Class Schedule Search Results for Spring 2024

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ACCT - Accounting

ACCT 110 - Introduction to Accounting (4 Units)

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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OPEN CW 54278 4.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 30 12 5 0 Robert Smagula 01/22-05/18 16
Lec M 05:15pm - 07:15pm BC 302 01/22-05/18
OPEN CW 54279 4.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 30 6 5 0 Benjamin Reyes 01/22-05/18 16
Lec M 08:00am - 10:00am BC 302 01/22-05/18
OPEN 54280 4.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:35pm BC 302 30 10 5 0 Robert Smagula 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN CW 57101 4.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 30 20 5 0 Benjamin Reyes 01/22-05/18 16
Lec M 10:15am - 12:15pm BC 302 01/22-05/18

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 OL 68673 3.0 Lec T R 05:30pm - 06:50pm ONLINE 30 18 5 0 Eva Schmidt 01/22-05/18 16

ACCT 230 - Financial Accounting (5 Units)

Course Advisories: ACCT 110.
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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OPEN 54283 5.0 Lec M W 10:30am - 12:40pm BC 301 35 24 5 0 Laura Woyach 01/22-05/18 16
STANDBY 54284 5.0 Lec T R 10:30am - 12:40pm BC 301 0 0 0 0 Laura Woyach 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN CW 66633 5.0 Lec 3.1 hours/week ONLINE 35 18 5 0 Benjamin Reyes 01/22-05/18 16
Lec W 08:00am - 10:10am BC 302 01/22-05/18
OPEN CW 67956 5.0 Lec 3.1 hours/week ONLINE 35 27 5 0 Benjamin Reyes 01/22-05/18 16
Lec W 10:30am - 12:40pm BC 302 01/22-05/18

ACCT 240 - Managerial Accounting (4 Units)

Prerequisites: ACCT 230.
Course Advisories: ACCT 110.
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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CLOSED 54287 4.0 Lec M W 03:00pm - 05:05pm BC 302 35 35 5 5 Laura Woyach 01/22-05/18 16
CLOSED CW 60918 4.0 Lec M 01:00pm - 03:00pm BC 228 35 35 5 5 Benjamin Reyes 01/22-05/18 16
Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18
OPEN CW 68909 4.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 5 5 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 01/22-05/18 16
Lec W 05:15pm - 07:15pm BC 302 01/22-05/18

ADC - Addictive Disorders Counseling

ADC 120 - Alcohol and Other Drugs (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Study of psychoactive substance use, abuse and dependence from social, historical and current perspectives, including biological, psychological and socio-cultural models of addiction and dependence. Explores the impact of alcohol and drugs on American society and the dynamics of chemical dependency. Other topics include the cost of substance abuse, different treatment modalities and philosophies, and the effects of substance abuse on minorities, seniors and women.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 54020 3.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm WCC 304 30 8 5 0 Elmira Momeni 01/22-05/18 16

ADC 123 - Group Treatment (3 Units)

Corequisites: prior or concurrent enrollment in ADC 121.
Examines the theory and practice of group therapy as a primary modality in the treatment of substance abuse/dependency and explores group structures and compositions that work best for different populations in successive stages of recovery, stages of group process, and effective group leader skills.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 67103 3.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm WCC 304 30 9 5 0 Samantha Matern 01/22-05/18 16

ADC 130 - Diversity and Cultural Issues In Counseling: Identity, Expression and Addiction (3 Units)

Examines the importance of diversity and culture in determining an individual's reality as applied to the prevention and treatment of alcohol and other drug abuse or dependence. Explores both dependence and codependence from different cultural perspectives, with emphasis on increasing the student's awareness of the social and economic factors that influence substance abuse among ethnic populations.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 69338 3.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 09:05pm WCC 305 30 11 5 0 Lacey Peters 01/22-05/18 16

ADC 290 - Work Experience in Alcohol and Drug Counseling (1-4 Units)

Prerequisites: ADC 126.
Provides certificate and degree students in Alcohol and Drug Counseling with fieldwork at an agency offering counseling and/or case management services to individuals and families with alcohol or other drug problems. Experiential Learning consists of 216 hours of supervised fieldwork over a 16-week semester.
Hours: 216 (216 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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CLOSED 20 69358 2.0 36 hours/week ECOC-3 1 1 0 0 Lacey Peters 12/18-01/20 4

AJ - Justice Studies

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

Course Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Comprehensive introduction to the history, functions, structures, processes and interactions of the basic components of the criminal justice system. Required course for majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 110.), CSUGE Area D0, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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OPEN 54026 3.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am WCC 306 40 7 6 0 Patrick Adams 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 67932 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 306 40 30 6 0 David Saunders 01/22-05/18 16

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

Examination of the types and history of ethical theories and development of moral and ethical behavior for criminal justice practitioners. Students learn how to analyze an ethical dilemma and apply this process to contemporary law enforcement issues..
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D0, CSUGE Area D8, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, AJ 103, AJ 104, AJ 107, AJ 110, AJ 111, AJ 125, AJ 255 and AJ 265 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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OPEN 54028 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 306 40 20 6 0 David Saunders 01/22-05/18 16

AJ 107 - Concepts Of Criminal Law (3 Units)

Historical development and philosophy of law and constitutional provisions; definitions, classifications of crimes, and their application to the system of administration of justice; legal research, study of case law, methodology, and concepts of law as a social force.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 120.), CSUGE Area D8, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, AJ 103, AJ 104, AJ 107, AJ 110, AJ 111, AJ 125, AJ 255 and AJ 265 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 68669 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 306 40 20 6 0 Anne Redding 01/22-05/18 16

AJ 111 - Criminal Investigation (3 Units)

Fundamentals of investigation; techniques of crime scene search and recording; collection and preservation of evidence; modus operandi processes, sources of information and follow-up investigation.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 140.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, AJ 103, AJ 104, AJ 107, AJ 110, AJ 111, AJ 125, AJ 255 and AJ 265 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 57013 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 03:40pm WCC 306 40 38 6 0 David Saunders 01/22-05/18 16

AJ 113 - Community Relations (3 Units)

Examines the relationship between communities and the justice system in addressing crime and conflict. Emphasis on the challenges and prospects of administering justice within a diverse multicultural population. Topics include the consensus and conflicting values in cultural, religion, and law.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AJ 160.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 105, 113, 245, 250 and 271 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 62510 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 306 40 15 6 0 Kimberly Shean 01/22-05/18 16

AJ 125 - Introduction To Criminology (3 Units)

Examines the relationship between communities and the justice system in addressing crime and conflict. Emphasis on the challenges and prospects of administering justice within a diverse multicultural population. Topics include the consensus and conflicting values in cultural, religion, and law.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D0, IGETC Area 4J, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, AJ 103, AJ 104, AJ 107, AJ 110, AJ 111, AJ 125, AJ 255 and AJ 265 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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OPEN 55878 3.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am WCC 306 40 14 6 0 Kimberly Shean 01/22-05/18 16

AJ 250 - The Study of Murder (3 Units)

Historical and contemporary analysis of criminal homicide by examining the nature and extent of murder, including serial murder and sex crime-related murder.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 105, 113, 245, 250 and 271 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 57014 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 306 40 33 6 0 Anne Redding 01/22-05/18 16

AJ 265 - Crime and Human Behavior (3 Units)

Examines the application of psychology to crime and the criminal justice system. Analysis includes areas of intersection between the fields of psychology and criminal justice, the role of psychologists in the criminal justice system, the use of psychological concepts in court, and the psychology of criminal behavior.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D0, CSUGE Area D9, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 102, AJ 103, AJ 104, AJ 107, AJ 110, AJ 111, AJ 125, AJ 255 and AJ 265 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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OPEN 68351 3.0 Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm WCC 306 40 10 6 0 Silvina Minero 01/22-05/18 16

AJ 271 - The Study of Evil (3 Units)

Examination of legal and societal interest in defining, identifying and punishing "evil" people and their actions. Identifies cultural contexts of evil from sociological, psychological, philosophical, biological and neuroscience perspectives. Focus on historical events, with analysis of the various definitions of evil. Analyzes how societies respond to such behaviors, and how the C.J. system is impacted.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (AJ 105, 113, 245, 250 and 271 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 67934 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 306 40 20 6 0 Silvina Minero 01/22-05/18 16

ANTH - Anthropology

ANTH 101 - Physical Anthropology (3 Units)

Biological aspects of human characteristics and behavior, the relationship of humans to other animals, the origins and evolutionary adaptations of human populations, and the biological basis for the diversity of human groups.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 110.), CSUGE Area B2, IGETC Area 5B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ANTH 101, ANTH 101H and BIOL 171 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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OPEN CW 58106 3.0 Lec 1.7 hours/week ONLINE 100 56 19 0 Phyllisa Eisentraut 01/22-05/18 16
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm BC FORUM 01/22-05/18
CLOSED 67018 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 202 40 40 5 5 Tara Carter 01/22-05/18 16

ANTH 101H - Physical Anthropology, Honors (4 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Honors course.
Biological aspects of human characteristics and behavior, the relationship of humans to other animals, the origins and evolutionary adaptations of human populations, and the biological basis for the diversity of human groups. Emphasis on reading and discussing selections from classic and contemporary research, and producing original research projects.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 110.), CSUGE Area B2, IGETC Area 5B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ANTH 101, ANTH 101H and BIOL 171 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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CLOSED HR 69105 4.0 Lec 1.7 hours/week ONLINE 25 25 0 0 Phyllisa Eisentraut 01/22-05/18 16
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm BC FORUM 01/22-05/18
Lec M 12:45pm - 01:40pm WCC 106 01/22-05/18

