Design Using CATIA V5 Design and Producibility • Revit I & II • SolidWorks

Communications Engineering. . . . . . . . 110 Electronic Filter Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Introduction to OFDMA and 4G Systems. . . . . . . . . 110 DSP I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Software Defined Radios. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Applied DSP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Underwater Acoustics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Microwave Test & Measurement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 RF System Design for Wireless Communications . . . 111

Defense Applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 C4ISR I: C4ISR Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111

Embedded Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Introduction to Embedded Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Embedded Controller Programming II: Embedded C. 111 Embedded Controller Programming III: Real-Time Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Embedded Computer Hardware Interfacing. . . . . . . 112

Certificate Programs • AutoCAD—p. 115 For more information: unexengr@ucsd.edu extension.ucsd.edu/engineering

Engineering Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Computer Aided Design Using CATIA V5. . . . . . . . . 112 SolidWorks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) for Effective Design and Produciblity. . 112

General Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112

HVAC Systems Design & Control . . . . . 113 HVAC DDC Basics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113

Integrated Circuit Design . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Mixed Signal Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 FPGA I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113

Professional Engineering Reviews & Advanced Studies . . . . . . . . 113

Certificate Programs PROFESSIONAL • Embedded Computer Engineering • Systems Engineering SPECIALIZED • Digital Signal Processing • Embedded Computer Software • Geographical Information Systems

Customized Corporate Training

• HVAC Systems Design and Control • Integrated Circuit Design Engineering • Lean Enterprise • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt • RF Engineering • Video and Imaging Technologies • Wireless Engineering

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Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) I. . . . . . . 112 GIS Capstone Project. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 GIS II: Spatial Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112

Fundamentals of Engineering: EIT Review. . . . . . . . 113 PE Civil Review. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 PE Electrical Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114

Systems Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Systems Synthesis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Systems Hardware/Software Integration . . . . . . . . . 114 Systems Engineering Software Overview. . . . . . . . . 114 Systems Engineering with OMG SysML™. . . . . . . . 114

Proficiency Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 AutoCAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115

Specialized Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Biofuels Processes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Biofuels Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Digital Signal Processing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Embedded Computer Software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Geographical Information System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HVAC Systems Design and Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . Integrated Circuit Design Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . Lean Enterprise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RF Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terrestrial Carbon Accounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Video and Imaging Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wireless Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Embedded Computer Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Systems Engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121

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• Specialized Certificate in Video and Imaging Technologies—p. 119

Electronic Filter Design

˜This course will cover the analysis and

Engineering

design of lumped and distributed resonators and filters. The resonator topics include series, parallel, tapped inductor, tapped capacitor, and microstrip resonant circuits. The filter topics include low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, microstrip step impedance, and coupled line filters. Conversion of lumped elements to distributed elements, tuning the filter response, and physical design of low-pass and high-pass filters are also illustrated in this course. All the resonator and filter designs are followed by examples using state of the art electronic design automation (EDA) tools that closely parallels the latest tools and techniques used in industry. IN-CLASS Instructor: Ali Behagi, Ph.D., IEEE Member, Educational Consultant, Former Penn State Instructor. Section: 099591-5003 Course No. EE-40169 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 150, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Electrical Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

Introduction to OFDMA and 4G Systems

Learn the fundamentals of OFDMA and the key 4G systems based on this technology. The first part of the course is to understand the basic principles of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing and its advantages in a mobile system. Different parameters impacting the performance of the OFDMA systems such as Guard time and cyclic extensions, number of subcarriers, synchronization, fundamentals of FFT, optimum timing in presence of multipath, sensitivity to phase noise, time errors and frequency errors will be discussed. The course then provides an overview of Mobile IP followed by the introduction of the major 4G systems such as LTE and WiMAX. The physical layer and channels, Layer 2 and logical/transport channels and signaling are covered. The course concludes with the comparison of the 4G systems. ONLINE Instructor: Andreas Falkenberg, Ph.D. Founder, Dr. Falkenberg Technology Consulting Inc. Section: 099364-5003 Course No. EE-40163 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

DSP I

Gain a practical introduction to techniques required for understanding, specifying, and designing DSP systems. Topics include DSP system architecture, the theory of signal processing, sampling, anti-aliasing, convolution, and digital filters. A practical understanding of the mathematical basis of signal processing is developed through algorithm design examples and demonstration. The course is geared toward interested hardware and software engineers, and scientists who need to know the fundamental techniques used in the rapidly expanding field of digital signal processing. Note: Basic programming experience required. An elementary understanding of electronics and calculus is recommended.

Software Defined Radios

Gain an introduction to Software Defined Radios (SDR) and their applications. The course will provide an overview of SDRs and use current developments and implementations to discuss the benefits and the unique challenges of SDR development and deployment. The software aspects of SDRs will be emphasized with a focus on military applications and developments. Note: No prerequisites are required. However, knowledge of fundamental elements of radio communications and software development will be extremely beneficial. IN-CLASS Instructor: Tony Rouphael, Ph.D. Cheif Engineer, Technical Fellow, Northrop Grumman. Section: 099366-5003 Course No. EE-40128 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Electrical Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

Applied DSP

Do you want to know how to apply the basic concepts of digital signal processing to real world applications? This course will review signal processing basics with an emphasis on the practical application of fundamental concepts in DSP. DSP processors, system architectures and supporting circuitry such as ADCs and DACs are discussed. You will also explore the basic concepts of programming for real time applications are introduced. Note: A fundamental understanding of Calculus is recommended to obtain maximum benefit from this course. ONLINE Instructor: James D. Broesch, P.E. 25+ years experience, research and development Section: 099367-5003 Course No. ECE-40164 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

ONLINE Instructor: Kadayam Thyagarajan, Ph.D. Sr. Scientist, Micro USA Section: 099365-5003 Course No. ECE-40016 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

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Gain an understanding of underwater acoustics and sonar system design in this introductory course. The course provides an overview of the ocean as an acoustic medium and discusses the impact of the environment on the propagation of sound including: bottom bounce, direct path, layers, sound channels and convergence zone effects. The sonar equations (active, passive, and narrowband) are presented from both a systems and operational perspective. Applications of the sonar equations are presented with a focus on system performance in submarine and mine detection. IN-CLASS Instructor: Anthony Genna, MSEE System design engineer. Section: 099382-5003 Course No. MAE-40011 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

Microwave Test & Measurement

The course contains an introduction to RF/ Microwave parameters, measurement principles and test techniques used in the industry. It provides detailed lectures on various RF/ Microwave test and measurement methods and equipment specifications. Some software based tools used in engineering simulations, design and evaluation are discussed. Network and Spectrum analyses are demonstrated. IN-CLASS Instructor: Tony E. Babaian, P.E. Assistant Director, Engineering Programs, UCSD Extension. Section: 099368-5003 Course No. EE-40149 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 24; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Electrical Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (hov/teb)

RF System Design for Wireless Communications

This course looks at the characteristics and benefits RF systems in Wireless applications. Topics include: system blocks and their functions; determination of circuit specifications from system architecture requirements; calculation of critical system characteristics; sensitivity requirements; frequency planning; tradeoffs between various blocks in a system; statistical analysis as a tool to predict system response and shortfalls for optimal system design; effect of temperature changes; mass production issues; system measurements; and CAD tools. Note: Students should be familiar with the principles of RF engineering.

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ONLINE Instructor: Reza Moazzam, Ph.D. RF Systems Architect, NXP Semiconductor, Inc. Section: 099369-5003 Course No. EE-40098 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical Engineering Fee: $800 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

DEFENSE APPLICATIONS

C4ISR I: C4ISR Overview

Command, Control, Communication, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) is the broad categorization of the military’s efforts to develop information systems and processes for using information in operational decision making. This course will describe this evolution, particularly in regards to Network Centric Warfare (NCW), the core of current C4ISR efforts. Also covered is an overview of the DoD attempts to develop new C4ISR technologies. It will emphasize contemporary issues in technology development, procurement and employment. It is appropriate for both managers and engineers. IN-CLASS Instructor: Joseph A. Bulger, MSPM Managing Member, Boarhog LLC; Executive VP, AFCEA San Diego. Section: 099370-5003 Course No. CSE-40952 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 24; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 4 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (hov/teb)

EMBEDDED ENGINEERING

Introduction to Embedded Systems

Learn the elements of digital logic design required for study in embedded computer design. Topics include: number systems, codes, Boolean algebra, logic gates, small and medium scale integrated circuits, tristate devices, memories, combinational circuits and sequential circuits. The course also provides an overview of foundations of electronics, including elementary DC and AC circuit theory, semiconductor diode and the transistor model, feedback, oscillation and elementary digital gate responses. Note: Knowledge of physics and calculus is expected. ONLINE Instructor: Donald G. Thomas, Ph.D. Operating Networks and IT Consultant Section: 099372-5003 Course No. ECE-40153 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

Embedded Controller Programming II: Embedded C

This course emphasizes the differences between desktop C and embedded C with hands-on assignments using an SDK. Building upon the previous course, level II covers unique requirements of embedded development, embedded C tools and environment, basic interfacing to displays and keypads, basic interrupt driven C programming and the practical aspects of embedded development. Note mandatory prerequisite: “Embedded Controller Programming I”. Please do not enroll otherwise. ONLINE Instructor: William A. Gatliff, M.S. Independent consultant, Design and Development of Embedded Systems. Section: 099373-5003 Course No. ECE-40091 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

Embedded Controller Programming III: Real-Time Programming

This advanced programming course covers real-time event-driven applications with instant and reliable access to systems resources for embedded microcontrollers. Topics include: low-level microcontroller programming, hardware aspects, interruptdriven programming, semaphores, I/O, timers and signal conversion. Practical application of embedded controllers to actual event-driven system designs and to problem handling is emphasized. Note mandatory prerequisites:“Embedded Controller Programming I and II”. Otherwise, please do not enroll.

Engineering

Underwater Acoustics

IN-CLASS Instructor: Xun Luo, Ph.D. Staff Research Engineer, Qualcomm. Section: 099374-5003 Course No. ECE-40097 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:20 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 24; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (hov/teb)

Free Climate Change Course! Extension is offering its first massive online open course (MOOC). This free, online course will review climate change from a variety of perspectives at the intersection of the natural sciences, technology, and the social sciences and humanities. See page 227 or visit ocw.ucsd.edu for more information.

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Embedded Computer Hardware Interfacing

Gain hands-on experience with the practical hardware and software techniques used to connect a micro-controller to various peripheral devices used in embedded systems. The course begins with a brief review of digital interfacing, and focuses on the following topics: parallel interfaces; isolated I/O; serial transmission (RS- 232, 422, 485); simple sensors and actuators. The interfaces covered include keyboards, displays, multiplexing, bus interfacing, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, I2C, DMA, sensors, actuators, and other peripheral devices. Practical exercises give the student hands-on experience. Note prerequisite: “Embedded Controller Hardware Design.” ONLINE Instructor: Donald G. Thomas, Ph.D. Operating Networks and IT Consultant. Section: 099375-5003 Course No. ECE-40098 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

ENGINEERING DESIGN

Engineering

LAB CLASS

Computer Aided Design Using CATIA V5

CATIA V5 integrates a suite of collaborative product design software applications covering Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). This course will teach the student the basic concepts of 3D CAD modeling with handson training on CATIA V5. Students will learn basic Part Modeling, Surface Modeling, Assembly Design and 2D drafting using CATIA V5 software. Engineers in fields including aerospace, automotive, medical, shipbuilding and construction depend on CAD for developing, documenting, communicating and creating design concepts. CATIA V5 is gaining in popularity among the most innovative companies in the technology sector. Note: Recommended working knowledge of Windows based software and user interfaces, and mechanical design experience. Early Enrollment is Strongly recommended. IN-CLASS Instructor: Michael DeSpenza, M.S. Mechanical Engineer, Medical Device, Robotics and Aerospace Industries. Section: 099468-5003 Course No. ECE-40216 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 132, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $895 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (hov/avy)

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˜This course will be a hands-on approach

to learning the Computer Aided Design and Analysis software SolidWorks. In the course, you will learn the basics of 3D modeling, including building parts, assemblies, technical drawings, Finite Element Analysis, Motion Analysis, and Fluid analysis. In addition to learning the skills of how to use the software, instruction will be given explaining some of the background needed for good design practices. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kurt A. Talke, MSME Mechanical engineer, SPAWAR SSC Pacific. Section: 099376-5003 Course No. MAE-40028 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 13 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 22 (hov/teb)

Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) for Effective Design and Produciblity

Discover the importance of design tolerance selection as a means to enhance producibility. This workshop provides extensive insight into a function-based design approach, using GD&T and other established tools and methods. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of “tolerancing for producibility” to ensure design intent and optimized manufacturing are achieved. Topics include: Practical application of GD&T per ASME Y14.5M-1994 (and ASME Y14.5-2009) for engineering drawings/model based product definition; impact of GD&T controls on Manufacturing; insights into inspection criteria; and benefits of function based design. IN-CLASS Instructor: Raymond A. Wheeler, M.S. Consultant and Instructor, GD&T; Senior Level Certified GD&T Professional. Section: 099455-5003 Course No. AMES-40074 Time/Date: W, Th & F 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mar. 5-7 (3 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in AMES Fee: $750 No refunds after: Mar. 5 (hov/avy)

GENERAL ENGINEERING SEE ALSO

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Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) I

˜This initial Cisco Certified Network

Associate course will address the fundamentals of local area networking (LAN). Students will learn about Ethernet LANs, wireless LANs (WLAN), and LAN connections. This

will include securing the network, transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP), troubleshooting switches, WLAN security, and constructing a network address scheme. Finally, building a medium size network. This course will help prepare the student for the Cisco CCNA certification exam. IN-CLASS Instructor: Ahmed Ragab, MBA Instructor, CCNA and CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional & Associate) Section: 099377-5003 Course No. CSE-41186 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 132, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $700 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/teb)

GIS Capstone Project

˜The GIS capstone course consists of

an individual guided research project and report, integrating the knowledge and skills learned in the four prerequisite GIS courses. The course will take the student from project proposal and research design to implementation, results, and analysis. Basic project management techniques will be explored and employed including project outlines and milestones. Students will use the GIS functionality found within ESRI ArcGIS software as a tool to complete their projects. The final deliverables of this course are a completed research project report and poster. ONLINE Instructor: Jason Batchelor, M.A. Sr. GIS Analyst, San Diego County. Section: 099465-5003 Course No. ECE-40272 Time/Date: Jan. 21-Mar. 18 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 27 (hov/teb)

GIS II: Spatial Analysis

Continuing in this course, students extend their knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS), with a focus on spatial data analysis. Students will learn to analyze spatial data using interpolation, contours, data intersections and overlay analysis. GIS spatial analysis applications for Defense, Urban Planning, Health and Environmental Studies will be included. This course will use the GIS software ArcGIS by ESRI. Prerequisite: Completion of GIS1 or a comparable GIS background. ONLINE Instructor: Heidi Batchelor, M.A. Programmer/Analyst, Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Section: 098781-5003 Course No. ECE-40246 Time/Date: Jan. 10-Mar. 7 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (hov/teb)

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HVAC DDC Basics

Covering the basics of Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Direct Digital Controls (DDC), this course enables students to understand the simple basic fundamentals of HVAC DDC Systems Design. Topics include: the six steps of HVAC DDC System Design, DDC Controllers, Control Systems and Activities and the foundation for learning practical designs and advanced HVAC DDC Control and networking. This course is recommended for anyone involved with HVAC DDC Systems, including HVAC designers, building engineers and recent college graduate engineers. ONLINE Instructor: Frank Shadpour, M.S., ASHRAE Fellow President, SC Engineers, Inc. Section: 099456-5003 Course No. AMES-40170 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Feb. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in AMES Fee: $625 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (hov/avy)

INTEGRATED CIRCUIT DESIGN

Mixed Signal Design

Applying new skills to a variety of design applications, such as wireless communications, digital audio, and digital telephony, SOC design involving mixed-signal processing, analog/digital conversion has become extremely important. This course covers fundamentals of data converters, Nyquist-rate converters, discrete-time signal processing, central concept of oversampling and noiseshaping, and delta-sigma modulators. Note: Knowledge of Digital and Analog circuits is required. IN-CLASS Instructor: John Eldon, Ph.D. Engineering Consultant. Section: 099457-5003 Course No. ECE-40244 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 4 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 151, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (hov/avy)

FPGA I

Acquire FPGA skills that are needed in industries such as aerospace, medical, communications, industrial control, defense and others. This course discusses Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) architectures, HDL synthesis/ place and route, functional simulations, FPGA configuration, hardware validation and embedded MCU solutions. The course curriculum consists of lectures that teach a broad range of FPGA design topics, while hands on laboratory experiments exercise lecture content. Note: Enrolled students

may purchase the course kit set consisting of the Nexys™ 3 Spartan-6 FPGA Board and USB to serial cable from Digilent Inc. by visiting www.digilentinc.com. IN-CLASS Instructor: David Kinman, MSEE Staff Engineer and lead Digital Design Engineer, Northrop-Grumman. Section: 099458-5003 Course No. ECE-40170 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 5 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (hov/avy)

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING REVIEWS & ADVANCED STUDIES

Fundamentals of Engineering: EIT Review

Passing the California Board of Professional Engineers’ FE/EIT exam is the first step under California law to become a licensed professional engineer. This course offers applicants a review of the subjects covered on the FE/EIT general portion of the exam. Strategies for taking the exam are provided. Solutions to problems likely to appear in the exam will be reviewed. Topic experts will participate as guest instructors. Note: Early Enrollment is strongly recommended at least 2 weeks before the start of class. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jorge Meneses, Ph.D., P.E. 20+ years experience, geotechnical earthquake engineering. Jim A. Tello, M.S. Ambassador of Rock,Competitor Group. Joy Eacuya, M.S., ECE Project Manager, UCSD Computing and Telecommunications Department. Gregory M. Sobko, Ph.D. Senior Instructor, ITT Technical Institute Ved Pathak. Section: 099463-5003 Course No. AMES-80006 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., 4 W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 22; no mtg. Jan. 18, Feb. 15; (13 mtgs., 4 W mtgs. Jan. 15 – Feb. 5) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $725 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (hov/avy)

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Review the subjects covered on the State of California’s exam for licensed civil engineers. Topics covered include: environmental, geotechnical, and structural engineering; transportation; and water resources. The course also covers examples of civil engineering problems found on the PE exam and offers pertinent testing strategies. Topic experts will participate as guest instructors. Note: Early Enrollment in PE Civil is strongly recommended at least 2 weeks before the start of class. The PE Civil Review and PE Seismic Review will run consecutively in summer quarter to accommodate students preparing to take both the PE Civil and PE Seismic NCEES exams in the summer exam period. IN-CLASS Instructor: John Eldon, Ph.D. Engineering Consultant. Lianne Bell, S.E. Structural Engineer, KPFF Consulting Engineers Jorge Meneses, Ph.D., P.E. 20+ years experience, geotechnical earthquake engineering. Shiv C. Gupta, BSME, MSEM, MBA Mechanical Engineer, Hamilton Sundstrand. Brooke Emery. Geoff Warcholik, S.E. Section: 099466-5003 Course No. AMES-80007 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., 7 W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 22; no mtg. Jan. 18, Feb. 15 (16 mtgs., 7 W mtgs Jan. 15-Feb. 26) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego. Credit: Not for credit Fee: $899 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (hov/avy)

Fine Art Classes Get hands-on! Sharpen your eye and express yourself creatively. Learn more at extension.ucsd.edu/arts

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PE Electrical Review

Engineering

Receive a thorough review for the PE Electrical and Computer licensing exam for the State of California. The course will cover the Power Section only: circuit theory fundamentals; 3-phase analysis, transformers; time and frequency response; power generations, transmission lines, and rotating machines; measurements and instrumentation, NEC codes and standards. The course is updated per the specifications of NCEES to the extent applicable when they are available in time. Note: Early Enrollment is strongly recommended at least 2 weeks before the start of class. Student binders/course materials will be printed based on enrollments 2 weeks before class. Late enrollees may have a short delay on receipt of binders. This course is typically offered once a year, during winter quarter. IN-CLASS Instructor: Juan del Rosario, MSEE PE Electronics Engineering Test Director, SPAWAR Shiv C. Gupta, BSME, MSEM, MBA Mechanical Engineer, Hamilton Sundstrand. Section: 099467-5003 Course No. AMES-80004 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., 2 Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 25-Mar. 27, no mtg. Feb. 1, Feb. 15. Mar. 8, Mar. 22; (8 mtgs., 2 Th mtgs. Mar. 6-27) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $899 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (hov/avy)

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

Systems Synthesis

Bridge the gap on a development program between the verification process and completion of the requirements work, resulting in the availability of a specification for an item or items. This course covers three essential activities which are information and material transformations, product design, material acquisition through procurement and manufacturing. Focus is placed on how the system engineer relates to this work and is primarily involved in interface integration; design development including original design, design changes and configuration management, procurement including dealing with data management of SDRL; risk management; design reviews; and product integration cases studies. IN-CLASS

Instructor: Jeffrey O’Grady, M.S., ESEP, INCOSE Fellow and Founder. Owner, JOG System Engineering. Section: 099459-5003 Course No. ECE-40206 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (hov/avy)

Systems Hardware/Software Integration

Learn the application of systems engineering to the integration of HW-SW systems. You will discuss the HW versus SW development process; the co-design and verification of HW-SW system components; the selection of HW and SW solutions; case studies on integration issues; techniques for partitioning of system-level functions and requirements to HW/SW components; practical process templates and design checklists; the CMM-I for measuring the maturity of your activity; and systems engineering tools as they apply to SW development. ONLINE Instructor: Edward L. Fields, Ph.D. Requirements modeling methodologies instructor, Hughes Aircraft and Raytheon Systems Company. Section: 099460-5003 Course No. EE-40060 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (hov/avy)

Systems Engineering Software Overview

Obtain a top-level understanding of software engineering processes and the associated software development methodologies and tools. You will learn about current software initiatives and issues including: software development processes; software life cycles; objectoriented technology; reuse; advances in commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) computer hardware; basic capabilities of key COTS software components (e.g. operating systems, databases, graphical user interface (GUI) builders); software process improvement initiatives; metrics; and software estimating. ONLINE Instructor: Kevin Domzalski Metrics Analysis Group (MAG) Lead for Mission Solutions, BAE Systems. Section: 099461-5003 Course No. ECE-40039 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Electrical & Computer Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (hov/avy)

Systems Engineering with OMG SysML™

Be introduced to model-driven systems engineering using the UML Profile for Systems Engineering (OMG SysML™). You will apply systems engineering principles in developing a comprehensive model of a solution to the class problem, using modern systems engineering development tools and a development methodology tailored to OMG SysML. The methodology begins with the presentation of a desired capability and leads you through the performance of activities and the creation of work products to support requirements definition, architecture description and system design. The metholdology offers suggestions for how to transition to specialty engineering, with an emphasis on interfacing with software engineering activities. Note: Students will be expected to produce a comprehensive model as the deliverable for the course using OMG SysML™. Be introduced to model-driven systens engineering using the UML Profile for Systems Engineering (OMG SysML™). You will apply systems engineering principles in developing a comprehensive model of a solution to the class problem, using modern sustems engineering development tools and a development methodology tailored to OMG SysML. The methodology begins with the presentation of a desired capability and leads you through the performance of activites and the creation of work products to support requirements definition, architecture description and system design. The methodology offers suggestions for how to transition to specialty engineering, with an emphasis on interfacing with software engineering activites. Note: Student will be expected to produce a comprehensive model as the deliverable for the course using OMG SysML™. Go to course webdite or call (858) 534-9351 for more information.therefore use of a modeling tool is required. ONLINE Instructor: James D. Baker, M.S. Software Engineer, BAE Systems; Sun Certified Java Programmer; OMG-Certified UML Professional. Section: 099462-5003 Course No. CSE-40981 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $750 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (hov/avy)

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Engineering SPECIALIZED • Digital Signal Processing • Embedded Computer Software • HVAC Systems Design and Control • Geographical Information Systems • Integrated Circuit Design Engineering • Lean Enterprise • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt • RF Engineering • Terrestrial Carbon Accounting • Video and Imaging Technologies • Wireless Engineering PROFESSIONAL • Embedded Computer Engineering • Systems Engineering

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

AutoCAD

Biofuels Processes

The Proficiency Certificate in AutoCAD provides architects, designers, and illustrators with a working knowledge of AutoCAD for the development of computer-aided design, drafting, modeling and visualization projects. AutoCAD is a computer-aided design software. This 2D and 3D capable tool is used primarily for Technical Documentation and Visualization. AutoCAD software is used throughout the construction industry - including trades professionals, facilities managers, engineers and architects. All classroom examples directly translate into the production skill sets used for project documentation by all members of the construction industry. These examples and skills directly translate into other disciplines as well, including engineering, interior design, architecture, landscaping, product design, and more. Students will gain advanced understanding of AutoCAD commands and menu systems, learn important manipulation and management tools for assembling and integrating drawings within project document sets, experience developing and assembling a construction documents, work on simulated real-world projects with industry professionals, and learn the process professionals go through to create and assemble the components required for the creation of working documents.

The Biofuels Processes Specialized Certificate provides students with comprehensive view of the landscape of biofuels research and production, analysis and downstream processing, as well as project management and other business skills required to excel in a managementlevel biofuels position. This program is entirely online.The Biofuels Processes Specialized Certificate is aimed at training professionals for roles in the growing biofuels industry. Professionals may act as project managers, business development or other support roles that do not require direct hands on experience with the experimental techniques used in biofuels research. Why Biofuels? Biofuels research and development in the San Diego region constitutes an increasingly robust cluster of economic activity and employment opportunities. A 2011 analysis, conducted by the San Diego County of Governments’ (SANDAG) economic bureau, reports that for the algae sector alone, the industry currently provides the San Diego region with 466 direct jobs and $81 million in direct economic activity and $157 million in total economic activity annually. With increasing pressure on fossil fuels and the movement to develop clean, renewable alternative energy, the biofuels sector is set to grow at an impressive pace. Certificate & Course Fees:The total cost of this program is approximately $3000. Fees are payed at the course level, with the exception of the $60 certificate fee. Prices of the courses range from $540 to $795. Fees do NOT include books or materials. Financial Aid:Financial aid is available for this program, including grant funding. See the Biofuels Webpage for more information (right side bar).

Information Session (Find out more about the program in a free, online information session.)

• Digital Arts Specialized Certificates Information Session (INFO-70002)

Required Courses • AutoCAD I: Introduction (ARCH-40001) • AutoCAD II: Intermediate (ARCH-40004) • AutoCAD III: Working Drawings (ARCH40000) Cert. ID: 99752-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Digital Arts, (858) 534-6731 Email: unex-digital@ucsd.edu

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PROFICIENCY CERTIFICATE

Certificate Guidelines

The Biofuels Processes Certificate is offered entirely online.

Required Courses (All four are required.) • Introduction to Biofuels (BIOL-40261) • Downstream Processing and Refinement of Biofuels (BIOL-40268) • Project Management Essentials in Science and Technology (BUSA-40862) • Biomass Production (BIOL-40278) Cert. ID: 99753-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Life Sciences, (858) 534-9351 Email: avyang@ucsd.edu

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SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Biofuels Science

Digital Signal Processing

Embedded Computer Software

The Biofuels Science Specialized Certificate is aimed at training professionals for field and laboratory roles in the growing biofuels industry. It provides students hands-on technical knowledge and experience in laboratory techniques used in biofuels production, analysis and processing. Students choose from one of the following specialization tracks: • Molecular Biology • Aquatic Microbiology • Analytical Chemistry

Digital Signal Processing (DSP) techniques and methodology have been widely employed in many applications including video/audio/ data communications and networking, medical imaging and computer vision, speech synthesis and coding, digital audio and video, and control of complex systems and industrial processes. With advances in microelectronics and highspeed microprocessors, microcontrollers and DSP processors, many complex DSP algorithms for solving real-world application problems can be implemented in real-time and a cost-effective manner. This program is designed to provide an understanding of DSP fundamentals, principles, applications, current practices and standards, and emerging trends and developments. This program is intended for software, hardware and system engineers and technical managers who are involved in evaluation, design and development of DSP-based applications.

The expanding application of embedded computers has created a demand for the skill required to program these systems. Programming embedded systems requires skills that differ significantly from those required for writing applications for use in the desktop PC environment. Opportunities in embedded system programming will continue to expand rapidly, as processors are embedded in wide range of products. This certificate focuses on acquiring the skills necessary to develop embedded systems. Subjects include embedded controller software development and underlying hardware aspects of embedded computing systems. Course topics include programming embedded controllers, practical real-time programming practices, and embedded operating systems. These courses explore the basic principles of embedded processors, and introduce the techniques required to develop reliable, real-time, event driven programs that can run stand-alone or under a real-time operating system.

Why Biofuels?

Biofuels research and development in the San Diego region constitutes an increasingly robust cluster of economic activity and employment opportunities. A 2011 analysis, conducted by the San Diego County of Governments’ (SANDAG) economic bureau, reports that for the algae sector alone, the industry currently provides the San Diego region with 466 direct jobs and $81 million in direct economic activity and $157 million in total economic activity annually. With increasing pressure on fossil fuels and the movement to develop clean, renewable alternative energy, the biofuels sector is set to grow at an impressive pace.

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Conditions for Admission

Application is required. Visit website for details. extension.ucsd.edu/biofuelsscience

Required Core Courses (all 3 courses required)

• Introduction to Biofuels (BIOL-40261) • Biomass Production (BIOL-40278) • Biomass Production Lab (BIOL-40921)

Required Track Courses (Choose one track.) • Molecular Biology (Both courses are required.) • Genetics and Physiology of Photosynthetic Microorganisms (BIOL-40262) • Photosynthetic Microorganisms Molecular Biology Laboratory (BIOL-40265)

Aquatic Microbiology (Both courses required)

Prerequisite Course • Signals and Systems (ECE-40051)

Required Core Courses • DSP I (ECE-40016) • DSP II (ECE-40169) • Applied DSP (ECE-40164) Cert. ID: 99782-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9357 Email: unexengr@ucsd.edu

Prerequisite • Introduction to Embedded Systems (ECE40153) • C/C++ Programming II : Dynamic Memory and File I/O Concepts (CSE-40476)

Required Courses (Courses should be taken in the order listed.)

• Embedded Controller Programming I: Introduction (ECE-40084) • Embedded Controller Programming II: Embedded C (ECE-40091) • Embedded Controller Programming III: Real-Time Programming (ECE-40097) • Embedded Controller Hardware Design (ECE-40001) • Embedded RTOS (ECE-40089) Cert. ID: 99783-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9357 Email: unexengr@ucsd.edu

• Aquatic Ecology (BIOL-40264) • Aquatic Microbiology Laboratory (BIOL40266)

Analytical Chemistry (Both courses required) • Chemistry and Biochemistry of Biofuels (BIOL-40263) • Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (BIOL40267) Cert. ID: 99756-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Life Sciences, (858) 534-9351 Email: avyang@ucsd.edu

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Geographical Information Systems

HVAC Systems Design and Control

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is a relatively broad term that can refer to a number of different technologies, processes, and methods. It is attached to many operations and has many applications related to engineering, planning, management, transport/logistics, insurance, telecommunications, and business. For that reason, GIS and location intelligence applications can be the foundation for many location-enabled services that rely on analysis, visualization and dissemination of results for collaborative decision making. There is booming application of these technologies. They range from simple GIS systems embedded in most mobile devices to applications in engineering, planning, public health, demographics, environmental and conservation, transport/logistics, insurance, law enforcement, telecommunications, marketing, and multiple other business applications. The GIS certficate will teach students the theoretical underpinnings of GIS in order to make informed use of existing GIS applications and gain skills needed to construct new applications in the physical or social realms. The full range of GIS capabilities is covered, including data capture, analysis, modeling and cartographic representation. The skills gained will be highly practical with good, hands on, understanding of the software used in GIS. In addition, we will provide the students with a project of interest to them or their employers once they master basic concepts and tools used in GIS.

This program provides a focused, concentrated study of theory, governing codes, calculation, and practical applications of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems. Recommended for the professional advancement of HVAC designers and engineers, recent graduate engineers, facility engineers, or for anyone involved with HVAC systems, the courses emphasize merit of energy analysis and methods of savings for performance contracting. Classes focus on various HVAC systems and components, their advantages and disadvantages, and their relative energy consumptions. Note: HVAC Courses may be taken in any order. If you do not have any HVAC experience, it is recommended that you take HVAC DDC Basics first.

Required Courses (All five (5) courses are

required. Courses must be taken in the order listed below.)

• GIS I: Introduction to GIS (CSE-40991) • GIS II: Spatial Analysis (ECE-40246) • GIS III: Geodatabase Design (ECE-40247) • GIS IV: 3-D Display and Analysis of Spatial Data (ECE-40248) • GIS Capstone Project (ECE-40272) Cert. ID: 100005-5003 Application Fee: $ Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9357 Email: unexengr@ucsd.edu

Required Courses (HVAC courses may be

taken in any order. If you do not have any HVAC experience, it is recommended that you start with HVAC DDC Basics.)

• HVAC DDC Basics (AMES-40170) • HVAC DDC System Design (AMES-40000) • HVAC Design Calculations (AMES-40019) • HVAC DDC Networking Design (AMES40139) • HVAC Systems Design (AMES-40021)

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Integrated Circuit Design Engineering Integrated circuit design had been a primary driver in the development of sophisticated technologies we now accept as every day conveniences of the 21st century. In recent years the design of integrated circuits has undergone major changes in design methodology. Modern techniques often make use of the HDLs (Hardware Definition Languages) and prototyping and test with FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) to produce the critical front end design. SoC (System on a Chip) techniques are commonly utilized for moderate to advanced designs. Knowledge and skills in hardware specification, analysis, logic design, modeling, simulation, verification, synthesis, test and maintenance of integrated circuits are expected skills that chip design engineers need to understand design from a system-level perspective. This specialized certificate program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the modern integrated circuit design process and the support of each phase in product development. Special applications in areas of digital signal processing, embedded systems, wireless communications and medical devices are covered. Note: The prerequisite course needs to be taken by all students without EE degrees or relevant experience.

Other Courses of Interest (Not Required.)

Prerequisite

• Career Opportunities in Energy Efficiency and Building Automation Systems (Career Workshop) (INFO-70085)

• Hardware Design with VHDL (ECE-40159)

Cert. ID: 99791-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9351 Email: unexengr@ucsd.edu

Required Courses (All five courses are required.)

Engineering

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

• Advanced System Verilog Design (ECE40200) • Fundamentals of CMOS Analog IntegratedCircuits (ECE-40214) • Mixed Signal Design (ECE-40244) • FPGA I (ECE-40170) • FPGA II (ECE-40260) Cert. ID: 99800-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9351 Email: unexengr@ucsd.edu

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SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Lean Enterprise

Lean Six Sigma Black Belt

*Accepting Spring 2014 Applications. Program Begins March 2014*

*Accepting Winter Applications. Program Begins January 17, 2014*

Lean can be defined as “performance without waste.” Many organizations waste 70-90% of available resources through improper management of materials, time, information, equipment and inventory. This 15-week, one-day per week program presents Lean Enterprise principles and practices. Class projects provide students with experience implementing all the necessary steps to achieve successful results in various business functions and operations. Classroom lecture is complemented by local plant tours, and case studies of World Class Manufacturing companies. Program projects allow the benefits of these techniques to be applied in the student’s own company. Through these experiences students will discover how the implementation of Lean Techniques can include dramatic improvements in cycle-time, products costs, inventory reduction and new product lead-time. The program is appropriate for any team or individual responsible for managing or participating in manufacturing activities. Appropriate participants would include managers, professionals and hands-on line staff in key functional areas such as operations, production and inventory control, development, manufacturing, quality assurance, and supplier management. The diverse participant industries provide for cross-industry learning and application of principles, as well as identification of World Class Manufacturing best practices. Industries represented include: Electronics, computers, telecommunications, medical devices, fabricated metal and machining, plastic, chemical, pharmaceutical, food and beverage. Further Reading:

Lean Six Sigma is a set of tools, techniques and operating principles that represents the best of practices in quality and process improvement resulting in improved performance and reduced costs. This intensive 12-week program develops understanding and enables application of proven approaches to maximizing productivity through understanding process requirements, identifying constraints and creating flow. Students will be provided with the established Lean Six Sigma body of knowledge, the experience to implement it in the workplace through a group project and the credentials to be a Lean Six Sigma leader within their organization. Classroom instruction and student projects are organized to allow structured implementation of Lean Six Sigma, resulting in a projected ROI of $100K. Further Reading:

• Six Sigma and Lean: Bringing Speed and Accuracy to Business Processes (blog)

Conditions for Admission

Admittance by application only. For an application please contact the Business Department.

Please Note

No fee applies to submit an application. The application fee is included in the total cost of the program.

Information Session • Lean Enterprise Information Session (INFO70033)

Required Course • Lean Enterprise (AMES-40136)

• How Lean Six Sigma Black Belts Are Saving Thousands (blog) • Six Sigma and Lean: Bringing Speed and Accuracy to Business Processes (blog)

Conditions for Admission

Participants must possess some statistical and project management experience.

