DE ANZA COLLEGE

Spring Class Listings 2016

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21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard, Cupertino, CA 95014
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HWY 280 &
Route 85 North

Stevens Creek Boulevard

North Entrance

Service Road

23
Staff
Lot A

Flint Center
Parking
Structure

A1

A8

A3

A2

VTA

A5
Flint
Center

A9

A7
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ECOT-1

Media & Learning Center
(MLC)

Sunken Garden

Library

Center
West

GTE
Mechanical
Shop
SEM

Seminar

S8

LEGEND
Emergency Phone
Pay Phone
Restrooms
Gender Neutral
Restrooms

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S5

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Lot F

L1

Fountain

F6

L8

L Quad
L7

FOR

L5

Pools

S4

F4

East
Entrance

Stelling
Parking Structure
Staff Parking

PE Quad
Women's

E1

Mod Quad C

Locker Room
Fitness &
Wellness PE6
Men's
Center
Locker Room

SC3
Outdoor "Garden"
Classroom

Softball
Field
Staff Parking
Parking Lot C1

CDC
Child Development
Center

Parking Permit Machine

Stelling Road

Football Field

Baseball
Field

Para Transit Drop Off
AED (Automated
External Defibrillator)

MQ-3

Putting Green

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Stadium
and Track

Golf Range

Parking
Lot E

Handicapped Parking

Staff Parking

Carpool Parking

Classrooms
MQ-2

Soccer
Field

SC1
Science Center

Motorcycle Parking

ETS
MQ-1

Tennis Courts

SC2

Division Offices
Elevators

Construction Zone

Staff Parking

Kirsch Center

Parking Lot D

Cheeseman
Environmental
ESA Study Area
Lab

Pedestrian Pathways

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EMERGENCY
EXIT

30-Minute Visitor Parking

McClellan Road

Passenger Drop-Off

South Entrance

McClellan Road
High Tech Center
Training Unit (HTCTU)

E V Charging

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Peppertree
Lane

Parking Lot C

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PE5

PE4

PLT

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Forum

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TTY Phone
County Transit

F1

VTA

S Quad

L3

L4

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E3

Multicultural
Center

L2

Equity Office

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MCC

F2

Administration
Building &
ADM Classrooms

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Visual & Performing
Arts Center (VPAC)

Bookstore

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Fountain

(Learning Center)

Parking Lot A

Euphrat
Museum
of Art

Advanced
Technology
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Campus
Center

Main
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LCW
Learning

Admissions
& Records

Police &
Health Services

Trianon/California
History Center

CHC

A Quad

Baldwin Winery Building
Financial Aid,
Printing Services &
Part-time Faculty Offices

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Stelling Road

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DROP-OFF

Student &
Community Services
Building (SCS)

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HVAC

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Grounds & Custodial
Warehouse

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Mary
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Hoefler
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De Anza College: Schedule of Classes

http://ecms.deanza.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.html

De Anza College Printed Schedule of Classes: Spring 2016
Courses/Sections Found: 1976
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Location

ACCT 1A: Financial Accounting I
Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (Not open to students with credit in ACCT 1AH.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent.
Course Description: The primary objective of this course is to help students learn how accounting meets the information needs of various users by developing and communicating information
that is used in decision-making. Accordingly, the expected student outcome is the demonstration that the student can read, analyze and interpret external financial statements.
00002

ACCT-001A-01

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:45 AM

MW

MELLO, KEITH

L74

00004

ACCT-001A-02

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:45 AM

TTh

MELLO, KEITH

L74

40391

ACCT-001A-04

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

09:30 AM-11:45 AM

TTh

BREEN, MARY

L84

41404

ACCT-001A-05

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

11:00 AM-01:15 PM

MW

OSBORNE, LAWRENCE

L81

00009

ACCT-001A-07

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

VENKATA, LAKSHMAMMA

L76

42111

ACCT-001A-10

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

11:00 AM-01:15 PM

TTh

HURST, STEPHEN

L81

42115

ACCT-001A-11

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

08:30 PM-10:45 PM

MW

PIRRONE, DAVID

L84

42248

ACCT-001A-12

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

06:00 PM-08:15 PM

MW

WEST, JEFFREY

L81

00013

ACCT-001A-62

Financial Accounting I (CLAS)

06:00 PM-08:15 PM

TTh

HEDGPETH III, SAMUEL

L84

00014
* ACCT-001A-64Z Financial Accounting I (TBA)
TBA
TBA
GOUGH, WALTER
ONLINE
Course Notes (Spring): ACCT-001A-64Z: Online Course with on-campus final exam. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED
orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/
43994

* ACCT-001A-65Z

Financial Accounting I (TBA)

TBA

TBA

JEANPIERRE, LETHA

ONLINE

ACCT 1B: Financial Accounting II
Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (Not open to students with credit in ACCT 1BH.) Prerequisite: ACCT 1A or ACCT 1AH.
Course Description: The primary objective of this course is to help students learn how accounting meets the information needs of various users by developing and communicating information
that is used in decision-making. Accordingly, the expected student outcome is the demonstration that the student can read, analyze and interpret external financial statements.
44020

ACCT-001B-01L

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

09:00 AM-01:55 PM

S

MARTINELLI, MARK

L84

42113

ACCT-001B-06

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:45 AM

MW

MELLO, KEVIN

L76

40500

ACCT-001B-07

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

11:00 AM-01:15 PM

TTh

RATCHFORD, TIMOTHY

L76

42813

ACCT-001B-08

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

12:00 PM-02:15 PM

TTh

BREEN, MARY

L84

43996

ACCT-001B-09

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

TTh

RATCHFORD, TIMOTHY

L74

42814

ACCT-001B-11

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

08:30 AM-10:45 AM

TTh

MELLO, KEVIN

L76

43382

ACCT-001B-13

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

06:00 PM-08:15 PM

TTh

WEST, JEFFREY

L81

40396

ACCT-001B-61

Financial Accounting II (CLAS)

06:00 PM-08:15 PM

MW

HEDGPETH III, SAMUEL

L76

00024
* ACCT-001B-64Z Financial Accounting II (TBA)
TBA
TBA
MELLO, KEVIN
ONLINE
Course Notes (Spring): ACCT-001B-64Z: Online Course with on-campus final exam. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED
orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

ACCT 1C: Managerial Accounting
Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (Not open to students with credit in ACCT 1CH.) Prerequisite: ACCT 1B or ACCT 1BH.
Course Description: Study the role of management accounting information in organizations for operational control, product and customer costing and performance measurement.

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SE L74 ACCT 51B: Intermediate Accounting Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). the Web and an individual email address. 10:33 AM .-01 Auditing (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM TTh MELLO. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . inventories. and practices of financial statement audit. audit planning.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1A or ACCT 1AH. Course Description: Principles. STEPHEN L76 42821 ACCT-001C-11 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW VENKATA.deanza. intangible assets. Course will take advantage of new accounting software being used in industry. plant and equipment. LAURIENNE AT202 2/5/16. 40402 ACCT-067A-61 Federal Income Tax (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM T RIORDAN. Course Description: Fundamentals of payroll accounting using manual and computerized accounting systems. Students must have access to a computer. Course Description: A study of current federal income tax law and the procedures for preparing an individual's tax return. Course Description: Study of environment. KEITH L74 ACCT 64: Payroll and Business Tax Accounting Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.edu/distance/ ACCT 51A: Intermediate Accounting Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). control. WALTER MCC-17 Course Notes (Spring): * Winter . MATH 212 or equivalent.R from 11:00AM until 12:50PM. Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002 regulatory requirements. LAWRENCE L81 00027 ACCT-001C-02 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:45 AM MW BREEN. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . evidence. SE L81 00036 * ACCT-001C-64Z Managerial Accounting (TBA) TBA TBA OSBORNE. and theory of accounting for liabilities and equities.-61 Payroll and Business Tax Accounting (CLAS) 06:00 PM-08:50 PM M MASTERS. Some online instruction. accounts receivable and payroll. procedures. Access to the Internet required. KEVIN L74 ACCT 58: Auditing Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). documentation and reports. MARY L84 43995 ACCT-001C-10 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM MW HURST.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1A or ACCT 1AH. control.ACCT-001C-03Y: Hybrid. and theory of accounting for assets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1B or ACCT 1BH. LAKSHMAMMA L76 42932 ACCT-001C-13 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 12:00 PM-02:15 PM MW BREEN. accounts payable.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1B or ACCT 1BH.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Theoretical and practical aspects of payroll accounting and reporting. LAURIENNE AT202 44022 ACCT-87AI-02 Computerized Accounting Programs I (Quickbooks) (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM TTh HAMMOND. corporations.deanza. 00031 ACCT-001C-06 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 06:00 PM-08:15 PM MW PIRRONE. principle. 00037 ACCT-051B-01 Intermediate Accounting (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM MW MELLO. 262 and 263. 43930 ACCT-058. accounting changes. Course includes federal and California payroll tax rules and forms. Advisory: ACCT 51B. MATH 210 or equivalent. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). LILIAN G4 ACCT 67A: Federal Income Tax Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). price level and fair-value accounting. LILIAN L81 42931 ACCT-064. DAVID L84 00032 ACCT-001C-07 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:45 PM MW BREEN. Financial Accounting meets T. statements from incomplete records. 41407 ACCT-051A-01 Intermediate Accounting (CLAS) 06:00 PM-08:15 PM MW PARK. Applications include general ledger setup. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MARY L84 00029 * ACCT-001C-03Y Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 11:00 AM-12:50 PM TTh GOUGH.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1B or ACCT 1BH. Advisory: ACCT 51A. 2 of 163 44021 ACCT-87AI-01 Computerized Accounting Programs I (Quickbooks) (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MW HAMMOND. financial statements. receivables. 00041 ACCT-064. or ESL 261. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MICHAEL G6 ACCT 87AI: Computerized Accounting Programs I (Quickbooks) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total for the quarter).html 42816 ACCT-001C-01 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:45 AM TTh OSBORNE. cash and cash flows. Course Description: Introduction to computerized accounting for service industry. LAWRENCE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): ACCT-001C-64Z: Online Course with on campus final exam. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . internal controls and audit risk. Approximately 20% of the course will be delivered online.-01L Payroll and Business Tax Accounting (CLAS) 09:00 AM-11:50 AM S MASTERS. Instructor is available online Tues mornings 10AM-11AM. ACCT 1A or ACCT 1AH (may be taken concurrently). Topics include Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS). MARY L84 00035 ACCT-001C-62 Managerial Accounting (CLAS) 08:30 PM-10:45 PM MW PARK. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Principles.

Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1A or ACCT 1AH.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). and community treatment programs with an emphasis on issues concerning race. TERRY L22 ADMJ 5: Community Relations Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). conflict resolution and ethics. restorative justice. multiethnic society.-01 Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2) (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh ELLIS. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .S.-10 Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW HAMMOND. BRYAN ADM101 ADMJ 51: Women in Crime Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 3 of 163 2/5/16.-01 Introduction to Administration of Justice (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh SUITS. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as SOC 51. Effect of U. for credit. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). 43490 ADMJ-005. 42552 ADMJ-003. dynamic relationship between communities and the justice system by addressing crime and conflict with an emphasis on the challenges and prospects of administrating justice within a diverse multicultural population. Course Description: An introduction to the characteristics of the criminal justice system in the United States. MATH 212 or equivalent. Course Description: An examination of the complex. for credit. Focus is placed on examining crime measurement. or ESL 272 and 273. Supreme Court cases on current constitutional interpretation. or ESL 272 and 273. LAURIENNE AT202 Time Dates/Days Instructor ****** Administration of Justice CRN Course Title Location ADMJ 1: Introduction to Administration of Justice Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 00048 ACCT-088. 10:33 AM . emphasis is placed on the US justice system. Course Description: An examination of the changing role of women in crime with emphasis on gender and cultural based differences related to victims. JAMES L21 ADMJ 3: Concepts of Criminal Law (CP 2) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). and sentencing and incarceration policies. but not both. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 262 and 263. or ESL 272 and 273.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. or ESL 272 and 273.html ACCT 88: Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Fundamentals of electronic spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel software. philosophy of law and constitutional provisions. Although justice structure and process is examined in a cross cultural context. 43900 ADMJ-011. Course Description: Historical development.deanza. parole and community based programs. 44118 ADMJ-050. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Read and analyze the Constitution.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). or ESL 261. Students may enroll in either department. LAURIENNE AT202 41354 ACCT-088.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). definitions. particularly the structure and function of US police. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . methodology. rehabilitation.-61 Federal Courts and Constitutional Law (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th LOWY. and jails subsystem including institutions by type and function. theoretical explanations of crime. legal process. basic knowledge of Excel is highly recommended. or ESL 272 and 273. Correction and Society (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ADMJ-050.S. and concepts of law as a social force in a multicultural. study of case law. 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th PERETTI. classification of crime. Students may enroll in either department.-61 Crime. components of the system and current challenges to the system. 41932 ADMJ-001.effective fall 2015. Topics covered may include crime prevention.-01 Excel Spreadsheets for Accounting (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh HAMMOND. Correction and Society Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as SOC 50. MICHAEL L21 ADMJ 50: Crime.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: A legal and sociological approach to understanding the fundamental ideas which have shaped correctional theories and practices.-61: This course is UC transferable . courts and corrections.-61 Community Relations (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM W SUITS. JAMES L21 ADMJ 11: Federal Courts and Constitutional Law Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Concentration on solving accounting problems and completing accounting projects with Excel.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . but not both. Course Description: Federal court procedure and the impact of U. Students are introduced to the origins and development of criminal law.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). A comprehensive examination of current correctional practices. An in-depth study of adult sentencing. Examines the evolution of the principles and approaches utilized by the justice system and the evolving forces which have shaped those principles and approaches. Constitutional law on federal and state law. probation. and their application to the system of administration of justice. response to crime.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-02 Introduction to Administration of Justice (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW SUITS. punishment. prisons. offenders and criminal justice professionals. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). ethnicity and gender. legal research. JAMES L22 40125 ADMJ-001.

edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. ADMJ 64Z: Administration of Justice Internship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). Course Description: Fundamentals of crime investigation. 41091 ADMJ-055. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law enforcement. RODNEY L21 ADMJ 54: Youth and the Law Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . sources of information. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law enforcement. collection and preservation of physical evidence. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). corrections/probation.-61 Practical Writing for Administration of Justice (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM M SUITS.-55 Administration of Justice Internship (TBA) TBA TBA ELLIS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Narcotics and Drug Abuse Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).html Women in Crime (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh GOMES.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 43893 ADMJ-054. functions and jurisdiction of both social and legal agencies.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). ADMJ 64X: Administration of Justice Internship Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). L13D ADMJ 64Y: Administration of Justice Internship Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Designed to acquaint the student with the basic principles. community responses to delinquency. TERRY L13D Course Notes (Spring): ADMJ-064. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law enforcement. Course Description: Designed to equip public service workers and the community with knowledge of the issues involved in drug abuse. or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273. professional investigative report within the criminal justice system. 43899 ADMJ-061. 4 of 163 2/5/16. 41099 ADMJ-064X-55 Administration of Justice Internship (TBA) TBA TBA ELLIS. Ethical standards and critical thinking.-61 Alcohol. will be examined.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 43896 ADMJ-051. RODNEY L21 ADMJ 55: Alcohol. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. use of scientific aids. including the history and classification of drugs and the problems facing society and the governing of illegal drug use. modus operandi processes. corrections/probation. statutes and court procedures. JEREMIAH L24 ADMJ 64: Administration of Justice Internship Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). interviewing techniques. 42711 ADMJ-064Y-55 Administration of Justice Internship (TBA) TBA TBA ELLIS. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-61 Criminal Investigation (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W GARRIDO. Course Description: A legal and sociological approach to understanding the causes of juvenile delinquency. 41831 ADMJ-064. or ESL 272 and 273. GRIFFIN L24 ADMJ 56: Practical Writing for Administration of Justice Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). case disposition. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). techniques of crime scene search and recording. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. processing and detention. corrections/probation. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law enforcement. private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel. 10:33 AM . organization. as they relate to report writing.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). techniques and applications required to complete an effective. or ESL 272 and 273.-01 http://ecms. 43895 ADMJ-056. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel. or ESL 272 and 273. private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel. corrections/probation. Narcotics and Drug Abuse (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM M BONINI. culture and gender in juvenile delinquency. TERRY L13C Course Notes (Spring): ADMJ-064Y-55: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Administration of Justice majors.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ADMJ 3 (may be taken concurrently) or ADMJ 75 (may be taken concurrently). Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.-61 Youth and the Law (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM T GOMES. TERRY Course Notes (Spring): ADMJ-064X-55: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Administration of Justice majors. private security or human services under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel. an examination of race.-55: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Administration of Justice majors. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . JAMES L21 ADMJ 61: Criminal Investigation Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .

MARNI L22 ADMJ 90A: Legal Aspects of Evidence (CP 4) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). technological and environmental change on human biology and behavior. religions. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. modern human variation. ISAIAH MLC101 44116 ANTH-001L-03L Physical Anthropology Laboratory (CLAS) 01:00 PM-03:50 PM F STAFF. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . non-human primates and human variation.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. osteology. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: The origin. AMEETA MLC105 41193 ANTH-001. KATHAERYNE MLC102 42618 * ANTH-001. economics. and the impact of cultural.-05 Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh NENGO. AMEETA MLC101 42243 ANTH-001L-02 Physical Anthropology Laboratory (CLAS) 02:00 PM-04:50 PM Th NENGO. TERRY L13D Course Notes (Spring): ADMJ-064Z-55: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Administration of Justice majors. and correctional institutions. ANA MLC102 43856 ANTH-001. AMEETA MLC102 00071 ANTH-001. Course Description: The anthropological approach to the study of human behavior from a cross-cultural.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-06 Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh NENGO. ISAIAH MLC102 42561 ANTH-001.-64Z: Online Course.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. KYEJUNG L24 2/5/16.-08 Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW CASARETO. kinds of degrees of evidence and rules governing admissibility of evidence. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563. or ESL 272 and 273.-01 Correctional Investigation (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh LAWLOR. An assessment of the dynamics of culture change and the future prospects for humanity. ISAIAH MLC102 00075 ANTH-001.-64Z Physical Anthropology (CLAS) TBA TBA BERRY. use of these reports in the courts.edu/distance/ ANTH 1L: Physical Anthropology Laboratory Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).-02L Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 09:00 AM-12:50 PM F HUI. and content of the rules of evidence. Course Description: Introduction to biological aspects of humans. sociopolitical systems. techniques and procedures used by physical anthropologists to understand human evolution. subsistence. TERRY Time Dates/Days Instructor L22 ****** Anthropology CRN Course Title Location ANTH 1: Physical Anthropology Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). human variation and its adaptive significance.deanza. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and an individual e-mail address is required. An exploration into the languages. Issues and topics will include. Course Description: History and development of probation and parole systems. KATHAERYNE MLC102 42619 ANTH-001. evolutionary theory.-04 Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh TIWANA. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Information on orientation available at http://www. JULIE MLC102 00073 ANTH-001. Investigation techniques needed for preparation of pre-sentence investigation reports. M MLC102 ANTH 2: Cultural Anthropology Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). A bio-cultural and an evolutionary approach is used to understand human variation and human evolution.-62 Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh SOLURI. 42056 ANTH-001. and world views of diverse world cultures.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Access to a computer. activities and experiments that explore human evolution. development. including current practices at the federal.-01 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh YANG.) Prerequisite: ANTH 1 (may be taken concurrently). probation and parole supervision.html 41101 ADMJ-064Z-55 Administration of Justice Internship (TBA) TBA TBA ELLIS. genetics. 00066 ADMJ-090A-01 Legal Aspects of Evidence (CP 4) (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh ELLIS. 42055 5 of 163 ANTH-002. comparative perspective.-09 Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh SOLURI.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-61 Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM M ANDRADE. comparative primate anatomy and behavior.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). the Web. 10:33 AM . biological and behavioral evolution of humans. LESLIE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): ANTH-001.-03 Physical Anthropology (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh TIWANA.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.deanza. Course Description: Laboratory course in which the students apply and practice the scientific methods. primate anatomy and behavior. ADMJ 78: Correctional Investigation Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). CLAUDIA MLC102 43652 ANTH-001. 41816 ADMJ-078. Students gain practical experience and a deeper understanding by participating in lab exercises.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. forensics. 00077 ANTH-001L-01 Physical Anthropology Laboratory (LAB) 02:00 PM-04:50 PM T TIWANA. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . state and local levels.

Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 43639 ANTH-007. missing person identification.edu/distance/ ONLINE ANTH 7: Introduction to Forensic Anthropology Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images. Greek. LORNA Title Time Dates/Days Instructor MLC102 ****** Arts CRN Course Location ARTS 1A: Introduction to the Visual Arts Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). pathology. ARIANNE L24 43019 ANTH-002. including discussion of Stone Age. ISAIAH L24 00079 ANTH-002. DANIEL L24 00085 ANTH-002. trauma. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Primary emphasis will be on paintings. KYEJUNG L24 00082 ANTH-002.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. race.deanza. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and works of architecture produced in Europe from c.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-64Z: Online course.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 00106 ARTS-001A-01 Introduction to the Visual Arts (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM MW MJELDE. 6 of 163 2/5/16.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of art history through analysis of images. M VPA132 00102 ARTS-001A-61 Introduction to the Visual Arts (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM MW ROEHL. and comparison of works from different cultures.-01 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh PIERCE. ISAIAH L24 00080 ANTH-002. 41147 ARTS-002A-01 History of Art: Europe from Prehistory Through Early Christianity (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh PASTUREL.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . objects. such as in crime scene investigation. 1600 through the 1880s.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. RICHARD L24 40522 * ANTH-002. and works of architecture produced from approximately 600 through 1600 CE. and sculpture.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. human rights and humanitarian investigations.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. objects. and the art of the Renaissance (including Mannerism) in both northern and southern Europe. YAEL VPA132 43527 ARTS-001A-02L Introduction to the Visual Arts (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:25 PM S STAFF. including discussion of both northern and southern European cultures.-03 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh NENGO. for the purpose of refining visual literacy skills.-02 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh NENGO.-64Z Cultural Anthropology (TBA) TBA TBA ISHAYA.-06 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh SMITH. Mesopotamian.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. graphic works. MARISSA L24 00084 ANTH-002. PAUL VPA132 ARTS 2A: History of Art: Europe from Prehistory Through Early Christianity Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). the Web and an individual email address. Course Description: An exploration of visual imagery throughout the world. and Byzantine cultures. the social experiences of artists. Egyptian.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Etrurian. the function of works of art in their original environment. 10:33 AM .deanza. DEBORAH AT120 ARTS 2B: History of Art: Europe During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-08 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW ISHAYA. 00108 ARTS-002B-61 History of Art: Europe During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM MW HEATHER.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-07 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW SOLOMON. AMEETA L24 00083 ANTH-002. including discussion of Islamic and European cultures during the Middle Ages. sex. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Students must have access to a computer. objects. for the purpose of identification. Works of art will be studied by means of formal analysis and medium. A comparative and a holistic approach is used to interpret human skeletal remains and determine the age.-63 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh MCGRAIL. ELIZABETH AT120 40022 ARTS-001A-02 Introduction to the Visual Arts (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh KARMI. KATHLEEN VPA132 ARTS 2C: History of Art: Europe from the Baroque Period Through Impressionism Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). ARIANNE Course Notes (Spring): ANTH-002. time of death.-04 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh YANG. and works of architecture produced from the prehistoric period of European history through approximately the year 600 CE. Course Description: An introduction to forensic anthropology which is an applied field of physical anthropology. Roman.-05 Cultural Anthropology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh TIWANA. Focus on varying areas in which forensic anthropology is used.html 00078 ANTH-002. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.

cultural. and social contexts. CHERYL A94 A94 43910 43910 ARTS-004A-03 ARTS-004A-03 Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM 10:00 AM-11:15 AM TTh TTh COON. PRAKASH CHANDRAS. CHERYL COON. WESLEY WRIGHT. SO KAM Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-002F-65Z Online course. 41150 ARTS-03TC-01 Women and Art (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-03TC-01: Only offered in Spring Quarter. CATIE VPA132 ARTS 3TC: Women and Art Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer. using traditional and experimental media.html History of Art: Europe from the Baroque Period Through Impressionism 10:30 AM-11:20 AM (CLAS) MTWTh BECERRIL. CHERYL BATTIATO. WESLEY A94 A94 43913 43913 ARTS-004A-61 ARTS-004A-61 Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (LEC) 06:30 PM-07:45 PM 08:00 PM-09:15 PM MW MW COON.deanza. but not both. Course Description: A general introduction to some of the many indigenous art traditions around the world.deanza. CHERYL COON. for credit. South Pacific region and Africa. CHERYL A94 A94 43911 43911 ARTS-004A-04 ARTS-004A-04 Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM TTh TTh CHANDRAS. including African Americans.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. and in which women serve as subject matter. and architecture and their religious. and Southeast Asia and assesses the contributions of Asian art in a global context. 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW MJELDE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. the Web and individual e-mail. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as INTL 10.deanza.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 272 and 273. historical. Course Description: An introductory course exploring the basic elements and principles of observational drawing. but not both.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 10:33 AM . Himalayas. SO KAM VPA132 00115 * ARTS-002G-01Y History of Art: Arts of Asia (TBA) TBA Th LEE. for credit. ceramics.edu/distance/ ONLINE ARTS 2G: History of Art: Arts of Asia Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer. Compares arts from indigenous peoples to other world art traditions and assesses the contributions of indigenous arts in a global context. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as WMST 3C. Oceania and Native North America (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW CADGE-MOORE. painting. Students may enroll in either department. Native Americans.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. LINDA AT120 ARTS 2F: History of Art: Multicultural Arts in the United States Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 7 of 163 43908 43908 ARTS-004A-01 ARTS-004A-01 Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM 10:00 AM-11:15 AM MW MW BATTIATO. performance. Students must have access to a computer. India. Social perceptions and obstacles relevant to women artists will be discussed. social. Repeatability and Families page for more information. CHERYL A94 A94 43909 43909 ARTS-004A-02 ARTS-004A-02 Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (LAB) 03:30 PM-04:45 PM 05:00 PM-06:15 PM MW MW BATTIATO. gender. ARTS 2J: History of Art: Arts of Africa. Students may enroll in either department.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Significant attention will be given to topics considered important by each ethnicity or group. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). CATIE VPA132 40451 * ARTS-002F-64Z History of Art: Multicultural Arts in the United States (TBA) TBA TBA CADGE-MOORE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ICS 5. 40507 ARTS-002J-01 History of Art: Arts of Africa.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . with emphasis placed upon traditional arts created for use in small-scale communities from the Americas. for credit. values. CATIE VPA132 40450 ARTS-002F-02 History of Art: Multicultural Arts in the United States (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM MW CADGE-MOORE. Information on syllabus and orientation available at http://www.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || Also Listed As: (Also listed as INTL 22. the Web and an individual email address.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. the Web and an individual email address. CHERYL A94 A94 2/5/16. ELIZABETH VPA132 ARTS 4A: Beginning Drawing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 00109 ARTS-002C-01 http://ecms. Traditions. Latina(o)s/Chicana(o)s. economic and political contexts of the art will be explored. Oceania and Native North America Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). SO KAM ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-002G-01Y: Hybrid course with on-campus attendance on Tuesdays from 2:30 PM to 4:20 PM and coursework done online. ceramics. for credit. Please see Course Repetition. and Americans of non-European heritage. but not both.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Information on syllabus and orientation available at http://www. Instructor available online on Thursdays from 2:30 PM to 4:20 PM. and cultural expressions of diverse societies and their contributions to American visual culture are explored. Diverse art forms covered will include sculpture. Students may enroll in either department. sculptures. Central Asia. as well as issues related to racism. Topics addressing the religious. Focuses upon paintings. Course Description: A general introduction to art through major Asian artistic traditions. 40448 ARTS-002F-01 History of Art: Multicultural Arts in the United States (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh CADGE-MOORE.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Drawing Family of activity courses.edu/distance/ ONLINE 42109 * ARTS-002F-65Z History of Art: Multicultural Arts in the United States (TBA) TBA TBA LEE. CATIE Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-002F-64Z Online course. Asian Americans. Course Description: A history of women in relation to society and the visual arts from prehistory to the present. but not both. textiles and architecture from antiquity through the colonial period to the present. PRAKASH A94 A94 43912 43912 ARTS-004A-05L ARTS-004A-05L Beginning Drawing (CLAS) Beginning Drawing (LAB) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM F F WRIGHT. and students will engage in cross-cultural comparison of works produced in western and non-western cultures made by women. Students may enroll in either department. cultural. Examines arts from China. CHERYL BATTIATO. 00115 * ARTS-002G-01Y History of Art: Arts of Asia (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM T LEE. social class and contemporary social/political awareness. Course Description: A cross-cultural introduction to American art history which includes interdisciplinary analysis of diverse art forms generated by artists of color. Japan. ARTS 8.

Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 4A.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MARCIA A93 A93 43921 43921 ARTS-008. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Drawing Family of activity courses.-01 Design and Color (CLAS) Design and Color (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM 10:00 AM-11:15 AM TTh TTh RODRIGUEZ. MATH 210 or equivalent. MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-010B-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. MARCIA BRIGGS. MARK A93 A93 ARTS 4D: Representational Drawing Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). EUGENE RODRIGUEZ. 262 and 263. or ESL 272 and 273. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Drawing Family of activity courses. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Further exploration and continuation of three-dimensional design focusing on individual projects. ARTS 8. MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-010A-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. Please see Course Repetition. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Repeatability and Families page for more information. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 261.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . plaster. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Painting Family of activity courses. For additional information please visit http://www. 00128 ARTS-004D-01 Representational Drawing (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM MW MIKI. 43923 8 of 163 ARTS-015A-01 Acrylic Painting I (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM MW ALLIE. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-02 Two-Dimensional Design (CLAS) Two-Dimensional Design (LAB) 03:30 PM-04:45 PM 05:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh TTh JAUCH.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. or ESL 272 and 273.-01 ARTS-012. MARSHA A93 A93 ARTS 15A: Acrylic Painting I Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. wood metals and found objects.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).-01 ARTS-008.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). MARSHA SHAW. Introduction of mold making and casting.deanza.deanza.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 4A. BARBARA A52 2/5/16. Course Description: An intermediate level drawing course concentrating on observation and depiction of volume and perspective in a variety of drawing media. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: An introductory course in acrylic painting with emphasis on basic techniques in both traditional and contemporary techniques that relate to the unusual characteristics of the medium. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Repeatability and Families page for more information. or ESL 272 and 273. EUGENE A93 A93 43915 43915 ARTS-004B-02 ARTS-004B-02 Intermediate Drawing (CLAS) Intermediate Drawing (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM TTh TTh ENGEL. clay. plastic sheet and resin. 43914 43914 ARTS-004B-01 ARTS-004B-01 Intermediate Drawing (CLAS) Intermediate Drawing (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM 10:00 AM-11:15 AM MW MW RODRIGUEZ. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). PATRICIA A93 A93 ARTS 10A: Three-Dimensional Design Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). For additional information please visit http://www. MATH 210 or equivalent.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 4A. metals.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 43916 43916 ARTS-012.html ARTS 4B: Intermediate Drawing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. paper. 00132 ARTS-010A-01 Three-Dimensional Design (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM MW OHTAKE.-02 Design and Color (CLAS) Design and Color (LAB) 03:30 PM-04:45 PM 05:00 PM-06:15 PM MW MW SHAW. or ESL 261. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). ARTS 8. MASAKO A94 ARTS 8: Two-Dimensional Design Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Course Description: Introduction to design elements and principles as they apply to three-dimensional space and form. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). techniques and media. 43920 43920 ARTS-008. Use of various materials including wood.deanza. Repeatability and Families page for more information. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). PATRICIA JAUCH. or ESL 272 and 273. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 00134 ARTS-010B-01 Intermediate Three-Dimensional Design (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM MW OHTAKE. 10:33 AM . 262 and 263. Course Description: An intermediate drawing course focusing on the creative interpretation of subject matter utilizing a variety of experimental.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). EUGENE RODRIGUEZ.-02 ARTS-008. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition.edu/creativearts/furniture ARTS 10B: Intermediate Three-Dimensional Design Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Course Description: A foundation course in the use of fundamental design elements and principles for two-dimensional art. Course Description: A fundamental course exploring theory and color in the visual arts. MARK ENGEL. EUGENE A93 A93 43922 43922 ARTS-012.-01 Two-Dimensional Design (CLAS) Two-Dimensional Design (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM MW MW BRIGGS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 8.edu/creativearts/furniture ARTS 12: Design and Color Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Idea explorations in various media including wire. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). as well as traditional. Please see Course Repetition.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 10A.-02 ARTS-012.

Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Primary concerns include shaped canvasses. expression. Course Description: A continuation of ARTS 16A with further emphasis on basic techniques that relate to the unusual characteristics of the medium. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Painting Family of activity courses. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Problems in class will relate to aesthetic concerns of idea.html Acrylic Painting I (LAB) 02:00 PM-03:15 PM MW ALLIE. Please see Course Repetition. 9 of 163 2/5/16. Please see Course Repetition. Use of stoneware firing techniques and processes in Ceramics (ARTS 18A). or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273. Repeatability and Families page for more information. WILLIAM A51 42586 ARTS-018A-02 Ceramics (CLAS) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM TTh LEWYCKY. glazing techniques. ideas. JONATHON A51 ARTS 18B: Ceramics (Beginning Wheel Throwing) Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). EUGENE RODRIGUEZ. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). 43918 43918 ARTS-016B-01 ARTS-016B-01 Oil Painting II (CLAS) Oil Painting II (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM TTh TTh RODRIGUEZ. BARBARA ALLIE. Surfaces other than canvas will be required. BARBARA ALLIE. concept and craft are fundamental as applied to aesthetic concerns.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 16B. 43924 43924 ARTS-015B-01 ARTS-015B-01 Acrylic Painting II (CLAS) Acrylic Painting II (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM MW MW ALLIE. Course Description: A continuation of ARTS 15A with further emphasis on basic techniques that relate to the unusual characteristics of the medium.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . color theory and aesthetics are primary concerns.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 15B. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Painting Family of activity courses. Course Description: Beginning techniques of throwing on the potter's wheel. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). BARBARA A52 ARTS 15B: Acrylic Painting II Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Repeatability and Families page for more information. BARBARA A52 A52 ARTS 16A: Oil Painting I Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 43923 ARTS-015A-01 http://ecms. Surfaces other than canvas will be introduced allowing for more varied results. 43917 43917 ARTS-016A-01 ARTS-016A-01 Oil Painting I (CLAS) Oil Painting I (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM TTh TTh RODRIGUEZ. Please see Course Repetition. shaping. or ESL 272 and 273. Repeatability and Families page for more information. 43919 43919 ARTS-016C-01 ARTS-016C-01 Oil Painting III (CLAS) Oil Painting III (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM TTh TTh RODRIGUEZ. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Please see Course Repetition. or ESL 272 and 273. EUGENE RODRIGUEZ. 262 and 263. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Course Description: A continuation of ARTS 16B with emphasis on processes rather than techniques. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Painting Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition. EUGENE A52 A52 ARTS 16B: Oil Painting II Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 18A. Course Description: A continuation of ARTS 15B with emphasis on processes rather than techniques. Preparation. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 4A. BARBARA A52 A52 ARTS 15C: Acrylic Painting III Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. 43925 43925 ARTS-015C-01 ARTS-015C-01 Acrylic Painting III (CLAS) Acrylic Painting III (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM MW MW ALLIE. EUGENE RODRIGUEZ. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ceramic Construction Family of activity courses. and aesthetics relating to the oil medium. EUGENE A52 A52 ARTS 18A: Ceramics Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Conceptual studies. content and expression within the acrylic medium. EUGENE A52 A52 ARTS 16C: Oil Painting III Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Repeatability and Families page for more information. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Painting Family of activity courses.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 16A.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 15A. Repeatability and Families page for more information. trimming and decorating basic wheel thrown pieces.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Forming. or ESL 261. Please see Course Repetition.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. Please see Course Repetition. Course Description: An introductory oil painting course exploring the application of the medium as it relates to the production of artwork through the translation of visual information. 42585 ARTS-018A-01 Ceramics (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM MW GEISINGER. 10:33 AM . Course Description: Survey of ceramic construction techniques. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ceramic Construction Family of activity courses. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Painting Family of activity courses. JONATHON A51 42587 ARTS-018A-61 Ceramics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM MW LEWYCKY. glazes and ceramic kiln firing.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Use of surface decoration.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .

|| Repeatability: (This course is included in the Sculpture Family of activity courses. 42588 ARTS-018D-01 Ceramics Hand Building (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM MW GEISINGER.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 18A. 00162 ARTS-037B-01 Intermediate Sculpture (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM MW OHTAKE. function and individual expression with clay. 262 and 263. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ceramic Construction Family of activity courses. Use of a variety of clay bodies and various firing techniques associated with functional and non-functional ceramic work.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Please see Course Repetition. 00160 ARTS-020.deanza. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Course Description: Ceramic construction techniques: use of pinch. visual investigation and its making process.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Stone carving will include idea development. Stone carving will include idea development. selection of stone. Please see Course Repetition. Please see Course Repetition. casting and mixed media.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 18D or ARTS 18E. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Sculpture Family of activity courses. JONATHON A51 ARTS 18C: Ceramics (Intermediate Wheel Throwing) Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Repeatability and Families page for more information. 06:30 PM-09:20 PM MW LEWYCKY.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 43926 ARTS-019J-61 Ceramics Techniques (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-019J-61: Only offered in Spring Quarter.Degree applicable || Grading 10 of 163 2/5/16. ARTS 37C: Advanced Sculpture Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). MATH 210 or equivalent. Course Description: Beginning sculpture. including welding (Oxy-Acetylene. Repeatability and Families page for more information. TIG and Plasma Cutter) and sheet metal forming. 262 and 263.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: Techniques of hand building and wheel construction combined: experimental glazing and texturing treatments. use of pneumatic and hand tools. JONATHON A51 ARTS 37A: Sculpture Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Advanced techniques of throwing on the potter's wheel. MATH 210 or equivalent. 10:33 AM .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 18C. and finishing. 00161 ARTS-037A-01 Sculpture (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM MW OHTAKE. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Sculpture Family of activity courses. carving. MIG. selection of stone. JONATHON A51 ARTS 18D: Ceramics Hand Building Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). coil and slab processes. MIG. Forming. Course Description: Supervised use of ceramic studio equipment for independent skill development. JONATHON A51 ARTS 19J: Ceramics Techniques Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition. Metal sculpture will explore the construction process.-01 Ceramics Individual Laboratory (LAB) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh LEWYCKY. or ESL 261. WILLIAM A51 ARTS 18E: Ceramics (Advanced Wheel Throwing) Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition. Development of shapes. 00153 ARTS-018C-01 Ceramics (Intermediate Wheel Throwing) (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh LEWYCKY. including welding (Oxy-Acetylene. visual investigation and the sculpture making process. with an emphasis on idea development. JONATHON A51 ARTS 20: Ceramics Individual Laboratory Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 00151 ARTS-018B-01 http://ecms.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Please see Course Repetition. including construction. ARTS 37B: Intermediate Sculpture Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 18B. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Introduction to combined forms and developing the vessel as an aesthetic object. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ceramic Construction Family of activity courses. use of pneumatic and hand tools.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Please see Course Repetition. hand building. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ceramic Surface Family of activity courses. Repeatability and Families page for more information. MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-037B-01: Study the art of stone carving and metal sculpture. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).(ARTS 18B). Please see Course Repetition. Repeatability and Families page for more information.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 37A. Course Description: Intermediate sculpture with emphasis on further formulation of idea development. 00156 ARTS-018E-01 Ceramics (Advanced Wheel Throwing) (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh LEWYCKY. or ESL 261. trimming and surface development of intermediate wheel thrown pieces.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 18B. Course Description: Intermediate techniques of throwing on the potter's wheel. ARTS 10A. Builds upon throwing techniques and processes in Ceramics (Beginning Wheel Throwing) . Additional materials and processes will be examined. Metal sculpture will explore the construction process. shaping. Repeatability and Families page for more information. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ceramic Construction Family of activity courses.html Ceramics (Beginning Wheel Throwing) (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh LEWYCKY. Repeatability and Families page for more information. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ceramic Construction Family of activity courses. wheel throwing and kiln firing. MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-37A-01: Study the art of stone carving and metal sculpture. and finishing. TIG and Plasma Cutter) and sheet metal forming.

43927 43927 ARTS-053A-01 ARTS-053A-01 Introduction to Visual Technology (CLAS) Introduction to Visual Technology (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM 10:00 AM-11:15 AM TTh TTh MARQUEZ. ARTS 53A. MARCO AT101 AT101 ARTS 55A: Graphic Design-Communication I Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). 262 and 263.m. and finishing.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-3:20 p. Repeatability and Families page for more information. 41155 ARTS-055B-01 Graphic Design-Communication (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM MW MARQUEZ. MATH 210 or equivalent.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 55B or instructor approval. Access to the Internet required. MICHAEL 42641 * ARTS-055A-01Y Graphic Design-Communication I (LAB) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM W COLE. MARCO AT101 ARTS 58A: Furniture Design Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). ARTS 53A.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Course Description: Intermediate course in the preparation of art for reproduction on the printed page. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MATH 210 or equivalent. Course Description: A survey course for artists and designers. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Industrial Design Family of activity courses. Emphasis is placed on specific studio procedures as well as computer production alternatives used by professionals in the field of graphic design. Course Description: Advanced sculpture with an emphasis on idea development. Software used are Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects.m. Course Description: Continuation of the analysis and interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied to the practice of graphic design and visual communication. MIG.m. 42641 * ARTS-055A-01Y Graphic Design-Communication I (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM M COLE. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop. Additional materials and processes will be examined and demonstrated.edu/creativearts/furniture ARTS 58B: Intermediate Furniture Design Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign. 43928 43928 ARTS-053B-01 ARTS-053B-01 Introduction to Visual Technology II (CLAS) Introduction to Visual Technology II (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM 10:00 AM-11:15 AM MW MW MARQUEZ.m. MATH 210 or equivalent. MARCO MARQUEZ. MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-037C-01: Study the art of stone carving and metal sculpture. Face-to-face meetings will be held in A92 on Mondays from 12:30 p. Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 00163 ARTS-037C-01 Advanced Sculpture (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM MW OHTAKE. MICHAEL Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-055A-01Y: Hybrid. Online meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 12:30 p. Stone carving will include idea development.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).deanza. MARCO MARQUEZ. and the World Wide Web. ARTS 10A. An introduction of fundamental concepts. 11 of 163 2/5/16. Please see Course Repetition. Course Description: Beginning furniture design with emphasis on developing basic skills in design. ARTS 53A: Introduction to Visual Technology Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Adobe Illustrator. For additional information please visit http://www. Introductory use of Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign. Course Description: The analysis and interpretation of the elements and principles of design as applied to the practice of graphic design and visual communication. ARTS 8. using digital software as a medium of artistic expression. 00170 ARTS-058A-01 Furniture Design (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh OHTAKE. or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273. construction and craftsmanship. or ESL 261. A92 ONLINE ARTS 55B: Graphic Design-Communication Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). MOTOSUKE A71 Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-058A-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. selection of stone. or ESL 261. and theories of digital art production. Course Description: Introductory use of art and design software for the computer. or ESL 261. 41156 ARTS-055C-01 Graphic Design-Communication: Production Techniques (CLAS) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM MW MARQUEZ. 262 and 263. Emphasis on the design process from visualization to production techniques.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). or ESL 272 and 273.-3:20 p.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Software used includes Adobe Photoshop. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Industrial Design Family of activity courses. Metal sculpture will explore the construction process. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). interactive media.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .html Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 37B. MARCO AT101 ARTS 55C: Graphic Design-Communication: Production Techniques Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Topics will include the integration of traditional design. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 58A. practices. Student projects will explore the creative and artistic potential of introductory software and experience how each one relates to today's artistic and digital media environment. MARCO AT101 AT101 ARTS 53B: Introduction to Visual Technology II Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Emphasis on the creative process and the computer as a tool used by artists and designers today. Software used includes Adobe Photoshop. Emphasis on the design process from visualization to production.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 55A or instructor approval. Repeatability and Families page for more information. and compositional principles with contemporary digital tools. use of pneumatic and hand tools. color. Please see Course Repetition.deanza. Adobe InDesign and Adobe Flash. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). visual investigation and the sculpture making process. 10:33 AM . Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). including welding (Oxy-Acetylene.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 262 and 263. TIG and Plasma Cutter) and sheet metal forming.

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Course Description: Intermediate furniture design, with an emphasis on a broader range of skills in design, construction and craftsmanship.
00171
ARTS-058B-01
Intermediate Furniture Design (CLAS)
08:30 AM-11:20 AM
TTh
OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE
A71
Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-058B-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please
visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture

ARTS 58C: Advanced Furniture Design
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Industrial Design Family of activity courses. Please see Course
Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 58B. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200), or ESL 261, 262 and 263; MATH 210 or equivalent.
Course Description: Advanced furniture design, with an emphasis on individual projects and further development on skills in design, construction and craftsmanship.
00172
ARTS-058C-01
Advanced Furniture Design (CLAS)
08:30 AM-11:20 AM
TTh
OHTAKE, MOTOSUKE
A71
Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-058C-01: Registered students in this course must pass the shop safety test and will be required to comply with all shop safety requirements. For additional information please
visit http://www.deanza.edu/creativearts/furniture

ARTS 70: Viewing Bay Area Art Museums and Galleries
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Arts - Professional Practice Family of activity courses. Please see
Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree
applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200), or ESL 261, 262 and 263.
Course Description: Designed to develop skills in art gallery/museum viewing and critical analysis of content of exhibits, collections and/or lectures.
43528
ARTS-070.-01L
Viewing Bay Area Art Museums and Galleries (CLAS)
Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-070.-01L: Only offered in Spring Quarter.

10:30 AM-01:20 PM

F

ARGABRITE, DIANA

VPA101

ARTS 72: Internship in Art
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Arts - Professional Practice Family of activity courses. Please see
Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree
applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200), or ESL 261, 262 and 263; ARTS 1A, 4A, 8, 10A, and 71.
Course Description: Directed professional experience in art museums/galleries, art businesses, and art in schools programs in the Bay Area that emphasize the application of skills and
knowledge obtained in Gallery and Exhibition Design (ARTS 71), Beginning Drawing (ARTS 4A), Two-Dimensional Design (ARTS 8), and Three-Dimensional Design (ARTS 10A).
41149
ARTS-072.-55L
Internship in Art (CLAS)
TBA
TBA
ARGABRITE, DIANA
VPA101
41149
ARTS-072.-55L
Internship in Art (TBA)
TBA
TBA
ARGABRITE, DIANA
VPA101
Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-072.-55L: Students will be placed as volunteer Art Interns in the Euphrat Museum of Art, working a total of 3 hours per week for one credit unit. This is a required course for the
Museum Studies Certificate. The first class meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m. in the Euphrat Museum of Art, VPA101, in the Visual and Performing Arts Center on Thursday, April 7, 2016.

ARTS 86: Electronic Illustration Techniques
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree
applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: ARTS 53A.
Course Description: Introduction to industry standard software related to the creation and implementation of computer generated illustration. Emphasis is placed on verbal visual relationships
and the integration of type and image in contemporary illustration. Topics will include: illustration software options, concept and problem solving, style and personal expression, packaging
illustration, charts/diagrams/graphs, and 3D illustration dynamics. The primary software program presented is Adobe Illustrator CS. Adobe Photoshop CS will also be used.
43929
ARTS-086.-01
Electronic Illustration Techniques (CLAS)
Course Notes (Spring): ARTS-086.-01: Only offered in Spring Quarter.

12:30 PM-03:20 PM

TTh

MARQUEZ, MARCO

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ASTR 4: Solar System Astronomy
Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: Analyze the physical principles, logic, and development of solar system astronomy from ancient times through the present. Examine earth and sky relationships,
exploration of the solar system by spacecraft and earth-based methods, similarities and differences between Earth and other planets, theories of the origin of our planetary system, and
properties of other stars' planetary systems. Includes multimedia planetarium demonstrations.
00190

ASTR-004.-01

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

08:30 AM-09:20 AM

MTWThF

CICHANSKI, MAREK

PLT

00191

ASTR-004.-02

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM

MW

HARRINGTON, SHERWOOD

PLT

00192

ASTR-004.-03

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

MW

HARRINGTON, SHERWOOD

PLT

00193
00193

ASTR-004.-04
ASTR-004.-04

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)
Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

01:30 PM-03:45 PM
01:30 PM-03:45 PM

Th
T

OLEJNICZAK, PAUL
OLEJNICZAK, PAUL

FOR1
PLT

40208

ASTR-004.-05

Solar System Astronomy (CLAS)

04:00 PM-06:15 PM

TTh

OLEJNICZAK, PAUL

PLT

ASTR 10: Stellar Astronomy
Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade

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Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: An analysis of the physical principles, logic, and development of stellar astronomy from ancient times to the present, with emphasis on recent developments. The
relationship of Earth to its deep-space environment and contrast the Sun to other types of stars will be examined. The organization in space and time of the hierarchy of the cosmos from stellar
systems through the universe on its largest observable scale, and investigate the observational strategies and equipment that are used to investigate it will be synthesized.
00195

ASTR-010.-01

Stellar Astronomy (CLAS)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM

MTWThF

CICHANSKI, MAREK

PLT

00196

ASTR-010.-61

Stellar Astronomy (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

MW

PETERSON, ERIC

PLT

ASTR 15L: Astronomy Laboratory
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: ASTR 4 or ASTR 10 (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART
211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 210 or equivalent.
Course Description: Introductory astronomy lab in which students use astronomical techniques, data, and software to evaluate hypotheses about the physical universe. Areas of investigation
include our solar system and the extrasolar planets, as well as stars, galaxies, and the evolution of the universe.
42759

ASTR-015L-02

Astronomy Laboratory (LAB)

01:30 PM-04:20 PM

M

CICHANSKI, MAREK

Dates/Days

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S15

****** Automotive Technology
Important Department Information: For apprenticeships in Automotive Technology call 408-864-8840.

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AUTO 50A: Introduction to Automotive Principles
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent.
Course Description: A selective study of the automobile's engine systems. Knowledge and skills necessary for basic repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting of today's engine systems. May
be used to fulfill the prerequisite to the Automotive Technology Program.
00197

AUTO-050A-01

Introduction to Automotive Principles (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:10 PM

TTh

BRANDT, MICHAEL

E12A

00198

AUTO-050A-61

Introduction to Automotive Principles (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:40 PM

T

BRANDT, MICHAEL

E12A

AUTO 50B: Applied Automotive Principles
Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit
Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent; AUTO 50A (may be taken concurrently).
Course Description: Basic lecture-laboratory experiences in automotive repair and maintenance as related to the engine and its supporting systems.
00199

AUTO-050B-01

Applied Automotive Principles (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:10 PM

T

MCCART, MICHAEL

E12D

00200

AUTO-050B-61

Applied Automotive Principles (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:40 PM

W

O'BRIEN, FORREST

E12A

40594

AUTO-050B-62

Applied Automotive Principles (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:50 PM

Th

WISHART, WILLIAM

E12D

AUTO 51A: Introduction to Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent.
Course Description: A selective study of the automobile's chassis and drive line systems. Knowledge and skills necessary for basic repair, maintenance, and troubleshooting of today's chassis
and drive line systems. Can be used to fulfill the prerequisite to the Automotive Technology Program.
00201

AUTO-051A-01

Introduction to Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems (CLAS)

10:30 AM-12:10 PM

MW

BRANDT, MICHAEL

E12A

00202

AUTO-051A-61

Introduction to Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:40 PM

Th

BRANDT, MICHAEL

E12A

AUTO 51B: Applications of Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems
Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit
Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent; AUTO 51A (may be taken concurrently).
Course Description: Basic lecture-laboratory experiences in automotive repair and maintenance as related to: suspension, steering, braking and drive line components.
00203

AUTO-051B-01

Applications of Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:10 PM

M

BRANDT, MICHAEL

E12A

00204

AUTO-051B-61

Applications of Automotive Principles - Chassis Systems (CLAS)

06:00 PM-09:40 PM

M

WISHART, WILLIAM

E12D

AUTO 57A: Career Research and Employment in the Automotive Industry
Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Career research in the automotive industry: job search, applications and resumes, employer-employee relationships, job interviews.
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Career Research and Employment in the Automotive Industry (CLAS)

12:30 PM-02:20 PM

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CAPITOLO, DAVID

E12B

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De Anza College: Schedule of Classes

http://ecms.deanza.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.html

AUTO 60: Automotive Electrical Systems
Unit(s): 9 || Hours: Nine hours lecture (108 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent; AUTO 50A and 50B.
Course Description: Principles of electricity, electronics, cranking and charging systems. Testing, diagnosis and repair of these systems.
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AUTO-060.-61

Automotive Electrical Systems (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

TTh

MCCART, MICHAEL

G8

AUTO 60C: Automotive Ignition, Fuel and Emission Systems
Unit(s): 9 || Hours: Nine hours lecture (108 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent; AUTO 50A, 50B, 60, 60A and 60B.
Course Description: Introduction to components, subsystems, and functions of ignition, fuel delivery, carburetor and fuel injection systems (engine management). Introduction to automotive
emission controls. Basic diagnosis, service, and repair procedures. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in Areas A6, A8 and L1.
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AUTO-060C-61

Automotive Ignition, Fuel and Emission Systems (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

MW

WALTON, JOHNATHAN

E12F

AUTO 60H: Advanced Drivability and Onboard Diagnostics
Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent; AUTO 50A, 50B, 60, 60A, 60B, 60C, 60D and 60E.
Course Description: Survey of onboard diagnostic systems from 1980 to the present. Advanced electronic diagnostic procedures using an automotive scan tool. Preparation for Automotive
Service Excellence (ASE) examination in Areas A6, A8, and L1.
00209

AUTO-060H-95

Advanced Drivability and Onboard Diagnostics (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

Starts: 04/04/2016
Ends: 05/15/2016
TTh

WALTON, JOHNATHAN

E12F

Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-060H-95: meets six weeks beginning April 7

AUTO 60J: Advanced Lab Scope and Waveform Diagnosis
Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent; AUTO 50A, 50B, 60, 60C, 60D, 60E, 60F and 60G.
Course Description: Diagnosis of automotive electronic systems using a laboratory oscilloscope and a power graphing meter. Related use of other basic test equipment, including a digital
multi-meter (DMM) and scan tool. Advanced waveform analysis. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination in Areas A6, A8 and L1.
00210

AUTO-060J-95

Advanced Lab Scope and Waveform Diagnosis (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

Starts: 05/16/2016
Ends: 06/24/2016
TTh

WALTON, JOHNATHAN

E12F

Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-060J-95 Meets second six weeks beginning May 19.

AUTO 63A: Advanced Manual Drive Train
Unit(s): 9 || Hours: Nine hours lecture (108 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent; AUTO 50A and 50B.
Course Description: Details of operation and repair of automotive manual drive train components. The design operation and repair of four wheel and all wheel drive components, as well as the
theory and practical application of the diagnosis of noise and vibrations in the drive train based on frequency calculation and measurement. Service and repair procedures, product problem
discussions and demonstrations. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examination in Area A3.
00213

AUTO-063A-61

Advanced Manual Drive Train (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

MW

MAYNARD, RICHARD

E12E

AUTO 64HP: High Performance Engine Preparation
Unit(s): 9 || Hours: Nine hours lecture (108 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: AUTO 64; EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent.
Course Description: Precision and performance engine preparation. Includes selection and matching of engine and valve train components for maximum efficiency and output.
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AUTO-64HP-61

High Performance Engine Preparation (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

MW

CAPITOLO, DAVID

E12B

AUTO 66: Automotive Air Conditioning
Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent.
Course Description: Operation and service of automotive air conditioning refrigeration and electrical control systems. Includes retrofitting. Emphasis on diagnosis and repair of systems.
Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification examination in Area A7.
00214

AUTO-066.-95

Automotive Air Conditioning (CLAS)

06:00 PM-10:15 PM

Starts: 05/16/2016
Ends: 06/24/2016
MW

BRYANT, ROBERT

E12C

Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-066.-95: 6-week class, begins on the week of May 18, 2015.

AUTO 67B: Plug-In Electric Vehicle Technology
Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273; MATH 212 or equivalent; AUTO 67A.
Course Description: Understanding the functions of plug in electric vehicles and hybrid extended range electric vehicles. Operating characteristics of high voltage on board charging systems.

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) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Inspection and repair procedures for automatic transmissions. AUTO 50A and 50B. Understanding the use of electric power as applicable to extended range electric vehicle transportation. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Diesel training will give students new abilities that are required to be successful in their careers in the automotive industry. Course Description: Operation of rear axles.html charging stations. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Chevrolet. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). MATH 212 or equivalent. Career possibilities in the electric transportation industry. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Safety procedures and maintenance of plug in electric vehicles.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 15 of 163 2/5/16. or ESL 272 and 273. 00219 AUTO-094E-55 Automotive Machining and Engine Service (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:30 AM 00219 AUTO-094E-55 Automotive Machining and Engine Service (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:10 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 TWThF Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 TWThF CAPITOLO. begins on the week of April 6. and existing options such as off peak charging. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). DAVID E12B CAPITOLO. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 00215 AUTO-093C-01 Automatic Transmissions (CLAS) 07:30 AM-12:10 PM MT MAYNARD. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . DAVID E12B Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-094E-55: 6-week class. or ESL 272 and 273. 00216 AUTO-093D-55 Automatic Transaxles (CLAS) 07:30 AM-01:20 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 F MAYNARD. 2015. Researching service and installation procedures and parts and labor estimating. or ESL 272 and 273. begins on the week of May 18. 2015. MATH 212 or equivalent. clutch and band operation. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 43465 AUTO-067J-95 Introduction to Automotive and Light Truck Diesel Systems (CLAS) 06:00 PM-10:15 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 MW MCCART. 2015. Jeep and Mazda are all adding diesel powered vehicles into their new car line-up. hydraulic control. RICHARD E12C Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-093E-55:6-week class. Course Description: Complete automotive machine shop practice including engine repair. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . RICHARD E12C AUTO 93D: Automatic Transaxles Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Course Description: A detailed study of automatic transaxles.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract. Advantages of an electric drive train. Course Description: Diagnostic techniques for problem solving in the automotive and light duty truck powertrain. AUTO 93E: Diagnostic Techniques Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). inspection and repair procedures for these powertrain components. photo voltaic systems. service requirements and repair procedures will be covered. 2015. and electrical grid charging. clutches. Electric vehicle history and current status of plug in electric vehicle technologies.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 10:33 AM . MATH 212 or equivalent. begins on the week of April 6. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . California state law required light duty diesel powered vehicles to be included in the smog check program. MATH 212 or equivalent.deanza. or ESL 272 and 273. transfer cases. RICHARD E12C Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-094D-55: 6-week class. Electric vehicle theory of operation. Providing our students with the necessary skills to maintain and repair light duty diesel vehicles. MATH 212 or equivalent. Course Description: Operation of automatic transmissions including torque converters.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: AUTO 94C. 00217 AUTO-093E-55 Diagnostic Techniques (CLAS) 07:30 AM-11:20 AM Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 F MAYNARD. AUTO 93F: Automotive Transmission Service Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly AUTO 64G.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract. automatic and standard transmissions and transaxles. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract. testing and installation. 00218 AUTO-093F-01 Automotive Transmission Service (CLAS) 07:30 AM-12:10 PM WTh MAYNARD. utility company systems. AUTO 93C: Automatic Transmissions Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). Economics of electric transportation. Diesel’s higher efficiency is moving these vehicles’ highway mileage to over 40 miles per gallon. MATH 212 or equivalent. This course will consist of lectures and laboratory demonstrations. begins on the week of April 6.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Approved Automotive Technology Course Sequence Contract. assembly. MICHAEL G8 Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-067J-95: 6-week class. planetary gear train. AUTO 94F: Automotive Machining and Engine Service Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: As of January 2010. RICHARD E12C AUTO 94E: Automotive Machining and Engine Service Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). JOHNATHAN E12F AUTO 67J: Introduction to Automotive and Light Truck Diesel Systems Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). Operation of on board smart charging systems. 42986 AUTO-067B-61 Plug-In Electric Vehicle Technology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:35 PM TTh WALTON. Power flow. Utilization of applicable diagnostic and service equipment. Diagnostic.

edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. S34 SC2118 BIOL 6C: Ecology and Evolution Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Four hours lecture. MATH 212 or equivalent. six hours laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). Research and prepare equipment operation and maintenance instructions.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: AUTO 99C. LAWRENCE Time Dates/Days Instructor E12F Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-099F-55: 6-week class. begins on the week of May 18.deanza. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. DAVID E12B CAPITOLO. AUTO 99F: Intermediate Engine Performance Diagnostic Procedures Unit(s): 6 1/4 || Hours: Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory (150 hours total per quarter). bioenergetics. begins on the week of May 18. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). S34 SC2108 00224 BIOL-006A-02 Form and Function in the Biological World (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh HEYER. 2015. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Diagnosing and troubleshooting the systems controlling automotive performance and drive-ability. biological molecules. Course Description: Principles of ecology and evolution. MATH 212 or equivalent.) Prerequisite: BIOL 6A (or BIOL 6AH) and BIOL 6B. 00222 AUTO-099F-55 Intermediate Engine Performance Diagnostic Procedures (CLAS) 07:30 AM-12:20 PM Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 MTWThF VERNAZZA. MATH 114 or equivalent. SIMON Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-006B-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. six hours laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). troubleshooting and repairing the systems designed for the control of engine temperature. 00223 BIOL-006A-01 Form and Function in the Biological World (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh HEYER. The laboratory includes extensive hands-on experimentation in molecular biology. SIMON Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-006B-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. Course Description: Practice and skill development with emphasis on precision and productivity in rebuilding. BRUCE Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-006A-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. 00225 BIOL-006B-01 Cell and Molecular Biology (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW KANG'A. or satisfactory score on the Chemistry Placement Exam.) (Not open to students with credit in BIOL 6CH. Includes ecology of populations. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. SIMON 00226 BIOL-006B-02 Cell and Molecular Biology (LAB) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM TTh KANG'A.html Requisites: Prerequisite: AUTO 94C. S34 SC2118 00226 BIOL-006B-02 Cell and Molecular Biology (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW KANG'A. DAVID E12B Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-094F-55: 6-week. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. AUTO 99E: Basic Engine Performance Diagnostic Procedures Unit(s): 6 1/4 || Hours: Twelve and one-half hours lecture-laboratory (150 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Study of the structure and physiological processes of living organisms. SIMON 00225 BIOL-006B-01 Cell and Molecular Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh KANG'A. BRUCE 00223 BIOL-006A-01 Form and Function in the Biological World (LAB) 01:00 PM-03:50 PM MW HEYER. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: AUTO 99C. or ESL 272 and 273. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Emphasis on reference material dealing with repair procedures. BRUCE Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-006A-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. 10:33 AM . servicing and installing engines. communities. Course Description: Introduction to biology and scientific methods for students beginning the biology major series. and the origin of species 16 of 163 2/5/16. Course Description: Automotive technician training program to include each system which aids in increasing fuel economy and in the reduction of emissions and pollutants from the automobile. Intermediate level for usage of computer scanners and oscilloscopes. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. LAWRENCE E12F Course Notes (Spring): AUTO-099E-55: 6-week class. S34 SC2108 BIOL 6B: Cell and Molecular Biology Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Four hours lecture. with a grade of C or better. and efficient tune-up procedures. ****** Biology CRN Course Title Location BIOL 6A: Form and Function in the Biological World Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Four hours lecture. 00220 AUTO-094F-55 Automotive Machining and Engine Service (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:20 AM 00220 AUTO-094F-55 Automotive Machining and Engine Service (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:10 PM Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 TWThF Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 TWThF CAPITOLO. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 2015.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 00221 AUTO-099E-55 Basic Engine Performance Diagnostic Procedures (CLAS) 07:30 AM-12:20 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 MTWThF VERNAZZA. begins on the week of April 6. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. ecosystems and biomes as well as evolution of populations. Diagnosing. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) (Not open to students with credit in BIOL 6AH. and cell proliferation. MATH 212 or equivalent. MATH 114 or equivalent. Course Description: Introduction to cellular structure and function. six hours laboratory (120 hours total per quarter).) Prerequisite: CHEM 1A or 25 with a grade of C or better. or ESL 272 and 273.) Prerequisite: BIOL 6A or BIOL 6AH. BRUCE 00224 BIOL-006A-02 Form and Function in the Biological World (LAB) 01:00 PM-03:50 PM MW HEYER. Course Description: Performance tuning of automotive gasoline engines. 2015. with an emphasis on plants and animals. specifications. molecular genetics.

