Class Schedule Search Results for Fall 2024

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Course where the cost of the textbook is zero dollars and no cost to the student (other material costs may be required) (SB 1359).

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
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OPEN CW 42186 4.0 Lec 4 hours/week ONLINE 30 6 5 0 Sophie Cates 09/23-12/14 12
Lec M 05:30pm - 07:30pm BC 302 09/23-12/14

ACCT 120 - Accounting for Nonprofit Organizations (2 Units)

Practical information to accountants and non-accountants alike. Focuses on fundamental nonprofit accounting principles with step-by-step introduction to keeping accounting (manual and Quickbooks) records. Covers more advanced topics including budgets, internal controls, fund accounting, functional accounting, direct and indirect cost allocations, generating financial statements, basic overview of auditing preparation and tax filing requirements.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN OL 41361 2.0 Lec M 05:30pm - 08:00pm ONLINE 35 14 7 0 Colby Sellman 09/23-12/14 12

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
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OPEN 39490 3.0 Lec T 05:30pm - 09:00pm BC 302 35 2 7 0 Eva Schmidt 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN HF 44928 3.0 Lec T 05:30pm - 09:00pm ONLINE 35 18 7 0 Eva Schmidt 09/09-12/14 14

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
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OPEN HF 37156 5.0 Lec T R 10:00am - 12:45pm BC 301 35 11 0 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN CW 40998 5.0 Lec 4.2 hours/week ONLINE 35 8 5 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 09/09-12/14 14
Lec T 01:00pm - 03:00pm BC 302 09/09-12/14
Waitlisted OL 44446 5.0 Lec 7.5 hours/week ONLINE 35 35 7 0 Ben Reyes 09/23-12/14 12
OPEN HF 44929 5.0 Lec T R 10:00am - 12:45pm ONLINE 35 0 0 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN OL 44332 5.0 Lec 11.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 1 7 0 Laura Woyach 10/21-12/14 8

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
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OPEN OL 44449 4.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 35 15 7 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 10/21-12/14 8

AJ - Justice Studies

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 OL 42005 3.0 Lec 5.4 hours/week ONLINE 40 29 6 0 Anne Redding 10/07-12/14 10

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 OL 35052 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 70 25 9 0 Joy Kunz 10/14-12/14 8

BIOL - Biology

BIOL 122 - Ecology (3 Units)

Organisms and populations as integrated elements of communities and ecosystems. Covers population structure; growth and evolution; relationships between species including competition, predation and coevolution; community structure and development; biodiversity; and biogeography.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B2, IGETC Area 5B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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OPEN OL 45002 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 5 0 0 Larry Friesen 10/21-12/14 8

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
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OPEN OL 43233 4.0 Lec 6 hours/week ONLINE 35 34 5 0 Daniel Spitz 09/03-11/23 12
OPEN OL 43714 4.0 Lec 6.5 hours/week ONLINE 35 8 11 0 Daniel Spitz 09/09-11/23 11
OPEN OL 43837 4.0 Lec 6 hours/week ONLINE 35 5 5 0 Dan Revich 09/23-12/07 12

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
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OPEN OL 33098 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 32 5 0 Jennifer Brown 09/02-10/26 8
OPEN OL 43121 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 10 5 0 Susan Block 09/16-11/09 8
OPEN OL 43485 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 12 5 0 Susan Block 09/09-11/02 8
OPEN OL 43524 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 0 0 0 Lisa Solana 10/21-12/14 8
OPEN OL 43567 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 75 7 5 0 Mark Scharf 09/23-11/16 8
OPEN OL 44837 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 3 5 0 Susan Block 10/21-12/14 8

BUS 290 - Work Experience in Business Administration (1-4 Units)

Consists of supervised employment for students whose career objectives, course of study and employment complement each other. Students must accomplish specific course objectives. Class meetings on campus are scheduled each semester.
Hours: 216 (216 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 20 37919 3.0 28 hours/week ONLINE 6 5 3 0 Karen Shannon 09/03-10/26 8
OPEN 20 44109 3.0 28 hours/week ONLINE 10 2 3 0 Karen Shannon 09/03-10/26 8

CHST - Chicano Studies

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

Comprehensive examination of Mexican-American/Chicana and Chicano literary production: poetry, novel, short story, drama, and essay. Examines the literary expression of the Mexican-American/Chicana and Chicano and his/her quest for a rightful place in society.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area F, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 7, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
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OPEN OL 44025 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 34 6 0 Cristina Serna 10/21-12/14 8

CIS - Computer Information Systems

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

Introduction to the role of computer information systems within modern organizations. Topics include hardware and software functions, programming, systems development and networks. Students use computers for programming as well as popular microcomputer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and database management.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (BUS 140, ITIS 120.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (CIS 101 combined with CS 101: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2
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OPEN OL 43918 4.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 30 9 5 0 Mo El-Soussi 10/21-12/14 8

CIS 112 - Help Desk Concepts (2 Units)

Course Advisories: CIS 101.
Introduction to computer help desk methodologies using the ITIL framework.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN OL 44896 2.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 30 7 5 0 Olga Jones 10/21-12/14 8

CIS 220 - Introduction To Electronic Commerce (3 Units)

Survey of electronic commerce and the use of the Internet to conduct business. Includes an interdisciplinary exploration of the issues, trends, opportunities and technologies which shape electronic commerce.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN OL 40952 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 1 0 0 Karen Shannon 10/21-12/14 8

COMM - Communication

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
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OPEN OL 42245 3.0 Lec 4.9 hours/week ONLINE 35 7 5 0 Tina Kistler 09/30-12/14 11
OPEN OL 42246 3.0 Lec 4.9 hours/week ONLINE 35 2 5 0 Tina Kistler 09/30-12/14 11
OPEN OL 43880 3.0 Lec 4.9 hours/week ONLINE 35 1 5 0 Tina Kistler 09/30-12/14 11

COMM 151 - Intercultural Communication (3 Units)

Provides an introduction to communication between people from different cultures. Focuses on the application of theory and research to intercultural communication. The topics and activities are designed to develop communication skills that improve competence in intercultural situations.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (COMM 150.), CSUGE Area D3, IGETC Area 4C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area E5
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OPEN OL 40515 3.0 Lec 5.4 hours/week ONLINE 35 6 5 0 Tina Kistler 10/07-12/14 10

COMP - Computer Applications and Office Management

COMP 101 - Introduction to Computer Applications (4 Units)

Course Advisories: COMP 151A.
Introduction to computer applications for use "at work and home." Microsoft Office, (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) including Windows operating system, plus open source software, social networking and Web2.0 productivity tools for collaborative teamwork.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN OL 44462 4.0 Lec 12 hours/week ONLINE 30 8 5 0 Jennifer Robinson 11/04-12/14 6

CSMT - Cosmetology

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

First of five consecutive segments of introduction to the cosmetology. Students learn basic hairstyling with thermal heat, and execute basic finger waves and roller sets, among other hair care regimens.
Hours: 360 (0 lecture,360 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 43084 6.7 Lab M T W R F 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 22 0 4 0 Sarah Jackson 10/23-12/20 9

