Class Schedule Search Results for Fall 2021

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ACCT - Accounting

ACCT 110 - Introduction to Accounting (4 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H and proficiency in MATH 004 or MATH 041.
Basic theory of accounts. Principles of sole proprietorship, including concepts of how to keep manual or computerized financial records for small businesses.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30240 4.0 Lec M W 08:15am - 10:20am BC 302 20 16 0 0 Robert Smagula 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 36750 4.0 Lec M W 10:40am - 12:40pm BC 302 23 20 5 0 Benjamin Reyes 08/23-12/11 16

ACCT 120 - Accounting for Nonprofit Organizations (2 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Practical information to accountants and non-accountants alike. Focuses on fundamental nonprofit accounting principles with step-by-step introduction to keeping accounting (manual and Quickbooks) records. Covers more advanced topics including budgets, internal controls, fund accounting, functional accounting, direct and indirect cost allocations, generating financial statements, basic overview of auditing preparation and tax filing requirements.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 41361 2.0 Lec 1.6 hours/week ONLINE 20 10 0 0 Colby Sellman 08/23-12/11 16
Lec M 05:30pm - 07:50pm BC 302 08/30-08/30
Lec M 05:30pm - 07:50pm BC 302 09/27-09/27
Lec M 05:30pm - 07:50pm BC 302 10/25-10/25
Lec M 05:30pm - 07:50pm BC 302 11/29-11/29

ACCT 150 - Introduction To Accounting Software And Systems (4 Units)

Prerequisites: ACCT 110 or ACCT 230.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Review of computer application software programs used in financial and managerial accounting. Topics include implementing and using computerized accounting programs, spreadsheet software, and managerial systems relating to corporate culture and business ethics.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 33093 4.0 Lec R 05:15pm - 09:05pm BC 302 0 22 0 0 Laura Woyach 08/23-12/11 16

ACCT 160 - Accounting With Quickbooks (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ACCT 110 or ACCT 230 or ACTV NC101 and ACTV NC102.
Review and application of accounting principles using QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online software. Topics include setting up business books and working with inventory, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, financial statements and reports.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 39490 3.0 Lec W 05:30pm - 09:00pm BC 314 20 18 0 0 Carolyn Terry 09/07-12/11 14

ACCT 215 - Fundamentals Of Income Tax (4 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H and proficiency in MATH 004 or MATH 041.
Study and application of federal income tax law as it relates to individuals and small businesses (proprietorships). Partnerships, corporation and fiduciary tax principles. Differences between federal and state laws noted.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 39480 4.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 10:05am BC 314 20 4 0 0 Barbara Aue 08/23-12/11 16

ACCT 230 - Financial Accounting (5 Units)

Course Advisories: ACCT 110.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H and proficiency in MATH 004 or MATH 041.
Application of financial accounting principles and procedures for corporations. Preparation, use and analysis of financial statements. Includes internal controls of an accounting system, accounting for cash, receivables, inventories, property and equipment, intangibles, investments, current and long-term liabilities, contributed capital and retained earnings.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ACCT 110.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 30244 5.0 Lec M W 10:35am - 12:55pm BC 230 23 19 0 0 Laura Woyach 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 33095 5.0 Lec M W 05:15pm - 07:35pm BC 230 23 14 0 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 08/23-12/11 16

ACCT 240 - Managerial Accounting (4 Units)

Prerequisites: ACCT 230.
Course Advisories: ACCT 110.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H and proficiency in MATH 004 or MATH 041.
Study and application of managerial accounting concepts and procedures. Includes various costing systems, cost behavior analysis, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, variance analysis, relevant costs, capital budgeting decisions.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ACCT 120.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 39471 4.0 Lec M W 03:00pm - 05:00pm BC 302 23 12 0 0 Laura Woyach 08/23-12/11 16

AJ - Justice Studies

AJ 101 - Introduction To The Administration Of Justice (3 Units)

Course Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Comprehensive introduction to the history, functions, structures, processes and interactions of the basic components of the criminal justice system. Required course for majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 110.), CSUGE Area D0, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30027 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 306 26 28 1 0 David Saunders 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 30028 3.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 09:05pm WCC 306 26 23 5 0 Erin Cross 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 37393 3.0 Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm WCC 306 26 24 5 0 Silvina Minero 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 102 - Ethics In The Criminal Justice System (3 Units)

Examination of the types and history of ethical theories and development of moral and ethical behavior for criminal justice practitioners. Students learn how to analyze an ethical dilemma and apply this process to contemporary law enforcement issues..
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D0, CSUGE Area D8, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, 103, 104, 107, 110, 115, 125, 255 and 265 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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CLOSED 30031 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 306 26 26 5 0 David Saunders 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 104 - Introduction to Corrections (3 Units)

Examines major types of crime and criminal behavior, characteristics of offenders, factors that contribute to crime and delinquency, and the role of probation and parole. Analyzes historical changes in crime control, treatment and punishment.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 200.), CSUGE Area D0, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, 103, 104, 107, 110, 115, 125, 255 and 265 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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CLOSED 42255 3.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm WCC 306 26 20 5 0 Erin Cross 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 105 - Diversity, Law and Justice (3 Units)

Legal perspectives on cultural diversity in the U.S., including race, ethnicity, gender, class, religion, disability and sexual orientation. Examines historical and contemporary laws cases that have shaped how these groups interact within society. Analysis of the role the criminal and civil justice systems plays in determining the status of minority groups and their relationship to the law.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D3, CSUGE Area D8, IGETC Area 4C, IGETC Area 4H, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 105, 113, 245, 250 and 271 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
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CLOSED 43157 3.0 Lec T R 03:55pm - 05:15pm WCC 306 26 14 0 0 Donna Lewis 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 107 - Concepts Of Criminal Law (3 Units)

Historical development and philosophy of law and constitutional provisions; definitions, classifications of crimes, and their application to the system of administration of justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology, and concepts of law as a social force.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 120.), CSUGE Area D8, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, 103, 104, 107, 110, 115, 125, 255 and 265 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 34554 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 306 26 21 5 0 Anne Redding 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 110 - Introduction To Forensics (3 Units)

Use of science and technology to investigate and establish facts in courts of law, with emphasis on examination and analysis of physical evidence. Explores the history of forensics, crime scene management, and various scientific techniques used to analyze the evidentiary value of items found during an investigation.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 150.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, 103, 104, 107, 110, 115, 125, 255 and 265 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 43158 3.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm WCC 306 26 16 5 0 Michael Ullemeyer 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 111 - Criminal Investigation (3 Units)

Fundamentals of investigation; techniques of crime scene search and recording; collection and preservation of evidence; modus operandi processes, sources of information and follow-up investigation.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 140.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, AJ 103, AJ 104, AJ 107, AJ 110, AJ 111, AJ 125, AJ 255 and AJ 265 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 33015 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 03:40pm WCC 306 26 25 5 0 David Saunders 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 125 - Introduction To Criminology (3 Units)

Examines the relationship between communities and the justice system in addressing crime and conflict. Emphasis on the challenges and prospects of administering justice within a diverse multicultural population. Topics include the consensus and conflicting values in cultural, religion, and law.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D0, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, 103, 104, 107, 110, 115, 125, 255 and 265 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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CLOSED 30036 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 306 26 30 5 0 Anne Redding 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 250 - The Study of Murder (3 Units)

Historical and contemporary analysis of criminal homicide by examining the nature and extent of murder, including serial murder and sex crime-related murder.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 105, 113, 245, 250 and 271 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 33017 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 306 26 27 5 0 Anne Redding 08/23-12/11 16

AJ 271 - The Study of Evil (3 Units)

Examination of legal and societal interest in defining, identifying and punishing "evil" people and their actions. Identifies cultural contexts of evil from sociological, psychological, philosophical, biological and neuroscience perspectives. Focus on historical events, with analysis of the various definitions of evil. Analyzes how societies respond to such behaviors, and how the C.J. system is impacted.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 105, 113, 245, 250 and 271 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 40164 3.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am WCC 306 26 23 5 0 Christi Clogston 08/23-12/11 16

ANTH - Anthropology

ANTH 101 - Physical Anthropology (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Biological aspects of human characteristics and behavior, the relationship of humans to other animals, the origins and evolutionary adaptations of human populations, and the biological basis for the diversity of human groups.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 110.), CSUGE Area B2, IGETC Area 5B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ANTH 101, ANTH 101H and BIOL 171 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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CLOSED 34350 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm BC FORUM 40 39 0 0 Phyllisa Eisentraut 08/23-12/11 16

ANTH 101L - Physical Anthropology Laboratory (1 Unit)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: ANTH 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Laboratory approach to topics covered in ANTH 101, with emphasis on population genetics, human osteology, biological classification, primate behavior and fossil hominids.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 115L.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 39548 1.0 Lab M 02:30pm - 05:30pm WCC 205 16 15 0 0 Mark Sanders 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 42793 1.0 Lab W 02:30pm - 05:30pm WCC 205 16 15 0 0 Phyllisa Eisentraut 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43614 1.0 Lab T 11:30am - 02:30pm WCC 205 16 12 0 0 Mark Sanders 08/23-12/11 16

ANTH 102 - Introduction To Archaeology (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Introduction to the methods and theories of anthropological archaeology, as well as a review of significant data and models that contribute to knowledge of the human past. Includes the history and interdisciplinary nature of archaeological research; dating techniques; field and laboratory methods; CRM; ethical considerations; and selected cultural sequences.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 150.), CSUGE Area D1, IGETC Area 4A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (102 and 102H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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CLOSED 42124 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 205 20 14 0 0 Mark Sanders 08/23-12/11 16

ART - Art

ART 123 - Figure and Portrait Drawing (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ART 120.
Course Advisories: ART 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Basic figure drawing with an emphasis on building observational drawing skills including contour, value, composition, gesture and expression. Some supporting exploration of basic artistic anatomy. Use of various black and white media.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED CW 43065 3.0 Lec T 03:15pm - 06:00pm TBA 0 0 0 0 Christopher Ulivo 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2.2 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

ART 141 - Studio Art Foundations 3D (3 Units)

Beginning course in three-dimensional design. Introduction to form, structure, the elements of design and three-dimensional design theory. Includes an exploration of various materials and techniques, with emphasis on the creative process.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ARTS 101.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $35.00 for Wood and Canvas materials.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30217 3.0 Lec M 09:35am - 11:35am H 102 18 16 10 0 Armando Ramos 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 09:35am - 12:10pm H 104 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 30218 3.0 Lec T 03:00pm - 05:10pm H 102 18 18 10 0 Armando Ramos 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 03:00pm - 05:10pm H 104 08/23-12/11

ART 150 - Fundamentals of Ceramics (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ART 101 and ART 141.
Introductory course on the techniques employed in working with clay. Topics include wheel throwing, hand-building, engobe and glaze application.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $35.00 for Clay and Glaze materials.
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CLOSED 30220 3.0 Lec T 09:35am - 11:35am H 107 18 17 10 0 Armando Ramos 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 09:35am - 12:10pm H 107 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 43066 3.0 Lec T 12:45pm - 03:00pm H 107 18 18 10 0 Charles Kessler 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 12:45pm - 03:00pm H 107 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 43067 3.0 Lec F 10:00am - 12:00pm H 107 18 18 10 0 Jackie Rines 08/23-12/11 16
Lab F 12:05pm - 02:45pm H 107 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 43068 3.0 Lec S 10:00am - 12:00pm H 107 18 18 10 0 Jane Orr 08/23-12/11 16
Lab S 12:05pm - 02:45pm H 107 08/23-12/11