the Web and an individual email address.-08 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM TTh Th PAL. 00243 00243 BIOL-011. SC1102 SC2108 00229 BIOL-006C-02 Ecology and Evolution (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh MCPARTLAN. SUSMITA S32 S51 43392 43392 BIOL-010. 6CH. M SC1102 SC2116 17 of 163 2/5/16. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information.-01 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 09:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh T CUFF-ALVARADO.-65Z Introductory Biology (CLAS) TBA TBA PANE.) (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-01 BIOL-011. ecological crises and human impacts. ROBERT Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-006C-03: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll.deanza.-09 BIOL-010. SUSMITA SENGUPTA. 6C. ELIZABETH 00229 BIOL-006C-02 Ecology and Evolution (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh MCPARTLAN.-10 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM MW W SUNDARAM. The laboratory portion of the course includes a research project designed. Course Description: A general introduction to biology and its principles. S34 SC2108 BIOL 10: Introductory Biology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. Monday 10:30-1:20 room S52. JASON BRAM. evolutionary concepts. JASON MLC103 S51 42474 42474 BIOL-010. GAYATRI PAL. The course will cover the unifying principles of biology.-03 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM TTh T BRAM.edu/distance/ BIOL 11: Human Biology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture.-02 BIOL-011.-05 Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM MW M STAFF.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. biotechnology. JUDY CUFF-ALVARADO. JASON BRAM.-09 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM MW M SUNDARAM. genetic modification. 00227 BIOL-006C-01 Ecology and Evolution (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh MCPARTLAN. GAYATRI PAL. GAYATRI PAL. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. SUSMITA SENGUPTA. ERIC ONLINE 40190 * BIOL-010. ERIC S51 Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-010. emphasizing the biology of humans.-02 Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 12:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh Th MOUSAVI SHAFAEI. Videos streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required. 10:33 AM . the Web and an individual email address. VIDYODHAYA STAFF.html and higher taxa. For more information go to http://www. 6B.-65Z: Online course with video component and required on-campus lab and exams. 10H or equivalent. JUDY S34 S52 42473 42473 BIOL-010.-07 BIOL-010. ROBERT 42196 BIOL-006C-03 Ecology and Evolution (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM MW JOHNSON. For more information go to http://www.-02 BIOL-010.-03 Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM MW M PAL.-04 Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM MW W PAL. GAYATRI MLC103 SC2116 43395 43395 BIOL-011. JUDY CUFF-ALVARADO. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Not open to students who have completed BIOL 6A.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.) Students must have access to a computer. M STAFF.deanza. GAYATRI PAL.-01 Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 12:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh T MOUSAVI SHAFAEI.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. PARISA SC1102 SC2116 00244 00244 BIOL-011. ERIC S51 Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-010.-06 BIOL-010. ethnic and gender groups.-03 BIOL-011.-07 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM TTh T PAL. 6AH. ERIC ONLINE 40191 * BIOL-010.-64Z: Online course with video component and required on-campus lab and exams. ecology.-64Z Introductory Biology (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM M PANE. PARISA MOUSAVI SHAFAEI. VIDYODHAYA SUNDARAM. M MLC103 S52 44122 44122 BIOL-010. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information.-10 BIOL-010. 6B. researched and presented by students.-05 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM MW M SENGUPTA. 00233 00233 BIOL-010. Videos streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Not open to students who have completed BIOL 6A.-06 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-04:20 PM MW W SENGUPTA.-05 BIOL-011. ELIZABETH 00227 BIOL-006C-01 Ecology and Evolution (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM MW MCPARTLAN. GAYATRI MLC103 SC2116 40193 40193 BIOL-011. VIDYODHAYA MLC103 S52 40190 * BIOL-010.-03 BIOL-010. JUDY S34 S52 00235 00235 BIOL-010. as well as on contemporary health issues and their impacts on cultural. ELIZABETH Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-006C-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll.edu/distance/ 40191 * BIOL-010.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. GAYATRI MLC103 S52 43393 43393 BIOL-010.) Students must have access to a computer.-65Z Introductory Biology (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM W PANE. PARISA SC1102 SC2116 40192 40192 BIOL-011.-04 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM TTh Th BRAM. SC1102 SC2108 42196 BIOL-006C-03 Ecology and Evolution (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM MW JOHNSON.-08 BIOL-010. Course Description: An introduction to biology as a branch of the biological sciences and to its basic unifying principles. with emphasis on the basic anatomy and physiology of the human body. 6CH or equivalent.-02 Introductory Biology (CLAS) Introductory Biology (LAB) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 09:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh Th CUFF-ALVARADO.) (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. PARISA MOUSAVI SHAFAEI. ELIZABETH Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-006C-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. JASON MLC103 S51 43391 43391 BIOL-010.-04 BIOL-010. SUSMITA S32 S51 41763 41763 BIOL-010.-01 BIOL-010.-05 BIOL-010. Wednesday 10:30-1:20 in room S52. with selected application to the scientific method. 6C.deanza.-64Z Introductory Biology (CLAS) TBA TBA PANE. 6AH. GAYATRI MLC103 S52 44121 44121 BIOL-010. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).-04 BIOL-011.

The importance of microorganisms to humankind. M MLC103 SC2116 BIOL 13: Marine Biology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information.-61 Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 05:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh T STAFF.-06 Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM MW W STAFF. M 43685 BIOL-040A-03 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM M STAFF. and the scientific method are addressed throughout the course.-61 Introductory Microbiology (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM TTh STAFF. hydrothermal vents. 40B and 40C) or (BIOL 6A or 6AH. the disease process and immunity. M MLC103 SC2116 44194 44194 BIOL-011. M SC1102 SC2116 44123 44123 BIOL-011. M Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040A-03: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. JASON S34 S52 BIOL 26: Introductory Microbiology Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Four hours lecture. skeletal and muscular systems with emphasis on homeostatic mechanisms. cell and molecular theory.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. DORIS SC1102 SC2118 40197 BIOL-026. deep sea.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. all with a grade of C or better. and respiratory systems. intertidal. circulatory. Morphology. Basic principles of human anatomy and physiology as exemplified in the study of cell chemistry. chemical and physical means of control. M 44226 BIOL-026. SC1102 SC2106 43685 BIOL-040A-03 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW STAFF. S34 SC2106 00251 BIOL-040B-62 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM TTh ANGELES. 25 or 30A with a grade of C or better.deanza. SC1102 SC2106 BIOL 40B: Human Anatomy and Physiology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).-02 Marine Biology (CLAS) Marine Biology (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM MW W BRAM. M Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040A-04: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. JASON S34 S52 42472 42472 BIOL-013. MIGUEL Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040B-61: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. Course Description: A general survey of the ecosystems and diversity of life in the marine environment.) Prerequisite: (BIOL 40A. JASON BRAM.-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. or CHEM 1A. A comparative approach is used to study the physiological and anatomical adaptations of the different marine organisms to their environment. Compares the ecology of the major marine ecosystems including: the epipelagic. estuaries. histology and the integumentary. See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. Course Description: Study of the nervous. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).-61 Introductory Microbiology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM TTh STAFF. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . LAKSHMIKANTA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040A-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll.-02 Introductory Microbiology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW 40197 BIOL-026.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: BIOL 40A with a grade of C or better. metabolism.html 43396 43396 BIOL-011. cell biology. ANN SPANGGORD. Course Description: An introduction to the disciplines of anatomy and physiology. or equivalent.-01 BIOL-013. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-01 Marine Biology (CLAS) Marine Biology (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM MW M BRAM. 42471 42471 BIOL-013. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. M STAFF. growth and genetics of bacteria and other microorganisms. Major aspects of evolutionary. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-02 Introductory Microbiology (LAB) 03:30 PM-06:20 PM MW Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-026. 10:33 AM . six hours laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). 00246 BIOL-026. techniques and methods of microbiology. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. JASON BRAM. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information.-02 BIOL-013. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . M STAFF. Course Description: Introduction to the sciences and the scientific method as exemplified by the study of microbiology. M Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-026.-62: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll.-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. S34 SC2106 18 of 163 2/5/16. 00248 BIOL-040A-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh SENGUPTA. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. SC1102 SC2118 BIOL 40A: Human Anatomy and Physiology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. LAKSHMIKANTA 00249 BIOL-040A-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 03:30 PM-06:20 PM Th STAFF. LAKSHMIKANTA 00248 BIOL-040A-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 03:30 PM-06:20 PM T SENGUPTA. ANN SPANGGORD.-01 Introductory Microbiology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW 00246 BIOL-026. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. coral reefs and polar regions.-62 Human Biology (CLAS) Human Biology (LAB) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 05:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh Th STAFF. M STAFF. SC1102 SC2106 43686 BIOL-040A-04 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW STAFF.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. DANIEL. 6B and 6C or 6CH). 00250 BIOL-040B-61 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM TTh ANGELES. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. chemical and physical oceanography as the basis to understand the environment where marine organisms exist is included. M Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040A-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. MIGUEL 00251 BIOL-040B-62 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Th STAFF. DORIS SC1102 SC2118 44226 BIOL-026. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). M 43686 BIOL-040A-04 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM W STAFF. SC1102 SC2106 00249 BIOL-040A-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh SENGUPTA. M Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040B-62: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. MIGUEL 00250 BIOL-040B-61 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T ANGELES.-61 BIOL-011. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the BIOL 40A Placement Test.-06 BIOL-011.-62 BIOL-011.-01 Introductory Microbiology (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM MW Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-026. An introduction to the sciences of geological. DANIEL.

MLC103 SC2106 00254 BIOL-040C-03 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW BALABANIAN. all with a grade of C or better. speech.edu/distance/ 19 of 163 * BIOL-054H-64Z Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Support. ROBERT Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040C-02: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. or equivalent.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . BIOL 54G: Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Levels of Organization Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. education. MLC103 SC2106 41772 BIOL-040C-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh KALPIN. video checkout. 40B and 40C) or (BIOL 6A or 6AH.deanza. urinary and reproductive systems. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . the cell and its metabolism. MLC103 SC2106 00255 BIOL-040C-04 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW BALABANIAN. home economics. 2014.) Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). Available on local cable TV. Information on orientation available http://deanza. or ESL 261. lymphatic system. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirements this course meets. 6B and 6C or 6CH). JUDY ONLINE Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA 44120 * BIOL-054H-64Z Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Support. Movement. NORA 00254 BIOL-040C-03 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM M BALABANIAN. home economics. JUDY SC3101 Ends: 05/15/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-054G-64Z: This 6-week class begins April 4. 40B or 40C. one and one-half hours laboratory (30 hours total per quarter). education. and TBA Starts: 05/16/2016 CUFF-ALVARADO. and the effects of nutritional deficiencies and excesses. Movement. ROBERT 41772 BIOL-040C-02 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM Th KALPIN.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Not open to students with credit in BIOL 6A. or equivalent. NORA 00255 BIOL-040C-04 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM W BALABANIAN. Course Description: Survey of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on homeostatic limits of the human body. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Not open to students with credit in BIOL 6A. NORA 43660 BIOL-040C-05 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 03:30 PM-06:20 PM M BALABANIAN. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. or BIOL 40A. 41771 BIOL-040C-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh KALPIN. Course Description: The chemical classification of nutrients.) Attendance at weekly labs on-campus is also required. Course Description: Study of the endocrine system. tissues.-64Z Introduction to Human Nutrition (CLAS) TBA TBA MILLER. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. 6AH. (Especially designed for students planning careers in medical assisting.html BIOL 40C: Human Anatomy and Physiology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. Broadcast begins first week of quarter.) Attendance at weekly labs on-campus is also required. physical education and/or recreation. 262 and 263. NORA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040C-05: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. metabolism. or BIOL 40A. 2014. Access to e-mail and the Internet required.edu/distance/ BIOL 54H: Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Support.) 44120 Starts: 05/16/2016 CUFF-ALVARADO. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. one and one-half hours laboratory (30 hours total per quarter).) Prerequisite: BIOL 40A and 40B. Licensed Vocational Nursing. 00256 BIOL-045. (Especially designed for students planning careers in medical assisting. JUDY SC3101 Integration (LAB) Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-054H-64Z: This 6-week class begins May 16. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. Movement. ROBERT Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040C-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . speech. Video delivered six-week course with online component.deanza. 6C or 6CH. 6B. chemical basis of life. 6AH. their functions within the human body. psychology. See Department: Biology for pre-requisite information. Available on local cable TV. video checkout. Video delivered six-week course with online component. or video streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required. and the skin. NORA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040C-04: Students without pre-requisites will not be allowed to enroll. ROBERT 41771 BIOL-040C-01 Human Anatomy and Physiology (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:20 PM T KALPIN. 262 and 263. The relationship of dietary intakes to health and disease. digestive system. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Course Description: Survey of human anatomy and physiology with emphasis on homeostatic limits of the human body. or ESL 261. Licensed Vocational Nursing. MLC103 SC2106 BIOL 45: Introduction to Human Nutrition Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). See Department: Biology above for pre-requisite information. 6B. MLC103 SC2106 43660 BIOL-040C-05 Human Anatomy and Physiology (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW BALABANIAN.) 44119 * BIOL-054G-64Z Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Levels of Organization (CLAS) TBA Starts: 04/04/2016 CUFF-ALVARADO.-01: Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. and Integration (CLAS) TBA 2/5/16. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. Broadcast begins first week of quarter. Topics to be discussed include basic introduction and body organization. or equivalent. MILLER.-01 Introduction to Human Nutrition (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-045. ANNE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-045. 6C or 6CH. and Integration Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture.-64Z: Online Course with four required on campus exams. with a grade of C or better. NORA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-040C-03: Students without pre-requisites will not be allowed to enroll. muscular and nervous systems including somatic and special senses. 10:33 AM . three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).edu/distance/ Students without prerequisites will not be allowed to enroll. physical education and/or recreation. ANNE KC112 43650 * BIOL-045. or video streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required.) Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). embryological development and classical Mendelian and modern biochemical genetics including genetic engineering. psychology. Topics to be discussed include the skeletal.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: (BIOL 40A.deanza.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. JUDY ONLINE Ends: 05/15/2016 TBA 44119 * BIOL-054G-64Z Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology: Levels of Organization (LAB) TBA Starts: 04/04/2016 CUFF-ALVARADO. 40B or 40C.

BIOL 86X: Special Projects in Experimental Biology Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). 00260 BIOL-077X-65R Special Projects in Biology (TBA) TBA TBA SPANGGORD.-65R Special Projects in Biology Education (TBA) TBA TBA SPANGGORD. accounting. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Outside reading and written report required.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. DORIS TBA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-087. DORIS TBA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-086X-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. Transfer of Biol 77. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Individual research in the biological sciences. 41345 BIOL-077. Outside reading and written report required. Course Description: Individual research in the biological sciences.-01 Introduction to Business (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh SHAN. BIOL 77Y: Special Projects in Biology Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). 43075 BIOL-087Y-65R Special Projects in Biology Education (TBA) TBA TBA SPANGGORD. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Individual research in experimental methods and the biological sciences. and an introduction to the key functional areas within the firm. technology and society).e. DORIS TBA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-077X-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. ****** Business CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location BUS 10: Introduction to Business Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).deanza. 77X and 77Y units is determined by the receiving school. 77X and 77Y units is determined by the receiving school.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. globalization. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. Course Description: Individual research in the biological sciences. Transfer of Biol 87. finance. 86X and 86Y units is determined by the receiving school. Outside reading and written report required. BIOL 87Y: Special Projects in Biology Education Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). Course Description: An overview of the forces within the business environment (i. management and human resources. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . DORIS TBA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-077Y-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. DORIS TBA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-087Y-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. BIOL 87: Special Projects in Biology Education Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. government. 00261 BIOL-077Y-65R Special Projects in Biology (TBA) TBA TBA SPANGGORD. Course Description: Individual development in methods of science education and instructional materials applied the biological sciences. economics.html BIOL 77: Special Projects in Biology Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Transfer of Biol 86.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. 77X and 77Y units is determined by the receiving school.-65R Special Projects in Biology (TBA) TBA TBA SPANGGORD. WENLEI ADM102 2/5/16. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. Transfer of Biol 77. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. such as marketing. operations. Transfer of Biol 77.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . 43071 BIOL-086X-65R Special Projects in Experimental Biology (TBA) TBA TBA SPANGGORD. Transfer of Biol 87. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Individual development in methods of science education and instructional materials applied the biological sciences. 43073 BIOL-087.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor.-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. DORIS TBA Course Notes (Spring): BIOL-077. 00262 20 of 163 BUS -010. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. 87X and 87Y units is determined by the receiving school. 87X and 87Y units is determined by the receiving school. 10:33 AM . BIOL 77X: Special Projects in Biology Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).

RONALD FOR3 MCC-17 FOR3 00281 * BUS -018.05Y: Hybrid.m.2:20 p.W 11:00am-12:50pm.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 00282 * BUS -021. 42275 * BUS -010.html Introduction to Business (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW LILLY. EMILY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -010. Instructor is available online every Thursday 10:30-11:20 p.-61 Introduction to Business (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW GROVE.-07 Introduction to Business (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:45 PM TTh NIEDERMIER. MICHELE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -010. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. WALTER MCC-17 00275 * BUS -018. and will guide students to explore the lessons these cases hold for current and future business managers.-02 http://ecms. 00266 BUS -010. Class meets physically Tues/Thurs from 9:30-11:20am.-06 Introduction to Business (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW CAPPELLO. SANDRA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -018.11:20 p. 10:33 AM . the Web and an individual email address.-04Y Introduction to Business (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW GARBE. WALTER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -018.m.-05Y Introduction to Business (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh GARBE.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. EMMANUELE 00268 BUS -010.edu /distance/ 42045 * BUS -018. the Web and an individual email address.-02Y Business Law I (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh SPENCER. GUILLERMO ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -010.-64Z Introduction to Business (TBA) TBA TBA CAPPELLO. Instructor is available online every Wednesday 10:30 a. 00267 * BUS -010. Students must have access to a computer. sales and agency laws.edu/distance/ ONLINE 42706 * BUS -018.-03Y: Hybrid. Available on local cable TV. video checkout.-65Z Business Law I (TBA) TBA TBA SALAH. MICHELE ADM102 00264 * BUS -010. 00275 * BUS -018. Access to the Internet required.edu/distance/ ONLINE BUS 21: Business and Society Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Some online instruction.01Y: Hybrid. Instructor will be available online on Fridays from 8:30 am-9:30 am.m.-02Y: Hybrid.-01Y Business Law I (TBA) TBA TBA SPENCER.deanza. 00276 BUS -018.-64Z: Online Course. 00279 * BUS -018.deanza. SANDRA FOR3 00273 * BUS -018. GARY 00271 BUS -010. or streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.04Y: Hybrid.-03Y Business Law I (TBA) TBA TBA GOUGH.-66Z Business Law I (CLAS) TBA TBA YURTSEVEN. government and society.deanza.-01Y Business Law I (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW SPENCER.m. 00273 * BUS -018. The course will examine many individual cases of conflict between business and society. an individual email address and a high-speed internet connection for viewing videostreams is required. EMILY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -010. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.) Students must have access to a computer. LALE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -018. EMILY ADM102 42275 * BUS -010. Instructor is available on line every F 11am-12pm. Class meets physically Monday/Wednesday from 11:30am-1:20p.-02Y Business Law I (TBA) TBA TBA SPENCER.edu /distance/ BUS 18: Business Law I Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). WALTER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -018.-05Y Introduction to Business (TBA) TBA TBA GARBE. Access to a computer. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 00263 BUS -010.-64Z: Video delivered course with online component and required on-campus final exam. BYRON Course Notes (Spring): BUS -021. Class meets physically M. Students must have access to a computer. Students must have access to a computer. Some online instruction.edu/distance/ 21 of 163 ONLINE 2/5/16.-65Z Introduction to Business (TBA) TBA TBA HERNANDEZ. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online.2:20 p. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. Course Description: The American legal system and laws applicable to business emphasizing contract. Course Description: An introduction to the study of the interactions and inter-dependencies between business.m.m.Th 12:30 p.-64Z Business Law I (TBA) TBA TBA GOUGH.-03Y Introduction to Business (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh FRITZ.-65Z: Online Course.-04Y Introduction to Business (TBA) TBA TBA GARBE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. both current and historical. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online.deanza. Some online instruction.-04 Business Law I (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh LILLY. DANNY Course Notes (Spring): BUS -018. M 42707 BUS -018. Class meets physically T. and an individual e-mail address. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online. Access to the Internet required..-66Z: Online course. Class meets physically M.-03Y: Hybrid. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online.-03Y Introduction to Business (TBA) TBA TBA FRITZ.edu/distance/ ADM102 FOR3 ADM102 ONLINE 00270 * BUS -010. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. Approximately 20% of the class will be taught online.-05 Business Law I (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:45 PM TTh STAFF. BUS 10. Some online instruction. RICHARD 00272 * BUS -010..m. and ethical considerations in the business environment.m.deanza.-64Z: Online course. the impact of the legal system on business. EMILY ADM102 00267 * BUS -010.-65Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer. the Web and an individual email address.-03Y Business Law I (CLAS) 11:00 AM-12:50 PM MW GOUGH. SANDRA FOR3 00279 * BUS -018.-64Z Business and Society (TBA) TBA TBA LILLY. Class meets physically Tuesday/Thursday from 11:30-1:20 p. SANDRA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -018. BYRON 43008 BUS -018. EMMANUELE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -010.W 12:30 p. Access to the Internet required. Access to the Internet required. Instructor will be available online Fridays from 10:30-11:30.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.-06 Business Law I (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:45 PM MW GOULARTE.m. Access to the Internet required.deanza. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Instructor will be available online Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30-11am. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . the Web and an individual email address. BYRON FOR3 00264 * BUS -010. Access to the Internet required. Some online instruction. Some online instruction. .

EMMANUELE ADM102 BUS 57: Human Resource Management Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). MATH 210 or equivalent. the Web and an individual email address. 42732 * BUS -058. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. 00286 BUS -056. and event marketing using social and mobile media tactics.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.edu/distance/ ONLINE BUS 55: Introduction to Entrepreneurship Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Access to a computer. 43637 * BUS -054. selection. Course Description: International Business and its functions in a diverse global economy.edu/distance/ BUS 59: Promoting Your Business with Social Media Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). SANDRA Course Notes (Spring): BUS -054. Course Description: Human relations behavior in organizations emphasizing personal and interpersonal relationships. EMILY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -059. Students must have access to a computer. distance. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 40587 BUS -057.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.-64Z Online Course. Course Description: Effectively organize the resources required to establish a new business and obtain financing by writing an analysis of the prospective business enterprise. Emphasis on relationship-building. Course Description: Introductory course designed to teach fundamental components of the Human Resource function. Course Description: A practical study of the operations and essential skills required in small and start-up businesses. organizational diversity and societal objectives. managing and financing an independent business. NICK FOR3 BUS 58: The Business Plan Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). and to introduce and understand its use as a tool to aid in the business and personal finance decision making processes.-64Z Business Mathematics (CLAS) TBA TBA SPENCER. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-61 Human Resource Management (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM TTh VOYVODICH. public relations. diversity.-64Z: Online Course. 00284 * BUS -055. benefits) provides to employees and the organization to meet individual. Students must have access to a computer.deanza. Focus on understanding and applying various roles of Human Resources (recruitment. 00288 * BUS -060. the Web and an individual email address. and ethical behavior for promoting effectiveness on the job. Emphasis on the opportunities and problems faced by entrepreneurs in obtaining. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. the Web. BUS 55.deanza.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-64Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer. This course will prepare students for developing business plans.edu/distance/ BUS 60: International Business Management Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).edu/distance// ONLINE BUS 56: Human Relations in the Workplace Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). legal issues.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 22 of 163 2/5/16. assessment and development. or ESL 272 and 273. A promotion plan for the students' (existing or planned) businesses will be developed. Course Description: Affordable methods of social media promotion for businesses. 44128 * BUS -059.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-64Z Promoting Your Business with Social Media (CLAS) TBA TBA GARBE. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . compensation. emotional and physical wellness.deanza.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. EMMANUELE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -055. or ESL 272 and 273. national differences in government regulation.-64Z Introduction to Entrepreneurship (TBA) TBA TBA CAPPELLO. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. or ESL 272 and 273.-64Z: Online Course. culture and business systems. the Web. communication skills.-01 Human Relations in the Workplace (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh CAPPELLO.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 10:33 AM .html BUS 54: Business Mathematics Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/distance/ ONLINE BUS 65: Leadership Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). an individual e-mail address and a high-speed internet connection is required. ODURO ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -058. Access to a computer.deanza.-64Z: Online Course. leadership skills. Understanding cross-border trade and investment. LALE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -060.-64Z International Business Management (TBA) TBA TBA YURTSEVEN. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Provides students with a rapid review of basic mathematical operations and concepts in order to improve speed and accuracy.deanza. the Web and an individual email address. or ESL 272 and 273.-64Z The Business Plan (TBA) TBA TBA TAKYI. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . an individual e-mail address and a high-speed internet connection is required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . time zone and language issues. Examination of motivation.

De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. the Web and an individual e-mail address. ODURO ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -085. Students must have access to a computer. NICK FOR3 BUS 70: Principles of E-Business Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).deanza. Planning for major life events such as paying for college. Students must have access to a computer. 44129 * BUS -089.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-64Z Introduction to Personal Finance (CLAS) TBA TBA GARBE. creative strategy (developing messages through art and copy) and media strategy (deciding where and when to place the messages). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. 42708 * BUS -091.edu/distance/ BUS 96: Principles of Management Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. and social aspects of advertising. Students must have access to a computer.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Online Course. DIONNE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -089.edu/distance// BUS 85: Business Communication Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). DIONNE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -090. or ESL 272 and 273. development of advertising budgets. or ESL 272 and 273. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www. auctions. 41255 * BUS -085. || Formerly: (Formerly BUS 96A. Adapt leadership techniques to build successful relationships in a culturally diverse world. historic. Students are expected to complete computer assignments.-64Z Principles of Marketing (CLAS) TBA TBA MORGAN.-64Z: Online Course. 10:33 AM . 43526 BUS -065. 00295 BUS -090. role of advertising agency. Course Description: Introduction to a range of personal financial planning fundamentals including spending habits.edu/distance/ ONLINE ****** Child Development CRN 23 of 163 Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location 2/5/16. 00292 * BUS -070. investing. the external environments and their impact on management.-64Z Advertising (CLAS) TBA TBA MORGAN. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Roles. and responsibilities of management.-64Z: Online Course. the internet and an individual e-mail address.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-64Z: Online Course. technology. the Web and an individual email address. 42043 * BUS -096. economic. taxes. Course Description: Fundamentals of marketing: product planning and development.-64Z:This is a late start 8-week course that begins April 29. analysis and creation of successful advertising campaigns. public relations functions of business correspondence.deanza. Insights into e-business models.-64Z: Online Course.-64Z Principles of Management (TBA) TBA TBA FRITZ. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. and marketing. Course Description: Theory and practice of effectively conducting and managing business over the Internet. functions. the Web and an individual email address.edu/distance/ ADM102 ONLINE BUS 91: Introduction to Personal Finance Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer.-64Z: Online Course. pricing strategies. Students must have access to a computer. and marketing channels. or ESL 272 and 273.edu /distance/ BUS 90: Principles of Marketing Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).deanza. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). and retiring comfortably.deanza. MICHELE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -096.edu/distance/ BUS 89: Advertising Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). GUILLERMO ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -070. saving. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . why organizations use advertising. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).deanza.-61 Leadership (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:45 PM MW VOYVODICH. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . EMILY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): BUS -091. BRIAN 44130 * BUS -090. Course Description: Develop effectiveness in leadership situations and understand the complex challenges of leadership. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.-64Z Business Communication (TBA) TBA TBA TAKYI. buying a home. Students must have access to a computer.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).deanza.-64Z Principles of E-Business (TBA) TBA TBA HERNANDEZ. Course Description: Advertising as human communication. or ESL 272 and 273. strategy.-01 Principles of Marketing (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW BENNETT. and insurance. 2013. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www. or ESL 272 and 273. Information on orientation available at http://www. Course Description: Application of writing skills to business communications. the Web and an individual e-mail address. the Web and an individual e-mail address.html Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .

ZANA 00302 C D -010G-04 Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW SUN. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. There will be an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. NELLIE CD2-28 24 of 163 G10 2/5/16. CEC/DEC Standard 9 Professional and Ethical Practice and Standard 10 Collaboration. 2 and 3. showing the importance of respectful. www. emphasizing the key role of relationships.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 10:33 AM . Students may enroll in either department. Students may enroll in either department. Standard 2 Building Family and Community Relationship and Standard 5: Becoming a Professional. Standard IX Reflective Practice. evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages.) 00311 C D -050.-61S Child. Standard 5 Becoming a Professional 5a-5e. ZANA 43904 C D -050. from conception through middle childhood. JILA CD2-28 Course Notes (Spring): CD-012. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1 and 3. Family and Community Interrelationships (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W MALEKSALEHI. or ESL 272 and 273. www.deanza. creative and intellectual development for all young children. and CEC Standards 1. and professional identity. Course Description: An introduction to the study of the developing person in a societal context including the interrelationship of family. constructive adult-child interactions.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. from school age through adolescence. and teaching strategies. Includes a review of the historical roots of early childhood programs and the evolution of the professional practices promoting advocacy. ANA ONLINE C D 12: Child.-02S Child. NBPTS Standards 1 and 4.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Emphasis on historical and socio-cultural factors. LI CD1-10 40523 * C D -010G-64Z Child Development (The Early Years) (TBA) TBA TBA LEAL.deanza. ANGELA CD1-10 00305 C D -010H-02 Child Growth and Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh BUCHANAN. but not both.-61 Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children (CLAS) 01:30 PM-05:20 PM Th VARGAS. Family and Community Interrelationships (CLAS) 01:30 PM-05:20 PM M SUN. Family and Community Interrelationships (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh CRUZ. 2 and 3.edu/communityengagement/ 00310 ^ C D -012. Family and Community Interrelationships Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Course Description: The underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs. NBPTS Early Childhood Generalist Standard 2 Equity. psychosocial and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children.-02S: Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course.-01S Child. Course Description: An introductory course that examines the major physical. MAYRA CD2-28 Course Notes (Spring): C D -012. environments. and teaching strategies in supporting physical. 4a Connecting with children and families. (This course meets NAEYC Standard 4 Teaching and Learning.html C D 10G: Child Development (The Early Years) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). PING CD1-10 40524 * C D -010H-64Z Child Growth and Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (TBA) TBA TBA LEAL. NBPTS Standards 1 and 4. students will observe children. evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1 and 3. Course Description: An introductory course that examines the major physical. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as PSYC 10G. schools and community. MARTINA G10 00300 C D -010G-01L Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM F ZARGHAMI.) 00306 C D -010H-01 Child Growth and Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh BUCHANAN. ANGELA CD1-10 43906 C D -010H-03 Child Growth and Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 01:30 PM-05:20 PM T SUN.edu/communityengagement/ 00308 ^ C D -012. NBPTS Standard IV promoting Child Development and Learning.-01S:Community Service Learning REQUIRES students to complete 12 hours as part of this course.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . LI CD1-10 42541 C D -050. both typical and atypical. social. FATEMEH 00301 C D -010G-03 Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh WILKIE. The processes of socialization and identity development will be highlighted. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as PSYC 10H. or ESL 272 and 273. Community Partnerships and Standard 9 Reflective Practice. and CEC Standards 1.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. LI CD1-10 Course Notes (Spring): C D -012. for credit. ANA ONLINE CD1-10 G10 C D 10H: Child Growth and Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. LI CD2-28 42634 C D -010H-62 Child Growth and Development (Middle Childhood and Adolescence) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th QIAN.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. students will observe children. but not both. psychosocial and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children. (This course meets NAEYC Standards. both typical and atypical.) 41002 ^ C D -012.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). There will be an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. 4b Using developmentally effective approaches. or ESL 272 and 273. Standard 7 Family. Standard 9 Professional and ethical practice.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.edu/communityengagement/ C D 50: Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).) 00299 C D -010G-01 Child Development (The Early Years) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM MW EBESUGAWA. for credit. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility.-01 Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW WILKIE.deanza. Fairness and Diversity. Standard 5 Learning environments and social interactions.deanza.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. CEC/DEC Standard 3 Individual learning differences.61S: Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course. www. or ESL 272 and 273.-02 Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW SUN. ethics.

CC7. Course Description: The appropriate use of assessment and observational strategies to understand and document development and behavior. 12.-01 Curriculum for Early Childhood Programs (CLAS) 01:30 PM-05:20 PM Th BUCHANAN. three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter).1:20p.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. For more information contact Diane Langfelder at diandwriter@comcast. PHYLLIS CD1-10 C D 54: Curriculum for Early Childhood Programs Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). For more information contact Diane Langfelder at diandwriter@comcast. . develop professional behaviors.m. Course Description: An overview of creative activities for children from infancy through the school years. NBPTS Standards 3 and 4.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: C D 51A. 10:33 AM . sensory learning. problem solving. VI. on Monday of the quarter. Current TB test required by the third week of classes. on Monday of the quarter. There are also some off campus placements at Mentor sites with other time arrangements available. There are also some off campus placements at Mentor sites with other time arrangements available.m. Course Description: A demonstration of advanced developmentally appropriate early childhood teaching competencies under guided supervision. C D 51B: Advanced Student Teaching Practicum Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). develop professional behaviors. 2.net 650. You must attend this meeting to take the class. CA ECE/Infant Family Early Childhood Mental Health Competencies Areas B and E. 25 of 163 2/5/16. 2.m.0347. 3.deanza. 5 and 6.html C D 51A: Basic Student Teaching Practicum Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Ten hours lecture-laboratory (120 hours total per quarter). DEC Standard 8 Assessment. to 1:20p. you must attend the First Day Orientation.365.) 42549 C D -051B-01 Advanced Student Teaching Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-01:20 PM MW LANGFELDER. Assessment and Documentation. Current TB test required by the third week of classes. play-oriented approaches to teaching. This is an essential class requirement if you want to be added into the class. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1a. S13. A mandatory orientation meeting will be held from 8:30a. Special attention is given to creating a climate that supports creative exploration and the role of the teacher in promoting growth and development of creativity in each child.051B-02: "Student teaching lab hours are Monday and Wednesday OR Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30a.365. to 1:20p. art and creativity. Also.-62 Observation and Assessment of Children (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM M EBESUGAWA. C D 52: Observation and Assessment of Children Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 3.) 43905 C D -054. Also. and NBPTS Standards 1 through 9.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: C D 10G or PSYC 10G.1:20p. A mandatory orientation meeting will be held from 8:30a. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 3a-3d.0347.) 44095 C D -053. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . IV.) 42547 C D -051A-01 Basic Student Teaching Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-01:20 PM MW LANGFELDER. MARTINA G10 C D 53: Creative Art for the Young Child Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). Curricular areas included to be explored are: language and literacy. ANGELA CD1-10 42013 C D -054.m. rating systems. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .1:20p. Child centered. Course Description: A demonstration of developmentally appropriate early childhood teaching competencies under guided supervision.-61 Creative Art for the Young Child (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M DE MOTTA. CA Early Childhood Educator Competency Focus 1: Observation. EC7-S2. and build a more comprehensive understanding of children and families. portfolios. Emphasis is on design.051B-01: "Student teaching lab hours are Monday and Wednesday OR Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30a. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). and CDE/DEC Standards CC1.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .m. NBPTS Standards I. PHYLLIS CD1-10 C D 57: Self-Assessment for Teachers of Young Children: Field Experience Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture. learning.net 650. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and 5. . you must attend the First Day Orientation. . and build a comprehensive understanding of children and families. DIANE TBA Course Notes (Spring): C D.K10.051A-02: "Student teaching lab hours are Monday and Wednesday OR Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30a. divergent thinking and self-expression in young children. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .m. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1. DIANE TBA Course Notes (Spring): C D. You must attend this meeting to take the class. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1. S10. 50 and 54. Current TB test required by the third week of classes. DIANE TBA Course Notes (Spring): C D. or ESL 272 and 273. social and emotional learning. For more information contact Diane Langfelder at diandwriter@comcast. and assessment. II.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.net 650.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: C D 10G. you must attend the First Day Orientation. 42548 C D -051A-02 Basic Student Teaching Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh LANGFELDER. Advanced competency will include completing a child assessment. This is an essential class requirement if you want to be added into the class. and knowledge of curriculum content areas will be emphasized as student teachers design.365. For more information contact Diane Langfelder at diandwriter@comcast. 4. 1b. 4a. or ESL 272 and 273.m.m. Students will examine the teacher's role in supporting development by using observation and assessment strategies and emphasizing the essential role of play. A mandatory orientation meeting will be held from 8:30a. implement and evaluate experiences that promote positive development and learning for all young children. Please contact the instructor if you cannot register in a specific section of CD51 or cannot get on the waitlist for that section and have met the course requirements.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: C D 10G (may be taken concurrently). on Monday of the quarter.1:20p. This is an essential class requirement if you want to be added into the class.m. Current TB test required by the third week of classes. 42550 C D -051B-02 Advanced Student Teaching Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh LANGFELDER. . 1c. or ESL 272 and 273.) 40349 C D -052. S11.051A-01: "Student teaching lab hours are Monday and Wednesday OR Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30a. presentation and assessment of developmentally appropriate activities that use sensory. 4d.m. Also. you must attend the First Day Orientation. and NBPTS Standards 4. to 1:20p. 4b. developmentally and individually appropriate and inclusive for all young children through age 6. || Formerly: (Formerly C D 51. Screening. This is an essential class requirement if you want to be added into the class. You must attend this meeting to take the class. EC4-S1. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . A mandatory orientation meeting will be held from 8:30a.-62 Curriculum for Early Childhood Programs (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W DE MOTTA. Please contact the instructor if you cannot register in a specific section of CD51 or cannot get on the waitlist for that section and have met the course requirements. and NBPTS Standards 1 through 9. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). DIANE TBA Course Notes (Spring): C D. and multiple assessment tools are explored. to 1:20p.0347.365. Students will build on the basic teaching skills in a classroom experience to make more advanced connections between theory and practice. child centered materials to enhance imagination. and 5. or ESL 272 and 273. Also.0347. There are also some off campus placements at Mentor sites with other time arrangements available. CC4-S2. creative thinking.net 650. Please contact the instructor if you cannot register in a specific section of CD51 or cannot get on the waitlist for that section and have met the course requirements. and math and science. on Monday of the quarter.m. Course Description: Curriculum development with emphasis on planning curriculum that is emergent. There are also some off campus placements at Mentor sites with other time arrangements available.m. Please contact the instructor if you cannot register in a specific section of CD51 or cannot get on the waitlist for that section and have met the course requirements.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).m. 4.m.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).m.m. Recording strategies. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1 and 4. You must attend this meeting to take the class. Students will utilize practical classroom experiences to make connections between theory and practice.

Course includes self-examination and reflection on issues related to social identity.-01L Infant/Toddler Development (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM S ZARGHAMI. NELLIE TBA C D 58: Infant/Toddler Development Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). guidance techniques. and DEC Standard 5 Family Based Practices. Course Description: A study of the methods and principles of supervision and management as they apply to administration of programs in early childhood settings. NELLIE CD2-28 TBA TBA VARGAS. Students will have opportunities to engage in and to reflect on how music and movement fosters healthy development in children and adults. 3. NBPTS Standards 1 and 4.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). NBPTS Early Childhood/Generalist Standard I. or physical needs. Standard 9. CEC/DEC Standards CC2-K3. Focus is put on integrating the concepts into everyday planning and program development for all children. NBPTS Standards 4 and 5. 4a. or ESL 272 and 273.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. stereotypes and bias.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. IX. 7.) 40277 C D -064. 4. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1-5. or ESL 272 and 273. mental health and safety for both children and staff will be identified along with the importance of collaboration with families and health professionals. for credit. CC3-K3.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 5b and 5c.3 and 4. EC2-K4. with emphasis on cultural diversity and family partnerships. 9 and 10 and ECE Competencies Standards 1. RACHEL Course Notes (Spring): C D-074.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Program and Individualized Family Service Plan planning based on observation of infants and communication with parents will be explored. Course Description: Development of physical. Safety. NELLIE TBA Self-Assessment for Teachers of Young Children: Field Experience (CLAS) Self-Assessment for Teachers of Young Children: Field Experience (LAB) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM W VARGAS. 2b. Various classroom strategies will be explored emphasizing culturally and linguistically appropriate anti-bias approaches supporting all children in becoming competent members of a diverse society. social and educational access. 4b. VI.-61 Early Childhood Mental Health Seminar and Fieldwork (LAB) TBA TBA TALAMANTEZ. 8 and 11. programs.) 40347 C D -061. The key components that ensure physical health.-62 Health.-02 00320 C D -057. JILA G10 C D 74: Early Childhood Mental Health Seminar and Fieldwork Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture. 2c.-61: Students will be assigned to an off campus mental health Child Development Center/program for the required three weekly hours of laboratory.deanza.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-01 00320 C D -057. which includes C D 10G. RACHEL 00329 C D -074. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). CEC Standards 2. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: A minimum of 12 units of Child Development course work. ethical and professional standards and an awareness of the sociopolitical context of early childhood programs. 9b. CCA Standards 3. classrooms and teaching.-01 00321 C D -057. the role of administration. (This course meets the NAEYC Standards 2. or ESL 272 and 273. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 7. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1.-02 Self-Assessment for Teachers of Young Children: Field Experience (CLAS) Self-Assessment for Teachers of Young Children: Field Experience (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh VARGAS. CC5-K9. or ESL 272 and 273. Student will use field placement to practice and develop skills. or ESL 272 and 273. and Nutrition for the Young Child (CLAS) 01:30 PM-05:20 PM T VARGAS. Methods for infant and toddler care routines. CC6-K1. 3 and 4.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 26 of 163 CD2-28 TBA 2/5/16. 4 and 5. (This course meets NAEYC Standard 6. 5c. Standard 4b. Course Description: Provides an overview of different approaches to early identification and intervention with children and their families and will help students develop basic support skills for use in dealing with high-risk families.-61 Early Childhood Mental Health Seminar and Fieldwork (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM M TALAMANTEZ. media and schooling. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 5b. 10:33 AM .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 3 and 4 and CEC Standards 1. teaching. but not both. CC5-K10. and Nutrition for the Young Child Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . FREDERICK CD2-28 C D 61: Music and Movement (Developmental Foundations) Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). 2a. FATEMEH CD2-28 C D 59H: Supervision and Administration of Child Development Programs (Leadership Skills) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and CEC Special Education Content Standards. interpersonal communication. Standards 4. NELLIE CD2-28 TBA TBA VARGAS. including those with exceptional emotional. and interpretation of observations will be explored. supervision styles and skills. 5a. VII. NBPTS Standards II. JAYANTI CD1-10 C D 64: Health. NBPTS Standards 1. NAEYC Standard 5. Students may enroll in either department. NBPTS Standards 1. Course Description: A developmental introduction to music and movement experiences. Safety. CC10-S3.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 2. Ways to implement assessment tool results (such as from Desired Results Developmental Profile and/or Ages and Stages surveys) will be discussed. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as EDUC 74.-01L Teaching in a Diverse Society (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM S MALEKSALEHI. social and emotional development from birth to age three.-01L Music and Movement (Developmental Foundations) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM S TAMBE. CC9-S6. 3. 9c and 9d. 9a.) 00329 C D -074. NELLIE CD1-10 C D 68: Teaching in a Diverse Society Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). CC2-K4.safety and nutrition. and assessment of personal effectiveness in the classroom. 2 and 3. 2. cognitive.) 00324 C D -059H-61 Supervision and Administration of Child Development Programs (Leadership Skills) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM T FERRER. CC9-K1.) 00321 C D -057. standards. Course Description: Examination of the development of social identities in diverse societies including theoretical and practical implications of oppression and privilege as they apply to young children.html Course Description: An examination of the use of self-assessment techniques for individualized teacher preparation with emphasis on understanding the development of the child. (This course meets NAEYC Standard 3. social. Emphasis is on personnel management. three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). Students will also have opportunities to see how music and movement defines and is linked to cultural experience and to who we are as individuals. policies and procedures and early childhood curriculum related to child health safety and nutrition. CC3-K4. regulations. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 1b. Course Description: Introduction to the laws. 4 and 7. families. III. (This course meets the California State requirements for health. CC6-K2. 5 and 8. CC6-K3.) 42543 C D -068. 5.) 00322 C D -058. (This course meets NAEYC Standards 1a. 1c.

MWF MW MUZZI. LINDA ADM119 COCHRAN. June 4. CINZIA SC1102 SC2202 42664 CHEM-001A-03 General Chemistry (CLAS) 02:30 PM-03:45 PM 42664 CHEM-001A-03 General Chemistry (LAB) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001A-03: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. LINDA ADM119 C D 103W: Topics in Preschool Program Administration Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. CINZIA SC1102 SC2202 42663 CHEM-001A-02 General Chemistry (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 42663 CHEM-001A-02 General Chemistry (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001A-02: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. or others with administrative or supervisory responsibility to improve skills and knowledge in the area of Child Development program administration. including an introduction to ionic and covalent bonding. 2016 from 6:00-10:00pm & Saturday April 9. MAYRA ADM119 ****** Chemistry Important Department Information: For Summer chemistry courses: See Department link! CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location CHEM 1A: General Chemistry Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture. CINZIA SC2202 SC2202 27 of 163 CHEM-001A-04 CHEM-001A-04 General Chemistry (CLAS) General Chemistry (LAB) 2/5/16.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Development of molecular structure from rudimentary quantum mechanics. June 3.html C D 101W: Current Issues in Child Development Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). CRUZ.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. JULIE Ends: 04/09/2016 S Course Notes (Spring): C D -101W-55L: The course will be held on Friday April 8.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. or ESL 272 and 273. 2016. Topics will vary based on the contemporary issues in Child Development and professional practice in the field of education. May 7. MWF MW MUZZI. 2016. 2016 from 8:00am-4:00pm ADM119 ADM119 C D 102W: Curriculum for Child Development Personnel Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). KANNY S32 SC2202 42665 42665 02:30 PM-03:45 PM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM TTh TTh WAN. head teachers. site supervisors. or ESL 272 and 273. CINZIA MUZZI. Chemical problem solving involving both formula and reaction stoichiometry employing the unit analysis method. Topics will vary depending on subject matter relating curriculum for child development personnel. May 6. Course Description: An introduction to the structure and reactivity of matter at the molecular level. TTh MW WAN. MATH 114 or equivalent. MW MW MUZZI. MAYRA ADM119 CRUZ. 10:33 AM . and parent volunteers to increase awareness of contemporary professional issues in Child Development. CINZIA MUZZI. 42662 CHEM-001A-01 General Chemistry (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 42662 CHEM-001A-01 General Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001A-01: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. aides. An introduction to thermochemistry and a discussion of the first law of thermodynamics. Course Description: In-service workshop for program directors. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . 2016 from 6-10pm and Saturday.) Prerequisite: CHEM 25 or CHEM 30A or satisfactory score on the Chemistry Placement Test. KANNY WAN. 8am-4pm. 44099 C D -102W-55L Curriculum for Child Development Personnel (CLAS) 08:00 AM-04:00 PM Starts: 05/06/2016 Ends: 05/07/2016 S 44099 C D -102W-55L Curriculum for Child Development Personnel (CLAS) 06:00 PM-10:00 PM Starts: 05/06/2016 Ends: 05/07/2016 F Course Notes (Spring): C D -102W-55L: The course will be held on Friday. KANNY S32 SC2202 42666 CHEM-001A-61 General Chemistry (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM 42666 CHEM-001A-61 General Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001A-61: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. aides. Topics will vary.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 44100 C D -103W-55L Topics in Preschool Program Administration (CLAS) 08:00 AM-04:00 PM Starts: 06/03/2016 Ends: 06/04/2016 S 44100 C D -103W-55L Topics in Preschool Program Administration (CLAS) 06:00 PM-10:00 PM Starts: 06/03/2016 Ends: 06/04/2016 F Course Notes (Spring): C D-103W-55L: The course will be held on Friday. Course Description: In-service workshop for teachers. Application of critical reasoning to modern chemical theory and structured numerical problem solving. JULIE Ends: 04/09/2016 F 44098 C D -101W-55L Current Issues in Child Development (CLAS) 08:00 AM-04:00 PM Starts: 04/08/2016 KURTZ. or ESL 272 and 273. 44098 C D -101W-55L Current Issues in Child Development (CLAS) 06:00 PM-10:00 PM Starts: 04/08/2016 KURTZ. 2016 from 6-10pm and Saturday. 8am-4pm. Course Description: In-service workshop for teachers. and parent volunteers to improve skills and knowledge in the area of curriculum for child development personnel. CINZIA MUZZI. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . COCHRAN.deanza. KANNY WAN.

DAVID S34 SC2204 42669 CHEM-001B-03 General Chemistry (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 42669 CHEM-001B-03 General Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001B-03: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). DAVID GRAY. DAVID S34 SC2204 42668 CHEM-001B-02 General Chemistry (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 42668 CHEM-001B-02 General Chemistry (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001B-02: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. thiols. or ESL 272 and 273. BILLIE SC2208 SC2208 SC2208 Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001C-01: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. Investigation of reversible reactions from the standpoints of kinetics.) Prerequisite: CHEM 1B with a grade of C or better. BILLIE LO. and nuclear chemistry. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Laboratory experiments involving the synthesis of simple compounds and the characterization of those compounds using chromatography and infrared (IR). RAMACHANDRAN SUBRAMANIAM. six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). MWF MW GRAY. and aldehydes and ketones and their derivatives. 42674 CHEM-001C-61 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM 42674 CHEM-001C-61 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001C-61: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. TTh TTh CHEM 10: Introductory Chemistry Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. thermodynamics. focusing on: polyenes. ELENA ZLATOGOROV. NADA S32 28 of 163 CHEM-012B-62 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM 2/5/16. Emphasis on retrosynthesis.) Prerequisite: CHEM 1A with a grade of C or better. Course Description: Continuation of an introduction to the principles of chemistry. 42676 CHEM-012B-61 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM 42676 CHEM-012B-61 Organic Chemistry (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-012B-61: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. RAMACHANDRAN MLC103 LO. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of chemistry. 42672 CHEM-001C-01 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (CLAS) 04:30 PM-05:45 PM MW 42672 CHEM-001C-01 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (LAB) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM MW SUBRAMANIAM. 42701 CHEM-010. six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: CHEM 12A with a grade of C or better. TTh TTh KHOUDERCHAH.-02 Introductory Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-010. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.-02 Introductory Chemistry (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 42702 CHEM-010. This will be followed with an introduction to electrochemistry. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. The course emphasizes chemistry as a subject of scientific inquiry and is designed to give the student a general appreciation for chemistry as a science. MWF MW GRAY. ELENA SC1102 SC2202 42703 CHEM-010. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . TTh T ZLATOGOROV. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. ELENA ZLATOGOROV. M SC2202 SC2202 CHEM 12B: Organic Chemistry Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Course Description: An exploration of the physical properties and chemical behavior of important classes of organic compounds. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). For chemistry majors or those in closely allied fields such as biochemistry and chemical engineering. or ESL 272 and 273. and equilibrium. 10:33 AM . the chemistry of transition metals. TTh Th ZLATOGOROV. ultraviolet-visible (UV-Vis). JOHN CIHONSKI. M S32 SC2210 42677 TTh KHOUDERCHAH. aromatic compounds.-01 Introductory Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-010. 42667 CHEM-001B-01 General Chemistry (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM 42667 CHEM-001B-01 General Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001B-01: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting.-01: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-61 Introductory Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-010.-02: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. including chemical laboratory techniques and methods and a survey of important chemical principles. JOHN S35 SC2204 42670 CHEM-001B-61 General Chemistry (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM 42670 CHEM-001B-61 General Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001B-61: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. MW MW FEILER. Investigation and application of gas laws and kinetic molecular theory.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. or ESL 272 and 273. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. RAMACHANDRAN SUBRAMANIAM. RAMACHANDRAN MLC103 SUBRAMANIAM. alcohols. DAVID GRAY.html CHEM 1B: General Chemistry Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture. spectroscopic structure determination. TTh Th STAFF. NADA STAFF. six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). 42673 CHEM-001C-02 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (CLAS) 04:30 PM-05:45 PM MW 42673 CHEM-001C-02 General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis (LAB) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM TTh SC2208 Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-001C-02: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. DAVID FEILER. Investigation of intermolecular forces and their effects on chemical and physical properties. M STAFF.deanza. ELENA SC1102 SC2202 42702 CHEM-010. In this class. advanced equilibrium concepts pertaining to solubility and buffers will be discussed. TThF TTh CIHONSKI. DAVID SC2204 SC2204 CHEM 1C: General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture. and reaction mechanism. MATH 212 or equivalent. Course Description: This is the third and final quarter in the year long General Chemistry sequence.-61 Introductory Chemistry (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 42703 CHEM-010.-01 Introductory Chemistry (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 42701 CHEM-010.-61: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. and ethers.

html 42677 CHEM-012B-62 Organic Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-012B-62: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). The course concludes with a discussion of acid-base chemistry and nuclear chemistry. 44008 44008 CHEM-025. carboxylic acids. HOMER TONG. Properties of gases and solutions will be discussed. || Formerly: (Formerly CHEM 50. 42680 CHEM-012C-01 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 42680 CHEM-012C-01 Organic Chemistry (LAB) 07:30 AM-10:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-012C-01: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Organic and Biochemistry I (CLAS) Introduction to General.) Prerequisite: CHEM 1A.-04 CHEM-025. and carboxylic acid derivatives. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . HOMER G6 SC2208 44009 44009 CHEM-025.-61 Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-10:20 PM MW M TONG. JAMES MAXWELL. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Organic and Biochemistry II (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-10:20 PM TTh W MAXWELL. Organic and Biochemistry II (CLAS) Introduction to General. The next set of topics will cover an introduction to elements. spectroscopic structure determination. MWF MW WOODBURY. and proteins. Emphasis on retrosynthesis. 25 or 30. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . 42682 42682 CHEM-030A-01 CHEM-030A-01 Introduction to General. HOMER TONG. and amides. HOMER TONG. thiols. Organic and Biochemistry I (CLAS) Introduction to General. or ESL 272 and 273. NICHOLAS SC1102 SC2204 CHEM 30B: Introduction to General. compounds. six hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). The topics included in organic chemistry are: hydrocarbons. MWF MW WOODBURY. A brief introduction to metabolism will also be discussed. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. This will be followed with a discussion of energy and matter which will be followed by a discussion of the discovery of an atom. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. Outside reading and written report required. HOMER FOR4 SC2208 44054 44054 CHEM-025. Course Description: An introduction to the core theory and problem-solving techniques of chemistry as preparation for Chemistry 1A and other science related fields.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. 29 of 163 2/5/16. Course Description: Individual research in the chemical sciences. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-03 CHEM-025. Course Description: This is a two-part class to be taken in sequence by students entering allied health fields. M SC2210 CHEM 12C: Organic Chemistry Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Various physical and chemical properties of these biological molecules will be studied. DAVID GRAY. HOMER TONG.-01 CHEM-025. or ESL 272 and 273.-01 Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 07:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh T TONG. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). amino acids and proteins. focusing on amines. ethers.-04 Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh Th TONG. Organic and Biochemistry I Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture.-61 CHEM-025.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. HOMER TONG. JAMES G1 SC2210 CHEM 77: Special Projects in Chemistry Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). For chemistry majors or those in closely allied fields such as biochemistry and chemical engineering. The focus of the first part of this class is an introduction to general chemistry. fatty acids and lipids. The topics included in biochemistry are: carbohydrates. ERIK WOODBURY. Course Description: An exploration of the physical properties and chemical behavior of important classes of organic compounds. HOMER TONG. DAVID SC2204 SC2210 CHEM-012C-03 CHEM-012C-03 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) Organic Chemistry (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:45 AM 07:30 AM-10:20 AM CHEM 25: Preparation Course for General Chemistry Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. and reaction mechanism. Various physical and chemical properties of these organic substances will be studied along with nomenclature and structural features. Organic and Biochemistry II Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture.-62 Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-10:20 PM MW W TONG.deanza. Organic and Biochemistry I (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM MW M DEMELLO. Laboratory experiments involving the multi-step synthesis of organic compounds and the characterization of those compounds using chromatography and infrared (IR) and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 42691 42691 CHEM-030B-01 CHEM-030B-01 Introduction to General. NICHOLAS SC1102 SC2204 42690 42690 CHEM-030A-02 CHEM-030A-02 Introduction to General. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Organic. HOMER L47 SC2208 44011 44011 CHEM-025. amines. HOMER L47 SC2208 44026 44026 CHEM-025. 10:33 AM . carbohydrates. nucleic acids and DNA. ERIK WOODBURY.) Prerequisite: MATH 114 or equivalent. Organic and Biochemistry I (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM MW W DEMELLO.-02 CHEM-025. TTh STAFF. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: CHEM 12B with a grade of C or better.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MATH 114 or equivalent.-02 Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM 07:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh Th TONG. with an introduction to the chemistry of terpenes. and types of bonding in compounds followed by various types of chemical reactions and stoichiometric calculations based on chemical equations. HOMER G6 SC2208 44010 44010 CHEM-025. An introduction to gravimetric and volumetric analysis. esters. This course begins with a discussion of various measurement tools.-03 Preparation Course for General Chemistry (CLAS) Preparation Course for General Chemistry (LAB) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh T TONG. and the preparation and maintenance of a laboratory notebook. HOMER FOR4 SC2208 CHEM 30A: Introduction to General. NICHOLAS DEMELLO. alcohols. and Biochemistry is organic and biochemistry. The focus of the second part of Introduction to General. Course Description: This class is for students entering the allied health fields. lipids. NICHOLAS DEMELLO. ERIK S32 SC2210 42681 CHEM-012C-02 Organic Chemistry (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 42681 CHEM-012C-02 Organic Chemistry (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CHEM-012C-02: Student must bring a combination padlock to the first laboratory meeting. rudimentary laboratory equipment and operations.-62 CHEM-025. ERIK S32 SC2210 42978 42978 TTh TTh GRAY. carboxylic acids. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).

or ESL 272 and 273. BHARTI ONLINE CHLD 2: Unit(s): || 40616 CHLD-002.html Special Projects in Chemistry (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF. Outside reading and written report required. politics.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . CHRISTINE ONLINE (LEC) TBA TBA DAVE. Course Description: A critical examination of the capabilities and uses of the Internet. M TBA CHEM 77Y: Special Projects in Chemistry Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).-03W CHLD 51A: Unit(s): || 40605 CHLD-051A-01W (LEC) TBA TBA RENTSCHLER. law.deanza. Outside reading and written report required. 10:33 AM . || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. and society. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. 43795 CHEM-077Y-65R Special Projects in Chemistry (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 30 of 163 2/5/16. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). M TBA CHEM 77X: Special Projects in Chemistry Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . health.-01W ****** Computer Information Systems CRN Course Title Location CIS 2: Computers and the Internet in Society Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-04W (LEC) TBA TBA CARDUCCI. Course Description: Individual research in the chemical sciences. DENISE ONLINE Time Dates/Days Instructor CHLD 88: Unit(s): || 40158 CHLD-088. education.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and how they are changing business. KRISTA ONLINE 40912 CHLD-051A-02W (LEC) TBA TBA LATTA. WILLIAM AT311 CIS 3: Business Information Systems Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. computers and cellular communications. entertainment. NICOLE ONLINE 40909 CHLD-001. NICOLE ONLINE (LEC) TBA TBA GIOTTA.-02W CHLD 95: Unit(s): || 40723 CHLD-095. M Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor TBA ****** CRN Location CHLD 1: Unit(s): || 40603 CHLD-001.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.-65R http://ecms.-03W (LEC) TBA TBA KERBEY. Course Description: Individual research in the chemical sciences.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 44247 CHEM-077. MARY ONLINE (LEC) TBA TBA KERBEY.-01 Computers and the Internet in Society (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW HEPBURN. 00428 CIS -002. 43796 CHEM-077X-65R Special Projects in Chemistry (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.