Please Note

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

RF Engineering Communications is rapidly becoming a defining characteristic of the 21st century. Wireless devices are found from video game controllers to Bluetooth headsets. Entertainment and news is delivered via satellites as well as RF based cable systems. GPS navigation systems are ubiquitous, and WiFi connections are even available on some commercial aircraft. Ever more exotic applications are being announced periodically. All of these capabilities are based on the ability of engineers to design sophisticated RF circuits that are energy efficient, high in performance, small in size, and economically practical. The RF Engineering Specialized Certificate provides the professional with the positioning to take advantage of the technological advances in both the commercial and military arenas. You will learn the fundamental principles of RF systems, the design of practical and cost effective RF subsystems, and their translation into practical integrated circuits or full RF systems. Also reviewed are the key concepts of simulating, testing, and validating RF systems. Note: All students desiring to enter this program are strongly advised to begin at the prerequisite course RF Principles and Applications before any other course, unless they can demonstrate credit for an equivalent course from another institution.

Admission is limited. All interested students must submit an application prior to enrolling. No fee applies to submit an application.

Prerequisites

Information Session Required Course

• RFIC Design (ECE-40171) • RF Circuit Design (EE-40003) • RF System Design for Wireless Communications (EE-40098)

• Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (MAE-40004)

Electives (Choose two)

• Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Information Session (INFO-70032)

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• RF Principles and Applications (EE-40137)

Required courses

• Antenna Theory and Design (EE-40129) • Microwave Test & Measurement (EE40149) • Microwave Transmission Engineering (EE40153) • RFID Design and Applications (EE-40148) • RF PLL Synthesizers (ECE-40175) • Software Defined Radios (EE-40128) • Introduction to Remote Sensors (EE-40156) Cert. ID: 99819-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9357 Email: unexengr@ucsd.edu

Cert. ID: 99806-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Business & Professional Programs, (858) 534-8133 Email: a9cook@ucsd.edu

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Terrestrial Carbon Accounting

Video and Imaging Technologies

The Specialized Certificate in Terrestrial Carbon Accounting will provide a unique and advanced educational experience in modeling carbon stocks and flows. Developed in partnership Tropical Forest Group (TFG), UC San Diego - Sustainability Solutions Institute, and World Wildlife Fund (WWF), this hands-on program will train professionals from around the world that work on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD) and other climate change initiatives. The Terrestrial Carbon Accounting Certificate program will foster global best practices and skills in data acquisition, land use change detection, emissions factors for terrestrial carbon, mathematics and statistics, sharing and transparency, quality assurance, and the establishment of remote continued learning nodes of terrestrial carbon accounting excellence. The Terrestrial Carbon Accounting Certificate program will train professionals in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change guidelines and will be applicable to a range of schemes, including voluntary and compliance carbon markets, commodity certification programs, and bilateral and multilateral cooperation to conserve and restore tropical forests. Conditions for Admission: Applications are required. For more information, visit the website at extension.ucsd.edu/tca or call (858) 534-9358.

Required Courses (All six (6) courses are required.)

• Overview of Terrestrial Carbon Accounting and REDD+ (BIOL-40285) • Measuring Terrestrial Carbon Change Modeling Using GIS, Remote Sensing, and Activity BIOL-40286 • Classifying Forest and Land Cover (BIOL-40287) • Data Collection and Evaluation for Terrestrial Carbon Accounting (BIOL-40288) • Statistics for Terrestrial Carbon Accounting: Data Aggregation, Uncertainty Analyses & Error Propagation (BIOL-40289) • Applying and Communicating Analysis Results (BIOL-40290) Cert. ID: 100004-5003 Application Fee: $ Contact: Technology, (858) 534-9358 Email: infotech@ucsd.edu

The number of industries and devices that use digital technologies for video processing is growing quickly. The web is dominated with image, video and audio, and the current television devices use digital technologies. The demand for professionals who understand the fundamentals of image, audio and video files, has grown in pace with rapid technological changes. The Video and Imaging Technologies Specialized Certificate will explore the technological convergence between digital technologies and video and imaging processing and storage. The certificate will provide a fundamental understanding of the basic use, manipulation and transmission of video files. This certificate is designed particularly for professionals from the Communications Engineering, Bio-IT, and Defense industries. Whether you are a provider of devices, image processing systems industries concerned with the storage and manipulation of files and programs, this program will provide you with the training necessary to move forward in your career.

Required Courses (All 4 courses are required.) • Digital Video (ECE-40190) • DSP I (ECE-40016) • Digital Image Processing (ECE-40255) • Video Compression: Algorithms & Standards (EE-40134)

Elective Courses (Choose one (1)) • DSP II (ECE-40169) • Electro-Optical and Infra-Red Systems (EE-40223) Cert. ID: 99832-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9357 Email: tbabaian@ucsd.edu

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Wireless Engineering Wireless communications technology has developed without measure in the past ten years. The worldwide success of CDMA has resulted in an increased demand for engineers skilled in CDMA engineering, also the new standards in WiMax, LTE and OFDMA. CDMA technology had greatly increased the quality and capacity of wireless communications systems. CDMA, as a wideband spread spectrum technology, spreads multiple conversations across a wide segment of the broadcast spectrum. As a result of these rapid developments in the field, involved individuals need to build and sharpen their skills for present and future Wireless industries. The Wireless Engineering certificate program is intended to provide practicing engineers, program managers and other technical personnel with leading edge specialized knowledge in for advancement in career and productivity. The program incorporates electives in the latest wireless technologies, such as courses in GSM/ UMTS (Global System for Mobile/ Universal Mobile Telecommunication System), IEEE 802.11 and other non CDMA-specific wireless technologies. The courses also address migration from 3G to 4G standards. Note: It is strongly recommended for students with minimal or no Engineering background to take the course Signals and Systems (ECE40051) first before beginning this program.

Required Courses (All three courses required.) • Fundamentals of Digital Communication for Wireless Systems (EE-40034) • RF System Design for Wireless Communications (EE-40098) • WCDMA & IS-2000 in 3G Systems (EE-40106)

Engineering

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Elective Courses (Six (6) units required.) • Antenna Theory and Design (EE-40129) • Digital Video (ECE-40190) • Introduction to OFDMA and 4G Systems (EE-40163) • Video Compression: Algorithms & Standards (EE-40134) • Wireless Medical Devices (ECE-40267) Cert. ID: 99838-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9357 Email: tbabaian@ucsd.edu

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Embedded Computer Engineering The Embedded Computer Engineering Professional Certificate provides technical professionals with the skill to design embedded computers. With increasing levels of hardware integration, faster processing capability and decreasing cost of embedded processors, new and more innovative applications are appearing regularly.

Engineering

The core curriculum of the Embedded Computer Engineering Professional Certificate covers the fundamentals of real time embedded systems, controller design and programming, real-time operating systems, and hardware/ software interfacing. The hands-on courses combine lecture, discussions of actual student applications and a class project. The program electives allow the student to complement the core course of study with classes most appropriate to their personal job requirements and career advancement. The Embedded Computer Engineering Professional Certificate is designed to enhance the technical professional’s basic and practical knowledge of embedded computer systems. The curriculum is applied, teaching basic embedded engineering principles, design tools, and practical skills. The instructors bring many years of practical workplace experience in the subject that they teach and expose the students to many real workplace examples. The Embedded Computer Engineering Professional Certificate has provided career growth opportunities for many of its students in the past and could be just the training you need at this time in your career. Apply credit to M.S. Degree at University of Wisconsin, Plattville Upon completion of the Professional Certificate in Embedded Computer Engineering, twelve (12) units can be transferred into the University of Wisconsin, Plattville, M.S. in Engineering (degree offered fully online). Learn more

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Conditions for Admission A degree and/or work experience background in Electrical or Computer engineering is highly advised at entry to the program. The prerequisite courses are designed to provide basic knowledge in programming or electronics if the student does not possess it.

Advisors William Fitzgerald

Senior Engineer, NRaD

Clark Guest

Associate Professor, ECE UC San Diego

Choon Kim, Ph.D.

Sr. Development Engineer, CSE UC San Diego

Fred Raab, M.S.

Guidelines

Consultant

The required courses are to be taken in sequence. This is especially mandated for the first three Embedded Computer Programming courses (ECP I, II and III). Elective courses can be taken after ECP II when knowledge in Embedded principles is acquired.

Principal Engineer TTM Engineering

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99697-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Engineering, (858) 534-9357 E-mail: tbabaian@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Edward Snow, Ph.D. Donald G. Thomas, Ph.D. Consultant

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Systems Engineering

The Systems Engineering Professional Certificate presents systems engineering techniques that participants can apply to a wide range of industries. The certificate program is comprised of five required courses, focusing on the principles of systems engineering management, system requirement analysis, concept development, and system integration and verification, plus nine units of electives. Upon successful completion, participants will be awarded a Professional Certificate in Systems Engineering, proving that they are knowledgeable in the concepts and techniques presented and have hands-on experience in applying them.

Program Benefits • Gain the skills for planning and executing the various phases of a project • Understand the systematic methodologies to obtain efficient design and production • Learn to make effective teams out of multidisciplinary resources

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Don Muehlbach, Jr.

Professor of Practice, Department of Systems Engineering Naval Post Graduate School

Moshe Olim, Ph.D. System Engineer D&K Engineering

Professor Emeritus University of California, San Diego

To Register in the Certificate Program

Senior Systems Engineer Raytheon

Jeffrey Grady

Cert. ID: 99735-5003

Don Greenlee, B.S., M.S., M.Eng.

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Engineering

Systems engineering is a well-developed body of knowledge, techniques, and methodologies in general use throughout technically complex industries. Its goal is the efficient production of high-quality products that meet the requirements of customers. All aspects of the process-from initial definition of mission requirements to test, verification, and fabrication of the product--must be carefully planned and executed.

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English Language Studies UC San Diego Extension’s English Language Institute (ELI) offers a wide range of English language programs. Non-native speakers who would like to refine their English language skills can choose from a variety of classes. Both native and non-native English speakers can enroll in individual courses or earn a Professional TEFL Certificate to teach English as a Foreign Language. Let your journey to success start with UC San Diego’s English Language Institute!

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English for Academic and Professional Development (EAPD) Are you a non-native English speaker who would like to gain more confidence in your personal, professional, and academic English? Enroll in one of UC San Diego’s many English language courses created to help you improve your English skills. Evening classes are offered in the following subject areas to suit your busy schedule.

Certificate Programs PROFESSIONAL • Teaching English as a Foreign Language

• Academic & Business Writing

English Language Studies

• Conversation & Oral Presentation • Grammar & Vocabulary • Pronunciation & Fluency and more…

Contact Us English Language Institute (858) 534-7418 EAPD Program: eapd@ucsd.edu Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/eapd TEFL Program: tefl@ucsd.edu Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/tefl

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TEFL Certificate Program A Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Programs TEFL Professional Certificate

contents TABLE OF CONTENTS Academic & Business Writing. . . . . . . . 124 Academic Writing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Advanced Topics in Academic Writing. . . . . . . . . . . 124 Business Writing for Non-Native Speakers. . . . . . . . 124 Scientific and Technical Writing for Non-native English Speakers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124

Are you interested in teaching English as a Foreign Language in the U.S. or while living abroad? The TEFL Professional Certificate can open doors to job opportunities for you both overseas and here at home. Learn the best practices and methodology for teaching EFL students from our dynamic instructors who have years of experience teaching all over the world.

Conversation & Oral Presentation . . . . 124

In addition to the TEFL Professional Certificate, students can also specialize in the following areas:

Grammar/Vocabulary Building. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Grammar & Editing I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

TEFL Proficiency

Teaching English Grammar

These courses provide a foundation in TEFL for non-native English speakers or for native speakers who are new to the field and who would like a general overview.

These courses are for students who are interested in further enhancing their knowledge and skills for teaching grammar to EFL students.

Special Studies in TEFL

Teaching English to Young Learners

Students can choose from certain academic areas in which they would like to enhance their skills for teacher preparation.

This program provides the opportunity for students to attain additional competencies in teaching EFL to young learners.

Conversation Improvement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Advanced Conversation Improvement. . . . . . . . . . . 124 Effective Oral Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

Grammar & Vocabulary. . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

Pronunciation & Fluency. . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Accent Reduction Seminar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Pronunciation & Fluency. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Advanced Pronunciation & Fluency. . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

Teaching English as a Foreign Language - Core Courses. . . . . 126 Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure I. . 126 Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills. . . . . . . . 126 Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills. . . . . . . . 126 Teaching Writing for Academic and Professional Purposes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Theories and Methods of Language Teaching and Learning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction. . . . . . . 128

Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure II. 128 Bookmaking for the EFL Classroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Games for the EFL Classroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Grammar Workshop III for EFL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Grammar Workshop IV for EFL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Introduction to Pronunciation and Fluency for Language Teachers. . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Introduction to Teaching English as a Foreign Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Introduction to Teaching Writing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Music in the EFL Classroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Oral Presentations for Language Teachers. . . . . . . . 129 TEYL Focus on the Classroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 TEYL Focus on the Learner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 TEYL Focus on the Teacher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper & Internet. . . . 130 Visual Media in the EFL Classroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Workplace EFL: Teaching English in International Business and Industry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 TEFL Certificate Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . 131

Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . 132

English Language Studies

Teaching English as a Foreign Language - Elective Courses. . 128

Teaching English as a Foreign Language. . . . . . . . . 132

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courses ACADEMIC & BUSINESS WRITING

Academic Writing

This course is designed for advanced international students and researchers who are proficient in English but need to upgrade their writing skills. Tailored to individual needs, participants will improve their accuracy in writing mechanics, in all areas of grammar, and in the essentials of effective writing style and organization. Lectures and workshops provide assistance in writing summaries, abstracts, technical reports, and academic papers. IN-CLASS Instructor: Tony C. Carnerie, MEd in TESOL ESL Instructor for 15 years. Specializes in linguistics, listening, reading instruction and American culture. Section: 098801-5003 Course No. WCWP-40000 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 151, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 13 (rkn/ls)

Advanced Topics in Academic Writing

English Language Studies

This short course will focus on the essential characteristics of concise, coherent writing style in academic English: a strong controlling idea; unity of thought; clear, relevant support; and fluid transitions. This course is intended for non-native speakers who would benefit from a review of the most important techniques in producing successful writing for academic purposes. IN-CLASS Instructor: Laura Bozanich, MA in International Communications ESL instructor for over 15 years. TEFL Certified and specializes in teaching writing, grammar, and presentation skills. Section: 098802-5003 Course No. LING-40116 Time/Date: Tu 4:30-6:00 p.m., Jan. 28-Mar. 4 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (rkn/ls)

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Business Writing for Non-Native Speakers

This course is designed for non-native English speakers who need to develop and improve their writing skills to perform more effectively in the workplace. Participants learn the correct rules of writing, how to choose the right word or expression, and formal and informal styles. Topics include business language, style, format, tone, and presentation graphics, including effective techniques for memos, letters, solicitations, and reports. Writing competency is acquired for technical, managerial, and marketing purposes. On-the-job examples are used to build writing skills and professional abilities. Note: Good oral skills in English is a prerequisite for this course.

CONVERSATION & ORAL PRESENTATION

Conversation Improvement

This course will increase your confidence and comfort level when speaking English with both native and non-native speakers. This course is specifically designed for individuals whose English proficiency is at an intermediate level. Through constant practice, using dialogues and situational role-playing, the instructor identifies strategies and specific conversational techniques to help each student improve his or her spoken English. Students learn in a lively, fun classroom environment in which the overall emphasis is placed on building confidence in conversing in English while further developing their speaking and listening skills.

IN-CLASS Instructor: David Nolan, MEd in Curriculum Design ESL Instructor at ELI since 2006. Specializes in Business English, Test Preparation, and Advanced Grammar. Section: 098803-5003 Course No. WCWP-40219 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 140, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

IN-CLASS Instructor: Siobhan Williams, BA, Professional TEFL Certification ESL Instructor at ELI since 2008. Taught in Spain & the USA. Specializes in preparing students for IELTS & TOEFL exams. Section: 098805-5003 Course No. COMM-80000 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Feb. 11 (5 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 121, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $200 ($175 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

Scientific and Technical Writing for Non-native English Speakers

Advanced Conversation Improvement

Designed primarily for non-native speakers with advanced English proficiency, this course covers essential skills for writing well in scientific or technical settings. The specific styles and usage conventions of various scientific fields will be covered. There will be a major focus on clarity and strength of expression and idea development, as well as instruction on editing to eliminate problems with grammar and usage. IN-CLASS Instructor: Rebekah Palmer, MA, Professional TESOL Certification ESL Instructor for 9 years in Latin America, Europe & the USA. Specializes in writing, reading, conversation and grammar. Section: 098804-5003 Course No. WCWP-40045 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 131, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 22 (rkn/ls)

Do you already have a firm grasp of the English language but need to increase your spoken fluency and accuracy? Would you like to express yourself more precisely in conversation with native and non-native speakers, whether in an academic or professional setting or out on the golf course? If that is the case, this English conversation course is for you! Designed for advanced nonnative English speakers, the course emphasizes improvement in overall conversational fluency in an active learning environment. Note: Participation in this course requires an advanced level of listening and speaking skills in English, as well as strong reading skills. Students will be assessed on their proficiency level on the first day of the class. IN-CLASS Instructor: Siobhan Williams, BA, Professional TEFL Certification ESL Instructor at ELI since 2008. Taught in Spain & the USA. Specializes in preparing students for IELTS & TOEFL exams. Section: 098806-5003 Course No. COMM-80001 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 18-Mar. 18 (5 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 163 & Rm. 105 (Rm. 163, Feb. 18 only.) UCSD Extension Complex. Credit: Not for credit Fee: $200 ($175 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Feb. 25 (rkn/ls)

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Grammar & Editing I

IN-CLASS Instructor: Alayne Lewis, MA, Professional TESOL Certification ESL Instructor in Thailand, South America and the USA. Specializes in communication, conversation, presentation, & grammar. Section: 098807-5003 Course No. LING-40081 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 22 (rkn/ls)

IN-CLASS Instructor: Kim Lawgali, MA in Applied Linguistics TEFL Certificate Program Coordinator; ESL Instructor at ELI & teaching English for over 30 years; Presenter for CATESOL, TESOL & NAFSA. Section: 098808-5003 Course No. LING-40041 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 13 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 23 (rkn/jsz)

This course addresses oral communication problems encountered by non-native speakers in such formal academic and professional settings as conferences, seminars, meetings, and classrooms. Designed for international graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, new faculty members, and business professionals, the course emphasizes the importance of clear pronunciation, precise vocabulary, appropriate format, and group management skills. Extensive pronunciation exercises are included, along with many opportunities for participants to practice their presentation skills.

GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY

Grammar/Vocabulary Building

This course is designed for high-intermediate/advanced non-native English speakers who want to refine their knowledge of English grammar and increase their vocabulary. Extensive contextualized practice at the sentence level is used to build grammatical competence. Various exercises are used to increase vocabulary and vocabulary retention. IN-CLASS Instructor: Robert McKinney, MA, CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist & ESL instructor for 23 years in Hungary, Chile, Brazil & the USA. Instructor at ELI for 13 years. Speaks 6 languages. Section: 098809-5003 Course No. LING-40082 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

Planning to teach English in a foreign country or an intensive English program in the U.S.?

This course is designed for advanced nonnative English speakers who depend on English grammar in written communications and thus need to refine their knowledge of grammar. Participants will review grammar points necessary in correcting the most common grammar problems in non-native writing such as knowing the correct usage of the present perfect vs. simple past, prepositions, articles, punctuation, and more. Participants will learn how to recognize and correct their own grammar errors and also learn how to find the right answers to specific, recurring grammar questions.

PRONUNCIATION & FLUENCY

Accent Reduction Seminar

In just one evening, this seminar will provide participants with many keys to speaking English more accurately and smoothly. You will learn the importance of pausing, stress, linking, and pitch so that native speakers can more easily follow what you want to say. In addition to some quick tips on reducing your accent, this course will include advice on courses and self-study materials that students can use to acquire a better accent in English. This seminar is designed for individuals whose English proficiency is at a high-intermediate to advanced level. IN-CLASS Instructor: Robert McKinney, MA, CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist & ESL instructor for 23 years in Hungary, Chile, Brazil & the USA. Instructor at ELI for 13 years. Speaks 6 languages. Section: 098810-5003 Course No. COMM-80002 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 13 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 102, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $50 No refunds after: Jan. 10 (rkn/ls)

Pronunciation & Fluency

This course is ideal for the student who wants to be more easily understood in everyday conversation and workplace situations. The instructor will identify the students’ particular pronunciation difficulties and provide extensive exercises that target each student’s needs. Participants will learn to pronounce words in a manner that is easier for native speakers to understand. By the end of the course, students will have gained an awareness of their problem sounds, learned how to pronounce those sounds accurately and clearly, and learned how to continue refining their speech while strengthening overall confidence in speaking. IN-CLASS Instructor: Siobhan Williams, BA, Professional TEFL Certification ESL Instructor at ELI since 2008. Taught in Spain & the USA. Specializes in preparing students for IELTS & TOEFL exams. Section: 098811-5003 Course No. LING-40076 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 13 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 134, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 23 (rkn/ls)

Advanced Pronunciation & Fluency

This course is designed for students who are familiar with the English sound system and their own pronunciation problems. Instruction will focus on expanding the students’ skills in correctly applying English patterns of stress, intonation, linking, and reductions. Pronunciation of problematic sounds will also be integrated into class exercises and activities. This course is for the non-native speaker who wants to know what it takes to “sound American.” Note: “Pronunciation and Fluency” (LING40076), or the equivalent, is a recommended prerequisite for this course. IN-CLASS Instructor: Robert McKinney, MA, CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist & ESL instructor for 23 years in Hungary, Chile, Brazil & the USA. Instructor at ELI for 13 years. Speaks 6 languages. Section: 098812-5003 Course No. LING-40083 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 106, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $325 ($300 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 22 (rkn/ls)

English Language Studies

Effective Oral Presentation

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Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure I

This course explores the complexities of English structures and how and when they are used (pragmatics). Special emphasis is on areas of syntax unique to English and most troublesome to non-native speakers, both prescriptive and descriptive forms. Participants will study highly specialized features of English grammar and learn how best to teach and integrate the practice of these features in all types of EFL lessons. Syntactic variations related to gender, age, socio-economics, and other factors are examined. The important connection between syntax, morphology, and semantics will be covered in the course. Part I of this course covers selected areas of English syntax. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (iBT TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760). Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kim Lawgali, MA in Applied Linguistics TEFL Certificate Program Coordinator; ESL Instructor at ELI & teaching English for over 30 years; Presenter for CATESOL, TESOL & NAFSA. Section: 098813-5003 Course No. LING-40045 Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 19; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

English Language Studies

Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills

Participants in this course will learn the essentials of successful listening comprehension: making sense of a stream of sounds, filtering and contextualizing, and applying discourse and cultural information. Bottomup skills (knowledge of vocabulary, grammar, and individual sounds) will be contrasted with top-down skills (general knowledge, situational awareness, and schema). The course will expose participants to different types of listening needs and tasks, as well as the best techniques and methods for helping their EFL students become more skillful listeners in English. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (iBT TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760). Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Special Needs ESL Instructor at ELI since 1991. Specializes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: 098814-5003 Course No. LING-40048 Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls) IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 098815-5003 Course No. LING-40048 Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls) IN-CLASS Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Special Needs ESL Instructor at ELI since 1991. Specializes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: 098816-5003 Course No. LING-40048 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Jan. 15-Jan. 29 Rm. 110, Feb. 5-Mar. 12, Rm. 110 (Jan. 15-29) & Rm. 108 (Feb. 5-Mar. 12), UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 22 (rkn/ls)

Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency

Features of English phonetics, phonology, stress, and intonation will be drawn on to enrich instruction in best practices for teaching and learning pronunciation in a TEFL environment. Going beyond discrete sounds, this course will focus on the suprasegmental aspects of English pronunciation: stress, rhythm, pitch and intonation patterns found in connected speech in both formal and casual situations. Specific techniques for accent reduction, plus important information on body language for clear communication in English, will be presented throughout the course. The course will emphasize the integration of pronunciation instruction and practice in all types of lessons. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (iBT TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760) Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Robert McKinney, MA, CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist & ESL instructor for 23 years in Hungary, Chile, Brazil & the USA. Instructor at ELI for 13 years. Speaks 6 languages. Section: 098817-5003 Course No. LING-40047 Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 19; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls) IN-CLASS Instructor: Tanya L Davis, MEd in TESL, TEFL Certification ESL Instructor for over 15 years in Japan, Thailand, and in the USA. Specializes in teaching university preparation courses. Section: 098818-5003 Course No. LING-40047 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls) IN-CLASS Instructor: Kelly Smith, MEd in TESOL ESL Instructor for 20 years in the USA, Mexico, and Italy. Specializes in grammar, pronunciation, and test preparation. Section: 098819-5003 Course No. LING-40047 Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills

Participants will learn best methods for getting students to speak and tasks that encourage meaningful interaction. The course addresses types and idiosyncrasies of spoken language, and microskills of speaking that are factors in the oral code. Participants will review current issues in teaching oral communication by analyzing conversational discourse, pronunciation, and affective factors. The course will suggest fluency and accuracy activities that can be used in and out of the classroom. Participants will learn factors which hamper improved speaking skills for EFL learners including specific contexts, performance variables, colloquial language, pronunciation factors, and interaction. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (iBT TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760). Requirement for the TEFL Certificate.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Special Needs ESL Instructor at ELI since 1991. Specializes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: 098821-5003 Course No. LING-40050 Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls) IN-CLASS Instructor: Aleksandra Nikolova Section: 098822-5003 Course No. LING-40050 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

Teaching Writing for Academic and Professional Purposes

This course will treat in-depth the discourse features of successful writing in English, in particular for academic and professional communication in the U.S. and around the world. The uses of reference, substitution, ellipsis, conjunction, and lexical cohesion often are not found in the same ways in the writing of other languages but are specific to good written English. The course will clearly instruct the participants on the rhetorical and formal conventions of good writing in English, and it will instruct them on the most effective ways to share that knowledge with their students in helping them develop successful writing skills and rhetoric in English. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (iBT TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760). Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

Student Profile

Kumi Obayashi-Ward I was an EFL teacher for six years before I came to UC San Diego Extension to take the TEFL Certificate program, and I was not as new to the subject being taught in class as most of my classmates. However, the TEFL Certificate program helped me to understand tendencies of international students from various backgrounds and how to apply other EFL teaching methods and techniques to my lesson plans. It was very beneficial to me.

extension.ucsd.edu/tefl IN-CLASS Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Special Needs ESL Instructor at ELI since 1991. Specializes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: 098823-5003 Course No. LING-40044 Time/Date: M&W 1:00-2:15 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 19; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

Theories and Methods of Language Teaching and Learning

This course will acquaint students with the most generally accepted theoretical and methodological models of language teaching and learning. The course is practical, offering teachers pedagogical ideas to meet the specific needs of various ages, proficiency levels, purposes, skills, and contexts of specific language learners. Students will build a repertoire of classroom activities firmly embedded with well-established principles of language acquisition in a step-by-step approach to interactive language teaching, focusing on the integration of skills, learner strategies, styles and preferences, multiple intelligences, and practical steps in lesson design. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (iBT TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760). Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Tanya L Davis, MEd in TESL, TEFL Certification. ESL Instructor for over 15 years in Japan, Thailand, and in the USA. Specializes in teaching university preparation courses. Section: 098824-5003 Course No. LING-40110 Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 19; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls) IN-CLASS Instructor: Debbie Inada, MEd in TESOL ESL Instructor for ELI since 1988 and UCSD TEFL Certificate Program since 2006. Also taught overseas in the Dominican Republic. Section: 098825-5003 Course No. LING-40110 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 4 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 142, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls) ONLINE Instructor: Stephanie M. Laqua, M.Ed. in Second Language Acquisitions ESL instructor, TESOL Certified with 21 years of experience teaching ESL and training teachers. Section: 098826-5003 Course No. LING-40110 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

English Language Studies

IN-CLASS Instructor: Todd Paul Owen, MA in TESOL ESL Instructor for ELI and the Professional TEFL Certification Program with experience teaching all subjects and levels of ESL. Section: 098820-5003 Course No. LING-40050 Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 19; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

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Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction

This course will provide an overview of various theoretical approaches as they apply to reading in the EFL classroom, the relevant areas of research in foreign language reading, and the connection of theory and research to the teaching and learning of reading. The course will provide the participants with a thorough understanding of the reading process and the ways in which to build and assess reading skills, particularly academic and professional material. There will be an emphasis in how to best teach vocabulary and idioms through reading in an EFL context. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (iBT TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760). Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language. IN-CLASS Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Special Needs ESL Instructor at ELI since 1991. Specializes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: 098827-5003 Course No. LING-40046 Time/Date: Tu&Th 1:00-2:15 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE - ELECTIVE COURSES

English Language Studies

Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure II

This course explores the complexities of English language structures and how and when they are used (pragmatics). Participants will learn how best to teach and integrate the practice of various highly specialized features in all types of EFL lessons. Syntactic variations related to gender, age, socio-economics, and other factors will be examined. This course will focus on the following structures: 1) the noun phrase in detail, quantifiers, count and noncount distinctions, and plurals: regular and irregular; 2) adjectives and adjective clauses; 3) modals and conditional clauses; 4) clauses, conjunctions, and sentence parameters; and 5) collocations and cognates. Note: A strong command of English is a prerequisite for this course. (iBT TOEFL:80, TOEIC:760)

IN-CLASS Instructor: Karen Marcus, MA in Applied Linguistics ESL Instructor with over 25 years of experience. Specializes in academic writing and mechanics, and English structure. Section: 098835-5003 Course No. LING-40075 Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

Bookmaking for the EFL Classroom

Learn how to use bookmaking to teach English to young learners! In this handson class, students will master a variety of bookmaking constructions that can motivate young learners with varying learning styles to enjoy studying English. Projects include simple binding methods such as the chop-stick bind, paper plate books and “back-to-back” books that work well for studying vocabulary words, grammar and more. Basic illustration techniques will also be presented to further assist you in collecting tangible teaching tools for your English language classroom. Be creative and add a new technique to your teaching! IN-CLASS Instructor: Annika M. Nelson, BA in Studio Art Artist, UC San Diego Instructor since 2004; illustrated seven published books. Section: 098837-5003 Course No. LING-40095 Time/Date: F 9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Jan. 17-24 (2 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 121, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (rkn/ls)

Games for the EFL Classroom

This workshop is designed to provide opportunities for English learners from all levels of proficiency to learn and practice English by interacting through a variety of games and activities. The games can be as short as twoor five-minute activities to long-term, multiple-part tasks. Specific attention is placed on increasing language practice in large classrooms, with tips for teachers who need to

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integrate communicative activities within a prescribed curriculum. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, outof-class assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor’s syllabus. IN-CLASS Instructor: Todd Paul Owen, MA in TESOL ESL Instructor for ELI and the Professional TEFL Certification Program with experience teaching all subjects and levels of ESL. Section: 098840-5003 Course No. LING-40063 Time/Date: Sa. 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Feb. 8 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 7 (rkn/ls)

Grammar Workshop III for EFL

Workshop participants will be exposed to a variety of fun, hands-on, communicative activities which can be easily adapted for students of different ages and levels. This workshop includes both fluency and accuracy-focused activities. Topics include: noun forms (proper, common, concrete, abstract, count, non-count, and collective) and functions, including subject-verb agreement, articles, determiners, and quantifiers. IN-CLASS Instructor: Karen Marcus, MA in Applied Linguistics ESL Instructor with over 25 years of experience. Specializes in academic writing and mechanics, and English structure. Section: 098845-5003 Course No. LING-40061 Time/Date: Sa. 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Jan. 25-Feb. 1 (2 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 25 (rkn/jsz)

Grammar Workshop IV for EFL

Workshop participants will be exposed to a variety of fun, hands-on, communicative activities which can be easily adapted for students of different ages and levels. This workshop includes both fluency and accuracy-focused activities. Focus is on comparative structures, verbals, and preposition function and placement. Topics include: adjectives, adverbs, gerunds, infinitives, phrasal verbs, and verb-adjective, preposition combinations. IN-CLASS Instructor: Karen Marcus, MA in Applied Linguistics ESL Instructor with over 25 years of experience. Specializes in academic writing and mechanics, and English structure. Section: 098846-5003 Course No. LING-40062 Time/Date: Sa. 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Feb. 22-Mar. 1 (2 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 22 (rkn/jsz)

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Introduction to Teaching Writing

IN-CLASS Instructor: Elizabeth Mariscal, MA of Linguistics and TESOL ESL Instructor with over 30 years of ESL/EFL experience teaching in Mexico, Spain, and the USA. Presenter for CATESOL & TESOL. Section: 098849-5003 Course No. LING-40098 Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

IN-CLASS Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Special Needs ESL Instructor at ELI since 1991. Specializes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: 098851-5003 Course No. LING-40097 Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 19; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

Introduction to Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Music in the EFL Classroom

This course will prepare prospective, novice, or experienced teachers with a basic foundation in phonetics necessary in being an effective English teacher in a non-English speaking environment. Students will learn the phonetic alphabet and how best to incorporate it in explaining basic pronunciation patterns in English throughout the curriculum where a precise pronunciation of an English word is required. Students will also be introduced to the suprasegmentals of the English phonological system including stress, rhythm, and intonation patterns. Each segment of the course will also provide easy to use activities that teachers can readily adapt to their classrooms.

This course is designed for prospective or novice teachers who are not yet familiar with the basic theories, methods, and basic practices of teaching English as a Foreign Language or for those experienced teachers needing a further grounding in the most current, up-to-date methods and practices to be more successful in their current teaching. This course will explore skills, language, & the learning process while introducing practical applications to the EFL classroom. The course will introduce the basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as issues in methodology. It will also introduce the teaching of the micro-skills of pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, and discourse. Learning styles and strategies, learner autonomy, content-based instruction, and assessment will also be covered. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kim Lawgali, MA in Applied Linguistics TEFL Certificate Program Coordinator; ESL Instructor at ELI & teaching English for over 30 years; Presenter for CATESOL, TESOL & NAFSA. Section: 098850-5003 Course No. LING-40096 Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

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This course will prepare prospective, novice, or experienced teachers with a foundation of writing skills in English. Students will be introduced into the discourse features which distinguish writing in English from the languages of the classroom participants so that they will understand the very different ways that English organizes information in the written form. Students in this course will learn ways to build writing instruction into their EFL classes. They will learn basic techniques of the process approach such as quickwriting, brainstorming, semantic mapping, drafting, peer review, and more that will help make writing instruction easier. Students will also learn a variety of writing assessment options.

Oral Presentations for Language Teachers

This course will prepare prospective, novice, or experienced teachers with the skills necessary in speaking effectively in front of small, medium, or large classrooms, while maintaining control over student interaction in the EFL classroom. The students in this course will learn how to analyze teacher speaking and presentations as they learn how to present. There will be a focus on how to speak in front of an audience using effective voice volume, rate, pitch, and rhythm patterns. Students will also learn the skills necessary to prepare and deliver lessons to a group, focusing on body language, selection of speech content, visual aids, and delivery. IN-CLASS Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Special Needs ESL Instructor at ELI since 1991. Specializes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: 098853-5003 Course No. LING-40099 Time/Date: M&W 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 19; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

This workshop is designed to provide opportunities for English learners from all levels of proficiency to learn and practice English by analyzing lyrics for useful vocabulary and idioms which are found in pop, blues, and rock music. Emphasis is given to improving pronunciation and fluency through the use of music-based activities in the language classroom. Specific attention is placed on increasing language practice in large classrooms, with tips for teachers who need to integrate communicative activities within a prescribed curriculum. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, out-of-class assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor’s syllabus. IN-CLASS Instructor: David Nolan, MEd in Curriculum Design ESL Instructor at ELI since 2006. Specializes in Business English, Test Preparation, and Advanced Grammar. Section: 098852-5003 Course No. LING-40067 Time/Date: Sa. 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Mar. 1 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 28 (rkn/ls)

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TEYL Focus on the Classroom

This course focuses on establishing the optimal classroom learning environment for foreign language acquisition in the young learner classroom. Participants will learn to use key teaching strategies and reflective teaching techniques to foster positive classroom dynamics that motivate young language learners socially and emotionally. Topics include designing and revising language learning activities to access various learning styles, multiple intelligences, and stages of educational development. Participants will also learn how to establish a meaning-rich learning environment by using frameworks for age-appropriate tasks and activities, by selecting materials and resources that bring the language and culture to life in the EFL classroom, and by employing effective classroom management strategies for a variety of class sizes and levels. IN-CLASS Instructor: Darren Scott Bigelow, MA in TESOL ESL Instructor with over 20 years of ESL teaching experience and trained new teachers for one of the largest English language schools in Japan. Section: 098855-5003 Course No. LING-40100 Time/Date: M&W 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 19; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

TEYL Focus on the Learner

TEYL Focus on the Teacher

What makes young learners successful in their foreign language studies? This course emphasizes using a learning-centered approach to promote successful foreign language acquisition in young learners in both non-immersion settings and in the mixedlanguage classroom. By focussing on young language learners and their age-related needs, cognitive development, and motivation, this course demonstrates the importance of balancing task demands with support as well as setting clear language goals to maximize success in the young language learner classroom. Participants will be engaged in lectures, readings, and discussions which highlight a learning-centered perspective to describe the development of spoken discourse, vocabulary and grammar, and literacy in young language learners.

