Class Schedule Search Results for Spring 2022

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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 OL 67954 4.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/07-05/07 8

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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OPEN 66637 3.0 Lec M 05:30pm - 09:15pm BC 314 24 8 0 0 Carolyn Terry 01/24-05/07 14

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
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED OL 67956 5.0 Lec 7.4 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 02/07-05/07 12

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
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 60918 4.0 Lec 6 hours/week ONLINE 30 8 0 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 02/07-05/07 12
OPEN OL 63909 4.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 35 27 5 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 03/07-05/07 8

ANTH - Anthropology

ANTH 104 - Language and Culture (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Examines the study of language in real-life socio-cultural contexts around the world through the contemporary theory and practice of linguistic anthropology.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 130.), CSUGE Area D1, IGETC Area 4A, 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 68208 3.0 Lec M T W F 10:05am - 11:40am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/28-06/02 10
Lec R 11:15am - 12:25pm SBHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68209 3.0 Lec M T W F 12:15pm - 01:45pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/28-06/02 10
Lec R 01:10pm - 02:05pm SBHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68254 3.0 Lec M T W F 08:30am - 09:55am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/28-06/02 10
Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am SBHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68258 3.0 Lec M T W F 08:30am - 10:00am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/28-06/02 10
Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am SBHS 03/28-06/02

ART - Art

ART 119 - Art Field Studies: Studios, Galleries and Museums (3 Units)

This is a field trip based class. This course will explore various models for a career in the arts to help students with their professional development. We will study the educational and institutional structures that support arts careers. We will investigate the economics and creative opportunities of the studio and non studio models, commercial galleries, artist run spaces, museums etc. This is a hybrid class, an in person and online lecture course, with on and off campus assignments. This class is appropriate for a range of students from the curious to those looking to more actively pursue a career in the arts.
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 67570 3.0 Lec 4.3 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Christopher Ulivo 03/18-05/07 7
Lec F 09:35am - 12:35pm H 221 04/01-04/01
Lec F 09:35am - 06:35pm H 221 04/15-04/15
Lec F 09:35am - 06:35pm H 221 04/22-04/22
Lec F 09:35am - 12:35pm H 221 04/29-04/29

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
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 67393 3.0 Lec M T W R F 02:15pm - 03:15pm SMHS 0 0 0 0 Brice Muschamp 10/27-06/30 16

AUTO 290 - Work Experience In Automotive Service And Technology (1-4 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Supervised automotive employment for students whose career objectives, automotive course studies and employment complement each other. The student must be employed in an occupation directly related to the Automotive major. Must also be enrolled in no less than seven (7) units, including Work Experience.
Hours: 300 (300 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 20 54047 2.0 9.4 hours/week OE 180 10 0 0 0 Russell Granger 01/10-05/07 16

BIOL - Biology

BIOL 130 - Methods in Field Biology (3 Units)

Through weekly field trips and 2-3 weekend field experiences, students study flora and fauna of California using current biological and ecological field research methods, collect and analyze data, demonstrate leadership and group work skills, and write and present a research proposal. Students must be able to hike in rough terrain and carry bulky equipment.
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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OPEN 67856 3.0 Lec F 08:00am - 09:55am EBS 210 19 5 5 0 Adam Green 03/04-05/07 9
Lec 4 hours/week FIELD 04/01-04/03
Lec 4 hours/week FIELD 04/15-04/17
Lab F 10:00am - 01:30pm EBS 210 03/04-05/07
Lab 6 hours/week FIELD 04/01-04/03
Lab 6 hours/week FIELD 04/15-04/17

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 OL 62507 4.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Melissa Moreno 03/07-05/06 8

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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OPEN OL 57108 3.0 Lec 7.7 hours/week ONLINE 35 6 0 0 Julie Brown 01/31-03/19 7
CLOSED CW 67737 3.0 Lec T 05:30pm - 08:40pm BC 228 0 0 0 0 Staff 03/07-05/06 8
Lec 3.3 hours/week ONLINE 03/07-05/06
CLOSED OL 67738 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Julie Brown 03/07-05/06 8
CLOSED OL 67739 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Julie Brown 03/07-05/06 8
OPEN CW 67742 3.0 Lec M 08:00am - 09:20am BC 228 35 5 0 0 Anna Kwong 03/07-05/06 8
Lec 5.1 hours/week ONLINE 03/07-05/06
CLOSED OL 67743 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Susan Block 03/07-05/06 8
CLOSED OL 67744 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Julie Brown 03/07-05/06 8
CLOSED OL 67969 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Susan Block 01/31-03/25 8
CLOSED CW 67971 3.0 M hours/week TBA 0 0 0 0 Staff 01/31-01/31 9
CLOSED OL 68055 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Julie Brown 03/28-05/06 6
CLOSED OL 68146 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Valerie Ellis 03/28-05/06 6

CA - Culinary Arts

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 61795 2.0 Lec M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Donna Barker 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 66509 2.0 Lec M T W R F 10:30am - 11:30am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Donna Barker 10/27-06/30 16

CA 116 - Introduction to the Food Service Profession (2 Units)

Course Advisories: ENG 088.
Introduction to culinary arts and related food service occupations. Describes the history of food and the development of cuisine. The evolution of cuisine from classical to California fusion.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 61793 2.0 Lec M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Donna Barker 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 66539 2.0 Lec M T W R F 02:15pm - 03:15pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Anne Gott 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 66541 2.0 Lec M T W R F 10:30am - 11:30am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Donna Barker 10/27-06/30 16
OPEN OL 67255 2.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 40 8 0 0 Staff 03/05-05/07 8

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
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CLOSED 67453 2.0 Lec M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Anne Gott 10/27-06/30 16
Lab 1.8 hours/week ONLINE 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 67454 2.0 Lec M T W R F 01:00pm - 02:00pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Anne Gott 10/27-06/30 16
Lab 1.9 hours/week SBHS 10/27-06/30

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 61794 2.0 Lec F 08:30am - 10:30am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Donna Barker 03/28-06/02 10
Lab M W 08:30am - 09:50am SMHS 03/28-06/02
Lab T R 09:20am - 10:40am SMHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 67476 2.0 Lab M T W R F 01:00pm - 02:00pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Anne Gott 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 1.1 hours/week ONLINE 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 67477 2.0 Lab M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Anne Gott 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 1.1 hours/week ONLINE 10/27-06/30

CA 295 - Internship In Culinary Arts (4 Units)

Structured experiential learning program in which students gain professional food service skills while participating in a campus organization related to the discipline.
Hours: 192 (192 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 20 67990 4.0 M T W R F 09:30am - 02:30pm JSB 12 0 0 0 Charles Fredericks 03/07-05/07 8

CHST - Chicano Studies

CHST 101 - Mexican-American (Chicano) History In The U.S. (3 Units)

Examines the role of the Mexican-Americans and other Latinos/as in U.S. history. Attention is given to economic, social, political and cultural experiences of Mexican-Americans.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D3, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E2, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 62472 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 23 0 0 Thomas Carrasco 03/07-05/06 8
OPEN OL 66409 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 5 0 0 Thomas Carrasco 03/07-05/06 8

CHST 113 - Introduction to Chicano/Mexican-American Literature (3 Units)

Comprehensive examination of Mexican-American/Chicana and Chicano literary production: poetry, novel, short story, drama, and essay. Examines the literary expression of the Mexican-American/Chicana and Chicano and his/her quest for a rightful place in society.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 64144 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 31 0 0 Melinda Gandara 03/07-05/06 8

CHST 131 - History Of Chicano Art (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Examines the development of the art of the Chicano people, from Pre-Columbian days until the modern period.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
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CLOSED OL 57001 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 40 0 0 Melinda Gandara 03/07-05/06 8

CIS - Computer Information Systems

CIS 101 - Introduction to Computers and Information Systems (4 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Introduction to the role of computer information systems within modern organizations. Topics include hardware and software functions, programming, systems development and networks. Students use computers for programming as well as popular microcomputer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and database management.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BUS 140, ITIS 120.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CIS 101 combined with CS 101: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED OL 59578 4.0 Lec 5.1 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Angel Cardenas 01/24-05/07 14

CIS 111 - Computer User Support (2 Units)

Course Advisories: CIS 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Computer user support methodologies; focus on understanding interpersonal skills required for user support.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 59166 2.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 30 1 5 0 Olga Jones 03/07-05/07 8

CIS 115 - Cloud Computing Essentials (2 Units)