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

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CSMT 121.
Second of six consecutive segments of introduction to the cosmetology. Students apply proper sanitation and disinfection control, execute basic manicure and pedicure, conduct client consultations, execute basic hair styling, and make-up techniques on clients, among other hair care regimens.
Hours: 360 (360 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 41134 6.7 Lab M T W R F 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 22 0 4 0 Michelle Puailoa 10/23-12/20 9

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

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CSMT 123 or CSMT 113A and CSMT 113B.
Fourth of six consecutive segments. Designed as preparation for the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Exam. Includes advanced hair design, advanced facials, hair removal and make-up, among other care regiments.
Hours: 360 (360 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 44074 6.7 Lec M T W R F 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 20 12 2 0 Liza Adams 10/23-12/20 9

CSMT 125 - Introduction to Cosmetology-Module 5 (6.7 Units)

Prerequisite or Corequisite: CSMT 124 or CSMT 114A and CSMT 114B.
Six of six consecutive segments. Designed as preparation for the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Exam. Includes overview and practice of skills earned in all previous courses. All aspects of hair care, artificial and natural nail care, chemical texturizing hair, hair coloring, skin care, hair removal and make-up, among other hair care regimens.
Hours: 360 (360 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 44075 6.7 Lab W F 08:00am - 04:30pm SCHOTT 22 20 1 3 0 Griselda Rosas 10/23-12/20 9
Lab M T R 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 10/23-12/20

CSMT 132 - Esthetician Training-Module 2 (8 Units)

Course Advisories: CSMT 131.
Second of two consecutive segments of instruction. Twelve units of degree credit for 320 hours of class completed with a "C" or better average. Designed as preparation for the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Exam. Includes advanced skin care procedures and techniques, and chemical exfoliation, among other care regimens. Also includes State Board mock exams.
Hours: 360 (36 lecture,324 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN 37131 8.0 Lec M T W R F 08:00am - 04:30pm COSACA 20 0 3 0 Sian Harden 10/23-12/20 9

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
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OPEN OL 42590 3.0 Lec 5.4 hours/week ONLINE 50 37 8 0 Erika Martinez 10/07-12/14 10

ENG - English, Composition and Literature

ENG 110 - Composition and Reading (4 Units)

Prerequisites: ENG 088 or ENG 098 or by placement.
Practice in expository composition based on critical reading of various academic texts and one book-length work. Develop skills in writing effectively, reading carefully, and thinking clearly.
Hours: 72 (72 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (ENGL 100.), CSUGE Area A2, IGETC Area 1A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ENG 110, ENG 110E and ENG 110H combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D1
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Waitlisted OL 41109 4.0 Lec 5.2 hours/week ONLINE 28 28 4 1 Esther Clark 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN OL 41111 4.0 Lec 5.2 hours/week ONLINE 28 10 4 0 Andrea Foege 09/09-12/14 14

ENG 173 - Screenwriting I (3 Units)

Prerequisites: ENG 070 and ENG 098 or qualifying score on SBCC placement exam. Study of elements of dramatic writing for the cinema: the three-act structure, character delineation and motivation, conflict development and pacing, dialog and subtext, and unifying the message. Students analyze feature films and television screenplays for their structure, pacing and characterization; write scenes in correct format; complete a treatment for a feature film or television.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (FS 173, FS 174, FS 179 and ENG 173 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN CW 33896 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 11 0 0 Michael Stinson 09/23-12/14 12
Lab T 03:00pm - 05:05pm WCC 302 09/23-12/14
OPEN OL 33897 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 8 0 0 John Shaw 09/23-12/14 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 09/23-12/14

ENT - Entrepreneurship

ENT 202 - Entrepreneurship: Idea to Business Model (3 Units)

Course Advisories: BUS 101 and ENT 201.
Participants explore various business opportunities and analyze them using business modeling tools to ascertain the market potential of a new venture. A significant amount of time is devoted to analyses of industries, markets, competitors and customers.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN OL 43563 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 19 5 0 Carina Powers 10/21-12/14 8

ENT 204 - Global Entrepreneurship (3 Units)

Course Advisories: BUS 101.
Addresses the issues specific to international entrepreneurial venturing including search and identification of opportunities in foreign markets, logistics of international business expansion, cross-cultural business communication, international sourcing, international deal-making and networking.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN OL 43826 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 13 5 0 Jeff Arthur 10/21-12/14 8

ENT 247 - Entrepreneurship: Information Systems Management (3 Units)

Introduction to the effective management of information technology for the entrepreneur provides students with an broad overview of the requirements necessary to develop a comprehensive technology plan.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
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OPEN OL 43827 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 6 5 0 Carina Powers 10/21-12/14 8

ENVS - Environmental Studies

ENVS 115 - Environmental Geology (3 Units)

Introduction to the problems of volcanism, earthquakes, fire, floods, landslides and other geologic hazards; air and water pollution, hazardous materials and land use planning. Applications to the Santa Barbara area emphasized. Required of all Environmental Studies majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOL 130.), CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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OPEN OL 30408 3.0 Lec 3.9 hours/week ONLINE 70 39 0 0 Kristen Sneddon 09/09-12/14 14

ERTH - Earth and Planetary Sciences

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

Course Advisories: ERTH 111L and 131 or 132.
Introduction to the physical development of the Earth. Emphasis on earth materials (rocks and minerals), hydrologic processes, tectonic process (plate tectonics, earthquakes, mountain building and volcanism) and structures (folds, faults). Current theories on structure and evolution of the earth are discussed. Designed for both non-science majors and earth science majors. Required of all Geology majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOL 100.), CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ERTH 111 and 111H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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OPEN CW 30380 3.0 Lec .6 hours/week ONLINE 30 17 8 0 Alexander Wrobel 09/09-12/14 15
Lec T R 09:35am - 10:55am EBS 102 09/10-12/14

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

Corequisites: ERTH 111 (prior to or concurrently) or ERTH 111H (concurrently).
Laboratory approach to earth materials and processes, including rock and mineral identification and interpretation, plate tectonic rock cycle, topographic map and aerial photo interpretation, structural geology (folds and faults), geologic cross sections and geologic maps. Activities include four field trips to local areas of geologic interest. Required of all Geology majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOL 100L.), CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
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OPEN CW 30381 1.0 Lab .6 hours/week ONLINE 24 13 3 0 Alexander Wrobel 09/09-12/14 15
Lab R 02:15pm - 05:20pm EBS 123 09/12-12/14

ERTH 115 - Environmental Geology (3 Units)

Course Advisories: Concurrent enrollment in ERTH 115/ENVS 115L and ERTH 131 or ERTH 132.
Introduction to the problems of volcanism, earthquakes, fire, floods, landslides, and other geologic hazards; air and water pollution, hazardous materials and land use planning. Applications to the Santa Barbara area emphasized. Required of Environmental Studies majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOL 130.), CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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OPEN OL 34380 3.0 Lec 3.9 hours/week ONLINE 70 17 0 0 Kristen Sneddon 09/09-12/14 14

ERTH 130V - Geologic Field Studies - Hawaii Volcanology (2.5 Units)