ANTH 101L - Physical Anthropology Laboratory (1 Unit)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: ANTH 101.
Laboratory approach to topics covered in ANTH 101, with emphasis on population genetics, human osteology, biological classification, primate behavior and fossil hominids.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 115L.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
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Waitlisted 64147 1.0 Lab T 02:30pm - 05:30pm WCC 205 24 24 5 0 Mark Sanders 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 65471 1.0 Lab M 02:30pm - 05:30pm WCC 205 24 24 5 4 Phyllisa Eisentraut 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 66506 1.0 Lab W 02:30pm - 05:30pm WCC 205 24 24 5 2 Allison Jaqua 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 67356 1.0 Lab R 02:30pm - 05:30pm WCC 205 24 24 4 0 Allison Jaqua 01/22-05/18 16

ANTH 102 - Introduction To Archaeology (3 Units)

Introduction to the methods and theories of anthropological archaeology, as well as a review of significant data and models that contribute to knowledge of the human past. Includes the history and interdisciplinary nature of archaeological research; dating techniques; field and laboratory methods; CRM; ethical considerations; and selected cultural sequences.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 150.), CSUGE Area D1, IGETC Area 4A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (102 and 102H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
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OPEN 55937 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 205 35 15 5 0 Mark Sanders 01/22-05/18 16

ANTH 103 - Introduction To Cultural Anthropology (3 Units)

Introductory survey course which explores humankind's cultural diversity through the application of contemporary anthropological theories and perspectives. Based on the premise that studying others enables us to see ourselves better. Culture is analyzed, and the basic principles of the discipline are examined critically.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ANTH 120.), CSUGE Area D1, IGETC Area 4A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area E5
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OPEN 55662 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:35pm A 211 100 37 15 0 Tara Carter 01/22-05/18 16

ANTH 104 - Language and Culture (3 Units)

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
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OPEN CW 55939 3.0 Lec 1.7 hours/week ONLINE 40 30 6 0 Phyllisa Eisentraut 01/22-05/18 16
Lec W 11:10am - 12:30pm IDC 211 01/22-05/18

ANTH 109 - Comparative World Cultures (3 Units)

In-depth comparison of two or more of the world's cultures. Emphasizes the cultural and ethnic diversity of the areas. Focuses on a comparison and contrast of traditional cultural complexes, cultures in transition, and contemporary and/or historic patterns.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D1, IGETC Area 4A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area E5
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OPEN 69109 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 106 40 7 6 0 Mark Sanders 01/22-05/18 16

ANTH 113 - Witchcraft, Magic, Science And Religion (3 Units)

Introductory course designed to examine belief systems of a wide variety of cultures around the world.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D1, IGETC Area 4A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area E5
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OPEN 67727 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 202 40 29 6 0 Allison Jaqua 01/22-05/18 16

ANTH 299 - Independent Study In Anthropology (1-4 Units)

Directed study, topic chosen by student, 1-3 hours of conference with faculty member, according to the number of units in which a student enrolls.
Hours: 192 (192 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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STANDBY 40 68979 2.0 6.4 hours/week TBA 0 0 0 0 Tara Carter 01/22-05/18 16

ART - Art

ART 101 - Visual Literacy (3 Units)

Study of the language, methods, materials and meaning of visual imagery, as found in the visual arts. Role and meaning of visual images in society, both historical and contemporary, are surveyed.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ARTH 100.), CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
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OPEN 54225 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm H 111 60 14 9 0 Mason Cummings 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 63995 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm H 111 60 36 9 0 Barbara Vilander 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 69246 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 03:40pm H 111 60 9 9 0 Mason Cummings 01/22-05/18 16

ART 102B - Late Twentieth Century Art (3 Units)

Introduction to developments in art of the late 20th century and their theoretical basis. Exploration of the historical, social, cultural and ideological context of art made after World War II to the end of the century.
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 54227 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm H 111 35 7 5 0 Joy Kunz 01/22-05/18 16

ART 104 - History of Art, Renaissance to Modern (3 Units)

Survey of art from 1300 to the end of the 20th century (the Renaissance to Post-Modernism), and an examination of its cultural and conceptual context.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ARTH 120.), CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (104 and 104H combined: Maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
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OPEN 60949 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am H 111 60 40 9 0 Joy Kunz 01/22-05/18 16

ART 114 - History Of Photography (3 Units)

Overview of the history of photography from 1839 to the present. Organized in a topical framework, course examines the development of photography, its role in visual communication and artistic expression, as well as its contribution to the visual arts. Technological developments and individual photographers are also discussed.
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 67233 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm H 111 40 30 6 0 Barbara Vilander 01/22-05/18 16

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
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OPEN CW 67570 3.0 Lec F 09:35am - 12:35pm H 221 24 18 4 0 Stephanie Washburn 02/09-02/09 6
Lec F 09:35am - 03:35pm H 221 02/23-02/23
Lec F 09:05am - 05:35pm H 221 03/01-03/08
Lec F 09:35am - 12:35pm H 221 03/15-03/15
Lec 4 hours/week ONLINE 02/09-03/15

ART 120 - Fundamentals Of Drawing (3 Units)

Basic principles of drawing and composition, with emphasis on contour, gesture, value and perspective.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ARTS 110.), CSUGE Area C1, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
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OPEN CW 64982 3.0 Lec 3.5 hours/week ONLINE 24 10 4 0 Stephanie Washburn 01/22-04/20 12
Lab W 09:35am - 01:30pm H 220 01/22-04/20
Waitlisted CW 67157 3.0 Lec 3.5 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 0 Stephanie Washburn 01/22-04/20 12
Lab W 02:20pm - 06:15pm H 220 01/22-04/20
OPEN CW 67566 3.0 Lec 3.5 hours/week ONLINE 24 5 4 0 Stephanie Washburn 01/22-04/20 12
Lab R 09:35am - 01:35pm H 220 01/22-04/20

ART 132 - Fundamentals of Painting (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ART 101.
Introduction to the foundation elements of painting. Focus on developing bedrock craft, technical and theoretical skills.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Special Fee: $15.00 for Wood and Canvas materials.
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OPEN CW 68578 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 24 23 4 0 Christopher Ulivo 01/22-04/20 12
Lab W 12:45pm - 04:25pm H 204 01/22-04/20
OPEN CW 69244 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 24 9 4 0 Christopher Ulivo 01/22-04/20 12
Lab R 12:45pm - 04:25pm H 204 01/22-04/20

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

Beginning course in three-dimensional design. Introduction to form, structure, the elements of design and three-dimensional design theory. Includes an exploration of various materials and techniques, with emphasis on the creative process.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ARTS 101.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $35.00 for Wood and Canvas materials.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 54253 3.0 Lec M 09:35am - 11:30am H 104 24 22 4 0 Armando Ramos 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 09:35am - 12:30pm H 104 01/22-05/18
OPEN 57097 3.0 Lec M 12:45pm - 02:40pm H 104 24 20 4 0 Armando Ramos 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 12:45pm - 03:40pm H 104 01/22-05/18

ART 150 - Fundamentals of Ceramics (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ART 101 and ART 141.
Introductory course on the techniques employed in working with clay. Topics include wheel throwing, hand-building, engobe and glaze application.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $35.00 for Clay and Glaze materials.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 67563 3.0 Lec T 09:35am - 11:30am H 107 24 18 0 0 Karen Tepaz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 09:35am - 12:30pm H 107 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 67564 3.0 Lec M 09:35am - 11:35am H 107 24 24 4 2 Karen Tepaz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 09:35am - 12:30pm H 107 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 68784 3.0 Lec T 12:45pm - 02:45pm H 107 24 24 4 3 Karen Tepaz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 12:45pm - 03:45pm H 107 01/22-05/18
CLOSED 68785 3.0 Lec M 12:45pm - 02:45pm H 107 24 24 4 4 Karen Tepaz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 12:45pm - 03:45pm H 107 01/22-05/18

ART 151 - Intermediate Ceramics (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ART 141 and ART 150.
Course Advisories: ART 101.
Continuation of ART 150 in ceramics. Expanding the skills in forming techniques, wheel throwing and slab construction. Various glaze applications. Exploration of surface treatments: intaglio, sgraffito, majolica, mishima, wax resist. Rakus and other firing techniques also covered.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $30.00 for Clay and Glaze materials.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 68902 3.0 Lec T 09:35am - 11:30am H 107 24 6 0 0 Karen Tepaz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 09:35am - 12:30pm H 107 01/22-05/18

ART 170 - Introduction to Sculpture (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ART 101 and ART 120 and ART 141.
Introduction to the materials, tools and techniques of sculpture. Fundamentals of sculpture production explored, including methods of carving, construction and casting.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $35.00 for Clay and Glaze materials.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67561 3.0 Lec T 09:35am - 11:30am H 104 24 19 4 0 Armando Ramos 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 09:35am - 12:30pm H 102 01/22-05/18
OPEN 68234 3.0 Lec T 12:45pm - 02:40pm H 104 24 13 0 0 Armando Ramos 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 12:45pm - 03:40pm H 102 01/22-05/18

