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Gavilan College Summer 2014

Gavilan College Summer 2014

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Summer Session Calendar 
Summer 2014 
First day of 6-week Summer Classes
June 9
ABSOLUTE Last day to add a course
June 10
Last day to drop a semester-long course with a refund
June 11
Last day to drop a semester-long class with no record shown on your transcript
June 11
Deadline for selecting pass/no pass grading option
June 19
Last day to withdraw from a semester-long class. A “W” will appear on your transcript
July 9
Final Exams
Last day of class
Last Day of 6-week classes
July 18
Final Grades Available Online
July 25
Ofcial Transcripts Available
August 1
Holiday - campus closed 
Independence Day- July 4 
For policies and procedures, and general information, please check the Schedule of Classes or go to
click on
May 5-31 Mon–Thurs 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; Fri 10 a.m.-2 p.m.June 1-Aug 22
Mon–Thurs 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Fri 9:30 a.m.– 11:30 a.m.
May 1-24 Mon-Thurs 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Fri 8 a.m.-5p.m.May 28-June 7 Mon-Thurs 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Fri 8 a.m.-12p.m.June 10 - Aug 22 Mon-Thurs 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Fri 8 a.m.-12p.m. All locations will be closed:May 23 - GraduationMay 27 - Memorial Day HolidayJuly 4 - Independence Day Holiday
You must pay for summer classes at the time of registration. At the start of the Summer term, a hold will be placed on accounts with a balance due. You will NOT be dropped from Summer classes for nonpayment. However, you WILL be dropped from Fall classes if you still owe money for Summer classes. Pay for ALL Summer AND Fall classes at the time of registration to prevent being dropped during deregistration. To prevent being dropped from Fall classes, you must pay in full for each course registration for Summer AND/OR Fall classes.
Continuing students on Academic Dismissal status must submit a readmission petition by
May 24
Unless otherwise indicated,
classes run from June 9 to July 18.
Some classes start earlier or later -- check section listings!
Registration Calendar 
Registration PeriodDateWho can RegisterPriority 1**May 5, 6, 7CalWorks, DRC, EOPS, Foster Youth, Veterans Priority 2**May 8Athletes, MESA, Puente, TRIO Priority 3**May 9 - 13Continuing students, GECA students and new students who have completed orientation, assessment and an educational planOpenStarts May 14New students, returning stu-dents, High Step studentsHigh school students concur-rent enrollmentMay 14 – June 6Students who will be taking col-lege classes while still in high school, but are not in GECA or High StepOpen – entry and late-start
Before rst day
of classAll students taking open-entry and late-start classes** NOTE:
Priority 1, Priority 2 and Priority 3 eligibility criteria include good academic standing (e.g. not on probation for 2 consecutive semes-ters or dismissal); less than 100 units total excluding 30 units of basic skills or ESL classes.
New student Priority 3 eligibility includes successful completion of assessment, education plan and orientation.
www.gavilan.edu Gavilan College
Summer 2014
CRN Type Room Instructor Units Days Times DatesCRN Type Room Instructor Units Days Times Dates
 Although we make every effort to make the Schedule of Classes as accurate as possible, some information will change after the publication goes to print. Please check online at MyGav for the most up-to-date information prior to attending class.
CRN Type Room Instructor Units Days Times Dates
You must have an email account to take this course. Start your course by going to http://www.gavilan.edu/disted. Unless you have made prior arrangements with the instructor, you MUST log
on by 11:59 pm on the rst day of the course. Late adds must login within 24 hours of adding this course. If you miss the deadline you may be dropped.
For help, contact your instructor or email disted@gavilan.edu.
ACCT 121 Spreadsheet - MS Excel
Introduction to the computer spreadsheet software. A hands-on approach to learning terms, commands, and applications of a spreadsheet program. This course will help prepare students for taking the Excel MOUS (Microsoft Ofce User Specialist) exams. This course has the option of a letter grade or pass/no pass. Also listed as CSIS 121. ADVISORY: CSIS 1 or CSIS 2 or equivalent computer experience.80072 Lec HOL3 F Mendez 2.0 MW 0600-0850 Above class meets at the Hollister Briggs site.