Corequisite: ERTH 111 or 111H or 112 or 113 or 114 or 115 or ENVS 115 or ERTH 125 or 126 or 131 or 132 or 133 or 141 or GEOG 101 or ERTH 151.
A twelve-day field-studies course with an emphasis on the structural, plutonic and volcanic features of Kilauea volcano, Hawaii. Kilauea’s long-documented eruptive history and easy accessibility make it a training ground for USGS volcanologists. Focuses on the history and features of the volcano and its interactions with the people that live on it.
Hours: 117 (9 lecture,108 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Field Trip fee of $910 will cover facility use, lodging, meals, incidentals and instructional materials. Scholarships are available.
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OPEN 45089 2.5 Lec 4.5 hours/week FIELD 20 9 3 0 Kristen Sneddon 01/05-01/16 2
Lab 54 hours/week FIELD 01/05-01/16

ERTH 131 - Geologic Field Studies - Eastern Sierra Nevada (2 Units)

Corequisites: ERTH 111 or 111H or 112 or 113 or 114 or 115 or ENVS 115 or ERTH 122 or 125 or 126 or 132 or 141 or GEOG 101 or 106 or ERTH 151. Five-day field course to study and interpret the geologic features and history of the Eastern Sierra Nevada region. Topics include faults, volcanoes, glaciers, mining and tectonic history of the region. Fee required.
Hours: 72 (18 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ERTH 113, 131, 132, 133, 135, 137, 138, 233, any or all of these courses combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Field Trip fee of $104.00 will cover facility use, meals and incidentals. Scholarships are available.
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OPEN F 43318 2.0 Lec 9 hours/week TBA 24 2 0 0 Stephanie Mendes 10/09-10/13 2
Lab 27 hours/week FIELD 10/09-10/13
OPEN F 43846 2.0 Lec 9 hours/week TBA 24 1 0 0 Kristen Sneddon 10/09-10/13 2
Lab 27 hours/week FIELD 10/09-10/13
OPEN F 43847 2.0 Lec 9 hours/week TBA 24 0 0 0 Kristen Sneddon 10/09-10/13 2
Lab 27 hours/week FIELD 10/09-10/13

ERTH 151 - Introductory Physical Oceanography (3 Units)

Designed for students desiring a broadly-based analysis of the physical aspects of the oceans. Study of the origin of the continents and oceans, marine geology, chemistry of seawater, currents, waves, tides and the ocean environment. Required of Marine Science majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B1, IGETC Area 5A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lecture
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OPEN OL 43836 3.0 Lec 4.2 hours/week ONLINE 40 11 6 0 Stephanie Mendes 09/16-12/14 13

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

Corequisites: ERTH 151.
Designed for students desiring a broadly-based analysis of the physical aspects of the oceans. Study of the origin of the continents and oceans, marine geology, chemistry of seawater, currents, waves, tides and the ocean environment. Required of Marine Science majors.
Hours: 56 (56 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B3, IGETC Area 5C, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area A Lab
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OPEN CW 30400 1.0 Lab 8.4 hours/week ONLINE 24 16 4 0 Danielle D'Alfonso 09/23-10/05 13
Lab M 02:15pm - 05:20pm EBS 123 09/16-12/14

ESL - English as a Second Language

ESL 113A - Level 1A: Beginning Conversation (2 Units)

Prerequisite: Qualifying score on SBCC Placement Exam.
First of two two-unit segments of course. Beginning-level students develop listening, speaking and conversation skills.
Hours: 36 (36 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 42924 2.0 Lec T R 11:15am - 12:20pm H 307 30 18 5 0 Pending Staff 09/09-12/14 9

ESL 290 - Work Experience In English As A Second Language (1-4 Units)

Combines ESL language development and practical work experience to develop and improve students’ employment and workplace language skills Hours are work experience and are individual for each student. Consists of supervised employment for students who are employed on or off campus.
Hours: 216 (216 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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Waitlisted 20 44974 4.0 14.6 hours/week TBA 9 9 9 7 Denise Cedillos 09/09-12/14 14

ETHS - American Ethnic Studies

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

Comparative study of foreign immigrants in the United States from the mid-19th century to the present. Examines ethnic identity and nativist resistance to newcomers. Particular attention is paid to Hispanic and Asian immigrants, as compared to European immigrants. Analyzes the social and economic conditions as well as cultural factors that shape immigrant adjustment patterns.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D3, CSUGE Area D6, CSUGE Area F, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4, IGETC Area 4C, IGETC Area 4F, IGETC Area 7, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (ETHS 101 and 101H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
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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Waitlisted OL 44026 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 40 6 2 Thomas Carrasco 10/21-12/14 8

FIN - Finance

FIN 100 - Personal Finance (3 Units)

Prerequisite: MATH 095 or Equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Thorough introduction to all areas of personal financial planning, including financial goal-setting, budgeting, consumer credit, taxes, insurance, investing, housing, retirement and estate planning. Emphasis on planning and budgeting to satisfy immediate needs and achieve long-term goals.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: 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 OL 42877 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 35 28 7 0 Michael Novotny 09/23-12/14 12
OPEN OL 43751 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 3 7 0 Cornelia Alsheimer-Barthel 10/21-12/14 8
OPEN OL 44247 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 35 11 7 0 Susan Block 11/04-12/14 6

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

Central concepts of finance are developed: money and economic activity, interest rates and valuation, securities and investments, bank regulation and management. Professionals discuss commercial and real estate loans, loan administration, the cashier's office and trusts.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 40939 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 26 7 0 Mark Scharf 09/09-12/14 14

FR - French

FR 101 - Beginning French I (5 Units)

Focuses on the essentials of spoken and written French for the beginner, and provides an introduction to the culture of French speakers.
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 43860 5.0 Lec 4.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 10 5 0 Monika Laskowski-Caujolle 09/23-12/14 12
Lec M 01:00pm - 03:20pm H 301 09/23-12/14

FS - Film and Media Studies

FS 101 - Introduction to Film Studies (3 Units)

Introduction to one of the most powerful cultural and artistic mediums of our time: cinema. Focuses on the aesthetics, history, literature and creative techniques, as well as the depiction of social cultures, history and values in film. Lectures, discussions and reading are supplemented by the screening of representative films.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (FS 101 and 101H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 37238 3.0 Lec 3.7 hours/week ONLINE 35 14 5 0 Nicole Strobel 09/23-12/14 12
Lab W 08:15am - 10:20am WCC 302 09/23-12/14
OPEN CW 44280 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 35 13 5 0 Nicole Strobel 09/23-12/14 12
Lab W 10:30am - 12:35pm WCC 302 09/23-12/14

FS 109 - Film and Cultural Criticism (3 Units)

A study of the basic formal dimensions of cinema through the close analyses of individual films and the representation of culture focusing on gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, class, and disability. The course focuses on close readings of films and on developing a strong film writing approach. Lectures, discussions, and readings will be supplemented by the screening and critical analysis of representative films.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
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 CW 44852 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 40 6 6 0 Nico Maestu 09/23-12/14 12
Lab T 12:45pm - 02:50pm BC FORUM 09/23-12/14

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

Study of international film history, theory and aesthetics, from the invention of cinema in the 1890s through the 1950s. Includes fictional narrative film, documentary and avant-garde film of the period. Organized around the history and development of formal devices such as the shot, montage, mise-en-scene, sound design, color technology, and classical narrative form.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 39186 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 18 6 0 Richard Feilden 09/23-12/14 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 09/23-12/14