ART 152 - Advanced Ceramics (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ART 151.
Course Advisories: ART 101.
Advanced forming and throwing using stoneware and raku. Advanced glazing and surface treatments. Kiln operation: gas, electric, oxidation, reduction.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $30.00 for Clay and Glaze materials.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43354 3.0 Lec T 09:35am - 11:35am H 107 5 4 0 0 Armando Ramos 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 09:35am - 12:10pm H 107 08/23-12/11

ART 170 - Introduction to Sculpture (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ART 101 and ART 120 and ART 141.
Introduction to the materials, tools and techniques of sculpture. Fundamentals of sculpture production explored, including methods of carving, construction and casting.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $35.00 for Clay and Glaze materials.
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CLOSED 43072 3.0 Lec M 12:45pm - 02:55pm H 104 9 18 10 0 Armando Ramos 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 12:45pm - 02:55pm H 104 08/23-12/11

ART 181 - Intermediate Sculpture Fabrication (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ART 180.
Explores a variety of assemblage techniques and materials, including wood assemblage and welding.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $40.00 for Plaster and other materials.
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CLOSED 43073 3.0 Lec M 12:45pm - 02:55pm H 104 3 2 0 0 Armando Ramos 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 12:45pm - 02:55pm H 104 08/23-12/11

ART 182 - Advanced Sculpture Fabrication (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ART 181.
Concentration on sculpture fabrication. Covers advanced techniques and materials, including Mig and Tig welding.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $40.00 for Plaster and other materials.
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CLOSED 43074 3.0 Lec M 12:45pm - 02:55pm H 104 3 3 0 0 Armando Ramos 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 12:45pm - 02:55pm H 104 08/23-12/11

ART 190 - Introduction to Printmaking (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ART 101 and 120 ART 140.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and 103.
Introduction to printmaking history and methods. This class explores materials in relief, intaglio, silkscreen and contemporary practices.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $35.00 for Copper Plates and Wood materials.
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CLOSED CW 43070 3.0 Lec 2.2 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Stephanie Dotson 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T 09:35am - 12:20pm H 112 08/23-12/11

AUTO - Automotive Service and Technology

AUTO 101 - Introduction to Auto Mechanics (3 Units)

Lecture/demonstration course introducing the operation and maintenance of the modern automobile; emphasis on the theory of basic operating systems, including engine, electrical, chassis and driveline.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 33018 3.0 Lec T R 05:25pm - 06:45pm OE 182 16 13 0 0 Arjun Sarkar 08/23-12/11 16

AUTO 110 - Fundamentals of Automotive Servicing (4 Units)

Course Advisories: AUTO 101.
Introductory lecture/lab course covering maintenance and diagnostic procedures used in the automotive service industry. Lab exercises cover maintenance and service areas of engine lubrication, under hood, undercar, tire and wheel, cooling system, belts and hoses, fuel system, battery and electrical system, brakes and wheel bearings.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 30040 4.0 Lec T 09:30am - 12:30pm OE 182 16 15 0 0 Russell Granger 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 09:30am - 12:30pm A 123 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 43298 4.0 Lec T 07:00pm - 10:00pm OE 182 16 15 0 0 Arjun Sarkar 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 07:00pm - 10:00pm A 123 08/23-12/11

AUTO 111 - Engine Rebuilding (7 Units)

Course Advisories: AUTO 101 and AUTO 110.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and 103.
Lecture/lab course on generic theory and repair of automotive engines. The valve train and lower end assemblies are covered in detail. Engine problem diagnosis, service and repair, engine rebuilding and machining, and performance enhancement emphasized.
Hours: 234 (72 lecture,162 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 30042 7.0 Lec M W F 08:00am - 09:20am OE 182 17 20 0 0 Brittanye Muschamp 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W F 09:30am - 12:05pm OE 180 08/23-12/11

AUTO 112 - Brakes, Suspension and Steering (4.6 Units)

Course Advisories: AUTO 101 and AUTO 110.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Principles of brakes, suspension, steering systems, wheel alignment and tire service. Includes disc and drum brakes, brake power assist units, anti-lock braking, tire service, wheel balancing and wheel alignment. Live vehicle laboratory study of lecture material. NATEF-certified course.
Hours: 144 (54 lecture,90 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 40228 4.6 Lec M W 01:00pm - 02:20pm OE 182 17 13 0 0 Bob Stockero 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 02:30pm - 05:00pm A 123 08/23-12/11

AUTO 116 - Engine Performance (7 Units)

Course Advisories: AUTO 101 and AUTO 110.
Principles of engine performance diagnosis and maintenance, ignition and emission controls. Drivability, vehicle emissions and fuel economy concerns is also addressed. Lab study includes engine condition testing, ignition system testing, emission testing and electronic scan tools.
Hours: 216 (81 lecture,135 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30045 7.0 Lec M W F 08:00am - 09:20am A 181 16 13 0 0 Russell Granger 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W F 09:30am - 12:00pm A 123 08/23-12/11

BIOL - Biology

BIOL 101 - Plant Biology (4 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 107 or MATH 110C or MATH 137C or SS 110C or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Course Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Principles of biology, with emphasis on major plant groups. Anatomy, physiology, evolution, and diversity of the archaea, bacteria, algae, fungi and plantae. Required for the Biological Sciences major. Satisfies SBCC General Education requirement in Natural Sciences.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 135S, BIOL 140, BIOL 155.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
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CLOSED CW 39126 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 21 22 3 0 Eric Wise 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 201 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 42967 4.0 Lab W 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 201 21 17 3 0 Eric Wise 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

BIOL 102 - Animal Biology (5 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 110C or MATH 137C or MATH 107 or SS 110C or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Course Advisories: BIOL 101, ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Principles of animal taxonomy, evolution, population and community ecology; protist and animal diversity and adaptations; emphasis on vertebrate anatomy and physiology. Required for the Biological Sciences major.
Hours: 162 (54 lecture,108 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 135S, BIOL 140, BIOL 150.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30939 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 25 23 5 0 Blakely Barron 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 209 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 30941 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 25 22 5 0 Blakely Barron 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 209 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 30940 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 25 20 5 0 Blakely Barron 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T R 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 209 08/23-12/11

BIOL 295 - Internship In Biology (2-4 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Student must have completed 12 units at SBCC with a G.P.A. of 2.5 and a minimum of 6 units with a G.P.A. of 3.0 in the Biological Sciences Department.
Structured, on-the-job experience in a field directly related to the student's area of interest in the biological sciences.
Hours: 273 (273 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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CLOSED 20 42908 2.0 7.3 hours/week TBA 0 0 0 0 Michelle Paddack 08/23-12/11 16

BLAW - Business Law

BLAW 101 - Business Law (4 Units)

Course Advisories: BUS 101.
Fundamental legal principles pertaining to business transactions. Introduction to the legal process. Topics include sources of law and ethics, contracts, torts, agency, criminal law, business organizations, and judicial and administrative processes.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BUS 125.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BLAW 101, BLAW 110 and IBUS 211 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 43214 4.0 Lec T 02:00pm - 04:00pm PS 130 35 31 0 0 Daniel Spitz 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.9 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

BMS - Bio-medical Sciences

BMS 107 - Human Anatomy (4 Units)

Structure of the human body. Laboratory includes study of a human anatomical specimen and comparative anatomy. Transferable to all four-year institutions, including nursing schools.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 110B.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BMS 100, 107, 108 and 146 combined: maximum credit, two courses.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 31890 4.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm ONLINE 24 23 1 0 Peter Aguilar 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 312 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 33239 4.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm ONLINE 24 20 1 0 Peter Aguilar 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 312 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 35582 4.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm ONLINE 24 18 1 0 Peter Aguilar 08/23-12/11 16
Lab F 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 312 08/23-12/11

BMS 108 - Human Physiology (4 Units)

Course Advisories: BMS 107, CHEM 101 or CHEM 104.
Functions of the human body. Laboratory emphasizes recording physiological data from each student. Transferable to all four-year institutions, including nursing schools. Satisfies SBCC General Education requirement in Natural Sciences.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 120B.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BMS 100, 107, 108, and 146 combined: maximum credit, two courses.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 37982 4.0 Lec T R 03:55pm - 05:15pm ONLINE 24 26 3 0 Peter Aguilar 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 312 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 39133 4.0 Lec T R 03:55pm - 05:15pm ONLINE 24 24 3 0 Peter Aguilar 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 312 08/23-12/11

BMS 128 - Human Nutrition (3 Units)

Nutritional needs of the human body. Studies individual, local, national and world nutritional efforts.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (NUTR 110.), CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 42974 3.0 Lec M W 06:00pm - 07:50pm EBS 309 50 31 5 0 Samin Moham 08/23-12/11 16

BUS - Business Administration

BUS 101 - Introduction To Business (3 Units)

Examines economic activity in the American free enterprise system. Provides students with a broad understanding of: social responsibility and ethics, government regulations, business law, globalization, technology and e-commerce, economic and financial systems, securities markets, management, marketing, accounting and finance.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BUS 110.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BUS 101 and IBUS 102 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 30260 3.0 Lec T 11:10am - 12:30pm BC FORUM 70 75 7 0 Daniel Spitz 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.7 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 43203 3.0 Lec hours/week ONLINE 35 30 0 0 Robert Brown 08/23-10/16 16
Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm BC 237 10/19-12/11
CLOSED 43493 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 101 70 65 0 0 Laura Woyach 08/23-12/11 16

CA - Culinary Arts

CA 111 - Hospitality Controls (2 Units)

Course Advisories: MATH 041.
Covers industry practices and procedures of controls in cash, inventory, employees, time, sanitation, purveyors and equipment.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30884 2.0 Lec F 04:00pm - 06:05pm ECC 20 33 26 0 0 Kendra Wise 08/23-12/11 16

CA 113 - Hospitality Sanitation And Safety (2 Units)

Course Advisories: ENG 088.
How to effectively manage sanitation to achieve high standards as set forth by the laws and regulations covering the food industry in the United States. In-depth study of management's responsibility in sanitation. Safety procedures and practices are also covered.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 37083 2.0 Lec F 06:30pm - 08:35pm EBS 301 33 32 0 0 Kendra Wise 08/23-12/11 16

CA 117A - Hotline Kitchen Fundamentals (4 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CA 113.
Introduction to the professional kitchen. Emphasis on classical cooking and current scientific theories provides the student with a solid understanding of food chemistry and cooking techniques. Study of equipment, ingredients and basic cooking methods of the modern professional kitchen. Hands-on application of theory and techniques.
Hours: 144 (36 lecture,108 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43056 4.0 Lec T R 09:00am - 10:00am CC 108 12 9 0 0 Stephane Rapp 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T R 10:05am - 01:00pm CC 108 08/23-12/11