software. Course Description: Programming in Visual Basic.html Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). ALEXANDER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -003. directory structures. 00429 * CIS -003. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. input/output handling. ALEXANDER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -003. computer hardware and software concepts.-64Z Computer Literacy (CLAS) TBA TBA DUNDURS.-65Z Business Information Systems (CLAS) TBA TBA WHITEHILL. 42536 * CIS -014A-64Z Visual Basic .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.-65Z Online Course. 00436 * CIS -018A-61Y Introduction to Unix/Linux (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:50 PM MW KRISHNAMURTHY. ANITA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -003. data communications. Internet utilities.edu/distance/ ONLINE ONLINE 43045 * CIS -003.-03Y Business Information Systems (LAB) TBA TBA HEPBURN. 41271 * CIS -003. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. and Internet web tools.-01Y Business Information Systems (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW MORGAN JR. The social impact and future of computers for communication systems are discussed along with an overview of basic security and privacy concerns. Access to the Internet required.-64Z Business Information Systems (CLAS) TBA TBA DUNDURS. spreadsheets. labels. IRA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -018A-02Y: Hybrid class (half on line instruction).11:20PM. The instructor will be available online every Wednesday from 8:45PM to 10:00PM.edu/distance/ 43676 * CIS -004. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. KARINA ONLINE 43279 * CIS -004. operating system mechanics. MARK ONLINE 43676 * CIS -004. Access to the Internet required. KARINA 41271 * CIS -003. 43279 * CIS -004.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-65Z Business Information Systems (LAB) TBA TBA WHITEHILL. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z Computer Literacy (LAB) TBA TBA DUNDURS. spreadsheets.deanza. ARTHUR Course Notes (Spring): CIS -014A-64Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer. Students must have access to a computer. MARK ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS-004.-64Z: Online Course with required on campus orientation. data management.-01Y: Hybrid class (partial online instruction).edu/distance/ CIS 4: Computer Literacy Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. 44153 * CIS -003. Internet and presentations are introduced. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). LALITHA AT312 00436 * CIS -018A-61Y Introduction to Unix/Linux (LAB) TBA TBA KRISHNAMURTHY. Emphasis on Windows programming using the Visual Basic environment.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Use of common software packages for business applications including word processing. Course Description: Introduction to basic computer literacy concepts. An integrated software package for word processing. the Web and an individual email address. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 1:30PM to 3:20PM. systems design and development. Access to the Internet required.-02Y: Hybrid class (partial online instruction). WILLIAM ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -003. the Web and an individual email address. IRA AT311 00435 * CIS -018A-02Y Introduction to Unix/Linux (LAB) TBA TBA OLDHAM.NET Programming I (CLAS) TBA TBA LINN JR. Course Description: Introduction to management information systems. the Web and an individual email address. || Formerly: (Formerly CIS 93.-64Z Online Course.-65Z: Online Course with required on campus orientation. system management utilities. basics of networking and the internet.deanza. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:30AM to 1:20PM. the Web and an individual email address.-03Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). 41239 * CIS -003. ALEXANDER AT311 00429 * CIS -003. database. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. 00435 * CIS -018A-02Y Introduction to Unix/Linux (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW OLDHAM.deanza. databases. or ESL 272 and 273. Students must have access to a computer.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . e-mail. Access to the Internet required. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00PM to 7:50PM.-01Y Computer Literacy (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh SHERBY. KARINA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS-004. The instructor will be available online Wednesdays from 11:30 AM to 12:45 PM.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 4:30PM to 5:45PM. or ESL 272 and 273. KARINA Course Notes (Spring): CIS -003. Course information available at http://www. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza.-03Y Business Information Systems (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW HEPBURN. picture boxes.edu/distance/ CIS 14A: Visual Basic .-01Y Computer Literacy (LAB) TBA TBA SHERBY.-01Y Business Information Systems (LAB) TBA TBA MORGAN JR. Students must have access to a computer.NET Programming I Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture.edu/distance/ The instructor will be available online Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00pm until 7:00pm using cccConfer. The instructor will be available online every Tuesdays 8:00PM to 9:15PM. The development of well-structured VB projects using forms. Access to the Internet required. LALITHA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -018A-61Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). The instructor will be available online Mondays from 3:30PM to 4:45PM. ANITA ONLINE 43045 * CIS -003. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. and shell features. ONLINE ONLINE CIS 18A: Introduction to Unix/Linux Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture.-02Y Business Information Systems (LAB) TBA TBA MORGAN JR. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30AM . Access to the Internet required.1:20PM. ARTHUR 42536 * CIS -014A-64Z Visual Basic . ALEXANDER AT311 41239 * CIS -003. Students must have access to a computer. text file manipulation.deanza. buttons.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 31 of 163 2/5/16. MARK AT205 43305 * CIS -004. or ESL 272 and 273. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30AM .NET Programming I (LAB) TBA TBA LINN JR. History of the computer. electronic mail. the Web and an individual email address. Course Description: Introduction to the features of the Unix/Linux operating system including text editing. WILLIAM AT312 44153 * CIS -003.-65Z Computer Literacy (LAB) TBA TBA SHERBY. CIS 4.-64Z Business Information Systems (LAB) TBA TBA DUNDURS. MARK ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -004. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). 43305 * CIS -004. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). hardware. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter).-02Y Business Information Systems (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh MORGAN JR. office automation. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. CIS 21JA: Introduction to x86 Processor Assembly Language and Computer Architecture Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30PM to 3:20PM.-65Z Computer Literacy (CLAS) TBA TBA SHERBY. and text boxes. The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 1:30PM to 2:45PM.-01Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 10:33 AM .

see the CIS Department web site at: http://www. LINYUN AT205 43277 * CIS -022A-07Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA YU. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. or ESL 272 and 273. but not both. structures. programming style. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Introduction to linked lists. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:30AM to 1:20PM. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 11:30AM to 1:20PM. The instructor will be available online Thursdays 2:15PM to 3:30PM. The instructor will be available online Wednesdays 8:00PM to 9:15PM. JENNIFER AT205 42526 * CIS -022A-03Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA PARRISH. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30AM to 11:20AM. selected macros and directives. Access to the Internet required. || Formerly: (Formerly CIS 71B.-07Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 9:30AM to 10:45AM. HANN AT204 43046 * CIS -022A-05Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA SO. KAMRAN ONLINE Architecture (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): CIS -21JA-61Y: Hybrid class (partial online instruction). The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. CIS 22B: Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. standard instruction set. Access to the Internet required. For the CIS prerequisite equivalency information. parameters and dynamic allocation.-09Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). HANN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A-05Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). Access to the Internet required. 43319 * CIS -022A-08Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh PACHECO. Access to the Internet required. The instructor will be available online Wednesdays from 7:00PM to 8:15PM. The instructor will be available online Thursdays 11:30AM to 12:45PM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30PM to 5:20PM.-08Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). documentation. The instructor will be available online Fridays 1:30PM to 2:45PM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00PM to 7:50PM. but not both. ABEER ONLINE Architecture (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): CIS -21JA-01Y: Hybrid class (half on line instruction). The instructor will be available online Mondays 11:30AM to 12:45PM.edu/cis/ . 10:33 AM . The instructor will be available online Fridays 1:30PM to 2:45PM. 43059 * CIS -022A-06Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh OLDHAM. MANISH AT205 42524 * CIS -022A-01Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA GOEL. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 1:30PM to 3:20PM. Tuesdays. Access to the Internet required. The instructor will be available online Thursdays 5:30PM to 6:45PM.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.deanza.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Students may receive credit for either CIS 22A and 22B. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30PM to 5:20PM. JOE AT202 42528 * CIS -022A-61Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA BENTLEY. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. CYNTHIA AT312 42525 * CIS -022A-02Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA LEE-KLAWENDER. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Designed primarily for computer science and related transfer majors. Pointers: their use in arrays. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00PM to 7:50PM.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Students may receive credit for either CIS 22A and 22B. or CIS 27. emphasizing design. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. MANISH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A-04Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction).) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30PM to 3:20PM. Access to the Internet required. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. 43046 * CIS -022A-05Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh SO. The instructor will be available online Fridays 10:30AM to 11:45PM. ABEER AT204 Architecture (CLAS) 41976 * CIS -21JA-01Y Introduction to x86 Processor Assembly Language and Computer TBA TBA ALAMEER.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).html Requisites: Prerequisite: CIS 22B or 26A. Access to the Internet required. Course Description: Introduction to the syntax and semantics of the x86 processor assembly language. IRA AT204 43059 * CIS -022A-06Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA OLDHAM. multidimensional arrays. The instructor will be available online Thursdays 1:30PM to 2:45PM. MANISH AT204 42527 * CIS -022A-04Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA GOEL. MARY AT204 2/5/16. or CIS 27. LINYUN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A. Wednesdays. 42520 32 of 163 * CIS -022B-01Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh PAPE. Access to the Internet required. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30AM to 11:20AM. MATH 114 or equivalent. Class meets physically Mondays. 42527 * CIS -022A-04Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW GOEL. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30AM to 11:20AM. JOE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A. 43278 * CIS -21JA-61Y Introduction to x86 Processor Assembly Language and Computer 06:00 PM-07:50 PM TTh EFTEKHARI. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Access to the Internet required. x86 architecture 41976 * CIS -21JA-01Y Introduction to x86 Processor Assembly Language and Computer 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW ALAMEER. IRA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A-06Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). Strings. Emphasis will be placed on structured procedural programming with an introduction to object-oriented programming. CYNTHIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A-02Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). The instructor will be available online Thursdays 4:45PM to 6:00PM CIS 22A: Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. and classes. JENNIFER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A-03Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). HELLEN AT311 43319 * CIS -022A-08Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA PACHECO. JOE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A-61Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Access to the Internet required. 42524 * CIS -022A-01Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh GOEL. . 43277 * CIS -022A-07Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW YU.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Access to the Internet required. || Formerly: (Formerly CIS 71A. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). 44189 * CIS -022A-09Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh BENTLEY. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. HELLEN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A. MANISH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022A-01Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). 42525 * CIS -022A-02Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW LEE-KLAWENDER. testing and debugging techniques. and Thursdays 8:30AM to 9:20AM. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). Its primary objective is to teach problem solving using the C++ programming language. JOE AT205 44189 * CIS -022A-09Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA BENTLEY.deanza. 42528 * CIS -022A-61Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:50 PM TTh BENTLEY. 42526 * CIS -022A-03Y Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW PARRISH. Access to the Internet required. construction and management of computer programs. KAMRAN E35 Architecture (CLAS) 43278 * CIS -21JA-61Y Introduction to x86 Processor Assembly Language and Computer TBA TBA EFTEKHARI. Course Description: A systematic approach to the design.) Prerequisite: CIS 22A. Course Description: An introduction to computer programming.

exception handling.edu with your first and last name and campus wide ID number for a clearance. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30 PM to 3:20 PM.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: CIS 22B or 27 or equivalent. Access to the Internet required. GRANT ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS-022C-61Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). The instructor will be available online Tuesdays from 11:30AM to 12:45PM.ALL CODE MUST BE WRITTEN IN C++. Course Description: Advanced topics in C++ including: namespace. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. . SHU ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022B-61Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction).html if you feel that you can evidence equivalent coursework and/or job experience that meet the prerequisites for this course. The instructor will be available online Thursdays 6:00PM to 7:15PM. The instructor will be available online every Thursday from 8:00PM to 9:15PM 43677 * CIS -022B-06Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW PACHECO. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00PM to 7:50PM.deanza. trees. Access to the Internet required.edu /cis/prereqclear. 44159 * CIS -022C-01Y Data Abstraction and Structures (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh GOEL. || Formerly: (Formerly CIS 71C. SHU AT312 42523 * CIS -022B-61Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA YEH.html if you feel that you can evidence equivalent coursework and/or job experience that meet the prerequisites for this course. MARY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022B-01Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction).html 42520 * CIS -022B-01Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA PAPE. The instructor will be available online Wednesdays from 4:30 PM to 5:45 PM. The instructor will be available on line every Friday from 4:30PM to 5:45PM. Access to the Internet required. Access to the Internet required.html if you feel that you can evidence equivalent coursework and/or job experience that meet the prerequisites for this course. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. graphs.**** 43675 * CIS -022C-61Y Data Abstraction and Structures (CLAS) 08:00 PM-09:50 PM TTh LARKIN. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:30AM to 1:20PM. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 8:00PM to 9:50PM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. THIS SECTION FOR JAVA STUDENTS ONLY .deanza.*** CIS 22C: Data Abstraction and Structures Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. linked lists.*** 42522 * CIS -022B-03Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh NGUYEN. compilation concepts. *** If you completed CIS 15AG (not CIS 71A or CIS 22A) please e-mail CISclearPrerequisites@deanza.deanza. queues. HELLEN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022B-06Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). CIS 29: Advanced C++ Programming Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter).edu/cis/prereqclear.edu/cis/prereqclear.edu with your first and last name and campus wide ID number for a clearance. MANISH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022C-01Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). GRANT AT312 43675 * CIS -022C-61Y Data Abstraction and Structures (LAB) TBA TBA LARKIN. and hash tables.ALL CODE MUST BE WRITTEN IN JAVA. Access to the Internet required. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . string and stringstream classes. Advisory: MATH 212 or equivalent.deanza. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 1:30PM to 3:20PM. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30PM-5:20PM. Advisory: MATH 212 or equivalent. Access to the Internet required. cast operators. HOANG AT312 42522 * CIS -022B-03Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA NGUYEN. ***Please complete the form found at http://www.deanza.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30 PM to 3:20 PM. 10:33 AM . Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30PM to 5:20PM. EDWARD AT205 43042 * CIS -022B-04Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA AHRENS. The instructor will be available online Wednesdays 1:45PM to 3:00PM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. LINYUN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022B-02Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). Access to the Internet required. LINYUN AT205 42521 * CIS -022B-02Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA YU. THIS SECTION FOR C++ STUDENTS ONLY . EDWARD ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022B-04Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction).-61Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line). Access to the Internet required. The instructor will be available on line every Thursday 5:30PM to 6:45PM. use of recursion. Access to the Internet required. GRANT ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -029. 42523 * CIS -022B-61Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 08:00 PM-09:50 PM MW YEH. HELLEN AT311 43677 * CIS -022B-06Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA PACHECO. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.ALL CODE MUST BE WRITTEN IN C++. 33 of 163 2/5/16. JENNIFER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022C-01Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). libraries. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. multiple inheritance.*** 43042 * CIS -022B-04Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh AHRENS. ***If you completed CIS 15AG (not CIS 71A) please e-mail CISclearPrerequisites@deanza. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 11:00AM to 12:15PM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.**** 43464 * CIS -022B-05Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW OLDHAM. ***Please complete the form found at http://www. ***Please complete the form found at http://www. The instructor will be available online Thursdays 9:30AM to 10:45AM. The instructor will be available online Thursdays from 6:00PM to 7:15PM. ***Please complete the form found at http://www. 42521 * CIS -022B-02Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW YU. team project. Access to the Internet required. JENNIFER AT312 42519 * CIS -022C-02Y Data Abstraction and Structures (LAB) TBA TBA PARRISH.edu with your first and last name and campus wide ID number for a clearance. data abstraction and structures and associated algorithms: stacks.**** 43275 * CIS -022C-03Y Data Abstraction and Structures (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh LEE-KLAWENDER.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. GRANT AT204 42094 * CIS -029. internal and external sorting. Access to the Internet required. ***If you completed CIS 15AG (not CIS 71A) please e-mail CISclearPrerequisites@deanza. HOANG ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022B-03Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction).html if you feel that you can evidence equivalent coursework and/or job experience that meet the prerequisites for this course. 42094 * CIS -029. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. templates. CYNTHIA AT311 43275 * CIS -022C-03Y Data Abstraction and Structures (LAB) TBA TBA LEE-KLAWENDER.edu/cis/prereqclear.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.Access to the Internet required. IRA AT312 43464 * CIS -022B-05Y Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++ (LAB) TBA TBA OLDHAM.-61Y Advanced C++ Programming (LAB) TBA TBA LARKIN.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: CIS 22B or CIS 35A. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30 PM to 5:20 PM. CYNTHIA AT311 Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022C-03Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 5:30PM to 6:45PM. IRA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -022B-05Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). MANISH AT311 44159 * CIS -022C-01Y Data Abstraction and Structures (LAB) TBA TBA GOEL.**** 42519 * CIS -022C-02Y Data Abstraction and Structures (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh PARRISH. the Standard Template Library and programming style. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:00PM to 9:50PM.-61Y Advanced C++ Programming (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:50 PM MW LARKIN. Course Description: Application of software engineering techniques to the design and development of large programs. THIS SECTION FOR C++ STUDENTS ONLY . Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30AM to 11:20PM. The instructor will be available on line every Friday from 1:00PM to 2:15PM. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30AM to 11:20AM.

-61Y iOS Development (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:50 PM MW GOEL. 00441 * CIS -035A-64Z Java Programming (CLAS) TBA TBA LEE-KLAWENDER. pictures and menus. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00PM to 7:50PM.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Students may receive credit for either CIS 36A and 36B. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Introduction to native object-oriented programming language Objective-C and basic design patterns for doing development on devices running iOS. CIS 55: iOS Development Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30AM to 11:20AM. TUAN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -053. TUAN AT312 43311 * CIS -053. primitive types. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: Emphasis on foundation technologies in Java that enable you to write server side programs in Java. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). Designed primarily for computer science and related transfer majors. Before attending this class. GUI and exceptions. 00440 * CIS -035A-61Y Java Programming (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:50 PM MW SINGH. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. JavaServer Faces and JavaBeans.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). or ESL 272 and 273. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. or CIS 35A. CYNTHIA 00441 * CIS -035A-64Z Java Programming (LAB) TBA TBA LEE-KLAWENDER.html CIS 35A: Java Programming Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. Students must have access to a computer. or ESL 272 and 273. multi-dimensional arrays and Classes. documentation. CIS 35A. Course Description: Mobile application development using Android features including: Android development tools. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. 22B or 27. Access to the Internet required.edu/~cistest ONLINE ONLINE CIS 35B: Advanced Java Programming Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. multi-threading. SUKHJIT AT205 43317 * CIS -036A-01Y Introduction to Computer Programming Using Java (LAB) TBA TBA SINGH. Access to the Internet required. Servlets.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 00443 * CIS -035B-63Y Advanced Java Programming (CLAS) 08:00 PM-09:50 PM MW SINGH. Emphasis will be placed on structured procedural programming with an introduction to object-oriented programming. The instructor will be available online Wednesdays 6:00PM to 7:15PM.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Students may receive credit for either CIS 36A and 36B. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). cloning. or CIS 35A. 43651 * CIS -036A-02Y Introduction to Computer Programming Using Java (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh PARRISH. 10:33 AM . || Formerly: (Formerly CIS 61A. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30PM to 5:20PM. The primary objective is to teach problem solving using the Java programming language. The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 3:15PM . JENNIFER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -036A-02Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). programming style. Access to the Internet required. testing and debugging techniques. MATH 114 or equivalent. construction and management of computer programs.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . SUKHJIT AT205 00443 * CIS -035B-63Y Advanced Java Programming (LAB) TBA TBA SINGH. The instructor will be available online Wednesdays 11:00AM to 12:15PM. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter).Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). objects and classes. or ESL 272 and 273. CIS 36B: Intermediate Problem Solving in Java Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. Web Programming with Java Server Pages.deanza. SUKHJIT ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -035A-61Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). Concepts include inner classes. text I/O. The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 2:00PM to 3:15PM. CIS 26A. data persistence. MOUNJED ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS 36B-01Y: Hybrid class (partial online instruction). The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30AM to 11:20AM.-61Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). the Web and an individual e-mail address. Course Description: Introduction to Java programming.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00PM to 7:50PM. Strings.deanza. but not both. activities and intents. parameters and containment. interfaces. SUKHJIT ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -036A-01Y: Hybrid Class (partial on line instruction). but not both. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or CIS 35A. Access to the Internet required. 43311 * CIS -053. but not both. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. MOUNJED AT312 43840 * CIS -036B-01Y Intermediate Problem Solving in Java (LAB) TBA TBA MOUSSALEM. and rich media features. MANISH AT202 2/5/16. Introduction to linked lists. operators. Course Description: An introduction to computer programming. SUKHJIT AT205 00440 * CIS -035A-61Y Java Programming (LAB) TBA TBA SINGH. CYNTHIA Course Notes (Spring): CIS -035A-64Z: Online Course.edu/distance/ .) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 43316 34 of 163 * CIS -055. JENNIFER AT311 43651 * CIS -036A-02Y Introduction to Computer Programming Using Java (LAB) TBA TBA PARRISH.-61Y Java for Mobile Development (LAB) TBA TBA NGUYEN. reflections. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). Understand core API's to construct powerful applications. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. emphasizing design. packages. CIS 36A: Introduction to Computer Programming Using Java Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. CIS 53: Java for Mobile Development Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture.4:30PM. or ESL 272 and 273. Access to the Internet required. exceptions. file I/O. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). 43840 * CIS -036B-01Y Intermediate Problem Solving in Java (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh MOUSSALEM. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. References: their use in arrays. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter).) Prerequisite: CIS 36A. 43317 * CIS -036A-01Y Introduction to Computer Programming Using Java (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW SINGH. SUKHJIT ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -035B-63Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction).deanza. Course Description: A systematic approach to the design. The instructor will be available online Fridays 11:45AM to 1:00PM. messaging and networking.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 8:00PM to 9:50PM. CIS 35A. || Formerly: (Formerly CIS 61B.-61Y Java for Mobile Development (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:50 PM TTh NGUYEN.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Students may receive credit for either CIS 36A and 36B. The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 12:30PM to 1:45PM. computing context. flow of control constructs. Access to the Internet required. please review programming in C with the questions and exercises at http://voyager.

The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 12:00 noon to 12:50PM CIS 66: Introduction to Data Communication and Networking Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. MARK AT311 43306 * CIS -056. Access to the Internet required.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. telecommunication. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. the Web and an individual email address. Course Description: Provides broad-based knowledge and hands-on experience with network security. Overview of connectivity options.deanza. course can help prepare students to pass the CompTIA Security+ Certification exam. Class meets physically Tuesdays 6:00PM to 8:50PM.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-61Y iOS Development (LAB) TBA TBA GOEL. Students must have access to a computer. Course Description: Rudiments of database design. Course Description: The architecture and underlying protocols of the Internet.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Access to the Internet required. The Internet will be examined as a layered product. Course Description: Fundamental concepts of telephony.deanza. Concepts and theories as applied to the specific topic. MOUNJED ONLINE 43276 * CIS -064F-61Y Introduction to Big Data and Analytics (CLAS) 06:00 PM-08:50 PM T MOUSSALEM.deanza. Students must have access to a computer. policies. introduction to SQL. Access to the Internet required. The instructor will be available online Tuesdays 1:30PM to 2:45PM. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 272 and 273. Also. attributes of Big-Data and related issues. RONNEY AT311 CIS 75A: Internet Concepts and TCP/IP Protocols Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Basic understanding of various data modeling techniques. and wide area networking. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to Big-Data deluge.-61Y Network Security (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:50 PM MW SHERBY. Advisory: CIS 26A or CIS 15AG. MANISH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS-055. BEHROUZ ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -075A-64Z: Online course using Catalyst Course Management system. Overview and comparison of database management systems. or ESL 261. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. 35 of 163 2/5/16. 262 and 263. CIS 56: Network Security Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. Security topics include access control. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). The instructor will be available online Mondays 10:00AM to 11:15AM. CIS 64A: Database Management Systems Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. implementation and use. 43276 * CIS -064F-61Y Introduction to Big Data and Analytics (CLAS) TBA TBA MOUSSALEM. Emphasis on analog and digital transmission techniques. Real-time analytics and Predictive analytics. 262 and 263.edu . The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/distance/ .deanza. MARK ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS-056-61Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00PM to 7:50PM. common protocols. TUAN 44162 * CIS -064A-64Z Database Management Systems (LAB) TBA TBA NGUYEN. Emphasis on relational databases.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 10:33 AM . CIS 67B: Introduction to Wide Area Networking Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). application. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. CIS 3 or CIS 50. data communications and networks. 44162 * CIS -064A-64Z Database Management Systems (CLAS) TBA TBA NGUYEN. Course Description: Concepts of communication. network. 44057 CIS -067B-61 Introduction to Wide Area Networking (CLAS) 08:00 PM-09:50 PM MW BATES. TUAN Course Notes (Spring): CIS -064A-64Z: Online Course. physical.auditing and security protocols. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MOUNJED AT204 Course Notes (Spring): CIS-064F-61Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction).deanza. Layers discussed will include mid-level packet delivery and address computation and high-level client/server applications using the TCP/IP Protocol Suite. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.-64Z Introduction to Data Communication and Networking (CLAS) TBA TBA FOROUZAN. management of unstructured and structured data and design of large scale database systems. Introduction to large scale file systems and operations and parallel processing algorithms.-61Y Network Security (LAB) TBA TBA SHERBY. the Web and an individual e-mail address. the Web and an individual email address.-61Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). CIS 108.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: CIS 66. data defenses. 43321 * CIS -066. 43306 * CIS -056.html 43316 * CIS -055. Exploration of optimization in telecommunication. Emphasis on circuitswitching and packet-switching.edu/distance/ ONLINE ONLINE CIS 64F: Introduction to Big Data and Analytics Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Concepts covered include Map-reduce parallel processing algorithms. or ESL 261.-64Z: Online course taught in Catalyst at https://catalyst. BEHROUZ ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -066. local and wide area networks. Class meets physically Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00PM to 7:50PM.edu/distance/ CIS 82Z: Current Topics in Computer Information Systems Unit(s): 4 || Hours: One hour lecture for each unit of credit (12 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). Course Description: A planned program of exposure to fundamental concepts and applications of selected Computer Information Systems topics. or ESL 272 and 273. EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 00447 * CIS -075A-64Z Internet Concepts and TCP/IP Protocols (TBA) TBA TBA FOROUZAN. cryptography.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: CIS 67A. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . CIS 15BG or 22B. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .

Course Description: Fundamentals of Web page design and creation: designing. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Plan controls to proactively mitigate risks. encoding. VALERIE 42103 * CIS -089A-64Z Web Page Development (LAB) TBA TBA TAYLOR. Course Description: Focus is placed on the role of a Project Manager. SUKHJIT E35 Course Notes (Spring): CIS -095A-55L: Class meets for three weekends Apr 9. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter).edu/distance/ ONLINE ONLINE CIS 99: Office Software Applications Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. and management of devices that connect to the Cloud.html 44154 CIS -082Z-01 Current Topics in Computer Information Systems (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW STAFF.-64Z Office Software Applications (CLAS) TBA TBA HOLMES. M AT204 44157 CIS -082Z-04 Current Topics in Computer Information Systems (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh STAFF. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. documenting a Cloud strategy. Apr 23 and Apr 24. 44056 CIS -095B-55L Project Planning and Control .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. or ESL 272 and 273. 44055 CIS -095A-55L Project Management . May 7.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. spreadsheet. and supports conformance. the Web and an individual email address. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . the Web and an individual email address.A Practicum (CLAS) 09:30 AM-05:20 PM Starts: 04/30/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 SU Course Notes (Spring): CIS -095B-55L: Class meets for three consecutive Saturdays and Sundays: Apr 30.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Build a project plan that integrates time. and perform image processing. three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Introduces concepts and hands-on projects using four common office productivity software programs including word processing. Apr 10. Hands-on experience with the elements and tools to set up files. or ESL 272 and 273.-64Z Digital Image Editing Software (Photoshop) (LAB) TBA TBA HOLMES.A Practicum Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). CIS 18A. monitoring. 42532 * CIS -099. and billing. PATRICIA Course Notes (Spring): CIS -098. Students must have access to a computer. selecting a project.A Practicum (CLAS) 08:30 AM-06:20 PM Starts: 04/09/2016 Ends: 04/24/2016 SU SINGH. documentation and tracking of a project using Project Manager Book of Knowledge (PMBOK) Theory. and maintaining pages on the World Wide Web using HTML and CSS. May 1. Apr 16. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 10:33 AM . PATRICIA 42533 * CIS -098. M AT312 CIS 89A: Web Page Development Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). M AT204 44156 CIS -082Z-03 Current Topics in Computer Information Systems (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh STAFF. the administration of Cloud services.deanza. 42103 * CIS -089A-64Z Web Page Development (CLAS) TBA TBA TAYLOR.deanza.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-64Z Office Software Applications (LAB) TBA TBA HOLMES. May 8.-64Z: Online Course with required on campus orientation. or ESL 272 and 273.-64Z Digital Image Editing Software (Photoshop) (CLAS) TBA TBA HOLMES. improves security. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-64Z: Online Course. support. or ESL 261.edu/distance/ 36 of 163 2/5/16. SINGH. Apr 17. May 14.A Practicum Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). manage documents.deanza. Course Description: Digital imaging principles to produce graphics for websites and print. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . resources and communication with cost and quality of work. SUKHJIT E35 CIS 95F: Managing Cloud Projects Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). PATRICIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS-099. Students must have access to a computer. and May 15. VALERIE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -089A-64Z: Online Course. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Create a project scope statement that will act as a basis for creating a project plan.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). standards and protocols for the Cloud. Course Description: Establish the Cloud strategy within a business context and focus on governance issues and business processes. which optimizes expense structure. selecting a team. CIS 95A or equivalent. database and presentation software. SUKHJIT AT311 CIS 98: Digital Image Editing Software (Photoshop) Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. PATRICIA ONLINE 42532 * CIS -099.edu/distance/ ONLINE ONLINE CIS 95A: Project Management . the Web and an individual email address. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . CIS 95B: Project Planning and Control . Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. 43839 CIS -095F-61 Managing Cloud Projects (CLAS) 08:00 PM-09:50 PM TTh SINGH. M AT204 44155 CIS -082Z-02 Current Topics in Computer Information Systems (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW STAFF.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 42533 * CIS -098. 262 and 263.

Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Students may enroll in either CLP 70 or CLP 75.edu/distance/ Click on Syllabus and click on the link to Mark Sherby's syllabus. JOSE AT311 00464 * CIS -170F-61Y Windows Administration (LAB) TBA TBA RUEDA. Access to the Internet required. Course Description: Examine the decision-making process by exploring theories in career development and other factors such as familial. 262 and 263. 10:33 AM . spyware. RANDY MLC112 2/5/16. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www. 00464 * CIS -170F-61Y Windows Administration (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:50 PM TTh RUEDA. related technology and develop skills to enhance the job search process. scan and attack virtual networks. ****** Career Life Planning CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location CLP 70: Self-Assessment Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). buffer overflows. The instructor will be available online Wednesdays 8:00PM to 9:15PM. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. Concepts on how to configure Windows security. analyze log files. test. Learn vulnerabilities found in web browsers.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. manage cookies. This course also helps prepare students to pass the Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) exam. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. privilege escalation. the Web and an individual e-mail address.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. social. 00454 * CIS -108.edu/distance/ 00468 * CLP -070. and cultural issues that influence career and lifestyle choices. install firewalls. 262 and 263. hack and secure systems.-64Z Personal Computer Security Basics (CLAS) TBA TBA SHERBY.-64Z: Online course.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). restrict ports. and cultural perspectives influence the college major and career decision-making process. and organizational structures found in employment settings. Learn to stop hackers. for credit.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . the Web and an individual e-mail address. 41870 37 of 163 CLP -075.-01Y Self-Assessment (TBA) TBA TBA NICKEL. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . SQL injection. Weekly On-Line attendance on Thursday's 6:30 PM to 8:20 PM.deanza. Instructor will be available on-line Thursdays from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. configure. Students must have access to a computer. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. but not both. Weekly On-line attendance on Monday's 6:30 PM to 8:20 PM. skills. The on line portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.) (Students may enroll in either CLP 70 or CLP 75. and an individual email address. Access to the Internet required. MARK ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -108-64Z: FULLY Online Course.-61Y Ethical Hacking (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM Th CARR. Become familiar with career development software. upgrading.edu/distance/ 41365 * CLP -070. or ESL 261.deanza. CIS 66 and 108. or ESL 272 and 273. PAULINE AT103 41365 * CLP -070. MARK ONLINE 00454 * CIS -108. PAULINE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CLP -070. use. Review college major and career myths. or ESL 261. JAMES AT205 43529 * CIS -102. or ESL 272 and 273.deanza. Examine how individual. JAMES ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS-102. DHCP. Additional topics include learning how to use Windows built-in applications.-64Z Personal Computer Security Basics (LAB) TBA TBA SHERBY. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). the purpose and structure of higher education.edu/distance/ ONLINE CLP 75: College Major and Career Options Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter).-64Z Self-Assessment (TBA) TBA TBA CLEM. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter). social engineering. Course Description: Identify your compatible college majors and career options by completing a variety of self-assessment inventories. Implement perimeter defenses. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . DDoS attacks. Course Description: Provides knowledge and skills to setup. one and one-half hours laboratory (66 hours total per quarter).-61Y Self-Assessment (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM M WETHINGTON.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Legal restrictions and ethical guidelines emphasized. Course Description: Beginner's computer security course for small office or home users. Students must have access to a computer. for credit. 262 and 263.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). DNS. Utilize self-assessment inventories to identify individual interests. Class meets physically Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00PM to 7:50PM. web bugs and identity theft. Windows features including installing. CIS 4. backdoors and wireless hacking. CIS 170F: Windows Administration Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture.-01Y Self-Assessment (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM F NICKEL. the Web.-61Y Ethical Hacking (LAB) TBA TBA CARR. but not both. Course Description: Students will scan. social. storage. file sharing. Class meets physically Thursdays 6:00PM to 9:50PM. trojans. and support the Microsoft Windows server and workstation operating systems. network connectivity and subsystems. Active Directory. e-mail and operating systems. values. family. CIS 108: Personal Computer Security Basics Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. footprinting. configuring and troubleshooting will be covered. the Web and an individual email address.html CIS 102: Ethical Hacking Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four hours lecture. ROBERT Course Notes (Spring): CLP -070. Students must have access to a computer. or ESL 261. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.-61Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction).-01Y: Hybrid course with required weekly on-campus attendance on Friday's 10:30 AM to 12:20 PM.deanza.-61Y Self-Assessment (TBA) TBA TBA WETHINGTON. 41333 * CLP -070. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . DONALD ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CLP -070. 43529 * CIS -102. Protect against online purchase dangers. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. The instructor will be available online every Thursday from 4:30PM to 5:45PM. Other topics include intrusion detection. viruses. DONALD AT202 41333 * CLP -070. Students must have access to a computer. JOSE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): CIS -170F-61Y: Hybrid class (partial on line instruction). worms. evaluate wireless networks and examine encryption.-01 College Major and Career Options (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM M CLAROS.61Y: Hybrid course with required weekly on-campus attendance on Monday's from 6:30 PM to 08:20 PM. and personality types as they relate to career/college major options.deanza.

CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location COUN 50: Introduction to College Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. All other meeting times and class assignments will be completed on-line via Catalyst. Starts: 04/08/2016 FU.-42Y Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 04/08/2016 FU. MICHAEL L47 Course Notes (Spring): This class meets first 6 weeks only beginning April 5. In person class meetings will take place on Fridays. or by viewing the class detail. at 1PM to 2:50 PM. W PIERRE. Saturday 8:30am to 3:20pm. at 1PM to 2:50 PM. BARBARA Ends: 04/09/2016 F 43959 COUN-050. W WETHINGTON. RANDY L32 43244 CLP -075. All other meeting times and class assignments will be completed on-line via Catalyst. BARBARA Ends: 04/09/2016 F 43897 COUN-050. policies.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesdays at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. 43966 * COUN-050. April 8 and April 22.-40L Introduction to College (CLAS) 08:30 AM-03:20 PM Starts: 04/08/2016 DAHLKE. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesdays at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM.-04 College Major and Career Options (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CLP 075. MARK Ends: 04/09/2016 S 43958 COUN-050. MELINDA L65 Ends: 04/22/2016 F 43965 * COUN-050. April 8 and April 22. This class is recommended for F1 International Students. BARBARA Ends: 04/09/2016 S Course Notes (Spring): This class meets April 8.-40Y Introduction to College (CLAS) 01:00 PM-02:50 PM 43958 COUN-050.-42Y Introduction to College (CLAS) 01:00 PM-02:50 PM 43967 * COUN-050. MARK Ends: 04/09/2016 F Course Notes (Spring): This class meets April 8.-43Y Introduction to College (CLAS) 01:00 PM-02:50 PM 43960 COUN-050. and college culture. VICTORIA L75 Ends: 04/22/2016 F 43967 * COUN-050. || Formerly: (Formerly COUN 200X.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . BARBARA Ends: 04/09/2016 S Course Notes (Spring): This class meets April 8. degrees. All other meeting times and class assignments will be completed on-line via Catalyst.Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Advisory: Counseling Division orientation workshop. ADRIENNE 41869 01:30 PM-03:20 PM M CLAROS. Friday 12:30am to 5:20pm and April 9. certificates.-42L Introduction to College (CLAS) 08:30 AM-03:20 PM Starts: 04/08/2016 DAHLKE. at 1PM to 2:50 PM. In person class meetings will take place on Fridays.-41L Introduction to College (CLAS) 08:30 AM-03:20 PM L62 L62 Starts: 04/08/2016 GOLDIE. Focus will be on strategies needed for academic success and development of a preliminary Comprehensive Educational Plan. Starts: 04/05/2016 Ends: 05/12/2016 TTh KAKU.-42L Introduction to College (CLAS) 12:30 PM-05:20 PM L64 L64 Starts: 04/08/2016 HUGHES. 10:33 AM . MARK ONLINE Ends: 04/22/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins Friday April 8. TAMARA L63 Ends: 04/22/2016 F 43964 * COUN-050. April 8 and April 22. Saturday 8:30am to 3:20pm.-41Y Introduction to College (CLAS) 01:00 PM-02:50 PM 43959 COUN-050. In person class meetings will take place on Fridays.-41L Introduction to College (CLAS) 12:30 PM-05:20 PM Starts: 04/08/2016 FU.-02 College Major and Career Options (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): CLP -075. This class is recommended for F1 International Students. Starts: 04/08/2016 MORENO. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesdays at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. All other meeting times and class assignments will be completed on-line via Catalyst. MELINDA ONLINE Ends: 04/22/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins Friday April 8.-49 Introduction to College (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM L72 L72 Starts: 04/08/2016 FU. April 8 and April 22. Course Description: An introduction to De Anza College that includes information about programs. Starts: 04/08/2016 DAHLKE. 2013. PAULINE L32 CLP -075. Friday 12:30am to 5:20pm and April 9.04: Class meets on Wednesday's for 12 weeks beginning April 10. at 1PM to 2:50 PM. VICTORIA ONLINE Ends: 04/22/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins Friday April 8. In person class meetings will take place on Fridays. transfer requirements. This class is recommended for F1 International Students. Saturday 8:30am to 3:20pm.-03 College Major and Career Options (CLAS) MLC112 ****** Counseling Important Department Information: For Summer Session: Be sure to check the week the Counseling 200 class starts by clicking on the Course Note icon. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesdays at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. 43897 COUN-050.-40L Introduction to College (CLAS) 12:30 PM-05:20 PM Starts: 04/08/2016 DAHLKE. services. TAMARA ONLINE Ends: 04/22/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins Friday April 8. 38 of 163 2/5/16.02: Class meets Wednesday's for 12 weeks beginning April 10.-43Y Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 04/08/2016 MORENO.-41Y Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 04/08/2016 HUGHES. 43964 * COUN-050. 43965 * COUN-050.-40Y Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 04/08/2016 GOLDIE.deanza.html 43203 CLP -075. MARK L66 Ends: 04/22/2016 F 43966 * COUN-050. Friday 12:30am to 5:20pm and April 9. 2013.

In person class meetings will take place on Friday. the Web and an individual e-mail address. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesday at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.-53 http://ecms.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . PATRICIA L25 Course Notes (Spring): This class meets first 6 weeks only beginning April 5. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ballet and Conditioning Family of activity courses. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesday at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Starts: 06/17/2016 WETHINGTON. ADRIENNE MCC-13 Ends: 06/24/2016 F 43970 * COUN-050. Students must have access to a computer. Students must have access to a computer. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesday at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. All other online portion of class assignments will be conducted via the Catalyst online system. Please see Course Repetition.-64Z Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 06/17/2016 NICKEL.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Starts: 06/17/2016 HUGHES.-71Z Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 06/17/2016 MORENO.-69Z Introduction to College (CLAS) 09:00 AM-10:30 AM 43973 * COUN-050. DONALD ONLINE Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins on Friday June 17.-68Z Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 06/17/2016 PIERRE. MELINDA ONLINE Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins on Friday June 17.-74Z Introduction to College (CLAS) 11:00 AM-12:30 PM Title Time Starts: 06/17/2016 PIERRE. In person class meetings will take place on Friday. Please see Course Repetition. ADRIENNE ONLINE Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins on Friday June 17. PAULINE L74 Ends: 06/24/2016 F 43975 * COUN-050. MELINDA L74 Ends: 06/24/2016 F 43971 * COUN-050. VICTORIA L74 Ends: 06/24/2016 F 43973 * COUN-050. the Web and an individual e-mail address.-64Z Introduction to College (CLAS) 09:00 AM-10:30 AM Starts: 06/17/2016 NICKEL. June 17 and Friday.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. In person class meetings will take place on Friday. the Web and an individual e-mail address. June 24 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 272 and 273.-71Z Introduction to College (CLAS) 01:00 PM-02:30 PM 43975 * COUN-050. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ballet and Conditioning Family of activity courses.-56 Introduction to College (CLAS) MLC110 Course Notes (Spring): This class meets first 6 weeks only beginning April 5. In person class meetings will take place on Friday. June 17 and Friday.html Introduction to College (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM Starts: 04/06/2016 Ends: 05/11/2016 W KAKU. the Web and an individual e-mail address. MICHAEL 04:00 PM-05:50 PM Starts: 04/07/2016 Ends: 05/12/2016 Th BURGOS. June 24 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 43962 COUN-050. Students must have access to a computer. In person class meetings will take place on Friday. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of classical ballet. All other online portion of class assignments will be conducted via the Catalyst online system.-69Z Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 06/17/2016 HUGHES. WARREN PE11U DANC 22L: Theory and Technique of Ballet II Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). PAULINE ONLINE Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins on Friday June 17. 43970 * COUN-050. VICTORIA ONLINE Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): First class meeting begins on Friday June 17. June 24 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 39 of 163 2/5/16. 43968 * COUN-050.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 42607 DANC-022K-01 Theory and Technique of Ballet I (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-022K-01: Equivalent to Level I ballet technique 11:30 AM-12:45 PM MW LUCAS. 43963 COUN-050.deanza. June 17 and Friday.-68Z Introduction to College (CLAS) 05:00 PM-06:30 PM 43971 * COUN-050. Students must have access to a computer. ****** Dance CRN Course Dates/Days Instructor Location DANC 22K: Theory and Technique of Ballet I Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). All other online portion of class assignments will be conducted via the Catalyst online system. DONALD MLC109 Ends: 06/24/2016 F 43968 * COUN-050. including ballet barre and elementary center floor exercises. June 24 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM.-74Z Introduction to College (TBA) TBA Starts: 06/17/2016 WETHINGTON. June 24 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM. June 17 and Friday. 10:33 AM . Students must have access to a computer. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesday at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. WARREN PE11U 42604 DANC-022K-02 Theory and Technique of Ballet I (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-022K-02: Equivalent to Level I ballet technique 09:30 AM-10:45 AM TTh LUCAS. June 17 and Friday. focusing on the development of elementary movement theory and techniques. Repeatability and Families page for more information. the Web and an individual e-mail address. Starts: 06/17/2016 MORENO. Instructor will be available on-line Wednesday at 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. All other online portion of class assignments will be conducted via the Catalyst online system. All other online portion of class assignments will be conducted via the Catalyst online system.

Repeatability and Families page for more information. Course Description: Study and practice of the discipline and creative art of classical ballet. Please see Course Repetition. 10:33 AM . WARREN PE11U DANC 22M: Theory and Technique of Ballet III Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). 44043 DANC-023L-01 Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023L-01: Equivalent to Level I hip-hop dance technique 03:30 PM-04:45 PM MW GALLEGOS.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and muscle awareness. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Social/Cultural Dance Family of activity courses.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: The discipline and creative art of contemporary dance focusing on practice. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 43434 DANC-022M-01 Theory and Technique of Ballet III (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-022M-01: Equivalent to Level III ballet technique 11:30 AM-12:45 PM MW LUCAS. technique. Exposure to great works and artists of the field. or ESL 272 and 273. in two contemporary dance techniques (i.e. focusing on barre and center floor work. 42612 DANC-023A-01 Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance I (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023A-01: Equivalent to Level I contemporary dance technique 09:30 AM-10:45 AM MW GALLEGOS. posture. Dunham). VERNON PE11U DANC 23M: Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop II (Popular American Dance II) Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. Limon. hips. Students will be instructed in one particular contemporary dance technique (i.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). technique.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. theory. Development of a working hip-hop dance vocabulary and performance 40 of 163 2/5/16.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: DANC 23A.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Theory and practice of basic technique. and muscle awareness. Graham Hawkins etc. 42608 DANC-022L-01 Theory and Technique of Ballet II (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-022L-01: Equivalent to Level II ballet technique 11:30 AM-12:45 PM MW LUCAS. posture.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Explorations in the discipline of creative arts through the theory and practice of hip-hop dance intermediate level technique. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of creative arts through hip-hop dance with an integrated fitness approach that focuses on developing the stabilization muscles of the center of the body.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. theory. chest and abdominals will be used in conjunction with breathing. and movement explorations in time and space. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of contemporary modern dance. Graham. 42613 DANC-023B-01 Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance II (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023B-01: Equivalent to Level II contemporary dance technique 09:30 AM-10:45 AM MW GALLEGOS.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Development of a working hip-hop dance vocabulary. Repeatability and Families page for more information. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Ballet and Conditioning Family of activity courses. or ESL 272 and 273.). chest and abdominals will be used in conjunction with breathing. or ESL 272 and 273. VERNON PE11U DANC 23L: Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Prerequisite: DANC 22K.) || Formerly: (Formerly DANC 52M.). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Dance Technique Family of activity courses. motion through space.) || Formerly: (Formerly DANC 53C.deanza. Please see Course Repetition. VERNON PE11U 44046 DANC-023L-02 Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop I (Popular American Dance) (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023L-02: Equivalent to Level I hip-hop dance technique 01:30 PM-02:45 PM TTh GALLEGOS. Please see Course Repetition.) Prerequisite: DANC 22L. and the acquisition of an intermediate working ballet vocabulary. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Social/Cultural Dance Family of activity courses.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. inner and outer thighs. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). with an integrated fitness approach that focuses on developing the stabilization muscles of the center of the body. Course Description: Study and practice of the discipline and creative art of classical ballet. 43428 DANC-023C-01 Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance III (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023C-01: Equivalent to Level III contemporary dance technique 09:30 AM-10:45 AM MW GALLEGOS.html Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Repeatability and Families page for more information. developing a working intermediate dance vocabulary in three contemporary dance techniques (i. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Dance Technique Family of activity courses. and movement explorations in time and space. WARREN PE11U DANC 23A: Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance I Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).e. Concentration will be on muscles of the torso. back. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). VERNON PE11U DANC 23B: Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance II Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). WARREN PE11U 43435 DANC-022M-02 Theory and Technique of Ballet III (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-022M-02: Equivalent to Level III ballet technique 09:30 AM-10:45 AM TTh LUCAS. inner and outer thighs. or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273.e. Graham. Course Description: Study and practice of the discipline and creative art of contemporary dance focusing on practice. Limon.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirements this course meets. combining: traditional techniques center floor work emphasizing alignment/centering.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Please see Course Repetition. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). WARREN PE11U 42605 DANC-022L-02 Theory and Technique of Ballet II (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-022L-02: Equivalent to Level II ballet technique 09:30 AM-10:45 AM TTh LUCAS. Please see Course Repetition. back. Concentration will be on muscles of the torso. Repeatability and Families page for more information. hips.) Prerequisite: DANC 23L. along with the acquisition of a working ballet vocabulary at a beginning level.) Prerequisite: DANC 23A. or ESL 272 and 273. VERNON PE11U DANC 23C: Theory and Technique of Contemporary (Modern) Dance III Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Limon. etc. Exposure to great works and multicultural artists of the field. Repeatability and Families page for more information. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Dance Technique Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition. Repeatability and Families page for more information.

Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles. 43436 DANC-024A-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance I (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T BASILE.) || Formerly: (Formerly DANC 65B. Students will learn the foxtrot. VPA115 DANC 24C: Theory and Technique of Social Dance III Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). 43437 DANC-024B-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance II (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T BASILE. Exposure to great works and multicultural artists of the field. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Social/Cultural Dance Family of activity courses.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. MARIA Course Notes (Spring): DANC-024B-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. VERNON PE11U 44047 DANC-023M-02 Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop II (Popular American Dance II) (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023M-02: Equivalent to Level II hip-hop dance technique TTh GALLEGOS. or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273. 10:33 AM . || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Social/Cultural Dance Family of activity courses. contact Vernon Gallegos at (408) 864-8506 or gallegosvernon@fhda.) Prerequisite: DANC 24B. part two. Repeatability and Families page for more information. 40015 DANC-024C-61 Theory and Technique of Social Dance III (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T BASILE. Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context. Please see Course Repetition. Please see Course Repetition. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Social/Cultural Dance Family of activity courses. Expanded exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of salsa dance. VPA115 DANC 24B: Theory and Technique of Social Dance II Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. contact Vernon Gallegos at (408) 864-8506 or gallegosvernon@fhda. Please see Course Repetition. Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a ballroom context.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.edu DANC 25B: Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance II Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of social dance. rhumba and hustle.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Exposure to basic forms of social dance in a salsa dance context. Entry-level technique. West Coast swing. 44045 DANC-023N-01 Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop III (Popular American Dance III) (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023N-01: Equivalent to Level III hip-hop dance technique 03:30 PM-04:45 PM MW GALLEGOS. samba and waltz.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Social/Cultural Dance Family of activity courses. MARIA VPA115 Course Notes (Spring): DANC-024C-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. posture. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Entry-level technique.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 44044 DANC-023M-01 Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop II (Popular American Dance II) (LAB) 03:30 PM-04:45 PM Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023M-01: Equivalent to Level II hip-hop dance technique MW GALLEGOS. Course Description: Study of the discipline and creative art of social dance.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 41 of 163 2/5/16. 43430 DANC-025A-01 Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance I (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM MW GALLEGOS.) Prerequisite: DANC 24A. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Social/Cultural Dance Family of activity courses.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Please see Course Repetition. with an integrated fitness approach that focuses on developing the stabilization muscles of the center of the body. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). salsa. chest and abdominal muscles will be used in conjunction with breathing. Concentration will be on muscles of the torso. Course Description: Explorations in the discipline of Creative Arts through the theory and practice of hip-hop dance advanced level technique. Experienced-level technique (Social Dance I and II levels required or equivalent). This course provides students with the opportunity to learn the art of this exciting dance craze sweeping dance clubs throughout the world. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) Prerequisite: DANC 23M. This course provides students with the opportunity to learn the art of this exciting dance craze sweeping dance clubs throughout the world. Please see Course Repetition. Students will learn the tango. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles. or ESL 272 and 273. back. MARIA Course Notes (Spring): DANC-024A-61: Social Dance in a ballroom context. Please see Course Repetition. DANC 25A: Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance I Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). East Coast swing and cha cha cha. and muscle awareness. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Social/Cultural Dance Family of activity courses.html skills. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional salsa dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles. For more information. VERNON PE11U 44048 DANC-023N-02 01:30 PM-02:45 PM TTh GALLEGOS. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional social dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dances.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . VERNON PE11U Course Notes (Spring): DANC-025A-01: Salsa Dance. VERNON PE11U Course Notes (Spring): DANC-025A-02: Salsa Dance. VERNON PE11U DANC 23N: Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop III (Popular American Dance III) Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Development of a working hip-hop dance vocabulary and performance skills. Repeatability and Families page for more information.deanza.edu 43432 DANC-025A-02 Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance I (CLAS) 03:30 PM-04:45 PM TTh GALLEGOS. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Students will learn the nite club 2-step. VERNON PE11U Theory and Technique of Hip-Hop III (Popular American Dance III) (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-023N-02: Equivalent to Level III hip-hop dance technique DANC 24A: Theory and Technique of Social Dance I Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). hips. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. or ESL 272 and 273. inner and outer thighs. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Course Description: The art of social dance at the advanced level. mambo. For more information.

and entertainment. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Body conditioning to increase functional range of motion and core muscular strength. 42611 DANC-037B-01 Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance II (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-037B-01: Equivalent to Level II technique 11:30 AM-12:45 PM TTh GALLEGOS. traditions and works of outstanding artists.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. or ESL 272 and 273. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Dance Technique Family of activity courses.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. contact Vernon Gallegos at (408) 864-8506 or gallegosvernon@fhda.) Prerequisite: DANC 37B. Course Description: An intermediate discipline follows on the creative art skills learned in Dance 25A. PAUL E35 Course Notes (Spring): DMT-060A-64Z: Online Course. Exploring the history. space. Consider taking a DMT-100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. PAUL KLINGMAN. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline and creative art of jazz dance. Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance I.edu 43433 DANC-025B-02 Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance II (CLAS) 03:30 PM-04:45 PM TTh GALLEGOS. or ESL 261. 42610 DANC-037A-01 Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance I (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-037A-01: Equivalent to Level I technique 11:30 AM-12:45 PM TTh GALLEGOS. or ESL 272 and 273. 10:33 AM . For more information. and works. WARREN A11 41141 DANC-038A-02 Appreciation of Dance (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh LUCAS. vocabulary at an intermediate level. Please see Course Repetition. 43431 DANC-025B-01 Theory and Technique of Salsa Dance II (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM MW GALLEGOS. 262 and 263. recreation. or ESL 272 and 273. Body conditioning. The practice and development of a working of jazz dance technical. VERNON PE11U DANC 37B: Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance II Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 60.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . shape and motion as related to jazz dance. Course Description: A study of dance as a cultural phenomenon.edu DANC 37A: Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance I Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Course Description: Exploring elements of time. form of communication. and their works.) || Formerly: (Formerly DANC 57C. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). VERNON PE11U Course Notes (Spring): DANC-025B-02: Salsa Dance. or ESL 272 and 273. Body conditioning. space. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Exposure to intermediate forms of social dance in a salsa dance context. For more information. Repeatability and Families page for more information. socialization. VERNON PE11U Course Notes (Spring): DANC-025B-01: Salsa Dance. assemblies and drawings).) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Dance Technique Family of activity courses. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). and practice of elementary jazz dance techniques. and works. six hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). exposure to major international influences. contact Vernon Gallegos at (408) 864-8506 or gallegosvernon@fhda. PAUL E35 44025 * DMT -060A-64Z SolidWorks (Beginning) (LAB) TBA TBA KLINGMAN. PAUL E35 E35 44025 * DMT -060A-64Z SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) TBA TBA KLINGMAN. artistic expression.) Prerequisite: DANC 25A. Developing a working vocabulary of traditional salsa dance movements and an understanding of the cultural and historical contexts that produced the specific dance styles. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 00503 DANC-038A-01 Appreciation of Dance (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM MW LUCAS. Please see Course Repetition.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. artists. Course Description: Exploring elements of time. VERNON PE11U DANC 37C: Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance III Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).edu /distance/ Classroom: E35 42 of 163 2/5/16.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Application of SolidWorks in creating manufacturing models (parts.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. shape and motion as related to jazz dance on a beginning level.html Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Please see Course Repetition. The development of a working vocabulary. This course provides students with the opportunity to learn the art of this exciting dance craze sweeping dance clubs throughout the world. the Web and an individual email address. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Fundamentals of computer-aided design and drafting using SolidWorks software. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Dance Technique Family of activity courses.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of SolidWorks software that will be made available for download free of charge to enrolled students.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) Prerequisite: DANC 37A. 43429 DANC-037C-01 Theory and Technique of Jazz Dance III (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): DANC-037C-01: Equivalent to Level III technique 11:30 AM-12:45 PM TTh GALLEGOS. 44023 44023 DMT -060A-01 DMT -060A-01 SolidWorks (Beginning) (CLAS) SolidWorks (Beginning) (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 09:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh TTh KLINGMAN. exposure to the history of major American artists.deanza. WARREN A11 Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor ****** CRN Location DMT 60A: SolidWorks (Beginning) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Two hours lecture. This course provides students with the opportunity to learn the art of this exciting dance craze sweeping dance clubs throughout the world. VERNON PE11U DANC 38A: Appreciation of Dance Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Exposure to major international influences. artists.deanza.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).

Upon successful completion of the course the student will have the opportunity to earn an Associate Level Certificate from Mastercam. Special emphasis is given to the creation of parts. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MICHAEL E21 DMT 77E: Special Projects In Manufacturing and CNC/NIMS Level 2 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Project type and design will be determined through consultation with the instructor based on Mill Design and Toolpaths. and drawings which are more complex and technically more difficult than those projects found in the course prerequisite. the Web and an individual email address. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 80F. Course Description: Intermediate-level application of Creo Parametric in creating solid models and drawings.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www. || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 56. 44106 DMT -077F-65R Special Projects In Manufacturing and CNC/NIMS Level 3 (TBA) TBA TBA APPIO. Project type and design will be determined through consultation with the instructor based on the National Institute for Metalworking Skills certification program.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . a selected area of Manufacturing and CNC Technology. 44104 DMT -077D-65R Special Projects In Manufacturing and CNC/NIMS Level 1 (TBA) TBA TBA APPIO. Upon successful completion of the course the student will have the opportunity to earn multiple Level 2 NIMS certifications. 4.deanza. Upon successful completion of the course the student will have the opportunity to earn multiple Level 1 NIMS certifications. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 80D. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of SolidWorks software that will be made available for download free of charge to enrolled students. a selected area of Manufacturing and CNC Technology.deanza.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . selected areas of Manufacturing and CNC Technology.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Course Description: Intermediate-level application of SolidWorks in creating and maintaining solid models and drawings. Course Description: Projects advancing student's knowledge and experience in computer numerical control. || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 71. assemblies. Course Description: Projects advancing student's knowledge and experience in computer numerical control and conventional machining. selected areas of Manufacturing and CNC Technology. the Web and an individual email address.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MICHAEL E21 DMT 77F: Special Projects In Manufacturing and CNC/NIMS Level 3 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). PAUL KLINGMAN. 44103 DMT -077A-65R Special Projects In Manufacturing and CNC/Mastercam Certification Level 1 (TBA) TBA TBA APPIO. MICHAEL E21 DMT 77D: Special Projects In Manufacturing and CNC/NIMS Level 1 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). PAUL E35 44028 * DMT -061A-64Z SolidWorks (Intermediate) (LAB) TBA TBA KLINGMAN. and 5 of the Special Projects Contract. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 80E. six hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). 10:33 AM .html DMT 61A: SolidWorks (Intermediate) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Two hours lecture. MICHAEL E21 DMT 77Z: Special Projects in CAD Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). six hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). PAUL E35 E35 44028 * DMT -061A-64Z SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA KLINGMAN. Consider taking a DMT-100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: DMT 60A.edu /distance/ Classroom: E35 DMT 66A: Creo Parametric (Intermediate) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Two hours lecture. 56X and 56Y respectively.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Upon successful completion of the course the student will have the opportunity to earn multiple Level 3 NIMS certifications.deanza. Special emphasis is given to creation and development of new drawings based on preexisting solid models.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: DMT 65A. PAUL E35 Course Notes (Spring): DMT-061A-64Z: Online Course.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Projects advancing student's knowledge and experience in computer numerical control and conventional machining. 44115 * DMT -066A-64Z Creo Parametric (Intermediate) (CLAS) TBA TBA LAMIT. Project type and design will be determined through consultation with the instructor based on the National Institute for Metalworking Skills certification program. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 80A. 44027 44027 DMT -061A-61 DMT -061A-61 SolidWorks (Intermediate) (CLAS) SolidWorks (Intermediate) (LAB) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:20 PM MW MW KLINGMAN. Course Description: Projects advancing student's knowledge and experience in computer numerical control machining using Mastercam CAD/CAM software. Project type and design will be determined through consultation with the instructor based on the National Institute for Metalworking Skills certification program. Consider taking a DMT-100 CAD Lab class for access to the lab. 44105 DMT -077E-65R Special Projects In Manufacturing and CNC/NIMS Level 2 (TBA) TBA TBA APPIO. 43 of 163 2/5/16.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Students will complete project objectives/requirements as determined in 3. Students must have access to a computer with appropriate release of SolidWorks software that will be made available for download free of charge to enrolled students.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 61. GARY E35 Course Notes (Spring): DMT-066A-64Z: Online Course. GARY E35 44115 * DMT -066A-64Z Creo Parametric (Intermediate) (LAB) TBA TBA LAMIT. Course Description: Projects advancing students' knowledge and experience in a selected area of Computer Aided Design.edu /distance/ Classroom: E35 DMT 77A: Special Projects In Manufacturing and CNC/Mastercam Certification Level 1 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).

and clamping practices. and back plotting.html Special Projects in CAD (TBA) TBA TBA KLINGMAN. editing. cutter compensation and canned cycles. drill presses. basic setup and controller function. Mills Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Any DMT 87A-E course. saws. Machine and inspected part set-up for measuring form.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . orientation. MICHAEL ONLINE DMT 87J: CAD/CAM Based CNC Surface Contouring Programming Using Mastercam Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Program entry. JAMES MORI. including tool orientation and compensation and canned cycles. finish and high speed machining.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). Basic mill setups. Lathe Introduction. Horizontal machining center and lathe controller functions. base plate layout. experience in blueprint reading.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 10:33 AM . PAUL E35 DMT 80: Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). supporting. Course Description: Introduction to mill tool path programming using G & M code format. Editing. post-processing and verifying programs. Threads: types. MICAH E24 DMT 92: Applied Geometric Inspection Dimensioning and Tolerancing (ASME Y14. Applications and capabilities of precision measuring tools. Calculation for mill cutter compensation. 44038 44038 DMT -080. Course Description: Introduction to Mastercam three axis mill programming. MICHAEL E23 DMT 87D: CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming Using Mastercam Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). 262 and 263. 262 and 263.00 || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 76D. Machine controller functions and operations. editing.00 || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 76J. 08:00 AM-12:25 PM Lathe Introduction. || Materials Fee: $0. or ESL 261. Course Description: Interpretation of specifications and inspection procedures related to current ASME Y14. or ESL 261. using post-processors to produce word-address format programs.00 || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 75B. MICHAEL E24 DMT 84C: CNC Lathes & Horizontal Machining Centers. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 72. 262 and 263. work coordinate system and use of macros. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) mills: axis moves. define tools and tool paths. Basic manual machine operations: pedestal grinders. used in manufacturing environments to inspect discrete complex parts. DMT 80 or experience in machining processes. Precision inspection techniques. surface and solid modeling. and verification. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 75C.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 44024 DMT -077Z-65R http://ecms. sub programs. Create part geometry. tooling. or ESL 261. Course Description: Manufacturing lab safety. 44039 DMT -084B-55 Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and Operation.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . basic understanding of mills and lathe operations. Fixture Design (CLAS) 08:00 AM-04:40 PM S APPIO. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 71. MATH 210 or equivalent. CNC systems and components including machine controller functions and operations.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: DMT 84A or equivalent with a grade of C or better. Program entry. or ESL 261. Rough. Course Description: Introduction to lathe tool path programming using word address format. Advanced Mills (CLAS) Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 MTWTh APPIO. and work holding. Mills (CLAS) MW NEWELL. MICHAEL E23 TBA TBA APPIO.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Fixture design for mills and lathes. Course Description: Programming for continuous 3-axis contouring on machining centers using wireframe. including coordinate system. 262 and 263. Precision measuring tools and practices. Programming for CNC horizontal machining centers and 4th axis rotary tables. lathes and milling machines. applications and use of taps and dies. Single point threading and Unified thread form classes and measurement. Programming & Operation.deanza. MICHAEL E25 44063 DMT -084A-61 Introduction to Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming 05:30 PM-09:45 PM and Operation.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 44252 * DMT -087D-64Z 44252 * DMT -087D-64Z CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming Using Mastercam (CLAS) CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming Using Mastercam (LAB) 08:00 PM-09:50 PM TTh APPIO. 44101 DMT -084C-01L CNC Lathes & Horizontal Machining Centers. splines.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). Cutter speed and feed calculations. Fixture Design Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). 4th Axis Rotary. JAMES E25 E25 DMT 84A: Introduction to Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and Operation. Advanced mill programming. 44 of 163 2/5/16.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: DMT 84A or equivalent work experience. MATH 210 or equivalent. || Materials Fee: $0. || Materials Fee: $0.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).00 || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 75A. cutters. locating.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Cutting tool insert selection.5m).5 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) standards.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-61 DMT -080. || Materials Fee: $0. Programming & Operation. Course Description: CNC lathe tool path programming using G & M code format.-61 Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes (CLAS) Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes (CLAS) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-09:45 PM MW MW MORI. MATH 210 or equivalent. 44062 DMT -084A-55 Introduction to Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming 08:00 AM-12:15 PM and Operation. 4th Axis Rotary. Mills (CLAS) Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 MTWTh APPIO. 44253 DMT -087J-61 CAD/CAM Based CNC Surface Contouring Programming Using Mastercam (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:45 PM TTh MCELRAVY. including cutting tool selection. Advanced Mills Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Nine hours lecture-laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). MATH 210 or equivalent. CHRISTOPH E23 DMT 84B: Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and Operation. including the computer-aide Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM). and position call outs. Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). setup and operations.