Course Advisories: CIS 112 and CIS 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Introduction to cloud computing. Implementation, management, security and privacy issues associated with cloud computing. Provides occupational preparation for information systems professionals such as PC support personnel, computer programmers, network/system managers and related technical and operations administration personnel.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 67976 2.0 Lec 6 hours/week ONLINE 30 2 5 0 Jon Bek 03/28-05/07 6

CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant

CNA 101 - Certified Nursing Assistant (6 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Must pass physical exam and have current CPR card specifying "For Health Care Provider," current immunizations and a copy of Social Security card.
Course Advisories: ENG 098.
Content follows the California State-approved CNA curriculum which teaches basic care-giving skills focusing on the elderly. Upon completion, student meets requirements to take the CA CNA test that grants CNA certification. Students must apply through the Health Technologies office.
Hours: 191 (64 lecture,127 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67988 6.0 Lec T W R F 07:30am - 11:30am A 273 30 10 5 0 Anne Stark 02/01-02/04 12
Lec T W R 07:30am - 11:30am A 273 02/08-02/17
Lec F 07:30am - 11:30am A 273 02/22-04/15
Lab F 07:30am - 11:30am A 277 02/11-02/18
Lab T W 07:00am - 02:00pm CLINIC 02/22-04/22
Lab F 02:00pm - 03:30pm A 277 02/25-04/22
Lab F 07:30am - 10:30am A 277 04/29-04/29
CLOSED 67991 6.0 Lec M 07:00am - 09:30am TBA 0 0 0 0 Anne Stark 01/24-04/04 13
Lec T 07:00am - 10:30am TBA 01/25-02/01
Lec R 07:00am - 10:30am TBA 01/27-03/31
Lec T 07:00am - 09:30am TBA 02/08-02/08
Lab S 07:00am - 03:30pm CLINIC 02/11-04/23
Lab T 07:00am - 10:30am CLINIC 02/15-04/19
Lab M 07:00am - 09:30am A 277 04/11-04/18
Lab M 07:30am - 11:30am TBA 04/25-04/25

CNEE - Computer Network Engineering

CNEE 101 - Introduction to Computers and Networks (4 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H and proficiency in MATH 004 or MATH 041.
Technical introduction to computers and networks. It provides a thorough understanding of basic computer and network components and how they are implemented in a system. Topics include computer hardware and software, standards, protocols, terminology and concepts.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED OL 63501 4.0 Lec 10.2 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Mo El-Soussi 03/14-05/07 7

CNEE 126 - CCNA II Advanced Routing and Switching (5 Units)

Course Advisories: CNEE 125.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H and proficiency in MATH 004 or MATH 041.
Second half of CCNA certification preparation. Advanced routing and switching concepts.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 67108 5.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 30 0 0 0 Angel Cardenas 01/10-05/07 16
Lab 3.3 hours/week ONLINE 01/10-05/07

COMM - Communication

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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OPEN OL 62651 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 16 0 0 Tina Kistler 03/07-05/07 8
CLOSED OL 66610 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Tina Kistler 03/07-05/07 8

COMM 151 - Intercultural Communication (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Provides an introduction to communication between people from different cultures. Focuses on the application of theory and research to intercultural communication. The topics and activities are designed to develop communication skills that improve competence in intercultural situations.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 150.), CSUGE Area D3, IGETC Area 4C, 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 OL 63976 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 4 0 0 Tina Kistler 03/07-05/07 8

COMP - Computer Applications and Office Management

COMP 120 - Being Successful with Canvas (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Introduction to online tools used in Canvas. Topics include Canvas discussion boards and e-mail, uploading assignments, managing files, troubleshooting hardware/software/ browser issues, and installing utilities, etc.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 63990 1.0 Lec 3 hours/week ONLINE 30 3 5 0 Cynthia Wilshusen 02/28-04/15 6

CSMT - Cosmetology

CSMT 121 - Introduction to Cosmetology-Module 1 (6.7 Units)

First of five consecutive segments of introduction to the cosmetology. Students learn basic hairstyling with thermal heat, and execute basic finger waves and roller sets, among other hair care regimens.
Hours: 360 (0 lecture,360 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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CLOSED 68156 6.7 Lab M W F 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 0 0 0 0 Griselda Rosas 03/14-05/13 8
Lab T R 08:00am - 04:30pm ONLINE 03/14-05/13

CSMT 122 - Introduction to Cosmetology-Module 2 (6.7 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CSMT 121.
Second of six consecutive segments of introduction to the cosmetology. Students apply proper sanitation and disinfection control, execute basic manicure and pedicure, conduct client consultations, execute basic hair styling, and make-up techniques on clients, among other hair care regimens.
Hours: 360 (360 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 68167 6.7 Lab M R F 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 0 0 0 0 Michelle Puailoa 03/14-05/13 8
Lab T W 08:00am - 04:30pm ONLINE 03/14-05/13

CSMT 123 - Introduction to Cosmetology-Module 3 (6.7 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CSMT 122 or CSMT 112A and CSMT 112B.
Third of six consecutive segments of introduction to the cosmetology. Students apply proper sanitation and disinfection control, execute basic manicure and pedicure, conduct client consultations, execute basic hair styling and make-up techniques on clients, among other hair care regimens.
Hours: 360 (360 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 68168 6.7 Lab M F 08:00am - 04:30pm ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Liza Adams 03/14-05/13 8
Lab T W R 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 03/14-05/13

CSMT 124 - Introduction to Cosmetology-Module 4 (6.7 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CSMT 123 or CSMT 113A and CSMT 113B.
Fourth of six consecutive segments. Designed as preparation for the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Exam. Includes advanced hair design, advanced facials, hair removal and make-up, among other care regiments.
Hours: 360 (360 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 66174 6.7 Lab R F 08:00am - 04:30pm TBA 0 0 0 0 Sarah Jackson 03/14-05/13 8
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CSMT 132 - Esthetician Training-Module 2 (8 Units)

Course Advisories: CSMT 131.
Second of two consecutive segments of instruction. Twelve units of degree credit for 320 hours of class completed with a "C" or better average. Designed as preparation for the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Exam. Includes advanced skin care procedures and techniques, and chemical exfoliation, among other care regimens. Also includes State Board mock exams.
Hours: 360 (36 lecture,324 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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CLOSED 66175 8.0 Lec T F 08:00am - 04:30pm ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Jamie Toste 03/14-05/13 8
Lab M W R 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 03/14-05/13

CT - Construction Technology

CT 111 - Beginning Construction Trades (4.7 Units)

Introduction to basic construction skills and concepts of the sub-trades involved in residential wood construction: concrete work, roofing, sheetrock, insulation, plumbing and electrical. Overview of trades, designed for students interested in a career in home construction.
Hours: 144 (54 lecture,90 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 59161 4.7 Lec W 05:15pm - 10:00pm WAKE 23 18 11 0 0 James Cunningham 02/02-05/07 14
Lab R 05:00pm - 10:00pm WAKE 23 02/02-05/07

CT 114 - Beginning Finish Carpentry (3 Units)

Introduction to finish carpentry, with emphasis on residential wood construction. Designed for students who have already taken CT 110 or who have some prior experience in carpentry or construction. Topics include safety, tool care, door hanging, door and window casing, baseboard, crown molding, flooring and closet shelf and pole.

Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 63930 3.0 Lec M T W R F 10:30am - 11:30am TBA 0 0 0 0 Timothy Palmer 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 67380 3.0 Lec M W F 02:15pm - 03:15pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Caleb Chadwick 10/27-06/30 16
Lab T R 02:15pm - 03:15pm SBHS 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 67482 3.0 Lec M T W R F 02:15pm - 03:15pm SMHS 0 0 0 0 Timothy Palmer 10/27-06/30 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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OPEN OL 62261 3.0 Lec 3.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 0 0 0 Pending Staff 01/10-05/07 16

ECE 152E - Children'S Sexuality (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 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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OPEN 67937 1.0 Lec S 09:00am - 03:00pm A 161 32 7 5 0 Helen Cooper 02/26-03/12 3

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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OPEN OL 67217 3.0 Lec 5.4 hours/week ONLINE 50 35 5 0 Erika Martinez 02/21-05/07 10
CLOSED 67378 3.0 Lec M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am DPHS 0 0 0 0 Jennifer Griffeth 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 11 hours/week DPHS 10/27-06/30

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 60773 3.0 Lec M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am DPHS 0 0 0 0 Jennifer Griffeth 10/27-06/30 16
Waitlisted 66366 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 04:10pm A 160 40 40 5 1 Cindy Benelli 01/24-05/07 14
CLOSED 67468 3.0 Lec M T W F 12:15pm - 01:45pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 Jennifer Griffeth 03/28-06/02 10
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ED - Education