CA 121 - Principles of Pantry (2 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CA 113.
Introduction to the basic skills needed for a restaurant pantry station. The theory and practical skills required to produce quality salads, sandwiches and cold sauce emphasized.
Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30893 2.0 Lec W 09:00am - 10:00am CC 108 12 10 0 0 Stephane Rapp 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 10:05am - 01:05pm CC 108 08/23-12/11

CA 124 - Principles of Baking (2 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CA 113.
Limitation on Enrollment: Other: Completion of program enrollment.
Introduction to the basic skills needed for a professional bake shop. The theory and practical skills required to produce quality pastries and breads emphasized.
Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 41970 2.0 Lec M 08:00am - 09:00am BKSHOP 12 9 0 0 Stephane Rapp 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M 09:05am - 12:05pm BKSHOP 08/23-12/11

CA 211 - Garde Manger (2 Units)

Prerequisites: CA 113 and CA 121 or CA 121A.
Designed to impart the skills and knowledge to work in a professional garde manger department. Techniques and procedures for making and displaying pates, terrines, galantines, mousses, sausages, salads and garnishes demonstrated; opportunities for hands-on work are offered. Advanced decorative techniques, such as ice-carving, demonstrated.
Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43059 2.0 Lec F 09:00am - 10:00am CC 108 12 7 0 0 Charles Fredericks 08/23-12/11 16
Lab F 10:05am - 01:05pm CC 108 08/23-12/11

CA 215 - Modern Food: Style, Design, Theory and Production (2 Units)

Prerequisites: CA 203A or CA 295.
Study and practice of modern food design. The different styles of Fusion, Californian, Pacific-Rim, Tex-Mex, Nouvelle and others are demonstrated and practiced. Modern trends and corresponding plate design theories demonstrated and practiced. The effects of different cultures and food diversity on the modern restaurant kitchen are explored.
Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43060 2.0 Lec W 03:00pm - 04:00pm CC 108 16 9 0 0 Charles Fredericks 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 04:05pm - 07:05pm CC 108 08/23-12/11

CA 224 - Pastry Practicum (2 Units)

Prerequisites: CA 113 and CA 124.
Hands-on lab experience in a professional bake shop. The acquisition and practice of basic skills needed. Practical techniques required to produce quality pastries and breads emphasized.
Hours: 108 (108 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43062 2.0 Lab M 01:00pm - 06:30pm BKSHOP 8 6 0 0 Stephane Rapp 08/23-12/11 16

CHEM - Chemistry

CHEM 101 - Introductory Chemistry (4 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and 103 and proficiency in MATH 095.
Introduction to Chemistry, with laboratory. Topics include atomic structure; matter and energy; the Periodic Table; chemical properties and reactions; nomenclature; behavior of gases, liquids, and solids; intermolecular forces; acid-base chemistry; and nuclear chemistry. Recommended for non-science majors as a science with a laboratory course or as a preparatory course for CHEM 155.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CHEM 101, CHEM 104 and CHEM 110 combined: maximum credit, one course. No credit for CHEM 101 or CHEM 104 or CHEM 110 if taken after CHEM 155.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 36744 4.0 Lab W 02:15pm - 05:15pm PS 209 28 15 10 0 Raeanne Napoleon 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 33602 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 28 22 10 0 Raeanne Napoleon 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M 09:30am - 12:30pm PS 209 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 36109 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 28 17 10 0 Raeanne Napoleon 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T 09:30am - 12:30pm PS 209 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 36107 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 28 19 10 0 Raeanne Napoleon 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 09:30am - 12:30pm PS 209 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 36110 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 28 13 10 0 Raeanne Napoleon 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 09:30am - 12:30pm PS 209 08/23-12/11

CHEM 104 - Fundamentals Of General, Organic And Biological Chemistry (4 Units)

Skills Advisories: MATH 095 and Eligibility for ENG 098 and 103.
Introduction to chemistry, with emphasis on chemical principles and their application to biological systems and processes. Approximately half of the semester covers general chemistry topics, with the remainder covering an introduction to organic chemistry topics and biochemistry topics. Recommended for non-science majors, especially those in the fields of allied health, nursing (ADN), and physical education.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CHEM 101, CHEM 104 and CHEM 110 combined: maximum credit, one course. No credit for CHEM 101 or CHEM 104 or CHEM 110 if taken after CHEM 155.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 39841 4.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 06:50pm EBS 102 24 20 8 0 Mojgan Roushan 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2.4 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
Lab W 07:00pm - 10:00pm PS 214 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 40876 4.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 06:50pm EBS 102 24 23 8 0 Mojgan Roushan 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2.4 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
Lab R 08:00am - 11:00am PS 214 08/23-12/11

CHEM 155 - General Chemistry I (5 Units)

Prerequisites: CHEM 101 or CHEM 104 or One year of high school chemistry, MATH 107 or MATH 110C or MATH 137C or SS 110C or or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Course Advisories: ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
First semester of a two-semester General Chemistry course sequence. Includes laboratory. Topics include the structure of atoms and molecules, stoichiometry, types of chemical bonding and chemical reactions, gas laws, molecular structure, acid-base chemistry, and thermodynamics. Laboratory focuses on collection and interpretation of data, and includes spectroscopy. Required for science, engineering and pre-dental and pre-medical majors.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CHEM 110, CHEM 120S.), CSUGE Area B1, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 40512 5.0 Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm PS 101 24 24 8 0 Nivaldo Tro 08/23-12/11 16
Lec W 05:10pm - 06:15pm PS 208 08/23-12/11
Lab W 06:20pm - 09:10pm PS 208 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 40513 5.0 Lec F 08:00am - 09:05am PS 208 24 22 8 0 Nivaldo Tro 08/23-12/11 16
Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab F 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 208 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 43616 5.0 Lec T 08:00am - 09:05am PS 208 24 17 8 0 Nivaldo Tro 08/23-12/11 16
Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab T 09:10am - 12:20pm PS 208 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 30350 5.0 Lec M 08:00am - 09:05am PS 208 22 21 8 0 Nivaldo Tro 08/23-12/11 16
Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab M 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 208 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 30352 5.0 Lec W 08:00am - 09:05am PS 208 22 21 8 0 Nivaldo Tro 08/23-12/11 16
Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab W 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 208 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 30353 5.0 Lec R 08:00am - 09:05am PS 208 22 23 8 0 Nivaldo Tro 08/23-12/11 16
Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab R 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 208 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 30354 5.0 Lec R 01:00pm - 02:05pm PS 208 22 20 8 0 Nivaldo Tro 08/23-12/11 16
Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab R 02:10pm - 05:00pm PS 208 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 37332 5.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 08:05pm PS 101 29 25 10 0 Alexander Horwitz 08/23-12/11 16
Lec R 06:00pm - 06:50pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lec T 08:10pm - 09:15pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab R 03:00pm - 05:50pm PS 214 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 33128 5.0 Lec R 06:00pm - 06:50pm PS 101 29 21 10 0 Alexander Horwitz 08/23-12/11 16
Lec T 06:00pm - 08:05pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lec T 08:10pm - 09:15pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab R 07:00pm - 09:50pm PS 214 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 34916 5.0 Lec R 06:00pm - 06:50pm PS 101 29 22 10 0 Alexander Horwitz 08/23-12/11 16
Lec T 06:00pm - 08:05pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lec T 08:10pm - 09:15pm PS 101 08/23-12/11
Lab R 07:00pm - 09:50pm PS 208 08/23-12/11

CHEM 221 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (2.3 Units)

Corequisites: CHEM 211.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
First-semester Organic Chemistry laboratory. Focuses on organic chemistry laboratory techniques, including techniques of separation, purification, and identification of organic compounds. Includes IR spectroscopy, distillation, crystallization, extraction, determination of physical properties, and microscale techniques.
Hours: 90 (18 lecture,72 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CHEM 150, CHEM 160S.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CHEM 221 and 221 combined: maximum credit, 5 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 43617 2.3 Lab R 02:10pm - 06:00pm PS 219 18 14 5 0 Jess Estrada 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.2 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 30365 2.3 Lab T 08:00am - 11:50am PS 219 18 16 5 0 Jess Estrada 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 30367 2.3 Lab T 02:10pm - 06:00pm PS 219 18 17 5 0 Jess Estrada 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 34717 2.3 Lab R 08:00am - 11:50am PS 219 18 14 5 0 Jess Estrada 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

COMM - Communication

COMM 101 - Introduction to Communication (3 Units)

Introduction to the field of communication, with emphasis on the history of communication study, theories of communication, communication contexts, and issues in communication studies. Also serves as an introduction to the strands of communication studies, including interpersonal, group, rhetoric, intercultural, organizational and mass communication.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 180.), CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4G, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 37019 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am BC 101 19 24 0 0 Kana Petrosian 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41531 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 101 19 21 0 0 Kana Petrosian 08/23-12/11 16

COMM 131 - Fundamentals Of Public Speaking (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Instruction in public speaking, stressing audience analysis, organization and support of ideas. Students prepare and deliver speeches on topics of current concern. Video-taped replays and instructor evaluation provide feedback on performance.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 110.), CSUGE Area A1, IGETC Area 1C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (COMM 131 and 113H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E4
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 33377 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 101 19 20 0 0 Kana Petrosian 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 39136 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 222 19 14 0 0 Mika Garard 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41019 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 222 19 17 0 0 Mika Garard 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41243 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 222 19 17 0 0 Mika Garard 08/23-12/11 16

COMM 141 - Small Group Communication (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Introduction to communication skills in task-oriented small groups. Includes experiential focus on planning and implementation of small group projects, decision-making and problem-solving methods, along with task and social dimensions of effective group process.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 140.), CSUGE Area A1, IGETC Area 1C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E4
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 42368 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 101 19 20 0 0 Kana Petrosian 08/23-12/11 16

COMM 289 - Communication Theory (3 Units)

Course Advisories: COMM 101.
Introduction to major theories of human communication, Designed to give students critical understanding of key themes in the field, and to show how theories illuminate the nature of human interaction. Designed to prepare students for upper-division coursework in communication.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4G, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 34398 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am BC 222 19 18 0 0 Darin Garard 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 42831 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 222 19 19 0 0 Darin Garard 08/23-12/11 16

CS - Computer Science

CS 104 - Introduction to Programming (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and 103.
Exposes students to the fundamental concepts of programming using an object-oriented language and is intended as an introductory-level programming course. Ideal for beginners and also serves as the first course in a sequence that is compliant with the standards of the Association for Computing Machinery.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 39826 3.0 Lec T 09:35am - 11:40am H 240 20 18 0 0 Nathalie Guebels 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T 11:45am - 02:45pm H 244 08/23-12/11

CS 132 - Digital Logic Design (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103. Proficiency in MATH 104 or 107 or 111.
Introduction to digital systems and logic design. Logic of propositions, boolean algebra, minterm and maxterm expansions, Karnaugh maps, Quine-McCluskey methods, multi-level circuits, combinational and sequential circuit design and timing diagrams, multiplexers, decoders, programmable logic devices, latches and flip-flops, finite state machines, registers and counters, register transfer language, simulation and debugging.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 42937 3.0 Lec T 05:00pm - 07:05pm H 240 16 11 5 0 Salmaun Masooman 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T 07:10pm - 10:00pm H 245 08/23-12/11

DRFT - Drafting/CAD

DRFT 101 - Basic Drafting (3 Units)