With the emergence of English as the world’s dominant language, educational communities worldwide have grown increasingly interested in providing English language studies for their young learners. This course provides an overview of EFL educators of young English learners teaching environments and the affective factors influencing these environments. Course topics include: identification of typical English language classrooms among various educational communities, perspectives on the relationship between language and culture for young learners and their instructors, issues pertaining to teacher skill and confidence through an introduction to educational linguistics, communication skills to encourage parental/caregiver involvement in young learners’ English language development, and more.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Kelly Smith, MEd in TESOL ESL Instructor for 20 years in the USA, Mexico, and Italy. Specializes in grammar, pronunciation, and test preparation. Section: 098856-5003 Course No. LING-40094 Time/Date: Tu&Th 2:30-3:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

IN-CLASS Instructor: Darren Scott Bigelow, MA in TESOL ESL Instructor with over 20 years of ESL teaching experience and trained new teachers for one of the largest English language schools in Japan. Section: 098857-5003 Course No. LING-40091 Time/Date: Tu&Th 4:30-5:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 13 (18 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 163, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $395 ($370 if enrolled by Dec. 23). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (rkn/ls)

Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper & Internet

English Language Studies

Participants who need to know about the format of the three TOEFL tests will benefit from this workshop. The curriculum will cover all aspects of the paper-based, computer-based, and internet-based TOEFL tests, including details on how they differ and what preparation materials and teaching techniques have proven most successful in preparing students to obtain optimal scores. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, out-of-class assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor’s syllabus.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Nicola Teague, MEd in TESOL and Special Needs ESL Instructor at ELI since 1991. Specializes in reading, writing, listening, speaking, presentations and TOEFL preparation. Section: 098858-5003 Course No. LING-40068 Time/Date: Sa. 8:15-5:30 p.m., Feb.1 (1mtg.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 31 (rkn/ls)

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Visual Media in the EFL Classroom

This course will give aspiring English Language teachers ideas and methods on how to use print materials, such as magazines, books, newspapers and internet pages in EFL classroom settings. Students will also be given information on how to use media sources such as TV shows, film and documentary programs as an enhancement to the classroom environment and the student learning experience. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, out-of-class assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor’s syllabus. IN-CLASS Instructor: Todd Paul Owen, MA in TESOL ESL Instructor for ELI and the Professional TEFL Certification Program with experience teaching all subjects and levels of ESL. Section: 098859-5003 Course No. LING-40087 Time/Date: Sa 8:15 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Jan. 25 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 133, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (rkn/ls)

Workplace EFL: Teaching English in International Business and Industry

TEFL Certificate Information Session

Are you looking for a career change? Perhaps you have always wondered if teaching was right for you? UCSD Extension offers a high-quality certificate program in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), which can open doors for you to teach around the world. The information session will include a brief overview of the program, instructor presentations, and a question and answer period. Join us to learn more about the exciting field of teaching English abroad! For more information, please call (858) 534-7418 or email tefl@ucsd.edu. A light dinner and refreshments will be served. Space is limited. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kim Lawgali, MA in Applied Linguistics TEFL Certificate Program Coordinator; ESL Instructor at ELI & teaching English for over 30 years; Presenter for CATESOL, TESOL & NAFSA. Section: 098878-5003 Course No. INFO-70007 Time/Date: Wed. 6:00-7:30 p.m., Mar. 19 Location: Rm. 110, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 No refunds after:

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 098879-5003 Course No. LING-40069 Time/Date: Sa. 8:15-5:30 p.m., Feb. 22 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 160, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1 unit in Linguistics Fee: $145 No refunds after: Feb. 21 (rkn/jsz)

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This workshop is designed for instructors who want to expand their employment possibilities to include the private sector. Participants will explore how to market English for Specific Purposes (ESP) to businesses and managers whose employees need to improve both their spoken and written communication. Practical ideas for spoken and written ESP activities will be provided, as well as useful tips on designing needs assessments, setting tangible and attainable learner goals, dealing with scheduling issues, and setting tuition. Note: In order to receive credit for this course, a graded, out-of-class assignment must be submitted by the due date stated in the instructor’s syllabus.

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Teaching English as a Foreign Language The TEFL Certificate program will train teachers to use differentiated teaching methods and special techniques to rapidly increase their students’ proficiency and fluency. There is an emphasis on linguistics and contrastive analysis to increase the teacher’s knowledge of the most advanced nuances in English grammar, usage, style, and meaning. There is also an emphasis on global English and cultural competency in international communication, to increase the TEFL teacher’s effectiveness in training students who are bound for a wide variety of professional and academic uses of English in their own countries and around the world.

Guidelines Students may begin the TEFL certificate program in any quarter of the year, and it can be completed in two quarters.

Industry Requirements This certificate provides in-depth study and training in best practices and methodology for teaching EFL students, which involves (a) teaching English to non-immigrants in a multilingual classroom, and (b) teaching English in an overseas monolingual classroom. The major goals are to provide training which results in highly advanced knowledge and skills in explaining the English language -- its use both by native speakers and as a lingua franca - and to provide training which provides and increases skills in facilitating students’ acquisition of English as a foreign language.

Conditions for Admission *Native speaker of English or one of the following language proficiency scores: 525 paperbased TOEFL; 195 computer-based TOEFL; 80 Internet-based (iBT) TOEFL; 760 TOEIC; 5.5 IELTS; or “pass” on the FCE or Advanced Cambridge exams. *In addition, students must submit an application for candidacy.

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Please Note Students may take the courses without enrolling in the certificate program.

Advisors Kim Lawgali

TEFL Coordinator tefl@ucsd.edu / (858) 822-1733

Lori Serocki

Program Representative and TEFL Advisor tefl@ucsd.edu / (858) 534-7418 Certificate Advisors: Dr. Mary Ellen ButlerPascoe, System-wide Director of TESOL, Alliant International University; Dr. Grant Goodall, Professor, University of California San Diego, Department of Linguistics; Ms. Heather Giammona, Academic Director for EC Language Schools

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COURSES (All courses listed are required for the certificate.) Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure I Best Methods in Teaching Listening Skills Best Methods in Teaching Pronunciation and Fluency Best Methods in Teaching Speaking Skills Teaching Writing for Academic and Professional Purposes Theories and Methods of Language Teaching and Learning Theory and Methods of Reading Instruction

ELECTIVES (Three units required) Academic Writing Advanced Analysis of English Sentence Structure II Advanced Pronunciation & Fluency Advanced Topics in Academic Writing Bookmaking for the EFL Classroom Business Writing for Non-Native Speakers Cross-Cultural Issues in Language Teaching Effective Oral Presentation Games for the EFL Classroom Grammar & Editing I Grammar & Editing II Grammar Workshop I for EFL Grammar Workshop II for EFL Grammar Workshop III for EFL Grammar Workshop IV for EFL Grammar/Vocabulary Building Introduction to Pronunciation and Fluency for Language Teachers Introduction to Teaching English as a Foreign Language Introduction to Teaching Writing Music in the EFL Classroom Oral Presentations for Language Teachers Pronunciation & Fluency Pronunciation Workshop: Special Needs in the Asian Classroom Scientific and Technical Writing for Non-native English Speakers Teaching TOEFL Prep Classes: Paper & Internet TEFL Practicum: Best Methods in Developing and Delivering Lesson Plans TEYL Focus on the Classroom TEYL Focus on the Learner TEYL Focus on the Teacher Topics in Writing Mechanics Workplace EFL: Teaching Engl in Int’l Business and Industry Visual Media in the EFL Classroom

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To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Cert. ID: 99739-5003

Certificate Fee: $60

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Foreign Languages

Foreign Languages Live the Language! We offer the most diverse, academically-rigorous foreign languages programs in the area. The quality of our curriculum is unmatched, and our native-speaking instructors provide the passion, experience and know-how you need to learn a language year-round. Small class sizes | Academic credit Convenient evening schedule | Expert instructors

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Foreign Languages Learning a language puts the world in your hands! From Arabic to Spanish, we focus on developing your communication skills while providing a convenient evening class schedule and a supportive, comfortable environment. For details, visit extension.ucsd.edu/languages Professional Certificate in Spanish Language The ability to speak Spanish is increasingly both locally and nationally. Get quality language coursework from experienced instructors in beginning to intermediatehigh level Spanish. For details visit extension.ucsd.edu/spanish

Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English) Bilingual skills are highly marketable in today’s multicultural world and can open the door to a new career. Interpreters and translators work in public and private sectors, own and operate their own translation and interpretation service companies, or work freelance. Learn how to transfer your language skills into a career in translation or interpretation today. For details visit extension.ucsd.edu/interpretation Travel Study (Spanish) UC San Diego Extension is proud to offer academic credit for successfully completing pre-approved programs in Mexico. For details, visit extension.ucsd.edu/travelstudy

Certificate Programs PROFESSIONAL • Spanish Language • Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English)

SPECIALIZED • Translation (Spanish/English)

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contents TABLE OF CONTENTS

Arabic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136

Chinese (Mandarin). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Chinese for Communication I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Chinese for Communication II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136

French. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 French for Communication I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 French for Communication II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 French for Communication III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 French for Communication V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137

Foreign Languages

Arabic for Communication I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Modern Standard Arabic II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136

German. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 German for Communication I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 German for Communication II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137

Italian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Italian for Communication I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Italian for Communication II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138

Which Language Level Is Best for Me? • Beginners enroll in level I. • Been a while? Try level II. • You may transfer to another level if you do so before the course refund deadline. • Review the textbook chapters for each level. • Enroll in higher level course if you’re confident you meet the prerequisite language level.

Japanese. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Japanese for Communication I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Japanese for Communication II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Japanese for Communication III. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Japanese for Communication VI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Conversations in Japanese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139

Portuguese (Brazilian). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Portuguese for Communication I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Portuguese for Communication II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139

Spanish. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Instructor Profile

Carmen Alzas Carmen Alzas is a native Spanish speaker from Mexico with more than 25 years of experience teaching Spanish. She is a professional translator and the author of various textbooks on Civics and Social Studies for elementary and middle school students published by SM, Spanish editors of El Barco de Vapor.

What her students are saying . . . “The instructor made me feel like I could achieve my goals. She gave me confidence in myself. I worked harder and was more committed. Give my thanks to Carmen.”

“Carmen is a fabulous professor and goes above and beyond to teach Spanish that is academically correct, but also with enough dialect information to be relevant in our area.”

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Spanish for Communication I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Spanish for Communication II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Spanish for Communication III. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Spanish for Communication IV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Spanish for Communication V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Spanish for Communication VI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Refining Fluency in Spanish: Spain & the Caribbean. . 141 Conversations in Spanish: Literary Café. . . . . . . . . . 142

Translation & Interpretation. . . . . . . . . 142 Translation & Interpretation Program Information Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Entrance Exam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Introduction to Translation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Spanish to English Translation I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 English to Spanish Translation I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Theory and Practice of Translation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 English to Spanish Translation II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Business Translation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Introduction to Interpretation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Legal Translation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Medical Translation: Specialty Areas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Consecutive Interpretation: Theory & Practice. . . . . 144 Spanish to English Translation II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Tools and Technology in Translation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Community Interpretation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Interpretation and Translation in Education. . . . . . . 145

Specialized Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Translation (Spanish/English). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145

Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Spanish Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147

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ARABIC

Each level in the communication series builds upon the previous class. The focus in all classes is on communication and conversation skills. Grammatical points covered at each level are listed only to help students select the level that is appropriate for them if they have previously studied the language elsewhere. For textbook information, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu/ languages.

Arabic for Communication I

Various local dialects make up the spoken language of Arabic speakers. Differences between them, though, are slight, and generally speakers of different regional dialects are able to understand each other with little trouble. Because the majority of Arabic movies and songs are produced in Egypt, the most popular of these varied tongues might be colloquial Egyptian Arabic. Expand your worldview (or your career opportunities) by enrolling in this introduction to the Arabic alphabet and script, which focuses on developing basic communication skills in colloquial Egyptian Arabic. Topics include social customs such as greetings and hospitality, weather and seasons, colors and clothing, time and locations. IN-CLASS Instructor: Youniss El Cheddadi, B.A. (Abdelmalek Essaadi University) A native Arabic speaker and textbook author. Section: 099256-5003 Course No. LAAR-40000 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 119, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Arabic Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 9 (da/jme) Early enrollment advised.

Modern Standard Arabic II

This class is a continuation of Modern Standard Arabic I. The focus is on the grammar of modern standard Arabic, including past tense, future tense, comparison and superlative. Listening and reading activities will include topics on the weather, at the restaurant, at the supermarket, jobs, the city, and expressions of like and dislike. Note recommended prerequisite: “Modern Standard Arabic I”, or the equivalent.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Youniss El Cheddadi, B.A. (Abdelmalek Essaadi University) A native Arabic speaker and textbook author. Section: 099259-5003 Course No. LAAR-40006 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9mtgs.) Location: Rm. 162, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Arabic Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

CHINESE (MANDARIN)

Each level in the communication series builds upon the previous class. The focus in all classes is on communication and conversation skills. Grammatical points covered at each level are listed only to help students select the level that is appropriate for them if they have previously studied the language elsewhere. For textbook information, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu/ languages.

Chinese for Communication I

The language of the ruling class during the waning days of the Ming Dynasty, Mandarin Chinese has evolved into the language of the future as China has emerged as a major economic power in the 21st century. Mandarin is the official tongue of mainland China and Taiwan and, with over 1 billion speakers, is the most widely spoken language in the world. Get a solid foundation in Mandarin—and deepen your understanding of China’s rich history—in this introductory level course. Instruction includes basic sentence patterns as well as an introduction to Pinyin, the system used to transcribe Chinese characters into the Roman alphabet. Students will learn how to use Chinese in real life as they discuss everyday topics such as greetings, family, dates and times, hobbies, and visiting friends. Textbook preliminary lesson and lessons 1-3. IN-CLASS Instructor: Feifei Fan, B.A., M.A. and MFA Sinological researcher, freelance visual artist; holds degrees in Chinese Language and Literature, Technology Education, and Visual Communication. Section: 099260-5003 Course No. LACH-40000 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 119, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Chinese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/jme) Early enrollment advised.

Chinese for Communication II

Textbook lessons 4-7. With a focus on building oral communication in Mandarin Chinese, instruction includes compound sentences, future tense, auxiliary verbs, and a further introduction to Pinyin and Characters. Everyday topics covered include shopping, discussing the weather, and making appointments. Note recommended prerequisite: “Chinese for Communication I”, or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Feifei Fan, B.A., M.A. and MFA Sinological researcher, freelance visual artist; holds degrees in Chinese Language and Literature, Technology Education, and Visual Communication. Section: 099261-5003 Course No. LACH-40001 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 125, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Chinese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 9 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

FRENCH

Each level in the communication series builds upon the previous class. The focus in all classes is on communication and conversation skills. Grammatical points covered at each level are listed only to help students select the level that is appropriate for them if they have previously studied the language elsewhere. For textbook information, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu/ languages.

French for Communication I

The native tongue of Coco Chanel, Jacques Cousteau, and Voltaire, French is sophisticated, melodious, and popular. More than 200 million people speak French on five continents, and French is the second most taught language in the world after English. It is also the international language of fashion, cooking, and theatre. A great starting point to learn the other Romance languages, French develops critical thinking skills by exposing you to a new conceptual and linguistic framework. The course provides an introduction to French pronunciation and intonation and the basics of French grammar (the present tense, gender and the rules of agreement). Learn to describe yourself and others and engage in simple conversations. Textbook preliminary chapter and chapters 1-2. IN-CLASS Instructor: Babette Mann, M.A. A native of France who has served as an intercultural communication consultant and French instructor in the San Diego area. Section: 099262-5003 Course No. LAFR-40000 Time/Date: Tu 6:45-9:25 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 18 (10 mtgs.)

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French for Communication II

Textbook chapters 3-5. Includes a further introduction into the present tense, the future, passé composé, and prepositions. Classes are conducted entirely in French and focus on all aspects of students’ everyday life. Reading and writing exercises are added to complement in-class discussions. Note recommended prerequisite: “French for Communication I”, or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Benedicte Kaufman, M.A. A native French speaker who was educated in France and who has taught all levels of French in the independent school system. Section: 099263-5003 Course No. LAFR-40001 Time/Date: Tu 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 18 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/French Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

French for Communication III

Textbook chapters 6-8. Includes an in-depth study of French articles, continued work in the present tense, learning to describe one’s memories and describe the way things used to be (imparfait), and an examination into the subtleties of the past tense (the passé composé vs. imparfait). Students will have ample time to practice their skills through discussions of topics, such as food, health and personal memories. Note recommended prerequisite: “French for Communication II”, or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Babette Mann, M.A. A native of France who has served as an intercultural communication consultant and French instructor in the San Diego area. Section: 099264-5003 Course No. LAFR-40003 Time/Date: W 6:45-9:25 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 120, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/French Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

French for Communication V

Textbook chapters 11-12. Includes a review of pronouns and the subjunctive, and an introduction to the future and conditional tenses. Newspaper and magazine articles, as well as film excerpts, increase students’ familiarity with French culture and feed lively in-class discussions. Note recommended prerequisite: “French for Communication IV”, or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Babette Mann, M.A. A native of France who has served as an intercultural communication consultant and French instructor in the San Diego area. Section: 099274-5003 Course No. LAFR-40010 Time/Date: Th 6:45-9:25 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 20 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 120, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/French Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

GERMAN

Each level in the communication series builds upon the previous class. The focus in all classes is on communication and conversation skills. Grammatical points covered at each level are listed only to help students select the level that is appropriate for them if they have previously studied the language elsewhere. For textbook information, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu/ languages.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Silke Carpenter, J.D. (California Western School of Law) A native German speaker with extensive teaching experience. Section: 099265-5003 Course No. LAGM-40000 Time/Date: Th 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 20 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 123, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/German Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Early enrollment advised.

German for Communication II

Textbook chapters 3-5. Includes dates and numbers, personal pronouns, word order, and the perfect tense. Topics include personal responsibilities, aspirations, talents, daily routine, money, work, and homelife. Note recommended prerequisite: “German for Communication I”, or the equivalent.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Silke Carpenter, J.D. (California Western School of Law) A native German speaker with extensive teaching experience. Section: 099266-5003 Course No. LAGM-40002 Time/Date: Sa 9:30 a.m.-12:10 p.m., Jan. 18-Mar. 22 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 123, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/German Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 21 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

German for Communication I Known as Das Land der Dichter und Denker (the land of poets and thinkers), Germany is the home of Bach and Beethoven, Kant and Goethe, Einstein and Gutenberg. Having made pivotal contributions to areas as diverse as literature, science, and classical music, many say German culture is one of the most impressive in the world. By learning German, the most widely spoken language in Europe, the fruits of this massive cultural heritage can be yours. In this introductory course, students will learn about the present tense, personal pronouns, possessive adjectives, the accusative case, and word order. Topics include family, weather, telling time, describing the home, and favorite pastimes. Textbook preliminary chapter and chapters 1-2.

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ITALIAN

Each level in the communication series builds upon the previous class. The focus in all classes is on communication and conversation skills. Grammatical points covered at each level are listed only to help students select the level that is appropriate for them if they have previously studied the language elsewhere. For textbook information, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu/ languages.

Italian for Communication I

Whether you want to prepare for an exciting trip or deepen your appreciation of a fantastic culture, Italian is the language to learn. Fun and expressive, this is a language where people really do talk with their hands-dozens of gestures have clear-cut meanings-but it is also the language of great literature going back to Dante. If you take this introductory course, you will see that Italian is enjoyable, illuminating, and beautiful, a system of communication worth studying. Beginners will learn basic Italian communication skills in an interactive and engaging classroom environment. With a strong foundation in the present tense, you will learn to express preferences, ask questions, make greetings and introductions, tell time, and discuss leisure activities. IN-CLASS Instructor: Silvia Metzger, M.A. (University of Genoa, Italy) A native Italian speaker, experienced instructor, and Italian Cultural Center of San Diego board member. Section: 099268-5003 Course No. LTIT-40000 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 23-Mar. 20 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 119, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Literature/Italian Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 27 (da/jme) Early enrollment advised.

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Italian for Communication II

Level II is designed for beginner students who have had some basic exposure to Italian. Building on your prior knowledge of the present tense, you will begin to learn how to describe events that occur in the past, make basic commands, give orders and advice, and express wants and obligations. Lively discussions about daily routines, the family, food preferences, and vacation plans will help increase cultural awareness and improve your vocabulary and confidence in the language. Textbook chapters 5-8 are covered. Note: recommended prerequisite: “Italian for Communication I”, or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Silvia Metzger, M.A. (University of Genoa, Italy) A native Italian speaker, experienced instructor, and Italian Cultural Center of San Diego board member. Section: 099866-5003 Course No. LTIT-40002 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 28-Mar. 18 1 mtg. (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 143, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Literature/Italian Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 31 (da/jme) Early enrollment advised.

JAPANESE

Each level in the communication series builds upon the previous class. The focus in all classes is on communication and conversation skills. Grammatical points covered at each level are listed only to help students select the level that is appropriate for them if they have previously studied the language elsewhere. For textbook information, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu/ languages.

Japanese for Communication I

The geographically small island nation of Japan, once an isolated feudal country, has opened itself up to the world in recent years. The result has been a sophisticated fusion of East and West. A traveler will encounter corporate style high rises and temple shrines, Onsen (Japanese hot baths) and American burger joints-but a world still distinctly Japanese. Vital to understanding this fascinating, complicated terrain is the Japanese language. A tongue with a diverse array of influences, Japanese is at the same time, like the country itself, something uniquely its own. This course includes an introduction to action verbs and the phonetic syllabary called hiragana. It also focuses on greetings, numbers, dates, currency, and the fundamental structures using basic verbs. Textbook chapters 1-7 (plus a portion of chapter 10).

IN-CLASS Instructor: Nobuko Baum, M.A. (San Diego State University) A native of Kobe, Japan, with extensive experience as a Japanese instructor, interpreter and translator. Section: 099269-5003 Course No. LAJA-40000 Time/Date: M 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17, 1 mtg. TBD (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 124, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Japanese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 9 (da/jme) Early enrollment advised.

Japanese for Communication II

Textbook chapters 8-16 (chapter 10 covered in Japanese for Communication I). Includes review of hiragana and an introduction to katakana. Focuses on the -masu form verbs and adjectives. Students learn to describe things and express feelings. Topics include describing places and locations, talking on the phone, having tea together, extending invitations, and ones daily schedule. Note recommended prerequisite: “Japanese for Communication I”, or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Nobuko Baum, M.A. (San Diego State University) A native of Kobe, Japan, with extensive experience as a Japanese instructor, interpreter and translator. Section: 099270-5003 Course No. LAJA-40001 Time/Date: W 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 123, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Japanese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/jme) Early enrollment advised.

Japanese for Communication III

Textbook chapters 17-25. Includes review of hiragana and katakana, and an introduction to basic kanji. Focuses on the -te form and -nai form verbs, and advanced particle studies. Topics include transportation, giving directions and making reservations, asking permission, and expressing preferences. Note recommended prerequisite: “Japanese for Communication II”, or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kayoko Ross, M.A. A native of Tokyo, she has extensive language teaching experience both in Japan and the US. Section: 099271-5003 Course No. LAJA-40003 Time/Date: M 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17, 1 mtg. TBD (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 120, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Japanese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 9 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

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Textbook chapters 11-15. Review of previous kanji and new kanji. Focuses on the volitional form of verbs, expressing uncertainty, changes in state, conditional statements, and expressing necessity. Topics include a vacation plan, making a reservation, as well as talking about productivity and a computer problem. Note recommended prerequisite: “Japanese for Communication V”, or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kayoko Ross, M.A. A native of Tokyo, she has extensive language teaching experience both in Japan and the US. Section: 099272-5003 Course No. LAJA-40011 Time/Date: Th 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 20 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 124, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Japanese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

Conversations in Japanese

Through the use of discussions, role play, and presentations, students will be immersed in all aspects of the Japanese-speaking world and made to feel confident and at ease discussing cultural and current issues. An emphasis on learning conversation skills, brief review of grammar and kanji development is included. Class is designed to be challenging, stimulating and structured as students master conversational strategies, build language competency, refine speaking ability, improve listening comprehension, and build vocabulary. Note recommended prerequisite: “Japanese for Communication IX” or the equivalent. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kayoko Ross, M.A. A native of Tokyo, she has extensive language teaching experience both in Japan and the US. Section: 099273-5003 Course No. LAJA-40027 Time/Date: W 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 141, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Japanese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/aac) Early enrollment advised.

PORTUGUESE (BRAZILIAN)

Each level in the communication series builds upon the previous class. The focus in all classes is on communication and conversation skills. Grammatical points covered at each level are listed only to help students select the level that is appropriate for them if they have previously studied the language elsewhere. For textbook information, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu/ languages.

Portuguese for Communication I

A country of great natural splendor, Brazil is the only Portuguese speaking nation in the Americas. It is also a very large and diverse country with Brasileiros-or Brazilians-having ancestors spread out all across the world. Unique in its customs and colors, Brazilian culture is united by its fresh and lively language, Brazilian Portuguese, which, over time, has evolved to encompass the country’s vast, heterogeneous soul. With a heavy focus on oral communication, beginner students can immerse themselves in the sounds and rhythms of Brazilian Portuguese by taking this introductory course. Lessons in this class are paced to ensure that you will be comfortable in the present, past and immediate future tenses. Correct pronunciation and the use of basic, common phrases are emphasized. Textbook preliminary chapter and chapters 1-4 are covered.

Portuguese for Communication II

Level II is designed for beginner students who have a working knowledge of the grammar covered in the first level course and continues to focus on improving your oral communication skills. While using a variety of regular and irregular verbs in the various tenses, including the introduction of the imperfect tense, you will practice describing yourself, others, and how you feel; discuss aspects of daily life; and make comparisons. Delving deeper into the nuances of Brazilian Portuguese, you will learn idiomatic expressions and the difference between formal and informal speech. Songs and short passages on the country’s geographic regions and customs will help round out your understanding of the Brazilian culture. Textbook chapters 5-8 are covered. Note recommended prerequisite: “Portuguese for Communication I,” or the equivalent.

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Japanese for Communication VI

IN-CLASS Instructor: Solimar Hillier, M.A. (University of San Diego) A native of Brazil with over ten years of experience teaching Portuguese. Section: 099277-5003 Course No. LIPO-40001 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 123, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics/Portuguese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 9 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Solimar Hillier, M.A. (University of San Diego) A native of Brazil with over ten years of experience teaching Portuguese. Section: 099275-5003 Course No. LIPO-40000 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 123, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics/Portuguese Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/jme) Early enrollment advised.

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SEE ALSO

• Professional Certificate in Spanish Language—p. 146 • Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English)—p. 147 Each level in the communication series builds upon the previous class. The focus in all classes is on communication and conversation skills. Grammatical points covered at each level are listed only to help students select the level that is appropriate for them if they have previously studied the language elsewhere. For textbook information, see course listing at extension.ucsd.edu/ languages.

Spanish for Communication I

As the first in a six-level language series, Level I is aimed at total beginners. In a highly interactive, lively classroom environment, students learn to perform simple tasks in the present tense, such as making greetings and introductions, describing basic characteristics, asking questions, telling time, and using numbers. Participants actively engage in role playing, share information with each other, and write simple compositions using the Spanish language. Correct pronunciation and use of basic, common phrases are emphasized as learners gain cultural insights into the Spanish-speaking world. The textbook chapters 1-3 are covered. Note: Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Spanish Language. IN-CLASS Instructor: Rebeca Ramirez A native Spanish speaker from Mexico with more than 10 years of experience teaching and tutoring Spanish. Section: 099287-5003 Course No. LASP-40001 Time/Date: Tu&Th 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 14-Feb. 13 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 125, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

Live the Language!

IN-CLASS Instructor: Liliana B. Batelman, M.A. A native Spanish speaker from Argentina with over 27 years of teaching experience in the San Diego region. Section: 099294-5003 Course No. LASP-40001 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 140, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Mario Martinez, M.A. A heritage speaker born and raised in San Diego who has taught many levels of Spanish at various community colleges and universities. Section: 099296-5003 Course No. LASP-40001 Time/Date: W 7:00-9:40 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 125, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

Spanish for Communication II

Level II is designed for beginner students who have had some basic exposure to Spanish. Conversations include describing people, professions, places and events using a variety of regular and irregular verbs in the present tense. Students continue to expand their cultural awareness in a lively, interactive learning environment. Textbook chapters 4-6 are covered. Note recommended prerequisite: “Spanish for Communication I”, or the equivalent. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Spanish Language. IN-CLASS Instructor: Rebeca Ramirez A native Spanish speaker from Mexico with more than 10 years of experience teaching and tutoring Spanish. Section: 099297-5003 Course No. LASP-40002 Time/Date: Tu&Th 7:00-9:40 p.m., Feb. 18-Mar. 20; (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 125, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9) No refunds after: Feb. 21 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Mario Martinez, M.A. A heritage speaker born and raised in San Diego who has taught many levels of Spanish at various community colleges and universities. Section: 099298-5003 Course No. LASP-40002 Time/Date: M 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 107, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9) No refunds after: Jan. 9 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

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Spanish for Communication III

Designed for those who have familiarity with the basic structures of Spanish, Level III students learn to discuss many aspects of home life, types of hobbies, and how to express their opinions and reactions. Conversational skills improve through a variety of small group activities, while practicing the use of direct and indirect object pronouns, the present progressive and the preterite tenses. Textbook chapters 7-9 are covered. Note recommended prerequisite: “Spanish for Communication II,” or the equivalent. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Spanish Language. IN-CLASS Instructor: Rebeca Ramirez A native Spanish speaker from Mexico with more than 10 years of experience teaching and tutoring Spanish. Section: 099300-5003 Course No. LASP-40003 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 124, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

Spanish for Communication IV

In a highly interactive, lively classroom environment, Level IV students will continue to develop their comfort in speaking and understanding Spanish while learning to discuss many aspects of Hispanic pastimes, household chores, health and illnesses, accidents and the pressures of student life. The student’s knowledge of Spanish culture continues to grow while learning about countries like Colombia, Venezuela, and Puerto Rico. The imperfect tense, the superlatives, relative pronouns and the expression of reciprocal actions are among the grammar topics covered in the course. Textbook chapters 10-12 are covered. Note recommended prerequisite: “Spanish for Communication III”, or the equivalent. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Spanish Language.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Carmen Alzas A professional translator, textbook author, and native Spanish speaker from Mexico with more than 25 years of experience teaching Spanish. Section: 099302-5003 Course No. LASP-40004 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 107, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

Spanish for Communication V

Level V focuses on learning beyond basic communication know-how. Participants progress to a higher comfort level of speaking Spanish as they begin to use the subjunctive mood in order to express emotions, persuade, and debate points, as well as use the present perfect and pluperfect verb tenses. Conversation topics include technology and things we own, arts and entertainment, the environment, to name a few. Actively using Spanish in a learner-centered environment, participants not only improve their communication skills, but also expand their cultural understanding of the Spanish-speaking world learning about countries like Perú, Argentina, Bolivia, and Ecuador. Textbook chapters 12-14 are covered. Note recommended prerequisite: “Spanish for Communication IV”, or the equivalent. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Spanish Language. IN-CLASS Instructor: Carmen Alzas A professional translator, textbook author, and native Spanish speaker from Mexico with more than 25 years of experience teaching Spanish Section: 099303-5003 Course No. LASP-40005 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 20 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 107, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

Spanish for Communication VI

At this level, participants strengthen their competency in Spanish while building considerable confidence in using the language in diverse situations. Conversation topics include relationships, professions, the working world, news, government, shopping abroad, etc. Students use the subjunctive (adjective clauses, adverbial clauses), the future, the past subjunctive, the conditional tenses for making effective arguments, expressing how to stall for time, and speculating on past and future events. Students also

review and practice verb tenses and further enrich their understanding of the Hispanic world learning about countries like Uruguay, Spain, and Chile. Textbook chapters 15-18 are covered. Note recommended prerequisite: “Spanish for Communication V”, or the equivalent. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Spanish Language. IN-CLASS Instructor: Susana Gambarde Demaestri A native Spanish speaker and a neuroliguistic specialist with more than 20 years’ experience in teaching Spanish. Section: 099305-5003 Course No. LASP-40006 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 16-Mar. 20 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 140, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Walberto Diaz, M.A. A native Spanish speaker who has taught at USD, SDSU, and Southwestern College. Section: 099299-5003 Course No. LASP-40002 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11; (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 107, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9) No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

Refining Fluency in Spanish: Spain & the Caribbean

Designed for intermediate Spanish speakers, instruction focuses on developing greater fluency. Utilizing the communicative approach, you will refine your ability to describe, compare, react and recommend through more advanced interactive practice and review of key grammatical points and vocabulary. By structuring lessons around these functional areas and the culture and history of Spain and the countries of the Caribbean, you learn to communicate in Spanish in realworld scenarios. Chapters 1-2 of Punto y Aparte Expanded Edition are covered. Note recommended prerequisite: “Spanish for Communication VI”, or the equivalent. The Refining Fluency in Spanish courses may be taken in any order. Elective in the Professional Certificate in Spanish Language. IN-CLASS Instructor: Susana Gambarde Demaestri A native Spanish speaker and a neuroliguistic specialist with more than 20 years’ experience in teaching Spanish. Section: 099599-5003 Course No. LASP-40060 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 153, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Language/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

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Conversations in Spanish: Literary Café

Explore the rich and wide-ranging worlds of contemporary Latin America and Spain through the works of their most talented authors. A relaxed and inviting atmosphere allows you to have fun while you increase your reading, writing, and speaking skills and explore the nuances and subtleties of the Spanish language and culture. An emphasis on vocabulary development and brief reviews of grammar and mechanics are included. The work of writers such as Gabriel García Márquez, Jorge Luis Borges, Horacio Quiroga, Isabel Allende, Pablo Neruda, Juan Rulfo, and Emilia de Pardo Bazán are included. Different readings and genres are addressed with each course offering. Note recommended prerequisite: “Spanish for Communication VI”, or the equivalent. Elective for the Professional Certificate in Spanish Language. Repeatable up to three times for credit. IN-CLASS Instructor: Graciela Gomez-Vittori, B.A. An experienced instructor with a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish Literature and Linguistics who has taught for over 20 years. Section: 099306-5003 Course No. LTSP-40004 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 12 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 119, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Literature/Spanish Fee: $295 ($270 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 18 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

TRANSLATION & INTERPRETATION SEE ALSO

• Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English)—p. 147 • Specialized Certificate in Translation (Spanish/English)—p. 145

Translation & Interpretation Program Information Session

This free information session is designed for those who are interested in learning more about UCSD Extension’s Translation and Interpretation programs and the profession of translation and interpretation. For more information prior to this session, please visit extension.ucsd.edu/interpretation. IN-CLASS Instructor: Teresa Newman, FNP, M.A., Ph.D. An experienced scientific translator, interpreter, and healthcare provider. Director of Community Outreach Services at Scripps Health. Jennifer M. Eller M.A. Program Representative. Section: 099361-5003 Course No. INFO-70027 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-8:00 p.m., Dec. 10 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 107, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 No refunds after: Dec. 10 (da/mma) Early enrollment advised.