ED 101 - Introduction To Teaching And Learning In K-12 Education (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 103.
Provides students with an introduction to teaching as a profession. Addresses critical issues in diverse contemporary K-12 classrooms. Students initiate development of their professional portfolio. (10 hours of observation)
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (EDUC 200.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ED 101, ED 103 and ED 104 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 55181 3.0 Lec 5.4 hours/week ONLINE 35 16 0 0 Anita Cruse 02/21-05/07 10

ENG - English, Composition and Literature

ENG 173 - Screenwriting I (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ENG 070 and ENG 098 or qualifying score on SBCC placement exam. Study of elements of dramatic writing for the cinema: the three-act structure, character delineation and motivation, conflict development and pacing, dialog and subtext, and unifying the message. Students analyze feature films and television screenplays for their structure, pacing and characterization; write scenes in correct format; complete a treatment for a feature film or television.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ENG 173/FS 173 and FS 174 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 58006 3.0 Lab T 03:00pm - 05:05pm WCC 302 24 5 0 0 Michael Stinson 02/07-05/07 12
Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07
OPEN OL 60806 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 7 0 0 John Shaw 02/07-05/07 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07

ENVS - Environmental Studies

ENVS 295 - Internship in Environmental Studies (2-4 Units)

Student must have completed 12 units at SBCC, with a GPA of 2.5 and a minimum of 2 units in Environmental Studies.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110, ENG 110H.
Structured internship program in which students gain experience with work on campus or in the community, related to Environmental Studies.
Hours: 273 (273 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 20 67324 2.0 7.3 hours/week TBA 0 0 0 0 Adam Green 01/10-05/07 16

ERTH - Earth and Planetary Sciences

ERTH 105A - Planetary Geology of Recent NASA Missions (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Designed for students wanting to go beyond the regular introductory astronomy courses. Lectures, discussions, guest speakers, activities and field trips help students explore specific topics in physics and astronomy. This semester's topic is on recent discoveries from planetary space flight missions to Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Saturn's moon titan and comets.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67877 1.0 Lec F 10:00am - 12:40pm EBS 102 40 3 0 0 Tom Farr 02/04-03/18 7

ERTH 132 - Geologic Field Studies - Death Valley (2 Units)

Corequisites: ERTH 111 or ERTH 111H or ERTH 112 or ERTH 113 or ERTH 114 or ERTH 115 or ENVS 115 or ERTH 122 or ERTH 125 or ERTH 126 or ERTH 131 or ERTH 141 or GEOG 101 or 106 or ERTH 151. Five-day field course to study and interpret the geologic features and history of the Death Valley region. Topics include the volcanic, tectonic and hydrologic history of the region. Fee required; see department for information.
Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ERTH 113, 131, 132, 133, 135, 137, 138, 233, any or all of these courses combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Field Trip fee of $104.00 will cover facility use, meals and incidentals. Scholarships are available.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN F 67890 2.0 Lec 18 hours/week FIELD 20 4 0 0 Stephanie Mendes 04/06-04/10 1
Lab 54 hours/week TBA 04/06-04/10
OPEN F 67891 2.0 Lec 18 hours/week FIELD 20 2 0 0 Kristen Sneddon 04/06-04/10 1
Lab 54 hours/week TBA 04/06-04/10
OPEN F 67893 2.0 Lec 18 hours/week FIELD 20 0 0 0 Stephanie Mendes 04/06-04/10 1
Lab 54 hours/week TBA 04/06-04/10

ERTH 232A - Field Study - Petrology of the Death Valley Region (2 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: ERTH 126.
Five-day field course to study and interpret the petrology of the Death Valley region. Topics include field recognition and interpretation of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, and mining of the region. Fee required - see department for information.
Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ERTH 126 and 232A combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Field Trip fee of $104.00 will cover facility use, meals and incidentals. Scholarships are available.
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CLOSED F 67894 2.0 Lec 18 hours/week FIELD 0 0 0 0 Bill Dinklage 04/06-04/10 1
Lab 54 hours/week TBA 04/06-04/10

ERTH 232B - Field Study - Mineral Resources and Plate Tectonic History of the Death Valley Region (2 Units)

Prerequisite: ERTH 132 or ERTH 232A.
Five-day field course to study and interpret the mineral resources and tectonic history of the Death Valley region. Topics include field recognition and interpretation of rocks, mineral deposits, and structures of the region. Fee required - see department for information.
Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ERTH 125 and 232B combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Field Trip fee of $104.00 will cover facility use, meals and incidentals. Scholarships are available.
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CLOSED 67895 2.0 Lec 18 hours/week FIELD 0 0 0 0 Bill Dinklage 04/06-04/10 1
Lab 54 hours/week TBA 04/06-04/10

ESL - English as a Second Language

ESL 113B - Level 1B: Beginning Listening and Speaking (2 Units)

Prerequisite: Qualifying score on SBCC Placement Exam.
Second of two two-unit segments of course. Beginning-level students develop listening, speaking and conversation skills.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67782 2.0 Lec T R 06:00pm - 07:50pm H 306 19 4 0 0 Pending Staff 03/09-05/07 8

ETHS - American Ethnic Studies

ETHS 101 - The Immigrant Experience in the U.S. (3 Units)

Comparative study of foreign immigrants in the United States from the mid-19th century to the present. Examines ethnic identity and nativist resistance to newcomers. Particular attention is paid to Hispanic and Asian immigrants, as compared to European immigrants. Analyzes the social and economic conditions as well as cultural factors that shape immigrant adjustment patterns.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D3, CSUGE Area D6, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4C, IGETC Area 4F, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ETHS 101 and 101H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area E2, SBCCGE Area E5
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CLOSED OL 64716 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 40 0 0 Thomas Carrasco 03/07-05/06 8

ETHS 103 - The American Ethnic Cultural Experience (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Examines the interdisciplinary study of art, architecture, music, literature, history and philosophy which reflects the cultural identity of American racial and ethnic minorities. We also will examine the experiences of people of diverse ethnic, racial, and cultural identities in American society, past and present.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D3, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 63382 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 19 0 0 Melinda Gandara 03/07-05/06 8

ETHS 107 - Racism In America (3 Units)

This course examines race and ethnicity and the impacts of racism upon selected racial and ethnic groups in American society. Covers major theories on the development of racial attitudes and behavior. Attention is also given to relationship between racism, sexism and class oppression.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (SOCI 150.), CSUGE Area D3, IGETC Area 4C, 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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OPEN OL 60901 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 15 0 0 Thomas Carrasco 03/07-05/06 8

ETHS 295 - Internship In Ethnic Studies (2-4 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Completion of two courses (in applicable discipline) at SBCC prior to enrolling in an internship course.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Structured internship program in which students gain experience with community organizations related to the discipline.
Hours: 216 (216 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 66635 3.0 18 hours/week TBA 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/07-05/07 8

FIN - Finance

FIN 010 - Financial Basics (1 Unit)

Practical money management for students living independently. Topics include career guidance, college financing, budgeting, money, bank accounts, credit cards and debt management.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN OL 65202 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 1 0 0 Mark Scharf 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN CW 67945 1.0 Lec W 05:15pm - 07:15pm BC 226 28 2 5 0 Pending Staff 02/02-03/05 5
Lec 1.6 hours/week ONLINE 02/02-03/05

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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OPEN 61436 3.0 Lec T 05:00pm - 09:15pm BC 302 28 0 5 0 Jeff Arthur 02/07-05/07 12
OPEN OL 67312 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 35 3 0 0 Pending Staff 02/07-05/07 12
OPEN OL 67408 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 0 5 0 Mo El-Soussi 03/07-05/07 8
CLOSED 67452 3.0 Lec M T W F 08:30am - 09:55am SBHS 0 0 0 0 John Keogh 03/28-06/02 10
Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am SBHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68257 3.0 Lec M T W F 10:05am - 11:40am SBHS 0 0 0 0 John Keogh 03/28-06/02 10
Lec R 11:15am - 12:25pm SBHS 03/28-06/02