FS 112C - Spanish and Latin American Film (3 Units)

Study of Spanish and Latin American film histories from the invention of cinema in the 1890s to the present, focusing on changes in narrative and documentary films, as well as experimental movements. Covers significant movements, periods, genres, influences, as well as major directors. Lectures, discussions and readings are supplemented by the screening and critical analysis of representative films.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3A, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 42288 3.0 Lec 3.5 hours/week ONLINE 40 10 6 0 Michael Albright 09/23-12/14 12
Lab 2 hours/week ONLINE 09/23-12/14

FS 114 - History of Animation (3 Units)

Overview and study of the history of animation films, from its prehistory in the late nineteenth century to current and emerging digital animation technologies. Lectures, discussions and readings are supplemented by the screening and critical analysis of representative films.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 42292 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 17 6 0 Richard Feilden 09/23-12/14 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 09/23-12/14

FS 116 - Gender and Sexuality in Film (3 Units)

Survey of gender and sexuality in film, including formation of stereotypes and social messages as reflections of the ages in which they were conceived. Film theory introduced, as well as examination of female directors, their work and contributions to the canon. Covers cinematic representations of masculinity, femininity and alternative sexuality, from early cinema to present.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3A, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 40139 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 30 6 0 Nicole Strobel 09/23-12/14 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 09/23-12/14

FS 121 - Documentary Film (3 Units)

Introduction to the history and theory of documentary film. Traces the changing conceptions of "reality" by various international filmmakers and writers. Through the stylistic study of classical and less conventional films, the aim is to problematize notions of objectivity, truth, and knowledge and to place the films within a historical, cultural, and political context.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3A, IGETC Area 3B, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 36907 3.0 Lec 4.4 hours/week ONLINE 40 21 6 0 Michael Albright 09/23-12/14 12
Lab R 11:00am - 12:30pm WCC 302 09/23-12/14

FS 173 - Screenwriting I (3 Units)

Prerequisites: English 070 and English 098 or by placement exam.
Study of the elements of dramatic writing for the cinema: the three-act structure, character delineation and motivation, conflict development and pacing, dialogue and subtext, and unifying the message. Analysis of feature film screenplays for their structure, pacing and characterization; writes scenes in correct format; and completes a treatment for a feature film or television.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (FS 173, FS 174, FS 179 and ENG 173 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 31806 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 15 0 0 John Shaw 09/23-12/14 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 09/23-12/14
OPEN CW 36050 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 30 8 0 0 Michael Stinson 09/23-12/14 12
Lab T 03:00pm - 05:05pm WCC 302 09/23-12/14

FS 174 - Screenwriting II (3 Units)

Prerequisites: FS 173 or ENG 173.
Study of the structure, development, pacing and revising of a completed screenplay. In addition to analyzing feature film and television screenplays, the student completes a screenplay, learns how to research a story, how to pitch a story, and how to market a script.
Hours: 72 (45 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (FS 173, FS 174, FS 179 and ENG 173 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 42294 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 9 4 0 John Shaw 09/23-12/14 12
Lab 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 09/23-12/14

GEOG - Geography

GEOG 106 - Geography Of California (3 Units)

A non-technical survey of the wide variety of natural and human environments found in California. Includes a regional study of physical landscapes, economic activities, characteristics of population, cities and rural areas, and current environmental problems. California's interaction with other parts of the U.S. and world is also covered.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (GEOG 140.), CSUGE Area D5, IGETC Area 4E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN CW 37951 3.0 Lec 1.6 hours/week ONLINE 45 5 7 0 Geordie Armstrong 09/13-12/14 13
Lec R 02:20pm - 04:40pm EBS 102 09/13-12/14

HE - Health Education

HE 101 - Personal Health Awareness (3 Units)

Course designed to identify and find ways in which to deal with a variety of health issues, including mental and emotional health, value systems, drugs and alcohol, fitness and nutrition, sexuality and relationships, death and dying, cardiovascular disease and cancer.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (HE 101 and 102 combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3 PE
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 31376 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 35 22 6 0 Kathy O'Connor 09/04-12/14 15
OPEN OL 31379 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 30 2 5 0 Kathy O'Connor 09/04-12/14 15

HE 102 - Personal Health for Women (3 Units)

Lecture course designed for both men and women which deals with a variety of health issues, with special emphasis and focus on health factors unique to women. Topics include mental and emotional health, date rape, partner and child abuse, drugs and alcohol, fitness and nutrition, and sexuality and relationships.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable ( HE 101 and 102 combine: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3 PE
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 31380 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 30 25 5 0 Kathy O'Connor 09/04-12/14 15

HE 103 - Responding to Medical Emergencies (3 Units)

Recommended for all students who have an interest in learning to recognize, assess and provide care for injuries or sudden illness until professional medical help arrives. Emphasizes the importance of a safe, healthy lifestyle and the prevention of injuries. American Red Cross Responding to Emergency and Adult CPR certification possible.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (KIN 101.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (HE 103, HE 104, HE 108 combined: maximum credit, 1 course.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 31381 3.0 Lec 4.8 hours/week ONLINE 25 17 5 0 Scott Fickerson 09/30-12/14 11

HE 110 - Sports Nutrition (3 Units)

Examines nutrients and their effects on physical performance. Topics include basic nutrition principles, pre- and post-exercise nutrition, eating for weight control/gain, proper hydration and eating disorders. Also examines the pharmacological, hormonal, physiological and nutritional agents that have purported ergogenic properties.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 44819 3.0 Lec 4.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 8 6 0 Scott Fickerson 09/30-12/14 11

HIST - History

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

Analysis of United States social, economic and institutional developments from 1865 to the present.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (HIST 140.), CSUGE Area C2, CSUGE Area D6, CSU US-1, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 4F, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (HIST 102 and 102H combined: maximum credit, one course)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B, SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E2
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 44823 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 10 0 0 Matthew Mooney 10/20-12/14 8

HIT - Health Information Technology

HIT 285 - Registered Health Information Technician Exam Preparation (3 Units)

In-depth review of HIM principles and applications to prepare HIT program graduates for the AHIMA National RHIT examination. Focus is on reviewing materials covered in the HIT Program, as well as test-taking and studying techniques. Students use links to mock test questions, discussion boards and other resources to prepare them for the national exam.

Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN OL 33733 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 30 12 0 0 Lynette Williamson 11/04-12/14 6

HNRS - Honors

HNRS 100 - Honors Colloquium (.5 Unit)

Limitation on enrollment: Admission in the Honors Program.
Corequisite: Any Honors course Interdisciplinary colloquium on a selected topic each semester, designed to aid in students' transition to the Honors Program. Strengthens academic, cognitive and social skills, as well as introduces the aims and requirements of the Honors Program. Led by faculty members from various college departments, invited guest speakers from the college and the community address the semester's topic.
Hours: 9 (9 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN HR 35146 0.5 Lec F 10:00am - 11:10am WCC 216 75 42 0 0 Marc Bobro 09/06-10/11 6

ITAL - Italian

ITAL 101 - Beginning Italian I (5 Units)

Focuses on the essentials of spoken and written Italian for the beginner, and provides an introduction to the culture of Italian speakers.
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 43863 5.0 Lec 4.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 11 5 0 Carla Pattone 09/23-12/14 12
Lec T 03:30pm - 05:50pm H 301 09/23-12/14

LIBR - Library

LIBR 101 - Information Literacy (1 Unit)

Information literacy is introduced and practiced. Topics include how information and misinformation are produced, valued, organized, shared or suppressed; the nature of research and finding information; notions of authority and credibility; and the use of information in creating new knowledge and participating ethically in communities of learning. Students critically analyze the information ecosystem and practice research skills. Satisfies SBCC Information Competency requirement.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area F
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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Waitlisted OL 35932 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 35 6 1 Camerin Poulson 09/16-11/09 8
OPEN OL 37768 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 21 6 0 Ashlie Lawson 09/16-11/09 8
OPEN OL 40900 1.0 Lec 2.1 hours/week ONLINE 35 19 6 0 Sukena Taibjee 10/21-12/14 8
OPEN OL 42138 1.0 Lec 2.3 hours/week ONLINE 35 12 6 0 Robert Parmenter 10/21-12/14 8

MAT - Multimedia Arts and Technologies

MAT 145 - Video Game Design (3 Units)

Introduction to the design and development of video games. Focuses on the elements that make computer games compelling and the basics of game mechanics and environments to their stories and social experiences. Covers industry workflow from theories and practices to a hands-on AAA game engine. No programming experience is necessary.
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 CW 44691 3.0 Lec W 05:30pm - 07:35pm A 174 25 13 4 0 Andrew Price 09/09-12/14 14
Lab 3.9 hours/week ONLINE 09/09-12/14

MATH - Mathematics

MATH 137 - College Algebra (5 Units)

Prerequisites: MATH 107 or equivalent based on SBCC's Assessment Center placement via multiple measures.
Extensive treatment of functions and graphing techniques, including translations, symmetries, reflections, and graphs of inverse functions. Analysis and applications of polynomial, rational, absolute value, exponential and logarithmic functions. Systems of equations and inequalities, conics, and sequences and series.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area B4, IGETC Area 2A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (MATH 137 and MATH 138 combined: maximum credit, 5 semester/7.5 quarter units. No credit for MATH 137 or H 138 if taken after MATH 130 or MATH 150.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area D2, SBCCGE Area E1
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 44776 5.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 11:00am IDC 207 25 16 0 0 Ignacio Alarcon 09/09-12/14 14

MDT - Marine Diving Technologies

MDT 107 - Hyperbaric Chamber Operations (1.5 Units)

Corequisites: MDT 101.
Theoretical and practical application of hyperbaric chambers and treatment of diving and non-diving related accidents. Hands-on practice utilizing department's recompression chamber facility is the focus of laboratory activities.
Hours: 48 (16 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Includes Certification for $25.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 43086 1.5 Lec T 07:00am - 09:10am MTBLDG 16 0 3 0 Pending Staff 10/22-12/10 8
Lab W 08:50am - 12:10pm MTBLDG 10/23-12/11
OPEN 43087 1.5 Lec T 07:00am - 08:50am MTBLDG 16 3 3 0 Pending Staff 10/22-12/10 8
Lab W 01:00pm - 04:50pm MTBLDG 10/23-12/11

MDT 111 - First Aid For The Diving Professional (1.4 Units)

Concurrent Corequisite: MDT 101.
Modular certification program in oxygen administration, first aid for hazardous marine life injuries, CPR and AED use, with emphasis as a first responder to diving-related accidents. Certification available through appropriate agencies, which include American Red Cross and the Divers Alert Network (DAN).
Hours: 24 (24 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Special Fee: Includes Certification for $50.
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 39660 1.4 Lec T 01:00pm - 06:50pm MTBLDG 12 0 2 0 Uri Pollack 09/24-10/15 4

MDT 112 - Introduction To Marine Welding (1.1 Units)

Concurrent Corequisite: MDT 101.
Introductory module on the theory, practical application and procedures of cutting and welding in the topside environment. Skills are acquired and developed in welding shop environment. Prepares students for MDT 145 which is taught in the welding booth and underwater training tank.
Hours: 40 (8 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 31038 1.1 Lec M 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 12 6 0 0 Greg Harrah 10/28-12/09 7
Lec F 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 11/15-11/15
Lab M 08:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 10/28-12/09
Lab F 01:00pm - 05:30pm MTBLDG 11/15-11/15
OPEN 40261 1.1 Lec M 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 12 0 0 0 Greg Harrah 10/28-12/09 7
Lec F 07:00am - 07:50am TBA 11/22-11/22
Lab M 01:00pm - 05:30pm TBA 10/28-12/09
Lab F 08:00am - 11:50am TBA 11/22-11/22

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

Corequisites: MDT 105.
Limitation on Enrollment: Must be a certified diver by a nationally recognized scuba diving agency.
Introductory module which exposes students to the various types of diving apparatus and procedures in confined water training tanks. Emphasis on tending, dress-in and operational procedures which parallel a surface-supplied diving operation.
Hours: 40 (8 lecture,32 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 31041 1.0 Lec W 07:00am - 07:50am MTBLDG 16 4 3 0 Pending Staff 10/23-12/11 8
Lab W 08:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 10/23-12/11
OPEN 40262 1.0 Lec W 07:00am - 07:50am MDT 16 0 3 0 Pending Staff 10/23-12/11 8
Lab W 01:00pm - 04:50pm MDT 10/23-12/11

MDT 147 - Ocean Structures (.5 Unit)

Modular study of ocean structures likely to be encountered in the marine industry. Focuses on nomenclature and types and construction of offshore platforms, pipelines and other subsea structures.
Hours: 8 (8 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 31053 0.5 Lec F 07:00am - 02:50pm MTBLDG 40 6 6 0 Greg Harrah 11/01-11/01 1

MDT 148 - Hydraulics I (.7 Unit)

Concurrent Corequisite: MDT 101.
Study of industrial fluid power mechanics, with a practical laboratory component, as related to marine equipment. Emphasis placed upon schematic design, interpretation, and the role of hydraulic equipment and control systems as applied to sub-sea work systems, tools and work class remotely-operated vehicles.
Hours: 24 (8 lecture,16 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 43088 0.7 Lec T 09:00am - 09:50am MTBLDG 16 3 3 0 Pending Staff 10/22-12/10 8
Lab T 10:00am - 11:50am MTBLDG 10/22-12/10
OPEN 43089 0.7 Lec T 09:00am - 09:50am MTBLDG 16 0 3 0 Pending Staff 10/22-12/10 8
Lab T 12:00pm - 01:50pm MTBLDG 10/22-12/10

MGMT - Management

MGMT 101 - Introduction To Management (3 Units)

Course Advisories: BUS 101.
Examines the basic management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Included is an examination of key management concepts involving strategic planning, decision-making, organizational behavior, ethics and social responsibility, team building, diversity, and the role of manager as leader.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 43841 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 75 46 11 0 Susan Block 10/21-12/14 8

MKT - Marketing

MKT 101 - Introduction to Marketing (3 Units)