Fundamental concepts of technical drafting. Topics include: drafting standards and conventions; multi-view orthographic projections; non-perspective Pictorial views; planning, elevation and section views; manual and computer aided drafting tools and annotations. Emphasis placed on architectural and engineering technical drafting.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 36952 3.0 Lec R 09:00am - 11:15am OE 16 16 10 5 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 11:25am - 12:40pm OE 16 08/23-12/11

DRFT 120 - Architectural Drafting I (3 Units)

Fundamental concepts in architectural drafting. Topics include architectural drafting standards and conventions, multi-view orthographic projections, floor plan, elevation and section views, manual and computer aided drafting tools, output and delivery methods.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30139 3.0 Lec T 09:00am - 11:10am OE 16 15 11 5 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T 11:15am - 12:45pm OE 16 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 35665 3.0 Lec M 05:30pm - 07:45pm OE 16 14 11 5 0 Richard Warner 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M 07:50pm - 09:35pm OE 16 08/23-12/11

DRFT 121 - Architectural Drafting II (3 Units)

Corequisite: DRFT 120.
Topics include drafting standards, conventions, CAD standards, MasterFormat and construction documents. Emphasis in project deliverables including cover sheet, site plan, floor plans, roof plan, elevations, sections, wall sections, schedules, interior elevations, details, manual and computer-aided drafting tools, output/delivery methods.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30141 3.0 Lec T 09:00am - 11:15am OE 16 1 2 5 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T 11:25am - 12:50pm OE 16 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 36953 3.0 Lec M 05:30pm - 07:45pm OE 16 2 3 5 0 Richard Warner 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M 07:50pm - 09:35pm OE 16 08/23-12/11

DRFT 124 - Architectural Rendering I (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: MATH 001 and eligibility for ENG 103.
Fundamentals of architectural rendering using manual and computer-aided drafting tools, including interior and exterior one/two-point perspectives, oblique, and isometric drawings. Rendering techniques include surfaces, textures, shades, shadows, figures and foliage. Emphasis on compiling a portfolio of architectural presentation drawings.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30143 3.0 Lec W 05:30pm - 07:45pm OE 16 14 14 5 0 Rebecca Wiscombe 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 07:50pm - 09:35pm OE 16 08/23-12/11

DRFT 125 - Architectural Rendering II (3 Units)

Prerequisites: DRFT 124.
Skills Advisories: MATH 001 and eligibility for ENG 103.
Advanced architectural rendering using manual and computer-aided drafting tools, including presentation drawings, two-point perspectives, oblique and isometric drawings. Rendering techniques include surfaces and textures, shades and shadow, figures and foliage. Emphasis on compiling a portfolio of architectural presentation drawings.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30144 3.0 Lec W 05:30pm - 07:45pm OE 16 2 1 5 0 Rebecca Wiscombe 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W 07:50pm - 09:35pm OE 16 08/23-12/11

DRFT 130 - Computer-Assisted Drafting And Design I (5 Units)

Prerequisites: DRFT 101 or DRFT 120 or DRFT 126.
Skills Advisories: MATH 001 and eligibility for ENG 103.
Intermediate AutoCAD. Set Up, drafting, editing, output, and delivery. Coverage of latest AutoCAD features.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (DRFT 130, 131, and 132 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 37889 5.0 Lec M W 09:00am - 11:00am OE 12 16 11 5 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 11:05am - 12:30pm OE 12 08/23-12/11

DRFT 131 - Computer-Assisted Drafting And Design II (5 Units)

Prerequisites: DRFT 130.
Skills Advisories: MATH 001 and eligibility for ENG 103.
Advanced AutoCAD. File Management and CAD Standards for Project Driven Productivity, 3D Modeling.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (DRFT 130, 131, and 132 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 33510 5.0 Lec T R 05:30pm - 07:45pm OE 12 4 2 5 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T R 07:50pm - 08:40pm OE 12 08/23-12/11

DRFT 132 - CAD Drafting/Design III (5 Units)

Course Advisories: DRFT 129.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for English 103 and Math 001.
Introduction to Autodesk RevitĀ©. Designed to meet the needs of students who want to learn the basics of industry-standard building information modeling software.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (DRFT 130, 131, and 132 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 33511 5.0 Lec T R 05:30pm - 07:45pm OE 12 12 5 5 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T R 07:50pm - 08:40pm OE 12 08/23-12/11

DRFT 290 - Work Experience In Drafting (1-4 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: (1) Employed or available for employment in an occupation directly related to the Drafting major; and, (2) Must be enrolled in no less than seven (7) units, including Work Experience.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103and proficiency in MATH 1 or MATH 41.
(1) Available for employment in an occupation related to Drafting; (2) Must be enrolled in no less than seven (7) units. May be taken for 1, 2, 3 or 4 units of credit. Maximum (4) units per semester for a maximum of (16) units.
Hours: 300 (300 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43423 1.0 4.3 hours/week TBA 10 0 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43424 2.0 9.4 hours/week TBA 10 0 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43425 3.0 12.8 hours/week TBA 10 2 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43426 4.0 18.7 hours/week TBA 10 3 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16

ECE - Early Childhood Education

ECE 102 - Child, Family and Community (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and 103.
Examines the developing child in a societal context, focusing on the interrelationship of family, school and community, with an emphasis on historical and cultural factors that influence the process of socialization and the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CDEV 110.), CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4G, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 37467 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 105 23 21 0 0 Helen Cooper 08/23-12/11 16

ECE 108 - Creative Learning and Curriculum (3 Units)

Overview of knowledge and skills related to providing appropriate curriculum and environments for young children. Examination of teacher's role in supporting development and engagement for all young children. Provides strategies for developmentally-appropriate practice based on observation and assessment across the curriculum, including academic content areas, play, art and creativity plus social-emotional, communication and cognitive skills.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ECE 130.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 34332 3.0 Lec R 06:00pm - 09:05pm A 161 23 22 0 0 Helen Cooper 08/23-12/11 16

ECE 109 - Family-Teacher-Child Relationships (3 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Student must have completed 12 core units as defined by Community Care Licensing.
Establishing and sustaining effective relationships between teacher, families and child. Common problems handled between families and teachers; ways of distinguishing special problems requiring other professional attention; and supportive ways of helping families enjoy and appreciate their children. Includes interviewing, home visiting, parent education and family engagement strategies.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 42373 3.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm A 161 23 13 0 0 Helen Cooper 08/23-12/11 16

ECE 120 - Child Growth and Development/Educators (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 103.
History and current issues of early childhood growth and development, from birth through adolescence, are covered. In addition to theoretical ideas and observations of children, special emphasis is given to the child from birth to age eight in relation to cultural, gender, class and racial influences.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CDEV 100.), CSUGE Area D7, CSUGE Area E, IGETC Area 4G, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 33796 3.0 Lec W 12:45pm - 03:50pm A 161 23 18 0 0 Helen Cooper 08/23-12/11 16

ECE 132 - Teaching in a Diverse Society (3 Units)

Examines processes involved in human relations, as related to differences, and how these processes impact teaching, learning and interactions with young children and families. Self-examination, reflection and integration of practices to promote equity and how to best support children as they gain a sense of identity and become confident members of a diverse society.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ECE 230.), CSUGE Area D7, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 35250 3.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm A 161 23 17 0 0 Kathy King 08/23-12/11 16

ECE 152B - Guidance: Effective And Caring Approaches (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and 103.
Designed to allow the ECE Department the opportunity to offer a variety of courses related to child behavior and development which reflect student interest, community need and current trends in early childhood education.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 40218 1.0 Lec S 09:00am - 11:50am A 161 23 10 0 0 Helen Cooper 09/18-10/02 3
Lec S 01:00pm - 03:50pm A 161 09/18-10/02

ECON - Economics

ECON 101 - Microeconomics (3 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 095 or MATH 007C or Equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Course Advisories: MATH 107, ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Principles of microeconomic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of public policy. Topics include scarcity, specialization and trade, market equilibrium, elasticity, production and cost theory, market structures, factor markets, and market failure.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ECON 201.), CSUGE Area D2, IGETC Area 4B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31578 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am A 211 50 40 5 0 Roland Lewin 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 33613 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm A 160 50 43 5 0 Roland Lewin 08/23-12/11 16

ECON 102 - Macroeconomics (3 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 095 or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H and proficiency in MATH 104 or 107 or 111.
An introductory course focusing on aggregate economic analysis. Topics include market systems, aggregate measures of economic activity, macroeconomic equilibrium, money and the financial system, the business cycle, monetary and fiscal policy, and economic growth.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ECON 202.), CSUGE Area D2, IGETC Area 4B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ECON 102 and 102H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 39542 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm A 211 50 38 5 0 Cindy Benelli 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 42659 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 04:10pm A 160 50 38 0 0 Cindy Benelli 09/07-12/11 14

EH - Environmental Horticulture

EH 101 - Plant Identification And Culture (3 Units)

Designed to acquaint the student with woody ornamental plants and selected accent plants used in the Santa Barbara region. Approximately 150 trees, shrubs, vines and herbaceous ornamentals are presented for identification and close scrutiny.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AG - EH 108L), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 30173 3.0 Lab R 01:10pm - 04:15pm LCP 22 18 6 0 Michael Gonella 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

EH 104 - Landscape Maintenance (3 Units)

Covers basic landscape maintenance topics emphasizing sustainable methods of enriching soil health, composting, mulching, water efficient irrigation systems, pruning, fertilization, plant selection, turf management, insect control, and weed control. Personal health and safety emphasized. Student groups develop and implement sustainable landscape projects.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 30176 3.0 Lab F 01:00pm - 04:05pm LCP 22 18 6 0 Michael Gonella 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

EH 105 - Landscape Construction (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Designed to familiarize students with basic landscape construction work, equipment and materials. Explores plan reading, grading, drainage, concrete, masonry, carpentry, electrical and plumbing, as well as C-27 landscape contractor's license requirements, business practices and legalities of this specialty.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 43052 3.0 Lab S 10:00am - 01:00pm LCP 16 17 6 0 Michael Gonella 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

EH 299 - Independent Study In Environmental Horticulture (1-4 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Completion of a minimum of 12 units at SBCC, with a 2.5 G.P.A., and a minimum of 6 units, with a 3.0 G.P.A. within the department. For complete information, see "Independent Study" in the Catalog Index.
Hours: 192 (192 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 40 43526 2.0 6.4 hours/week LCP 1 1 0 0 Michael Gonella 08/23-12/11 16

EMT - Emergency Medical Technology

EMT 110 - Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (6 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Current CPR certificate for either the Health Care Provider or the Professional Rescuer, must be at least 18 years old by the fourth week of the semester, and background check and TB testing are required.
Course Advisory: AH 120 Medical terminology provides a basic foundation in understanding terms associated with body systems and the injuries and illnesses which the EMT will be assessing and treating.
Theory and skills for treatment of acute/emergency injury and illness. Includes observations in hospital and with field EMS provider. Fulfills Title 22 Guidelines and State Health and Safety Code for EMT -B certification. Successful course completion required to take National Registry of EMTs Exam which is required for certification in any California county.
Hours: 189 (88.2 lecture,100.8 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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CLOSED 34443 6.0 Lec ONLINE 20 23 7 0 Mary Gauthier 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W R 08:00am - 10:45am A 243 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 34444 6.0 Lec ONLINE 20 21 7 0 Mary Gauthier 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W R 11:00am - 01:45pm A 243 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 34446 6.0 Lec ONLINE 20 21 7 0 Mary Gauthier 08/23-12/11 16
Lab W R 02:00pm - 04:45pm A 243 08/23-12/11