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Students must pass the entrance exam prior to enrolling in either certificate program. The exam is a written assessment of your language skills in English and Spanish. In particular, it tests your knowledge of vocabulary, reading comprehension, and spelling, including proper use of diacritics, e.g. accent marks in both languages, and assesses your ability to complete college-level coursework. Select courses may be taken prior to passing the entrance exam, however, admission to advanced courses and obtaining either certificate requires its successful completion. Note: The exam may be completed on-campus or online. Online exam takers must know how to type accented characters in Spanish. Directions can be found at http://studyspanish.com/accents/typing.htm. Dictionaries are permitted. ONLINE Instructor: Jennifer M. Eller, M.A. Program Representative. Section: 099362-5003 Course No. EXAM-80002 Time/Date: Dec. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $75 No refunds after: Dec. 12 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jennifer M. Eller, M.A. Program Representative. Section: 099600-5003 Course No. EXAM-80002 Time/Date: Sa. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Dec. 14 (1 mtg.) Location: Rm. 107, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $75 No refunds after: Dec. 12 (da/jme) No visitors permitted. Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Introduction to Translation

Discover how to turn your language skills into a new career in translation. Get a practical introduction to the field of translation in this hands-on course. Vocabulary studies and problem solving techniques associated with translation are highlighted. Translation methods and career options are also addressed. Note: Fluency in both English and Spanish is required. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. Requirement for the Specialized Certificate in Translation. ONLINE Instructor: Judy Jenner, MBA A master-level court-certified Spanish interpreter. The president of the Nevada Interpreters and Translators Association. Section: 099386-5003 Course No. LING-40106 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Feb. 10 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $225 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

ONLINE Instructor: Jennifer De La Cruz, B.A., ATA, Certified Court Interpreter A Federally Certified Court Interpreter with over 15 years of experience as a Spanish translator and interpreter. Section: 099371-5003 Course No. LING-40106 Time/Date: Feb. 11-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $225 No refunds after: Feb. 17 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Georgina Bushnell, B.S. An international lecturer and a native Spanish speaker from Mexico City. 18 years experience in scientific and technical translation and interpretation. Section: 099384-5003 Course No. LING-40106 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Feb. 20-Mar. 20 (5 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 133, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1.5 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $225 No refunds after: Feb. 26 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Spanish to English Translation I

This course is designed to improve the writing skills of translators working from Spanish into English. Students will review the fundamentals of written English grammar and will make contrastive analyses between Spanish and English writing styles, so that their translations are written in error-free English. Note prerequisite: Fluency in both English and Spanish is required. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. Requirement for the Specialized Certificate in Translation. ONLINE Instructor: Mary Negrete, M.A. TESOL, B.A. Has over 20 years of experience teaching ESL, basic composition, and grammar at the community college and university level. Section: 099430-5003 Course No. LING-40040 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Mary Negrete, M.A. TESOL, B.A. Has over 20 years of experience teaching ESL, basic composition, and grammar at the community college and university level. Section: 099432-5003 Course No. LING-40040 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 140, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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This course consists of an intensive review of the general rules of Spanish written language and its present modifications. It is taught entirely in Spanish and will cover the Spanish written fundamentals necessary for writing error-free Spanish translations. Instruction will focus on the latest revision of regulations by the Real Academia Española, as well as the most common problems translators face in the areas of spelling, punctuation, word usage, and grammar. Note prerequisite: Fluency in both English and Spanish is required. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. Requirement for the Specialized Certificate in Translation. ONLINE Instructor: Carmen Alzas A professional translator, textbook author, and native Spanish speaker from Mexico with more than 25 years of experience teaching Spanish. Section: 099391-5003 Course No. LING-40039 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. IN-CLASS Instructor: Georgina Bushnell, B.S. An international lecturer and a native Spanish speaker from Mexico City. 18 years experience in scientific and technical translation and interpretation. Section: 099428-5003 Course No. LING-40039 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 18 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 112, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Theory and Practice of Translation

This course introduces the basic theory and strategies for written translation. Students translate texts from various categories including literary, technical, business and advertising. Through hands-on practice and exercises, participants develop the fundamental analytical, cognitive, and linguistic skills that are essential for professional written as well as sight translations. Note prerequisite: Successful completion of Entrance Exam and “Introduction to Translation.” Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. Requirement for the Specialized Certificate in Translation.

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ONLINE Instructor: Jennifer De La Cruz, B.A., ATA, Certified Court Interpreter A Federally Certified Court Interpreter with over 15 years of experience as a Spanish translator and interpreter. Section: 099433-5003 Course No. LING-40004 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

English to Spanish Translation II

This course covers the basic techniques and strategies for English to Spanish translation. It analyzes common English to Spanish translation pitfalls and the differences between these languages’ written styles. The course is appropriate for beginning translators as well as experienced professionals who wish to refine their skills. Participants will practice translating a wide variety of texts into Spanish, work with different formats, review several tools, and discuss practical related articles and examples. Note prerequisite: Successful completion of Entrance Exam, “Introduction to Translation,” “Theory and Practice of Translation,” and “English to Spanish Translation I.” Elective for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. Requirement for the Specialized Certificate in Translation. ONLINE Instructor: Carmen Alzas A professional translator, textbook author, and native Spanish speaker from Mexico with more than 25 years of experience teaching Spanish. Section: 099429-5003 Course No. LING-40027 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Business Translation

Learn specific skills to translate a variety of texts found in a business environment. Learn about different types of business organizations, understand the language of contracts and gain vocabulary used in economics and international commerce. Solutions to typical business translation hurdles and the development of subject-specific glossaries are addressed. Practice techniques and concepts learned in a hands-on classroom environment.

Note prerequisites: Successful completion of Entrance Exam, “Introduction to Translation,” “Theory and Practice of Translation,” “Spanish to English Translation I,” and “English to Spanish Translation I.” Certified or registered interpreters are welcome to enroll without completing above prerequisites. Elective for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. ONLINE Instructor: Luz Marcela Reyes, MBA A certified translator by Georgia State University and the ATA. Marcela was the Administrator of ATA’s Spanish Division for the years 2010 to 2012. Section: 099439-5003 Course No. LING-40025 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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Introduction to Interpretation

This course examines the profession of interpreting, including employment opportunities, the role of the interpreter, administrative matters, and ethical considerations. In addition, an overview will be given of the three modes of interpretation (sight, consecutive and simultaneous), as well as the different areas of interpretation, such as legal, medical, business, community and conference interpretation. Note: Fluency in both English and Spanish is required. Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kathy Figueroa, M.A. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee A Certified Healthcare Interpreter(tm) through the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters. Section: 099389-5003 Course No. LING-40109 Time/Date: Th 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 16-Feb. 13 (5 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 133, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 1.5 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $225 No refunds after: Jan. 22 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Judy Jenner, MBA A master-level court-certified Spanish interpreter. The president of the Nevada Interpreters and Translators Association. Section: 099381-5003 Course No. LING-40109 Time/Date: Feb. 11-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $225 No refunds after: Feb. 17 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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Legal Translation

Through hands-on practice, exercises, and the study of legal concepts in our language/ legal system combination, students apply translation techniques to render a product with the same legal effect it is meant to have in its source legal system and language. A translation method is implemented through research and discussion of sample legal texts and course materials. Course focus is on criminal law and procedure as applied in the U.S. courts. Each lesson includes a parallel study of criminal law and procedure in a model Civil Law country to that of the U.S. model. Note prerequisites: Successful completion of Entrance Exam, “Introduction to Translation,” “Theory and Practice of Translation,” “Spanish to English Translation I,” and “English to Spanish Translation I.” Elective for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. ONLINE Instructor: Staff Section: 099446-5003 Course No. LING-40035 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Medical Translation: Specialty Areas

This specialized course examines technical terminology and scientific writing style required in medical translation. Emphasis is on developing a conceptual framework and cogent bicultural approach to the translation of medical literature. Gain a basic understanding of medical concepts and terminology in neurology, nephrology, obstetrics and gynecology through lecture and practical exercises. Note prerequisites: Successful completion of Entrance Exam, “Introduction to Translation,” “Theory & Practice of Translation,” “Spanish to English Translation I,” and “English to Spanish Translation I.” Elective for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. ONLINE Instructor: Teresa Newman, FNP, M.A., Ph.D. An experienced scientific translator, interpreter, and healthcare provider. Director of Community Outreach Services at Scripps Health. Section: 099445-5003 Course No. LING-40093 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A, 30 hours of BRN relicensure credit. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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Consecutive Interpretation: Theory & Practice

This course offers students the opportunity to apply consecutive interpretation techniques in a variety of topics and settings. Topics are generalized and emphasis is placed on enhancing listening performance and note-taking skills. Note prerequisites: Successful completion of the Entrance Exam and “Introduction to Interpretation.” Requirement for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. IN-CLASS Instructor: Kathy Figueroa, M.A. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee A Certified Healthcare Interpreter(tm) through the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters. Section: 099438-5003 Course No. LING-40037 Time/Date: W 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 15-Mar. 19 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 133, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Spanish to English Translation II

This course covers the latest techniques and strategies in Spanish to English translation and is appropriate for beginning translators as well as experienced professionals who wish to refine their skills. The acquisition of appropriate vocabulary and practice in solving problems of contrastive syntax is emphasized. Included is a brief review of English grammar and orthography when relevant, along with tips on how to find and obtain resources that save time when researching hard-to-find words or expressions. Note prerequisites: Successful completion of Entrance Exam, “Introduction to Translation,” “Spanish to English Translation I,” and “Theory and Practice of Translation.” Elective for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. Requirement for the Specialized Certificate in Translation. ONLINE Instructor: Mary Negrete, M.A. TESOL, B.A. Has over 20 years of experience teaching ESL, basic composition, and grammar at the community college and university level. Section: 099592-5003 Course No. LING-40011 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Tools and Technology in Translation

Learn about on- and off-line resources to increase productivity, refine researching skills and assure a top-quality translation work. Feel comfortable showcasing your talent and networking with clients and colleagues through a professional site, web profiles and social networking outlets. Build teamwork and organizational skills and get ready to manage large translation projects. Become familiar with the Computer-Assisted Translation Tool (CAT) environment and some industry-specific jargon to communicate better with project managers and other players in the translation industry worldwide. Note: Intended for experienced and beginning translators who already have basic computer skills. Elective for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. Requirement for the Specialized Certificate in Translation. ONLINE Instructor: Rafaela Lombardino, B.A., B.S., C.T. A native Brazilian working as a professional translator since 1997. She is certified in EN>PT and EN/ES language combinations. Section: 099440-5003 Course No. LING-40107 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category B. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Community Interpretation

Learn the necessary skills to interpret for non-native speakers wishing to access public services (i.e. legal, health, education, government, and social services). Obtain basic consecutive and simultaneous interpretation techniques through hands-on practice in the classroom. The current job market, professional standards, and employment opportunities for community interpreters are also discussed. Note prerequisites: Successful completion of Entrance Exam, “Introduction to Interpretation”, “Consecutive Interpretation”, and “Simultaneous Interpretation”. Certified or registered interpreters may enroll without completing above prerequisites. Elective for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation.

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Interpretation and Translation in Education

Translators and interpreters have a wide variety of roles in education settings, including working with school/district documents, in special education, facilitating appointments with students and parents, as well as bridging the communication divide between the community and officials at state, local board, and community meetings. Learn the education-specific vocabulary and acronyms you need to know to excel as a translator and interpreter in the education environment. Note prerequisites: Successful completion of Entrance Exam, “Introduction to Translation,” “Introduction to Interpretation,” “English to Spanish Translation I,” “Theory and Practice of Translation,” “Simultaneous Interpretation,” and “Consecutive Interpretation.” Elective for the Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation. IN-CLASS Instructor: Rodolfo Valentan, Certified Translator and Interpreter A native Spanish speaker from Mexico City who has been working in the field of education since 1992. Section: 099442-5003 Course No. LING-40102 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 18 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 133, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Linguistics Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Certificate Programs Foreign Languages SPECIALIZED • Translation (Spanish/English) PROFESSIONAL • Spanish Language • Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English)

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Translation (Spanish/English) Designed for bilingual adults who may or may not already be working in the field of translation, the program offers high-level instruction and professional training from active professionals. It can set you apart from the competition and certify to potential employers that you possess the bilingual proficiency, cultural understanding, theoretical knowledge, and skill set they are looking for. Graduates of our program go on to own and operate their own translation businesses, freelance, work for private companies or work within the public sector. Looking for a broader translation and interpretation program?

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Rebeca F. Calderon, M.A. A federal- and state-certified court interpreter with extensive teaching experience and over 25 years of translation and interpretation experience. Section: 099437-5003 Course No. LING-40033 Time/Date: Sa 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Jan. 11-Mar. 15 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 109, UCSD Extension Complex. Rm. 133, UCSD Extension Complex. Credit: 3 units in Linguistics 5 points of ATA Continuing Education in Category A. Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/jme) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Conditions for Admission

Total fluency in both English and Spanish, including the ability to speak, read, and write at a second year university level, is required. Fluency is determined by a written entrance exam (available online and onsite). Select courses may be taken prior to the entrance exam.

Certificate Guidelines

The Specialized Certificate in Translation (Spanish/English) is issued upon completion of the entrance exam and the total number of required credit units (19.5 quarter units). The approximate cost of the program is $2,910 (includes course fees, entrance exam fee, and certificate enrollment fee) and is paid incrementally as students enroll in courses rather than up front. Cost does not include textbooks, materials and parking. Course fees and schedules are subject to change.

Information Session (Find out more about the program in a free, on-site information session.)

• Translation & Interpretation Program Information Session (INFO-70027)

PREREQUISITE • Entrance Exam (EXAM-80002)

Required Courses (All 7 courses are required.) • Introduction to Translation (LING-40106) • Tools and Technology in Translation (LING-40107) • English to Spanish Translation I (LING40039) • Spanish to English Translation I (LING40040) • English to Spanish Translation II (LING40027) • Spanish to English Translation II (LING40011) • Theory and Practice of Translation (LING40004) Cert. ID: 99828-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Arts, Humanities & Languages, (858) 534-5760 Email: ahl@ucsd.edu

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

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Spanish Language The ability to speak Spanish is increasingly important in the San Diego area. Many employers view proficiency in Spanish and broad familiarity with social norms within bicultural settings as preferred—even required-job qualifications. The Professional Certificate in Spanish is designed for individuals with little or no background in Spanish. The goal of the program is to bring novice language learners to at least a highintermediate level of Spanish. Students begin with the Communication Series then advance to Refining Fluency and/or Conversations in Spanish. Upon completion of the program, participants should have developed both the language skills and cultural understanding to communicate within a Spanish-speaking environment. The program aims to provide diverse offerings to accommodate the variety of reasons people want to learn Spanish, whether they want to be able to communicate in another culture, to increase professional opportunities, to gain a new skill and expertise, or to better understand their own heritage. Participants have the opportunity to further reinforce their language and cultural learning experience through pre-approved language immersion programs in Mexico. The academic credit earned in these programs can be applied to the certificate as elective credit.

Program Benefits • Pre-planned curriculum and sequence of courses designed to keep you on track and increase your confidence, ease, and fluidity with the language. • Communication Series, Refining Fluency Series, and Conversations in Spanish Series that require one respective textbook to help manage costs. • Convenient evening and Saturday morning classes that fit your busy professional schedule. • Small class sizes and a relaxed, interactive and supportive class atmosphere for maximum opportunity to practice. • Expert native-speaking instructors, experienced in teaching adult language learners. • Increased cultural awareness and historical knowledge of the Spanish-speaking world. • Motivated adult learners who share your interests. • UC San Diego Extension academic credit.

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ELECTIVES (Choose a minimum of nine units) GENERAL ELECTIVES (It is recommended that electives be taken after completion of Spanish for Communication VI, unless otherwise indicated) Refining Fluency in Spanish: Spain & the Caribbean Refining Fluency in Spanish: Mexico & the Southern Cone Refining Fluency in Spanish: Andean region and Central America Conversations in Spanish: Practical Dialogues Conversations in Spanish: News and World Issues Conversations in Spanish: Literary Café Spanish for Healthcare Professionals

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TRAVEL STUDY ELECTIVES (Programs available in Mexico at extension.ucsd.edu/travelstudy L=La Jolla M=Mission Valley O=Online U=University City n=Location TBA

• A professional certificate in Spanish which can lead to new professional opportunities in our bicultural and bilingual region. • Transfer coursework completed elsewhere and begin mid-program. • Free online placement exams available. • Short language immersion programs in Mexico to help speed the language-learning process.

Guidelines In order to receive the Professional Certificate in Spanish, participants must successfully complete the total number of credit units (27 quarter units) and the Spanish Language Proficiency Exam. Exceptions must be approved by the academic department in advance. The approximate cost of the program is estimated at $2,715 (include course fees and certificate enrollment fee) and is paid incrementally as students enroll in courses, rather than up front. Early enrollment discounts reduce price to $2,490. Cost does not include textbooks, materials and parking.

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 148-155. Cert. ID: 99733-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Arts, Humanities & Languages, (858) 534-5760 E-mail: ahl@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 156-162. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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REQUIRED COURSES (All 21 units are required.) Introduction to Translation Introduction to Interpretation English to Spanish Translation I Spanish to English Translation I Theory and Practice of Translation Sight Translation: Theory & Practice Consecutive Interpretation: Theory & Practice Simultaneous Interpretation: Theory & Practice

GENERAL ELECTIVES

Conditions for Admission Total fluency in both English and Spanish, including the ability to speak, read, and write at a second year university level, is required. Fluency is determined by a written entrance exam (online or onsite). Select courses may be taken prior to the entrance exam.

Advisors Rebeca Calderon, M.A.

Manager, Interpreter Services, United States District Courts Federal and State Certified Court Interpreter

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• Gain hands-on experience in the classroom. • Flexibility to specialize in and enhance your professional background. • Career-oriented practical course content designed to provide fundamental technical skills. • Refine your skills with our resource library and state-of-the-art language laboratory. • Participate in online and onsite courses, which offer weekly, evening, and Saturday scheduling options. • Improve your chances of passing the American Translators Association (ATA) and the California Court Interpreter examinations.

The Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English) is issued upon completion of the entrance exam and the total number of required credit units (30 quarter units). The approximate cost of the program is $4,410 (includes course fees, entrance exam fee, and certificate enrollment fee) and is paid incrementally as students enroll in courses rather than up front. Cost does not include textbooks, materials and parking. Course fees and schedules are subject to change.

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The Professional Certificate in Translation and Interpretation (Spanish/English) is designed for bilingual adults who may or may not already be working in the field of translation and interpretation. Our reputable and rigorous program offers high-level instruction and professional training from active professionals to set you apart from the competition and certify to potential employers that you possess the bilingual proficiency, cultural understanding, theoretical knowledge, and skill set they need. Graduates of our program go on to own and operate their own translation and interpretation service companies, freelance, work for private companies or work within the public sector.

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LEGAL Introduction to Court Interpretation Legal Interpretation in Criminal Proceedings Legal Translation

MEDICAL Medical Translation: Internal Medicine Medical Translation: Specialty Areas Medical Interpretation

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Barbara Edwards

Senior Court Services Analyst, Court Interpreters Program Exec Office Programs Division, Judicial Council of CA

Grant Goodall, PhD

Director and Professor, Linguistics Language Program University of California, San Diego

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 148-155. Cert. ID: 99746-5003

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Application Fee: $60 Contact: Arts, Humanities & Languages, (858) 534-5760 E-mail: ahl@ucsd.edu

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Associate Professor/Author and Founder of ACEBO Monterey Institute of International Studies Manager, Translation and Community Services San Diego Unified School District

Teresa Newman, PhD, FNP

Director, Community Outreach Services Scripps Healthcare

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 156-162 To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

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While many industries shrink, healthcare continues to grow. If you are working in the areas of mental or physical health or in safety — or would like to be — you’ll want to enhance your knowledge and marketability with the latest skills and information. UC San Diego Extension’s health and safety-related courses are taught by seasoned working professionals.

ONLINE Healthcare Courses: • Clinical Trials & Research p. 151 • Fitness Instruction & Exercise Science p. 157 • Healthcare Career Proficiencies & Healthcare FYI p.158 • Healthcare Information Technology p. 161 • Lactation Education p. 161 • Nursing & Clinical Professionals p. 162 • Nutrition p. 163 OSHA Training Institute The OSHA Training Institute at UCSD offers first-rate occupational health and safety courses. Since its authorization from OSHA in 1992, the Education Center has established training programs for the construction, general and maritime industries. The OSHA Training Institute is known worldwide and serves both public and private sectors. Visit osha.ucsd.edu

Health Information Technology The conversion to electronic medical records is central to health care reform in America. EMRs are projected to improve patient care and lower costs through better coordination of medical services. In this fast-paced course for individuals with clinical, project management and/or IT experience, you will come away with a broad understanding of the EMR landscape and find out how you can be a productive part of this sector of the healthcare industry. See page 161

Post Baccalaureate Strengthen your application to medical schools throughout the country.

New Clinical Trials Courses—Coming Soon The Alzheimer’s Clinical Trials course will be a new elective. Also new: the Becoming a Principal Investigator course. Become workforce ready through our clinical trials program portfolio.

For more information, please email: Joel Tolson, jdtolson@ucsd.edu

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• Unique, intensive, full-time 12-month program • Emphasis on academic record enhancement, MCAT Prep, application/portfolio development • Supportive learning community focused on a small participant cohort • New course based on a successful, 23year UCSD School of Medicine program

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SPECIALIZED • Case Management • Clinical Trials Administration • Clinical Trials in Latin America • Emergency Department Nursing • Healthcare Information Technology • Lactation Consultant • Play Therapy PROFICIENCY • Outpatient Coding ADVANCED • Clinical Laboratory Scientist • Global Health Policy PROFESSIONAL • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling • Clinical Trials Design and Management • Fitness Instruction/Exercise Science • Hospital Coding • Occupational Safety and Health

Healthcare Fundamentals 3-Pack • Introduction to U.S. Healthcare: The who’s and what’s of our system • Overview of Medical Practice: How the components work together • Medical Terminology: The necessary vocabulary for the industry The Healthcare Fundamentals 3-Pack provides a handy orientation for newcomers to healthcare and a firm foundation for health professionals looking to learn more about the industry. From a 30,000-foot overview of the forces that shape the industry to an on-the-ground look at the issues, constraints and vocabulary of providing individual patient care, the 3-Pack gives students a true sense of what it means to work in a healthcare environment. See page 159

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Clinical Trials & Research. . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Introduction to Clinical Research. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Drug Development Process. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Human Subjects Protection and IRBs. . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Good Clinical Practices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Science of Clinical Trials Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Practical Clinical Statistics for the Non-Statistician. . 151 Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring Clinical Trials. . . . . . . 151 Advanced Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring Clinical Trials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Regulation of Drugs, Biologics, Devices, and Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Understanding Oncology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Monitoring Oncology Trials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Clinical Study Implementation and Management. . . 152 Data Management Systems for Sponsors of Clinical Trials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Working with Clinical Research Organizations (CROs). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Setting Up a New Clinical Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Financial Management of Clinical Trials. . . . . . . . . . 153 Introducción a la Investigación Clínica Internacional. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 El Proceso de Desarrollo de Fármacos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Buenas Prácticas Clínicas (BPC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Comités de Ética/Protección de Sujetos Humanos . . 154 Monitorización de Estudios Clínicos. . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Estándares Profesionales en la Conducción de Estudios Clínicos. . . . . . . . . . . 154 Preparación para un Nuevo Estudio Clínico. . . . . . . 154 Organizaciones de Investigacion Clinica por Contrato (CRO). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154

Coding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Basic Medical Coding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155

Counseling & Behavioral Sciences . . . . 155 Chemical Dependency II: Intervention, Treatment, Management, Patient Health Promotion, and Recovery. . . . . . . . . . . 155 Case Management: Assessment, Orientation, and Treatment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Applied Skills for Group Dynamics and Facilitation. . 155 Introduction to Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. . . 156 Developmental Play Therapy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Structured Play Therapy: CognitiveBehavioral Play Therapy, Pre-Set Play, Introduction of Resolutions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Legal and Ethical Issues in Child Treatment with Emphasis on Play Therapy and Assessment. . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Sandplay Therapy: The Journey Begins. . . . . . . . . . . 156 Fundamentals of Sandplay Therapy. . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Sandplay Therapy: Case Consultation . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Cultural Imagery and Sandplay Themes. . . . . . . . . . 157 Sandplay Therapy and Jungian Theory. . . . . . . . . . . 157

Healthcare Career Proficiencies . . . . . . 158

Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164

Anatomy and Physiology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Lab: Anatomy & Physiology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Introduction to Public Health and Global Issues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Introduction to US Healthcare. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Occupational Safety & Security for Health Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Medical Terminology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Overview of Medical Practice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159

EM385-1-1 40 Hour Safety (UCSD 9300) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 Trainer Course - International Construction Safety (ISEI 5050). . . . . . . . . . . . 164 Electrical Safety Standards NFPA 70E - 2-Day (UCSD 3094). . . . . . . . . . . 164 Trainer Course - Fall Protection (UCSD 9060) . . . . . 164 Scaffolding (UCSD 3200). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 Trainer Course - Confined Space (UCSD 2265) . . . . 165 Trainer Course - Forklift Safety (UCSD 9020). . . . . . 165 Trainer Course - Rigging Safety (UCSD 9030) . . . . . 165 Trainer Course - Trenching Trainer (UCSD 3011). . . 165

Healthcare FYI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Basics of Healthcare. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 The Acute Care Hospital. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Medical-Legal Aspects of Health Care. . . . . . . . . . . 160 Financial Drivers of Health Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Science and the Medical Knowledge Base. . . . . . . . 160 Understanding US Healthcare. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Ethics for Healthcare Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Healthcare Project Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Presentation Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161

Special Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 Politics & Public Policy of US Healthcare - Sacramento. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165

Specialized Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . 166

Project Management in the Healthcare Environment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161

Case Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166 Clinical Trials Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Clinical Trials in Latin America. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Emergency Department Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Healthcare Information Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Lactation Consultant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Play Therapy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168

Lactation Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161

Advanced Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169

Lactation Consultant Education. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Lactation Medical Documentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Lactation Educator Counselor Training Program. . . . 161

Clinical Laboratory Scientist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169 Global Health Policy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170

Nursing & Clinical Professionals. . . . . . 162

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling. . . . . . . . . . . . 171 Clinical Trials Design and Management . . . . . . . . . 172 Fitness Instruction/Exercise Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Hospital Coding Specialist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Occupational Safety and Health. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175

Healthcare Information Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161

Case Management Intensive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 Fundamentals of Maternal & Newborn Nursing Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 Fundamentals of Infection Prevention/ Clinical Epidemiology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 Infection Prevention for Healthcare Epidemiology . . 162 Emergency Department Nursing, Part I . . . . . . . . . . 162 Emergency Department Nursing, Part II. . . . . . . . . . 163 Nurse Refresher & Re-Entry Program. . . . . . . . . . . . 163

Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . 171

Nutrition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Cultural Foods. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Introduction to Nutrition Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Nutrition Therapy for Healthcare Professionals. . . . . 163 Nutrition Throughout the Lifecycle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163

Fitness Instruction & Exercise Science. 157 Foundations of Exercise Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Behavior Change and Lifestyle Coaching. . . . . . . . . 157 Strength and Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 The Physiology of Exercise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Exercise Programming for Specific Health Conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Sports Injuries and Emergency Procedures. . . . . . . . 158

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• Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management—p. 172 • Specialized Certificate in Clinical Trials Administration—p. 167

Introduction to Clinical Research

As an introduction to both the field of clinical trials and the certificate programs, this course provides a basic introduction and overview of the clinical research process and the two Clinical Trials certificates. Participants receive information on how to best complete the program and conduct a job search in this area based on their background and experience. Note: Prerequisite for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management. May be waived with instructor permission. ONLINE Instructor: Robin Smith, R.N., BSN, CCRA Director, Clinical Trial Registries, Global Clinical Services, Allergan Pharmaceuticals. Section: 099015-5003 Course No. FPM-40270 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 8 CE hours. Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (glm/sl) One week after enrollment..

Drug Development Process

This keystone course examines the drug development process and history of clinical trials. Topics include sources of new drugs & devices; the process of discovery; how a discovery becomes a drug or device; the definition, phases, and purposes of both pharmacological and clinical development; the history of drug/device regulation and effects of historical events on regulatory oversight; investigative new drug applications; and premarket approval applications. Note: Requirement for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management. Prerequisite for Science of Clinical Trials Design, and Human Subjects Protection and IRBs. ONLINE Instructor: Lynne Eddy, Ph.D. Former Director, Clinical Research Practices at Alliance Pharmaceutical Corp. Section: 099017-5003 Course No. FPM-40173 Time/Date: Jan. 16-Mar. 18 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 24 CE hours. Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (glm/sl) One week after enrollment..

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Human Subjects Protection and IRBs

ONLINE Instructor: Robin Smith, R.N., BSN, CCRA Director, Clinical Trial Registries, Global Clinical Services, Allergan Pharmaceuticals Section: 099020-5003 Course No. FPM-40205 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 24 CE hours. Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (glm/sl) One week after enrollment..

IN-CLASS Instructor: Jennifer Holmes, CIP Certified IRB Professional and an IRB analyst for the Office for the Protection of Research Subjects, Scripps Health in San Diego. Section: 099018-5003 Course No. FPM-40388 Time/Date: Sa. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Feb. 8-15 Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 16 CE hours. Fee: $295 No refunds after: Feb. 8 (glm/sl)

Practical Clinical Statistics for the Non-Statistician

This essential course offers an ethical framework for human subjects regulations, introduces regulatory issues in clinical trials, and reviews concern for human subjects protection in drug/device trials. A mock IRB meeting applies the principles learned. Note: Required course in Professional Certificate program. Prerequisite: FPM 40173, The Drug Development Process.

Good Clinical Practices

Topics include the definition and identification of good clinical practices (GCPs); how GCPs affect the conduct of clinical trials; regulating agencies and applicable regulations from the Code of Federal Regulations and ICH guidelines; state regulations; obligations of investigators, sponsors, monitors, and IRBs; compliance and accountability during clinical trials; protocol violations and deviations; consequence of falsification of data and/or patient records; and the blacklist. Device regulations also covered. Note: No textbook required. Requirement for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management. ONLINE Instructor: Lynne Eddy, Ph.D. Former Director, Clinical Research Practices at Alliance Pharmaceutical Corp. Section: 099019-5003 Course No. FPM-40204 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Mar. 18 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 24 CE hrs. Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (glm/sl) One week after enrollment..

Science of Clinical Trials Design

This advanced-level course reviews the science that forms the basis for effective clinical trial design. Topics include classifying and describing trial design by stage in drug/device development; types of trial designs; defining the hypothesis and study objectives; safety information and DSMBs; determining the population and sample size; study procedures; identifying and selecting clinically meaningful endpoints; scientific/ethical considerations; and statistical validity of design, execution, analysis, and reporting. Note prerequisite: The Drug Development Process, FPM 40173. Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management.

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tials for the non-statistician involved in clinical trials. Topics include study designs, hypothesis testing, sample size calculations, assumptions, controls, endpoints, data management principles, data presentations and analysis plans, methods for analysis, and conclusions. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management. ONLINE Instructor: Suzan Olson, Ph.D., MHS, R.N. Formative/Summative Usability/Human Factors Testing in Medical Device and Combination Products Section: 099021-5003 Course No. FPM-40233 Time/Date: Jan. 15-Mar. 13 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine Registered Nurses: 16 hours of relicensure credit. Social workers: 16 hours of NASW credit. Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (glm/sl) One week after enrollment..

Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring Clinical Trials

See the Site from the Sponsor’s perspective: important for both monitors and coordinators. Topics include responsibilities of sponsors and investigators; qualifying investigators; regulatory document review; study initiation; routine monitoring tools, documents, and techniques; closeout visits; site management; and handling difficult situations. Note: Prerequisite for “Advanced Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring Clinical Trials” (FPM40240). Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management.

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ONLINE Instructor: Robin Smith, R.N., BSN, CCRA Director, Clinical Trial Registries, Global Clinical Services, Allergan Pharmaceuticals Section: 099022-5003 Course No. FPM-40187 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Mar. 19 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 16 CE hours. Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (glm/sl) One week after enrollment..

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This course covers advanced site management and monitoring of clinical trials. Topics include monitoring various data collection methods (e.g., remote data entry, facsimile, or de-coupled case report forms), data queries and cleaning, dealing with difficult sites, problem solving and working with multiple priorities and projects, identifying and working with serious safety issues, detecting fraudulent data, dealing with test article (study drugs) issues, and appropriately documenting and reporting issues. Note prerequisite: Completion of “The Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring Clinical Trials I” (FPM4V187) or demonstrated current monitoring experience in conducting pre-study, initiation, routine monitoring, and study close-out visits. Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management. ONLINE Instructor: Robin Smith, R.N., BSN, CCRA Director, Clinical Trial Registries, Global Clinical Services, Allergan Pharmaceuticals. Section: 099678-5003 Course No. FPM-40240 Time/Date: Sa 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Jan. 11-18 (2 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN, BBS: 16 CE hours. Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (glm/dms)

Regulation of Drugs, Biologics, Devices, and Diagnostics

This course reviews the breadth of U.S. and international regulations associated with the development of drugs, biologics, medical devices, and diagnostics. Topics include a review of regulatory agencies and the role/ responsibilities of each; pathways for regulatory applications; important differences between development processes in the U.S. and those of other countries; and the impact of regulatory approval processes on corporate strategy. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management. ONLINE Instructor: Suzan Olson, Ph.D., MHS, R.N. Formative/Summative Usability/Human Factors Testing in Medical Device and Combination Products. Section: 099023-5003 Course No. FPM-40189 Time/Date: Jan. 15-Mar. 13 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Family & Preventive Medicine Registered Nurses: 24 hours of relicensure credit. Social Workers: 24 hours of NASW credit. Fee: $295 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Understanding Oncology

Concepts of cancer treatment and management will be communicated to the student through a series of web-based sessions, with a sharp focus on the terminology, pathology, diagnostics, disease management. Intended for individuals with educational backgrounds in biological sciences at the associates, bachelor or masters level. Nurses, research assistants, data managers and others who are involved in oncology research or would like to become involved in this area of research and development would benefit from this course. Included: an overview of cancer biology, diagnosis and specific types of cancer, as well as basic principles, treatment modalities and potential effect of those treatment modalities. Note prerequisites: Drug Development Process, Good Clinical Practices, and Human Subjects Protection/ IRBs. Elective for Professional Certificate. ONLINE Instructor: Joan Kitson-Hart, R.N., MSN CNS OCN Kaiser Permanente Clinical Research Nurse. Section: 099024-5003 Course No. FPM-40493 Time/Date: Jan. 9-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 30 CE hours. Fee: $395 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Monitoring Oncology Trials

Monitoring oncology clinical trials requires advanced skills, including understanding and maintaining complete regulatory documents; protocol & data integrity; patient safety; and the successful completion of the clinical trial within the sponsor’s/CRO’s and medical site’s goals, all within the framework of good clinical practices (GCPs). Students are exposed to key regulatory documents, IND safety reports, MedWatch reports, various IRB submissions/requirements, and federal guidelines. Also covered: responsibilities of clinical research personnel; correlation of concomitant medications; tumor assessments; assessing and grading toxicities; cancer-specific SAE; & SAE reporting. Note prerequisites: Understanding Oncology. Elective for Professional Certificate. ONLINE Instructor: Cheryl Kosits, R.N., MSN Moores UCSD Cancer Center. Section: 099025-5003 Course No. FPM-40494 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 27 CE hours. Fee: $395 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Clinical Study Implementation and Management

Examine the elements involved in implementing and monitoring a clinical study from the sponsor’s point of view. Topics include finalizing the study materials; site selection; staffing and training; strategies for communicating with sites, regulators, and others; cost management; site initiation; enrollment options; data management setup and testing; monitoring procedures and training; auditing; safety monitoring; reports; and the Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB). Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management. ONLINE Instructor: Robin Smith, R.N., BSN, CCRA Director, Clinical Trial Registries, Global Clinical Services, Allergan Pharmaceuticals. Section: 099026-5003 Course No. FPM-40229 Time/Date: Jan. 16-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 16 CE hours. Fee: $295 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Data Management Systems for Sponsors of Clinical Trials

This course is designed to assist clinical trials sponsors to design data capture methods, and to organize and manage clinical trial data collected from one or more investigative sites. Topics include data flow from site to sponsor; case report form (CRF) design, database structures; database management systems including validation, backup, security and electronic data capture (EDC) systems; data capture techniques, data transfer and uploads; data quality methods including data entry, data review and programmatic checking, CRF-to-database audit procedures; analysis-ready database procedures; patient confidentiality; and ICH Guidelines (21 CFR part 11). IN-CLASS Instructor: Sharon Rittenhouse Section: 099027-5003 Course No. FPM-40218 Time/Date: Sa. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mar. 8-15 Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 16 CE hours. Fee: $295 No refunds after: Mar. 8 (glm/sl)

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Working with Clinical Research Organizations (CROs)

ONLINE Instructor: Robin Smith, R.N., BSN, CCRA Director, Clinical Trial Registries, Global Clinical Services, Allergan Pharmaceuticals. Section: 099028-5003 Course No. FPM-40228 Time/Date: Jan. 16-Mar. 20 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 8 CE hours. Fee: $195 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Setting Up a New Clinical Study

As new clinical studies are designed and managed, each study should begin in a well-organized, well-planned manner. This online course assists the clinical study site in preparation for a new clinical study. Topics include identifying the research team, roles and responsibilities of the study coordinator vs. investigators, preparing for a prestudy site visit, review of study protocol, preparing the IRB application, setting up study files and the regulatory binder, and site initiation. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management. ONLINE Instructor: Barbara Bigby, M.A., CCRC Trained Respiratory Therapist and Director of the Scripps Office for the Protection of Research Subjects. Section: 099029-5003 Course No. FPM-40179 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 19 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 16 CE hours. Fee: $295 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

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Financial Management of Clinical Trials

Introducción a la Investigación Clínica Internacional

ONLINE Instructor: Janet Waldo Associate Director of Clinical Operation at PPD. Section: 099030-5003 Course No. FPM-40338 Time/Date: Jan. 16-Mar. 20 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 8 CE hours. Fee: $195 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

ONLINE Instructor: Leonel Villa-Caballero, M.D., Ph.D. Physician and Researcher in clinical research with background in Internal Medicine, EndocrinologyMetabolism and Public Health. Section: 099031-5003 Course No. FPM-40496 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 8 CE hours. Fee: $235 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Designed to illuminate the financial management of a trial from the sponsor perspective, this survey course includes prioritization of spending, costs involved in conducting a clinical trail (costs incurred by the trial sponsor), how to set up a per-site budget, how to determine a total trial cost, and how to control & limit all of the above. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management.