Examines the critical role of marketing in customer-driven marketplaces. Topics covered include marketing research, customer-driven marketing, marketing strategies for profit businesses, as well as not-for-profit businesses and institutions. Includes advertising as well as the many other elements of promotion. Course material is reinforced with the use of marketing computer simulation.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 40946 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 13 7 0 Barbra Greene 09/09-11/02 8

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

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

Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 37963 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 75 32 11 0 Shelby Arthur 10/21-12/14 8

MKT 220 - Introduction to Electronic Commerce (3 Units)

Survey of electronic commerce and the use of the Internet to conduct business. Includes an interdisciplinary exploration of the issues, trends, opportunities and technologies which shape electronic commerce.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 40951 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 8 0 0 Karen Shannon 10/21-12/14 8

MUS - Music

MUS 110 - Music Appreciation (3 Units)

A survey of art music in western civilization. Topics studied include but are not limited to elements of music, basic musical forms, music periods, styles, and the role of music and musicians in the western world from Medieval through contemporary periods. Guided listening to masterpieces. Concert attendance. Primarily for non-Music majors.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MUS 100.), CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (MUS 110 and 110H combined: maximum credit, one course.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 43669 3.0 Lec 5.4 hours/week ONLINE 40 7 0 0 James Mooy 10/07-12/14 10
OPEN OL 43755 3.0 Lec 5.4 hours/week ONLINE 40 5 0 0 James Mooy 10/07-12/14 10

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

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
General survey of rock and popular music, concentrating on the period from the late 1940s to the late 1990s. (Primarily for non-Music majors).
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area C1, IGETC Area 3A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C, SBCCGE Area E5
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 43668 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 9 0 0 John Clark 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN OL 43737 3.0 Lec 3.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 1 0 0 James Watson 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN OL 43756 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 40 12 0 0 Nichole Dechaine 09/23-12/14 12
OPEN OL 44330 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 40 1 0 0 Nichole Dechaine 09/23-12/14 12
OPEN OL 44813 3.0 Lec 4.5 hours/week ONLINE 40 1 0 0 Nichole Dechaine 09/23-12/14 12

MUS 160B - College Choir B (1 Unit)

Limitation on Enrollment: Audition.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Performance and rehearsal of choral literature. Public concerts.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN 37344 1.0 Lab T 07:00pm - 10:00pm DM 101 10 0 2 0 Nathan Kreitzer 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 162B - Chamber Singers Modern (1 Unit)

Limitation on Enrollment: Audition.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Study and performance of Modern choral literature for the small ensemble. Several Concert performances.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN 40883 1.0 Lab M W 03:55pm - 05:15pm DM 101 10 0 2 0 Nathan Kreitzer 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 165B - Beginning Jazz Improvisation B (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Continued development of Jazz Improvisation Skills. Use of chord substitutions, ii - V7 turnarounds.

Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN 39461 1.0 Lab F 09:00am - 12:05pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Edward Smith 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 167C - Beginning Jazz Ensemble C (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Performance Class for students with Beginning Level big band jazz experience. Class includes public performances and participation in festivals.
Hours: 54 (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 43627 1.0 Lab T R 03:55pm - 05:15pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Eric Heidner 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 43628 1.0 Lab T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Andrew Martinez 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 168 - Intermediate Jazz Ensemble (1 Unit)

Prerequisites: MUS 167.
Limitation on Enrollment: Audition.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Performance of jazz ensemble literature. Intermediate techniques and pedagogy. Public performance and festival participation. Open to students with jazz ensemble experience.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MUS 180.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 31286 1.0 Lab T R 03:55pm - 05:15pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Eric Heidner 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 168B - Intermediate Jazz Ensemble B (1 Unit)

Limitation on Enrollment: Audition.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Performance class for students with intermediate level big band jazz experience. Class includes public performances and participation in festivals.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN 43630 1.0 Lab T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Andrew Martinez 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 43907 1.0 Lab T R 03:55pm - 05:15pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Eric Heidner 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 168C - Intermediate Jazz Ensemble C (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: ENG 103.
Performance class for students with intermediate-level big band jazz experience. Class includes public performances and participation in festivals.
Hours: 54 (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 44788 1.0 Lab T R 12:45pm - 02:05pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Andrew Martinez 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 170B - Symphony Orchestra B (1 Unit)

Limitations on Enrollment: Auditions for public performance. Audition with instructor. Skill Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Performing ensemble open to all students with orchestral instrumental experience. Ensemble performs orchestral literature from all eras in public performances on campus and in the community. Meets for three hours, one night a week.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN 37346 1.0 Lab T 07:00pm - 10:05pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 James Mooy 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 170C - Symphony Orchestra C (1 Unit)

Limitation on Enrollment: Audition with instructor. Skill Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Performing ensemble open to all students with orchestral instrumental experience. Ensemble performs orchestral literature from all eras in public performances on campus and in the community. Meets for three hours, one night a week.
Hours: 54 (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 43908 1.0 Lab T 07:00pm - 10:00pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 James Mooy 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 177 - Symphonic Band (1 Unit)

Course Advisories: MUS 176.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Performance of concert and symphonic winds literature. Frequent public appearances and festival participation. Open to students with collegiate-level performance experience.
Hours: 54 (54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MUS 180.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 33288 1.0 Lab W 07:00pm - 10:05pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Eric Heidner 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 185 - Applied Music (.5 Unit)

Corequisites: MUS 102A and MUS 104A or MUS 102B and MUS 104B and MUS 160 or MUS 162 or MUS 163 or MUS 165 or MUS 166 or MUS 167 or MUS 168 or MUS 169 or MUS 170 or MUS 172 or MUS 174 or MUS 176 or MUS 177 or MUS 178 or MUS 179 MUS 160B or MUS 160C or MUS 160D or MUS 162B or MUS 162C or MUS 162D or MUS 163B or MUS 163C or MUS 163D or MUS 165B or MUS 166B or MUS 167B or MUS 167C or MUS 168B or MUS 168C or MUS 168D or MUS 170B or MUS 170C or MUS 170C or MUS 170D or MUS 171 or MUS 177B or MUS 188A or MUS 188B or MUS 188C or MUS 161 or MUS 161B or MUS 162C or MUS 162D.
Limitation on Enrollment: MUS 185 Auditions for public performance Audition Required.
Individualized study of the appropriate techniques and repertoire for the specific instrument or voice being studied through private instruction. The emphasis is on the progressive development of skills needed for solo performance. Achievement is evaluated through a juried performance.
Hours: 27 (0 lecture,27 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (MUS 160.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Standard Letter
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OPEN 42762 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Andrew Martinez 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42764 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Andrew Martinez 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42765 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Nichole Dechaine 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42766 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Nathan Kreitzer 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42767 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Joanne Kim 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42768 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Nichole Dechaine 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42769 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Nichole Dechaine 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42771 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Andrew Martinez 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42772 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Nathan Kreitzer 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42773 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Edward Smith 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42774 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Nathan Kreitzer 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42775 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Ralph Lowi 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 42777 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Nathan Kreitzer 08/26-12/14 16
OPEN 44803 0.5 Lab 1.7 hours/week DM 105 1 0 0 0 Edward Smith 08/26-12/14 16