ENG - English, Composition and Literature

ENG 088 - Reading and Composition - Intensive (6 Units)

Prerequisite: ESL 134 and ESL 130 or ESL 135.
Provides intensive integrated college reading and composition skills for students who choose this optional course prior to transfer-level English.
Hours: 108 (108 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED LC 40721 6.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:45pm IDC 222 18 13 3 0 Jason File 08/23-12/11 16
Lec R 01:00pm - 02:15pm LRC 111 08/23-12/11

ENG 110 - Composition and Reading (4 Units)

Prerequisites: ENG 088 or ENG 098 or by placement.
Practice in expository composition based on critical reading of various academic texts and one book-length work. Develop skills in writing effectively, reading carefully, and thinking clearly.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ENGL 100.), CSUGE Area A2, IGETC Area 1A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED MT 41030 4.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 12:35pm IDC 222 19 20 1 0 Jason File 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED MT 41032 4.0 Lec M W 03:00pm - 05:05pm IDC 222 19 17 1 0 Jason File 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41034 4.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:35pm IDC 221 19 16 3 0 Barbara Bell 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41036 4.0 Lec T R 03:00pm - 05:05pm IDC 221 19 14 3 0 Barbara Bell 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED CW 41037 4.0 Lec W 10:00am - 12:05pm ONLINE 28 20 3 0 James Brausch 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 41038 4.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 12:35pm IDC 221 19 17 3 0 Barbara Bell 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED OL 41044 4.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 28 26 3 0 Mark Scamahorn 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41045 4.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:35pm WCC 120 19 19 2 0 Vandana Gavaskar 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED MT 41061 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:50pm IDC 221 19 14 0 0 Melissa Menendez 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41066 4.0 Lec M W 03:00pm - 05:05pm IDC 221 19 15 3 0 Christina Pages 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41067 4.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 10:05am IDC 222 19 17 2 0 Debra Brinkman 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41068 4.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 12:35pm WCC 303 19 18 3 0 Debra Brinkman 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41070 4.0 Lec T R 03:00pm - 05:05pm IDC 223 19 23 2 0 Nancy Smith-Tubiolo 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41072 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:50pm IDC 222 19 19 2 0 Kathy Molloy 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41075 4.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 10:05am IDC 221 19 15 3 0 Kathy Stotter 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41076 4.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 12:35pm WCC 102 19 20 1 0 Kathy Stotter 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41077 4.0 Lec T R 06:00pm - 08:05pm IDC 221 19 12 3 0 Wendy Lukomski 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41078 4.0 Lec T R 03:00pm - 05:05pm WCC 102 19 22 1 0 Judy Harper 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41082 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:50pm WCC 102 19 16 3 0 Christina Pages 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41084 4.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:35pm WCC 305 19 17 3 0 Adam MacDougall 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41085 4.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 10:05am IDC 222 19 15 3 0 Adam MacDougall 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41088 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:50pm WCC 303 19 18 3 0 Eileen Vlcek-Scamahorn 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41092 4.0 Lec T R 03:00pm - 05:05pm BC 301 19 15 3 0 Wendy Lukomski 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED MT 41094 4.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:35pm WCC 119 19 14 0 0 Natsuki Smith 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41104 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:50pm IDC 221 19 20 3 0 Abby Pasley 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41105 4.0 Lec M W 06:00pm - 08:05pm IDC 221 19 15 3 0 James Brausch 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41112 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:50pm IDC 223 19 19 3 0 Judy Harper 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41122 4.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 10:05am IDC 221 19 13 3 0 Kathy Molloy 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41878 4.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 10:05am WCC 305 19 15 3 0 Debra Brinkman 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41881 4.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:35pm WCC 304 19 19 3 0 Kathy Stotter 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41882 4.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 12:35pm WCC 119 19 15 3 0 Wendy Lukomski 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41883 4.0 Lec M W 03:00pm - 05:05pm WCC 305 19 18 3 0 Brett Land 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43623 4.0 Lec M W 03:00pm - 05:05pm WCC 102 19 13 3 0 James Brausch 08/23-12/11 16

ENG 111 - Critical Thinking and Composition Through Literature (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Study of critical thinking and composition using literature as a basis for analysis. Emphasis on the techniques and principles of effective written argument as they apply to reading and writing about literature.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ENGL 110.), CSUGE Area A3, CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 1B, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ENG 111 and 111H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area D2
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30617 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 301 24 22 0 0 Kimberly Monda 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 30625 3.0 Lec T R 03:55pm - 05:15pm WCC 305 24 21 0 0 Timothy Gilmore 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 30628 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 305 24 22 0 0 Christopher Brown 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 35018 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 305 24 23 0 0 Christopher Brown 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED OL 38121 3.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 30 25 0 0 Clara Oropeza 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 38535 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 301 24 22 0 0 Christopher Brown 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 40701 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 121 24 23 0 0 Brett Land 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41857 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 03:40pm WCC 305 24 23 0 0 Jacqueline Meisel 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41858 3.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 09:05pm IDC 223 24 19 0 0 Christina Pages 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41859 3.0 Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm IDC 223 24 18 0 0 Jacqueline Meisel 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED MT 41860 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 305 22 21 0 0 Jacqueline Meisel 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41875 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm IDC 223 24 22 0 0 Brett Land 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43684 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm IDC 223 22 19 0 0 Jody Millward 08/23-12/11 16

ENG 119A - CAP Core Literacies: Reading and Writing Within Academic Disciplines (3 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Admission to Program, students must have been accepted in the College Achievement Program.
Students identify how personal challenges (including reading and writing skills) affect academic performance, develop strategies to address these challenges, and assess effectiveness of adopted strategies.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30473 3.0 Lec F 01:10pm - 04:05pm IDC 220 30 18 0 0 Jody Millward 08/23-12/11 16

ENT - Entrepreneurship

ENT 201 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3 Units)

Course Advisories: BUS 101.
Introductory course intended to provide students with an overview of the vital role of entrepreneurs and the innovative process in the 21st century global economy. Students examine the underpinnings of entrepreneurship and innovation as each relates to the creative process. An applied approach is utilized to explore the interfaces between creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 36073 3.0 Lec M 05:30pm - 08:35pm BC 228 28 19 0 0 Julie Samson 08/23-12/11 16

ENVS - Environmental Studies

ENVS 115L - Environmental Geology Laboratory (1 Unit)

Corequisite: ENVS 115 or ERTH 115.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Laboratory approach to topics covered in ENVST 115, with emphasis on rock and mineral identification, hazard assessment, geologic resource management, and land use planning. In-lab field trips.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOL 130L.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
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CLOSED 30409 1.0 Lab T 11:05am - 02:10pm EBS 123 24 15 0 0 Sabina Thomas 08/23-12/11 16

ENVS 116 - Energy and Natural Resources (3 Units)

Study of formation, exploration, development and judicious use of natural resources in relation to present and future energy requirements, including electricity, conservation, fossil fuels, solar, geothermal, nuclear and hydrogen. Required of Environmental Studies majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 34995 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 102 36 18 0 0 Bill Dinklage 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH - Earth and Planetary Sciences

ERTH 101 - Introductory Astronomy (3 Units)

Skills Advisory: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Non-mathematical presentation of knowledge of the universe. Includes birth and death of stars, formation of the solar system, black holes, quasars, the fourth dimension, and the fate of the universe. Also considered are common phenomena such as eclipses, the motion of the planets and their moons, comets, and meteors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ERTH 101 and ERTH 101H combined: Maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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CLOSED 30373 3.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am PS 101 130 81 0 0 Sean Kelly 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 30374 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am PS 101 130 118 0 0 Sean Kelly 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH 106 - Black Holes and the Universe (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ERTH 101 or 101H.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Basic introduction to relativity, cosmology, quantum mechanics, string theory, black holes, time travel, higher dimensions and other abstract theories of the universe. Provides students with a broad-based overview of these physics theories and allows them to explore various current topics in astronomy.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 34379 3.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am PS 128 50 15 0 0 Sean Kelly 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH 111 - Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ERTH 111L and 131 or 132.
Introduction to the physical development of the Earth. Emphasis on earth materials (rocks and minerals), hydrologic processes, tectonic process (plate tectonics, earthquakes, mountain building and volcanism) and structures (folds, faults). Current theories on structure and evolution of the earth are discussed. Designed for both non-science majors and earth science majors. Required of all Geology majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOL 100.), CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ERTH 111 and 111H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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CLOSED 30379 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 102 50 18 0 0 Kristen Sneddon 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH 111L - Dynamic Earth - Physical Geology Laboratory (1 Unit)

Corequisites: ERTH 111 (prior to or concurrently) or ERTH 111H (concurrently).
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Laboratory approach to earth materials and processes, including rock and mineral identification and interpretation, plate tectonic rock cycle, topographic map and aerial photo interpretation, structural geology (folds and faults), geologic cross sections and geologic maps. Activities include four field trips to local areas of geologic interest. Required of all Geology majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOL 100L.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30381 1.0 Lab W 02:15pm - 05:20pm EBS 123 24 16 0 0 Kristen Sneddon 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH 114 - The Geology of California (3 Units)

Landscapes of California interpreted by introductory plate tectonics. Volcanism, earthquakes, and other processes are studied in relation to features of the geomorphic provinces of the state. Provinces include the Sierra Nevada, Coast Ranges, Transverse Ranges, Cascades, Klamath Mountains, Modoc Plateau, Central Valley, Mojave, and the Basin and Range. Appropriate for science and non-science majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43738 3.0 Lec F 09:00am - 12:00pm EBS 102 20 15 0 0 Stephanie Mendes 10/22-12/03 7
Lec S 08:00am - 05:00pm EBS 102 10/30-11/20

ERTH 115L - Environmental Geology Laboratory (1 Unit)

Corequisites: ERTH 115/ENVS 115.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Laboratory approach to topics covered in ENVS 115, with emphasis on rock and mineral identification, hazard assessment, geologic resource management, and land use planning. In-lab field trips.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOL 130L.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
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CLOSED 33814 1.0 Lab T 11:05am - 02:10pm EBS 123 24 4 0 0 Sabina Thomas 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH 116 - Energy and Natural Resources (3 Units)

Study of formation, exploration, development and judicious use of natural resources in relation to present and future energy requirements, including electricity, conservation, fossil fuels, solar, geothermal, nuclear and hydrogen. Required of Environmental Studies majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 34994 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 102 36 3 0 0 Bill Dinklage 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH 125 - Mineralogy and Resources (5 Units)

Skills Advisories: MATH 4 and ENG 103.
Course Advisories: ERTH 111 or ERTH 112 and CHEM 101.
Introduction to the identification and basic concepts of mineralogy, emphasizing crystallography, crystal chemistry, mineral chemistry, paragenesis of economic minerals and plate tectonics of mineral resources. A portion of the course is devoted to optical mineralogy. Hand-identification of minerals stressed.
Hours: 162 (54 lecture,108 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ERTH 125 and 232B combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30388 5.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am EBS 115 15 6 0 0 Bill Dinklage 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 02:15pm - 05:20pm EBS 115 08/23-12/11