Projects will vary based on the students skill level and the direction of the instructor. 44035 DMT -102.html Applied Geometric Inspection Dimensioning and Tolerancing (ASME Y14.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Use of Manufacturing and CNC Technology labs for additional/advanced projects in DMT 80.Not Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: DMT 202 students must also be enrolled in DMT 84A.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in Creo software.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other Creo courses. Projects will vary based on the students skill level and the direction of the instructor. PAUL E35 DMT 108: CAD Technology Laboratory SolidWorks (Surfaces) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in Creo software.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .Not Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: DMT 201 students must also be enrolled in DMT 80. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in SolidWorks software.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 201.-01 CAD Technology Laboratory SolidWorks (Beginning) (LAB) 09:00 AM-11:50 AM MW APPIO. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on SolidWorks software.-61 CAD Technology Laboratory Creo Parametric (Sheetmetal) (LAB) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM MW KLINGMAN.-01 CAD Technology Laboratory Creo Parametric (Advanced) (LAB) 01:00 PM-03:50 PM MW KLINGMAN. 44042 45 of 163 DMT -202.-01 CAD Technology Laboratory SolidWorks (Surfaces) (LAB) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh LAMIT. || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 101Z. JOSEPH E24 DMT 202: Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/CNC Machining 1 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). 44117 DMT -109. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on Creo software. || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 103Z. || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 109Z. 44033 DMT -101. 44034 DMT -105. Introduction to Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and Operation. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on Creo software. 44036 DMT -108. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other SolidWorks courses.-01 Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/Conventional Machining 02:30 PM-05:20 PM 1 (LAB) MW KENNEDY. Course Description: Use of Manufacturing and CNC Technology labs for additional/advanced projects in DMT 84A. PAUL E35 DMT 102: CAD Technology Laboratory SolidWorks (Beginning) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 44060 DMT -092.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Mills.-61 http://ecms. MIKE E25 DMT 101: CAD Technology Laboratory Creo Parametric (Beginning) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). PAUL E35 DMT 201: Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/Conventional Machining 1 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).-01 CAD Technology Laboratory Creo Parametric (Intermediate) (LAB) 01:00 PM-03:50 PM TTh APPIO. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on Creo software.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . MICHAEL E24 DMT 105: CAD Technology Laboratory Creo Parametric (Advanced) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other Creo courses.-01 Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/CNC Machining 1 (CLAS) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM MW KENNEDY. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in SolidWorks software. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on Creo software.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other SolidWorks courses.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. MICHAEL E35 DMT 103: CAD Technology Laboratory Creo Parametric (Intermediate) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Introduction to Machining and CNC Processes.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) (CLAS) 05:00 PM-07:50 PM TTh TATARAKIS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. 10:33 AM . GARY E35 DMT 109: CAD Technology Laboratory Creo Parametric (Sheetmetal) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .5m). || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 105Z. || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 108Z. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 202.deanza. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other Creo courses. 44040 DMT -201. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in Creo software. Course Description: Self-paced projects and computer based training on SolidWorks software.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. || Formerly: (Formerly CDI 102Z. JOSEPH E25 2/5/16.-01 CAD Technology Laboratory Creo Parametric (Beginning) (LAB) 01:00 PM-03:50 PM TTh KLINGMAN. 44041 DMT -103. Instruction is in the use of CAD technology using projects from other Creo courses. Learning assistance is provided in a designated De Anza center by an approved De Anza instructor who is trained in Creo software.

-02: Field trips outside of scheduled class time will be required for this course. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 203. biology and ecology.deanza. ADA KC113 40612 * E S -001. 44107 DMT -203. ethnic. 10:33 AM .Not Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: DMT 204 students must also be enrolled in DMT 84C. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Programming and Operation.www. TTh MARQUEZ. Projects will vary based on the students skill level and the direction of the instructor. philosophy and ethics. Fixture Design. WILLIAM KC115 00506 E S -001.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Computer-Aided Numerical Control (CNC) Lathes and Horizontal Machining Centers. DANA KC115 44069 E S -001.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Lathe Introduction. and energy use and climate change. politics.-01 Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/CNC Machining 2 (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM MW KENNEDY. Programming and Operation.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 205.-65Z: Video delivered course with online components.-02 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): E S -001. 44109 DMT -205.-05 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): E S -001. TTh STAUDINGER. MARY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): E S -001. the Environment. JOSEPH E21 DMT 205: Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/CAD CAM Programming 1 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).-64Z Introduction to Environmental Studies (TBA) TBA TBA SANDERS.-06: Field trips outside scheduled class time will be required for this course. and the interaction with the environment.html DMT 203: Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/CNC Machining 2 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer.-01 Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/CAD CAM Programming 1 (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM MW KENNEDY. past and present. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Course Description: Use of Manufacturing and CNC Technology labs for additional/advanced projects in DMT 84C. past and present. the Web and an individual email address. ALICIA CHC Course Notes (Spring): LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in Poli 001.-01 Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/CNC Machining 3 (LAB) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM MW KENNEDY.-03 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): E S -001. Course Description: Use of Manufacturing and CNC Technology labs for additional/advanced projects in DMT 84B.edu/impact-aapi/ Contact Kristin Skager at skagerkristin@fhda. CAD/CAM Based Computer Numerical Control Programming Using Mastercam. Students learn how their personal and career choices and actions can protect nature. For more information go to: http://www.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .-65Z Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) TBA TBA POFFENROTH. (One field trip may be required outside of class time. of the various cultural. law and regulation. gender and socioeconomic groups will be explored.-01D Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh DE TORO.edu/linc 00505 E S -001. Course Description: An introductory study of environmental issues. || Formerly: (Formerly MCNC 204.-03: Field trips outside scheduled class time will be required for this course.4SD (CRN #01754). Projects will vary based on the students skill level and the direction of the instructor. natural resource use and conservation. ADRIENNE KC113 43649 E S -001.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . MW ROEDER.-64Z: Video delivered course with online component. JOSEPH E21 DMT 204: Manufacturing and CNC Technology Laboratory/CNC Machining 3 Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).Not Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: DMT 203 students must also be enrolled in DMT 84B.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . and Sustainability Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-04 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): E S -001.edu/distance/ 43618 * E S -001. JANA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): E S -001. JEFFERY KC113 42939 E S -001.deanza.) 46 of 163 2/5/16. reduce energy demands and decrease climate change impacts for the benefit of current and future generations. economics. For more information go to: http://www.edu if you have questions. and management practices.-06 Introduction to Environmental Studies (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): E S -001.deanza.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.) 00504 + E S -001. 44108 DMT -204.deanza. prevent pollution. pollution control and prevention.-05: Field trips outside scheduled class time will be required for this course.Not Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: DMT 205 students must also be enrolled in any DMT 87A-E course. TTh NAKASE. JOSEPH Time Dates/Days Instructor E21 ****** Environmental Studies CRN Course Title Location E S 1: Introduction to Environmental Studies Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Projects will vary based on the students skill level and the direction of the instructor. considering history. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-04: Field trips outside scheduled class time will be required for this course. MW FRISBEE. culture. http://www. (One field trip may be required outside of class time. preserve natural resources. Course Description: Use of Manufacturing and CNC Technology labs for additional/advanced projects in DMT 87A-E. the Web and an individual email address. Environmental worldviews (ethics). Students must have access to a computer. their underlying causes and potential solutions from an interdisciplinary perspective. Advanced Mills. Course Description: A study of human evolution. Topics include current environmental issues related to nature/wildlife preservation. Part of the Impact AAPI Program.edu/distance/ E S 2: Humans. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . including human civilizations. 4th Axis Rotary.deanza.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.

at the Kirsch Center for Environmental Studies. Course Description: Examines Industrial Ecology (applying the lessons of nature to industrial processes. Course Description: An introduction to the academic discipline of Environmental Studies through historical and contemporary analysis of nature-based imagery. Design for the Environment. and California. JEFFERY ONLINE Chemicals and Waste (TBA) Course Notes (Spring): E S -061B-64Z: Video delivered course with online component. LYNN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): E S -003.) 00518 E S -003. For more information go to: http://www.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). and Sustainability (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): E S -002. Students must have access to a computer. Roles of the artist as naturalist. Design for Recycling/Reuse. The strategies include model green building policy and guidelines including LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).deanza. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). if found.edu/distance/ E S 6: Introduction to Environmental Law Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).deanza. then developing and evaluating alternatives to “remediate” (clean up or contain) the contamination found to acceptable levels.-02: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. Green Building.-64Z Imagery of the Environment (CLAS) TBA TBA THORENSEN.deanza. JEFFERY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): E S -006. assessing the impact of construction and buildings on society.-64Z Introduction to Environmental Law (TBA) TBA TBA STAUDINGER. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). natural resources management and preservation. or ESL 272 and 273.-01 Humans. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . the Web and an individual email address. Course Description: An overview of strategies to implement a green building project within your organization.-02 Humans. JEFFERY ONLINE (ESAs) (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): E S -062C-64Z: Video delivered course with online component. Course Description: Examines Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) which are used to assess (prior to their sale or redevelopment/ reuse) industrial. or ESL 272 and 273. assembling a green team. TBA TBA STAUDINGER. 44072 * E S -062C-64Z Environmental Management Tools: Environmental Site Assessments TBA TBA STAUDINGER.deanza. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.html 00513 E S -002. KRIKOR KC112 40999 E S -002. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . LYNN KC239 44012 * E S -003. products and systems) and associated sustainable design concepts. Chemicals and Waste Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter).deanza.edu/distance/ E S 62D: Environmental Management Tools: Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Design Principles Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). For more information go to: http://www.-01 Imagery of the Environment (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): E S -003. addressing the areas of air quality. Explores associated job and career opportunities in these areas. waste management. scientist and conservationist will be explored. Students must have access to a computer. water quality. or ESL 272 and 273. room KC115.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. the Web and an individual email address. 42496 * E S -061B-64Z Environmental Resource Management and Pollution Prevention: Energy. May 14 and Sunday. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required).edu/distance/ E S 58: Introduction to Green Building Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter).-55L Introduction to Green Building (CLAS) 10:30 AM-04:20 PM Starts: 05/14/2016 DEPPEN.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. MW ANDONIAN. Students must have access to a computer.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). principles and tools (Biomimicry. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Explores associated job and career 47 of 163 2/5/16. technical and practical management aspects involved in: 1) producing and using energy and chemicals/chemical products. TTh THORENSEN.-01: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. the Web and an individual email address. the Web and an individual email address. Life Cycle Impact Assessments. Students must have access to a computer.-64Z: Video delivered course with online component. 2) recovering resources from waste materials and 3) disposing of non-recoverable waste materials. Examines the legal. including becoming a Registered Environmental Assessor (REA). Green Chemistry).-55L: This class meets one weekend. 41000 * E S -006. along with international environmental agreements (such as the Kyoto Protocol) and environmental equity concerns.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Course Description: Explores environmental protection (pollution control and prevention) and resource management.-01: Field trips outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. KC115 E S 61B: Environmental Resource Management and Pollution Prevention: Energy.edu/distance/ E S 62C: Environmental Management Tools: Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Saturday. Course Description: An introduction to environmental law and regulation in the U. the Environment.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. (One field trip outside of class may be required for this course. For more information go to: http://www. Also includes examination of Product Stewardship (Extended Producer Responsibility) policies to enhance reuse/recycling efforts and prevent pollution. What those representations indicate about past and present environmental changes will be discussed. Explores associated job and career opportunities.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). energy and land use. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . commercial and “brownfield” sites for significant environmental contamination and. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z: Video delivered course with online component.S. MW ANDONIAN. 10:33 AM . KRIKOR KC112 E S 3: Imagery of the Environment Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Water/Energy/Materials Conservation. 44071 E S -058. focusing on: 1) energy and chemical production and use and 2) prevention and management of solid and hazardous waste. For more information go to: http://www. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . DAVID Ends: 05/15/2016 SU Course Notes (Spring): E S -058. May 15. and an overview of key stakeholders in the construction field. Focus is on the required components of a standard Phase I ESA and associated report generation. as well as visual representation by a diverse range of cultural groups. the Environment. and Sustainability (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): E S -002.

assessing the impact of energy policy on society.-55 Community-Based Coalitions and Stakeholders (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 W DE TORO. April 6 through May 11.) 44014 * E S -070. Topics include walls. glazing (windows).055: This 6-week course meets Wednesdays.-64Z: Video delivered course with online component. Students must have access to a computer. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . an action plan to implement the principles and agreements of the Rio de Janeiro Summit in 1992. and an overview of key stakeholders in the energy field. Course Description: An overview of strategies to assist in preparing an energy management action plan for your organization and staff. including development and implementation of team-building skills and models. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). the Web and an individual email address. E S 69: Energy Reliability and Your Organization Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer. This module introduces the whole building concept and related energy and conservation issues including the building envelope. including identifying and integrating key stakeholders.-64Z The Building Envelope (CLAS) TBA Starts: 05/09/2016 Ends: 06/18/2016 TBA HOLMAN. the Web and an individual email address. ALICIA KC115 Course Notes (Spring): E S -068.html opportunities.-55: This 6-week course meets Wednesdays. 41041 E S -067.-55 Environmental Team-Building (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 W DE TORO. assembling an energy management action team. MASSIMO ONLINE Ends: 06/18/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): E S -070.deanza. or ESL 272 and 273. Examines the seven central themes of Agenda 21 to ensure that all people benefit by the implementation of it regardless of race. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required).-64Z Agenda 21: Blueprint for Sustainability (CLAS) TBA TBA SANDERS. 43669 * E S -063. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: An overview of the field of Energy Management and its importance in today's society. lighting. including future implications.-64Z: This 6-week course begins May 9. 2016.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) 44016 48 of 163 * E S -071.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). administrative guidelines. The strategies include model board policy.) 44013 E S -069. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course. Course Description: An overview of Agenda 21. 41011 * E S -062D-64Z Environmental Management Tools: Industrial Ecology and Sustainable TBA TBA STAUDINGER.-55: This 4-week course begins April 5. or ESL 272 and 273. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Apply the community-based model of collaboration to address environmental case studies. JANA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): E S -063.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 2016. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . E S 68: Community-Based Coalitions and Stakeholders Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). 2016. energy management and controls and renewable energy technologies. the Web and an individual email address.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). May 18 through June 22.-64Z Introduction to Energy Management Technology (CLAS) TBA Starts: 05/09/2016 MANIACI. RONALD KC113 Course Notes (Spring): E S -069. E S 70: Introduction to Energy Management Technology Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). HVAC systems. the largest-ever meeting of 179 nations. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . RICHARD ONLINE 2/5/16. Course Description: Explores the concept of team-building. ethnicity or socioeconomic status. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. ALICIA KC115 Course Notes (Spring): E S -067.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).edu/distance/ E S 63: Agenda 21: Blueprint for Sustainability Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273.edu/distance/ E S 71: The Building Envelope Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course. and discussion of careers and impact on modern culture and society. Video delivered course with online component. or ESL 272 and 273. JEFFERY ONLINE Design Principles (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): E S -062D-64Z: Video delivered course with online component. 10:33 AM . roofing and building skin as well as climatic responsive building design. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . For more information go to: http://www.deanza. For more information go to: http://www. or ESL 272 and 273. Field trips may be required for this course. Course Description: An introduction to the building shell as the primary physical component of any facility which controls energy flow between the interior and exterior of the building.edu/distance/ E S 67: Environmental Team-Building Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). Apply those team-building skills and models developed to address environmental case studies. 41043 E S -068. Students must have access to a computer. doors. For more information go to: http://www.deanza. The goal is to develop a qualitative and analytical understanding of the thermal performance of major building envelope components.-55 Energy Reliability and Your Organization (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM Starts: 04/05/2016 Ends: 04/26/2016 T WHEELEHAN. Course Description: Explores the concept of environmental community-based coalitions in the 21st Century.

reducing heat losses from the system. 77Y.) 44073 * E S -073.-64Z Energy Star Products (CLAS) TBA Starts: 05/09/2016 WHEELEHAN.edu/distance/ E S 75: Electric Power Systems Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). Course Description: An introduction to electric power systems. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course.edu/distance/ E S 76: Energy Star Products Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer. the Web and an individual email address. For more information go to: http://www. the Web and an individual email address. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Students must have access to a computer.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Students must have access to a computer.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Transfer of E S 77X. 44019 E S -076A-55 Solar Thermal Systems (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM Starts: 05/03/2016 Ends: 05/24/2016 T MANIACI. Students must have access to a computer. 2016. and 77Z units is determined by the receiving school. and wiring. MASSIMO KC113 Course Notes (Spring): E S -076A-55: This 4-week class begins Tuesday. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z Electric Power Systems (CLAS) TBA Starts: 05/09/2016 CELIO. Course Description: Examines the opportunities for lowering energy consumption through energy-efficient motors and motor controls. RICHARD ONLINE Ends: 06/18/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): E S -075. For more information go to: http://www. E S 77Z: Special Projects in Environmental Studies Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). and reduce unscheduled outages. RONALD ONLINE Ends: 06/18/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): E S -076. increase equipment life. including solar. 44017 * E S -076. Video delivered course with online component. E S 77Y: Special Projects in Environmental Studies Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). industrial and residential equipment and appliances that reduce energy consumption and save money.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).html Course Notes (Spring): E S -071.-64Z: This 6-week course begins May 9. Video delivered course with online component. For more information go to: http://www.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. ALICIA TBA Course Notes (Spring): E S -077X-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. and utilizing waste heat sources and renewable energy technologies. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course. Course Description: An introduction to Energy Star products including high efficiency. Course Description: Individual research in environmental studies. improve voltage to equipment. Outside reading and written report required. high performance commercial. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 272 and 273. 2016. Video delivered course with online component.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 49 of 163 2/5/16. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor.edu/distance/ E S 76A: Solar Thermal Systems Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z: This 6 week course starts the week of May 9. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. distribution panels. 10:33 AM .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). the Web and an individual email address.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Power systems analysis.-64Z Electric Motors and Drives (CLAS) TBA Starts: 05/09/2016 CELIO. For more information go to: http://www. 2016. May 3. 2016. including an introduction to the technology of high efficiency motors and variable frequency drives. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). reducing hot water use and water temperatures. or ESL 272 and 273. focusing on distribution components such as transformers.deanza. Course Description: An overview of solar thermal systems including water heating technologies which reduce energy use to generate hot water including maintaining equipment and insulation. RICHARD ONLINE Ends: 06/18/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): E S -073. Emphasis will be placed on opportunities within a facilities distribution system to save energy. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and lower electric bills will be discussed. reduce power losses. E S 77X: Special Projects in Environmental Studies Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. Outside reading and written report required. and record keeping techniques will be discussed. and 77Z units is determined by the receiving school. switch gear. preventive maintenance.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 42497 E S -077X-65R Special Projects in Environmental Studies (TBA) TBA TBA DE TORO. Transfer of E S 77X. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required).deanza. ALICIA TBA Course Notes (Spring): E S -077Y-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project.edu/distance E S 73: Electric Motors and Drives Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. the Web and an individual email address.deanza.) 44074 * E S -075. Techniques to increase current carrying capacity. 77Y. 42498 E S -077Y-65R Special Projects in Environmental Studies (TBA) TBA TBA DE TORO. or ESL 272 and 273. Video delivered course with online component.deanza.-64Z: This 6-week course begins May 9.-64Z: This 6-week course begins May 9. Course Description: Individual research in environmental studies.

Interpretive techniques utilized in environmental education will be reviewed. an institution.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course. and programmable thermostats. In this course the student will be engaged in an internship in business. and 26 .. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. Course Description: A volunteer or work experience internship.) 44075 E S -078. and fuel cells. 14. April 7.-55 Renewable and Alternative Energy Systems (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM Starts: 04/05/2016 Ends: 04/26/2016 T Course Notes (Spring): E S -079. Course Description: Individual research in environmental studies.55: This 4-week class meets four Tuesdays. ALICIA TBA Course Notes (Spring): E S -077Z-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. Life-cycle cost comparisons between renewable energy systems and conventional power generation and the added potential of reducing peak power demand will be emphasized. 12.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. as well as control systems to reduce peak electrical demand will be discussed. or ESL 272 and 273. Class meets on one Friday.) 44151 E S -085A-95 California Native Plants and Animals (CLAS) 08:30 AM-04:20 PM Starts: 04/07/2016 MARTINEZ. DIANNA ESA Ends: 05/12/2016 F 44151 E S -085A-95 California Native Plants and Animals (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM Starts: 04/07/2016 MARTINEZ. WILLIAM KC113 E S 85A: California Native Plants and Animals Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). April 7. WILLIAM KC239 44094 E S -095B-56L Environmental Studies Internship (CLAS) 10:30 AM-06:20 PM ROEDER. 42499 E S -077Z-65R Special Projects in Environmental Studies (TBA) TBA TBA DE TORO. DIANNA ESA Ends: 05/12/2016 Th 44151 E S -085A-95 California Native Plants and Animals (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM Starts: 04/07/2016 MARTINEZ. industry. Transfer of E S 77X. ROEDER. E S 78: Energy Management Systems and Controls Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). April 22.) 44076 E S -079. DIANNA ESA Ends: 05/12/2016 Th Course Notes (Spring): E S -085A-95: This class meets on 4 Thursdays. and 77Z units is determined by the receiving school. RICHARD KC113 Course Notes (Spring): E S -078.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . 19. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 8:30-4:20 p.-55: This 4-week course meets on four Thursdays. Topics include photovoltaic power systems. Field trips may be required for this class. Field trips may be required for this class. 77Y. government. Computer-based energy management systems. photocells.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .m. Course Description: An introduction to the potential for renewable and alternative energy systems when adding power generation capacity for a site or large facility. DIANNA ESA Ends: 05/12/2016 Th 44151 E S -085A-95 California Native Plants and Animals (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM Starts: 04/07/2016 MARTINEZ. DIANNA ESA Ends: 05/12/2016 S 44151 E S -085A-95 California Native Plants and Animals (CLAS) 08:30 AM-04:20 PM Starts: 04/07/2016 MARTINEZ. 44077 E S -095B-55L Environmental Studies Internship (CLAS) 10:30 AM-04:20 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 SU Course Notes (Spring): E S -095B-55L: This weekend class meets six weeks beginning April 9. wind energy systems. cultural and socioeconomic groups will be explored. April 5. 50 of 163 2/5/16. occupancy sensors.deanza. 28 and May 12 from 9:30-11:20. or ESL 272 and 273. ROEDER. and one Saturday. Prepares students to lead tours of the Cheeseman Environmental Study Area (ESA). E S 95B: Environmental Studies Internship Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter) under the supervision of the instructor and the internship personnel.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Course Description: Describes the most commonly used controls and energy management systems in commercial and institutional applications. May 7.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 14. or ESL 272 and 273. 8:30-4:20 p. E S 79: Renewable and Alternative Energy Systems Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter).m.html Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. (Field project required. Field trips may be required for this class. Outside reading and written report required. including time clocks. Field trips may be required for this class. (One out-of-class field trip may be required for this course. 21 and 28. 10:33 AM . Course Description: Environmental education and interpretative methods focusing on the native plants and animals of California with an emphasis on local case studies and endangered species. WILLIAM KC239 Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/25/2016 U Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/25/2016 S Course Notes (Spring): E S -095B-56L: This class meets six weeks beginning May 16. as well as simple controls. WILLIAM KC239 44094 E S -095B-56L Environmental Studies Internship (CLAS) 10:30 AM-06:20 PM ROEDER. or a non-governmental organization related to the student's field of study. or ESL 272 and 273. Topics will include complex automatic systems for major energy-consuming equipment.-55 Energy Management Systems and Controls (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM Starts: 04/07/2016 Ends: 04/28/2016 Th HOLMAN. Teaching environmental education and interpretive techniques to various ethnic. outdoor lab.

NINOS S56 42722 ECON-001.-61 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh ANDERSON. Students must have access to a computer. RAVJEET S55 41942 ECON-001.deanza. 43289 ECON-001. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements 00568 ECON-001. macroeconomic equilibrium. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements S56 00589 ECON-002.-01 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWTh THOMAS.-03 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh SINGH. STEPHEN S56 40525 * ECON-001. NINOS S56 00587 ECON-002. pricing of output and factors of production. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.-06 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh MALEK.-08 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh SESHADRI.-05 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh SINGH.-61 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh KOSHIN.-02 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh THOMAS.-09 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh MALEK. 10:33 AM .-65Z Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) TBA TBA UY-BARRETA. NINOS S56 00575 ECON-001. MONIKA S56 00586 ECON-002. monetary and fiscal policy. MONIKA Course Notes (Spring): Econ-002. classical macro theory. ELIZABETH Course Notes (Spring): ECON-001. RAVJEET S55 00582 ECON-002.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-64Z Principles of Macroeconomics (TBA) TBA TBA BURNS.-07 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh SINGH. money and the banking system.deanza. MONIKA S56 Course Notes (Spring): ECON-001. CHARLES S55 43848 ECON-001. JUDITH S55 00573 ECON-001.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.02S This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility.) Prerequisite: MATH 212 or equivalent.-63 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Th BLOHM.-12 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh MALEK. the allocation of resources and the production function.) (Not open to students with credit in ECON 2H.-04L Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM F BRADY. M S56 40371 ECON-001.edu/distance/ ONLINE 43849 ONLINE * ECON-001.html ****** Economics CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location ECON 1: Principles of Macroeconomics Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-05S Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh THOMAS. NINOS S56 00571 ECON-001.-06 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW SINGH.-64Z: Online Course. CHARLES 00590 ECON-002.-04 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh WEST. the Web and an individual email address. RAVJEET S55 41833 ECON-002. the distribution of wealth and income. MATH 114 or equivalent.-02S Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh THOMAS.-64Z Principles of Microeconomics (TBA) TBA TBA BURNS. Course Description: An introductory course focusing on choices of individual economic decision-makers.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. RAVJEET S55 40168 ECON-001. money and the price level.international trade and economic growth. YULIA S55 43385 ECON-001. TRIYAKSHANA 43290 ECON-002. consumer motivations and behavior. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. DON ECON 2: Principles of Microeconomics Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).05S This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. Examines fundamental microeconomic issues. ELIZABETH Course Notes (Spring): ECON-002. ABDULLAHI 40526 * ECON-002.-10 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM TTh ANDERSON.) Prerequisite: MATH 212 or equivalent.deanza.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.-62 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM MW YUKINA.-08 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW THOMAS.-03 Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh MALEK. the Web and an individual email address. 00584 ECON-002. Students must have access to a computer. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) (Not open to students with credit in ECON 1H. Topics covered will include market systems.-11 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW STAFF.-07 Principles of Macroeconomics (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh WEST. MONIKA S56 00574 ECON-001. the nature and behavior of business firms and markets under various degrees of competition and market failure. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/distance/ 51 of 163 MCC-10 S55 MLC110 ONLINE 2/5/16. JOHN S55 00569 ECON-001. aggregate measures of economic activity including national income accounting. Keynesian macro theory. MATH 114 or equivalent. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. MONIKA S56 41832 ^ ECON-001.-64Z: Online Course. JUDITH S55 00588 ^ ECON-002. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Course Description: An introduction to macroeconomics focusing on aggregate economic analysis.

Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and historical point of view. Students must have access to a computer. KARL E36 EDUC 74: Early Childhood Mental Health Seminar and Fieldwork Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture. Standard 4b. including those with exceptional emotional. III. integers and integral number theory. NBPTS Early Childhood/Generalist Standard I. Course Description: Intensive study of poetry. and measurement.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. modeling. RACHEL TALAMANTEZ. reading.edu/distance/ S56 ONLINE ****** Education CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location EDUC 46: Mathematics for Elementary Education Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). social. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Throughout the course students will experience the learning of mathematics in a way that models how they can create an active learning environment for their future students. and problem solving of real-world situations.-02 Introduction to Fiction (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM MW QUINN.m. mathematical reasoning and problem solving strategies. discussion and analysis of structure and meaning in selected novels and short stories. KENNETH MLC105 ELIT 19: Introduction to the Bible as Literature Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-01 Introduction to Fiction (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh CAPARAS. RACHEL Time Dates/Days Instructor CD2-28 TBA ****** English/Literature CRN Course Title Location ELIT 10: Introduction to Fiction Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. cultural. please send an email to delaneyanthony@fhda.-01Y Introduction to the Bible as Literature (TBA) TBA TBA DELANEY. Course Description: An introduction to the study of the Bible.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.m.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.2:20 p. 43609 EDUC-046. If you have a conflict with the online times. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. for credit. 5 and 8.-01Y Introduction to the Bible as Literature (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM W DELANEY.-27 Mathematics for Elementary Education (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh SCHAFFER.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. Access to the Internet is required.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). with consideration of its influence on our culture. three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as C D 74. Greek New Testament. and analysis of structure and meaning in selected poems. cultural. Selected readings from Hebrew Bible. in MCC-10.-61 Early Childhood Mental Health Seminar and Fieldwork (CLAS) Early Childhood Mental Health Seminar and Fieldwork (LAB) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TBA M TBA TALAMANTEZ.-65Z Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) TBA TBA UY-BARRETA. IX.) 43614 43614 EDUC-074. 52 of 163 2/5/16.edu. or a qualifying score on Intermediate Algebra Placement Test within the past calendar year.-61 EDUC-074. and CEC Special Education Content Standards. (This course meets NAEYC Standard 3. Course Description: Intensive study of fiction. theory of sets. or physical needs. but not both. the Web and an individual email address. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . in English. Course Description: Provides an overview of different approaches to early identification and intervention with children and their families and will help students develop basic support skills for use in dealing with high-risk families.-01 Introduction to Poetry (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW WEISNER. Students may enroll in either department.html Principles of Microeconomics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM MW KOSHIN. The main topics in the course include the origins of mathematics. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as MATH 46. An introduction to the discipline of mathematics as the use of logical. ELIT 21: Women in Literature Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). DON Course Notes (Spring): ECON-002. ROSEANNE MLC105 L46 ELIT 11: Introduction to Poetry Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 00607 ELIT-010. ANTHONY MCC-10 44167 * ELIT-019. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. . and Apocrypha. Course Description: Designed for prospective elementary and middle school teachers. This class physically meets on Wednesdays from 12:30 p. or ESL 272 and 273. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Standards 4. 10:33 AM .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . for credit. quantitative. ABDULLAHI 43294 * ECON-002. Course Description: Intensive study of representative literary works by or about women including an analysis of different historical. from a literary. 44166 ELIT-011. ANTHONY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): ELIT-D019-01Y: Hybrid course.-65Z: Online Course. but not both. discussion. Students may enroll in either department. and spatial reasoning in the abstraction. This class also meets online on Mondays from 12:30 . FRANCESCA 44165 ELIT-010.2:20 p. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. and critical perspectives.-65 http://ecms.) Prerequisite: MATH 114 with a grade of C or better. rational numbers and proportion. reading. or ESL 272 and 273.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 40997 ECON-002.deanza.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.m. 44167 * ELIT-019. real numbers and decimal notation. VI.