Descripción de la industria; fases de los estudios/pruebas; terminología de investigación; investigación tranlacional; y orientación al programa. Note: Todos los cursos son impartidos en español; sin embargo, muchas de las instrucciones a seguir, especialmente en el pizarrón electrónico o Blackboard y en cuestiones de apoyo técnico, pueden estar en inglés.

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This course provides the clinical study sponsor strategies for working with a clinical research organization (CRO) to conduct the study. Topics include assessing internal capabilities and limitations, evaluating and selecting an appropriate CRO partner, transferring responsibilities to the CRO, costs and benefits of a CRO relationship, delineating expectations, and managing the relationship. Note: Elective for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management.

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El Proceso de Desarrollo de Fármacos

Historia del desarrollo de fármacos y estudios clínicos; origen de fármacos y dispositivos nuevos; proceso de descubrimiento y prueba; surgimento de medidas regulatorias. Note: Todos los cursos son impartidos en español; sin embargo, muchas de las instrucciones a seguir, especialmente en el pizarrón electrónico o Blackboard y en cuestiones de apoyo técnico, pueden estar en inglés.

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

ONLINE Instructor: Leonel Villa-Caballero, M.D., Ph.D. Physician and Researcher in clinical research with background in Internal Medicine, EndocrinologyMetabolism and Public Health. Section: 099032-5003 Course No. FPM-40499 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 15 CE hours. Fee: $295 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Buenas Prácticas Clínicas (BPC)

Definición e identificación de Buenas Prácticas Clínicas (BPC); cuerpos reguladores y regulaciones pertinentes al Código de Regulacion Federal (EE.UU.) y los lineamientos de la ICH; regulación regional e internacional; obligaciones de los investigadores, patrocinadores, monitores y Comités de Ética; violaciones y desviaciones al protocolo; consecuencia de la falsificación de datos o registros de los pacientes. Note: Todos los cursos son impartidos en español; sin embargo, muchas de las instrucciones a seguir, especialmente en el pizarrón electrónico o Blackboard y en cuestiones de apoyo técnico, pueden estar en inglés. ONLINE Instructor: Leonel Villa-Caballero, M.D., Ph.D. Physician and Researcher in clinical research with background in Internal Medicine, EndocrinologyMetabolism and Public Health. Section: 099033-5003 Course No. FPM-40500 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 15 CE hours. Fee: $295 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Comités de Ética/Protección de Sujetos Humanos

Marco ético de investigación que involucra sujetos humanos; aspectos regulatorios comunes asociados con los estudios clínicos; función y estructura de los Comités de Ética; funciones y prácticas de los miembros del Comité de Ética. Note: Todos los cursos son impartidos en español; sin embargo, muchas de las instrucciones a seguir, especialmente en el pizarrón electrónico o Blackboard y en cuestiones de apoyo técnico, pueden estar en inglés. ONLINE Instructor: Leonel Villa-Caballero, M.D., Ph.D. Physician and Researcher in clinical research with background in Internal Medicine, EndocrinologyMetabolism and Public Health. Section: 099034-5003 Course No. FPM-40502 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 10 hours CE units. Fee: $235 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Monitorización de Estudios Clínicos

Preparación para un Nuevo Estudio Clínico

Identificación del equipo de investigación; funciones y responsibilidades del coordinador del estudio; preparación de la visita previa al inicio del estudio; revisión del protocolo de estudio; preparación de la solicitud del Comité de Ética; preparación de los archivos del estudio y el manual regulatorio; inicio del sitio de estudio. Note: Todos los cursos son impartidos en español; sin embargo, muchas de las instrucciones a seguir, especialmente en el pizarrón electrónico o Blackboard y en cuestiones de apoyo técnico, pueden estar en inglés.

Responsibilidades de los patrocinadores e investigadores durante el estudio; investigadores calificados para el sitio de estudio; revisión de documentos regulatorios; inicio del estudio; herramienta de monitorización, documento y técnicas de rutina; visitas de cierre; manejo del sitio; situaciones difíciles. Note: Todos los cursos son impartidos en español; sin embargo, muchas de las instrucciones a seguir, especialmente en el pizarrón electrónico o Blackboard y en cuestiones de apoyo técnico, pueden estar en inglés.

ONLINE Instructor: Leonel Villa-Caballero, M.D., Ph.D. Physician and Researcher in clinical research with background in Internal Medicine, EndocrinologyMetabolism and Public Health. Section: 099037-5003 Course No. FPM-40504 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 20 CE hours. Fee: $425 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

ONLINE Instructor: Leonel Villa-Caballero, M.D., Ph.D. Physician and Researcher in clinical research with background in Internal Medicine, EndocrinologyMetabolism and Public Health. Section: 099035-5003 Course No. FPM-40501 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 20 CE hours. Fee: $425 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Diagnóstico de las capacidades y limitaciones internas; costos y beneficios de tener una Organización de Investigación Clínica por Contrato (CRO) como socio; evaluación y selección apropriada de una CRO; transferencia de responsibilidades y delineamiento de expectativas; manejo continuo de la relación. Note: Todos los cursos son impartidos en español; sin embargo, muchas de las instrucciones a seguir, especialmente en el pizarrón electrónico o Blackboard y en cuestiones de apoyo técnico, pueden estar en inglés.

Estándares Profesionales en la Conducción de Estudios Clínicos

Reconocimiento y prevención de fraudes; conducta ética personal; consejos de administración; acreditación de organizaciones. Note: Todos los cursos son impartidos en español; sin embargo, muchas de las instrucciones a seguir, especialmente en el pizarrón electrónico o Blackboard y en cuestiones de apoyo técnico, pueden estar en inglés.

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ONLINE Instructor: Leonel Villa-Caballero, M.D., Ph.D. Physician and Researcher in clinical research with background in Internal Medicine, EndocrinologyMetabolism and Public Health. Section: 099036-5003 Course No. FPM-40505 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 10 CE hours. Fee: $235 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Organizaciones de Investigacion Clinica por Contrato (CRO)

ONLINE Instructor: Leonel Villa-Caballero, M.D., Ph.D. Physician and Researcher in clinical research with background in Internal Medicine, EndocrinologyMetabolism and Public Health. Section: 099038-5003 Course No. FPM-40506 Time/Date: Jan. 7-Mar. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 10 CE hours. Fee: $235 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

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Basic Medical Coding

This course provides the basic knowledge required to professionally code billing records to obtain maximum reimbursement for procedures and services provided by the physician. The areas covered include a basic knowledge of Procedural Coding (CPT), Diagnostic Coding (ICD-9-CM), and Special Coding (HCPS-Level II). A review of medical terminology will be included. Basic theory and rules will provide a foundation for the certification review course and single specialty coding. This course is strongly recommended as a precursor to the Proficiency Certificate in Medical Procedural Coding, and a prerequisite for the Hospital Coding Program. IN-CLASS Instructor: Genevieve Daley, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I, CEMC, CCS-P Certified Professional Coder, Owner of Procedural Coders Institute and Vision Practice Management Solutions. Section: 098792-5003 Course No. MEDC-40008 Time/Date: Th 5:30-8:30 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 27 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 4 units in Medical Center CA-BRN:36 hours of relicensure credit.BRN Board does not award partial credits. Fee: $350 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (glm/nmm)

COUNSELING & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES SEE ALSO

• Professional Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling—p. 171 • Specialized Certificate in Play Therapy—p. 168

Chemical Dependency II: Intervention, Treatment, Management, Patient Health Promotion, and Recovery

In this course students learn to assess the physiological effects of alcohol and other drugs; tailor withdrawal plans to each patient’s alcohol/drug-use history; recognize signs and symptoms of toxicity, withdrawal, and overdose; identify principles of detoxification and withdrawal from each major drug group (including multiple dependencies); be made aware of ethical considerations; and treat special populations (women, seniors, adolescents, and ethnic groups) and chemically dependent people and alcoholics. Note: Chemical Dep I strongly recommended to be taken before Chemical Dep II. Required for Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling. Letter grade required for CAADAC certification.

IN-CLASS Instructor: John Seaman, M.A., MAC, CADC Recognized nationally for his work as an interventionist, consultant, and educator. Section: 099607-5003 Course No. PSY-40215 Time/Date: Tu 5:30-8:30 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 11 (10 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Psychiatry BRN, BBS: 30 CE Hrs. Fee: $345 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (glm/jdt) IN-CLASS Instructor: Robert Madaii, M.S., PsyD, CADC II, NADAC I, ADC-ICRC Interventionist/counselor at the PsyCare Intensive Outpatient Program in San Diego. Section: 099608-5003 Course No. PSY-40215 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 11 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Psychiatry BRN, BBS: 30 CE Hrs. Fee: $345 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (glm/jdt)

Case Management: Assessment, Orientation, and Treatment

Focusing on the chemically dependent person, this course covers initial intake, assessment of the problem, orientation of the patient to a specific program, treatment planning, reports and record keeping, recovery planning for the patient and family, and aftercare and follow-up. By the end of the course, students will understand and be able to demonstrate case management skills from initial intake to continued recovery, as well as skills needed in any treatment setting, including inpatient or outpatient hospitalization, social model programs, and publicly funded treatment models. IN-CLASS Instructor: Alvin Feliciano, M.A., CADC Served on CAADAC’s Region 1 South Board of Directors, and on the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors Board. Section: 099609-5003 Course No. PSY-40377 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 12 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Psychiatry BRN, BBS: 30 CE Hrs. Fee: $345 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (glm/jdt)

Applied Skills for Group Dynamics and Facilitation

Counseling is a relationship in which the counselor helps the client mobilize resources to resolve problems or modify attitudes and values. Group counseling is an integral part of that process. This course is presented as a comparative study of counseling theories and practices as applied to groups, introducing major approaches, strategies, and applied skills in group counseling and examining the purpose and function of different types of counseling groups. To gain experience students will participate in several group counseling sessions in the classroom setting. Students gain awareness of their own personal philosophy of the group process and which approaches are most appropriate to particular situations. Note: Required for Certificate in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling. Letter grade required for CAADAC certification. IN-CLASS Instructor: Robert Madaii, M.S., PsyD, CADC II, NADAC I, ADC-ICRC Interventionist/counselor at the PsyCare Intensive Outpatient Program in San Diego. Section: 099611-5003 Course No. PSY-40070 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 13 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 161, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Psychiatry BRN, BBS: 30 CE Hrs. Fee: $345 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/jdt) IN-CLASS Instructor: Mario D’Aliesio Section: 099612-5003 Course No. PSY-40070 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 13 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 112, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Psychiatry BRN, BBS: 30 CE Hrs. Fee: $345 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/jdt)

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

CODING

IN-CLASS Instructor: Mario D’Aliesio Section: 099610-5003 Course No. PSY-40377 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 8-Mar. 12 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 112, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Psychiatry BRN, BBS: 30 CE Hrs. Fee: $345 No refunds after: Jan. 16 (glm/jdt)

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Introduction to Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an intensive treatment program that relies heavily on play to improve the quality of the parent-child relationship and teaches parents the necessary skills for managing children’s behavioral problems. In PCIT, parents are taught and “coached” on how to decrease negative aspects of relationship patterns, utilize child-centered play therapy techniques, develop consistently positive and supportive communication, and apply effective discipline and child management skills. Parents receive live coaching until mastery is acquired and the child’s behavior is improved. These techniques can be applied to general practice with children and families. Note: Applies toward the Certificate in Play Therapy. IN-CLASS Instructor: Vanja Gale, PsyD Clinical Psychologist working in private practice and for various agencies as an approved therapist and trainer of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). Section: 099616-5003 Course No. PSY-40328 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Jan. 25 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS, APT: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (glm/kah) IN-CLASS Instructor: Vanja Gale, PsyD Clinical Psychologist working in private practice and for various agencies as an approved therapist and trainer of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). Section: 099617-5003 Course No. PSY-40328 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Feb. 22 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS, APT: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Feb. 21 (glm/kah)

Developmental Play Therapy

Child-parent interactions are rich in sensory stimulation and essential in social-emotional development. Neurobiological research shows that these interactions are critical for the development of the central nervous system and brain. They promote sensory integration and self-regulation of affect and behavior and facilitate healing from earlier neglect and trauma. Developmental Play Therapy theory and application methods are taught that provide children with developmental experiences essential to physical and social-emotional growth and secure attachment in the child-parent relationship. Guided Interaction, a play therapy model to instruct parents in the process, will be introduced, and methods to assist parents in shifting parenting responses and developing nurturing skills will be taught. Note: Applies toward the Certificate in Play Therapy.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Ken Schwartzenberger, LCSW, RPT-S Clinical supervisor at the Guidance Center, Long Beach and extensive training and expertise in Child Play Therapy and Sandplay Therapy. Section: 099614-5003 Course No. PSY-40336 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Jan. 11 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS, APT: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/kah) IN-CLASS Instructor: Ken Schwartzenberger, LCSW, RPT-S Clinical supervisor at the Guidance Center, Long Beach and extensive training and expertise in Child Play Therapy and Sandplay Therapy. Section: 099615-5003 Course No. PSY-40336 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Feb. 1 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS, APT: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Jan. 31 (glm/kah)

Structured Play Therapy: Cognitive-Behavioral Play Therapy, Pre-Set Play, Introduction of Resolutions

A wide-range of structured play therapy techniques and their theoretical underpinnings are presented, including pre-set and prearranged play, therapist-staged dramas, facilitation of adaptive resolutions in childgenerated play, contingency play, redirection, distancing, limit-setting, time-limited play therapy, and cognitive-behavioral play therapy techniques. They include the use of the Socratic method, modeling, correction of cognitive distorts, perspective-taking, and behavioral rehearsal. Note: A $5 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class. Applies toward the Certificate in Play Therapy. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 099618-5003 Course No. PSY-40238 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mar. 1 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS, APT: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Feb. 28 (glm/kah)

court testimony, child abuse assessment and reporting, child custody evaluation and child placement, child client confidentiality, holder of privileged communication, informed consent, and legal rights and advocacy for children in the school setting. Note: Applies toward the Certificate Program in Play Therapy. IN-CLASS Instructor: Ellen Lacter, Ph.D., RPT-S Clinical psychologist, marriage and family therapist, registered play therapist-supervisor, and past president of the CA Association for Play Therapy. Section: 099619-5003 Course No. PSY-40158 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mar. 8 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS, APT: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Mar. 7 (glm/kah)

Sandplay Therapy: The Journey Begins

Participants are introduced to sandplay as a therapeutic modality and provided with a fundamental framework for understanding symbolic language. Main topics include the historical development of sandplay, the unique characteristics of sandplay as developed by Dora Kalff, basic Jungian principles essential for understanding the sandplay process, and the significance of symbols and imagery for psychological development and healing. Case material and experiential opportunities are included. Note: Applies toward completion of the Professional Program in Sandplay Therapy Studies. This seminar and PSY-40353 are required before taking other seminars in the program. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 099621-5003 Course No. PSY-40352 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Jan. 11 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Jan. 10 (glm/jdt)

Legal and Ethical Issues in Child Treatment with Emphasis on Play Therapy and Assessment

This class addresses how legal and ethical issues relate to child therapy, to the use of play in therapy and assessment, and to conflicts that exist between psychotherapy and legal processes. Topics include reducing the risk of contamination of evidence, use of open-ended and leading questions, forensic interviewing, child memory issues, preparing children for legal proceedings,

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Participants gain some personal experience with symbolic imagery and become acquainted with basic guidelines for setting up a sandplay collection. How to photograph and organize case material is explained, and a framework for identifying sandplay themes is presented. Case material is included along with experiential interaction. Note prerequisite: PSY-40352 or coordinator’s approval (call 858-534-9265). Applies toward completion of the Professional Program in Sandplay Therapy Studies. This seminar and PSY40352 are required before taking other seminars in the program. IN-CLASS Instructor: Gita Morena, Ph.D., MFT Private practice in the San Diego area for over 30 year and specialized in Sandplay therapy since 1988. Section: 099622-5003 Course No. PSY-40353 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Feb. 15 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Feb. 14 (glm/jdt)

Sandplay Therapy: Case Consultation

Practical applications of sandplay therapy in specific client situations are presented. Individual trays are examined in relationship to the client’s presenting concerns and therapeutic development. Guidelines for understanding the conscious and unconscious messages contained in the sandplay process are included. Participants are encouraged to bring in case material for discussion and consultation. Note prerequisite: PSY 40352 and PSY-40353 or approval of the coordinator (call 858-534-9265). Applies toward completion of the Professional Program in Sandplay Therapy Studies. IN-CLASS Instructor: Gita Morena, Ph.D., MFT Private practice in the San Diego area for over 30 year and specialized in Sandplay therapy since 1988. Section: 099623-5003 Course No. PSY-40366 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Jan. 18 (1 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after:

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Cultural Imagery and Sandplay Themes

In recent years, psychotherapy has become keenly aware of the needs of individuals from diverse cultures. To meet these needs, cultural competency, ethnic sensitivity, and an awareness of appropriate treatment modalities are necessary. This course will elucidate the significance of symbolic language in imagery and fairy tales from various cultures around the world. Sandplay case material will be included to demonstrate how this imagery manifests through personal and unconscious expressions of the psyche. Note prerequisite: PSY-40352 and PSY-40353 or approval of the coordinator; call (858) 5349262. Applies toward completion of the Professional Program in Sandplay Therapy Studies. IN-CLASS Instructor: Sachiko Reece, EdD, MFT Jungian Analyst in Los Angeles and a teaching faculty of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles Section: 099624-5003 Course No. PSY-40363 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Feb. 8 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS (MFT & LCSW): 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Feb. 7 (glm/jdt)

Sandplay Therapy and Jungian Theory

Carl Jung’s understanding of the psyche and how it develops are the focus of this course. Course content includes concepts of the persona, the Self, the animus and anima, complexes, shadow material, and the processes of psychological development and individuation. Examples from sandplay case material are included, along with experiential opportunities. Note prerequisite: PSY 40352 and PSY-40353 or approval of the coordinator (call 858-534-9265). Applies toward completion of the Professional Program in Sandplay Therapy Studies. IN-CLASS Instructor: Sachiko Reece, EdD, MFT Jungian Analyst in Los Angeles and a teaching faculty of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles. Section: 099625-5003 Course No. PSY-40354 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mar. 15 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Psychiatry BBS: 7 CE Hrs. Fee: $135 No refunds after: Mar. 14 (glm/jdt)

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FITNESS INSTRUCTION & EXERCISE SCIENCE SEE ALSO

• Professional Certificate in Fitness Instruction/Exercise Science—p. 173 Fitness Internship -See information on the certificate page in the Professional Certificate Programs section at the back of this catalog.

Foundations of Exercise Science

This course is designed for prospective fitness professionals with little to no science knowledge. It introduces basic concepts in chemistry and cell biology as a prerequisite to the exercise science courses of the Fitness Instruction/Exercise Science program. This is an asynchronous seven-hour course that is open for enrollment for the duration of the course dates. Note: This course is optional and offered on a P/NP grading basis. It is offered to help students gain basic knowledge of the subject matter and is not offered for a grade. ONLINE Instructor: Fabio Comana, M.A., M.S., ACE-CPT & LWMC, ACSM HFS Exercise Physiologist, Research Scientist, and Consultant and Coach for Genesis Wellness Group. Emily Loui Section: 099628-5003 Course No. FPM-40418 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: .5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine Fee: $125 No refunds after: One week after enrollment confirmation.

Behavior Change and Lifestyle Coaching

(Formerly Motivational and Adherence Strategies for Personal Training) Success in personal training in today’s sophisticated market necessitates the design of comprehensive programs that simultaneously attend to the psychological, emotional and physiological parameters surrounding training and lifestyle change. In this course, students will acquire the essential tools to effectively develop and maintain their professional relationship with their client. The courses addresses rapport building, communication skills, behavioral change, motivational interviewing, goal-setting, and adherence strategies.

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

Fundamentals of Sandplay Therapy

IN-CLASS Instructor: Fabio Comana, M.A., M.S., ACE-CPT & LWMC, ACSM HFS Exercise Physiologist, Research Scientist, and Consultant and Coach for Genesis Wellness Group. Section: 098466-5003 Course No. FPM-40587 Time/Date: Th. 6:00-9:00 p.m., & Sa. 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (2 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: Not for credit Fee: $185 No refunds after: Feb. 14 (glm/el)

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Strength and Conditioning

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

Strength training is an essential component of any comprehensive fitness program, no matter who the client may be. This course covers the scientific aspects and benefits of strength training, population-specific recommendations, physiologic principles, and applied techniques. Students will receive hands-on practice in the safe and effective execution of a variety of resistance training exercises, targeting all of the major muscle groups. Free weights, weight machines, elastic resistance, and body weight will all be discussed. Note prerequisites: “Fundamentals of Anatomy and Kinesiology” or permission of instructor. Prerequisite for “Functional Fitness Training Tools.” Requirement for Certificate Program in Fitness Instruction/ Exercise Science. IN-CLASS Instructor: Fabio Comana, M.A., M.S., ACE-CPT & LWMC, ACSM HFS Exercise Physiologist, Research Scientist, and Consultant and Coach for Genesis Wellness Group. Section: 095497-5003 Course No. FPM-40435 Time/Date: Th, 6:00-9:00 p.m., Sa&Su 8:00 a.m.5:00 p.m., Jan. 23-26 (3 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego. Sunday session: Toby Wells YMCA, 5105 Overland Ave., San Diego. Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine Fee: $285 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (glm/el)

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The Physiology of Exercise

Exercise physiology, the study of human physical performance, draws its research base from applied exercise physiology, sports medicine, metabolism and nutrition. This course provides the foundation for a thorough understanding of this field. Topics include: cardiopulmonary and muscle anatomy and physiology; energy pathways; muscle contraction; thermoregulation; caloric consumption assessment and expenditure; body composition; health screening and risk assessment; exercise prescription; and metabolism. Note: Prerequisite for “Fitness Assessment Techniques” and “Exercise Program Design for Special Populations.” IN-CLASS Instructor: Fabio Comana, M.A., M.S., ACE-CPT & LWMC, ACSM HFS Exercise Physiologist, Research Scientist, and Consultant and Coach for Genesis Wellness Group. Section: 095377-5003 Course No. FPM-40432 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 18 (11 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 3 units in Family & Preventive Medicine Fee: $340 No refunds after: Jan. 10 (glm/el)

Exercise Programming for Specific Health Conditions

As our population grows older and more deconditioned, the prevalence of chronic diseases (e.g., cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic – diabetes, osteoporosis, arthritis) and musculoskeletal conditions (e.g., low back pain, shoulder and knee pain) continue to increase. To effectively serve these populations, health-fitness professionals must possess a higher level of knowledge and skills. This course examines the causes (etiology) of specific chronic diseases and musculoskeletal conditions, and also investigates key physiological differences and needs of unique populations (e.g., pregnant clients, seniors, and children). This knowledge is then applied into practice, helping you develop important skill sets needed for the successful design and implementation of safe and prudent exercise programs for these populations. Note prerequisite: The completion of The Physiology of Exercise or permission of the instructor. ONLINE Instructor: David W. Douglass, M.S., CSCS Owns and Operates Mobile Health & Fitness, a home-based personal training business. Section: 099626-5003 Course No. FPM-40443 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine Fee: $285 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Sports Injuries and Emergency Procedures

Fitness professionals who understand the most common injuries associated with sports and exercise can minimize client injury risks and can maximize compliance and training outcomes. Students will learn both the theoretical concepts and practical applications of sports injury prevention and emergency treatment. Topics include: biomechanical and kinesiological implications; preventive strategies; therapeutic exercise; guidelines for return to activity; and proper equipment and footwear. Note prerequisite: The completion of “The Physiology of Exercise” and “Fundamentals of Anatomy and Kinesiology” or permission by the program representative or instructor. IN-CLASS Instructor: Marcia Klaiber, M.A., ATC Athletic Training Education Program Director at San Diego State University, and teaching and supervising students in Athletic Training for 25 years. Section: 099627-5003 Course No. FPM-40434 Time/Date: TBD Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: TBD Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine Fee: $185 No refunds after:

HEALTHCARE CAREER PROFICIENCIES

Anatomy and Physiology

This course is designed to develop an integrated understanding of human structure and function, and an appreciation for the close interrelationship between anatomy and physiology. Clinical examples utilized in the course assist students in learning that the disease process is a disruption of homeostasis and a breakdown of the normal integration of form and function, and that medical intervention may restore normal function. Health and wellness issues will be discussed to reinforce the basic concepts of human structure and function by applying them in practical ways to current problems in medicine, public health, athletics, fitness, and trends in research and technology. This course must be taken with the Lab course (FPM-40559) if you wish to transfer the credit. Student should have a good understanding of Medical Terminology. IN-CLASS Instructor: Sari Metwalli, M.S., M.D. M.D. Degree and MS Degree in Forensic Sciences. Section: 098798-5003 Course No. FPM-40535 Time/Date: M&W 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (17 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego. Credit: 5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 5 units in Family & Preventative Medicine; 50hrs of BRN Nursing Credit Fee: $450 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (glm/nmm)

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This Lab is to accompany the Anatomy & Physiology course (FPM-40535) and should be taken together. Lab Objectives: Develop a visual knowledge of body structure at the cellular, tissue, organ, & system levels. Understand the gross & microscopic approach to Anatomy & Physiology. Provide the students with all necessary lab tools such as anatomical models, histology slides as well as experimental & physiological problems that promote the critical understanding of the human body. Familiarize the students with a variety of lab assignments, help visualize most of the anatomical models of all the body systems that have been covered in the Anatomy & Physiology course. Note: This is not a “wet lab”. This course must be taken with the Lecture course (FPM-40535). IN-CLASS Instructor: Sari Metwalli, M.S., M.D. M.D. Degree and MS Degree in Forensic Sciences. Section: 098797-5003 Course No. FPM-40559 Time/Date: F 5:30-7:30 p.m., Jan. 17-Mar. 14 (10 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 2 units in Family & Preventative Medicine. 20 hours of BRN credit. Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (glm/nmm)

Introduction to Public Health and Global Issues

˜This course presents the foundational

information about the public health field – its purpose, focus, infrastructure and tools. It also examines current issues and trends in global public health such as communicable disease/pandemics, global pharmaceutical affordability, access to care, drug supply safety, nutrition, and tobacco labeling. This course will be helpful to any who desire to be more knowledgeable about public health issues and global context, and serves as good preparation or augmentation to a career in the healthcare system. IN-CLASS Instructor: Maria Lourdes F. Reyes, M.D., MPH Director of California Programs for Project Concern International; Project Director for the California Border Healthy Start Program & Family Health Navigator Resource Center Project. Section: 099646-5003 Course No. ANES-40005 Time/Date: Tu. 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 25 (12 mtgs) Location: Rm. 120, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Anesthesiology 30 hours BRN credit. Fee: $425

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Introduction to US Healthcare

The U.S. health care system used to be simple. The players were patients, physicians, nurses, hospitals and one type of insurance. Today the system is much more complex and involves integrated systems of healthcare organizations, expanding government regulation, a growing uninsured population, advancing technology, pharmaceutical companies, and a wide range of financing mechanisms. Introduction to U.S. Healthcare covers all of this and more, breaking down every segment of the U.S. healthcare system into clear and basic concepts. This course will provide a fundamental understanding of the vast and complicated U.S. system. Students considering graduate study in the Leadership of Healthcare Organizations’ master’s degree program should consider taking this course as an orientation. Note: Required course for Healthcare IT Certificate. ONLINE Instructor: Michelle Forrest Hospital Association of Southern California’s Regional Vice President for Riverside & San Bernardino Counties; Senior Health Policy Advisor in the U.S. Senate. Section: 099543-5003 Course No. MEDC-40012 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Feb. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Medical Center 1 unit of CE credit. BRN:10 hours. BRN Board does not award partial credits. Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 10 (lkb/nmm)

Occupational Safety & Security for Health Professionals

This course is specifically designed for general healthcare personnel in healthcare or healthcare-related organizations. Students will receive a broad, comprehensive exposure to safety and health requirements in the healthcare setting. They will be introduced to general safety and health program requirements, the framework of an effective and comprehensive safety and health program, and receive an introduction to specific workplace hazards and methods of hazard control one may find in different healthcare occupations. Upon completion of this course students will be able to apply this knowledge to healthcare workplace settings they may encounter. ONLINE Instructor: Mark Bipes, CIH CSP 25 years of Industrial Hygiene and Safety Management experience and employed as an Industrial Hygienist for the US Navy. Section: 098866-5003 Course No. FPM-40554 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 10 CE hrs. BRN does not award partial credits Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/nmm)

Medical Terminology

A basic overview of medical terminology is essential to the field of clinical trials design and management. Using an anatomy and physiology systems approach, this course reviews common terms associated with medical research and development in order to better prepare individuals to be productive in biomedical or healthcare work environments. Students have 3 weeks to complete this asynchronous course. Note: Book required. Prerequisite for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management; may be waived (if you can read a medical chart, you do not need this class). Required for Healthcare IT certificate. Required for Coding and Lactation Consultant programs. Refund deadline: One week after enrollment.. ONLINE Instructor: Miriam Snitkin, R.N., BSN Case Manager for two local hospital systems and a local HMO, and for her own workers’ compensation company. Section: 099016-5003 Course No. FPM-40172 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 8 CE hours. Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (glm/sl) One week after enrollment.

Overview of Medical Practice

A comprehensive overview of the clinical practice of medicine, this course is designed for those who would like to enhance their knowledge of the medical field and the health care system in the U.S. The course bridges the gap between industry practice, academic medicine, advanced research degree programs, & other health care clinical initiatives. Topics include complexities related to multiple health care providers and sites of delivery, available health information in the digital age, payment for health care, consumer-driven utilization of health care, and the basis for health care reform. Lessons include Medical Anatomy & Physiology; Hospital Anatomy; Health Care Economics; Patient Privacy; Medical Errors & Patient Safety; Evidence-Based Medicine; & Introduction to Medical Research. Note: Required course for Healthcare IT Certificate.

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Lab: Anatomy & Physiology

ONLINE Instructor: Kenneth John Serio, M.D. Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSD, and Co-Director of the ICU at Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla. Section: 099528-5003 Course No. FPM-40415 Time/Date: Jan. 21-Mar. 1 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine Registered Nurses and Licensed Clinical Social Workers: 20 hours of relicensure credit. BRN Board does not award partial credits. Fee: $350 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (glm/nmm) One week after enrollment.

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• Healthcare IT—p. 161

Basics of Healthcare

Covered topics: Medical anatomy and physiology; medical providers and practice settings; patient privacy. Note: Module 1 of 5; may be taken individually. ONLINE Instructor: Kenneth John Serio, M.D. Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSD, and Co-Director of the ICU at Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla. Section: 099634-5003 Course No. FPM-80027 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 3.5 hours CE credit. Fee: $7900 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

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The Acute Care Hospital

Topics covered: Hospital anatomy; health information systems. Note: Module 2 of 5; may be taken individually. ONLINE Instructor: Kenneth John Serio, M.D. Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSD, and Co-Director of the ICU at Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla. Section: 099640-5003 Course No. FPM-80028 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 2.5 hours CE credit. Fee: $79 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Medical-Legal Aspects of Health Care

Topics include: Medical errors and patient safety: theories, tools, and applications; medical law: some liability rules in the practice realm; performance improvement in the medical setting. Note: Module 3 of 5; may be taken individually. ONLINE Instructor: Kenneth John Serio, M.D. Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSD, and Co-Director of the ICU at Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla. Section: 099638-5003 Course No. FPM-80032 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 3.5 hours CE credit. Fee: $79 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Science and the Medical Knowledge Base

Topics include: Introduction to medical research; evidence-based medicine. Note: Module 5 of 5: May be taken individually. ONLINE Instructor: Kenneth John Serio, M.D. Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSD, and Co-Director of the ICU at Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla. Section: 099639-5003 Course No. FPM-80031 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 3.25 hours CE credit Fee: $79 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Understanding US Healthcare

The U.S. health care system used to be simple. The players were the patient, the physician, the nurse, the hospital and one type of insurance. Today the system is much more complex and involves integrated systems of healthcare organizations, expanding government regulation, a growing uninsured population, advancing technology, pharmaceutical companies, and a wide range of financing mechanisms. Understanding U.S. Healthcare covers all these topics and more, breaking down every segment of the U.S. healthcare system into clear and basic concepts. Whether you’re looking for a career or are already employed in the U.S. healthcare system, this course will provide a fundamental understanding of the vast and complicated U.S. system. ONLINE Instructor: Leslie Bruce, J.D. Experienced communicator and advocate, with more than 25 years’ experience in San Diego area business. Section: 099641-5003 Course No. BUSA-80007 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 8 CE hours. Fee: $85 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Ethics for Healthcare Professionals

This course covers basic principles of medical ethics (autonomy, beneficence and justice) as they apply to delivery of healthcare and to human subjects research; the risks and benefits of electronic medical records (EMRs); and application of principles of medical ethics to the challenges presented by moving from paper to EMRs. Ethical reasoning skills are developed using real life case studies through analysis of real cases and students’ own views about EMR are clarified. ONLINE Instructor: Mary Devereaux, Ph.D. Assistant Director, Research Ethics Program at UC San Diego; Director, Biomedical Ethics Seminars, UC San Diego. Section: 098867-5003 Course No. BUSA-80010 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit 3 hours of BRN credit for nurses. BRN Board does not award partial credits. Fee: $75 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (lkb/nmm)

Healthcare Project Management

The demand for Project Management skills is increasing in healthcare organizations of every type and size as new and complicated programs need to be implemented on time and on budget. This course provides a foundation for Project Management, including basic elements of managing projects; the approaches and issues surrounding management of large projects within the healthcare organization, including the definition of roles, objectives, and budgeting; and securing the support of all stakeholders. Particular attention is paid to understanding the factors that lead to failure and success in a healthcare related project. ONLINE Instructor: Chris G. Pryor, PMP Information Systems Executive specializing in clinical and business systems management, and in end-user customer support for health care organizations. Section: 099644-5003 Course No. CSE-80001 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 6.5 CE hours. Fee: $99 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Financial Drivers of Health Care

Topics include: Health care economics; medical consumerism; health care reform. Note: Module 4 of 5: May be taken individually. ONLINE Instructor: Kenneth John Serio, M.D. Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSD, and Co-Director of the ICU at Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla. Section: 099637-5003 Course No. FPM-80029 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 4 hours CE credit. Fee: $79 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

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Delivering effective presentations is the number one business skill to master for people looking to get promoted, become a leader or increase their value to their company. This lecture provides the tools to improve speaking skills and deliver a message with passion. You’ll discover how to: Create a professional image your audience won’t forget, harness anxiety to work in your favor, grab and hold everyone’s attention from the very start, send powerful non-verbal messages, structure your speech so it’s easy to follow, and, most importantly, move your audience to take action! ONLINE Instructor: Dana Bristol-Smith Section: 099645-5003 Course No. BUSA-80008 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 2 CE hours. Fee: $75 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

HEALTHCARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

To view the Healthcare IT Specialized Certificate courses and requirements, please refer to p. 168.