FIN 101 - Introduction To Finance And Banking (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H and proficiency in MATH 095.
Central concepts of finance are developed: money and economic activity, interest rates and valuation, securities and investments, bank regulation and management. Professionals discuss commercial and real estate loans, loan administration, the cashier's office and trusts.
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 OL 63885 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/07-05/07 8
CLOSED 67479 3.0 Lec M T W F 08:30am - 09:55am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Steve Schuck 03/28-06/02 10
Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am SBHS 03/28-06/02
OPEN CW 67951 3.0 Lec R 10:30am - 12:45pm BC 302 28 3 0 0 Pending Staff 02/07-05/07 12
Lec 2 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07
CLOSED 68210 3.0 Lec F 10:10am - 11:40am SMHS 0 0 0 0 James Devries 03/28-06/02 10
Lec M T W R 10:50am - 12:10pm SMHS 03/28-06/02

FIN 201 - Investing: Securities Analysis (3 Units)

Techniques and concepts of investing including the economic function of financial markets, investment risk and return, bonds and portfolio management, equity investing and fundamental analysis.
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 OL 61441 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Diana Ellis 03/07-05/07 8

FP - Film and Television Production

FP 165 - Television Field Production (3 Units)

Work in television field production, including producing, directing, scriptwriting, performing, production crewing, field lighting, production design and post-production. Through basic field exercises and productions, students become familiar with the tools of the medium and the protocols and processes involved in the creation of television programming on location.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (FTVE 130.), CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 64585 3.0 Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am DPHS 0 0 0 0 Douglas Caines 03/28-06/02 10
Lec .3 hours/week DPHS 03/28-06/02
Lab M T W F 08:30am - 09:55am DPHS 03/28-06/02

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 67394 3.0 Lec M T W R F 01:00pm - 02:00pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Shea Peinado 10/27-06/30 16
Lab 2.1 hours/week SBHS 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 68255 3.0 Lec R 01:10pm - 02:05pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 John Dent 03/28-06/02 10
Lab M T W F 12:15pm - 01:45pm DPHS 03/28-06/02

FP 276 - Production II: Commercial Applications (3 Units)

Prerequisite: FP 175.
Advanced concepts and production skills specific to creating music videos, commercials and corporate/industrial video, from conceptualization through post-production. Protocols, history, conventions and trends in each area are discussed. Students work collaboratively to conceive, develop and produce three representative 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 62278 3.0 Lec 0 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Dean De Phillipo 10/27-06/30 16
Lab M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am SBHS 10/27-06/30

FS - Film and Media Studies

FS 107 - Contemporary American Film (3 Units)

Study of the changes to the Hollywood studio system, alternative productions, and independent film since the 1960s. Covers such topics as the decline of the studio system, the rise of American New Wave cinema, the history of the blockbuster, the parallel histories of independent and underground film, and the presence of media conglomerates.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 59572 3.0 Lab T 12:45pm - 02:50pm BC FORUM 35 12 0 0 Nicolas Maestu 02/07-05/07 12
Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07

FS 108A - Film Festival Studies: 10 Days (3 Units)

Ten-day field course at film festivals to study U.S. and international fiction, experimental and documentary films. Focuses on the role of festivals in the film marketplace, emergence of new filmmakers, national cinemas and the practice of writing film criticism. Film screenings supplemented by lectures, discussions, readings and panel discussions. Contact department for information.
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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OPEN CW 67993 3.0 Lec M T W R 11:00am - 12:10pm BC 313 19 9 0 0 Nicolas Maestu 03/02-03/12 2
Lec 14 hours/week ONLINE 03/02-03/12
Lab 15 hours/week ONLINE 03/02-03/12
Lab F S U 12 hours/week SBFF 03/02-03/12

FS 110 - World Cinema to 1960's (3 Units)

Study of international film history, theory and aesthetics, from the invention of cinema in the 1890s through the 1950s. Includes fictional narrative film, documentary and avant-garde film of the period. Organized around the history and development of formal devices such as the shot, montage, mise-en-scene, sound design, color technology, and classical narrative form.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 64029 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 11 0 0 Richard Feilden 02/07-05/07 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07

FS 112B - Art Cinema (3 Units)

Study of Art Cinema, beginning in the 1940s, continuing into its heyday in the 1960s, and developing into the contemporary era. Focuses on changes in narrative and cinematic styles, film auteurs, and cultural influences as well as film industries. Lectures, discussions and readings are supplemented by the screening and critical analysis of representative films.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 64022 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 20 0 0 Michael Albright 02/07-05/07 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07

FS 120 - Master Filmmakers (3 Units)

Study of film directors and how their work has advanced and defined the art of cinema. Landmark films by celebrated directors, both foreign and domestic, are analyzed in terms of theme, structure and cinematic technique. Emphasis placed on the role of the auteur. Directorial contributions to specific film genres are explored.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 67796 3.0 Lec R 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 302 24 6 0 0 Michael Albright 02/07-05/07 12
Lab 4.4 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07

FS 173 - Screenwriting I (3 Units)

Prerequisites: English 070 and English 098 or by placement exam.
Study of the elements of dramatic writing for the cinema: the three-act structure, character delineation and motivation, conflict development and pacing, dialogue and subtext, and unifying the message. Analysis of feature film screenplays for their structure, pacing and characterization; writes scenes in correct format; and completes a treatment for a feature film or television.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (FS 173/ENG 173 combined with FS 174: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 55831 3.0 Lab T 03:00pm - 05:05pm WCC 302 24 7 0 0 Michael Stinson 02/07-05/07 12
Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07
OPEN OL 60805 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 13 0 0 John Shaw 02/07-05/07 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07

FS 174 - Screenwriting II (3 Units)

Prerequisites: FS 173 or ENG 173.
Study of the structure, development, pacing and revising of a completed screenplay. In addition to analyzing feature film and television screenplays, the student completes a screenplay, learns how to research a story, how to pitch a story, and how to market a script.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (FS 173/ENG 173 combined with FS 174: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 60085 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 18 0 0 John Shaw 02/07-05/07 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 02/07-05/07

GDP - Graphic Design and Photography

GDP 110 - Media Design (3 Units)

Recommended starting point for students interested in careers in graphic design and media arts. An introductory course in design and composition as it relates to the digital arena. Students learn elements of design such as line, shape, color, and texture, as well as principles of design such as balance, repetition, and unity and apply them to designs and illustrations created with digital tools and industry-standard software programs. Provides a strong introduction to composition and conceptualization in design for print and electronic output.
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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OPEN 61698 3.0 Lec M 10:30am - 12:50pm A 171 15 9 0 0 James Van Arsdale 02/07-05/07 12
Lab W 10:30am - 12:50pm A 171 02/07-05/07

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 66544 3.0 Lec R 11:15am - 12:20pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 John Dent 03/28-06/02 10
Lab M T W F 10:05am - 11:40am DPHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68196 3.0 Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Nicole McKee 03/28-06/02 10
Lab M T W F 08:30am - 10:00am SBHS 03/28-06/02

GDP 116 - History of Graphic Design (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and ENG 103.
An introduction to the history of graphic design, including the creative innovators, breakthrough technologies and important historical developments which have defined graphic design throughout the last 150 years.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
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OPEN OL 65468 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 35 20 0 0 Mandy Schuldt 02/07-05/07 12

GEOG - Geography

GEOG 105 - Economic Geography (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103 and proficiency in MATH 001 or MATH 041.
Explores the impact humans have on their environment and on each other through resource exploitation and economic activity. Investigates the development and global impact of diverse geographies, the effect of place on economic sectors, and the role of place in strengthening or weakening economies. Also addresses regional patterns of principal economic activities of the world, with an emphasis on economic development, urbanization, transportation and the environment.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D2, CSUGE Area D5, IGETC Area 4E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 64665 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 45 14 0 0 Geordie Armstrong 02/07-05/07 12

HE - Health Education

HE 110 - Sports Nutrition (3 Units)

Examines nutrients and their effects on physical performance. Topics include basic nutrition principles, pre- and post-exercise nutrition, eating for weight control/gain, proper hydration and eating disorders. Also examines the pharmacological, hormonal, physiological and nutritional agents that have purported ergogenic properties.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 61943 3.0 Lec 5.4 hours/week ONLINE 35 14 5 0 Allison Slade 02/22-05/07 10

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
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 67384 3.0 Lec M T W R F 01:00pm - 02:00pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 Ryan Mooneyham 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 11.5 hours/week DPHS 10/27-06/30

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 60734 3.0 Lec T W F 08:30am - 09:50am CHS 0 0 0 0 Lynne Goldfarb 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 66549 3.0 Lec M W 08:30am - 09:50am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Luke Ohrn 03/08-06/02 10
Lec F 08:30am - 10:30am SMHS 03/08-06/02
Lec T R 09:20am - 10:40am SMHS 03/08-06/02
CLOSED 66550 3.0 Lec F 10:10am - 11:40am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Luke Ohrn 03/28-06/02 10
Lec M T W R 10:50am - 12:10pm SMHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 66554 3.0 Lec M T W R F 01:00pm - 02:00pm ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Ryan Mooneyham 10/27-06/30 16
OPEN OL 67790 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 48 40 0 0 Matthew Mooney 03/07-05/07 8