ART 171 - Intermediate Sculpture (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ART 141 and ART 170.
Continuation of ART 170. Studies and projects in lasting materials and the use of power tools. Three-dimensional aesthetics and problem-solving techniques included.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $40.00 for Plaster and other materials.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 68579 3.0 Lec T 12:45pm - 02:40pm H 104 24 3 0 0 Armando Ramos 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 12:45pm - 03:40pm H 102 01/22-05/18

ART 190 - Introduction to Printmaking (3 Units)

Course Advisories: ART 101, ART 120, ART 140, ENG 098.
Introduction to printmaking history and methods. This class explores materials in relief, intaglio, silkscreen and contemporary practices.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: $35.00 for Copper Plates and Wood materials.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted CW 67571 3.0 Lec 3.5 hours/week ONLINE 18 18 3 0 Stephanie Dotson 01/22-04/20 12
Lab W 12:45pm - 04:40pm H 112 01/22-04/20
Waitlisted CW 67572 3.0 Lec 3.5 hours/week ONLINE 18 18 3 0 Stephanie Dotson 01/22-04/20 12
Lab R 12:45pm - 04:40pm H 112 01/22-04/20

ASAM - Asian-American Studies

ASAM 101 - Comparative Asian-American History, 1849-1965 (3 Units)

Comparative analysis from 1849-1965 of Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Filipino immigration into Hawaii and the continental United States; settlement and employment patterns, community organizations, anti-Asian movements; women and families; internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II; and post-war developments.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D3, CSUGE Area F, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4, IGETC Area 4C, IGETC Area 7, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area E2, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 59628 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm TBA 40 15 6 0 Craig Cook 01/22-05/18 16

ASL - American Sign Language

ASL 101 - Beginning American Sign Language I (5 Units)

Introduces the use of American Sign Language (ASL), its grammatical rules, and cultural aspects of the deaf community. Emphasis is on building beginning receptive and expressive sign vocabulary, appropriate grammatical and affective facial expressions, syntax, and body modifiers. Study group participation and attendance at deaf events required.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 6A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 54726 5.0 Lec 3.9 hours/week ONLINE 30 25 5 0 Ignacio Ponce 01/22-05/18 16
Lec R 09:35am - 10:55am WCC 203 01/22-05/18
OPEN CW 59116 5.0 Lec R 02:20pm - 03:40pm WCC 203 30 16 5 0 Katherine Firkins 01/22-05/18 16
Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18

ASL 102 - Beginning American Sign Language II (5 Units)

Prerequisites: ASL 101 or two years of high school ASL or qualifying score on SBCC SoML placement exam.
Continues the basic foundations established in ASL 101. Covers the appropriate use of American Sign Language linguistic parameters, syntax, sentence types, facial expression and body language, sign space, pronominalization, nouns/verbs, time line, classifiers/SASSes, pluralizations, deaf culture, fingerspelling and cardinal and ordinal numbers. Study group work and attendance at deaf events is required.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 6A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 56044 5.0 Lec R 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 203 30 24 5 0 Ignacio Ponce 01/22-05/18 16
Lec 3.9 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18

AUTO - Automotive Service and Technology

AUTO 120 - Automotive Business and Soft Skills (4 Units)

Presents the operation of automotive business, discussion of various industry roles, and best practices for obtaining and retaining employment in the automotive industry. This course offers preparation for the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) C1 industry certification test. This ASE Education accredited course provides hands-on application of lecture materials. Employability skills will be discussed and practiced in this course, including: effective time management, maintaining a professional attitude working in a culturally diverse workplace, and industry-standard organizational habits and ethical behavior.
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 69215 4.0 Lec W 05:35pm - 09:30pm A 181 24 24 4 4 Stephen Mitchell 01/22-05/18 16

AUTO 130 - Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair (4.5 Units)

Presents the theory, operation, maintenance, and light repair of modern automotive vehicle systems . This course offers preparation for the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) G1 industry certification test. This ASE Education certified course provides hands-on application of lecture materials in the lab. Employability skills will be discussed and practiced in this course, including: effective time management, maintaining a professional attitude working in a culturally diverse workplace, and industry-standard organizational habits and ethical behavior.
Hours: 135 (54 lecture,81 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 69207 4.5 Lec M T 01:00pm - 02:20pm A 181 24 24 5 2 Russell Granger 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M T 02:30pm - 04:35pm A 181 01/22-05/18
OPEN 69208 4.5 Lec T 05:30pm - 06:50pm OE 182 24 13 4 0 Arjun Sarkar 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T R 07:00pm - 09:05pm A 123 01/22-05/18

AUTO 150 - Automotive Brakes, Suspension, & Steering Systems (4.5 Units)

Presents the theory, operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of automotive brakes, suspension, and steering systems, including disc and drum brakes, electronic braking systems, tire service, and wheel alignment. This course offers preparation for the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) A4 and A5 industry certification tests. This ASE Education accredited course provides hands-on application of lecture materials in the lab. Employability skills will be discussed and practiced in this course including: effective time management, maintaining a professional attitude working in a culturally diverse workplace, and industry-standard organizational habits and ethical behavior.
Hours: 135 (54 lecture,81 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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CLOSED 69214 4.5 Lec W R 08:00am - 09:20am A 181 24 24 4 4 Bob Stockero 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W R 09:30am - 11:35am A 181 01/22-05/18

AUTO 160 - Automotive Electricity and Electronic Systems (4.5 Units)

Presents the theory, operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of automotive electrical/electronic systems. This course offers preparation for the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) A6 industry certification test. This ASE Education accredited course provides hands-on application of lecture materials in the lab. Employability skills will be discussed and practiced in this course, including: effective time management, maintaining a professional attitude working in a culturally diverse workplace, and industry-standard organizational habits and ethical behavior.
Hours: 135 (54 lecture,81 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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CLOSED 69213 4.5 Lec M T 08:00am - 09:20am A 181 24 24 4 4 Russell Granger 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M T 09:30am - 11:35am A 181 01/22-05/18

AUTO 180 - Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Systems (3 Units)

Course Advisories: AUTO 160.
Presents the theory, operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of automotive heating and air conditioning components. This course offers preparation for the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) A7 industry certification test. This ASE Education accredited course provides hands-on application of lecture materials in the lab. Employability skills will be discussed and practiced in this course, including: effective time management, maintaining a professional attitude working in a culturally diverse workplace, and industry-standard organizational habits and ethical behavior.
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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Waitlisted 69210 3.0 Lec W 01:00pm - 02:20pm A 181 24 24 4 3 Russell Granger 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 02:25pm - 05:30pm A 181 01/22-05/18

AUTO 190 - Automotive Drivetrain Systems (4.5 Units)

Course Advisories: AUTO 160.
Presents the theory, operation, diagnosis, service, and repair of automotive drivetrain systems, including automatic transmissions/transaxles, manual transmissions/transaxles, and driveline components. This course offers preparation for the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) A2 and A3 industry certification tests. This ASE Education accredited course provides hands-on application of lecture materials in the lab. Employability skills will be discussed and practiced in this course, including: effective time management, maintaining a professional attitude working in a culturally diverse workplace, and industry-standard organizational habits and ethical behavior.
Hours: 135 (54 lecture,81 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 69212 4.5 Lec W R 08:00am - 09:20am OE 182 24 24 4 3 David Brainerd 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W R 09:30am - 11:35am OE 182 01/22-05/18

BIOL - Biology

BIOL 100 - Concepts Of Biology (4 Units)

Basic concepts of biology. Designed for non-biological sciences majors with no prior general biology course. Satisfies SBCC General Education requirement in Natural Sciences.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (No credit for BIOL 100 if taken after BIOL 101, 102 or 103.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 54944 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 23 4 0 Michelle Kowalewski 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 11:00am - 02:15pm EBS 202 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted CW 54946 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 0 Michelle Kowalewski 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 202 01/22-05/18
OPEN 58354 4.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 301 24 17 4 0 Daniel Zarate 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 202 01/22-05/18
OPEN 59735 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 301 24 15 4 0 Daniel Zarate 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 202 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 04 61420 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 301 24 24 4 0 Daniel Zarate 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 202 01/22-05/18
OPEN 61686 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 301 24 5 4 0 Daniel Zarate 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 202 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 62573 4.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 301 24 24 4 0 James Doohan 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 202 01/22-05/18
STANDBY 69206 4.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 301 0 0 0 0 James Doohan 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 202 01/22-05/18

BIOL 101 - Plant Biology (4 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 107 or MATH 110C or MATH 137C or SS 110C or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Course Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
Principles of biology, with emphasis on major plant groups. Anatomy, physiology, evolution, and diversity of the archaea, bacteria, algae, fungi and plantae. Required for the Biological Sciences major. Satisfies SBCC General Education requirement in Natural Sciences.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 135S, BIOL 140, BIOL 155.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted CW 54951 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 3 Eric Wise 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
CLOSED 54953 4.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am EBS 309 24 24 4 4 Jennifer Maupin 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 65459 4.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am EBS 309 24 24 4 3 Jennifer Maupin 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 67023 4.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am EBS 309 24 24 4 2 Jennifer Maupin 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18