AJ 10 Introduction to the Administration of Justice
 CSU, UC; GAV-GE:D2; CAN:AJ2The history and philosophy of justice as it evolved throughout the world; in-depth study of the American system and various sub-systems; roles and role expectations of criminal justice agents in their interrelationships in society; concepts of crime causations, punishments and rehabilitation; ethics, education and training for professionalism in the social system. (C-ID: AJ 110) ADVISORY: Eligible for English 250 and English 260.80115 Lec BU120 D Pulido 3.0 TWR 0600-0850
AJ 184 Computer Forensics
Introduction to computer crime investigation processes. The student is introduced to the hardware, software, networks and devices found in typical home and business settings. Techniques and equipment used to collect evidence, ensure integrity, locate and prepare data for forensic investigation. Covers chain of custody requirements for admissible evidence, data formats for a variety of modern equipment, and recovery of deleted or encrypted information. This course has the option of a letter grade or pass/no pass. This course is also listed as CSIS 184.80233 Lec BU118 M Ramos 3.0 MTW 0600-0850
AH 3 The Person in the Life Cycle
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:E2; GAV-GE:E2, FInteraction of social, emotional, intellectual, and physical attributes related to the development and realization of human potential across the life span. (C-ID: PSY 180) PREREQUISITE: Eligible for English 1A.80191 Lec HOB102 D Amaro 3.0 MTWR 1030-1235
AH 11 Nutrition
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:E2; GAV-GE:E2, F; CAN:FCS2This course is designed to meet the needs of the Allied Health student and the general education student alike. The major aim of this course is to help the student acquire relevant information about nutrition which they can use professionally and/or personally. The course will cover the practical aspects of normal nutrition, ways to promote sound eating habits throughout the life cycle, and physiological contribution nutrients make to body structure and function. This course is also listed as BIO 11. PREREQUISITE: Eligible for English 1A.  ADVISORY: Chemistry 30A and Mathematics 205.
80187 Online
 M Akrop 3.0
80189 Online
 M Akrop 3.0
AH 180 Fundamentals of Nursing--Convalescent
 CSU A course to provide a basic introduction to patient care in the convalescent
setting. Emphasizes principles, understanding and skills necessary to perform basic nursing procedures safely and effectively. Includes introduction to health care, planning, safety, infection control, personal care, basic procedures, rehabilitation, nutrition and clients’ rights and needs. At the completion of this course students will qualify for state certication as a nursing assistant. PREREQUISITE: Eligible for English 250 and English 260 and eligible for MATH 205 or MATH 430. Clearance from the Department of Health Services (Form HS283), ngerprint card, and health clearance required prior to clinical placement. Health and ngerprint clearance required prior to clinical placement. Uniform, shoes, watch, and stethoscope required. Clinical in Morgan Hill or Hollister, as assigned.80167 L/L HOB114 D Reid 8.0 MT 0800-0150
06/09/14 - 08/06/14
80167 L/L HOB114 D Reid WR 0630-0140
06/09/14 - 08/06/14
AH 182 Home Health Care
 CSUCourse is designed to prepare students to provide basic health care in the
home. Includes interpretation of medical/social needs, personal care services, cleaning tasks, nutrition, and the scope of limitations of a home health aide.  All students who achieve a grade of “C” or better will be eligible for a Home Health Aide certicate from the State of California. PREREQUISITE: California CNA certication or concurrent enrollment in AH 180 or equivalent. Equivalency determined by written and performance exams. Also, eligible for English 250 and English 260. Clearance from the Department of Health Services (Form HS283), ngerprint card, and health clearance required prior to clinical
80168 Lec HOB114 D Reid 2.0 MWF 0900-0430
06/02/14 - 06/06/14
80168 Lab HOB114 D Reid F 0630-0130
06/13/14 - 06/27/14
80193 L/L HOB114 D Reid 2.0 MWF 0900-0430
06/02/14 - 06/06/14
80193 L/L HOB114 D Reid F 0630-0130
07/11/14 - 07/25/14
AH 191B Workplace Skills
Workplace Skills teaches skills vital to workplace success. The topic for 191B is Team Building. Need not be taken in sequence. This is a pass/no pass course.80185 Lec LS106 B Arteaga 1.0 MTWR 0830-1050
05/27/14 - 06/05/14
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Summer Passes $20
(on sale May 5 - July 7)
Summer Classes
Gavilan College www.gavilan.edu
Summer 2014
CRN Type Room Instructor Units Days Times DatesCRN Type Room Instructor Units Days Times Dates
 This symbol means it is a
lecture / online class, that will be partially over the Internet.
for details.
ANTH 1 Introduction to Physical Anthropology
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:B2, IGETC:5B; GAV-GE:B2, F; CAN:ANTH2This course introduces the concepts, methods of inquiry, and scientic explanations for biological evolution and their application to the human species. Issues and topics will include, but are not limited to, genetics, evolutionary
theory, human variation and biocultural adaptations, comparative primate
anatomy and behavior, and the fossil evidence for human evolution. The scientic method serves as foundation of the course. ADVISORY: English 250, English 260 and Mathematics 205.