MUS 188B - Big Band Jazz Ensemble II (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 103.
Performance-based course for students with previous big band jazz experience. Students must be able to perform collegiate-level big band jazz.
Hours: 54 (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 37348 1.0 Lab M 07:35pm - 10:35pm DM 105 10 0 2 0 Andrew Martinez 08/26-12/14 16

PD - Personal Development

PD 004 - Personal Awareness Group (1 Unit)

Concepts of emotional health and effective interpersonal behavior. Lecture and group discussion will guide students on how to effectively deal with life situations and improve student success.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: None
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN 34612 1.0 Lec R 02:30pm - 03:45pm H 307 20 7 0 0 Alyson Bostwick 09/12-12/05 12

PD 100 - College Success (3 Units)

Students clarify their educational objectives and develop the skills necessary to reach them. Topics include time management, reading and study skills, goal-setting, career planning, and communication skills.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (PD 100, PD 101B, PD 110, PD 131, PD 140, PD 149A, PD 149B and PD 191A combined: maximum credit, 3 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 31335 3.0 Lec 3.9 hours/week ONLINE 35 29 5 0 Carmen Rivero 09/09-12/12 14
OPEN OL 31345 3.0 Lec 9 hours/week ONLINE 35 1 5 0 Carmen Rivero 11/04-12/14 6
OPEN OL 36679 3.0 Lec 4.4 hours/week ONLINE 35 18 5 0 Angela Warren 09/23-12/14 12
OPEN CW 42844 3.0 Lec 4.4 hours/week ONLINE 35 23 5 0 Camila Acosta 10/08-12/14 10
Lec T 03:55pm - 05:15pm WCC 103 10/08-10/08
Lec T 03:55pm - 05:15pm WCC 103 10/22-10/22
Lec T 03:55pm - 05:15pm WCC 103 11/05-11/05
Lec T 03:55pm - 05:15pm WCC 103 11/19-11/19
Lec T 03:55pm - 05:15pm WCC 103 12/03-12/03
Lec T 03:55pm - 05:15pm WCC 103 12/10-12/10

PD 110 - Career Planning And Decision-Making (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Comprehensive approach to career planning. Exploration of interests, personality traits and values through career assessment inventories. Topics include choosing a major, educational planning, value clarification, skills analysis, decision-making and goal-setting. Job search skills include researching occupational information, on-site interviews, interviewing and resume writing.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSUGE Area E, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (PD 100, PD 101B, PD 110, PD 131, PD 140, PD 149A, PD 149B and PD 191A combined: maximum credit, 3 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 37073 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 34 0 0 Christopher Phillips 10/21-12/14 8

PD 140 - College Success For Student Athletes (1 Unit)

Mandatory course for all student-athletes participating in intercollegiate sports for the first time at SBCC. Students learn critical information on athletic eligibility and NCAA transfer requirements, and develop a long-term educational plan. Includes skills necessary for college success: time management, study skills and test-taking strategies.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (PD 100, PD 101B, PD 110, PD 131, PD 140, PD 149A, PD 149B and PD 191A combined: maximum credit, 3 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
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OPEN 42942 1.0 Lec M W 12:45pm - 01:55pm PE 216 25 8 0 0 Kathy O'Connor 09/04-10/16 7
OPEN 42943 1.0 Lec T R 08:00am - 09:15am PE 216 25 11 0 0 Joann Graham 09/03-10/10 6
OPEN 42944 1.0 Lec T R 09:35am - 10:50am PE 216 25 6 0 0 Kathy O'Connor 09/03-10/10 6

PD 191A - College Major and Career Options (1 Unit)

Students will explore compatible college majors and career options by completing a variety of online self-assessment inventories. Examine how individual, family, social, and cultural perspectives influence the college major and career decision-making process. Review strategies for selecting college majors, the purpose and structure of higher education, organizational structures found in employment settings, and education and career success strategies.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (PD 100, PD 101B, PD 110, PD 131, PD 140, PD 149A, PD 149B and PD 191A combined: maximum credit, 3 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 37198 1.0 Lec 6 hours/week ONLINE 40 6 0 0 Christopher Phillips 10/21-12/14 3

PE - Physical Education/Dance/Athletics

PE 147B - Conditioning for Intercollegiate Athletes (1 Unit)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Designed to prepare potential athletes for intercollegiate competition. Presents a combination of aerobic conditioning, weight training, cross-training and skill activities to prepare the athlete both mentally and physically.
Hours: 32 (12 lecture,20 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (Any or all of these PE Activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 44524 1.0 Lec .9 hours/week PERPRK 15 11 3 0 Daniel Echt 09/09-12/06 13
Lab 1.6 hours/week PERPRK 09/09-12/06
OPEN 44674 1.0 Lec 1.2 hours/week WBEACH 15 5 3 0 Ariana Garner 09/09-11/15 10
Lab 2 hours/week WBEACH 09/09-11/15

PE 154A - Dance Ensemble (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and 103.
For intermediate dancers who are serious about performing. Students learn a varied and challenging repertoire that stretches them technically and artistically. They participate in the creation of new work, resetting of work by faculty and guest choreographers and performing in and around the Santa Barbara area.
Hours: 162 (162 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 43970 3.0 Lab 11 hours/week PE 113 20 2 3 0 Tracy Kofford 09/03-12/07 14

PE 154B - Dance Ensemble Advance (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 098 and 103.
The dance ensemble is for advance dancers who are serious about performing. Students learn, perform and choreograph a varied and challenging repertoire that stretches them technically and artistically. They participate in the creation of new work, resetting of work by faculty and guest choreographers and performing in and around the Santa Barbara area.
Hours: 162 (162 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 43124 3.0 Lab 11 hours/week PE 113 20 2 3 0 Tracy Kofford 09/03-12/07 14

PE 181B - Intercollegiate Basketball - Women (2 Units)

Limitation on Enrollment: Selection to enroll by permission of instructor. Student must have a physical prior to participation in class. Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 100 and 103.
Provide opportunities to receive advanced level instruction and training in skills, techniques and strategies, and leadership, as well as.... 1. Provide instruction and opportunities for students to develop desirable human relationships and social expression through interaction with opponents, teammates, instructors, officials and companions. 2. Provide an educationally sound environment for wholesome competition.
Hours: 108 (108 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (Any or all of these PE Activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 43144 2.0 Lab 9.8 hours/week PE 101 20 11 0 0 Sandrine Rocher-Krul 09/30-12/14 11

PE 203 - Introduction to Sports Management (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Introduces students to the scope and career opportunities of sports management. Emphasis is placed on current events in the world of sports management.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 44924 3.0 Lec 3.9 hours/week ONLINE 35 4 6 0 Jeff Walker 09/13-12/14 14

PE 218 - Introduction To Coaching/Teaching (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Introductory course in the field of coaching/teaching. History, present status and future trends of coaching. Career options in the profession of coaching are explored.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (PE 128, 200, 218, 270, 271, any or all of these PE Theory courses combined: maximum credit, 8 units.)
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 42807 3.0 Lec 3.6 hours/week ONLINE 35 5 6 0 Craig Moropoulos 09/03-12/14 15