BIOL 102 - Animal Biology (5 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 110C or MATH 137C or MATH 107 or SS 110C or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Course Advisories: BIOL 101, ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Principles of animal taxonomy, evolution, population and community ecology; protist and animal diversity and adaptations; emphasis on vertebrate anatomy and physiology. Required for the Biological Sciences major.
Hours: 162 (54 lecture,108 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 135S, BIOL 140, BIOL 150.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 54956 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 25 25 5 0 Blakely Barron 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M W 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 209 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 54957 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 25 25 5 1 Blakely Barron 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M W 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 209 01/22-05/18
OPEN 54958 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 25 24 5 0 Blakely Barron 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T R 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 209 01/22-05/18

BIOL 103 - Cell and Molecular Biology (5 Units)

Prerequisite: CHEM 155 or CHEM 104, MATH 107 or MATH 110C or MATH 137C or SS 110C or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Course Advisories: ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Cell structure and function: molecular architecture, reproduction and growth; mechanisms of genetics; intercellular communication; cell and organ system physiology; life's origin. Study scientific literature with instruction in critical thinking, composition and logical analyses of ideas and experiments. Required for Biological Sciences majors. Satisfies SBCC General Education requirement in Communication and Analytical Thinking.
Hours: 162 (54 lecture,108 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 135S, BIOL 190.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BIOL 103 maximum credit, 5 units.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A, SBCCGE Area D2
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 54961 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 8 2 0 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 09:40am - 02:20pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 11:20am - 12:30pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 54962 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 8 2 0 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 09:40am - 02:20pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 12:40pm - 01:50pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 64428 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 8 2 1 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 09:40am - 02:20pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 02:10pm - 03:20pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 64475 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 8 2 0 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 09:40am - 02:20pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 11:20am - 12:30pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 64476 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 8 2 0 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 09:40am - 02:20pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 12:40pm - 01:50pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 64477 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 8 2 0 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 09:40am - 02:20pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 02:10pm - 03:20pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 64478 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 8 2 0 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab F 09:00am - 01:40pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 11:20am - 12:30pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
OPEN 64479 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 2 2 0 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab F 09:00am - 01:40pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 12:40pm - 01:50pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18
OPEN 64480 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am EBS 309 8 2 2 0 Jennifer Betancourt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab F 09:00am - 01:40pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Lab M 02:10pm - 03:20pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18

BIOL 125 - Marine Biology (4 Units)

Study of marine plants and animals, with emphasis on local organisms and their ecological adaptations. Laboratory includes visits to local coastal and marine ecosystems.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BIOL 125 and 126 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 67842 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 301 24 24 4 1 Michelle Paddack 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 210 01/22-05/18
STANDBY 69220 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 301 0 0 0 0 Michelle Paddack 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 210 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 54972 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 301 24 24 4 3 Michelle Paddack 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 210 01/22-05/18

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 69221 3.0 Lec F 08:00am - 01:00pm EBS 210 24 17 4 0 Michelle Paddack 02/09-02/09 11
Lec 2.7 hours/week FIELD 02/23-04/21
Lec F 08:00am - 01:00pm EBS 210 04/26-04/26
Lab F 08:00am - 01:00pm FIELD 02/23-03/01
Lab 5.4 hours/week FIELD 03/05-03/12
Lab 5.4 hours/week FIELD 03/08-03/10
Lab F 08:00am - 01:00pm FIELD 03/15-03/22
Lab 5.4 hours/week FIELD 04/19-04/21

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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Waitlisted CW 66846 4.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 35 5 2 Daniel Spitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lec W 11:10am - 01:00pm BC 228 01/22-05/18
STANDBY CW 68368 4.0 Lec 8.2 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Bob Dahlstedt 04/01-05/18 7
Lec T 02:00pm - 04:00pm BC 228 04/01-05/18
OPEN CW 68768 4.0 Lec R 01:00pm - 03:00pm BC 228 35 27 5 0 Dan Revich 01/22-05/18 16
Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18

BLST - Black Studies

BLST 101 - The African-American In U.S. History To World War II (3 Units)

Historical survey of Black people in American society and culture, from the African background to World War II, with special emphasis on contributions, institutions, trends, movements and problems relevant to Black America. A balanced emphasis is placed on social, political, economic and intellectual considerations. This is a lecture course with an emphasis on discussion.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D3, CSUGE Area F, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4, IGETC Area 4C, IGETC Area 7, 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 54001 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 105 40 11 6 0 Jamece Brown 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 62658 3.0 Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm WCC 119 40 5 6 0 Craig Cook 01/22-05/18 16

BLST 102 - The African-American In U.S. History, From Civil Rights Movement To Present (3 Units)

Comprehensive examination of the history of Black people in American society and culture from the Civil Rights Movement to the present, with special emphasis on contributions, institutions, trends, movements and problems relevant to Black America. The award-winning film series, Eyes on the Prize, serves as a focal point.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D3, CSUGE Area F, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4, IGETC Area 4C, IGETC Area 7, 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 59281 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 103 40 8 6 0 Craig Cook 01/22-05/18 16

BLST 111 - The African-American Music Experience (3 Units)

Survey and appreciation of basic concepts in music, via examination of the principal developments in the primitive, folk and classical music of African-Americans as culture for the non-music major.
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 68823 3.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:20am WCC 216 40 13 6 0 David Malvinni 01/22-05/18 16

BMS - Bio-medical Sciences

BMS 100 - The Human Body (4 Units)

Course Advisories: One semester High School Biology.
Structure and function of the human body. Non-technical introduction to anatomy, physiology, exercise, fitness and nutrition. Laboratory experiments in human physiology; study of human anatomical materials. Satisfies SBCC General Education requirement in Natural Sciences, and Anatomy and Physiology requirements for SBCC LVN program. Does not satisfy requirements for ADN majors.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (No credit for BMS 100 if taken after BMS 107 or 108; BMS 100, 107, 108, and 146 combined: maximum credit, two courses.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 54990 4.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 301 24 24 4 1 Patty Saito 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 07:50am - 10:55am EBS 312 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 54991 4.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 301 24 24 4 3 Patty Saito 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 07:50am - 10:55am EBS 312 01/22-05/18

BMS 107 - Human Anatomy (4 Units)

Structure of the human body. Laboratory includes study of a human anatomical specimen and comparative anatomy. Transferable to all four-year institutions, including nursing schools.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 110B.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BMS 100, 107, 108 and 146 combined: maximum credit, two courses.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 54993 4.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 309 24 24 4 4 Patty Saito 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 07:50am - 10:55am EBS 312 01/22-05/18
CLOSED 54995 4.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 309 24 24 4 4 Patty Saito 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 07:50am - 10:55am EBS 312 01/22-05/18
CLOSED CW 60158 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 4 Barry Tanowitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18
CLOSED CW 63547 4.0 Lec hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 4 Barry Tanowitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab F 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted CW 64702 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 3 Barry Tanowitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18
CLOSED CW 65514 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 4 Peter Aguilar 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18
CLOSED CW 67029 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 4 Peter Aguilar 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18
CLOSED CW 67030 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 4 Peter Aguilar 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18

BMS 108 - Human Physiology (4 Units)

Course Advisories: BMS 107, CHEM 101 or CHEM 104.
Functions of the human body. Laboratory emphasizes recording physiological data from each student. Transferable to all four-year institutions, including nursing schools. Satisfies SBCC General Education requirement in Natural Sciences.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BIOL 120B.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BMS 100, 107, 108, and 146 combined: maximum credit, two courses.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 55004 4.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 309 24 24 4 0 Barry Tanowitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18
OPEN 65515 4.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 309 24 15 4 0 Barry Tanowitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18
OPEN 65516 4.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm EBS 309 24 6 4 0 Barry Tanowitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 312 01/22-05/18
CLOSED CW 67902 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 4 Peter Aguilar 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 11:10am - 02:15pm EBS 210 01/22-05/18
CLOSED CW 68172 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 4 Peter Aguilar 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 210 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 68644 4.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 301 24 24 4 0 Heather Rose 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 210 01/22-05/18

BMS 127 - Medical Microbiology (4 Units)

Prerequisites: CHEM 101 or one year of high school chemistry or CHEM 104 or CHEM 155.
Course Advisories: BMS 108, BIOL 100.
Surveys the microorganisms that contribute to human health and human disease. Biology of bacteria, viruses, fungi and a variety of Eukaryotic organisms will be investigated; emphases includes the structural and metabolic diversity of microorganisms, and the molecular and cellular basis of host-microbe interactions.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 63217 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 309 24 12 4 0 Robert Fischer 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:40pm - 05:45pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
OPEN 63218 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 309 24 22 4 0 Robert Fischer 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
OPEN 64098 4.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm EBS 309 24 15 4 0 Robert Fischer 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 08:00am - 11:05am EBS 313 01/22-05/18
OPEN 64595 4.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 309 24 16 4 0 Robert Fischer 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 02:30pm - 05:35pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 69227 4.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 309 24 24 4 3 Robert Fischer 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18
STANDBY 69228 4.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 309 0 0 0 0 Robert Fischer 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 06:00pm - 09:05pm EBS 313 01/22-05/18

BMS 136 - Biology Of Human Sexuality (3 Units)

Biological aspects of human sexuality. Fundamental principles and current research focused on the anatomy and physiology of reproductive systems, hormonal control of reproduction, diversity of sexual responses, sexual arousal, basic genetics and heredity, early human development, pregnancy, birth, causes and treatments of infertility, sexually transmitted infections, contraception, age-related changes in sexual function and behavior, sexual dysfunction and comparative sexual behaviors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area E, IGETC Area 5B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 57268 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am EBS 301 50 12 8 0 Blakely Barron 01/22-05/18 16