Project Management in the Healthcare Environment

Although particularly challenging due to how integral they are to the functioning of the organization, the implementation of new IT systems within a healthcare environment requires the review of processes and structures. This course covers: the basic elements of project management; the approaches and issues surrounding the management of large projects within the healthcare organization, including the definition of roles, objectives, budgeting; and securing the support of all stakeholders. Particular attention is paid to understanding the factors that lead to failure and success in a healthcare related project. Note: Required course for Healthcare IT Certificate. ONLINE Instructor: Chris G. Pryor, PMP Information Systems Executive specializing in clinical and business systems management, and in end-user customer support for health care organizations. Section: 099526-5003 Course No. CSE-41128 Time/Date: Feb. 10-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Computer Science & Engineering BRN: 8 CE hours. Fee: $195 No refunds after: Feb. 14 (lkb/nmm)

LACTATION EDUCATION SEE ALSO

• Specialized Certificate in Lactation Consultant—p. 168

Lactation Consultant Education ˜ An advanced and comprehensive

educational course as mandated by the IBLCE for certification as a Lactation Consultant. This information provides the educational background necessary to practice the IBCLC profession & to promote breastfeeding as a normal process; to prep lactation consultant’s to triage & formulate plans of care for difficult breastfeeding situations; & to prepare students to pass the educational components of the IBLCE exam for certification as a IBCLC. Entirely online, it consists of lectures by Gini Baker, RN, MPH, IBCLC & by renown experts. Course runs over 2 quarters & can be accessed 24/7 online. Registration is by prior approval of the dept. & candidates must meet the IBLCE pathway 1 requirements to register. To apply contact nmitchell@ucsd.edu. Note: This course is the education only and does not include clinical. ONLINE Instructor: Virginia Baker, R.N., MPH, IBCLC, FACCE Lactation consultant at Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women and the Perinatal Health Program Coordinator for UCSD Extension. Section: 098870-5003 Course No. RMED-40019 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Jun. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 12 units in Reproductive Medicine 12 CE units in Reproductive Medicine BRN/RD: 120 CE hrs. BRN does not award partial credits Fee: $995 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/nmm)

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Lactation Medical Documentation

Effective Medical Documentation requires an understanding of the basic principles and formats of medical charts. Learn the several charting formats including Narrative, Problem Oriented, ADIME and computerized charting. This course will review documenting and charting as well as vocabulary used in the Lactation practice. Included will also be a review of important components of the Lactation Consultant process, as well as charting practice from case scenarios. Note: This course is approved by IBLCE to meet the CE requirement for the 2013 Exam. ONLINE Instructor: Virginia Baker, R.N., MPH, IBCLC, FACCE Lactation consultant at Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women and the Perinatal Health Program Coordinator for UCSD Extension. Section: 098869-5003 Course No. RMED-80000 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN/RD: 2 hours CE credit. BRN does not award partial credits Fee: $45 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/nmm)

Lactation Educator Counselor Training Program

This program prepares health professionals and other interested individuals to become lactation educators. It furnishes the basic information necessary to promote breastfeeding and to interact in the breastfeeding situation by assisting and encouraging the breastfeeding triad of mother, baby, and support person. Topics include basic anatomy and physiology of lactation, early attachment of the baby, hospital care, support during the postpartum stage, common concerns and solutions, and appliances and apparatuses used in breastfeeding. At completion of the course students are “Certificated Lactation Educator Counselors”. Note: This course must be taken for a Letter grade. Please visit the instructor’s website for required textbook and more in depth program details. (www. breastfeeding-education.com)

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Presentation Skills

ONLINE Instructor: Virginia Baker, R.N., MPH, IBCLC, FACCE Lactation consultant at Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women and the Perinatal Health Program Coordinator for UCSD Extension. Section: 098868-5003 Course No. RMED-40006 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Reproductive Medicine 4 CE units in Reproductive Medicine BRN/RD: 45 CE hrs. BRN does not award partial credits Fee: $695 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/nmm)

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NURSING & CLINICAL PROFESSIONALS SEE ALSO

• Specialized Certificate in Emergency Department Nursing—p. 167 • Specialized Certificate in Case Management—p. 166

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Case Management Intensive

Case managers are needed in all areas of Case managers are needed in all areas of healthcare delivery when meeting the needs of patients and families. Healthcare professionals (RNs, MDs, RT, LVN, social workers) are eligible to become certified Case Managers. This course delivers training to become a case manager. Some topics covered: Essentials of Case Management; Physical & Psychological Factors: Introduction to Clinical Pathways/ Practice Guidelines; Insurance Lines & Health Benefits Plans; Legal Responsibilities; Disability Management; & Student Presentation of Case Studies. Note: Required for Specialized Certificate in Case Management. Completion of this course prepares qualified candidates for the Certified Case Manager (CCM) designation examination, offered through the Commission for Case Manager Certification. For additional information, contact Donna Stern at dmstern@ucsd.edu. IN-CLASS Instructor: Karen Wetther, BSN, R.N. Legal Nurse Consultant in private practice and Founding Member of the American Association of Legal Consultants. Tracey Berens, R.N., B.S., CCM R.N. for over 30 years and Case Manager since 1986, and worked for several workers compensation insurance carriers. Bj Munderloh, R.N., MSN, CNS, CCM Utilization Management Director for 32 Practitioner Medical Group for 12 years. Miriam Snitkin, R.N., BSN Case Manager for two local hospital systems and a local HMO, and for her own workers’ compensation company. Section: 099198-5003 Course No. FPM-40226 Time/Date: F&Sa 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Feb. 21-Mar. 15 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 9 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 72 CE hours. Fee: $1195 No refunds after: Feb. 27 (glm/ds)

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Fundamentals of Maternal & Newborn Nursing Care

˜This course will prepare nurses, with lit-

tle or no obstetric background, for clinical preceptorship in the Labor, Delivery postpartum setting. Course content includes a Basic Fetal Heart Monitoring, review of female reproductive anatomy and physiology, physiologic and pathophysiologic processes associated with labor and delivery, frequently encountered complications of pregnancy, common medical and pharmacologic interventions, nursing assessments and interventions during the intrapartal period, postpartal and newborn teaching protocols, medico-legal aspects, culturally competent care, and high risk social behaviors and the relationship to perinatal car. This course does NOT include a clinical component or neonatal resuscitation instruction. IN-CLASS Instructor: Emily Loui Section: 099231-5003 Course No. FPM-40589 Time/Date: Tu, W 7:45 a.m.-3:45 p.m., Jan. 21-Feb. 26 (12 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 6 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 6 units in Nursing. Credits are provided only if attendance is recorded for each day of class and you receive a passing grade on the course examination. BRN: 65 hrs. Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 22 COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION

Fundamentals of Infection Prevention/Clinical Epidemiology

The concepts of Fundamentals of Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology will be communicated through a series of web-based sessions, with each session building upon knowledge and principals communicated in previous session(s). Course content will be presented in a logical, engaging and step-wise manner with a sharp focus on the role of infection control Practitioners/Preventionist. The series of web-based sessions will begin with an overview of the epidemiological principles and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) evidenced based methods and recommendations used in the development and practice of disease and infection surveillance, prevention and control for the General Acute Care Hospital (GACH). Note: This class is entirely online and has no in-person meetings. ONLINE Instructor: Kim Delahanty Administrative Director of Epidemiology at UC San Diego Medical Center. Section: 099629-5003 Course No. FPM-40577 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Family & Preventive Medicine 12 hours of BRN CE credit Fee: $129 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Infection Prevention for Healthcare Epidemiology

This 8-hour series of web-based sessions meets the requirements outlined in the 2008 California senate bill requiring mandatory specialized Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) training. This is not solely for CA physicians and hospital epidemiologists, even though CA legislation is included. Use of this course may be expanded outside the boundaries of CA for other physicians and hospital epidemiologists responsible for infection prevention programs within their General Acute Care Hospitals (GACH). Note: This course is recognized by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the instructors are trained by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and certified with the Certification Board of Infection Control (CBIC). Mandated course by State of CA. Course is entirely online and has no in-person meetings. ONLINE Instructor: Kim Delahanty Administrative Director of Epidemiology at UC San Diego Medical Center Section: 099630-5003 Course No. FPM-80020 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit BRN: 8 BRN CEU hours; 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(tm). Fee: $129 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

Emergency Department Nursing, Part I

This course focuses on determining priorities of care in the assessment of ill or injured emergency patients. Topics include triage, assessment, and management of shock; fluid resuscitation; and stabilization of respiratory, neurologic, thoracic, and abdominal injuries. The class emphasizes instruction in initial assessment and baseline data gathering for nurses with little experience in an emergency department setting. Note prerequisite: Students must be registered nurses or licensed or vocational nurses. Textbook is required. The course length is six weeks, starting from the date the student receives his/her password by email. ONLINE Instructor: Cathy McJannet, R.N., M.N., CEN,HTCP/I Over 30 years of experience in Emergency Department nursing and selected as the Certified Emergency Nurse of the year by ENA in 1999. Section: 099631-5003 Course No. NURS-40005 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3.5 units in Nursing BRN: 35 CE hrs. Fee: $395 No refunds after: One week after enrollment.

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This course focuses on the medical and psychological emergencies that are frequently found in the emergency department. Topics include violence as it relates to the emergency department (staff and patients), substance abuse, toxicological emergencies, environmental emergencies, and disaster nursing. General medical emergencies, obstetrical emergencies, pediatric emergencies, and psychiatric emergencies are areas that will also be covered. Note prerequisite: Students must be registered nurses or vocational nurses. Textbook is required. The course length is six weeks, starting from the date the student receives his/her password by email. ONLINE Instructor: Cathy McJannet, R.N., M.N., CEN,HTCP/I Over 30 years of experience in Emergency Department nursing and selected as the Certified Emergency Nurse of the year by ENA in 1999. Section: 099632-5003 Course No. NURS-40002 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 30 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3.5 units in Nursing BRN: 35 CE Hrs. Fee: $395 No refunds after: One week after enrollment. LICENSURE/RELICENSURE CREDIT

Nurse Refresher & Re-Entry Program

The Nurse Refresher & Re-Entry Program is designed to prepare nurses to return to practice. Nurses have the opportunity to gain a realistic perspective of the healthcare environment in a variety of settings: acute care, sub-acute, clinic, and ambulatory care. This didactic portion provides nurses with a chance to review assessment skills, address care & intervention methods and evidence-based nursing practice standards. Nurses are assisted with the development of a professional advancement path/plan with recognition of individual learning needs and additional educational preparation. Please note that there is no clinical time included in this didactic course. Note: Current CA or RN license, general computer experience (Word, Windows, and/or email). IN-CLASS Instructor: Angelica Madigan Section: 099633-5003 Course No. FPM-40387 Time/Date:TBD Location: TBD Credit: 5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine BRN: 50 CE hrs. Fee: $795 No refunds after: TBD

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NUTRITION

Cultural Foods

˜Welcome to Cultural Foods. This is

a 3-unit course that examines the regional, ethnic, cultural, religious, historical and social influences on food patterns and cuisine, as well as how food is viewed as an expression of cultural diversity. Traditional foods of geographic areas and cultures, geographic factors in food availability, global food issues, dietary habits, religious influences and an overview of nutritional concerns of certain ethnic groups are discussed and assessed. Connection is drawn between major historical events and how and why these events affected and defined the culinary traditions of different societies. Also presented are nutrition and health consequences of certain food choices, sanitation and safety practices and applications of food and nutrition services around the globe. ONLINE Instructor: Katie Ferraro Registered Dietitian (RD) and a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) with a Masters in Public Health and is a consultant dietitian in San Diego. Section: 098863-5003 Course No. BIOL-40274 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Biology 3 units in Biology. BRN 27 CE hrs. BRN board does not award partial credit. Fee: $375 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/nmm)

Introduction to Nutrition Science

˜Introduction to Nutrition Science is

an asynchronous three-unit course designed to introduce you to the basic principles of Nutrition Science. Course participants will learn about macro and micronutrients, digestion, nutrition throughout the lifecycle, food safety and technology and nutrition for an active lifestyle. Participants will also conduct a thorough self-dietary analysis. ONLINE Instructor: Katie Ferraro Registered Dietitian (RD) and a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) with a Masters in Public Health and is a consultant dietitian in San Diego. Section: 098862-5003 Course No. BIOL-40270 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Biology BRN:30 CE hrs. BRN board does not award partial credit Fee: $375 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/nmm)

Nutrition Therapy for Healthcare Professionals

˜Welcome to Nutrition Therapy for

Healthcare Professionals. This course is designed to introduce the current or future healthcare professional student to the basics of diet therapy for use in a variety of healthcare settings. The emphasis of the class is on applying evidence based nutrition recommendations and guidelines to promote optimal health, to prevent disease and to treat health-related conditions. Each module highlights a different disease state and covers the most current, evidence-based applications of nutrition and diet therapy in the prevention, management and treatment of that condition. ONLINE Instructor: Katie Ferraro Registered Dietitian (RD) and a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) with a Masters in Public Health and is a consultant dietitian in San Diego. Section: 098865-5003 Course No. BIOL-40276 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Biology 3 units in Biology. BRN:27hrs. BRN board does not award partial credit. Fee: $375 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/nmm)

Nutrition Throughout the Lifecycle

˜Welcome to Nutrition Throughout

the Lifecycle. This is a 2-unit course that details the application of nutrition principles throughout the human lifecycle. The course material analyzes nutrient needs and food-related concerns during pre-conception, pregnancy, breastfeeding, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and older adulthood. The course is designed for current and future healthcare professionals and community health workers, with an overarching goal to promote optimal health with the provision of adequate nutrition throughout the human lifespan.

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Emergency Department Nursing, Part II

ONLINE Instructor: Katie Ferraro Registered Dietitian (RD) and a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) with a Masters in Public Health and is a consultant dietitian in San Diego. Section: 098864-5003 Course No. BIOL-40275 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Biology 2 units in Biology. BRN:18hrs. BRN board does not award partial credit. Fee: $225 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (glm/nmm)

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SAFETY SEE ALSO

• Professional Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health—p. 175 Please visit osha.ucsd.edu for a full listing of OSHA courses. DAYTIME

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EM385-1-1 40 Hour Safety (UCSD 9300)

This course is for contractors, military and government employees who enforce or must comply to the EM385-1-1 US Army Corps of Engineers safety and health requirements. You will learn procedures of the Navy and US Army Corps of Engineers contracts, and the safety and health requirements of the US Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements manual. Upon completion, students receive an official OSHA 30 Hour card for Construction. Topics include: Preparation of Site-Specific Accident Prevention Plan (APP), Intro to OSHA, Site Safety Health Officer’s Qualifications & Responsibilities, Activity Hazard Analysis development, Site Personnel training, Incident Response, Job site Auditing, and Hazard Communication. Note: Travel plans must accommodate the 5:00 p.m. end time. IN-CLASS Instructor: Thom Stefanik Section: 096656-5003 Course No. FPM-40507 Time/Date: M thru F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Feb. 10-14 (5 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 4 units in Family & Preventive Medicine CEU 4, ABIH 6.68 CM Points Fee: $925 No refunds after: Jan. 27 (rsm/lap) IN-CLASS Instructor: Valerie Stakes Section: 096829-5003 Course No. FPM-40507 Time/Date: M thru F 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Jan. 13-17 (5 mtgs.) Location: Safety Center, Spring Street Center, 109 S. Spring St., Claremont Credit: 4 units in Family & Preventive Medicine CEU 4, ABIH 6.68 CM Points Fee: $925 No refunds after: Dec. 31 (rsm/lap) IN-CLASS Instructor: Thom Stefanik Section: 096905-5003 Course No. FPM-40507 Time/Date: M thru F 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Feb. 3-7 (5 mtgs.) Location: AGC Nevada, 5400 Mill St., Reno Credit: 4 units in Family & Preventive Medicine CEU 4, ABIH 6.68 CM Points Fee: $925 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (rsm/lap)

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Trainer Course - International Construction Safety (ISEI 5050)

˜Designed to provide students with the

knowledge, skills and resources necessary to provide construction safety training drawing from the UCSD OTIEC/ISEI curriculum. The main focus is on training skills for adult learners, the application of the ISEI training program requirements and familiarity of the resources/materials used in the program. Students will be required to make a 15-30 minute presentation of the material in order to evaluate their training skills. Note: In Celebration of the upcoming World Safety Organization Professional Development Conference, the October 21-November 12, 2013 “ISEI 5050” class has been discounted to $499. 26th Annual conference will be hosted by the International Safety Education Institute (ISEI) at UCSD Extension. The symposium will be held in San Diego, California on September 8-11 at the Hilton Hotel in Mission Valley. Visit: www. WorldSafety.org for conference information. For more information on the ISEI program, visit: isei.ucsd.edu or email: isei@ucsd.edu ONLINE Instructor: Jeff Beeler Retired fire department Captain with 32 years in the fire service and a certified California State Fire Marshall, CSTI and California Community College instructor Section: 096692-5003 Course No. FPM-40558 Time/Date: Feb. 3-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 2 CEUs Fee: $800 No refunds after: Jan. 20 (rsm/sjs) DAYTIME

Electrical Safety Standards NFPA 70E - 2-Day (UCSD 3094)

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trical systems, have a safety role at these sites or are an emergency responder, this course is for you. The new electrical safety standards (NFPA 70E) are the next step to a safer electrical environment in the workplace. Anyone who deals with hazards such as electrocutions, fires and explosions should attend. Learn how to prevent serious disabling injuries, damage to equipment and work sites and most importantly, save lives. IN-CLASS Instructor: Dave Nelson Section: 096646-5003 Course No. FPM-40548 Time/Date: F&Sa 8:00 a.m.-4:29 p.m., Jan. 17-18 (2 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 1.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine CEU 1.5, ABIH 2.67 CM Points, BCSP 1.6 COCs Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 3 (rsm/lap)

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Trainer Course - Fall Protection (UCSD 9060)

˜Continuation of the OSHA 3110

course, this course teaches student how to apply the fall protection standards, and teaches training techniques that are effective and develops an effective training course for both classroom and hands-on in the field. Note required prerequisite: OSHA 3110 course. Travel plans must accommodate the 4:30 p.m. end time.

IN-CLASS Instructor: John McHugh Section: 096565-5003 Course No. FPM-40566 Time/Date: F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mar. 21 (1 mtg.) Location: VER Sales, 2514 N. Naomi Street, Burbank Credit: .5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine .8 CEU, 1.34 CM points, ABIH Credit: 1.34 CM Points Fee: $250 No refunds after: Mar. 7 (rsm/lap) IN-CLASS Instructor: Russ Barringer Section: 096587-5003 Course No. FPM-40566 Time/Date: F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mar. 7 (1 mtg.) Location: Arizona Safety Education Ctr., 201 East Southern Ave., Ste. 204, Tempe Credit: .5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine .8 CEU, 1.34 CM points, ABIH Credit: 1.34 CM Points Fee: $250 No refunds after: Feb. 21 (rsm/lap) IN-CLASS Instructor: R. Harrell Section: 096653-5003 Course No. FPM-40566 Time/Date: F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Feb. 7 (1 mtg.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: .5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine .8 CEU, 1.34 CM points, ABIH Credit: 1.34 CM Points Fee: $250 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (rsm/lap) DAYTIME

Scaffolding (UCSD 3200)

During this course you will become familiar with the OSHA compliance standards for various types of scaffolding including supported, suspended, and aerial lifts. You will also learn how scaffolds work and how to do basic load analysis, as well as hands-on field exercises, the OSHA standards for scaffolding, and resource material. Topics include: Platforms, Bracing, Guardrails, Falling Objects, Tie-Ins and Scaffold Bracing, and Mobile Scaffolds. Note: Requires appropriate clothing for field exercise. Travel plans must accommodate the 4:30 p.m. end time. IN-CLASS Instructor: Ray Schroeder Section: 096586-5003 Course No. FPM-40473 Time/Date: Tu,W&Th 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Feb. 18-20 (3 mtgs.) Location: Arizona Safety Education Ctr., 201 East Southern Ave., Ste. 204, Tempe Credit: 2.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 2.4 CEUs, ABIH Credits 4.01 CM Points, BCSP Credit 2.4 COCs Fee: $675 No refunds after: Feb. 4 (rsm/lap)

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Trainer Course - Confined Space (UCSD 2265)

Gain the knowledge and skills to instruct a confined space entry class within your organization. The course will cover advanced confined space issues, teaching, resources, instructional methodology and points on how to jazz up your presentation. Students will be required to give a ten minute presentation for evaluation by other students. Note recommended prerequisite: OSHA 2264 or other confined space experience. If possible bring laptop, material and equipment for class presentation. Travel plans must accommodate the 4:30 p.m. end time. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jeff Beeler Section: 096966-5003 Course No. FPM-40291 Time/Date: Th&F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Feb. 6-7 (2 mtgs.) Location: UCLA - Figueroa Courtyard, 261 South Figueroa, Room 102, Los Angeles Credit: 1.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 1.6 CEUs, ABIH Credit 2.67 CM Points, BCSP Credit 1.6 COCs Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 23 (rsm/lap) DAYTIME

Trainer Course - Forklift Safety (UCSD 9020)

Participants will learn the OSHA requirements, how they affect companies and how to comply with the standards. This course is designed to give the tools and knowledge needed to return to work and teach forklift operators OSHA requirements. Trainers should have a basic understanding of forklift operations and procedures. Forklift operating experience is helpful but not needed for this course. An operational supervisor may be needed to assist you in training and evaluation of your facility. Topics Include: rough terrain, extendable boom and vertical mast. Note: Travel plans must accommodate the 4:30 p.m. end time.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Harold Gribow Section: 096585-5003 Course No. FPM-40307 Time/Date: M&Tu 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Jan. 13-14 (2 mtgs.) Location: Arizona Safety Education Ctr., 201 East Southern Ave., Ste. 204, Tempe Credit: 1.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine ABIH Credit 2.67 CM Points, BCSP Credit 1.6 COCs Fee: $425 No refunds after: Dec. 30 (rsm/lap) DAYTIME

Trainer Course - Rigging Safety (UCSD 9030)

This course covers advanced rigging principles, safety requirements, and key considerations for safe rigging. Students participating in this course will be able to identify appropriate rigging techniques; they will understand sling angles and the stresses imposed. They will go thru OSHA’s new regulations on qualifications of riggers and the national consensus standards for rigging to include sling and hardware inspections and rejection criteria. An extensive use of hands-on practical techniques emphasizes the training and the course is completed with a tour of an active rigging shop. Note required prerequisite: OSHA 510 or OSHA 511 or equivalent. Requires appropriate clothing for field exercise. Travel plans must accommodate the 4:30 p.m. end time. IN-CLASS Instructor: R. Harrell Section: 096666-5003 Course No. FPM-40349 Time/Date: M thru Th 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mar. 10-13 (4 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 3.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 3.2 CEUs, ABIH Credit 5.34 CM Points, BCSP Credit 3.2 COCs Fee: $750 No refunds after: Feb. 24 (rsm/lap) DAYTIME

Trainer Course - Trenching Trainer (UCSD 3011)

This course reviews the Federal and State OSHA requirements for excavation and trenching activities. Emphasis will be placed on training techniques, prevention strategies and practices such as inspections, permitting procedures, soil analysis, and competent person responsibilities. Note recommended prerequisite: OSHA 3010. Travel plans must accommodate the 4:30 p.m. end time.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Van Howell Section: 096588-5003 Course No. FPM-40308 Time/Date: Th&F 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mar. 13-14 (2 mtgs.) Location: Arizona Safety Education Ctr., 201 East Southern Ave., Ste. 204, Tempe Credit: 1.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 1.6 CEUs, ABIH Credit 2.67 CM Points, BCSP Credit 1.6 COCs Fee: $425 No refunds after: Feb. 27 (rsm/lap) IN-CLASS Instructor: Rober Fernandez Section: 096652-5003 Course No. FPM-40308 Time/Date: Th&F 8:00 a.m.-4:29 p.m., Feb. 6-7 (2 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego Credit: 1.5 units in Family & Preventive Medicine 1.6 CEUs, ABIH Credit 2.67 CM Points, BCSP Credit 1.6 COCs Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 24 (rsm/lap)

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Politics & Public Policy of US Healthcare - Sacramento

This exciting, fast-paced and practical course is filled with critical information for those who want to advance their understanding of healthcare politics. Classes focus on leadership and political advocacy, legislative structures, the media in healthcare, building coalitions, lobbying, and political campaigns. Participants will travel to Sacramento to attend a legislative session. Note: For details and exact dates, contact nmitchell@ucsd. edu, (858)534-9276. This course can also be applied towards the Master’s Degree in Health Law and Leadership of Healthcare Organizations. IN-CLASS Instructor: Leslie Bruce, J.D. Experienced communicator and advocate, with more than 25 years’ experience in San Diego area business. Section: 099470-5003 Course No. BUSA-40506 Time/Date: F&Sa 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Jan. 17-Mar. 15 (9 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension Mission Valley Ctr., 404 Camino Del Rio S., Ste. 102, San Diego. Credit: 5 units in Business Administration BRN-50 hours. Fee: $1495 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (glm/nmm)

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Certificate Programs

Be all that you can be.

Case Management

• Clinical Trials Administration

Case management is the fastest growing segment of the healthcare industry. Case managers are needed in all areas of healthcare delivery, HMOs, PPOs, insurance companies, hospitals, home health, etc. With appropriate education and training, all healthcare professionals can become Case Managers. UCSD Extension’s Specialized Certificate in Case Management, offered in an intensive eight-week format, is specially designed for healthcare professionals (RNs, MDs, RT, social workers) who want to qualify for new positions, explore new career paths, meet continuing education requirements, or document professional mastery of case management theory and techniques.

• Clinical Trials in Latin America

Students will learn to:

• Emergency Department Nursing

PROFESSIONAL

• Work collaboratively with the patient, physician, family/significant other, and healthcare provider • Encourage clients to self-direct care, selfadvocate, and make decisions when appropriate and to the degree possible • Promote the optimum allocation of healthcare dollars and maximize efficiency in the use of available resources • Maintain cost containment in the provision of services and ensure that services are rendered timely and cost-effectively • Designate the expenditure of claims dollars and timely claim determinations

• Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling

Industry Requirements

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety SPECIALIZED • Case Management

• Healthcare Information Technology • Lactation Consultant • Play Therapy PROFICIENCY • Medical Procedural Coding ADVANCED • Clinical Laboratory Scientist

• Fitness Instruction/Exercise Science

The program helps prepare qualified candidates for the Certified Case Manager (CCM) designation through the Commission for Case Manager Certification (ccmcertification.org).

• Hospital Coding

Please Note

• Clinical Trials Design and Management

• Occupational Safety and Health

Offered Spring, Fall and Winter quarters only. For schedule, check catalog or email Donna Stern at dmstern@ucsd.edu. • Case Management Intensive (FPM-40226) Cert. ID: 99767-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9261 Email: dmstern@ucsd.edu

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The UCSD Extension Specialized Certificate in Clinical Trials Administration is modeled on the top-rated UCSD Extension Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management, the premier 200+ hour series of courses. The Intensive program consists of more than 100 hours of instruction through two sections, combining classroom instruction as a cohort and distance learning courses to be completed at your place of residence. Developed in partnership with leaders in the biotechnology/biomedical research industry, the program’s highly accelerated format offers immediately applicable knowledge of the clinical trials process.

El Programa de Certificación para la Administración de Estudios Clínicos en Latinoamérica fue creado en colaboración con líderes de la industria de investigación biotecnológica y biomédica, y está diseñado para ayudar a profesionistas a obtener un conocimiento básico del proceso de estudios clínicos de forma altamente calificada y de aplicabilidad inmediata. Los cursos se presentan en línea y en un formato completamente en el idioma español. Para mayor información, por favor visite extension.ucsd.edu/estudiosclinicos.

Clinical Trials Administration

Audience: • managers-in-training and others who want to refine or update skills • research associates and coordinators • biomedical and research scientists • nurses and allied health professionals • statisticians and database administrators • international clinical trials professionals • individuals with degrees in science, psychology, or related areas whom are entering the field

Certificate Guidelines

Part 1: Intensive Workshop, FPM 40273, offered Spring, Summer, and Fall quarters. This is followed by:Part 2: Follow-On Program, FPM 40272; package includes 3 online classes and the Follow-On workshop (also available via distance learning for students residing out of region) for one fee of $995. Must Take FPM 40273 before FPM 40272.

Please Note Continuing Education hours awarded: 40

hours for Intensive Workshop; an additional 70 hours for the “package” of three online courses and the Follow-On Workshop. Applicable to ACRP and SoCRA education hours requirements.

Required Courses • Clinical Trials Intensive Workshop (FPM40273)

(FPM 40272 FOLLOWS FPM 40273) • Clinical Trials Administration Program (FPM-40272) Cert. ID: 93892-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9261 Email: dmstern@ucsd.edu

Clinical Trials in Latin America

Requisitos para Admisión

El programa va dirigido a una audiencia que incluye personal clínico y otros profesionales del área de salud que llevarán a cabo estudios clínicos. Los cursos están diseñados para cubrir la demanda de personal especializado en el diseño y administración de estudios clínicos y estándares éticos que cumplen con los estándares gubernamentales en la región.

Lineamientos para el Certificado

Aquellos alumnos interesados en tomar la Certificación para la Administración de Estudios Clínicos en Latinoamérica deben completar cada uno de los cursos con una calificación aprobatoria. Además se requiere una calificación aprobatoria en el examen final que abarca todo el contenido del programa para poder obtener el certificado. El examen final se presenta una vez que el estudiante ha concluido con todo el contenido del programa. Los cursos se presentan en línea y se dividen en tres fases (Fase 1, 2 y 3). Al utilizar la matriz de cursos como guía, los alumnos se inscriben siguiendo la secuencia de cursos que ahí se indica.

Fase 1 (Se requiere completar la Fase 1 (de 3) • Introducción a la Investigación Clínica Internacional (FPM-40496) • El Proceso de Desarrollo de Fármacos (FPM-40499) • Buenas Prácticas Clínicas (BPC) (FPM-40500)

Fase 2 (Se requiere completar la Fase 2 (de 3) • Comités de Ética/Protección de Sujetos Humanos (FPM-40502) • Monitorización de Estudios Clínicos (FPM-40501) • Estándares Profesionales en la Conducción de Estudios Clínicos (FPM-40505)

Fase 3 (Se requiere completar la Fase 3 (de 3) • Preparación para un Nuevo Estudio Clínico (FPM-40504) • Organizaciones de Investigación Clínica por Contrato (CRO) (FPM-40506)

SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATE

Emergency Department Nursing Learn what it takes to become a Certified Emergency Department nurse!The Specialized Certificate in Emergency Department Nursing gives participants the essential knowledge base required for assessment and initial management of the emergency patient. By gaining certification, participants not only validate competency, but also demonstrate a greater commitment to specialty and quality health care. Courses in the program are ideal for continuing education or relicensure credit independently of the certificate. This program is now offered online every quarter. The certificate is also available to be tailored for groups from international healthcare organizations.

Conditions for Admission

Current CA or RN license, current CPR card, negative TB test, insurance coverage and general computer experience (Word/Windows and/ or email)

Please Note Preceptorship for Online Emergency Nursing Students To obtain a certificate in emergency nursing the student will need to complete 60 clinical hours in an emergency department (or ER compatible site.) The goal of this course is that the student apply the academic knowledge learned in the two theory components of the Emergency Nursing Program in a clinical setting. Each online student will liaise directly with the instructor regarding the clinical placement that will occur at the student’s location. The clinical component is not done at UCSD or arranged by UCSD. It is up to the online student to arrange his or her own clinical experience with the instructor in a facilitating role.

Required Courses • Emergency Department Nursing, Part I (NURS-40005) • Emergency Department Nursing, Part II (NURS-40002) • Emergency Department Nursing Basic Preceptorship (NURS-40003)

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Cert. ID: 99786-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9262 Email: unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu

Taller opcional • Estudios Clínicos en Latinoamérica: Curso Intensivo (FPM-40510) Cert. ID: 99769-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9278 Email: estudiosclinicos@ucsd.edu

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Healthcare Information Technology Geared towards professionals with a background in Healthcare, Information Technology and/or Project Management, UC San Diego Extension’s Healthcare IT Certificate program gives graduates the strong technical training and interpersonal skill development that employers have deemed essential to success in the Healthcare IT field. Students will examine the elements necessary for effective implementation of electronic health records and their integration in different healthcare environments. Taught by seasoned HIT professionals and overseen by an advisory board of HIT leaders, the program includes more than 140 hours of teaching and learning along with a 60-hour Capstone Project. All courses are offered fully online, though students local to San Diego have the option of working as a group in person on their Capstone Project. Remote students may develop their own individual Capstone Project that meets their professional interests and career goals in collaboration with the instructor and a selected healthcare organization. Upon completion of the program, graduates will qualify for new healthcare-related industry positions, created in large part by the current national initiative to implement electronic health records.

Learning Objectives: • Identify informatics needs in different healthcare settings and align them with available solutions • Evaluate, select and deploy informatics solutions in healthcare delivery systems • Acquire, store, and convert/organize data into relevant diagnostic, therapeutic or research information, using quantitative and qualitative tools for decision support and data analysis • Understand the future of HIT in order to be an organizational resource in this topic area

Program Duration and Enrollment: • All coursework can be completed in as few as 6 months for aggressive learners, with most students choosing the recommended 9- or 12-month schedule • Prerequisite courses are offered 4 times per year and students can complete all 3 courses together in the same quarter

Who Should Attend: • Healthcare and clinical professionals ready to assume supervisory or specialist roles in Healthcare IT Cert. ID: 99794-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9262 Email: unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu

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This program expands the clinical knowledge of the breastfeeding professional who interfaces with the breastfeeding client by understanding problems of clinical management. Students are required to complete the checklist form and return to Nicole Mitchell, prior to enrolling in the Lactation Consultant Course.

Play therapy is a structured, theoretically based approach to therapy that builds on the normal communicative and learning processes of children. Therapists strategically use play therapy to help children express what is troubling them, when they do not have the verbal language to express their thoughts and feelings. In play therapy, toys are like the child’s words, and play is the child’s language. The certificate program satisfies the instructional requirement of the Association for Play Therapy (APT) to become a Registered Play Therapist (RPT), as well as a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT-S). UC San Diego Extension is approved by the APT to offer continuing educationspecific to play therapy (provider no. 98-046). Details about requirements and applications forthe designations may be obtained from the Association for Play Therapy.Before enrolling, please request additional information: unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu or (858) 534-9262.

Lactation Consultant

Conditions for Admission

All UC San Diego students will be required to have completed the following education prior to applying for the UC San Diego LC course: Meet ONE of the following requirements: • Registered/licensed/recognized health professional in their country Or have completed both of the following general education requirements • Completed 8 general education courses of one semester, or equivalent, in length and 6 additional continuing education subjects. Please visit www.IBLCE.ORG for more informationThe program consists of 120+ classroom hours. For description of clinical hours, requirements and application, please see website at www.breastfeeding-education.com

Please Note

The $60 certificate fee is included in the program fee. Accepting applications for Fall 2013.

Prerequisite Course (Pathway 2 only) • Lactation Educator Counselor Training Program (RMED-40006)

Required Course (Only 1 of the courses below required depending on approved Pathway)

• Lactation Consultant Education (RMED40019) • Hybrid Lactation Consultant (RMED40024)

2012 IBLCE Exam CE Courses (Pathway 2 students additional CE subjects required for IBCLE exam)

• Medical Terminology (FPM-40172) • Ethics for Healthcare Professionals (BUSA80010) • Anatomy and Physiology (FPM-40535) • AHA Healthcare Provider CPR Course (GINT-81370) • Fundamentals of Infection Prevention/ Clinical Epidemiology (FPM-40577) • Lactation Medical Documentation (RMED80000) • Occupational Safety & Security for Health Professionals (FPM-40554) • Introduction to Nutrition Science (BIOL40270) • Introduction to Statistics (CSE-41069) Cert. ID: 99803-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9262 Email: unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu

Play Therapy

Certificate Guidelines

To earn the certificate you must complete 11 quarter units (min. 150 hours of coursework). A total of 13 units (171 instructional hours) are offered during a complete program cycle from which you select courses that fit your schedule. The 171 hours of coursework meet the Association for Play Therapy’s instructional-hours requirement toward becoming a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) or Registered Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT-S).

Industry Requirements

RPT and RPT-S designations: The program satisfies the Association for Play Therapy’s 150 instructional-hours requirement to become a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) or Registered Play Therapist Supervisor (RPT-S). Courses are also individually approved for hours toward the 150-hour requirement. UC San Diego Extension maintains responsibility for the certificate program. See APT’s website: http://www.a4pt.org for additional requirements pertaining to registration.

Current and Upcoming Courses

Winter and remaining Fall courses are shown. A matrix showing the entire program is available on Extension’s website: extension.ucsd.edu • Child-Centered Play Therapy (PSY-40235) • Child-Parent Relationship Therapy-CPRT (PSY-40337) • Developmental Play Therapy (PSY-40336) • Introduction to Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PSY-40328) • Structured Play Therapy (PSY-40238) • Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Children (PSY-40158) Cert. ID: 99812-5003 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9262 Email: unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu

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Clinical Laboratory Scientist Training

The goal of the UC San Diego Clinical Laboratory Scientist Training Program is to provide trainees with the necessary academic instruction and professional training of the highest quality in the field of laboratory medicine to pass a nationally recognized certification examination, obtain licensure in the state of California and meet the employment needs of the California healthcare industry. The program continuously and consistently strives to insure at minimum, entry level competence of its trainees in each discipline of the clinical laboratory environment. Practical training will be gained through hands-on clinical laboratory experience at UC San Diego Health System clinical laboratory facilities including the Center for Advanced Laboratory Medicine (CALM), the UC San Diego Medical Center – Hillcrest, Thornton Hospital-La Jolla, and Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego. Trainees of our affiliate institution will participate in practical training at the Palomar Health facilities at the Medical Center, and the Downtown campus. Lectures will be conducted at the CALM, the Medical Center, and Thornton Hospital. The program is augmented by visits to biotechnology and commercial companies, veterinary facilities and various laboratories.

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Professional Education Committee (AHPEC), and licensed by the California Department of Public Health, Laboratory Field Services.

Clinical Laboratories 9300 Campus Point Dr. #7320 La Jolla, CA 92037-1300

Affiliate Institution

Advisors

Palomar Health System, clinical laboratories, Escondido, CA

Training Coordinator Palomar Health Clinical Laboratories

Note: For a complete list of academic and essential function requirements, selection criteria, curriculum, program costs, other financial information, withdrawal policy, etc., please contact the program coordinator at clspro gram@ucsd.edu or 858-657-5714. There is no tuition. No monthly stipend is offered.

Conditions for Admission Academic Requirements Baccalaureate degree in a biological science or related field. Required prerequisite courses include: Analytical Chemistry, Cell/Molecular Biochemistry, Hematology, Immunology, Medical/Clinical Microbiology, Physics (including principles in light and electricity), upper level mathematics. Please review the complete Admission Requirements (pdf) for more information.