HIT - Health Information Technology

HIT 135 - Basic Medical Terminology (3 Units)

Introduction to medical terminology for body structure, body systems and diagnostic work. Prefixes, suffixes, word roots and combined word forms. Includes instruction in spelling, definition, and pronunciation.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 62145 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 2 0 0 Mary Wilkinson 03/07-05/07 8

HIT 201 - Pharmacology For Allied Health (2 Units)

Prerequisite: BMS 146.
Course Advisory: HIT 135.
Introduction to pharmacology, basic pharmacological terminology and concepts, drug categories and their uses, mechanisms of drug action, dosage forms, routes of administration, and common generic and trade name medications.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 58179 2.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 7 5 0 Linda Maywood 03/07-05/07 8

HIT 204 - Basic Pathophysiology (3 Units)

Prerequisites: BMS 146.
Introduction to the fundamentals of pathophysiology, focusing on essential concepts of physiologic changes and altered functions in the human body resulting from disease processes. Principles from A&P and chemistry provide the foundation for the study of pathophysiology, body systems, etiology and pathogenesis. Diagnostic procedures, preventative measures and current therapeutic regimens are explored.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 62148 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 0 0 0 Lynette Williamson 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN OL 63867 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 2 0 0 Linda Maywood 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN OL 63896 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 1 0 0 Maxwell Sleiman 03/07-05/07 8

HM - Hotel Management

HM 151 - Front Office Operations (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and proficiency in MATH 4 or MATH 41.
Competencies necessary to successfully supervise hotel front office operations. Understanding and practical application of front office operations, including reservations, registration, checkout, settlement, security, accounting and audits.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 68231 3.0 Lec T 07:00pm - 09:15pm CC 122 30 5 0 0 Elizabeth Rodriguez 03/07-05/07 8
Lec 4.3 hours/week ONLINE 03/07-05/07

IBUS - International Business

IBUS 102 - Introduction to International Business (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Basic management principles to the international arena. The environment of international business, including politics, culture and economics, are emphasized. The structure of multinational companies, international trade and international finance also receive attention. Topics include global strategic planning, global organization, global production, marketing, human resources strategies, political risk and negotiation, and international financial management.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (IBUS 102 and BUS 101 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED OL 66303 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Jennifer Brown 01/31-03/25 8

IBUS 109 - Basics of Importing and Exporting (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Practical introduction to the conduct of importing and exporting. Topics include logistics, documents, contract administration, terminology, quality control, and payment procedures.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 61674 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 11 0 0 Jessica Stampe 03/07-05/06 8

IBUS 201 - International Human Resource Management (3 Units)

Course Advisories: IBUS 102.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Examines the functions of personnel management applied to international business. The first half of the course develops management tasks. Topics include organization, recruitment, training, evaluation, compensation, repatriation and labor relations. The second half of the course focuses on organizational behavior and structure.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 66630 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 4 0 0 Jill Scala 03/07-05/06 8

IBUS 211 - Legal Environment of International Business (3 Units)

Introduction to international business law and conflict resolution. Topics include contracts, documents, carriage, trade finance, marketing, licensing, regulations and political risks, as well as negotiations, mediation and arbitration methods.

Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: 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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OPEN OL 62056 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 35 0 0 0 Shelby Arthur 03/07-04/22 6

LIBR - Library

LIBR 101 - Information Literacy (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Information literacy is introduced and practiced. Topics include how information and misinformation are produced, valued, organized, shared or suppressed; the nature of research and finding information; notions of authority and credibility; and the use of information in creating new knowledge and participating ethically in communities of learning. Students critically analyze the information ecosystem and practice research skills. Satisfies SBCC Information Competency requirement.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area F
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN OL 61933 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 11 10 0 Camerin Poulson 02/14-04/16 8
OPEN OL 65302 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 8 10 0 Corrie Bott 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN OL 66615 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 1 10 0 Debra Renfrow 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN OL 67404 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 5 10 0 Robert Parmenter 03/07-05/07 8

MAT - Multimedia Arts and Technologies

MAT 105 - Survey Of Multimedia Tools (3 Units)

Course Advisories: MAT 103.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Overview of tools and applications used to produce interactive multimedia, including software applications, peripherals and hardware. Major applications for design, photo processing, web design, authoring and video. Evaluation and description of the strengths of each program and potential for integration of production applications.
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 68198 3.0 Lec R 11:15am - 12:25pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Nicole McKee 03/28-06/02 10
Lab M T W F 10:05am - 11:40am SBHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68251 3.0 Lec R 11:15am - 12:20pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 Douglas Caines 03/28-06/02 10
Lab M T W F 10:10am - 11:40am DPHS 03/28-06/02

MAT 112 - Digital Drawing (3 Units)

Introduction to digital drawing through the powerful art tool Adobe Illustrator. Create vector-based artwork that translates well to other graphic software and media. Create icons, characters, illustrations, interface elements and patterns. Work with type, native 2D shapes, 3D effects and vectorized bitmaps.
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 61781 3.0 Lec T 10:05am - 11:25am CHS 0 0 0 0 Van Latham 10/27-06/30 16
Lab W F 10:05am - 11:25am CHS 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 64579 3.0 Lec M T W F 12:15pm - 01:45pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 Samantha Limkeman 03/28-06/02 10
Lec .2 hours/week DPHS 03/28-06/02
Lab R 01:10pm - 02:05pm DPHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 67389 3.0 Lec M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Dharitha Pathirana 10/27-06/30 16
Lab 2.1 hours/week SBHS 10/27-06/30

MAT 131 - Digital Imaging I (3 Units)

An introduction to the image processing capabilities of PhotoShop to create and edit images and to prepare images for various media. No prior knowledge of PhotoShop is required. Includes Tools Selection, Channels, Layers, Filters, Text, Brushes, Effects, Masks, Adjustment Layers.
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 62299 3.0 Lab M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Dharitha Pathirana 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 2.2 hours/week ONLINE 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 66557 3.0 Lab M T W R F 10:30am - 11:30am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Nicole McKee 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 2.1 hours/week SBHS 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 67478 3.0 Lab M T W R F 10:30am - 11:30am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Nicole McKee 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 2.2 hours/week ONLINE 10/27-06/30

MAT 136 - Introduction to 3D Animation (3 Units)

Fundamentals of 3D animation including modeling, animation and rendering. Focuses on computer animation tools and techniques, and builds a solid foundation for developing character animation and special effect sequences.
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 67470 3.0 Lec R 01:10pm - 02:05pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 Douglas Caines 03/28-06/02 10
Lec 1.6 hours/week DPHS 03/28-06/02
Lab M T W F 12:20pm - 01:45pm DPHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68259 3.0 Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am DPHS 0 0 0 0 John Dent 03/28-06/02 10
Lab M T W F 08:30am - 09:55am DPHS 03/28-06/02

MAT 149 - Social Networking and Social Media (3 Units)

Skills Advisory: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
The use and creation of media content in developing, integrating and leveraging social networks and applications. Through integration of a variety of social networking applications, students learn about how the creation of media content helps to establish network and communities of shared professional and personal interests. Includes online applications Wikis, Youtube, Vimeo, Flickr, Myspace, Facebook, Digg, etc., and their use as media-oriented platforms.
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 61790 3.0 Lec M T W F 12:15pm - 01:45pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Andrew Henning 03/28-06/02 10
Lec R 01:10pm - 02:05pm SBHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68261 3.0 Lec M T W F 08:30am - 09:55am TBA 0 0 0 0 John Dent 01/18-03/18 9
Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am TBA 01/18-03/18

MAT 164 - Online and Mobile Marketing (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Introduction to those components needed to develop effective online and search engine marketing (SEM) strategies. Emerging digital media and mobile advertising campaigns are emphasized. Includes search engine optimization (SEO), paid placement ads, keyword identification, placement strategies, SEM research and management tools, and WAP advertising applications in mobile marketing and video advertising.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 64625 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 0 0 0 Michael Gallegos 03/07-05/06 8

MATH - Mathematics

MATH 074 - Pre-algebra Refresher (1 Unit)