BOT - Botany

BOT 122 - Flowering Plant Identification (3 Units)

Botanical classification, methods of identification, and recognition of important California plant species and families.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AG-EH 112L.), CSUGE Area B2, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5B, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (BOT 100, 121 and 122 combined: maximum credit, two courses.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 68641 3.0 Lec F 09:00am - 11:00am EBS 201 27 27 7 1 Matthew Kay 01/22-05/18 16
Lab F 11:05am - 02:10pm EBS 201 01/22-05/18

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.), CSUGE Area D, 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 54298 3.0 Lec M 08:00am - 11:05am BC FORUM 70 31 11 0 Julie Brown 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 54299 3.0 Lec M 05:30pm - 08:35pm BC FORUM 70 20 11 0 Julie Brown 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN CW 68059 3.0 Lec 1.6 hours/week ONLINE 70 44 11 0 Daniel Spitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lec R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC FORUM 01/22-05/18
OPEN CW 68060 3.0 Lec 3.1 hours/week ONLINE 70 7 11 0 Laura Woyach 01/22-05/18 16
Lec W 05:30pm - 06:30pm BC FORUM 01/24-01/24
Lec W 05:30pm - 06:30pm BC FORUM 02/07-02/07
Lec W 05:30pm - 06:30pm BC FORUM 02/21-02/21
Lec W 05:30pm - 06:30pm BC FORUM 03/13-03/13
OPEN CW 68313 3.0 Lec 6.3 hours/week ONLINE 70 1 11 0 Laura Woyach 03/18-05/18 8
Lec W 05:30pm - 06:30pm BC FORUM 03/20-03/20
Lec W 05:30pm - 06:30pm BC FORUM 04/03-04/03
Lec W 05:30pm - 06:30pm BC FORUM 05/01-05/01
Lec W 05:30pm - 06:30pm BC FORUM 05/15-05/15
OPEN 68786 3.0 Lec T 05:30pm - 08:30pm BC 228 35 2 5 0 Valerie Ellis 01/22-05/18 16

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: C-ID (HOSP 110.), CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 57250 2.0 Lec T 02:00pm - 04:00pm ECC 20 33 11 5 0 Kendra Wise 01/22-05/18 16

CA 117A - Hotline Kitchen Fundamentals (4 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CA 113.
Introduction to the professional kitchen. Emphasis on classical cooking and current scientific theories provides the student with a solid understanding of food chemistry and cooking techniques. Study of equipment, ingredients and basic cooking methods of the modern professional kitchen. Hands-on application of theory and techniques.
Hours: 144 (36 lecture,108 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67256 4.0 Lec M W 09:00am - 10:00am CC 108 18 9 3 0 Stephane Rapp 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M W 10:05am - 01:05pm CC 108 01/22-05/18
OPEN 69236 4.0 Lec M W 02:00pm - 02:50pm CC 108 18 9 3 0 Charles Fredericks 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M W 03:00pm - 06:05pm CC 108 01/22-05/18

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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Waitlisted 54911 2.0 Lec T 09:00am - 10:00am BKSHOP 12 12 2 1 Stephane Rapp 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 10:05am - 01:05pm BKSHOP 01/22-05/18

CA 201 - Wines (2 Units)

Course Advisories: ENG 088.
Identification of wines from the wine districts of France, Germany and Italy. Characteristics of wines from the major wine varietals emphasized and the process of wine-making presented.
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 69237 2.0 Lec W 11:00am - 01:00pm CC 122 33 15 5 0 Michael Vonheckler 01/22-05/18 16

CA 204 - Advanced Restaurant and Culinary (4 Units)

Prerequisites: CA 203A or CA 295.
Designed to further acquaint students with advanced cooking and service techniques. Advanced techniques of cooking, sauce and stock making, roasting, braising, sauteing, etc. stressed. Students apply techniques to classical and modern cooking and service styles in the Gourmet Dining Room.
Hours: 216 (216 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67982 4.0 Lab R F 03:00pm - 09:05pm GDR 12 8 2 0 Charles Fredericks 01/22-05/18 16

CA 236 - Meat Analysis (2 Units)

Prerequisites: CA 113 and CA 117A.
Cuts, grades and usage of meats are discussed. Pork, veal, beef, lamb and poultry are cut into the standard cuts set by the industry. Costs of different types of meat are covered.
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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OPEN 68738 2.0 Lec R 09:00am - 10:00am CC 108 18 15 3 0 Charles Fredericks 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 10:05am - 01:05pm CC 108 01/22-05/18

CA 261 - Restaurant Ownership (2 Units)

Prerequisite: CA 111.
Planning and operation of a food service establishment. An in-depth look at the creation and implementation of a feasibility study, devising a mission statement, using and understanding demographic research, site selection, creating capital, preparing a financial statement, creating a menu, devising a plan for staffing and day-to-day operations management.
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 68144 2.0 Lec W 08:00am - 10:00am CC 122 33 18 5 0 Mitchell Sjerven 01/22-05/18 16

CA 295 - Internship In Culinary Arts (4 Units)

Prerequisite: CA 117A.
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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STANDBY 20 67989 4.0 M T W R F 24 hours/week JSB 0 2 0 0 Stephane Rapp 01/22-03/16 8
STANDBY 20 69239 4.0 M T W R F 24 hours/week JSB 0 1 0 0 Stephane Rapp 03/18-05/18 8
OPEN 20 69369 4.0 M T W R F 17 hours/week TBA 12 5 2 0 Stephane Rapp 01/22-05/18 16

CHEM - Chemistry

CHEM 101 - Introductory Chemistry (4 Units)

Introduction to Chemistry, with laboratory. Topics include atomic structure; matter and energy; the Periodic Table; chemical properties and reactions; nomenclature; behavior of gases, liquids, and solids; intermolecular forces; acid-base chemistry; and nuclear chemistry. Recommended for non-science majors as a science with a laboratory course or as a preparatory course for CHEM 155.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CHEM 101, CHEM 104 and CHEM 110 combined: maximum credit, one course. No credit for CHEM 101 or CHEM 104 or CHEM 110 if taken after CHEM 155.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 54390 4.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am PS 101 23 23 3 1 Juan Carrera Espinoza 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 09:30am - 12:35pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
CLOSED 54392 4.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am PS 101 21 21 0 1 Juan Carrera Espinoza 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:15pm - 05:20pm PS 209 01/22-05/18
CLOSED 60201 4.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am PS 101 22 22 0 1 Juan Carrera Espinoza 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 09:30am - 12:35pm PS 209 01/22-05/18
OPEN 60203 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm PS 101 24 10 4 0 Raeanne Napoleon 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 09:30am - 12:35pm PS 209 01/22-05/18
OPEN 60204 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm PS 101 24 21 4 0 Raeanne Napoleon 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 09:30am - 12:35pm PS 209 01/22-05/18
OPEN 61100 4.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm PS 101 24 6 4 0 Raeanne Napoleon 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 09:30am - 12:35pm PS 209 01/22-05/18

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

Introduction to chemistry, with emphasis on chemical principles and their application to biological systems and processes. Approximately half of the semester covers general chemistry topics, with the remainder covering an introduction to organic chemistry topics and biochemistry topics. Recommended for non-science majors, especially those in the fields of allied health, nursing (ADN), and physical education.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CHEM 101, CHEM 104 and CHEM 110 combined: maximum credit, one course. No credit for CHEM 101 or CHEM 104 or CHEM 110 if taken after CHEM 155.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 58340 4.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 08:05pm PS 130 24 24 4 1 Mojgan Roushan 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 07:00pm - 10:05pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec W 06:00pm - 06:50pm PS 130 01/22-05/18
OPEN 66467 4.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 08:05pm PS 130 24 20 4 0 Mojgan Roushan 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 08:00am - 11:05am PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec W 06:00pm - 06:50pm PS 130 01/22-05/18
CLOSED CW 68783 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 24 4 4 Katie Hughes 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 11:15am - 02:20pm PS 214 01/22-05/18

CHEM 155 - General Chemistry I (5 Units)

Prerequisites: CHEM 101 or CHEM 104 or One year of high school chemistry, MATH 107 or MATH 110C or MATH 137C or SS 110C or or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Course Advisories: ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
First semester of a two-semester General Chemistry course sequence. Includes laboratory. Topics include the structure of atoms and molecules, stoichiometry, types of chemical bonding and chemical reactions, gas laws, molecular structure, acid-base chemistry, and thermodynamics. Laboratory focuses on collection and interpretation of data, and includes spectroscopy. Required for science, engineering and pre-dental and pre-medical majors.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CHEM 110, CHEM 120S.), CSUGE Area B1, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 54401 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 101 22 22 10 4 Christopher Bernt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 02:40pm - 05:30pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Lec M 01:30pm - 02:35pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 54409 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 101 22 22 10 0 Christopher Bernt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Lec T 08:00am - 09:05am PS 208 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 54410 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 101 22 22 10 4 Christopher Bernt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:10pm - 05:00pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Lec T 01:00pm - 02:05pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 54411 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 101 22 22 10 2 Christopher Bernt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 02:40pm - 05:30pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Lec W 01:30pm - 02:35pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
OPEN 63367 5.0 Lec T R 06:00pm - 07:20pm PS 128 22 21 10 0 Christopher Bernt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab F 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Lec F 08:00am - 09:05am PS 208 01/22-05/18
OPEN 67740 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 101 22 14 10 0 Christopher Bernt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Lec R 08:00am - 09:05am PS 208 01/22-05/18
OPEN 67741 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 101 22 13 10 0 Christopher Bernt 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 02:10pm - 05:00pm PS 208 01/22-05/18
Lec R 01:00pm - 02:05pm PS 208 01/22-05/18