ERTH 141 - Physical Geography (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
A spatial study of Earth's dynamic physical systems and processes. Interrelationships between the basic elements of the physical and human environments are examined, including geology (plate tectonics; volcanoes and earthquakes), geomorphology (formation and modification of landforms; river, coastal, and glacial processes), meteorology (Earth's atmosphere; weather and climate), and hydrology (water on Earth).
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOG 110, GEOG 115.), CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30395 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 130 60 7 0 0 Geordie Armstrong 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH 141L - Physical Geography Laboratory (1 Unit)

Corequisites: ERTH 141/GEOG 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Laboratory approach to a combination of earth science disciplines, including cartography, geology, geomorphology, meteorology and oceanography. Remote sensing techniques are utilized in 75% of laboratory activities.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOG 111, GEOG 115.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30396 1.0 Lab M 02:15pm - 05:20pm EBS 123 16 4 0 0 Danielle D'Alfonso 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 30397 1.0 Lab W 07:55am - 11:00am EBS 123 16 3 0 0 Danielle D'Alfonso 08/23-12/11 16

ERTH 151L - Introductory Physical Oceanography Laboratory (1 Unit)

Corequisites: ERTH 151.
Designed for students desiring a broadly-based analysis of the physical aspects of the oceans. Study of the origin of the continents and oceans, marine geology, chemistry of seawater, currents, waves, tides and the ocean environment. Required of Marine Science majors.
Hours: 56 (56 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
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CLOSED 30400 1.0 Lab M 11:05am - 02:10pm EBS 123 24 19 0 0 Stephanie Mendes 08/23-12/11 16

FIN - Finance

FIN 100 - Personal Money Management (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Proficiency in MATH 004 and eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Thorough introduction to all areas of personal financial planning, including financial goal-setting, budgeting, consumer credit, taxes, insurance, investing, housing, retirement and estate planning. Emphasis on planning and budgeting to satisfy immediate needs and achieve long-term goals.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 36820 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 226 23 19 0 0 Rosie Thompson 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 37417 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 226 23 19 0 0 Rosie Thompson 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED CW 43752 3.0 Lec 8 hours/week ONLINE 23 16 0 0 Rosie Thompson 11/01-12/11 6
Lec R 05:30pm - 07:30pm BC 301 11/04-11/04
Lec R 05:30pm - 07:30pm BC 301 11/18-11/18
Lec R 05:30pm - 07:30pm BC 301 12/02-12/02

FP - Film and Television Production

FP 114 - Non-Linear Editing I (3 Units)

Overview of desktop non-linear video editing, including acquiring digital video and combining and editing source material to create complete digital movies. Topics include basic editing techniques, adding and altering audio, titling, and outputting a finished digital file.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31799 3.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:00am A 172 16 12 5 0 Osiris Castaneda 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 09:05am - 10:20am A 172 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 33383 3.0 Lec T 05:00pm - 07:00pm A 172 25 8 5 0 Stephen Davega 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T 07:10pm - 10:05pm A 172 08/23-12/11

FP 170 - Cinematography I (3 Units)

Introduction to video camera operation and lighting, covering technical and aesthetic issues of studio and location shooting. Technical issues include digital and analog video cameras, lenses and tape formats, lighting and grip equipment. Aesthetic topics focus on using composition, color, light and shadow to create an appropriate look and feel for a scene.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31803 3.0 Lec R 10:30am - 12:30pm H 237 16 11 6 0 Curtis Bieber 08/23-12/11 16
Lab R 12:35pm - 03:20pm H 237 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 31804 3.0 Lec M W 01:00pm - 02:00pm H 237 16 13 5 0 Curtis Bieber 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 02:05pm - 03:20pm H 237 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 43379 3.0 Lec F 10:30am - 12:20pm H 237 0 0 0 0 Curtis Bieber 08/23-12/11 16
Lab F 12:25pm - 03:20pm H 237 08/23-12/11

FP 175 - Film and Video Production I (3 Units)

Introduction to the film and video production process, including scripting, story-boarding, pre-production planning, budgeting, casting, shooting, lighting, sound and editing in both studio and location settings. Students write, produce, direct and edit a personal project and participate in group assignments and projects.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 34986 3.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:00am H 237 16 17 5 0 Stephen Davega 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 09:05am - 10:20am H 237 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 35320 3.0 Lec T 10:30am - 12:30pm H 237 16 12 5 0 Stephen Davega 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T 12:35pm - 03:20pm H 237 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 35758 3.0 Lec M W 06:00pm - 07:00pm H 237 16 12 5 0 Ted Mills 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 07:05pm - 08:20pm H 237 08/23-12/11

FP 178 - Documentary Filmmaking (3 Units)

Course Advisories: FP 175.
Develop storytelling and video production skills through nonfiction filmmaking. Focusing on structure, technique, technical skills and the creative process, students explore documentary history, learn the tools, and push beyond the limits of time and resources. Refine your ability to reach an audience and meet your objectives. Students produce a number of short films.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 36410 3.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 11:30am H 237 16 14 5 0 Osiris Castaneda 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 11:35am - 12:50pm H 237 08/23-12/11

FP 181 - Production Sound for Film and Television (3 Units)

Focuses on the techniques, processes, and equipment of production sound including location and studio recording. Covers dialogue, atmosphere, room tone, Foley, ADR, voice over, sound effects, and the synchronization, recording and editing of digital audio to picture.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 33773 3.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:00am A 172 16 18 9 0 Stephen Davega 08/23-12/11 16
Lab T R 09:05am - 10:20am H 237 08/23-12/11

FP 279 - Motion Graphics and Compositing (3 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: FP 114 or MAT 131.
Motion graphics, compositing and 2D animation theory and practice for film and video applications, including both technical and aesthetic issues. Current industry trends and styles are examined.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 42941 3.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 11:30am A 172 16 12 5 0 Curtis Bieber 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M W 11:40am - 12:50pm TBA 08/23-12/11

FS - Film and Media Studies

FS 101 - Introduction to Film Studies (3 Units)

Introduction to one of the most powerful cultural and artistic mediums of our time: cinema. Focuses on the aesthetics, history, literature and creative techniques, as well as the depiction of social cultures, history and values in film. Lectures, discussions and reading are supplemented by the screening of representative films.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (FS 101 and 101H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 31811 3.0 Lec M 12:45pm - 02:50pm BC FORUM 35 32 0 0 Michael Stinson 08/23-12/11 16
Lab 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 31812 3.0 Lec M 03:00pm - 05:05pm BC FORUM 35 31 0 0 Michael Stinson 08/23-12/11 16
Lab 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 37238 3.0 Lec T 03:00pm - 05:05pm BC FORUM 35 36 0 0 Roger Durling 08/23-12/11 16
Lab 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 39139 3.0 Lec T 12:45pm - 02:55pm BC FORUM 35 33 0 0 Michael Stinson 08/23-12/11 16
Lab 2 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 41010 3.0 Lec W 12:45pm - 02:50pm BC FORUM 35 34 0 0 Michael Stinson 08/23-12/11 16
Lab 1.6 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 42117 3.0 Lec W 03:00pm - 05:05pm BC FORUM 35 32 0 0 Michael Stinson 08/23-12/11 16
Lab 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

GDP - Graphic Design and Photography

GDP 111 - Introduction to Graphic Design (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 103.
Starting point for those studying Graphic Design. Students are introduced to industry software applications to create basic page layouts. Topics include overview of the commercial print industry, image preparation, basic layout design and typography principles, color modes and file preparation for print. Student assignments encompass both design creativity and technical skills. Recommended to take concurrent with GDP110 Media Design.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (GDP 111, GDP 114 and GDP 212 combined: maximum credit, 6 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 36956 3.0 Lec 2.5 hours/week ONLINE 15 12 0 0 Madeleine Ignon 08/23-10/15 16
Lec R 03:50pm - 05:50pm A 171 10/18-12/11
Lab 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

GDP 113 - Typography (3 Units)

Develops the student's understanding of the effective use of type. Emphasis is on the use of typography in graphic design. Topics include the history of type, aesthetic qualities of letter forms, anatomy of the letter, typefaces and style and compositional arrangement. Best if taken after, or in conjunction with GDP111.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 37894 3.0 Lec 2.5 hours/week ONLINE 15 14 0 0 Madeleine Ignon 08/23-10/15 16
Lec R 01:00pm - 03:20pm A 171 10/18-12/11
Lab 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

GDP 212 - Graphic Design II (3 Units)

Prerequisite: GDP 111.
Course Advisories: GDP 114.
Advanced studies and projects in graphic design. Students explore the creative process in developing ads and promotions for print and other media. Emphasis is on concepts, content and design.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (GDP 111, GDP 114 and GDP 212 combined: maximum credit, 6 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 37403 3.0 Lec 1.5 hours/week ONLINE 10 8 5 0 James Van Arsdale 08/23-10/15 16
Lec T 10:00am - 12:50pm A 171 10/18-12/11
Lab 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

GEOG - Geography

GEOG 101 - Physical Geography (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
A spatial study of Earth's dynamic physical systems and processes. Interrelationships between the basic elements of the physical and human environments are examined, including geology (plate tectonics; volcanoes and earthquakes), geomorphology (formation and modification of landforms; river, coastal, and glacial processes), meteorology (Earth's atmosphere; weather and climate), and hydrology (water on Earth).
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOG 110, GEOG 115.), CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 33833 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 130 60 43 0 0 Geordie Armstrong 08/23-12/11 16

GEOG 101L - Physical Geography Laboratory (1 Unit)

Corequisites: GEOG 101/ERTH 141.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Laboratory approach to a combination of earth science disciplines, including cartography, geology, geomorphology, meteorology and oceanography. Remote sensing techniques are utilized in 75% of laboratory activities.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOG 111, GEOG 115.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 33834 1.0 Lab M 02:15pm - 05:20pm EBS 123 16 13 0 0 Danielle D'Alfonso 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 33835 1.0 Lab W 07:55am - 11:00am EBS 123 16 7 0 0 Danielle D'Alfonso 08/23-12/11 16

GEOG 102 - Human Geography (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
An interpretation of the cultural elements of the geographic landscape and the study of human's changing relationship with the environment. Investigates culture and human processes as seen in global patterns of population and migration patterns, language, religion, political and economic systems, urbanization, and human impact on the physical world.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOG 120.), CSUGE Area D5, IGETC Area 4E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31518 3.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 102 50 33 0 0 Geordie Armstrong 08/23-12/11 16

HE - Health Education

HE 104 - Introduction to Athletic Injuries (3 Units)

Course Advisories: BIOL 100 or BMS 100.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 103.
Teaches students interested in allied health professions, coaching or personal enhancement the methods of prevention, recognition and care of sports-related injuries through lecture and hands-on experience. Comprehension of injury-causing mechanisms, the resulting pathology, protective taping/wrapping and an awareness of the duties of the athletic trainer are emphasized.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (HE 103, HE 104, HE 108 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 36840 3.0 Lec F 08:00am - 11:05am PE 217 35 15 0 0 Susan Houlihan-Davis 08/23-12/11 16