Pre-algebra refresher for students who desire higher placement; students who've completed Math 004 but need review; or those who have attempted Math 95 and need pre-algebra review. Successful completion of this course may serve as a petition to challenge Math 4. Course does not replace a failing grade in Math 4.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 58980 1.0 Lec 1.3 hours/week ONLINE 33 15 5 0 Anna Parmely 01/24-05/07 14

MATH 087 - Intermediate Algebra Refresher (1 Unit)

Intermediate algebra refresher for students who desire higher placement; students who have completed Math 107 but need review; or those who have attempted Math 120 and need review. Successful completion of this course may serve as a petition to challenge Math 107. Course does not replace a failing grade in Math 107.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 61117 1.0 Lec 1.3 hours/week ONLINE 33 7 5 0 Anna Parmely 01/24-05/07 14

MDT - Marine Diving Technologies

MDT 106 - Open Water Navigation And Rescue (.7 Unit)

Corequisites: MDT 105.
Limitation on Enrollment: Health and Safety regulations.
Practical application of navigation and rescue skills in the ocean environment.
Hours: 24 (8 lecture,16 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Includes Certification for $20.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN 67968 0.7 Lec W 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 16 4 0 0 Larissa Ormonde 02/09-03/02 4
Lab W 09:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 02/09-03/02

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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OPEN 68204 1.5 Lec R 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 16 6 0 0 Dan Vasey 03/10-05/05 8
Lab R 09:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 03/10-05/05
OPEN 68205 1.5 Lec R 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 16 4 0 0 Dan Vasey 03/10-05/05 8
Lab R 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 03/10-05/05

MDT 146 - Advanced Underwater Cutting And Welding (1.5 Units)

Corequisites: MDT 142.
Advanced practical application in the use of underwater cutting and welding techniques in the ocean and open water environments. Students utilize foundational techniques in advanced surface-supplied ocean diving to perform a multitude of individual and team projects.
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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OPEN 55063 1.5 Lec M 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 10 5 0 0 Dan Vasey 03/14-05/02 7
Lec F 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 04/22-04/22
Lab M 09:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 03/14-05/02
Lab F 09:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 04/22-04/22
OPEN 64717 1.5 Lec M 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 10 4 0 0 Dan Vasey 03/14-05/02 7
Lec F 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 04/22-04/22
Lab M 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 03/14-05/02
Lab F 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 04/22-04/22

MDT 152 - Underwater Tools And Inspection (1.7 Units)

Corequisites: MDT 140.
Study of techniques and tools used to collect data and perform inspection work in underwater environments. Students use a variety of equipment in hands-on application including subsea video cameras, ultrasonic equipment and other non-destructive testing devices. Students apply advanced diving skills in assembling and disassembling various underwater projects in an open sea environment.
Hours: 60 (16 lecture,44 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Field Trip fee of $65 for transportation and incidentals. Schoalrships are available.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 66644 1.7 Lec W 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 10 3 0 0 Dan Vasey 03/09-05/04 8
Lab W 09:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 03/09-05/04
Lab F 05:00am - 05:00pm MTBLDG 04/15-04/15
OPEN 66645 1.7 Lec W 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 10 4 0 0 Dan Vasey 03/09-05/04 8
Lab W 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 03/09-05/04
Lab F 05:00am - 05:00pm MTBLDG 04/15-04/15

MDT 154 - Bell And Saturation Diving Procedures (1.7 Units)

Corequisites: MDT 143.
Intensive exposure to saturation diving theory and a practical application of skills in bell/saturation diving. Practical training in bell and saturation diving operations, equipment and procedures. Culminates with the performance of a round-the-clock saturation diving run in the department's saturation diving complex.
Hours: 60 (16 lecture,44 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 55073 1.7 Lec T 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 10 5 0 0 Geoff Thielst 03/08-05/03 8
Lab T 09:00am - 12:50pm MTBLDG 03/08-05/03
Lab F 05:00am - 08:00pm MTBLDG 04/29-04/29
OPEN 64719 1.7 Lec T 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 10 4 0 0 Geoff Thielst 03/08-05/03 8
Lab T 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 03/08-05/03
Lab F 05:00am - 10:50am MTBLDG 04/29-04/29

MDT 179 - Nitrox Diving (.8 Unit)

Corequisites: MDT 101.
Modular study of EANx NITROX mixtures used in diving. Two optional open water dives may be made upon successful completion of classroom portion. Certification through the International Association of NITROX and Technical Divers (IANTD) as a NITROX diver is available upon completion of the entire course.
Hours: 20 (8 lecture,12 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Mandatory Field Trip fee of $120 for transportation and incidentals. Scholarships are available. Includes Material Fee of $25.00 for certification.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 55078 0.8 Lec F 07:00am - 10:50am MTBLDG 35 9 0 0 Larissa Ormonde 03/04-03/11 3
Lab F 05:00am - 04:50pm MTBLDG 03/18-03/18

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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OPEN OL 55911 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 1 0 0 Susan Block 01/31-04/01 8
OPEN OL 62049 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 7 5 0 Valerie Ellis 03/07-05/07 8

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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OPEN OL 65265 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 3 0 0 Barbra Greene 01/31-03/25 8
CLOSED OL 65500 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Barbra Greene 03/07-05/06 8
CLOSED OL 66373 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Barbra Greene 03/28-05/16 8

MKT 120 - Relationship Selling (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Theories, principles and techniques of creating relationships within the process of selling. Study areas include application of current theories within the fields of psychology and technology for obtaining increased buyer-seller relationship utility in the marketplace.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 61668 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 11 0 0 Mark Scharf 01/31-03/25 8

MKT 164 - Online and Mobile Marketing (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Introduction to those components needed to develop effective online and search engine marketing (SEM) strategies. Emerging digital media and mobile advertising campaigns are emphasized. Includes search engine optimization (SEO), paid placement ads, keyword identification, placement strategies, SEM research and management tools, and WAP advertising applications in mobile marketing and video advertising.
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 61784 3.0 Lec F 10:10am - 11:40am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Bryan Anderson 03/28-06/02 10
Lec M T W R 10:50am - 12:10pm SMHS 03/28-06/02
OPEN OL 64624 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 4 0 0 Michael Gallegos 03/07-05/06 8
CLOSED 68202 3.0 Lec F 10:10am - 11:40am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Bryan Anderson 03/28-06/02 10
Lec M T W R 10:50am - 12:10pm SMHS 03/28-06/02
CLOSED 68217 3.0 Lec F 08:30am - 10:30am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/28-06/02 10
Lec M W 08:30am - 09:50am SMHS 03/28-06/02
Lec T R 09:20am - 10:40am SMHS 03/28-06/02

MKT 200A - Social Media and Self-Branding (3 Units)

Social Media and self-branding are critical to organizational success in real and digital marketing exchanges. Using social media to convert potential customers into advocates or users.

Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED OL 67345 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Shelby Arthur 03/05-05/06 8

MKT 203 - Marketing Communications (3 Units)

Course Advisories: MKT 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Study of how businesses use marketing to communicate through advertising and public relations. Topics include identifying target markets, selecting types of media, evaluating and developing ads and implementation of public relations programs.
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 67364 3.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 07:30pm BC 226 0 0 0 0 Robert Brown 03/07-05/06 8
Lec 4.8 hours/week ONLINE 03/07-05/06

MKT 205 - Consumer Selling Strategies (3 Units)

Course Advisories: MKT 101.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Study of the principles of sales and customer service. Examines how the differences between buyers and sellers impact sales, purchasing and service decisions. Also briefly reviews the use of marketing research methods.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 61671 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 11 0 0 Tina Kistler 03/07-05/06 8

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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OPEN OL 62060 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 1 0 0 Jeff Arthur 03/07-05/06 8

MKT 220 - Introduction to Electronic Commerce (3 Units)

Survey of electronic commerce and the use of the Internet to conduct business. Includes an interdisciplinary exploration of the issues, trends, opportunities and technologies which shape electronic commerce.
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 68133 3.0 Lec 6.3 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Jennifer Brown 03/07-05/07 8
Lec W 09:35am - 10:55am BC 228 03/09-03/23

MUS - Music

MUS 110 - Music Appreciation (3 Units)

A survey of art music in western civilization. Topics studied include but are not limited to elements of music, basic musical forms, music periods, styles, and the role of music and musicians in the western world from Medieval through contemporary periods. Guided listening to masterpieces. Concert attendance. Primarily for non-Music majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MUS 100.), CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (MUS 110 and 110H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 68142 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 7 0 0 James Mooy 01/24-05/07 14

MUS 112 - History of Jazz (3 Units)