CHEM 156 - General Chemistry II (5 Units)

Prerequisites: CHEM 155.
Second semester of a two-semester General Chemistry course sequence. Includes laboratory. Topics include thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, and chemical applications. Laboratory focuses on collection and interpretation of data, and includes quantitative analysis and spectroscopy. Required for science, engineering and pre-dental and pre-medical majors. (CAN CHEM 4 or CAN CHEM SEQ A [with CHEM 155])
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CHEM 120S.), CSUGE Area B1, CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5A, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 54414 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 130 22 22 4 2 Eric Bullock 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 02:40pm - 05:30pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec M 01:30pm - 02:35pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
OPEN 54421 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 130 22 19 4 0 Eric Bullock 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec T 08:00am - 09:05am PS 214 01/22-05/18
OPEN 57506 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am PS 130 22 17 4 0 Eric Bullock 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:10pm - 05:00pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec T 01:00pm - 02:05pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Waitlisted 59147 5.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm PS 130 22 22 4 0 Eric Bullock 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 02:40pm - 05:30pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec W 01:30pm - 02:35pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
CLOSED 59561 5.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 08:05pm PS 130 24 24 4 4 Alexander Horwitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lec T 08:10pm - 09:10pm PS 130 01/22-05/18
Lab R 07:00pm - 09:50pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec R 06:00pm - 06:50pm PS 130 01/22-05/18
CLOSED 64671 5.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 08:05pm PS 130 24 24 4 4 Alexander Horwitz 01/22-05/18 16
Lec T 08:10pm - 09:10pm PS 130 01/22-05/18
Lab R 03:00pm - 05:50pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec R 06:00pm - 06:50pm PS 130 01/22-05/18
OPEN 65232 5.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am PS 130 22 8 4 0 Eric Bullock 01/22-05/18 16
Lab F 09:10am - 12:00pm PS 214 01/22-05/18
Lec F 08:00am - 09:05am PS 214 01/22-05/18

CHEM 212 - Organic Chemistry II (3 Units)

Prerequisites: CHEM 211.
Second semester of a two-semester Organic Chemistry course sequence. Topics further study the fundamental principles of organic chemistry, with emphasis on organic syntheses and reaction mechanisms, as well as spectroscopic methods. Intended for students in chemistry, chemical engineering, biology, pre-med, pre-dental, and related programs. Concurrent enrollment in CHEM 222 recommended.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CHEM 160S.), CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CHEM 212 and 222 combined: maximum credit, 5 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 54424 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm PS 101 75 68 11 0 Jess Estrada 01/22-05/18 16

CHEM 222 - Organic Chemistry Laboratory II (2.5 Units)

Prerequisites: CHEM 221.
Corequisites: CHEM 212.
Second-semester Organic Chemistry laboratory. Focuses on organic syntheses and corresponding organic chemistry laboratory techniques, including techniques of separation, purification, and identification of organic compounds. Includes IR spectroscopy, NMR, distillation, crystallization, extraction, determination of physical properties, and microscale techniques.
Hours: 135 (135 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CHEM 160S.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CHEM 212 and 222 combined: maximum credit, 5 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 54425 2.5 Lab M W 03:50pm - 07:40pm PS 219 16 16 2 0 Nancy Carrillo 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 54426 2.5 Lab T R 02:30pm - 06:20pm PS 219 16 16 2 0 Jess Estrada 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 56037 2.5 Lab T R 08:00am - 11:50am PS 219 16 16 3 0 Jess Estrada 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 67269 2.5 Lab M W 08:00am - 11:50am PS 219 16 16 3 1 Jess Estrada 01/22-05/18 16

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, CSUGE Area F, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4, IGETC Area 4C, IGETC Area 7, 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 CW 61265 3.0 Lec hours/week ONLINE 40 28 6 0 Thomas Carrasco 01/22-05/18 16
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 102 01/22-01/22
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 102 02/05-02/05
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 102 02/12-02/12
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 102 03/04-03/04
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 102 03/18-03/18
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 102 04/08-04/08
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 102 04/22-04/22
Lec M 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 102 05/06-05/06
OPEN 62472 3.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am WCC 216 40 10 6 0 Thomas Carrasco 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 69263 3.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 09:05pm WCC 216 30 7 5 0 Adrian Flores Mejia 01/22-05/18 16

CHST 131 - History Of Chicano Art (3 Units)

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
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 69290 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 03:40pm WCC 117 40 8 6 0 Melinda Gandara 01/22-05/18 16

COMM - Communication

COMM 101 - Introduction to Communication (3 Units)

Introduction to the field of communication, with emphasis on the history of communication study, theories of communication, communication contexts, and issues in communication studies. Also serves as an introduction to the strands of communication studies, including interpersonal, group, rhetoric, intercultural, organizational and mass communication.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 180.), CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4G, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 61402 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 222 40 24 6 0 Abdullah Salehuddin 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 66114 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am BC 101 40 23 6 0 Kana Petrosian 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 66116 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 101 40 36 6 0 Kana Petrosian 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 66412 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 101 40 17 6 0 Kana Petrosian 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 66416 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:35pm WCC 119 40 19 6 0 Abdullah Salehuddin 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN CW 68359 3.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm BC 101 35 2 5 0 Aj Anderson 01/22-01/22 16
Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm BC 101 03/04-03/04
Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm BC 101 04/08-04/08
Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18

COMM 121 - Interpersonal Communication (3 Units)

Introduction to principles and skills of effective communication in interpersonal relationships, with a focus on verbal and nonverbal channels, person perception, conflict resolution, listening, and communication barriers. Study includes social science research and presentational speaking.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 130.), CSUGE Area A1, IGETC Area 1C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (COMM 121, 121H and 122 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E4
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted CW 57406 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 226 30 30 5 1 Jill Scala 01/22-02/01 16
Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 226 02/27-02/29
Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 226 04/30-05/02
Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18
OPEN CW 59543 3.0 Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm BC 222 30 15 5 0 Shirley Mueller 01/22-01/24 16
Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm BC 222 03/18-03/20
Lec M W 02:20pm - 03:40pm BC 222 05/06-05/08
Lec hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18
OPEN 62541 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 03:40pm BC 101 30 1 4 0 Martha Tran 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 62542 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 224 30 30 5 1 Maia Mook 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 65614 3.0 Lec M W 08:00am - 09:20am BC 224 30 21 5 0 Maia Mook 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 66147 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am BC 224 30 30 5 1 Maia Mook 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 66154 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 222 30 12 5 0 Shirley Mueller 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted CW 67008 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 226 30 30 5 0 Jill Scala 01/30-02/01 16
Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 226 02/27-02/29
Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 226 04/30-05/02
Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18
OPEN 67329 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 222 30 11 5 0 Shirley Mueller 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 68499 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am BC 226 30 14 5 0 Courtney Gurr 01/22-05/18 16

COMM 131 - Fundamentals Of Public Speaking (3 Units)

Instruction in public speaking, stressing audience analysis, organization and support of ideas. Students prepare and deliver speeches on topics of current concern. Video recorded replays and instructor evaluation provide feedback on performance.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 110.), CSUGE Area A1, IGETC Area 1C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (COMM 131 and 113H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E4
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 62005 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 101 30 30 5 0 Mika Garard 01/22-05/18 16
STANDBY CW 63973 3.0 Lec 2.6 hours/week ONLINE 0 0 0 0 Alonzo Eldridge 01/22-05/18 16
Lec M 08:00am - 09:20am BC 226 02/05-02/19
Lec M 08:00am - 09:20am BC 226 03/11-03/18
Lec W 08:00am - 09:20am BC 226 03/20-03/20
Lec M 08:00am - 09:20am BC 226 04/15-04/29
OPEN 66113 3.0 Lec R 06:00pm - 09:05pm BC 101 30 5 5 0 Michael Medel 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 66156 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 119 30 18 5 0 Nikki Truscelli 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 67367 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 101 30 30 5 0 Mika Garard 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN CW 68123 3.0 Lec R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 224 30 29 5 0 Donte Newman 01/22-05/18 16
Lec R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec T 09:35am - 10:55am BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec T 09:35am - 10:55am BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec T 09:35am - 10:55am BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18
OPEN 68772 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 101 30 13 5 0 Mika Garard 01/22-05/18 16

COMM 131H - Fundamentals Of Public Speaking, Honors (3 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Honors course.
Instruction in public speaking honors aims to help students prepare and deliver speeches on topics of current concern. In this process, honors students will also learn how to conduct an audience analysis, organize speeches, and find evidence to support ideas. Students will receive feedback on speech preparation, speech performance, speech analysis.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 110.), CSUGE Area A1, IGETC Area 1C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (COMM 131 and 113H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E4
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN HR 65613 3.0 Lec T 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 224 25 24 0 0 Donte Newman 01/22-05/18 16
Lec T 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec T 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18

COMM 141 - Small Group Communication (3 Units)