The University of California, San Diego is the sponsoring institution of the UC San Diego Clinical Laboratory Scientist Training Program. UC San Diego School of Medicine Department of Pathology, also supports various accredited residencies (such as those in Anatomical Pathology, Laboratory Medicine and Neuropathology) and fellowship programs (Surgical Pathology, Hematopathology, and Neuropathology).

Other Requirements

The program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS), approved by the UC San Diego School of Medicine Associated Health

Admission to this program is by application only. Contact the program at 858-657-5714 or clsprogram@ucsd.edu. Clinical Laboratory Scientist Training Program UC San Diego

Ability to perform and competence in various physical, technical and occupational functions such as vision, mobility, fine-motor skills, communications, and prioritizing work. For a complete list of academic and essential function requirements, please review Additional Certificate Information (pdf).

Joanne Haproff, CLS, MT (ASCP) Teresa Mueller, CLS, MT (ASCP) Training Coordinator Rady Children’s Hospital

Sharon Reed, MD

Faculty Advisor, CLS Training Program UC San Diego Health System

Barbara Sevilla, CLS, MT (ASCP) Program Coordinator UC San Diego Health System

Lorraine Tamashiro, MS, MT (ASCP)

Administrative Director, Clinical Laboratories UC San Diego Health System

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

The University of California San Diego Clinical Laboratory Scientist Training Program certificate is a one-year (12 month) program of training in the field of clinical laboratory medicine and technology. Trainees who successfully complete the program will be eligible to take the certification exam offered by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) Board of Certification, and the CLS Licensing exam offered by the California Department of Public Health.

Cert. ID: 99683-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Clinical Laboratory Scientist Training Program, (858) 657-5714 E-mail: clsprogram@ucsd.edu

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ADVANCED CERTIFICATE

Global Health Policy

Program Benefits: • Learn foundational information about the public health field within a global context – its purpose, traditional focus, tools and trends. • Develop student-driven research in global health policy in your area of interest.

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

• Design and draft a global disaster preparedness plan using case study and role playing approaches. •  Some courses can count towards the Master’s in Health Policy & Law degree. See Certificate Guidelines below for certificate requirements. See http://hlaw.ucsd.edu/prospectivestudents/ certificate.cfm for more information, and to see descriptions of courses in the program.

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Conditions for Admission Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree and an interest in Global Health. Please submit to the department your CV/Resume, and a one page essay stating why you want to acquire the certificate and how it fits into your future plans.

Advisors

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

James A. Balcius, MS, MSPH

Contact: Office of Adv Prof Education & Development, (858) 534-9159 E-mail: zshaghaghi@ucsd.edu

Matthew Brown

To Enroll in Courses

Commander, Medical Service Corps United States Navy Senior Advisor, Office of Global Affairs US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Washington DC

James Class, PhD

The certificate consists of five courses: (four required and one elective) for a minimum of 10 total units.

Daniel E. Lee, MD, PhD

1. Health Policy and Law Independent Study (academic publishing)(HLAW214)- 1 unit ($700)

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Guidelines

The courses are as follows:Introduction to Public Health and Global Issues (ANES40005) - 3 units ($425) Global Health Policy A (HLAW209A) - 2 units ($1,400) Global Health Policy B (HLAW209B) - 2 units ($1,400) Global Health Policy C (HLAW209C) - 2 units ($1,400) Plus one of the following options:

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Director of Global Health Policy Merck, Inc., Moscow, Russia

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Associate Clinical Professor and Program Director UCSD Health Sciences/Anesthesiology/ Pediatric Critical Care

Bryan A. Liang, MD, PhD, JD

Professor of Anesthesiology and Director UCSD School of Medicine/Institute of Health Law Studies/CWSL

Tim Mackey, PhD, MAS

Instructor (Health Sciences) UCSD School of Medicine/Global Health Policy & Law

2. Career Exploration in Global Public Health Policy (ANES4008)- 2 units ($245) 3. An Extension healthcare advocacy course selected by the student with advisor approval.

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The new Global Health Policy certificate meets the needs of medical and public health professionals seeking the policy development skills, global understanding, and practical sociopolitical tools to meet the rapidly increasing demands globalization in health represents. This education is beneficial for health administrators, physicians, nurses, pharmacists as well as nonclinical executives from business and law.


PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling

Note: Individuals entering the program should have at least one year of sobriety, if applicable. Having less than that will make it very difficult to secure a practicum site, which could significantly delay or prevent completion of the program.The program covers the essential areas of • Psychopharmacology • Recovery • Treatment team coordination • Counseling • Community services • Group leadership Practicum A practicum is also required to earn the certificate. In order to participate in it, you must have minimally completed the following courses (preferably all courses should be completed first): • Chemical Dependency I • Chemical Dependency II • Law and Ethics for Addiction Professionals • Applied Skills for Group Dynamics and Facilitation • Case Management The practicum consists of 255 hours of field work during which you also accrue 45 hours of instruction by attending workshops and other educational opportunities as directed by the practicum coordinator. You may begin the practicum in any quarter. Contact the program representative, 858-534-9265, to get started. You are responsible for obtaining a practicum site; however, the practicum coordinator can provide suggestions. In addition to the guidance provided by the coordinator, you will also work under a site supervisor. You have one year to complete the requirements, although most students complete in much less. To extend completion time beyond one year requires students to enroll again for the full fee.

Guidelines To earn the certificate you must complete 33 (quarter) units of study consisting of 13 required courses including a practicum.To receive credit toward CAADAC certification you must enroll in courses for a letter grade. For the certificate, a grade of C- or better is required in all courses. Of course, As and Bs are looked upon more favorably by CAADAC during the portfolio

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REQUIRED COURSES (All courses are required.) Cultural, Social, and Historical Overview of Alcohol and Drug Related Problems Introduction to Counseling Models Chemical Dependency I: Disease, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Pharmacology, Recovery Chemical Dependency II: Intervention, Treatment, Management, Patient Health Promotion, and Recovery 155 Case Management: Assessment, Orientation, and Treatment 155 Applied Skills for Group Dynamics and Facilitation 155 Dual Diagnosis: The Synergism of Chemical Dependency and Psychiatric Illness Prevention and Public Consequences of Substance Abuse Advanced Intervention Law and Ethics for Addiction Professionals Crisis Intervention: Theory and Practical Skills Basic and Advanced Counseling Skills and Characteristics Practicum for the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor

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review. In addition to meeting Extension’s unit requirement to earn the certificate, the course work/practicum also meet the educational and training requirements of the California Board of Alcohol & Drug Counselors (CCBADC) to obtain the Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor Associate (CADCA) designation (see below).

Advisors

State Board Requirements

Jerry Synold, M.A., CADC, CCS

To become a Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor Associate (CADCA), you must successfully complete the certificate program and pass the portfolio review and written examination of the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC). The first step in earning the CADCA designation is to download the certification manual, which contains the academic requirements, procedures, forms, portfolio and examination schedules, and fees. To download the manual, go to the CAACAC website: caadac.org and click on “Forms/Docs.”

Conditions for Admission CAADAC does not have an academic degree requirement related to associate-level certification, which Extension’s certificate program prepares individuals for. Therefore, Extension doesn’t have academic prerequisites related to the certificate, with the exception of a high school diploma or equivalent.

Al Feliciano, M.A., CADC

Program Director Vietnam Veterans of San Diego

John C. Seaman, M.A., CADC

Interventionist and Counselor Scripps Memorial Hospital McDonald Center Deputy Director Naval Drug & Alcohol Counseling School

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

UCSD Extension’s Professional Certificate Program in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling provides the comprehensive course work and training needed to succeed in a very challenging and demanding career in the healthcare field. The program is designed for individuals interested in getting starting the field, as well as those working in it.

Cert. ID: 99687-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9262 E-mail: unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Clinical Trials Design and Management Since its inception in 1997, with the help of a highly-qualified and prestigious advisory board & instructors who are cutting-edge industry professionals, UC San Diego Extension’s Professional Certificate in Clinical Trial & Design Management trains professionals at all levels in this vibrant and stimulating field. Students are able to customize their program by choosing an emphasis of study through a grouping of “topics” for a mastery of skills in diverse clinical trial areas.

Program Benefits • Grounds participants in professional principles upon which clinical trials are based • Provides opportunity to develop, practice, and apply skills most beneficial on the job • Builds confidence to assume more responsible roles within the industry

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

Guidelines The three required courses have no substitutes, and cannot be waived. Recommended: The Drug Development Process to be taken first, after any prerequisites.The 14 elective units may be from any/all elective categories in the matrix. Contact Saytel Lopez at s4lopez@ucsd. edu for guidance.

Industry Requirements Those pursuing the Clinical Research Coordinator (CCRC) or Clinical Research Associate (CCRA) credentials through ACRP, or the Clinical Research Professional (CCRP) credentials through SoCRA, can fulfill educational requirements by completing this program. For information about ACRP certification, please go to http://www.acrpnet.org.For more information about SoCRA certification, please go to http://socra.org.

Advisors Jan Agee

Training Manager and Instructor (ret.) Quintiles

Barbara Bigby, MA

Director, Regulatory Services Scripps Office for the Protection of Research Subjects

Lynne Eddy, PhD Consultant

Fred Fowler

Manager, Business Development Aerotek Scientific LLC

Angela McMahill, JD, CHRC, CHC, CCRA

Director UCSD Health Sciences Research Compliance Program

David Shapiro, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer and Executive VP, Development Intercept Pharmaceuticals

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REQUIRED COURSES Drug Development Process Human Subjects Protection and IRBs Good Clinical Practices

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT TOPICS FOR SPONSORS OF CLINICAL TRIALS Clinical Study Implementation and Management 152 Data Management Systems for Sponsors of Clinical Trials 152 Site and Investigator Recruitment Working with Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) 153

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Robin Smith, RN, BSN, CCRA

Director, Clinical Trial Registries, Global Clinical Serv., Allergan Pharmaceuticals

Daniel Szpak, RN, CCRC

Clinical Research Nurse Manager Clinical and Translational Research Institute (CTRI), UCSD

David Tanen, MD

Toxicology & Emergency Medicine; IRB Naval Medical Center, San Diego

Keith Vaux, MD

Clinical Professor of Pediatrics; Medical Director, CME Rady Childrens Hospital SD

Leonel Villa-Caballero, MD, PhD

Director del Programa Universidad de California, San Diego Extensión

Terence Webb, PharmD, MBA

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99693-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9261 E-mail: s4lopez@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Consultant MedVenture Consultants, Inc.

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Fitness Instruction/Exercise Science

In this program, you will develop and maintain skills that are current with the challenging and evolving fitness industry; leverage your learning experience with the reputation and prestige of UC San Diego and the leading national fitness certification agencies; acquire the necessary tools for success via our customized program; learn from experienced and credible leaders all currently employed within the field; and meet and network with fitness industry leaders. UC San Diego Extension offers three specialization tracks: Commercial, Corporate and Preventive/Wellness.

Certificate Formats All courses are offered twice a year in alternating quarters, with the exception of the elective Techniques in Group Training and Exercise, which is offered only in the summer quarter. The UCSD Extension Fitness Instruction / Exercise Science Certificate program offers students two formats to choose from. Intensive Format Option A (preferred): Upon enrolling in the program, you become eligible to purchase NASM’s Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) educational package at an almost 40% discount. There are important date considerations with this package; please contact the program representative (unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu) for package details. Option B: Upon completing all courses within 4 quarters, you are eligible to receive a 20% discount on the ACE Personal Trainer manual, ACE educational products, and the ACE exam fee. This package bundle should by purchased with a year of anticipated exam date; please contact the program representative (unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu) for package details. You must pay the nonrefundable $60 certificate application fee, which can be done at any time while you are taking courses. Extended Format You may complete the program within 2 to 5 years, including passing an NCCA-accredited exam (e.g., ACE, ACSM, NASM, NSCA). You can begin taking courses at any time starting

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REQUIRED COURSES The Physiology of Exercise Fundamentals of Anatomy and Kinesiology Nutrition for Fitness and Sport Sports Injuries and Emergency Procedures Strength and Conditioning Fitness Assessment Techniques Exercise Programming for Specific Health Conditions Functional Fitness Training Tools Fitness Internship

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with The Physiology of Exercise, Fundamentals of Anatomy and Kinesiology., and Nutrition for Fitness and Sport. These serve as prerequisites for many subsequent courses within the program. This extended format will entitle you to the NASM discount, but not the ACE discount. You must pay the nonrefundable $60 certificate application fee, which can be done at any time while you are taking courses. The Internship Prerequisite: Completion of all required courses and current CPR certification. The internship offers students the opportunity for growth and development of relevant skills in the fitness field. It encompasses fitness testing, programming and training, wellness and health education, and management and administration of health clubs and wellness facilities. Three tracks are offered: commercial, corporate, and preventive/ wellness. Fee: $275. Internships are by application only. Students have the option of finding their own internship sites, or working with the Internship Coordinator, Suzanne Meredith, as needed.

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Tracy Daly, M.S., R.D.

Dietician San Diego State University, University of San Diego

Marcia Klaiber, M.A., ATC

Athletic Training Education Program Director San Diego State University

Pete McCall, M.S., CSCS

Exercise Physiologist American Council on Exercise

Jonathan Ross AION Fitness

Larry Verity, Ph.D., FACSM

Professor, Dept. of Exercise & Nutritional Sciences San Diego State University

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99703-5003

All UC San Diego Extension Fitness Certificate courses are recognized by NASM and ACE as eligible continuing education courses.

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9262 E-mail: unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu

Advisors

To Enroll in Courses

Holli Clepper, B.S., CSCS, ACE Certified Group fitness training instructor

Fabio Comana, M.S., M.A., NASM CPT, CES & PES; ACE CPT & LWMC

Exercise Physiologist, Director of Continuing Education NASM

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

Start or advance your career with the Professional Certificate in Fitness Instruction and Exercise Science, developed in partnership with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and the American Council on Exercise (ACE) in response to competitive demands for well-trained and knowledgeable fitness instructors and lifestyle educators with abilities to design, implement, and manage a variety of health/fitness programs. Extension’s widely recognized health/fitness certificate is the premier program in San Diego - our exam pass rate significantly exceeds the national credentialing exam pass rates.

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Hospital Coding Specialist Skilled coding professionals are highly soughtafter resources by hospitals, clinics, as well as by physician office practices, long-term care facilities, and organizations across the nation. Both experienced and entry-level coding professionals can expect to be in high demand as the Bureau of Labor Statistics cites health information technology as one of the 20 fastest growing occupations in the United States.

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

The health information management (HIM) field places you right where the expanding arena of healthcare meets the cutting edge of technology. As an HIM professional, you are the expert on patient data that doctors, nurses and other providers rely on to perform their jobs. By maintaining, collecting and analyzing health information, your work makes an important contribution to the delivery of quality care. Coding specialists classify medical data from patient records, review patients’ records and assign numeric codes for each diagnosis and procedure. To perform this task, they must possess expertise in the ICD-10-CM and ICD10-PCS coding system and the surgery section within the CPT coding system. In addition, the Coding Specialist is knowledgeable of medical terminology, disease processes, and pharmacology, and is invaluable as a liaison among physicians, case managers, compliance professionals, Financial services, and hospital departments. The Hospital Coding Specialist Certificate program is comprised of comprehensive education and to prepare qualified individuals to become Hospital Coding Professionals. The purpose of the program is to provide classroom training for student with general coding knowledge, in order to prepare them for the possibility of a successful coding career in the acute and ambulatory care settings. It will also enhance the existing skills of individuals who are currently coding in the those care settings. Upon completion of the 32.5-credit hour program, students earn a professional certificate from UC San Diego Extension. This program prepares participants for the CCS (Certified Coding Specialist) national exam.

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Conditions for Admission Prerequisites: • High-School graduation/GED • Students with no coding knowledge will be required to take the Basic Coding course (MEDC-40008), offered every quarter, before acceptance into the program.Next Cohort starts Summer 2014. Please click “Apply Now” for the Program information packet/application. Completed applications should be mailed to UCSD Extension, Healthcare Department, 9500 Gilman Drive 0170E, La Jolla, CA 92093-0170 -or - by fax (858) 534-9257 Attn: Nicole Mitchell Admission Criteria: Admission decisions are based on a number of factors, including relevant work experience and the appropriateness of your goals to this program. Meeting the required qualifications for the program does not guarantee your admission, since the number of qualified applications may exceed the number of spots available.

Advisors Judy Courtemanche

Sharp Memorial Hospital HIM Department

Lidiya Ter-Markarova

Director of Coding and Charge Services Palomar Pomerado Health

Lorraine C. Wilson, RHIA

Administrative Director, HIMS Scipps Mercy Hospital

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99710-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences, (858) 534-9262 E-mail: unexhealthcare@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Lee Giddings, M.D.

Medical Director, Clinical Resource Management UC San Diego Health Sciences

Yvonne Jennings

Sharp Healthcare Human Resources

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PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE

Occupational Safety and Health

Program Benefits • Practical application of OSHA regulations in your workplace • Networking with other professionals • Access to the most up to date information • Justification for advancement or promotion • Opportunities to move to new jobs or careers

Guidelines 24 units total required for Construction or General Industry. 4 elective units for Construction or 3 units for General Industry.35 units total required for a dual certificate in both Construction and General Industry. Only 1 of the 2 trainer courses is required, the OSHA 500 or 501. If students choose not to take the other trainer course, they must instead take 3 other units as electives to reach the required 35 units in the dual certificate. Certificate registration is required.

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255. Cert. ID: 99721-5003

Application Fee: $60 Contact: OSHA Training Institute, (800) 358-9206 E-mail: oshatraining@ucsd.edu

To Enroll in Courses For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY - REQUIRED COURSES OSHA 3095 - Electrical Low Voltage Standards - Federal OSHA 3110 - Fall Protection OSHA 521 - Industrial Hygiene OSHA 510 - OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry Scaffolding (UCSD 3200) 164 OSHA 500 - Trainer Course - Construction Industry OSHA 3010 - Trenching and Excavation

GENERAL INDUSTRY - REQUIRED COURSES OSHA 3095 - Electrical Low Voltage Standards Federal OSHA 521 - Industrial Hygiene OSHA 2045 - Machine Guarding OSHA 511 - OSHA Standards for General Industry OSHA 2250 - Principles of Ergonomics OSHA 2225 - Respiratory Protection OSHA 501 - Trainer Course - General Industry

CORE COURSES - ELECTIVES Cal OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry (UCSD 810) Cal OSHA Standards for the General Industry (UCSD 821) OSHA 6000 - Collateral Duty Course for Federal Employees Electrical High Voltage Standards - State (UCSD 3098) Electrical High Voltage Standards - Federal (UCSD 3096) OSHA 3095 - Electrical Low Voltage Standards - Federal Electrical Low Voltage Standards - State (UCSD 3097) Electrical Safety Standards - NFPA 70E (UCSD 3099) 164 OSHA 3110 - Fall Protection OSHA 2015 - Hazardous Materials OSHA 521 - Industrial Hygiene Laws and Regulations (UCSD 900) OSHA 2045 - Machine Guarding OSHA 511 - OSHA Standards for General Industry OSHA 510 - OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry OSHA 2264 - Permit Required Confined Space Entry OSHA 2250 - Principles of Ergonomics OSHA 2225 - Respiratory Protection Safety Inspection Techniques (UCSD 4000) Scaffolding (UCSD 3200) 164 OSHA 3010 - Trenching and Excavation

Healthcare, Behavioral Sciences & Safety

This UC San Diego Extension Professional Certificate provides both experienced and newer safety professionals important workplace knowledge and practical experience regarding safety and safety standards. Professional Certificates offer concentrated study in areas directly applicable to many jobs and can add breadth and depth to existing knowledge and skills. You can elect a single certificate in Construction or General Industry, or a dual certificate in both areas.

TRAINER COURSES - ELECTIVES Trainer Course - Confined Space (UCSD 2265) 165 OSHA 500 - Trainer Course - Construction Industry OSHA 7400 - Noise in the Construction Industry Trainer Course - Crane Safety (UCSD 9010) OSHA 5600 - Trainer Course - Disaster Site Worker Trainer Course - Forklift Safety (UCSD 9020) 165 OSHA 501 - Trainer Course - General Industry OSHA 5400 - Trainer Course - Maritime Safety Trainer Course - Rigging Safety (UCSD 9030) 165 Trainer Course - Training Techniques (UCSD 9040) Trainer Course - Trenching Trainer (UCSD 3011) 165

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Brewing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178 Overview of Brewing Science and Technology. . . . . 178 Raw Materials and Malting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178 Wort Production & Recipe Formulation. . . . . . . . . . 178 Technology of Brewing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178 Overview of the Craft Brewing Industry. . . . . . . . . . 178 The Origins and History of Beer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178

Copyediting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179 Copyediting I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179 Copyediting II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179 Copyediting III. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179 Editing as a Business: How to Succeed on Your Own. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179 Social Media for Editors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180

Core Writing Skills. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 Writing Program Information Session. . . . . . . . . . . . 180 Grammar Lab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180

Creative Writing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 Exploring Poetic Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 Creative Writing I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 Turning Flax into Gold: Spinning Memories into Stories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 Science Writing I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 Writing Women’s Fiction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 Novel Writing I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 Characterization in the Novel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181

Literature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 Guilty Pleasures: Cheap Literature and Pop Fiction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181

Technical Communication. . . . . . . . . . . 182 Basics of Technical Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182 Critical Thinking for Communicators. . . . . . . . . . . . 182 Project Management for Technical Communicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182

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Specialized Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 Copyediting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183

Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 Brewery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 Technical Communication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185

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courses BREWING

Overview of Brewing Science and Technology

Get an overview of craft brewing on an industrial scale, from raw materials through finished product. Learn technical brewing terminology for equipment and processing. Throughout the course, the science and technology underlying each step is clearly explained, as well as providing a focus on the practical considerations involved in the industrial production of craft beer. Note: Enrollment is by application only. Please see extension.ucsd.edu/brewing for additional program information and the online application form. IN-CLASS Instructor: Yuseff A. Cherney Head Brewer and Co-Founder of Ballast Point; Taught Brewing through UCSD’s Craft Center for almost 20 years; Lead Instructor for the Brewing Certificate. Course No.: BREW-40000 Credit: 1 unit in Brewing Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (da/tmp)

Raw Materials and Malting

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Discover the vital details in the selection and processing of the key raw materials of beerwater, a starch source such as grain, hops, and yeast-as well as the ins and outs of grain handling and malt analysis. The carefully controlled germination of the grain, through the multi-step malting process, is presented and demonstrated. Expert guest speakers will join students in class and focus on specific topics related to the selection of quality raw materials. Note: Enrollment is by application only. Please see extension.ucsd.edu/brewing for additional program information and the online application form. IN-CLASS Instructor: Lee Chase Career highlights include: UC Davis Malting & Brewing Science (1994-95) and Institute of Brewing’s Associate Membership Examination, aka the IBD DBE (1995). Course No. BREW-40001 Credit: 3 units in Brewing Fee: $425

Wort Production & Recipe Formulation

Knowing how to customize the fermentability and body of beer is a key component in producing a quality brew. Get the essential details in the process of preparing, on an industrial scale, malted grain for fermentation and the variations on this process that create specific styles of beer. The science and technology of the process, as well as the industry brewhouse standards involved in milling, mashing, lautering and boiling, are discussed. Note: Enrollment is by application only. Please see extension.ucsd.edu/brewing for additional program information and the online application form. IN-CLASS Instructor: Mitch Steele, B.S. The Brewmaster at Stone Brewing Co. in Escondido, CA and a 25-year veteran of the brewing industry, and President of the MBAA District Southern California. Course No. BREW-40002 Credit: 2 units in Brewing Fee: $325

Technology of Brewing

˜Knowing how brewing equipment is

conceived of and constructed, as well as the engineering principles important in successful commercial brewing, enables brewers to evaluate engineering proposals and discuss them with engineers. Learn about the vital engineering models and concepts that are key to operating a working brewery including fluid flow (principally regarding pumps, pipes and valves), steam, energy balances, heat transfer (conduction, convention and radiation) and refrigeration, and gas laws. Note: Enrollment is by application only. Please see extension.ucsd.edu/brewing for additional program information and the online application form. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Course No. BREW-40006 Credit: 3 units in Brewing Fee: $425

˜Knowing how to craft beer is only

one aspect of running a successful brewery. Study the industry from a business perspective, with a particular emphasis on the San Diego region. Find out how business practices change based on which type of brewing enterprise, as well as how to operate and grow a successful company. Review and assess a wide range of representative business examples including microbreweries, brewpubs, medium-sized and large brewing businesses. Note: Enrollment is by application only. Please see extension.ucsd.edu/brewing for additional program information and the online application form. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Course No. BREW-40007 Credit: 1 unit in Brewing Fee: $195

The Origins and History of Beer

˜It has been argued that the discovery

of beer and bread are responsible for our ability to advance technology and develop civilization over the last eight thousand years. Explore the social and cultural dimensions of beer, as well as the scientific and technical breakthroughs which have led to the sophisticated 21st century brewery. Follow brewers from ancient Mesopotamia through the Industrial Revolution where brewing, as we knew it, changed from artisan-based endeavor to industrial manufacturing and back Note: You do not need to be accepted into the Brewing certificate program to register for this course. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Course No. BREW-40012 Credit: 2 units in Brewing Fee: $325

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Copyediting I

Turn your talents for recognizing and correcting grammatical errors into a full-time or freelance career as a copy editor. The first step is to learn light copyediting, which involves the correction of indisputable errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, and usage. In this online course you will explore the tools and techniques the professionals use. You will practice editing with standard editing marks and with Microsoft Word, and you will learn to communicate with authors and editors via queries and to record changes via style sheets. Note prerequisites for enrollment: Fluent in English and ability to write clear, logical, and grammatically correct sentences. This online course is not self-paced. Please see extension.ucsd. edu/online before enrolling and purchase textbooks before class begins. ONLINE Instructor: Paul Richmond, B.A. A Supplier Development Manager for Elsevier Inc. and a technical and developmental editor. Section: 099002-5003 Course No. WCWP-40236 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. ONLINE Instructor: Beth A. Burke, B.S., M.A. Experience in writing and editing in various industries including newspaper, environmental services, nuclear power, manufacturing, and advertising. Section: 099003-5003 Course No. WCWP-40236 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Lourdes Venard, M.A. A news editor at Newsday, overseeing a team that copy-edits the business pages and a Sunday news-feature section, and has worked at the Chicago Tribune. Section: 099004-5003 Course No. WCWP-40236 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

To thrive as a copy editor you must practice judicious and defensible editing. In this course you will be continually challenged to maintain the author’s voice and meaning while correcting subjective errors that result in convoluted writing. You will tear apart and rebuild sentences, build a case for why your revision is the best one, and practice communicating with the author and editor through sensitive and appropriate queries. You will get additional practice with style sheets and electronic editing, delve deeper into Chicago, and continue to explore varying editorial practices. Note prerequisites for enrollment: Successful completion of Grammar Lab (WCWP-40234) and Copyediting I (WCWP-40236) or Copyediting I for Technical Communicators (WCWP-40243). ONLINE Instructor: Jennifer Lawler Section: 099005-5003 Course No. WCWP-40237 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Christopher Stuart, B.A. A senior writer at UC San Diego’s Office of Contract and Grant Administration and has held editorial positions at UCSD’s School of Medicine. Section: 099006-5003 Course No. WCWP-40237 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Erin Brenner, M.A. An editor for almost 20 years and runs her own editing business, Right Touch Editing. Section: 099007-5003 Course No. WCWP-40237 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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Copyediting III

Are you ready for your first editing assignment? In this course, you will work on deadline to perform a heavy edit on all elements of a long manuscript. Examine complex problems in English usage, review topics introduced in earlier classes, and explore new topics. You will immediately use what you learn to complete the course project: an original manuscript that you can edit to perfection. Note prerequisites for enrollment: Successful completion of Copyediting II (WCWP-40237) and proficiency with electronic editing using MS Word. Allow yourself a minimum of 9 hours per week to work on assignments. ONLINE Instructor: Cheryl Della Pietra, B.A. A copy editor for more than 15 years and has worked as a freelancer for Us Weekly, Elle, and LIFE magazines. Section: 099008-5003 Course No. WCWP-40238 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Jill Coste, M.A. A freelance copyeditor for almost ten years Section: 099009-5003 Course No. WCWP-40238 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

Editing as a Business: How to Succeed on Your Own

What does it take to be a freelance editor? This course tells you how to start, run, and succeed in your own editing business. Topics include launching a business, keeping financial records, marketing your services, setting fees, writing contracts, dealing with clients, and more. We will have online discussions and live chats to share experiences, network, review assignments, and answer questions. Note prerequisite: Copyediting I (WCWP40236) or equivalent experience. Although the course does not offer credit, you are expected to complete a few assignments, contribute to discussions, and attend a small number of chat sessions. Specific dates and times of chat sessions are listed below. ONLINE Instructor: Staff Professionally writing and editing for 18 years, worked as a full-time freelancer since 2001, and instructed graduate students at Medill on editing. Section: 099642-5003 Course No. PROF-80008 Time/Date: TBD Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $195

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Social Media for Editors

Social media is great way to promote your editing business. Participating in online conversations about language can help readers see you as the professional you are. Learning strategies for using those conversations to build your reputation is vital to making social media marketing work. The key is to learn the basics of social media promotion specifically as an editor. Learn from the experts: marketing and editing professionals who’ve successfully used social media to create their brands. Discover the basic concepts of marketing, business writing, and social media marketing and how to apply it to your freelance business or job search. During this course, you will build a social media marketing plan that will guide your conversations from all over the web to your online marketing hub, where you can get clients interested in hiring you. ONLINE Instructor: Erin Brenner, M.A. An editor for almost 20 years and runs her own editing business, Right Touch Editing. Section: 099643-5003 Course No. WCWP-40304 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Feb. 23 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Writing Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

CORE WRITING SKILLS

Writing Program Information Session

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Write your way to a new career! This free, online information session is designed for those who are interested in learning more about our comprehensive online certificate programs in Copyediting and Technical Communication. Don’t wait another day to explore a new career! ONLINE Instructor: Teresa Poole, B.A. Program Representative at UC San Diego Extension Section: 098996-5003 Course No. INFO-70034 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: Not for credit Fee: $0 Pre-enrollment required.

Grammar Lab

In this course you will take a diagnostic test to determine basic strengths and weaknesses in your knowledge of grammar and usage. You will complete 10-20 exercises online each week which are electronically scored to give you immediate feedback. Also, you will complete several challenging assessments. Topics covered include parts of speech, clauses, phrases, verb tenses, punctuation, and mechanics. The instructor will provide structured lessons and feedback, but you will have the option to spend more time on 180 I extension.ucsd.edu

topics you need to review and less on those already mastered. Note: Required course for the Copyediting program. This course is asynchronous but not self-paced. Please see extension.ucsd.edu/online before enrolling. Prerequisite: Strong command of English. ONLINE Instructor: John A. Adams, A.B. (Classical Languages & Theology) Teacher-Consultant for the San Diego Area Writing Project and an Advanced Placement English and college preparatory instructor. Section: 098997-5003 Course No. WCWP-40234 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: John A. Adams, A.B. (Classical Languages & Theology) Teacher-Consultant for the San Diego Area Writing Project and an Advanced Placement English and college preparatory instructor. Section: 098998-5003 Course No. WCWP-40234 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Barbara A. Felix, M. A. For over 15 years has been teaching English and ESL at Grossmont College and San Diego Mesa College. Section: 098999-5003 Course No. WCWP-40234 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Barbara A. Felix, M. A. For over 15 years has been teaching English and ESL at Grossmont College and San Diego Mesa College. Section: 099000-5003 Course No. WCWP-40234 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised. ONLINE Instructor: Sim Barhoum, M.A. (SDSU) Worked as a writer, editor, and teacher and wrote for Surfer Magazine, and wrote and edited for Longboard Magazine. Section: 099001-5003 Course No. WCWP-40234 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $425 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required. Early enrollment advised.

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CREATIVE WRITING

Exploring Poetic Form

Explore the art of poetry and get a solid introduction to the tools that bring it alive: imagery, metaphor, sound, rhythm, rhyme, and, of course, form. Gain a clear understanding of the mechanics of forms such as Haiku and Tanka (Japanese), the Pantoum (French and Malayan), and the Ode (Ancient Greek and English). Discover and discuss the work of several of the great poets such as Pablo Neruda, Jane Hirshfield, Basho, Issa, Billy Collins, Robert Bly, John Ashberry, and John Keats. Last, but not least, you will compose, analyze and share your own poems in these forms while learning vital techniques that will enable you to capture and express inspiration in any written form, all within a friendly, encouraging atmosphere. IN-CLASS Instructor: Karen Kenyon, M.A. An author, journalist, poet, travel writer and college instructor whose books include Sunshower and The Bronte Family/Passionate Literary Geniuses. Section: 099648-5003 Course No. WCWP-80016 Time/Date: W. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan 8-29 (4 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 108, UCSD Extension Complex. Credit: Not for credit Fee: $95 No refunds after: Jan. 14 (da/tmp)

Creative Writing I

Creative writing begins when the spark of an idea ignites the fuel of language. The writer picks up pen and transforms the idea into a narrative. For those who wish to travel the road of creative writing, this class offers a map for the journey. The focus will be on the basic practices and attitudes that will help you become a writer who writes. This course will provide you with new tools and an open forum for your work. Through lively discussion, examples, exercises, and assignments, we will examine all facets of the writing life, including the elements of style, voice, and dramatic structure. Note: Designed for beginners but all levels are welcome. IN-CLASS Instructors: Donald Matson, Ph.D. Doctorate in Comparative Literature at UC San Diego and taught for 22 years for the Warren College Writing Program and 10 years at UC San Diego Extension. Nancy Kaye Matson Writing for over three decades with her stories, books and articles published internationally, and is the west coast editor of Integral Yoga Magazine. Section: 099649-5003 Course No. WCWP-40253 Time/Date: Tu. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar.4 (9mtgs.) Location: Rm. 108, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (da/tmp)

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Our memories are thick with the stuff that makes good stories, fictional or “true.” Whether you’re writing a memoir or a personal narrative essay, or just thinking of starting one, or if you just want to experience the sometimes surprising, occasionally painful, often joyful exploration of writing your memories, this class will lead you into your own rich storehouse of material. Fiction writers can use the memory excavations for transplanting into novels or short stories. In this class, we’ll write and read in the supportive atmosphere of like-minded explorers, find out what makes a good story, and learn elements of the craft along the way. IN-CLASS Instructor: Judy Reeves Section: 099860-5003 Course No. WCWP-80001 Time/Date: M. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 27-Mar. 3 (5 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 141, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: Not for credit Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 31 (da/tmp)

Science Writing I

This course offers an introduction to science journalism (print/broadcast/Web media) and other kinds of science writing (magazines, books, news releases, newsletters, museum exhibits), with a focus on writing techniques and strategies to help an audience of general readers understand scientific information. Also covered are opportunities for science writing, constraints that shape coverage, ethical issues that govern the reporting of scientific information, and the cultural place of science in society. Activities include broad reading and analysis of contemporary science writing together with in-class and outside writing assignments. Note: The course is about science journalism, not technical or scientific writing. IN-CLASS Instructor: Lynne T. Friedmann, B.A. (journalism/ biology) A Freelance journalist who has written on astrophysics to zoology for print and online media outlets. Section: 099651-5003 Course No. WCWP-40105 Time/Date: M. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 6-Mar. 17 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 108, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 10 (da/tmg)

Writing Women’s Fiction

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nates the bestseller lists and bookstore shelves. From romance to chick lit to stories that emphasize the challenges of women in their work and family lives, women’s fiction touches readers in a personal and relatable way. This course will examine the fundamentals of fiction writing and the specifics of writing the different subgenres of women’s

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fiction. We will discuss what makes an editor buy a manuscript and what makes readers connect with a book. Students will complete writing exercises and participate in group critiques as they build to writing chapters and completing a novel. Note: This course is designed for beginners but writers of all levels are welcome. Please read Lauren Fox’s Still Life With Husband and bring the book, along with your favorite women’s fiction novel, to class. IN-CLASS Instructor: Helenkay Dimon, J.D. A former trial attorney who now writes novels full time and has sold eighteen novels to numerous publishers, including Kensington, Harlequin and Berkley. Section: 099652-5003 Course No. WCWP-40288 Time/Date: Tu. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 7-Mar. 4 (9mtgs.) Location: Rm. 141, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (da/tmp)

Novel Writing I

The greatest challenge to writing a first novel may be deciding where to start. This course will help you write an engaging first paragraph and a draft of the first chapter. You will also work on an outline and learn how to use the elements of fiction--characterization, setting, dialogue, perspective, and plot--to set up your story. Beside lectures, there will be discussions, reading and writing assignments, and read-and-critique sessions. Other topics to be discussed include the joys and challenges of the writing life and the business side of publishing. Note: No prerequisite. Open to writers of all levels. IN-CLASS Instructor: Jincy Kornhauser, M.A. Wrote two novels and one collection of short stories, all published by St. Martin’s Press, and her fiction has appeared in McSweeney’s and The Yale Review. Section: 099653-5003 Course No. WCWP-40187 Time/Date: Th. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 9-Mar. 6 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 141, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (da/tmp)

IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 099647-5003 Course No. WCWP-40267 Time/Date: TBD Location: TBD Credit: 2 units in Writing Fee: $265 No refunds after: See website

LITERATURE

Guilty Pleasures: Cheap Literature and Pop Fiction

˜The word “literature” often conjures up

intimidating images of lengthy, incomprehensible tomes filled with abstract imagery and scholarly language, but there is distinct value in nearly everything we publish. The pulp fiction and popular prose we guiltily indulge in has fulfilled the literary needs of different social demographics for centuries, and is a vital component of our Western culture. Examine the history and function of cheap and pop fiction to discover how such texts—from penny dreadfuls and romance rags, to Oprah’s Book Club bestsellers and modern tales of zombies and vampires— came into existence, the substantial ways they’ve influenced our society, and why they are imperative to the survival of literature as a whole. IN-CLASS Instructor: Sarah Redden, M.A. Award winning scholar with a specialization in British Literature. Section: 099572-5003 Course No. LIT-40090 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-8:45 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 18 (10 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 109, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Literature Fee: $265 ($240 if enrolled by Dec. 9). No refunds after: Jan. 20 (da/ttl) No visitors permitted. Early enrollment advised.