80001 Online
 D Klein 3.0
ANTH 5 Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:D1, IGETC:4A; GAV-GE:D2, FExplores and analyzes, from a cross-cultural and comparative perspective, religious traditions in diverse cultural contexts with particular focus on the effects of globalization on religious beliefs and practices. Cross- cultural analysis of the concepts of magic, witchcraft, and religion. Examination of connections among the concepts of race, nation, and religion. Exploration of the above through ethnographic readings, class discussions, lms, short papers, and a nal research paper based on original eldwork in a local religious or spiritual community. PREREQUISITE: Eligible for English 1A.80002 Lec SS214 S Salinas 3.0 MTWR 1030-1235
ART 1B Art History
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:C1, IGETC:3A; GAV-GE:C1; CAN:ART4, ART SEQ AThe history of western painting, sculpture, architecture and minor arts from the Early Renaissance to the present. ADVISORY: English 1A80107 Lec MU101 P Hulin 3.0 MTWR 1030-1235
ART 3A Drawing and Composition
 A course that can teach you how to draw. Students learn basic drawing skills
through the exploration of a variety of drawing materials such as pencil, inks,
charcoal and pastels; processes include doodling, gesture and schematic drawing.
80113 L/L AR102 J Eastburn 3.0 MTWR 0830-1245
ART 6 Art Appreciation
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:C1, IGETC:3A; GAV-GE:C1, F An illustrated lecture course that surveys and introduces the visual arts from historical to contemporary times, and teaches students the basic concepts of seeing and appreciating art. ADVISORY: English 250 and English 260.80116 Online
 J Edberg 3.0
80118 Online
 J Edberg 3.0
ART 7A Beginning Ceramics
 CSU, UC; GAV-GE:FThis course is intended for students who have little or no experience in the eld of ceramics. The curriculum introduces basic skills in a well-rounded approach. Forming techniques include pinch, coil and slab hand building along with beginning wheel work. Slips, underglazes, stains, and glazing will be introduced as surface treatments. Safe studio protocols will be taught and followed. Use of the internet and library resources are required. Portfolio development and
personal assessment are introduced.
80106 L/L AR101 J Rekedal 3.0 MTWR 0830-1245
ART 7B Intermediate Ceramics
This course is intended for students who have completed ART 7A, Beginning
Ceramics. The curriculum presents more advanced skills and broader
application of knowledge initiated in 7A. New skills and activities required in 7B include slip mixing and testing, more advanced wheel and sculptural work, facility with various surface treatment techniques, alternative ring, and loading and unloading kilns with minimal supervision. Students will be required to display work at a venue on Gavilan’s campus. Additionally, students will be required to choose a studio maintenance task and perform it throughout the entire semester. Use of internet, classroom, and ceramics ofce library resources are required. Portfolio development and self-assessment will be included. PREREQUISITE: ART 7A, Beginning Ceramics.80108 L/L AR101 J Rekedal 3.0 MTWR 0830-1245
ART 10A Cultural History of Ceramics
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:C1; GAV-GE:C1, F; CAN:ART6 An introduction to the historical developments and cultural inuences of ceramic art. Development of a personal expression is realized through the combination of historical elements, observation and actual creations in clay.80105 L/L AR101 J Rekedal 3.0 MTWR 0830-1245
ART 22 Field Work and Service
Supervised eld work within the college and with local agencies. Students serve in useful group activities in leadership roles prescribed for them by faculty or community agencies. A maximum of six units may be completed. This is a pass/no pass course. REQUIRED: Learning contracts must be lled out and signed
by the student and the supervising instructor.
80109 Fld Ex AR101 J Rekedal 1.0
ART 23 Independent Study
Designed to afford selected students specialized opportunities for exploring areas at the independent study level. The courses may involve extensive library work, research in the community, or special projects. May be repeated until six units of credit are accrued. This course has the option of a letter grade or pass/no pass. REQUIRED: The study outline prepared by the student and the instructor must be led with the department and the dean.80110 Ind AR101 J Rekedal 1.0
BIO 8 General Microbiology
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:B2, B3, IGETC:5B, 5C; GAV-GE:B2, B3; CAN:BIOL14 An introduction to microbiology with an emphasis on bacteriology. Includes the study of morphology, physiology and classication of microorganisms, a survey of infectious disease, immunology and techniques for culture and control of microorganisms. This course is also listed as Allied Health 8. PREREQUISITE: Biological Science 10 or 15 with a grade of credit or C or better. ADVISORY: Chemistry 30A and Chemistry 30B; Eligible for English 250, English 260 and Mathematics 205.80017 L/L LS103 P Yuh 5.0 MTWR 1110-0300
06/09/14 - 08/01/14
BIO 10 Principles of Biology
 CSU, UC; CSU-GE:B2, B3, IGETC:5B, 5C; GAV-GE:B2, B3 An introductory biology course covering functions at the cellular and organismal levels. Includes study of the basic principles of metabolism, heredity, evolution and ecology. Primarily for non-biological science majors. ADVISORY: Eligible for English 250, English 260 and Mathematics 205.80012 Online S Keys 4.0 Lab LS102 TRF 0900-105080013 Online S Keys 4.0 Lab LS102 TRF 1110-0100

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