Study of the history of Jazz. The important composers, musicians, and stylistic developments of the music will be covered.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 68143 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 0 0 0 John Clark 01/24-05/07 14

MUS 115 - History And Appreciation Of Rock And Popular Music (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
General survey of rock and popular music, concentrating on the period from the late 1940s to the late 1990s. (Primarily for non-Music majors).
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 68153 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 2 0 0 James Watson 01/24-05/07 14
OPEN OL 68154 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 6 0 0 Nichole Dechaine 01/24-05/07 14

MUS 162B - Chamber Singers Modern (1 Unit)

Limitation on Enrollment: Audition.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Study and performance of Modern choral literature for the small ensemble. Several Concert performances.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN 66504 1.0 Lab M W 03:55pm - 05:15pm DM 101 30 0 0 0 Nathan Kreitzer 01/10-05/07 16

PD - Personal Development

PD 004 - Personal Awareness Group (1 Unit)

Concepts of emotional health and effective interpersonal behavior. Lecture and group discussion will guide students on how to effectively deal with life situations and improve student success.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN 55350 1.0 Lec R 02:30pm - 03:40pm H 308 20 4 0 0 Alyson Bostwick 01/27-04/28 13

PD 100 - College Success (3 Units)

Students clarify their educational objectives and develop the skills necessary to reach them. Topics include time management, reading and study skills, goal-setting, career planning, and communication skills.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (PD 100 and 110 combined: maximum credit, 3 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 63986 3.0 Lec 4.1 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Angela Warren 02/10-05/07 12
R 02:20pm - 03:40pm TBA 02/10-02/10
R 02:20pm - 03:40pm TBA 03/10-03/10
R 02:20pm - 03:40pm TBA 03/31-03/31
CLOSED OL 63987 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Angela Warren 02/07-05/07 12
CLOSED OL 67045 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Julie Brown 03/28-05/07 6
CLOSED CW 67701 3.0 Lec T 03:55pm - 04:45pm TBA 0 0 0 0 Camila Acosta 02/22-02/22 10
Lec T 03:55pm - 04:45pm TBA 03/08-03/08
Lec T 03:55pm - 04:45pm TBA 03/29-03/29
Lec T 03:55pm - 04:45pm TBA 04/12-04/12
Lec T 03:55pm - 04:45pm TBA 04/26-04/26
Lec 4.9 hours/week ONLINE 02/22-05/07

PD 107 - Success Strategies For The Single Parent Student (3 Units)

Designed to empower students to achieve academic and personal success. Strategies and success factors for single parent students. Addresses the need for developing good study habits, time management skills, and support systems. Students learn to identify and understand self-esteem and self-defeating behavior; develop strategies for change; and emphasize attitudes beneficial to achieving optimum academic performance.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 68110 3.0 Lec F 09:35am - 01:35pm PE 215 20 1 0 0 Pending Staff 01/28-05/06 14

PD 191A - Career Planning: A Self-Directed Approach (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Self-paced, individualized career planning course to include career assessment and testing, career counseling, independent career research. Students prepare a personal portfolio that includes short-term and future educational career plans and goals; and activities designed to achieve these goals. Course available through Internet assignments or through independent research conducted at the Career Center, with some class meetings required.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN OL 61612 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 4 0 0 Christopher Phillips 03/07-05/06 8

PE - Physical Education/Dance/Athletics

PE 128 - Advanced Football Techniques (1.5 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Advanced skills and techniques of football are presented. Emphasizes rules, theory, advanced strategy and teamwork, and philosophy of intercollegiate football. Practical application of various physical training methods.
Hours: 54 (12.6 lecture,41.4 lab)
Transfer Information: Health and Wellness, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (PE 128, 200, 218, 270, 271, any or all of these PE Theory courses combined: maximum credit, 8 units.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 55423 1.5 Lec 7.5 hours/week LPLAYA 40 9 0 0 Craig Moropoulos 03/07-04/29 7
Lab 0 hours/week TBA 03/07-04/29
OPEN 56135 1.5 Lec 7.5 hours/week LPLAYA 40 8 0 0 Jackson Weed 03/07-04/29 7
Lab 0 hours/week TBA 03/07-04/29
OPEN 67167 1.5 Lec 7.5 hours/week LPLAYA 40 11 0 0 Robert Adan 03/07-04/29 7
Lab 0 hours/week TBA 03/07-04/29

PE 133 - Ocean Kayaking (1.5 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and 103. Provides instruction and practice in the fundamentals of ocean kayaking: stroke technique, steering, launching, beaching, righting, water safety, and cardiovascular fitness. Swim test administered.
Hours: 54 (12.6 lecture,41.4 lab)
Transfer Information: Health and Wellness, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (Any or all of these PE Activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 58150 1.5 Lec T R 08:00am - 10:05am LPLAYA 25 6 0 0 John Sisterson 02/07-05/07 12
Lab 0 hours/week TBA 02/07-05/07

PE 147A - Conditioning for Intercollegiate Athletes (.5 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Designed to prepare potential athletes for intercollegiate competition. Presents a combination of aerobic conditioning, weight training, cross-training and skill activities to prepare the athlete both mentally and physically.
Hours: 16 (6 lecture,10 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (Any or all of these PE Activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 68103 0.5 Lec 1.2 hours/week PE 101 20 15 0 0 Diego Ramirez 03/28-04/29 5
Lab 2 hours/week PE 101 03/28-04/29

PE 203 - Introduction to Sports Management (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Introduces students to the scope and career opportunities of sports management. Emphasis is placed on current events in the world of sports management.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: Health and Wellness, CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 68114 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 35 3 0 0 Jeff Walker 02/07-05/07 12

PE 228 - Sport Video Technology (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: ENG 098 or ENG 103.
Introduction to sport video and digital technology. Students learn how new technology is applied to sports (basketball, baseball, football, soccer, volleyball). Hands-on training with sport software and technology.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 63518 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 11:15am TBA 25 1 0 0 Devin Engebretsen 01/24-05/07 14

PE 282 - Pre-Season Intercollegiate Basketball - Men (1.5 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Designed to enhance the skills, techniques and strategies of intercollegiate-level men's basketball players. Emphasis is placed on the mental, physical, and tactical aspects of the game in order to compete successfully at the collegiate level.
Hours: 54 (12.6 lecture,41.4 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (Any or all of these PE Activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 68120 1.5 Lec 2 hours/week PE 101 25 1 0 0 Devin Engebretsen 03/14-04/29 6
Lab 6.4 hours/week PE 101 03/14-04/29

PHOT - Photography

PHOT 109 - Introduction to Photography (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Students learn the fundamentals of photography including techniques of camera operation, photo composition and lighting, basic digital imaging editing, photo printing paper characteristics, print finishing techniques, and image enhancement techniques using industry-standard hardware and software. Students participate in critiques that emphasize the objective and subjective qualities of their work.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (JOUR 160.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED OL 54071 3.0 Lec 2.5 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Seantel Sanders 01/31-05/07 14
Lab 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/31-05/07
CLOSED 67387 3.0 Lab M T W R F 02:15pm - 03:15pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 John Dent 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 2.1 hours/week DPHS 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 68213 3.0 Lec R 09:15am - 10:20am SBHS 0 0 0 0 Dean De Phillipo 03/28-06/02 10
Lab M T W F 08:30am - 10:00am SBHS 03/28-06/02

PHOT 130 - Digital Assets Management (1 Unit)

Course Advisories: PHOT 109.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Explains both the purpose of digital asset management systems and why you need one. Step-by-step workflow, software, and ‘best practices’ in managing your digital content. Recommended for Photographers, Graphic Designers, Photojournalists, Journalists, and other creative people involved with image generation and storage.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 62649 1.0 Lec M 05:00pm - 08:00pm OE 184 15 3 5 0 Bruce Burkhardt 01/31-03/19 8

PHOT 140 - Travel and Street Photography (1 Unit)

Course Advisory: PHOT 109.
Skills Advisory: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Covers the fundamentals of travel and street photography to capture stunning images. Includes basic composition, quality of light, exposure variables and workflow suggestions. Designed for beginning-to-intermediate photographers who understand the basic operation of their own camera. Assignments include how to improve landscapes, cityscapes, and appreciate ethical standards when taking photos.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 68041 1.0 Lec R 11:30am - 01:55pm OE 184 15 8 5 0 Chuck Place 01/31-03/19 8

PHOT 190 - Photojournalism (3 Units)