Characterization in the Novel

Carson McCullers said, “I live with the people I create and it has made my essential loneliness less keen.” Many well-known authors have noted that each time they take on a new project, they must learn to live with the intimate details, personalities, and daily lives of their characters - whether they want to or not. Through understanding your characters’ desires, motivations, and frustrations, clearly predict and communicate their histories and futures to readers. Examine the motivations of your characters to assist in their authenticity. Learn to integrate the physical, sociological, and psychological into a cohesive and credible character-driven novel.

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TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION SEE ALSO

• Core Writing Skills—p. 180 • Professional Certificate in Technical Communication—p. 185

Basics of Technical Editing

Learn the tools and techniques of technical editing and practice marking indisputable errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, and usage in technical documentation. Edit technical writing using MS Word and Adobe Acrobat (Reader or Professional), learn to communicate with authors and editors, and practice writing queries and creating style sheets. Get a perspective on the field. Whether new or seasoned, students completing this course are equipped to use and implement technical editing skills and tools in a variety of work situations. Note: Required course for the certificate in Technical Communication. This online course is asynchronous but not self-paced. ONLINE Instructor: Linda L. Oestreich, B.A. A senior consultant with The Marlin Alliance, and has a lifetime teaching credential from the California Community College System. Section: 099010-5003 Course No. WCWP-40307 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 17 (da/tmp) Pre-enrollment required.

Project Management for Technical Communicators

How can you keep your technical communication project on track when the goal is always changing? Let an experienced project manager teach you how to tame your wild project. Learn to do document needs analysis, productivity metrics, project estimation (cost and timeline), and progress tracking and reporting. Get hands-on practice on a course project (a cost and timeline estimate) you will create from a set of starting requirements. For your convenience, homework assignments will build toward the course project, and you can do the coursework online at any time of day. Note: Elective for certificate in Technical Communication. This online course is for technical communication professionals who have been or will be assigned project management duties.

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ONLINE Instructor: Bonni Graham Gonzalez A technical documenter for over 18 years and Director of User Experience and Documentation Manager for Scantron Corporation. Section: 099012-5003 Course No. BUSA-40667 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Feb. 15 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2 units in Business Administration Fee: $295 No refunds after: Jan. 10 (da/tmp)

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Critical Thinking for Communicators

This course explores how decisions made before the writing process begins can have unexpected ramifications. Students will examine their thinking processe—how they use reason to solve problems, form opinions, and make decisions—in order to improve them. They will practice identifying key questions and assumptions, assessing interpretations and conclusions, and applying criteria and standards to analysis. The course will be taught through lectures, discussions, and technical writing exercises and projects. Note: Required course for the certificate in Technical Communication. This online course is asynchronous but not self-paced. ONLINE Instructor: Bonni Graham Gonzalez A technical documenter for over 18 years and Director of User Experience and Documentation Manager for Scantron Corporation. Section: 099011-5003 Course No. WCWP-40265 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 8 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Writing Fee: $395 No refunds after: Jan. 10 (da/tmp)

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Certificate Programs Humanities & Writing

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SPECIALIZED • Copyediting PROFESSIONAL • Brewing • Technical Communication

Copyediting

Copyediting especially technical and nonfiction editing is one of today’s most marketable skills for both full-time and freelance work. Copyeditors are the bridge between writers, publishers, and readers. They refine a variety of writing that will appear in print or on-screen, such as newsletters, manuals, reports, feature articles, catalogs, and books. Copyeditors who have a specialized background (science, technical, medical) or proficiency with digital media are particularly in demand. The program provides a solid grounding in the tools and techniques of copyediting. It will prepare you for an entry-level position and will introduce several advanced topics required for a successful career. Every lesson offers practical skills and information you can use immediately. For detailed information, please enroll in the Writing Program Online Information Session. The program can be completed online in 9-12 months. Tuition is $395 per course. The courses are asynchronous but not self-paced; you will be required to keep up with weekly assignments. The average student spends three hours online and six hours offline each week. Please preview our e-learning system at ucsdextension.blackboard.com

Conditions for Admission

You must have native-level fluency with English and must write clear, logical, and grammatically correct sentences. You will need a computer, a high-speed connection, MS Word 2007 or later, and proficiency with all of the above.

Certificate Guidelines

Copyediting I, II, and III must be taken in sequence, and Grammar Lab is a prerequisite for Copyediting II. You must earn a Pass (C-) or better grade in each course. Copyediting I for Technical Communicators (WCWP-40243) may be substituted for Copyediting I with department approval.

Information Session (Find out more about the program in a free, online information session.)

• Writing Program Information Session (INFO-80015) • Grammar Lab (WCWP-40234) • Copyediting I (WCWP-40236) • Copyediting II (WCWP-40237) • Copyediting III (WCWP-40238)

Recommended Courses (Please note: Does not apply to certificate.)

• Editing as a Business (PROF-80008) • Social Media for Editors (WCWP-40304) Cert. ID: 089167-5002 Application Fee: $60 Contact: Arts, Humanities & Languages, (858) 534-5760 Email: ahl@ucsd.edu

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Brewing From just eight craft breweries in the U.S. in 1980 to over 1,900 nationwide today, craft and micro brewing has developed into a multibillion dollar industry. San Diego is contributing to the growth of the brewing trade with more than sixty local breweries in operation and many more in the planning stages. The key to having a career in this thriving business is to gain the essential training and knowledge necessary to excel in this specialized field. Brewers bring expertise from a diverse array of fields including engineering, chemistry, microbiology, physics and business, and must be able to apply that knowledge on a daily basis. The UC San Diego Extension Brewing program curriculum provides students with the technical skill and knowledge to select raw materials, operate the brewhouse for wort production, manage yeast and fermentation processes, and finish and package the product, all to the highest industry standards. The business curriculum provides graduates with the skills and knowledge necessary to administer all financial and other operations of a brewery. Taught by leading professional brewers and other industry experts, the UC San Diego Extension Brewing program is unique because it’s a part-time, evening/weekend program that offers an authentic career path for entry-level brewing professionals at a reasonable cost and rate of completion. For detailed information, please enroll in the Brewing Program Information Session. The program can be completed online in 18-24 months, depending on the number of courses a student chooses to take each quarter.

Program Benefits • Gain hands-on experience in the classroom and beyond. • Flexibility to take courses at your pace.

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• Courses offered during the evenings and weekends. • Career-oriented practical course content designed to provide fundamental industry skills. • Prepares hands-on skill set and practical know-how for an entry-level position in a craft brewery

Conditions for Admission All students must be 21 years of age or older. Official transcripts are required to verify program prerequisites once the application form and $25 program application fee have been submitted.

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Certificate Guidelines The Professional Certificate in Brewing is issued upon completion of the total number of required credit units (31 quarter units). The approximate cost of the program is $4,900 (includes course fees, application fee, and certificate enrollment fee) and is paid incrementally as students enroll in courses rather than up front. Cost does not include textbooks, materials and parking. Course fees and schedules are subject to change.

Advisors Justinian Caire Brewery Trainer Stone Brewing

Rick Chapman

President Coronado Brewing

Yuseff Cherney

Co-Founder/Head Brewer Ballast Point Brewing

Allen Craven

Brewer La Jolla Brew House

Betsy Komives, PhD

Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry UC San Diego

Stephen Lawler

General Manager Porter’s Pub, UC San Diego

Alex McKean

President McKean Financial Consulting

Marty Mendiola

Brewmaster Rock Bottom La Jolla

Chris White, PhD President White Labs

To Register in the Certificate Program Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 238-255.

Jim Crute, PhD

Certificate Fee: $60 Contact: Arts, Humanities & Languages, (858) 534-5760 E-mail: brewing@ucsd.edu

Mike Hess

To Enroll in Courses

Matt Johnson

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262. To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

Founder Lightning Brewery Founder Hess Brewing Head Brewer Karl Strauss Brewing

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Technical Communication

UC San Diego Extension’s Professional Certificate in Technical Communication will prepare you for an entry-level position by providing you with the most up-to-date knowledge. The program is designed and taught by technical communication professionals working in the field and can be completed entirely online. For detailed information, please enroll in the Writing Program Online Information Session. The program can be completed online in 18-24 months. Tuition is $295-$595 per course. The courses are asynchronous but not self-paced; you will be required to keep up with weekly assignments. The average student spends three hours online and six hours offline each week. Please preview our e-learning system at http:// ucsdextension.blackboard.com.

Guidelines The program consists of 24 quarter units in Writing and other disciplines related to technical communications. It can be completed in eight academic quarters. You must earn a Pass (C-) or better grade in each course. Extension courses in science, computing, and engineering may be applied toward electives with department approval.

Conditions for Admission You must have native-level fluency with English and must write clear, logical, and grammatically correct sentences. You will need a computer, a high-speed connection, MS Word, PowerPoint, and proficiency with all of the above.

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Associate Director of Writing Sixth College, UCSD

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Lynne Friedmann, APR

Consultant Friedmann Communications

Certificate registration is required to complete the program. Candidates are encouraged to enroll in the certificate program as early as possible to take advantage of program benefits. See pages 248-255.

Bonni Graham

Cert. ID: 99743-5003

Suzanne Hosie

Application Fee: $60 Contact: Arts, Humanities & Languages, (858) 534-5760 E-mail: ahl@ucsd.edu

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To Enroll in Courses

Barbara Newton-Holmes

For details on enrolling in individual courses, consult the general information section, pages 256-262 To enroll by mail, you may use the enrollment form on the inside back cover or call the Registration Office at (858) 534-3400.

President/CEO Manual Labour Documentation Services President/CEO Write on the Edge Technical Communications Owner Margolin Communications President Adept Writing Services

Al Rubottom

Technical Publications Manager Tyco Video Systems Division

David Sumner-Smith Technical Writer Gen-Probe

Michelle Wier

Director of Operations Technical Standards, Inc

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Technical communication is an excellent career for good writers who love to help others understand complex information. They draw on their skills in writing and information design to translate complex scientific or technical information into content that a specific audience will easily understand. Technical communicators work in every field, from accounting to pharmaceuticals to telecommunications and create a wide variety of documents and scripts, including environmental impact statements, financial reports, training materials, user guides and more. Demand is greatest for communicators who have degrees in science or engineering, but there are opportunities for those with a background in communications, journalism, English, visual media, and other fields.

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Information Technology

Stay current to keep your career on track and support the technological and economic advancement of your organization. Extension’s IT & software engineering programs gives you expert instruction with hands-on experience to master new programming languages, systems administration, database design, data management, web technologies, and software project management.

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Develop Your Web Technologies Skills There are a large variety of web-based technologies available. What are they? How are they used? Which ones are the most popular? From the basics of web publishing to the more specific courses like Visual Studio and HTML5/CSS, there are courses to fit all levels and interests. See page 198 for a variety of web technologies courses. Discover the power of SAS The versatility and power of SAS is excellent for meeting the increasing needs of data scientist. From clinical trials to big data, today you will find this statistical package in almost every industry. Learning SAS is a huge asset. See page 224 for details.

Make Your Mobile App Idea a Reality Mobile devices are an essential tool in industries from healthcare to entertainment, and are being used for everything from marketing to teaching. This Mobile Device Programming certificate will help you develop the skills needed to program applications that run natively on the iOS or Android mobile devices. See certificate information on page 202 or visit extension.ucsd.edu/mobile.

Contact Us Information Technology & Software Engineering Phone: (858) 534-9352 or (858) 534-9358 Email: infotech@ucsd.edu

Enhance your Business Intelligence knowledge Develop the skills that will help you gather, store and analyze data to help your business improve processes and make better decisions. Choose from a wide variety of courses and program that align with your business needs. See page 190 for details. FREE Climate Change Course Extension is offering its first massive online open course (MOOC). Taught by four, world renowned earth scientists, this free online course will review climate change from a variety of perspectives at the intersection of the natural sciences, technology, social sciences, and humanities. See page 227 or visit ocw.ucsd.edu.

Director: Hugo Villar Phone: (858) 534-9354 Learn more > extension.ucsd.edu/IT

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Your Head Should Be in the Cloud

• C# Programming • C/C++ Programming • Data Mining • Database Administration using Oracle

Information && Software Engineering InformationTechnology Technology Software Engineering

Certificate Programs

• Healthcare Information Technology • Information Systems Management • Java Programming

• Mobile Device Programming • Software Engineering Management • Terrestrial Carbon Accounting • UNIX System Administration

Cloud computing changes the role of IT dramatically and forces it to move closer to many areas of the business function. It is essential to understand the impact of the cloud on business and stay abreast of the latest in emerging, revolutionary and paradigm changing technologies.

• Web Publishing

Explore these courses: • Security and Compliance in the Cloud • Virtualization and Migration Into the Cloud • Cloud Development with the Windows Azure Platform For more information (858) 534-9356 | hmontgomery@ucsd.edu extension.ucsd.edu/IT

Customized Corporate Training

Did you know you can bring UC San Diego courses to your workplace? Choose any courses or design a custom program with the help of our instructional designers and expert faculty. Not sure what your company needs? Schedule a brown bag info session so you and your employees can learn more.

Center for Life/Work Strategies Get a career boost with resources and workshops to complement your certificate courses. See page 17 or extension.ucsd.edu/careers

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contents TABLE OF CONTENTS Business of IT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188 Business Productivity using Microsoft Excel. . . . . . . 188 SharePoint I: The Essentials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188

Cloud Computing and Networking . . . 189 Security and Compliance in the Cloud. . . . . . . . . . . 189 Virtualization and Migration to the Cloud. . . . . . . . 189 Cloud Development with the Windows Azure Platform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 CISSP Security Exam Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189

Data Analysis and Reporting . . . . . . . . 189 Data Mining for Scientific Applications . . . . . . . . . . 189 Data Mining I: Basic Methods and Techniques. . . . . 189 Data Preparation for Data Mining. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Data Mining III. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Business Intelligence: Microsoft Reporting Services SSRS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Business Intelligence: OLAP Cubes using Microsoft Analysis Services SSAS. . . . . . 190 Introduction to R Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190

courses Introduction to Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 C/C++ Programming I : Fundamental Programming Concepts. . . . . . . 195 C/C++ Programming II : Dynamic Memory and File I/O Concepts . . . . . 195 C/C++ Programming III : Intermediate Programming with Objects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 C/C++ Programming IV: Advanced Programming with Objects. . . . . . . 196 Java Programming I: Introduction to Java Programming. . . . . . . . . . 196 Java Programming II: Core Java Programming. . . . . 196 Java Programming III : Intermediate Java Programming. . . . . . . . . . . 196 Java Programming IV : Advanced Java Programming Structures . . . . . 196

Software Engineering Tools & Processes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Successful Software Requirement Analysis and Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Design Patterns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196

Data Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190

Statistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197

Data Modeling and Relational Database Design . . . 190 Introduction to Oracle SQL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Oracle Database Administration Workshop II. . . . . . 191 Oracle Database Advanced PL/SQL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191

Introduction to Statistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197

Healthcare IT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 Basic Concepts in Networking and Security. . . . . . . 191 Concepts in Healthcare IT II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191

Mobile Devices and Programming. . . . 191 Android Programming I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 Android Programming II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Mobile Device Programming Concepts. . . . . . . . . . . 192 Programming for Windows Phone 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Introduction to Objective-C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 iOS Programming I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 iOS Programming II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192

Programming and Scripting Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 HTML5 & CSS3 for Developers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 JavaScript I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 JavaScript II: Intermediate JavaScript and Ajax. . . . . 193 Media Computation using Python. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 PHP Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Introduction to SQL Programming Concepts . . . . . . 193 Intermediate SQL Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 C# Programming for Beginners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Fundamentals of the .NET Framework. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 C# Programming I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 C# Programming II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 ASP.NET Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 ASP.NET MVC Fundamentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Programming Windows Communication Foundation(WCF). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 Programming Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195

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System Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 UNIX Operating Systems - Introduction. . . . . . . . . . 197 UNIX System Administration I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 UNIX Shell Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 UNIX Systems Security Fundamentals . . . . . . . . . . . 197

Web Technologies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Web Publishing I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Web Publishing II: HTML & CSS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Web Publishing III: Site Design & Usability. . . . . . . . 198 Web Analytics: Techniques, Tools, and Tricks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Marketing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 jQuery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198

Specialized Certificates. . . . . . . . . . . . . 199 Biostatistcs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199 C# Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199 C/C++ Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Data Mining. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Database Administration using Oracle. . . . . . . . . . . 200 Geographical Information Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Healthcare Information Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Information Systems Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Java Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Mobile Device Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Software Engineering Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Terrestrial Carbon Accounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 UNIX System Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Web Media. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Web Publishing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204

Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Life Sciences Information Technology. . . . . . . . . . . . 205

BUSINESS OF IT SEE ALSO

• Specialized Certificate in Information Systems Management—p. 201 LAB CLASS

Business Productivity using Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a powerful spreadsheet application that can enable computations, graphical representation, and data analysis. This course is solution-based, dealing with real-life business situations and problems users come across frequently in their jobs. Learn to design your spreadsheet to take advantage of Excel’s dynamic features. You will learn to utilize the basic features, such as the new quick formats, and advanced tools, such as subtotals, goal seek, solver, macros, and pivot tables. When you can generate faster and more accurate reports, it means your company can respond faster to the dynamic business environment, leading to generating higher sales and profits for the business as well as improving work productivity and efficiency. IN-CLASS Instructor: Elaine S. Gonzalez Experienced Software Consultant Section: 099252-5003 Course No. CSE-41101 Time/Date: Sa 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Jan. 11-Feb. 8; no mtg. Jan. 18 (4 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 2.5 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 11 (hov/hmm) LAB CLASS

SharePoint I: The Essentials

Managers, developers, administrators, and everyday knowledge workers will find this class both challenging and rewarding. We’ll start at the beginning and teach you SharePoint basics, then progress to advanced knowledge worker concepts such as custom lists, managing content types, and constructing taxonomy libraries. We’ll move on to fundamentals of farm administration and the pieces involved. From there, students will learn real world practices on how to brand and customize SharePoint, and how to use SharePoint Designer 2010, Web Parts, and Workflows. Students will learn how to integrate Microsoft Office into their SharePoint environments, utilize features, and understand SharePoint Permissions management. Note: Item required for course: USB External Hard Drive (40GB of free space or more) formatted with NTSF (can be done in class).

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Security and Compliance in the Cloud

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services for enterprise IT workloads, knowing the implications related to security, privacy, and compliance is critical. This course will provide a detailed review of key standards and regulations including HIPAA-HITECH, ISO 27001, PCI-DSS, SSAE SOC 1 and 2, as well as privacy requirements. It will provide an overview of cloud computing architectures and service models, and then cover specific security and compliance considerations that organizations should address that span these regulations and standards. Students from both business and technical backgrounds will find this class very beneficial. IN-CLASS Instructor: Matthew Stamper, MPIA, M.S. VP of Managed and Professional Services, redIT. Section: 099278-5003 Course No. CSE-41181 Time/Date: W 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 22-Mar. 12 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 28 (hov/hmm) LAB CLASS

Virtualization and Migration to the Cloud

˜Virtualization and Cloud Computing

epitomizes a new paradigm in the finances, expansion, and services deployed by IT. It can reduce costs, streamline operations,and increase revenue and profitability. Applications can be implemented faster and scaled to accommodate user needs. This trend has already made an impact, and can only be expected to grow in the future. This course provides a comprehensive understanding of Cloud Computing technologies. Topics include: Cloud Computing concepts, architecture, standards, deployment and migration strategies, SaaS, Paas, Iaas, and real-world case studies and best practices. Students will also be exposed to various cloud frameworks and libraries (e.g. Mahout, Pig, and Hive). Note prerequisite: General computing knowledge and basic concepts of networks, or “Basic Concepts in Networking and Security” Winter 2014 I

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Cloud Development with the Windows Azure Platform

All companies are in the hosting business today. They must either provide the infrastructure for global reach or rent it to reduce upfront capital costs, IT management overhead, and the ability to scale on demand. The Windows Azure Platform is Microsoft’s cloud computing solution. This course will give you a top-to-bottom view of the platform. We’ll explore Windows Azure, Storage, AppFabric features, and SQL Azure. You’ll learn how to build and deploy applications and services to the cloud with familiar development tools, about storage options offered and how those compare to SQL Azure, and about features of AppFabric including: Service Bus, Caching and Access Control. This class will give you a jump on Windows Azure with practical guidance and tips for each feature, and it will get you up to speed with the platform.

ONLINE Instructor: Gene Anderson, CISSP, M.S., Infragard. Experienced programmer and IT operator. Section: 099427-5003 Course No. CSE-40956 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 21 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 4 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $920 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/stc)

DATA ANALYSIS AND REPORTING

Data Mining for Scientific Applications

A large volume of scientific data has been stored and is continually collected daily. This class is a shorter, less in-depth version of the Data Mining I class custom-made for the world of science. Get an overview of the basic methods, techniques and the process of data mining, with an emphasis on the scientific applications. Explore a variety of scientific case studies and successful applications of the data mining techniques in mining various scientific data. Learn how data mining could be applied to successfully mine and make meaningful conclusions, predictions and classification of your data. Hands-on exercises included. Note: “Biostatistics” or equivalent knowledge is required. This course is application-focused and does not require prior programming experience.

IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 099280-5003 Course No. CSE-41150 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (hov/hmm)

ONLINE Instructor: Natasha Balac, Ph.D. Director, Predictive Analytics Center of Excellence, San Diego Supercomputer Center. Section: 099315-5003 Course No. CSE-40770 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 27 (hov/cah)

CISSP Security Exam Preparation

Data Mining I: Basic Methods and Techniques

This is a prep course for CISSP certification. It covers the 10 required domains in accordance with (ISC)2. It will assess the suite of books and internet resources available to assist candidates in their self study. The course is perfect for professionals who want to see a full background before focusing on final preparations. Topics include: access control systems, disaster recovery planning, cryptography, investigation methods and ethics, security architecture and models, network security, and physical security. Example test questions, answers, and instructor recommendations will assist students in passing the exam. The course will be taught by a CISSP certified instructor with 20+ years of industry experience. This course does not include the exam by (ISC)2. Note: CISSP test requires 5 years experience working as a security professional.

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Eric D. Williamson, B.A., MCP Programer Analyst, UC San Diego Section: 099253-5003 Course No. CSE-40997 Time/Date: Th 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 30-Mar. 20 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $625 No refunds after: Feb. 5 (hov/hmm)

Large databases of information create great opportunities for the application of data mining methods. This course provides students with a foundation in basic data mining, data analysis, and pattern recognition concepts and algorithms. It will begin with an overview of the data mining process and approaches. Practical exercises include various data analysis and machine learning techniques for model and knowledge creation through a process of inference, model fitting, or learning from examples. Note: ‘Introduction to Statistics’ or equivalent knowledge is required. A foundation in a programming language and advanced mathematics such as linear algebra is recommended. ONLINE Instructor: Natasha Balac, Ph.D. Director, Predictive Analytics Center of Excellence, San Diego Supercomputer Center. Section: 099309-5003 Course No. CSE-40768 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 10 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2.5 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (hov/cah)

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Data Preparation for Data Mining

An essential, yet often under-emphasized step in the data mining process is data preparation. Habitually, people are more inclined to focus on knowledge discovery, but without sufficient preparation of your data, return on efforts is certain to be limited. This class offers in-depth coverage of data preparation techniques and a step-by-step approach through a variety of tools while providing practical illustrations using real data sets. Your projects are sure to demonstrate improved evaluation and performance and more beneficial results. Note: Data Mining I or equivalent knowledge required. ONLINE Instructor: Tamara Sipes, Ph.D. Data Mining Specialist. Section: 099311-5003 Course No. CSE-40969 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Mar. 10 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (hov/cah)

Data Mining III

Data Mining III combines and builds upon Data Mining I, Data Prep for Data Mining, and Data Mining II. This class is designed to give students in-depth knowledge of practical data mining and predictive modeling, provided they have acquired the necessary theoretical knowledge of data mining and machine learning techniques, as well as data preparation techniques. Students will go through several data mining projects, planning and executing the data preparation steps of analysis, learning and modeling, and identifying the predictive/descriptive model that produces the best evaluation scores at the end. This challenging class will ensure preparedness for complex real-life data mining tasks. Note: “Data Mining II” or equivalent knowledge required. ONLINE Instructor: Tamara Sipes, Ph.D. Data Mining Specialist. Section: 099313-5003 Course No. CSE-40977 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 27 (hov/cah)

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LAB CLASS

Business Intelligence: Microsoft Reporting Services SSRS

The key to any successful organization is ensuring data delivery in a format that optimizes their ability to make critical decisions. Reports are a key tool because they deliver data in a relevant, easy to use, and intuitive format. This course will give you the knowledge to utilize SQL Reporting Services (SSRS) to build those reports. This class will teach how to build reports using SQL Server 2008 and how to integrate those reports in your environment. We will be developing reports against both transactional and OLAP data sources along with exploring features such as Charts, Graphs, Interactive Reports, and Gauges. Note: This course only requires that you have Basic T-SQL knowledge. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 099301-5003 Course No. CSE-41072 Time/Date: M 6:00-9:30 p.m., Jan. 13-Mar. 17; no mtg. Jan. 20, Feb. 17 (8 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (hov/hmm) LAB CLASS

Business Intelligence: OLAP Cubes using Microsoft Analysis Services SSAS

Learn how to use Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services or SSAS to design and implement OnLine Analytical Processing (OLAP) cubes and data mining models to support Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. This course includes concepts, procedures and practices based on real-world experience giving both the novice and experienced SQL Server 2008 developer the tools to build data warehousing and decision support system solutions. Implementing SSAS solutions have shown to boost data retrieval and report generation from SQL Server by up to 100%. IN-CLASS Instructor: Staff Section: 099304-5003 Course No. CSE-41071 Time/Date: Tu 6:30-9:30 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 132, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 18 (hov/hmm)

Introduction to R Programming

Statistical computing is employed within a diverse range of industries. In recent years, an open source project, R, has emerged as the preeminent statistical computing platform. With its unsurpassed library of freely available packages, R is capable of addressing almost every statistical inference problem. In

this course, you will learn to create R programs that access data from multiple sources, including flat files, spreadsheets, and relational databases. Also covered is the complete foundational skill set for R programming, including matrix operations, conditional and repetitive execution, functions, and graphical output. Lastly, a sampling of statistical problems and their implementations in R will be introduced. Note: Knowledge of basic programming is recommended. ONLINE Instructor: Arthur Li, M.S. Biostatistician, City of Hope; Instructor, Department of Preventative Medicine, USC. Section: 099308-5003 Course No. CSE-41097 Time/Date: Jan. 20-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 27 (hov/cah)

DATA MANAGEMENT SEE ALSO

• Specialized Certificate in Database Administration using Oracle—p. 200

Data Modeling and Relational Database Design

Discover the theoretical foundation in data modeling and design of relational databases. Part one of this course explores the use of Entity Relationships (ER) Modeling in detail through many real life examples and practical business problems and solutions. After several iterations, the ER model captures the data requirements and business rules, and forms a sound basis for the initial design of a relational database. Part two of the course is about the design process and presents the considerations for creating a normalized, stable, maintainable and well-defined relational database. Note: Knowledge of MS Access or other databases required. IN-CLASS Instructor: Stephen Bratman, M.S. Vice President, Walden and Bratman Advisors, Inc. Section: 099312-5003 Course No. CSE-40693 Time/Date: Tu 5:30-10:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Feb. 11 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $650 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (hov/hmm) LAB CLASS

Introduction to Oracle SQL

Gain an extensive introduction to data server technology. Learn the concepts of relational and object relational databases; SQL programming language; creation and maintenance of database objects; storing; manipulation and retrieval of data by using advanced techniques such as ROLLUP, CUBE, set operators, and hierarchical retrieval; how to

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IN-CLASS Instructor: Scott A. Rappoport, M.S., OCP, CQE Independent Oracle Consultant. Section: 099314-5003 Course No. CSE-40694 Time/Date: Tu 5:30-10:00 p.m., Jan. 7-Feb. 11 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $1045 No refunds after: Jan. 13 (hov/hmm) LAB CLASS

Oracle Database Administration Workshop II

Learn how to configure an Oracle database for multilingual applications. You will practice various methods of recovering the database using RMAN, SQL, and Flashback technology. You will also discover tools to monitor database performance and learn the steps to take to improve database performance. You will explore various database technologies, such as Resource Manager, the Scheduler, and Automatic Storage Management (ASM). The lesson topics are reinforced with structured hands-on practices and a workshop. This course is designed to prepare you for the corresponding Oracle Certified Professional exam. Note prerequisite: “Oracle Database Administration Workshop I” or equivalent knowledge required. The course fee includes a non-refundable $250 materials fee. Early enrollment advised to ensure timely delivery of course materials. IN-CLASS Instructor: Rommel Grepo, B.S. Oracle DBA, Takeda San Diego, Inc. Section: 099320-5003 Course No. CSE-41092 Time/Date: Th 5:30-10:00 p.m., Jan. 9-Feb. 27 (8 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 132, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 4 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $1145 No refunds after: Jan. 15 (hov/hmm) LAB CLASS

Oracle Database Advanced PL/SQL

This course is a follow-up to “Program with Oracle PL/SQL.” You will discover how to use the advanced features of PL/SQL in order to design and tune PL/SQL to interface with the database and other applications in the most efficient manner. Using advanced features of program design, packages, cursors, extended interface methods,

large objects, and collections, you will learn to write powerful PL/SQL programs. You will also explore programming efficiency, use of external C and Java routines, fine-grained access and safeguarding codes against SQL Injection attacks. Additionally, you will find out how to profile and analyze codes, and be introduced to new packages and 11g parameters for tuning and performance. Note prerequisite: “Program with Oracle PL/SQL”, proven PL/SQL experience, or permission of instructor. IN-CLASS Instructor: Scott A. Rappoport, M.S., OCP, CQE Independent Oracle Consultant. Section: 099328-5003 Course No. CSE-41107 Time/Date: W 5:30-10:00 p.m., Feb. 5-Mar. 12 (6 mtgs.) Location: UCSD Extension University City Ctr., 6256 Greenwich Dr., San Diego Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $1045 No refunds after: Feb. 11 (hov/hmm)

HEALTHCARE IT SEE ALSO

• Specialized Certificate in Healthcare Information Technology—p. 201

Basic Concepts in Networking and Security

This course is designed to provide a basic overview of IT from computer hardware to networking and security. Such knowledge is indispensable for project managers and others in implementing projects in Healthcare IT. The course starts by describing the basic elements of a computer at an introductory level and quickly builds up to explain essential concepts in computer networks including data loss, data integrity, and risk management in securing these networks. The course will provide the elements needed by non IT professionals to be able to contribute to the deployment of Healthcare IT initiatives. ONLINE Instructor: Andres Burgos, M.A. Programmer Analyst, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UCSD. Section: 099323-5003 Course No. CSE-41127 Time/Date: Jan. 6-Feb. 17 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 1 unit in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $195 No refunds after: Jan. 10 (hov/cah)

in detail: The electronic medical record, personal health records and clinical decision support systems; the use and integration of commercial solutions; meaningful use of these systems; and the assessment and acquisition of technology. Upon completion of the two courses, the students will be familiar with the technical and other aspects that take part in the successful IT implementation in a healthcare setting. ONLINE Instructor: Noam Arzt, Ph.D. President, HLN Consulting, LLC. Section: 099324-5003 Course No. CSE-41130 Time/Date: Feb. 3-Mar. 22 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 2.5 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $925 No refunds after: Feb. 10 (hov/cah)

MOBILE DEVICES AND PROGRAMMING

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write SQL and SQL, Plus script files using the iSQL, Plus tool to generate report-like output. This course is designed as a preparation for the corresponding Oracle Certified Associate exam. Note: “Data Modeling and Relational Database Design” or equivalent knowledge is required. The course fee includes a non-refundable $250 materials fee. Early enrollment is advised to ensure timely delivery of course materials.

SEE ALSO

• Specialized Certificate in Mobile Device Programming—p. 202

Android Programming I

This hands-on course is for software developers who have little or no experience using the Android SDK but have some experience with Java. We’ll begin by introducing the Android software development tools, including the Java SDK, the Android SDK, Eclipse, and the Eclipse Plugins for Android. You’ll learn the key features of both Android commandline tools and the Android Eclipse-based tools. You’ll discover the essential steps of writing an Android app, including coverage of the app life-cycle, the Java source files, the resource files and the Android Manifest file. At the end of the course, you will have the skills to create basic Android applications. Note prerequisite: “Introduction to Programming” or similar experience. ONLINE Instructor: Norman C. McEntire, M.S., MCSE Founder, Servin Corporation. Section: 099420-5003 Course No. CSE-41145 Time/Date: Jan. 14-Mar. 11 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $675 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/stc)

Concepts in Healthcare IT II

The purpose of this course is to prepare healthcare, IT or project management professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to manage information flow and information systems technology in a healthcare setting. Building on the concepts learned in the previous course, this course will discuss

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Android Programming II

Building on the foundation of Android Programming I, this class will give you the tools to make the most out of one of the most talked about mobile operating systems in the world. You’ll go more in depth on topics covered in the first Android class, including UI development, Android services and the application lifecycle. You’ll also cover use of the AIDL, data manipulation (storage, retrieval, updating and sharing) and peer to peer communication. The class is capped off with a project where you’ll bring all of your new-found knowledge and skills to bear on a real-world problem. Note prerequisite: “Android Programming I” or similar experience. IN-CLASS Instructor: Godfrey Duke, M.S. Software Engineer, Raytheon. Section: 099390-5003 Course No. CSE-41146 Time/Date: Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., Jan. 14-Mar. 11 (9 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 110, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $675 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/stc)

Mobile Device Programming Concepts

Mobile devices are rapidly becoming an essential tool in most industries from healthcare to entertainment, and are being used for everything from marketing to teaching. The number of applications that run on these devices is growing rapidly and are becoming increasingly complex. In this course we cover some fundamental concepts to develop good programming practices. We examine in detail the development process for mobile applications, technical aspects to be considered that are platform independent, and the keys to good user interface design. The course will illustrate those concepts with numerous practical applications. ONLINE Instructor: Chris Griffith Staff Engineer, Qualcomm; Adobe Community Professional. Section: 099423-5003 Course No. CSE-41149 Time/Date: Jan. 13-Mar. 14 Location: ucsdextension.blackboard.com Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $675 No refunds after: Jan. 21 (hov/stc)

Programming for Windows Phone 8

Windows Phone 8 is a remarkable mobile operating system given its innovative functionality and intuitive user interface, along with a powerful platform upon which enables quick and easy development of games and applications. This hands-on course will give you a jump start in developing applications

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or games for the new Windows Phone 8 platform. In this course, developers will learn how to leverage the Windows Phone platform including Silverlight, XNA, the native phones controls, Launchers and choosers, camera, Location services, Bing maps, multitasking, push notifications, and the phone sensors. IN-CLASS Instructor: Pierre Huguet, M.S. CTO, XPDreamTeam, LLC Section: 099414-5003 Course No. CSE-41169 Time/Date: M 5:30-10:00 p.m., Feb. 3-Mar. 17; no mtg. Feb. 17 (6 mtgs.) Location: Rm. 131, UCSD Extension Complex Credit: 3 units in Computer Science & Engineering Fee: $675 No refunds after: Feb. 8 (hov/stc)

Introduction to Objective-C

Fully updated for iOS 7, this hands-on course is aimed at experience software developers who want to learn how to program using Objective-C, the programming language used in the follow-on iOS Programming courses. Using Xcode and the iPhone simulator, all features of the Objective-C language are covered in detail, including all objectoriented features of the language. In addition, the Foundation framework, a key part of the Objective-C runtime environment. is covered in detail, including how to handle Strings, Dates, Data, Files, Networking, and more. At the end of the course, you will have the skills required to take iOS Programming I. Note prerequisite: Introduction to Programming or similar experience. Students must bring