HIST - History

HIST 101 - History of the U.S. to 1877 (3 Units)

Analysis of United States social, economic, political and institutional developments from the first European settlements through Reconstruction.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (HIST 130.), CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D6, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4F, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E2
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CLOSED 31528 3.0 Lec T R 09:30am - 10:50am WCC 117 31 20 0 0 Rick Wolf 08/23-12/11 16

HIST 102 - History of the U.S. Since 1865 (3 Units)

Analysis of United States social, economic and institutional developments from 1865 to the present.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (HIST 140.), CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D6, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4F, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (HIST 102 and 102H combined: maximum credit, one course)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E2
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 42923 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 202 31 24 0 0 Rick Wolf 08/23-12/11 16

HIST 103 - History of Western Civilization (3 Units)

Analysis and discussion of major ideas, attitudes and events that have shaped the Western mind and the structure of Western civilization. Emphasis on the relationship of ideas to their historical context. Traces civilization from the ancient world through the development of the nation-state system to 1660.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (HIST 170.), CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D6, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4F, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31533 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 117 31 26 5 0 David Elliott 08/23-12/11 16

HIST 104 - History of Western Civilization (3 Units)

Analysis and discussion of major ideas, attitudes and events that have shaped the Western mind and the structure of Western civilization. Emphasis on the relationship of ideas to their historical context. Surveys Western civilization from the era of Louis XIV to the present.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (HIST 180.), CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D6, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4F, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (HIST 104 and 113H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31536 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 117 31 27 5 0 David Elliott 08/23-12/11 16

ID - Interior Design

ID 104 - Materials And Installations (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 1 or MATH 41.
Introduction to the materials and installation processes common to the field of interior design. Includes residential and commercial applications. Emphasizes procurement, pricing and manufacturers' specifications.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30153 3.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 09:05pm OE 12 20 17 5 0 Michelle Beamer 08/23-12/11 16

ID 105 - Kitchen And Bathroom Design (3 Units)

Corequisites: DRFT 120.
Course Advisories: ART 140 and DRFT 124.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 1 or MATH 41.
Study of kitchen and bathroom design in a residential setting. Thorough analysis of kitchen shapes, layouts, construction, space plans, materials, products, lighting and accessories. Forty kitchen design guidelines identified. Emphasis on plans, cabinet measurements, traffic paths and work triangles. Special emphasis on barrier-free designs in kitchens and baths.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 38023 3.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm OE 12 20 10 5 0 Ivonne Ibarra 08/23-12/11 16

ID 290 - Work Experience In Interior Design (1-4 Units)

Prerequisite: ID 101 or ID 102 or ID 103 or ID 104 or ID 105.
Corequisite: ID 100.
Work experience on a job/project directly related to interior design, to acquire skills and attitudes to enter and/or progress in interior design occupation. Students have been enrolled in at least one class (other than Work Experience) in their major, plus have a major-related work experience station.
Hours: 300 (300 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43427 1.0 4.3 hours/week TBA 10 0 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43428 2.0 9.4 hours/week TBA 10 0 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43429 3.0 12.8 hours/week TBA 10 0 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43430 4.0 18.7 hours/week TBA 10 1 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 08/23-12/11 16

JOUR - Journalism

JOUR 101 - Reporting/Writing I (3 Units)

Course Advisories: COMP 151AB.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Introduction to gathering, organizing and writing news in journalistic style across multiple platforms. Includes role of the journalist and related legal and ethical issues. Students report and write based on original interviews and research to produce news content. Experiences may include covering speeches, meetings and other events, writing under deadline and using AP Style.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (JOUR 110.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30686 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am H 111 22 17 0 0 Darleen Principe 08/23-12/11 16

JOUR 121 - The Channels: Reporting/Writing (3 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: JOUR 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Students develop and write news stories and packages for SBCC's student news website. They are assigned a campus "beat" and generate news and feature articles, working on assignment from the Editorial Board. Deadlines and ethical, professional behavior stressed.
Hours: 52 (52 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (JOUR 130.), CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 30688 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm ECC 20 20 5 0 0 Darleen Principe 08/23-12/11 16

JOUR 122A - The Channels: Newswriting and Editing (4 Units)

Prerequisite: JOUR 121.
Students write and edit articles and multimedia packages for SBCC's student news publications. They edit content for grammatical correctness, accuracy, completeness and style. They write headlines, cutlines, and insert navigational hyperlinks. Deadlines and ethical, professional behavior stressed.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (JOUR 131, JOUR 210.), CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 36987 4.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm ECC 20 20 0 0 0 Darleen Principe 08/23-12/11 16
Lab F 11:15am - 02:20pm ECC 15 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 38073 4.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm ECC 20 20 0 0 0 Darleen Principe 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M 11:15am - 02:20pm ECC 15 08/23-12/11

JOUR 122B - The Channels: Editing and Publishing (4 Units)

Prerequisites: JOUR 122A.
Students publish content for SBCC's student news publications. They prepare all content for press and online distribution, promote via social media, and monitor the online news site. Deadlines and ethical, professional behavior stressed.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 37392 4.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm ECC 20 20 0 0 0 Darleen Principe 08/23-12/11 16
Lab F 11:15am - 02:20pm ECC 15 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 38074 4.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm ECC 20 20 2 0 0 Darleen Principe 08/23-12/11 16
Lab M 11:15am - 02:20pm ECC 15 08/23-12/11

JOUR 215A - The Channels: Section Editor (1 Unit)

Prerequisite: JOUR 101 and JOUR 121.
Corequisite: JOUR 122A and JOUR 123A or JOUR 123B.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Students plan, assign and coordinate coverage for specific sections of The Channels. Sections are news, art and entertainment, features, opinion and sports. They oversee staffing and policy issues, and serve as the public face of The Channels to the campus and local community.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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CLOSED 36992 1.0 Lab W 11:15am - 02:20pm ECC 15 10 2 0 0 Darleen Principe 08/23-12/11 16

JOUR 215C - The Channels: Publication Manager (1 Unit)

Prerequisites: JOUR 215B.
Limitation on Enrollment: A limited number of these top editorial positions are available. Enrollment must be recommended by the faculty adviser.
Course Advisories: ENG 110, ENG 110H.
Student editors manage The Channels editorial operations and provide general oversight of the website and its traffic. They continue to work with the Editorial Board to plan, assign and coordinate news content.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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CLOSED 43716 1.0 Lab W 11:15am - 02:20pm ECC 15 10 2 0 0 Darleen Principe 08/23-12/11 16

MAT - Multimedia Arts and Technologies

MAT 118 - 2-D Animation techniques (3 Units)

Students will develop stronger skills in 2-D digital Animation. We will work with timing, storytelling, audio syncing, stop-motion, rotoscope and matting techniques. We will explore and recognize styles and techniques, incorporate both vector-based and bitmap graphics, and integrate photographic and video material.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 38944 3.0 Lab R 10:30am - 12:50pm A 171 16 8 0 0 Alejandra Jarabo 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

MATH - Mathematics

MATH 107 - Intermediate Algebra (5 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 095 or MATH 007C or or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Second course in algebra, including algebraic manipulation of polynomials, rational expressions, exponents, radicals, linear equations, ratio and proportion, inequalities, word problems, quadratic equations, systems of linear and quadratic equations. An introduction to functions and nonlinear equations. Exponential and logarithmic functions and their applications.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 42050 5.0 Lec M W 01:00pm - 03:20pm IDC 207 21 16 0 0 Peter Rojas 08/23-12/11 16

MATH 117 - Elementary Statistics (4 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 107 or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
General education mathematics course. Introduction to design of experiments, descriptive statistics and sampling distributions. Central Limit Theorem, statistical inference, confidence interval estimation, tests of hypotheses, correlation and linear regression, categorical variables, Chi-square, one-way ANOVA, and multiple comparisons procedure.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MATH 110.), CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (MATH 117, PSY 150 and SOC 125 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 36477 4.0 Lec M W 03:00pm - 05:05pm IDC 206 21 21 0 0 Hoda Kerissa 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 36619 4.0 Lec M W 05:30pm - 07:35pm IDC 206 21 19 0 0 Hoda Kerissa 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 38412 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:50pm BC 301 21 18 0 0 Christopher Ahlman 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 38660 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:50pm IDC 207 21 23 0 0 Christopher Ahlman 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED CW 41155 4.0 Lec T 10:30am - 12:35pm IDC 111 21 14 0 0 Pam Guenther 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.8 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 41156 4.0 Lec W 10:30am - 12:35pm IDC 215 21 16 0 0 Pam Guenther 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.8 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED CW 41157 4.0 Lec R 10:30am - 12:35pm IDC 218 21 15 0 0 Pam Guenther 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.8 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 41161 4.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:35pm IDC 206 21 21 0 0 Mohammed Elhakimi 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41173 4.0 Lec M W 03:30pm - 05:35pm IDC 217 21 18 0 0 Chinh Tran 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41174 4.0 Lec M W 01:00pm - 03:05pm IDC 217 21 19 0 0 Chinh Tran 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41296 4.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:35pm IDC 207 21 16 0 0 Christopher Ahlman 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED CW 43564 4.0 Lec T 01:00pm - 03:05pm IDC 111 21 16 0 0 Pam Guenther 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11
CLOSED 43653 4.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 12:35pm BC 301 21 21 0 0 Christopher Ahlman 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED CW 43672 4.0 Lec W 01:00pm - 03:05pm IDC 215 21 16 0 0 Pam Guenther 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 2 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

MATH 130 - Calculus for Biological Sciences, Social Sciences and Business I (5 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 137 or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 103.
Calculus of one variable, limits, continuity, differentiation, Riemann approximations, definite and indefinite integrals; introduction to integration techniques, exponential and logarithmic functions, curve-sketching, maxima/minima problems, and related rates and applications.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MATH 140.), CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (MATH 130 and MATH 150 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31152 5.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:50pm IDC 217 21 19 0 0 Yen Kuang Chou 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 37873 5.0 Lec T R 03:30pm - 05:50pm IDC 215 21 16 0 0 Peter Rojas 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41187 5.0 Lec T R 10:00am - 12:20pm IDC 215 21 20 0 0 Peter Rojas 08/23-12/11 16

MATH 137 - College Algebra (5 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 107 or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 103.
Extensive treatment of functions and graphing techniques, including translations, symmetries, reflections, and graphs of inverse functions. Analysis and applications of polynomial, rational, absolute value, exponential and logarithmic functions. Systems of equations and inequalities, conics, and sequences and series.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (MATH 137 and MATH 138 combined: maximum credit, 5 semester/7.5 quarter units. No credit for MATH 137 or H 138 if taken after MATH 130 or MATH 150.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 41233 5.0 Lec T R 01:00pm - 03:20pm IDC 217 21 19 0 0 Yen Kuang Chou 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41237 5.0 Lec T R 01:00pm - 03:20pm IDC 107 21 15 0 0 Rachid Labgaa 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41292 5.0 Lec T R 03:30pm - 05:50pm IDC 207 21 14 0 0 Daniel Ary 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 42111 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 10:20am IDC 216 21 18 0 0 Daniel Giles 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 42112 5.0 Lec T R 01:00pm - 03:20pm IDC 216 21 21 0 0 Daniel Giles 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43556 5.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:50pm IDC 107 21 8 0 0 Rachid Labgaa 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 43604 5.0 Lec T R 03:30pm - 05:50pm IDC 216 21 16 0 0 Daniel Giles 08/23-12/11 16