PE 288 - Pre-Season Intercollegiate Track and Field (1.5 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and 103.
Track and field provides instruction and practice in the fundamentals, skills and techniques of all track and field events. Provides a conditioning program involving event-specific running and event-specific techniques and drills.
Hours: 54 (12.6 lecture,41.4 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable, UC Transferable (Any or all of these PE Activity courses combined: maximum credit, 4 units.)
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area E3
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN 38038 1.5 Lec 1 hours/week LPLAYA 30 13 6 0 Donald Willis 09/09-12/06 13
Lab 3.2 hours/week LPLAYA 09/09-12/06

PHOT - Photography

PHOT 109 - Introduction to Photography (3 Units)

Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Students learn the fundamentals of photography including techniques of camera operation, photo composition and lighting, basic digital imaging editing, photo printing paper characteristics, print finishing techniques, and image enhancement techniques using industry-standard hardware and software. Students participate in critiques that emphasize the objective and subjective qualities of their work.
Hours: 90 (36 lecture,54 lab)
Transfer Information: C-ID (JOUR 160.), CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 37455 3.0 Lec 2.8 hours/week ONLINE 30 4 5 0 Seantel Sanders 09/16-12/14 13
Lab 0 hours/week ONLINE 09/16-12/14

PHOT 130 - Digital Assets Management (1 Unit)

Course Advisories: PHOT 109.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 98 and ENG 103.
Explains both the purpose of digital asset management systems and why you need one. Step-by-step workflow, software, and ‘best practices’ in managing your digital content. Recommended for Photographers, Graphic Designers, Photojournalists, Journalists, and other creative people involved with image generation and storage.
Hours: 18 (18 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 44990 1.0 Lec 3 hours/week ONLINE 30 7 5 0 Bruce Burkhardt 09/16-10/26 6

PSY - Psychology

PSY 145 - Human Development (3 Units)

Course Advisories: PSY 100 or 100H or PSY 120.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or 110H.
This course provides an overview, from a psychological perspective, of human physical, cognitive, and social development, as well as developmental problems, and the biological and environmental influences on development, from conception through death. The course examines the theories, research findings, and methodological approaches to human development through the life span.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (PSY 180.), CSUGE Area D9, CSUGE Area E, IGETC Area 4I, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area B
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
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OPEN OL 41951 3.0 Lec 4.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 29 6 0 Micheal Huff 09/30-12/14 11

RE - Real Estate

RE 101 - Real Estate Principles (3 Units)

This fundamental real estate course emphasizes the basic concepts and terminology necessary for understanding the complexities of the real estate profession. This is one of eight courses required for qualification to take the California Real Estate Broker or Sales Agent Exam.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
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WL
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Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN OL 42229 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 34 7 0 Britta Smith 09/09-11/02 8

RE 102 - Real Estate Practices (3 Units)

Course Advisories: RE 101.
Fundamental real estate practices affecting the ownership and transfer of real property interests, operating a real estate business, techniques and procedures of real property transactions, and buying and leasing real property for residency and investment. One of eight required courses for those who wish to take the California Real Estate Broker's Examination.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
Cap
WL
Act
Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN OL 44845 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 12 7 0 Darah Hamara 10/21-12/14 8

RE 203 - Real Estate Finance (3 Units)

Course Advisories: RE 101.
Analysis of money markets, interest rates and real estate financing; and guidelines for financing real property, including residential, multi-family, commercial and special-purpose property. One of eight required courses for those who wish to take the California Real Estate Broker's Examination.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
Cap
WL
Act
Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN OL 41851 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 17 5 0 Brandon Hamara 10/21-12/14 8

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

Course Advisories: RE 101.
Applied study of California real estate for knowledge of procedures for transfer, use and acquisition of property. Elements of contracts, leases and escrow instructions covered. One of eight required courses for those who wish to take the California Real Estate Broker's Examination.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
Cap
WL
Act
Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN OL 44846 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 35 11 5 0 Brandon Hamara 10/21-12/14 8

RE 207 - Property Management (3 Units)

Course Advisories: RE 101.
Study of the responsibilities of real property management and the review of influences on the real estate market. Management techniques including planning, tenant selection, review of and writing leases, property maintenance, record keeping requirements, client relations, and related law. One of eight courses required for the California Real Estate Broker's Exam.
Hours: 54 (54 lecture)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
Cap
WL
Act
Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN OL 39545 3.0 Lec 6.8 hours/week ONLINE 40 18 7 0 Darah Hamara 10/21-12/14 8

SPAN - Spanish

SPAN 101 - Beginning Spanish I (5 Units)

Focuses on the essentials of spoken and written Spanish for the beginner and provides an introduction to the culture of Spanish speakers.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (SPAN 100.), CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 6A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
Cap
WL
Act
Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN OL 35103 5.0 Lec 6.4 hours/week ONLINE 30 18 5 0 Maria Mesa Sanchez 09/09-12/14 14

SPAN 102 - Beginning Spanish II (5 Units)

Prerequisites: SPAN 101 or two years of high school Spanish or qualifying score on SBCC SoML placement exam.
Skills Advisories: Eligibility for ENG 110 or ENG 110H.
Focuses on the essentials of spoken and written Spanish for the beginner and provides an introduction to the culture of Spanish speakers.
Hours: 90 (90 lecture)
Transfer Information: C-ID (SPAN 110.), CSUGE Area C2, IGETC Area 3B, IGETC Area 6A, CSU Transferable, UC Transferable
SBCC General Education: SBCCGE Area C
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass or Standard Letter
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
Cap
WL
Act
Instructor Date Weeks
OPEN OL 41369 5.0 Lec 11.3 hours/week ONLINE 30 3 5 0 Francisco Rodriguez 10/21-12/14 8

WEXP - Work Experience

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

Combines academic study and practical work experience to develop students' marketable skills. Students pursue new or expanded objectives or learning opportunities beyond those experienced during previous employment. Student jobs need not be related to their educational goals. Students sign up for a unit load according to the number of hours they will work in a semester: 1 unit = 54 hours work or internship.
Hours: 216 (216 lab)
Transfer Information: CSU Transferable
SBCC General Education: None
Grading Options: Pass/No Pass
Status I CRN Units Type Meeting Time Location Cap Act WL
Cap
WL
Act
Instructor Date Weeks
Waitlisted 20 42541 1.0 ONLINE 27 27 5 0 Ana Garcia 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN 20 42546 1.0 TBA 10 4 4 0 Mary Willer 09/23-12/14 12
Waitlisted 20 42547 2.0 ONLINE 35 35 5 0 Camila Acosta 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN 20 42548 2.0 ONLINE 18 16 0 0 Holly Eubank 09/23-12/14 12
Waitlisted 20 42552 3.0 ONLINE 30 30 5 0 Mary Willer 09/23-12/14 12
OPEN 20 42553 3.0 ONLINE 30 22 5 0 Mary Willer 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN 20 42555 3.0 ONLINE 30 11 5 0 Mary Willer 09/09-12/14 14
STANDBY 20 42557 3.0 ONLINE 0 0 5 1 Pending Staff 09/09-12/14 14
Waitlisted 20 42558 4.0 ONLINE 35 35 5 0 Ana Garcia 09/09-12/14 14
OPEN 20 42559 4.0 ONLINE 40 31 5 0 Jamie Sublett 09/09-12/14 14
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