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 68380 3.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 224 30 22 5 0 Courtney Gurr 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 69222 3.0 Lec M W 11:10am - 12:30pm WCC 203 30 30 5 2 Courtney Gurr 01/22-05/18 16

COMM 161 - Communication in Organizations (3 Units)

This course examines communication in various organizational situations, focusing on the use of effective communication strategies for achieving organizational and individual goals. Emphasis is placed on identifying and amending ineffective communication within organizations.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area A1, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (COMM 161 and COMM 162 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E4
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 69223 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 226 30 22 5 0 Jill Scala 01/30-02/01 16
Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 226 02/27-02/29
Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm BC 226 04/30-05/02
Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18

COMM 171 - Mass Media and Society (3 Units)

Exploration of the history, effects and role of the mass media in the U.S. Major forms of mass communication are studied. Study focuses on critical analysis of media messages, effects of media on the individual and society, and theories of communication. Students move beyond being "consumers" of media to "analysts" of media.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (JOUR 100.), CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67901 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am ECC 20 40 15 6 0 Darleen Principe 01/22-05/18 16

COMM 235 - Argumentation and Debate (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ENG 110 or ENG 110H or ENG 110E.
Theory, practice, and criticism of public advocacy. The use of propositions, evidence, reasons, and the general rhetorical strategies of symbolic action to promote and advance one's public or civic interests.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 120.), CSUGE Area A1, CSUGE Area A3, IGETC Area 1B, IGETC Area 1C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E4
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED CW 66115 3.0 Lec T 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 224 30 30 5 5 Donte Newman 01/22-05/18 16
Lec T 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec T 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 224 01/22-05/18
Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 01/22-05/18

COMM 288 - Communication Research Methods (3 Units)

Course Advisories: COMM 101.
Introduction to the theoretical and practical concerns underlying procedures most commonly used in communication research. Students evaluate findings of communication research and understand research methods. Serves as preparation for advanced coursework in communication.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (POLS 160.), CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4G, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 55755 3.0 Lec T R 11:10am - 12:30pm BC 222 30 30 5 2 Darin Garard 01/22-05/18 16
Waitlisted 55756 3.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am BC 222 30 30 5 3 Darin Garard 01/22-05/18 16

COMM 289 - Communication Theory (3 Units)

Course Advisories: COMM 101.
Introduction to major theories of human communication, Designed to give students critical understanding of key themes in the field, and to show how theories illuminate the nature of human interaction. Designed to prepare students for upper-division coursework in communication.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area D7, IGETC Area 4G, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 55757 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am BC 222 30 30 5 4 Darin Garard 01/22-05/18 16

CS - Computer Science

CS 104 - Introduction to Programming (3 Units)

Exposes students to the fundamental concepts of programming using an object-oriented language and is intended as an introductory-level programming course. Ideal for beginners and also serves as the first course in a sequence that is compliant with the standards of the Association for Computing Machinery.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 64012 3.0 Lec M 11:10am - 01:15pm H 303 24 14 3 0 Franco Mancini 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 01:20pm - 04:20pm H 245 01/22-05/18
OPEN 64431 3.0 Lec W 12:45pm - 02:50pm H 240 24 12 3 0 Jackie Kuehn 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 02:55pm - 05:55pm H 245 01/22-05/18
STANDBY 69131 3.0 Lec R 12:45pm - 02:50pm H 301 0 0 0 0 Franco Mancini 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 02:55pm - 05:55pm H 244 01/22-05/18
STANDBY 69132 3.0 Lec T 09:35am - 11:40am H 301 0 0 0 0 Pending Staff 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 11:45am - 02:45pm H 245 01/22-05/18

CS 105 - Theory and Practice I (3 Units)

Course Advisory: CS 101 or CS 104.
Study of fundamental programming concepts. Topics include structured and OOP programming, definition of data types, nested IFs, looping techniques, CASE statements, procedures, functions, value and address parameters, file structures, dynamic list structures and recursion.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMP 122.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 62500 3.0 Lec W 05:00pm - 07:05pm H 244 24 6 4 0 Babak Shahpar 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 07:10pm - 10:00pm H 244 01/22-05/18
OPEN 62501 3.0 Lec T 12:45pm - 02:50pm H 301 24 14 4 0 Hassine Letaief 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:55pm - 05:55pm H 245 01/22-05/18
OPEN 68596 3.0 Lec W 09:35am - 11:40am H 240 24 17 4 0 Stephen Strenn 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 11:45am - 02:45pm H 245 01/22-05/18

CS 106 - Theory and Practice II (3 Units)

Prerequisite: CS 105.
Study of data structures and algorithms. Design, coding and testing of linked lists, trees, queues, stacks, hash tables, and other dynamic data structures, as well as searching and sorting algorithms. Time and space analysis of data structures and algorithms. Programs are written in the Java language.
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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Waitlisted 62502 3.0 Lec T 12:45pm - 02:50pm H 240 24 24 5 3 Stephen Strenn 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 02:55pm - 05:55pm H 245 01/22-05/18
OPEN 62503 3.0 Lec W 05:00pm - 07:05pm H 240 24 21 5 0 Stephen Strenn 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 07:10pm - 10:00pm H 245 01/22-05/18

CS 107 - Computer Architecture and Organization (3 Units)

Prerequisite: CS 105.
The organization and behavior of real computer systems at the assembly-language level. The mapping of statements and constructs in a high-level language into sequences of machine instructions is studied, as well as the internal representation of simple data types, pointers, structures, and non-numeric data. Numerical computation is also examined.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMP 142.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 63368 3.0 Lec M 12:45pm - 02:50pm A 217 24 24 4 0 Kira Minkova 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 02:55pm - 05:55pm H 244 01/22-05/18
OPEN 68843 3.0 Lec M 12:45pm - 02:50pm A 217 24 11 4 0 Kira Minkova 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 12:45pm - 03:45pm H 244 01/22-05/18

CS 108 - Discrete Structures (4 Units)

Prerequisite: CS 105.
Course Advisories: ENG 103.
Introduction to the study of discrete objects, with a focus on applications in computer science. Topics include logic and proofs, sets, functions, sequences, sums, algorithms, integers, induction, recursion, counting, relations, graphs and trees, and discrete probability.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMP 152.), CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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CLOSED 62504 4.0 Lec T R 06:30pm - 08:35pm EBS 102 24 24 5 5 Pat Walp 01/22-05/18 16
STANDBY 69134 4.0 Lec M W 06:30pm - 08:35pm EBS 102 0 0 0 0 Salmaun Masooman 01/22-05/18 16

CS 118 - Data Science for All (4 Units)

Prerequisite: MATH 107 or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Introduction to data science using real-world data sets from a variety of disciplines while also presenting inherent uncertainties and issues associated with exploring data. Exposes students to foundational statistical concepts and inferential thinking by learning computation methods in a commonly used programming language such as Python.
Hours: 108 (54 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 67704 4.0 Lec 3.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 17 0 0 Andrea Cullinen 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 01:00pm - 04:00pm IDC 109 01/22-05/18
OPEN CW 68614 4.0 Lec 3.2 hours/week ONLINE 24 8 0 0 Andrea Cullinen 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T R 08:00am - 09:30am ONLINE 01/22-05/18
Lec T 08:00am - 10:00am IDC 109 03/12-03/12
Lec T 08:00am - 10:00am IDC 109 05/14-05/14
Special Note: Special Note: This section requires in-person proctored exams on dates listed above. Out of area students should contact the instructor for alternative off-campus locations.

CS 130 - Introduction to the Linux Operating System (2.5 Units)

Course Advisories: CS 101.
Survey of the Unix/Linux operating system and related subject matter. Topics include Unix/Linux architecture, commands, file system, processes, and bash shell environment. Lectures and computer laboratory exercises provide a moderate-depth understanding of Unix/Linux architecture and commands from a computer science perspective.
Hours: 63 (36 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 69135 2.5 Lec T 09:35am - 11:35am H 240 30 15 5 0 Kira Minkova 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 11:40am - 01:05pm H 244 01/22-05/18

CS 133 - Introduction to Programming for Engineers (3 Units)

Prerequisite: MATH 150.
Course Advisories: CS 101 or CS 104 or CIS 101.
Students learn to use a modern programming environment (e.g. MATLAB) to become proficient in computer-based problem-solving methods that are relevant to science and engineering. Students are introduced to the fundamentals of procedural and object-oriented programming, numerical analysis, and data structures. Examples and assignments are drawn from practical applications in engineering, physics, and mathematics.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ENGR 220.), CSUGE Area B4, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 60131 3.0 Lec R 12:45pm - 02:50pm H 240 24 22 4 0 Stephen Strenn 01/22-05/18 16
Lab R 02:55pm - 05:55pm H 245 01/22-05/18

CS 137 - C Programming (3 Units)

Course Advisories: CS 107 or CS 105.
Study of the programming language C. Definition of data types, loop controls structures, functions, parameter passing, pointers, recursion, records data structures, and the UNIX operating system.
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 55492 3.0 Lec W 09:35am - 11:40am A 217 24 20 4 0 Hassine Letaief 01/22-05/18 16
Lab W 11:45am - 02:45pm H 245 01/22-05/18
OPEN CW 64017 3.0 Lec W 09:35am - 11:40am A 217 24 19 4 0 Hassine Letaief 01/22-05/18 16
Lec R 02:55pm - 05:55pm ONLINE 01/22-05/18