MATH 150 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 138 or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 103.
Limits, derivatives and integrals of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. Differentials and applications of the derivative.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MATH 210.), CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (MATH 130 and 150 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 39990 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 10:20am IDC 218 21 19 0 0 Jim Kruidenier 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 40675 5.0 Lec T R 01:00pm - 03:20pm IDC 218 21 19 0 0 Jim Kruidenier 08/23-12/11 16

MATH 160 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 150.
Techniques of integration; applications of definite integrals; polar and parametric equations; sequences and infinite series; introduction to differential equations and to vectors.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MATH 220.), CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (MATH 131 and 160 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31170 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 10:20am IDC 215 21 17 0 0 Daniel Giles 08/23-12/11 16
CLOSED 41272 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 10:20am IDC 218 21 16 0 0 Chinh Tran 08/23-12/11 16

MATH 180 - Transition to Advanced Mathematics (3 Units)

Prerequisite: MATH 160.
Designed to introduce students to the rigors of advanced mathematics courses, with an emphasis on reading and writing proofs. Topics include set theory and logic, relations, functions, induction, countable and uncountable sets, the Heine-Borel Theorem and the Bolzano-Weierstrass Theorem. Some elementary group theory and/or topology is covered.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 43274 3.0 Lec W 11:10am - 12:30pm IDC 218 21 4 0 0 Jamie Campbell 08/23-12/11 16
Lec 1.7 hours/week ONLINE 08/23-12/11

MATH 210 - Linear Algebra (4 Units)

Prerequisites: Math 160.
Finite dimensional vector spaces, linear independence, basis, systems of linear equations, linear transformations, matrices, LU factorization, change of basis, similarity of matrices, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, applications, quadratic forms, symmetric and orthogonal matrices, canonical forms, and introduction to infinite dimensional vector spaces.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MATH 250.), CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 41205 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:50pm IDC 218 21 17 0 0 Jim Kruidenier 08/23-12/11 16

MDT - Marine Diving Technologies

MDT 101 - Information and Introduction to Marine Diving Technology (.3 Unit)

Overview of marine diving and the SBCC Marine Diving Technologies modular curriculum. Assessment of swimming, diving and mathematical skills. Primary purpose is to provide information on the modular concepts, equipment requirements, fees and application process required for enrollment in the MDT Program.
Hours: 8 (5 lecture,3 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31020 0.3 Lec W 07:00am - 09:50am MTBLDG 25 22 0 0 Geoff Thielst 08/18-08/18 1
Lab W 10:30am - 03:10pm MTBLDG 08/18-08/18

MDT 104 - Fundamentals and Practices of Diving (2 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Modular study of diving physics, physiology, dive planning and safety. Stresses the importance of environmental and equipment-related situations. Computations utilizing various decompression profiles emphasized.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31021 2.0 Lec W 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 25 18 0 0 Larissa Ormonde 08/25-10/13 8
Lec F 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 08/27-10/08
Lec F 06:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 10/15-10/15

MDT 105 - Advanced Scuba Techniques (1.7 Units)

Corequisites: MDT 101.
Practical application of Scuba diving techniques and skill building in the confined water and open ocean environments.
Hours: 60 (16 lecture,44 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Mandatory Field Trip for $120.00 including transportation and incidentals. Scholarships are available. Includes Certification for $20.00.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31022 1.7 Lec T 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 13 8 0 0 Larissa Ormonde 08/24-10/12 9
Lab T 09:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 08/24-10/12
Lab F 05:00am - 04:50pm MTBLDG 10/22-10/22
CLOSED 40237 1.7 Lec R 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 12 7 0 0 Larissa Ormonde 08/26-10/14 9
Lab R 09:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 08/26-10/14
Lab F 05:00am - 04:50pm MTBLDG 10/22-10/22

MDT 107 - Hyperbaric Chamber Operations (1.5 Units)

Corequisites: MDT 101.
Theoretical and practical application of hyperbaric chambers and treatment of diving and non-diving related accidents. Hands-on practice utilizing department's recompression chamber facility is the focus of laboratory activities.
Hours: 48 (16 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Includes Certification for $25.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43086 1.5 Lec W 11:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 13 7 0 0 Geoff Thielst 10/20-12/08 8
Lab W 07:00am - 10:50am MTBLDG 10/20-12/08
CLOSED 43087 1.5 Lec W 11:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 12 8 0 0 Geoff Thielst 10/20-12/08 8
Lab W 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 10/20-12/08

MDT 108 - Rigging (1 Unit)

Corequisites: MDT 101.
Introduction to and practical application of basic rigging techniques, including knots, splices, block and tackle, and marlin spike.
Hours: 40 (8 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31031 1.0 Lec M 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 13 9 0 0 Dan Vasey 08/23-10/18 9
Lab M 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 08/23-10/18
CLOSED 40241 1.0 Lec M 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 12 11 0 0 Dan Vasey 08/23-10/18 9
Lab M 08:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 08/23-10/18

MDT 109 - Seamanship and Small Boat Handling (1.5 Units)

Corequisites: MDT 101.
Modular study and application of small boat handling, maritime rules of the road and navigational principles and practices.
Hours: 48 (16 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 43606 1.5 Lec T 07:00am - 08:50am MDT 13 0 0 0 Dan Vasey 10/19-12/07 8
Lab T 09:00am - 01:00pm MDT 10/19-12/07
CLOSED 43607 1.5 Lec T 07:00am - 08:50am MDT 12 0 0 0 Dan Vasey 10/19-12/07 8
Lab T 01:00pm - 05:00pm MDT 10/19-12/07

MDT 111 - First Aid For The Diving Professional (1.3 Units)

Modular certification program in oxygen administration, first aid for hazardous marine life injuries CPR and AED use, with emphasis as a first responder to diving-related accidents. Certification available through appropriate agencies, which include, American Red Cross and the Divers Alert Network (DAN).
Hours: 24 (24 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Includes Certification for $50.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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CLOSED 31035 1.3 Lec T 01:00pm - 06:50pm MTBLDG 12 11 0 0 Charles Schonder 09/21-10/12 4
CLOSED 39660 1.3 Lec R 01:00pm - 06:50pm MTBLDG 12 8 0 0 Charles Schonder 09/23-10/14 4

MDT 112 - Introduction To Marine Welding (1.1 Units)

Introductory module on the theory, practical application and procedures of cutting and welding in the topside environment. Skills are acquired and developed in welding shop environment. Prepares students for MDT 145 which is taught in the welding booth and underwater training tank.
Hours: 40 (8 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31038 1.1 Lec M 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 13 10 0 0 Dan Vasey 10/25-12/06 7
Lec F 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 11/05-11/05
Lab M 08:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 10/25-12/06
Lab F 08:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 11/05-11/05
CLOSED 40261 1.1 Lec M 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 12 7 0 0 Dan Vasey 10/25-12/06 7
Lec F 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 11/05-11/05
Lab M 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 10/25-12/06
Lab F 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 11/05-11/05

MDT 140 - Principles Of Surface-Supplied Diving (1 Unit)

Corequisites: MDT 105.
Limitation on Enrollment: Must be a certified diver by a nationally recognized scuba diving agency.
Introductory module which exposes students to the various types of diving apparatus and procedures in confined water training tanks. Emphasis on tending, dress-in and operational procedures which parallel a surface-supplied diving operation.
Hours: 40 (8 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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CLOSED 31041 1.0 Lec R 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 13 8 0 0 Dan Vasey 10/21-12/09 8
Lec F 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 11/12-11/19
Lab W 07:00am - 10:50am MTBLDG 10/20-12/08
CLOSED 40262 1.0 Lec R 07:00am - 07:50am MDT 12 7 0 0 Dan Vasey 10/21-12/09 8
Lab W 01:00pm - 04:50pm MDT 10/21-12/08

MDT 141 - Commercial Diving Equipment (1.5 Units)

Corequisites: MDT 101.
Course presents principles of operation and maintenance as applied to diesel engines, diving compressors and pneumatic tools. Particular emphasis placed upon identification of the various fittings used in an industrial environment. In addition, the maintenance and repair practices and procedures relating to surface-supplied diving head gear and diving umbilicals are presented and applied.
Hours: 48 (16 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 31044 1.5 Lec W 10:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 13 8 0 0 Dan Vasey 08/25-10/13 8
Lab W 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 08/25-10/13
CLOSED 40329 1.5 Lec W 10:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 12 7 0 0 Dan Vasey 08/25-10/13 8
Lab R 07:00am - 10:50am MTBLDG 08/26-10/14

MDT 148 - Hydraulics I (.74 Unit)

Corequisites: MDT 101.
Study of industrial fluid power mechanics with a practical laboratory component as related to marine equipment. Emphasis placed upon schematic design, interpretation and the role of hydraulic equipment and control systems as applied to subsea work systems, tools and work class remotely-operated vehicles.
Hours: 24 (8 lecture,16 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
CLOSED 43088 0.7 Lec R 08:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 13 11 0 0 Dan Vasey 10/21-12/09 8
Lec F 08:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 11/12-11/19
Lab R 09:00am - 10:50am MTBLDG 10/21-12/09
Lab F 09:00am - 10:50am MTBLDG 11/12-11/19
CLOSED 43089 0.7 Lec R 08:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 12 9 0 0 Dan Vasey 10/21-12/09 8
Lec F 08:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 11/12-11/19
Lab R 11:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 10/21-12/09
Lab F 11:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 11/12-11/19

MDT 190 - Assessment And Development Of Diving Competence (1 Unit)

Introductory module designed to enhance student knowledge of diverse employment opportunities in field of commercial diving. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement mandated orientation and safety training.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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CLOSED 37242 1.0 Lec F 09:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 25 19 0 0 Geoff Thielst 08/27-10/01 6

MGMT - Management

MGMT 101 - Introduction To Management (3 Units)

Course Advisories: BUS 101.
Examines the basic management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Included is an examination of key management concepts involving strategic planning, decision-making, organizational behavior, ethics and social responsibility, team building, diversity, and the role of manager as leader.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 36078 3.0 Lec T R 09:30am - 10:50am BC 228 23 15 5 0 Kristin Frascella 08/23-12/11 16

MKT - Marketing

MKT 101 - Introduction to Marketing (3 Units)

Examines the critical role of marketing in customer-driven marketplaces. Topics covered include marketing research, customer-driven marketing, marketing strategies for profit businesses, as well as not-for-profit businesses and institutions. Includes advertising as well as the many other elements of promotion. Course material is reinforced with the use of marketing computer simulation.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 42953 3.0 Lec W 05:30pm - 08:30pm BC 226 23 19 0 0 Robert Brown 08/23-12/11 16

MKT 209 - International Marketing (3 Units)

Course Advisories: MKT 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Theory and practice of marketing on an international scale. Presents information on the global nature of the marketing process and its impact on the effectiveness of firms entering a different market. Special emphasis is placed on economic and business systems throughout the world. Provides information about the Pacific Rim and EC markets and their development.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 40773 3.0 Lec