Course Advisories: PHOTO 209 and PHOT 109.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Skills and techniques of contemporary photojournalism. Topics include news and editorial sources, photographing single events and extended picture stories, and ethics. Skills include control of color, portable electronic flash, and electronic processes for contemporary publication.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 64550 3.0 Lab M T W R F 01:00pm - 02:00pm SBHS 0 0 0 0 Kevin Thomas 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 2.2 hours/week ONLINE 10/27-06/30
CLOSED 67486 3.0 Lab M T W R F 02:15pm - 03:15pm DPHS 0 0 0 0 John Dent 10/27-06/30 16
Lec 2.2 hours/week ONLINE 10/27-06/30

PRO - Professional Development

PRO 138D - Personal Planning (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Learning to evaluate a career. How to identify opportunities and evaluate skills, interests and identify needed training for chosen career path.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 60378 3.0 Lec M W R 11:40am - 01:00pm CHS 0 0 0 0 Amy Bryant 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 60379 3.0 Lec M W R 10:05am - 11:25am CHS 0 0 0 0 Amy Bryant 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 60380 3.0 Lec T W F 08:30am - 09:50am CHS 0 0 0 0 Amy Bryant 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 60764 3.0 Lec M T W R F 01:00pm - 02:00pm SMHS 0 0 0 0 Joanie Merrill 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 60765 3.0 Lec M T W R F 02:15pm - 03:15pm SMHS 0 0 0 0 Michael Thrasher 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 60803 3.0 Lec M T W R F 09:15am - 10:15am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Joanie Merrill 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 61847 3.0 Lec M T W R F 10:30am - 11:30am SMHS 0 0 0 0 Joanie Merrill 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 67480 3.0 Lec M T W R F 02:15pm - 03:15pm SMHS 0 0 0 0 Jeffrey Bailey 10/27-06/30 16

PRO 290 - Professional Development Studies Work Experience (1-4 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Consists of supervised employment for students whose career objectives, course of study and employment complement each other. Students must accomplish specific course objectives.
Hours: 300 (300 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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CLOSED 20 63289 2.0 9.4 hours/week TBA 0 0 0 0 John Dent 10/27-06/30 16
CLOSED 20 63291 1.0 4.7 hours/week SMHS 0 0 0 0 Marcene Newman 10/27-06/30 16

PSY - Psychology

PSY 145 - Human Development (3 Units)

Course Advisories: PSY 100 or 100H or PSY 120.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
This course provides an overview, from a psychological perspective, of human physical, cognitive, and social development, as well as developmental problems, and the biological and environmental influences on development, from conception through death. The course examines the theories, research findings, and methodological approaches to human development through the life span.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (PSY 180.), CSUGE Area D9, CSUGE Area E, IGETC Area 4I, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED OL 63626 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 40 0 0 Micheal Huff 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN OL 63627 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 26 0 0 Micheal Huff 03/07-05/07 8

RE - Real Estate

RE 101 - Real Estate Principles (3 Units)

This fundamental real estate course emphasizes the basic concepts and terminology necessary for understanding the complexities of the real estate profession. This is one of eight courses required for qualification to take the California Real Estate Broker or Sales Agent Exam.
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 OL 68147 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/28-05/06 6

RE 102 - Real Estate Practices (3 Units)

Course Advisories: RE 101.
Fundamental real estate practices affecting the ownership and transfer of real property interests, operating a real estate business, techniques and procedures of real property transactions, and buying and leasing real property for residency and investment. One of eight required courses for those who wish to take the California Real Estate Broker's Examination.
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 OL 67775 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Carina Powers 03/07-05/06 8
CLOSED OL 68148 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/28-05/06 6

RE 204 - Legal Aspects of Real Estate (3 Units)

Course Advisories: RE 101.
Applied study of California real estate for knowledge of procedures for transfer, use and acquisition of property. Elements of contracts, leases and escrow instructions covered. One of eight required courses for those who wish to take the California Real Estate Broker's Examination.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 60110 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 7 5 0 Brandon Hamara 03/07-05/06 8

RE 205 - Real Estate Appraisal (Residential) (3 Units)

Course Advisories: RE 101.
A course in business that explores the methods and procedures for determining value of and the depreciation of real property. This is one of eight courses required for qualification to take the California Real Estate Broker’s Exam; this class satisfies several required classes for the California State Appraisal License.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 63984 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 7 0 0 Brandon Hamara 03/07-05/06 8

RE 207 - Property Management (3 Units)

Course Advisories: RE 101.
Study of the responsibilities of real property management and the review of influences on the real estate market. Management techniques including planning, tenant selection, review of and writing leases, property maintenance, record keeping requirements, client relations, and related law. One of eight courses required for the California Real Estate Broker's Exam.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 59720 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 15 0 0 Faye Hampton 03/07-05/06 8

SOC - Sociology

SOC 107 - Racism in America (3 Units)

This course examines race and ethnicity and the impacts of racism upon selected racial and ethnic groups in American society. Covers major theories on the development of racial attitudes and behavior. Attention is also given to the relationship between racism, sexism, and class oppression.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (SOCI 150.), CSUGE Area D3, IGETC Area 4C, 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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OPEN OL 61959 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 23 0 0 Thomas Carrasco 03/07-05/06 8

SPAN - Spanish

SPAN 101 - Beginning Spanish I (5 Units)

Focuses on the essentials of spoken and written Spanish for the beginner and provides an introduction to the culture of Spanish speakers.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (SPAN 100.), CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 6A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Special Fee: A material fee of $90 is for inclusive access to course materials. No additional materials will be required for purchase.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 67119 5.0 Lec R 06:00pm - 08:20pm H 328A 17 0 0 0 Pending Staff 02/14-05/07 11
Lec 5.5 hours/week ONLINE 02/14-05/07

SPAN 102 - Beginning Spanish II (5 Units)

Prerequisites: SPAN 101 or two years of high school Spanish or qualifying score on SBCC SoML placement exam.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Focuses on the essentials of spoken and written Spanish for the beginner and provides an introduction to the culture of Spanish speakers.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (SPAN 110.), CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 6A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Special Fee: A material fee of $90 is for inclusive access to course materials. No additional materials will be required for purchase.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 66668 5.0 Lec W 10:30am - 12:20pm H 301 24 8 0 0 Jose Segundo Gil 02/14-05/07 11
Lec 6.2 hours/week ONLINE 02/14-05/07

TA - Theatre Arts

TA 111 - Beginning Acting (3 Units)

Introduction to the separate parts of the composite art of acting, which entails the effective communication of the ideas and emotions of a dramatic character to an audience. The ultimate goal is to develop a firm foundation in basic acting techniques.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (THTR 151.), CSUGE Area C1, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67795 3.0 Lec T R 09:15am - 10:55am DM 139 25 4 5 0 Caren Adorni 01/24-05/07 14

TIS - Translation and Interpretation Services

TIS 101 - Introduction to Translation and Interpretation (4 Units)

Introduction to standards and techniques of translation and interpretation. Acquisition of interpretation and translation skills of written materials.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 67334 4.0 Lec 6.5 hours/week ONLINE 30 4 0 0 Lena Moran 02/14-05/07 11

TIS 116 - Basic Medical Terminology, Spanish (3 Units)

Introduction to specialized vocabulary and basic grammatical concepts needed by health profession personnel and their application in practical settings. Includes an intro to medical terminology in Spanish that includes body structure, body systems, prefixes, suffixes, word roots, false cognates and most common pitfalls due to English interference and linguistic transfer.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: A material fee of $65 is for inclusive access to course materials. No additional materials will be required for purchase.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 67352 3.0 Lec 4.9 hours/week ONLINE 30 14 0 0 Jose Segundo Gil 02/14-05/07 11

WEXP - Work Experience

WEXP 290 - General Work Experience (1-4 Units)

Combines academic study and practical work experience to develop students' marketable skills. Students pursue new or expanded responsibilities or learning opportunities beyond those experienced during previous employment. Student jobs need not be related to their educational goals. Students sign up for a unit load according to the number of hours they will work in a semester: 1 unit = 60 hours unpaid work or internship / 75 hours paid work or internship.
Hours: 300 (300 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN 20 67060 1.0 ONLINE 35 0 0 0 Pending Staff 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN 20 67061 1.0 ONLINE 18 12 0 0 Holly Eubank 01/31-05/07 13
OPEN 20 67065 2.0 ONLINE 35 8 0 0 Liz Jungermann 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN 20 67066 3.0 ONLINE 35 9 0 0 Mary Willer 03/07-05/07 8
OPEN 20 67069 3.0 ONLINE 35 5 0 0 Jamie Sublett 01/31-05/07 13
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