CSMT - Cosmetology

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
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN 67150 6.7 Lab M T W R F 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 25 0 4 0 Liza Adams 01/22-03/16 8

DRFT - Drafting/CAD

DRFT 120 - Architectural Drafting I (3 Units)

Fundamental concepts in architectural drafting. Topics include architectural drafting standards and conventions, multi-view orthographic projections, floor plan, elevation and section views, manual and computer aided drafting tools, output and delivery methods.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 57066 3.0 Lec M 05:30pm - 08:00pm OE 16 20 20 5 0 Richard Warner 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 08:05pm - 09:35pm OE 16 01/22-05/18
OPEN 57067 3.0 Lec M 09:00am - 11:15am OE 16 20 13 5 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 11:20am - 01:00pm OE 16 01/22-05/18

DRFT 121 - Architectural Drafting II (3 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: DRFT 120.
Topics include drafting standards, conventions, CAD standards, MasterFormat and construction documents. Emphasis in project deliverables including cover sheet, site plan, floor plans, roof plan, elevations, sections, wall sections, schedules, interior elevations, details, manual and computer-aided drafting tools, output/delivery methods.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 57069 3.0 Lec M 09:00am - 11:45am OE 16 4 2 5 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 11:50am - 01:00pm OE 16 01/22-05/18
OPEN 60191 3.0 Lec M 05:30pm - 07:45pm OE 16 4 2 5 0 Richard Warner 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M 07:50pm - 09:25pm OE 16 01/22-05/18

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

Prerequisites: DRFT 101 or DRFT 120 or DRFT 126.
Intermediate AutoCAD. Set Up, drafting, editing, output, and delivery. Coverage of latest AutoCAD features.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (DRFT 130, DRFT 131, DRFT 132 and DRFT 148 combined: maximum credit, 8 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 58035 5.0 Lec T R 09:00am - 11:00am OE 12 15 15 3 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T R 11:05am - 12:30pm OE 12 01/22-05/18

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

Prerequisites: DRFT 130.
Skills Advisories: MATH 001 and eligibility for ENG 103.
Advanced AutoCAD. File Management and CAD Standards for Project Driven Productivity, 3D Modeling.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (DRFT 130, DRFT 131, DRFT 132 and DRFT 148 combined: maximum credit, 8 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 61171 5.0 Lec T R 09:00am - 11:00am OE 12 9 8 3 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T R 11:05am - 12:30pm OE 12 01/22-05/18

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

Course Advisories: DRFT 129.
Introduction to Autodesk RevitĀ©. Designed to meet the needs of students who want to learn the basics of industry-standard building information modeling software.
Hours: 126 (72 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (DRFT 130, DRFT 131, DRFT 132 and DRFT 148 combined: maximum credit, 8 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 62121 5.0 Lec M W 05:30pm - 07:00pm OE 12 24 16 4 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
Lab M W 07:05pm - 09:05pm OE 12 01/22-05/18

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

Limitation on Enrollment: 1. Employed or available for employment in an occupation directly related to the drafting major. 2. Must be enrolled in no less than seven (7) units, including Work Experience.
Work experience on work related to drafting, enabling the student to acquire skills, attitudes necessary in a drafting occupation. Students must be: (1) Employed or Available for employment in an occupation related to Drafting and (2) enrolled in no less than seven (7) units. May be taken for 1, 2, 3 or 4 units of credit. Maximum (4) units per semester for a maximum of (16) units.
Hours: 216 (216 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 68236 1.0 M 04:30pm - 05:25pm OE 12 13 0 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
4.3 hours/week TBA 01/22-05/18
OPEN 68237 2.0 M 04:30pm - 05:25pm OE 12 13 0 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
9.4 hours/week TBA 01/22-05/18
OPEN 68238 3.0 M 04:30pm - 05:25pm OE 12 13 1 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
12.8 hours/week TBA 01/22-05/18
OPEN 68239 4.0 M 04:30pm - 05:25pm OE 12 13 0 0 0 Armando Arias del Cid 01/22-05/18 16
13.5 hours/week TBA 01/22-05/18

ECE - Early Childhood Education

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

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 58129 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm WCC 302 35 16 5 0 Helen Cooper 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 58134 3.0 Lec T 06:00pm - 09:05pm A 161 35 2 5 0 Helen Cooper 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 62261 3.0 Lec W 11:10am - 02:05pm WCC 304 35 9 5 0 Devona Hawkins 01/22-05/18 16

ECE 104 - Foundations of ECE II Practicum (5 Units)

Prerequisites: ECE 102 and 103 and 108 and 120 or PSY 140.
Design, implementation and evaluation of developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children, birth to age 8. Research on brain development, language development, and cognition is integral. Professional skills of resume writing, accessing community resources for families and providing group times/experiences are developed. Coursework combined with a minimum of 45 days of student teaching, with each shift lasting 3 hours in an ECE lab setting.
Hours: 180 (45 lecture,135 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ECE 210.), CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 57318 5.0 Lec W 06:00pm - 08:15pm A 160 35 25 6 0 Devona Hawkins 01/22-05/18 16
Lab 8.4 hours/week TBA 01/22-05/18

ECE 108 - Creative Learning and Curriculum (3 Units)

Overview of knowledge and skills related to providing appropriate curriculum and environments for young children. Examination of teacher's role in supporting development and engagement for all young children. Provides strategies for developmentally-appropriate practice based on observation and assessment across the curriculum, including academic content areas, play, art and creativity plus social-emotional, communication and cognitive skills.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ECE 130.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 67936 3.0 Lec R 06:00pm - 09:05pm A 161 35 19 5 0 Helen Cooper 01/22-05/18 16

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

History and current issues of early childhood growth and development, from birth through adolescence, are covered. In addition to theoretical ideas and observations of children, special emphasis is given to the child from birth to age eight in relation to cultural, gender, class and racial influences.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (CDEV 100.), CSUGE Area D7, CSUGE Area E, IGETC Area 4G, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 57324 3.0 Lec W 02:20pm - 03:30pm ONLINE 30 25 5 0 Helen Cooper 01/22-05/18 16
Lec W 12:45pm - 02:15pm A 161 01/22-05/18

ECE 128 - Observation and Assessment (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ECE 102 and ECE 120 and ECE 108 and ECE 103.
Provides theoretical framework for understanding the connection between effective observations assessments and curriculum planning in early childhood settings. Anecdotal records, rating systems and multiple assessment strategies are explored. Focuses on the appropriate use of observation and assessment to document growth, play and learning to join with families in promoting children's success.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ECE 200.), CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 58128 3.0 Lec M 06:00pm - 09:05pm A 217 35 24 5 0 Sarah Diaz 01/22-05/18 16

ECE 157E - Working With Challenging Families (1 Unit)

Characteristics and dynamics of challenging families explored along with strategies for supporting healthy child development in non-ideal settings.
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 69229 1.0 Lec S 09:00am - 03:00pm A 161 35 6 5 0 Helen Cooper 02/24-03/09 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 (ECON 101 and 101H combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 66364 3.0 Lec T R 02:20pm - 03:40pm PS 101 94 74 14 0 Ruth Morales 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 68662 3.0 Lec M W 09:35am - 10:55am A 211 80 26 12 0 Roland Lewin 01/22-05/18 16

ECON 102 - Macroeconomics (3 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 095 or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
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, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 57371 3.0 Lec T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm A 211 114 114 17 0 Ruth Morales 01/22-05/18 16
OPEN 68664 3.0 Lec M W 03:55pm - 05:15pm A 160 40 7 6 0 Cindy Benelli 01/22-05/18 16

ED - Education

ED 291 - Practicum in Teaching (2 Units)

Prerequisite: ED 101, may be taken concurrently.
Designed to provide pre-service teachers the opportunity to gain field experience. Students begin to apply skills essential to effective teaching under the guidance of a mentor teacher. Course consists of 45 hours of supervised field experience and 16 hours of lecture. Lecture will focus on topics related to school need and current trends in education.

Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (EDUC 200.), CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 64139 2.0 Lec R 09:35am - 10:40am ECOC-2 12 6 2 0 Layne Wheeler 01/22-05/18 16
Lab T 08:30am - 10:30am ECOC-2 01/22-05/18
Lab R 08:30am - 09:30am ECOC-2 01/22-05/18

ED 295 - Internship In Education (2-3 Units)

Prerequisite or corequisite of ED 101.
Structured internship program in which students gain field experience with community organizations related to the discipline.
Hours: 144 (144 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 20 68930 3.0 T R 08:30am - 12:40pm ECOC-2 10 0 2 0 Layne Wheeler 01/22-05/18 16

EH - Environmental Horticulture

EH 102 - Soils And Plant Nutrients (3 Units)

Covers soils as related to sustainable plant care. Emphasis on soil analysis, problem identification, soil remediation, soil enhancement and the soil food web.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AG - PS 128L), CSUGE Area B2, IGETC Area 5B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted CW 57077 3.0 Lec hours/week ONLINE 30 30 5 0 Michael Gonella 01/22-05/18 16
Lab F 01:10pm - 04:10pm A 162 01/22-05/18

EH 106 - Greenhouse/Nursery Operations And Practices, Plant Propagation And Plant Recognition (3 Units)

Introduces greenhouse/nursery industry practices, including plant propagation methods, greenhouse design and maintenance, and the nursery market.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (AG-EH 116.), CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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