Beckett. gender. JUDITH MLC270 ELIT 22: Mythology and Folklore Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Browning. Determination of centroids and moments of inertia and the effects of dry friction. historic. 00619 ELIT-046C-01 Major British Writers (Victorian and Modern) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh HEARN. 00614 ELIT-022. MANIZHEH ZAND.-01 Asian Pacific American Literature (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW CAPARAS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.html 00613 ELIT-021.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. and sexuality.) Prerequisite: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Yeats. Pynchon. 1914-the Present) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Cisneros. or ESL 272 and 273. Hemingway.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ENGR 10. Hurston. students will explore and analyze identity issues related to complexities of identity as it relates to class.-01 Statics (CLAS) Statics (LAB) 03:30 PM-04:45 PM 05:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh TTh MANICKAM. for credit. Wilde. 42886 42886 53 of 163 ENGR-035. Carver.-01 ENGR-035. five hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. mixed heritages. Eliot. Conrad. Exposure to several engineering disciplines through problem solving for the purpose of providing information to assist students in a choice of major. SATHISH S11 S11 2/5/16.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. KIM Time Dates/Days Instructor MLC270 ****** Engineering CRN Course Title Location ENGR 10: Introduction to Engineering Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture. MANIZHEH ZAND. but not both. Barrett Browning. data analysis. Swift. Williams. 10:33 AM . Vonnegut. Fitzgerald.-01 ENGR-010.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). JULIE MLC270 ELIT 46C: Major British Writers (Victorian and Modern) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-01: Also listed as WMST021-01. and O'Neill.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. SATHISH MANICKAM. Johnson. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Wright. RENEE G9 ELIT 24: Asian Pacific American Literature Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh HUBBARD. Stevens.deanza. Sexton. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Hardy.-01 Mythology and Folklore (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh NELSON.-01 ENGR-010. Wordsworth. literature. Joyce. Arnold.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Prerequisite: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Prerequisite: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Plath. Dickens. Montagu. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Ellison. 42842 ELIT-024. FRANCESCA MLC109 ELIT 46B: Major British Writers (Neo-Classical and Romantic) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Course Description: An introduction to engineering design through a variety of projects. Course Description: Reading and critical response to representative works by major writers such as the Brontes. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and development of computer skills. Tennyson. including experimentation. 00620 ELIT-048C-01 Major American Writers (The Modern Age. 1914-the Present) (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh PALMORE.-01 Women in Literature (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ELIT-021. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ICS 24. Percy and Mary Godwin Shelley. MANIZHEH S48 S48 S48 ENGR 35: Statics Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. Programming computer solutions. Keats. MATH 1B and PHYS 4A. Course Description: Reading and critical response to representative works by major writers such as Pope.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-01 Introduction to Engineering (CLAS) Introduction to Engineering (LAB) Introduction to Engineering (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTW Th MTW ZAND. Behn. Through readings in twentieth and twenty-first century works. Course Description: Introduction to Asian Pacific American literature. politics and the history of Asian American activism and resistance to cultural marginalization. Course Description: An intercultural survey of prehistoric. MATH 210 or equivalent. Hughes. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . LYDIA MQ-3 ELIT 48C: Major American Writers (The Modern Age. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Hopkins. 41882 41882 41882 ENGR-010. Eliot. Wilson. Lawrence. and the Bronte sisters. Austen. or ESL 272 and 273. Vector solutions for concentrated and distributed loads. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . O'Connor. or ESL 272 and 273. Students may enroll in either department. Course Description: Principles of statics as applied to particles and rigid bodies in two and three dimensions. Woolf and Auden. 42784 ELIT-046B-01 Major British Writers (Neo-Classical and Romantic) (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW PESANO. and diversity of cultures and experiences within the Asian Pacific American community. and contemporary world mythology and folklore which examines the relationship between a culture's myths and folktales and its art. Morrison.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. and social values. Course Description: Reading and critical analysis of representative works by major writers such as Faulkner. or ESL 272 and 273. Coleridge.

BRENNAN KC239 54 of 163 2/5/16.-03 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001.-08: Field trips may be required for this class.html ENGR 37: Introduction to Circuit Analysis Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . DANA KC115 42937 ESCI-001. Course Description: An introduction to environmental science as a branch of the sciences and its relation to the scientific field including the scientific method. 12:30 PM-03:20 PM T MCCLUSKEY.edu/distance/ ESCI 1L: Environmental Science Laboratory Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Applications of scientific. 12:30 PM-03:20 PM Th WENCK-REILLY.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. MIRIAM KC115 42935 ESCI-001. JOSHUA KC239 43457 ESCI-001L-06 Environmental Science Laboratory (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001L-06: Field trips may be required for this class.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MATH 1D.deanza.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-01: Field trips outside class may be required for this class.deanza. ADRIENNE KC113 40255 ESCI-001. 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW MARTIN. 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh DE TORO. MIRIAM KC115 43446 ESCI-001. JOSHUA KC239 40257 ESCI-001L-02 Environmental Science Laboratory (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001L-02: Field trips may be required for this class. JOSHUA KC120 43783 ESCI-001L-07 Environmental Science Laboratory (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001L-07: Field trips may be required for this class. ALICIA KC113 41030 ESCI-001.-07: Field trips outside of class may be required for this class. atmosphere. Course Description: Introduction to the analysis of lumped. JOSHUA KC239 43051 ESCI-001L-05 Environmental Science Laboratory (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001L-05: Field trips may be required for this class. 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh MARQUEZ. ethnic and gender groups will be explored. Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required).-05: Field trips outside of class may be required for this class. BRENDAN Time Dates/Days Instructor S48 ****** Environmental Science CRN Course Title Location ESCI 1: Environmental Science Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW FRISBEE. 10:33 AM . 40256 ESCI-001L-01 Environmental Science Laboratory (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001L-01: Field trips may be required for this class. lithosphere and biosphere and the impact on cultural. Students must have access to a computer. 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW MARTIN.-01 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001.-06: Field trips outside of class may be required for this class. 10:30 AM-01:20 PM Th MCCLUSKEY. (One-day field trip outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh NAKASE. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 09:30 AM-12:20 PM M MCCLUSKEY.-02: Field trips outside class may be required for this class.-03: Field trips outside class may be required for this class.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh STAFF. 12:30 PM-03:20 PM M DE TORO. bilateral circuits. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . JANA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001. 10:30 AM-01:20 PM W MCCLUSKEY.-08 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001.) Prerequisite: ESCI 1 (may be taken concurrently). natural and forced response of simple circuits.) 40254 ESCI-001. ADA KC112 43573 ESCI-001. Basic equations. For more information go to: http://www. landscape ecology.-04: Field trips outside class may be required for this class.-07 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001. the Web and an individual email address. sustainable studies and ecosystem management.-64Z: Video delivered course with online component. environmental.-02 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001. elementary network differential equations.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. linear. PHYS 4B (may be taken concurrently). concepts and terminology of the environmental sciences and ecological literacy including restoration ecology. ALICIA KC120 40699 ESCI-001L-04 Environmental Science Laboratory (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001L-04: Field trips may be required for this class. M KC120 43447 ESCI-001. JOSHUA KC239 44089 ESCI-001L-03 Environmental Science Laboratory (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001L-03: Field trips may be required for this class. Development of steady state sinusoidal circuit analysis for the network differential equations. 02:30 PM-06:20 PM W WENCK-REILLY. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Review of the principles. 12:30 PM-03:20 PM M MCCLUSKEY.-06 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001. Agenda 21 and other environmental indicator tools as they relate to human use of the earth's systems including the hydrosphere.-61 Introduction to Circuit Analysis (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh HAMEL-BISSELL. BRENNAN KC113 44087 * ESCI-001. Course Description: An introduction to environmental science as a branch of the sciences including the scientific method and its relation to the scientific field in a laboratory and field setting.-04 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001.-64Z Environmental Science (CLAS) TBA TBA SANDERS.-05 Environmental Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-001. 41883 ENGR-037. ecological and sustainability principles as they relate to human societies will be explored.

-64Z Environmental Biology (CLAS) TBA TBA POFFENROTH.) Students must have access to a computer.-01L Wildlife Corridor Technician: Wildlife Tracking and Landscape Linkages 09:30 AM-03:20 PM for California (LAB) F SRINIVASAN. community-based conservation techniques applied to develop practical problem-solving approaches to the biodiversity crisis including habitat fragmentation.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 16.-65Z: Online course with video component and required on-campus lab and exams. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). In addition cultural. Applies these plant survey techniques to assist in the preservation. the biodiversity crisis. 44092 ESCI-055. Course Description: Wildlife tracking and landscape linkages field studies lab course exploring wildlife movement.-61: Field trips are required for this course. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. NEELA KC113 ESCI 61: Introduction to Photovoltaic (PV) Technology Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). Videos streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required. ecosystems and landscape connectivity statewide.-62: Field trips are required for this class. 19.-65Z Environmental Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM W MARTIN. Course Description: Examines the plant survey techniques and plant community ecology principles utilized in wildlife corridor design. MIRIAM KC120 Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-019. ecosystem (adaptive) management and the urban-wildlife interface. species. Videos streamed to the desktop (high-speed Internet connection required. SHARENE MARTINEZ. or ESL 272 and 273. NEELA KC239 ESCI 56: Wildlife Corridor Technician: Plant Survey Techniques Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter).-62 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 42493 ESCI-019.-61 Environmental Biology (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-019. April 5. 26.-65Z Environmental Biology (CLAS) TBA TBA POFFENROTH. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. preservation or restoration.-61 Environmental Biology (CLAS) 00633 ESCI-019. KRIKOR Ends: 04/30/2016 S 44127 ESCI-056. For more information go to http://deanza. Review of the principles of environmental biology. ecological and functional diversity of life on Earth. Contemporary bio-conservation issues will be explored and adaptive. 12. RYAN PHILLIPS.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. human population and the impacts on all cultural. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: An introduction to conservation biology as a branch of the environmental sciences with particular focus on maintaining genetic. MARY ONLINE 44067 * ESCI-019.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.deanza. KC120 KC239 ESCI 58: Wildlife Corridor Technician: Wildlife Tracking and Landscape Linkages for California Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). and three Saturdays. 10:33 AM . RYAN KC112 KC120 ESCI 55: Wildlife Corridor Technician: Corridor Design Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). (Off-campus field trips will be required. MARY ONLINE 44068 * ESCI-019. Applies the wildlife tracking principles and techniques as well as relevant state and federal legislation and policy to an actual statewide corridor case study to assist in the preservation. A Wildlife Linkage for the Highway 101 Corridor.-01 Conservation Biology (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-030. 23. data collection and analysis and in the Central Coast Region of California as part of the first large scale statewide landscape connectivity study conducted by the Wildlife Corridor Technician (WCT) Program.) 00633 ESCI-019. KRIKOR Ends: 04/30/2016 W Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-056. protection and restoration of native species. 55 of 163 2/5/16.-01: Field trips are required for this course. April 9. 44127 ESCI-056. Environmental Studies Department. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. protection and restoration of native species and ecosystems.edu/distance/ ESCI 30: Conservation Biology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. Field trips are required for this class. DIANNA KC115 KC120 42493 ESCI-019. ecology and conservation as they relate to natural resource use. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 05:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh Th VOELKEL.-01 Conservation Biology (CLAS) 42090 ESCI-030. economic and philosophical aspects of biodiversity conservation will be explored.-64Z: Online course with video component and required on-campus lab and exams. or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273. De Anza College. incorporating the principles and challenges of corridor ecology. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).-64Z Environmental Biology (LAB) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM M MARTIN. pollution. the Web and an individual email address.edu/distance/ 44068 * ESCI-019. For more information go to http://deanza.html ESCI 19: Environmental Biology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Course Description: An introduction to environmental biology as a branch of the environmental sciences and its relation to the scientific field.-55 Wildlife Corridor Technician: Plant Survey Techniques (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM Starts: 04/05/2016 ANDONIAN. DIANNA KC115 KC120 44067 * ESCI-019.) Students must have access to a computer. ethnic and gender groups. 03:30 PM-05:20 PM 05:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh T VOELKEL. SHARENE MARTINEZ. the Web and an individual email address. 40259 ESCI-058.-01 Wildlife Corridor Technician: Corridor Design (CLAS) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM W SRINIVASAN. or ESL 272 and 273. A User's Guide to Protecting Highway Crossings for Wildlife While Connecting California's Students with Science and Nature. MIRIAM KC120 Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-019. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . habitat utilization.-62 Environmental Biology (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-019. (Field trip outside of scheduled class time may be required for this course. entitled: Safe Passage for Coyote Valley.) 42090 ESCI-030. protection and restoration of native species and ecosystems.-55 Wildlife Corridor Technician: Plant Survey Techniques (CLAS) 09:30 AM-04:20 PM Starts: 04/05/2016 ANDONIAN. and 30. 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 11:30 AM-02:20 PM TTh T PHILLIPS. Applies the principles of wildlife corridor design to assist in the preservation.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-55: Class meets four Tuesdays. Course Description: Examines the process of wildlife corridor (connectivity) design in the 21st century.

and well-developed essays. system size requirement and design. identification and migration. ALICIA TBA Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-077X-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. RYAN KC112 Ends: 06/04/2016 S 44093 ESCI-092.-01 Advanced Composition and Reading (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM MW TRACEY. Students must attend both class sessions. Outside reading and written report required.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 77X and 77Y units is determined by the receiving school. 10:33 AM . Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. behaviors. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and literary texts representing culturally diverse perspectives. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . breeding biology. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. Good introductory course for students considering the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) certification program.55: This two-day class meets on Thursday. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . RIDHA KC112 ESCI 77: Special Projects in Environmental Science Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). 77X and 77Y units is determined by the receiving school.) Prerequisite: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 56 of 163 2/5/16.-55 Santa Clara County Field Studies: Raptors (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM Starts: 06/02/2016 PHILLIPS. class meets at a field site. Practice of the techniques of expository. Transfer of ESCI 77. Transfer of ESCI 77.-65R Special Projects in Environmental Science (TBA) TBA TBA DE TORO. 44096 ESCI-077X-65R Special Projects in Environmental Science (CLAS) TBA TBA DE TORO. or ESL 272 and 273. 44097 ESCI-077Y-65R Special Projects in Environmental Science (CLAS) TBA TBA DE TORO.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Field observation of raptors (bird of prey) found in Santa Clara County. California with an emphasis on the natural history such as habitat utilization. ****** English as a Second Language CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location ESL 5: Advanced Composition and Reading Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).-61 Advanced Composition and Reading (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW STAFF. An emphasis on the benefits of renewable energy technology as well as how to understand and review multiple bids and analyzing the economics of a PV installation. Composition of clear. or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Saturday. Course Description: Individual research in environmental science. ALICIA TBA Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-077Y-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project. types of solar systems. Outside reading and written report required. M L36 ESL 6: Critical Reading and Research for Writing Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). and argumentative writing based on critical reading and critical thinking. ESCI 92: Santa Clara County Field Studies: Raptors Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). academic. June 4. rebate programs. IVA MQ-2A 00650 ESL -005. (Off-campus field trips will be required. organized. Local conservation issues associated with raptors will also be looked at.) Prerequisite: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). room KC112. Course Description: Close reading and analysis of a variety of societal. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 77X and 77Y units is determined by the receiving school. ALICIA TBA Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-077. (Out-of-class field trips may be required for this course. Course Description: Individual research in environmental science. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor. June 2. IVA L35 00649 ESL -005.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and related topics for your home or business.-55 Santa Clara County Field Studies: Raptors (CLAS) 08:30 AM-05:20 PM Starts: 06/02/2016 PHILLIPS.-65R: Students are advised to retain all documentation related to the completion of a special project.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. ESCI 77Y: Special Projects in Environmental Science Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). Field trips are required for this class. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Outside reading and written report required. RYAN KC112 Ends: 06/04/2016 Th Course Notes (Spring): ESCI-092.-64 Introduction to Photovoltaic (PV) Technology (CLAS) 03:30 PM-06:20 PM M HAMIDI. at the Kirsch Center. Transfer of ESCI 77. or ESL 272 and 273. response. 40516 ESL -005.deanza.) (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.-02 Advanced Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh TRACEY. solar potential.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.html Course Description: An introduction to the fundamentals of photovoltaic (PV) basics including how solar cells convert sunlight to electricity. Course Description: Individual research in environmental science. ESCI 77X: Special Projects in Environmental Science Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 42504 ESCI-077. net metering options. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) 44262 ESCI-061. with outside sources and demonstration of information literacy.) 44093 ESCI-092.

html 5. JASMINA L35 ESL 251: High Intermediate Listening and Speaking Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). LINDA L33 41980 ESL -251. CHARLES L34 00690 ESL -252.-02 ESL -234. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English. writing a group of topicrelated sentences. and synthesis in documented research papers. Vocabulary-building and writing are emphasized.-05 High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) 12:00 PM-01:15 PM TTh STAFF.-62 High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T THOT-JOHNSON. Course Description: Development of analytical.-03 High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) 09:00 AM-10:15 AM TTh TRACEY. Course Description: Development of high intermediate English reading comprehension and vocabulary building skills in extended written materials. Course Description: Development of English speaking.-61 Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW L35 00678 ESL -244. listening.-03 Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) 03:00 PM-05:15 PM MTWTh BOERNER. comparison.deanza. Development of vocabulary appropriate in both formal and informal situations.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Pronunciation practice and discussion of cross-cultural topics are also included. M MQ-2 L28 L28 G9 ESL 244: Intermediate English as a Second Language Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Ten hours lecture (120 hours total per quarter). ELIZABETH L34 41188 ESL -252. 00675 ESL -244. reading and writing skills with an emphasis on explicit.-61 Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh MOLINO-TORRES. ANDREA L33 00681 ESL -251.-01 High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:45 AM TTh LEE. 00686 ESL -252. LINDA AT103 00676 ESL -244. LISA 00674 ESL -234.-04 High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM TTh YEE. KATHY 00673 00673 ESL -234. VALERIE SEM2 00683 ESL -251.-02 Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MTWTh BETLACH.-62 High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Th ORMENO. LETTY L33 00685 ESL -251.-04 High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:45 AM MW LEE.) Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test or ESL 200 with a grade of C or better. ALEJANDRO TOPALOVIC.-63 High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 06:30 PM-07:45 PM TTh CABRAL. Advisory: ESL 251 students may also take ESL 252 and 253 concurrently.-01 Critical Reading and Research for Writing (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW LAM. and research skills in reading and writing.-61 High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M WONG. LUCINDA L43 ESL 252: High Intermediate Reading Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English. 00652 ESL -006. integrative. vocabulary building. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English. CLARA G9 ESL 234: Low Intermediate English as a Second Language Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Ten hours lecture (120 hours total per quarter). 00679 ESL -251.-02 High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:45 AM TTh CAROBUS. Library and Internet research leading to analysis.-61 Low Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MTWTh STAFF.-61 High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M DODD. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. MATTHEW KOHNHORST. Course Description: English speaking and listening practice in a variety of contexts. listening.-01 High Intermediate Reading (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:45 AM MW HAMILTON. pronunciation and discussion of multicultural topics. 10:33 AM . direct grammar instruction.) Prerequisite: ESL 244 or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. IVA L34 00689 ESL -252. reading and writing skills at the low-intermediate level. Academic writing based largely on analytic and interpretive reading of culturally diverse literature and texts.-02 High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 09:00 AM-10:15 AM TTh LEE. Course Description: Development of English speaking. IRIS L46 57 of 163 2/5/16. PATRICIA L34 00688 ESL -252. M L34 00691 ESL -252. MARY ANNE L34 00684 ESL -251. KAREN L21 00678 ESL -244.-01 Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MTWTh YEE. Advisory: ESL 252 students may also take ESL 251 and 253 concurrently. 00672 ESL -234.-02 Low Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) Low Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh MW CULVER. MARCY L62 00677 ESL -244.-03 High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:45 AM MW WONG. ANDREA MLC112 00680 ESL -251.-01 Low Intermediate English as a Second Language (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MTWTh FLORES.) Prerequisite: ESL 244 or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. LETTY L33 00682 ESL -251.) Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test or ESL 234 with a grade of C or better. WEBSTER L34 00687 ESL -252.-05L High Intermediate Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM F IFFT. Emphasis on explicit grammar instruction.

LISA L34 ESL 260: Accent Reduction (for Non-Native Speakers) Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture. 10:33 AM . 00692 ESL -253. CLARA PE673 PE673 ESL 261: Low Advanced Listening and Speaking Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter).-01 Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:45 AM MW HAMILTON.) Prerequisite: ESL 251 or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Write organized and well-developed descriptive. 00707 ESL -262.-04 Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:45 AM TTh MARIANETTI.-06 Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM TTh MARIANETTI.-06 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh LEE. ANGELINA L47 00693 ESL -253. ANDREA L74 00706 ESL -261. three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). linking. LETTY L33 43063 ESL -261.-61 High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM TTh GOODWIN. NOEL 40203 ESL -262.-04 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 12:00 PM-01:15 PM MW WONG. Advisory: ESL 262 students may also enroll in ESL 261 and 263 concurrently. Course Description: Develop skills in using level-specific grammar and sentence structure in writing.-05 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM MW WONG. PATRICIA L46 00694 ESL -253. CHARLES L46 ESL 262: Low Advanced Reading Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). CLARA LAM.-02 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 09:00 AM-10:15 AM MW WONG. MARCY L33 00703 ESL -261. WEBSTER L46 43638 ESL -253. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English. MARY ELLEN 41983 ESL -262. reduction.html ESL 253: High Intermediate Grammar and Writing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-62 Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M CHACKO.-01 Accent Reduction (for Non-Native Speakers) (CLAS) Accent Reduction (for Non-Native Speakers) (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh TTh LAM.-01 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:45 AM TTh STAFF. pronunciation and note-taking skills. 00699 00699 ESL -260.-61 Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T GOODWIN.-63 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Th LEE. Course Description: Development of low advanced reading comprehension. ACHAMMA 58 of 163 MQ-2A G9 MCC-13 SEM2 L49 2/5/16.Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.-05 High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 03:00 PM-04:50 PM TTh LEE.-03 High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW LEE. MARY ELLEN L43 00698 ESL -253.) Prerequisite: ESL 252 and 253. and explanatory paragraphs. narrative.-02 Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM TTh STAFF. M 00709 ESL -262. or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. LETTY L33 00704 ESL -261.) Advisory: ESL 251.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Development of vocabulary. and improved reading rate in extended written materials.-01 ESL -260. CHARLES L33 40515 ESL -253.-03 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:45 AM TTh BETLACH.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. CHARLES L83 00695 ESL -253. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. M L33 00701 ESL -261. stress. MARCY L34 43696 ESL -262. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English. GRETCHEN L33 00710 ESL -262. expression of students' ideas using a variety of speaking strategies. CHARLES AT103 00705 ESL -261.-03L Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM F HIMES. vocabulary building skills. Advisory: ESL 253 students may also enroll in ESL 251 and 252 concurrently.-04 High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 03:00 PM-04:50 PM MW CHACKO. 00700 ESL -261. LETTY L33 43531 ESL -261. Course Description: Emphasis on listening comprehension and proficiency in speaking in academic settings.-61 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T LEE. ACHAMMA L33 41981 ESL -253.-62 High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM MW HAMILTON.-02 High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 09:00 AM-10:50 AM TTh CAROBUS.-65 High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM MW KOHNHORST.-62 Low Advanced Listening and Speaking (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM W WONG. WEBSTER 00708 ESL -262.-01 High Intermediate Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM MW SKLYAR. Course Description: Emphasis on production of speech that is intelligible and accurate. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.-05 Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 12:00 PM-01:15 PM MW BETLACH. rhythm and intonation patterns. through study and practice of English language sound system.) Prerequisite: ESL 244 or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. LETTY L33 00702 ESL -261. NOEL L34 00712 ESL -262.

NANCY L73 00718 ESL -263. ANN L73A 00722 * ESL -272. Advanced Reading and Vocabulary meets physically Mondays from 4:00 . The instructor is available online on Tuesdays from 4:00 . 262 and 263.-01 Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW LAM. MARIKA L35 00729 ESL -273.-04Y Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM W THISTLETHWAITE. 262 and 263 with a grade of C or better. M L42 ESL 274: Grammar and Proofreading for Academic Writing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-61 Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW MARCHIANO.) Prerequisite: ESL 261.) Prerequisite: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).deanza.deanza.-63 http://ecms.-04 Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) 03:00 PM-05:15 PM MW CHAI. sentence structure and vocabulary.-02D Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW MARCHIANO. CHRISTINE L82 00731 ESL -273. KATHY 00717 ESL -263. The instructor is available online on Thursdays from 4:00 . or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. Contact Matt Abrahams at abrahamsmatt@fhda. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as EWRT 274. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English.-02D Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh BARASCH-KANE.-61 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM MW BARASCH-KANE. 00713 ESL -263. Course Description: Develop skills for writing clear.-62 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh STAFF. M L34 ESL 273: Introduction to the Essay Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). well-developed.edu/linc L62 00727 ESL -273. M L36 MQ-2 ESL 272: Advanced Reading and Vocabulary Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). TANYA L28 00714 ESL -263. NOEL S72 ESL 263: Low Advanced Grammar and Writing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English. reading and critical thinking skills through extensive readings of college-level material in English.-04 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW FLORES. Advanced Reading and Vocabulary meets physically Wednesdays from 4:00 . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Restricted to students whose native language is not English. ANN L42 00723 * ESL -272.Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Recommended for students whose native language is not English and students who wish to improve their grammar and proofreading skills.04Y: Hybrid. 10:33 AM . 00724 ESL -272.-03Y Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (TBA) TBA TBA THISTLETHWAITE.-03Y Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM M THISTLETHWAITE. ANN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): ESL 272.edu if you have questions. multiple paragraph compositions that demonstrate analytical thinking and level-appropriate grammar.-02 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW COOPER. or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test. or a qualifying score on the English as a Second Language Placement Test.) Prerequisite: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). MICHELLE L42 42739 ESL -272. SUSAN L83 00715 ESL -263. Students may enroll in either department. NANCY Course Notes (Spring): LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 273. CLARA L34 00720 + ESL -272. for credit.edu if you have questions.-62 Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh STAFF. MICHELLE L73 42259 ESL -263. Contact Matt Abrahams at abrahamsmatt@fhda. Course Description: Focus on helping students become successful academic writers by addressing their needs (a) to understand grammatical structures fundamental to college writing and (b) to develop effective proofreading skills.-03 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh RUUMET. Advisory: ESL 263 students may also enroll in ESL 261 and 262 concurrently.www. 00726 + ESL -273.6:15 p. 59 of 163 2/5/16.-03 Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM TTh RUUMET. MICHELLE Course Notes (Spring): LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 272.02D (CRN# 00720).deanza.) Prerequisite: ESL 252 and 253. organized. CHERI L35 43053 ESL -263.edu/linc L62 00722 * ESL -272.m.-05 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh NEWMAN. CHERI L34 41984 ESL -263.-06 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 03:00 PM-04:50 PM MW MARCHIANO.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. MARIKA G10 00716 ESL -263. 00719 ESL -272.6:15 p.m.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 43695 ESL -262.-61 Introduction to the Essay (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW CHAI.html Low Advanced Reading (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Th MARIANETTI. 00723 * ESL -272. CHRISTINE L35 42738 ESL -273. or ESL 261. or ESL 262 and 263.6:15 PM. Course Description: Principles of essay writing and introduction of the techniques of academic essay writing based on critical reading and thinking.-07 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh NEWMAN. MATTHEW L34 40205 ESL -263.-04Y Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (TBA) TBA TBA THISTLETHWAITE.www. Course Description: Development of academic vocabulary. ANN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): ESL 272.02D (CRN# 00726). Advisory: ESL 273 students may enroll in ESL 272 concurrently.-08 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM TTh CULVER.6:15 PM.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .03Y: Hybrid.-62 Advanced Reading and Vocabulary (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh STAFF.-01 Low Advanced Grammar and Writing (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM MW CARRELL. or EWRT 200. but not both.

and well-developed essays.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. MARYALICE L66 42027 EWRT-001A-17 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:45 AM MW CRAGEN. LYDIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001A. and Fridays in AT115 from 11:30 a.1:20 p. Access to the Internet is required.m. Course Description: Introduction to university level reading and writing. Access to the Internet is required. or equivalent placement (normally based on results of the English placement tests).12:20 p.-01.04Y: Hybrid course. 00738 * EWRT-001A-06Y Composition and Reading (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh HEARN. . M 00751 EWRT-001A-19 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF MENDOZA. ELLIOTT L46 00760 EWRT-001A-18 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:45 AM TTh STAFF.-01: Also listed as EWRT-274. This class physically meets on Tuesdays.10:20 a. MARYALICE L66 00753 EWRT-001A-13 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM TTh RIZZO. This class physically meets on Mondays and Wednesdays in MCC-13 from 10:30 .m. This class physically meets on Mondays through Thursdays in MQ3 from 11:30 p. literary.m.m. This class physically meets on Mondays and Wednesdays in MLC225 from 11:30 a. SARAH L74 00740 * EWRT-001A-09Y Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA LISHA. 04:30 PM-06:20 PM MW DODD.-01 Grammar and Proofreading for Academic Writing (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): ESL -274. 00762 * EWRT-001A-05Y Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM TThF LIMCOLIOC. This class physically meets on Tuesdays.m. . The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. LUIS ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001A.12:45 p. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. LUIS AT115 00762 * EWRT-001A-05Y Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA LIMCOLIOC. This class physically meets on Tuesdays. with varying purposes and differing audiences. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .08Y: Hybrid course. LUIS AT115 00739 * EWRT-001A-07Y Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA LIMCOLIOC. Access to the Internet is required. 00737 * EWRT-001A-04Y Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:00 AM-11:15 AM MW BOARD LILJENSTOLPE. This class also meets online on Fridays from 12:30 p.12:20 p.06Y: Hybrid course. Part of the Impact AAPI Program.06D (CRN #01031). and Fridays in AT115 from 10:30 a. .07Y: Hybrid course.edu/linc This also is a hybrid course.m.deanza. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. MARC L25 00736 EWRT-001A-11 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM MW PALMORE.m .m. M L42 40548 EWRT-001A-15 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF VESCO. . . ELIZABETH Time Dates/Days Instructor L36 ****** English/Writing CRN Course Title Location EWRT 1A: Composition and Reading Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). SARAH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001A. 00735 * EWRT-001A-03Y Composition and Reading (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM TThF LIMCOLIOC. MLC255 REBECCA 00737 * EWRT-001A-04Y Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA BOARD LILJENSTOLPE.12:20 p.m. This class also meets online on Tuesdays from 10:30-11:20 a. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. LUIS ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001A. This class also meets online on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30 a. Access to the Internet is required. This class also meets online on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a. . Practice in common rhetorical strategies used in academic writing. 00739 * EWRT-001A-07Y Composition and Reading (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TThF LIMCOLIOC. academic) from culturally diverse traditions. Access to the Internet is required. This class physically meets on Mondays and Wednesdays in MLC225 from 10:00 a. This class also meets online on Mondays from 3:30 .11:20 a. .m. . ONLINE REBECCA Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001A.m . LUIS ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001A. This class also meets online on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30 a. 00742 * EWRT-001A-08Y Composition and Reading (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:45 PM MW BOARD LILJENSTOLPE.12:20 p.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Access to the Internet is required.10:50 a.m.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.m. Access to the Internet is required.m . well-organized. 00744 ^ EWRT-001A-10S Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh CORONADO. LUIS MLC112 00735 * EWRT-001A-03Y Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA LIMCOLIOC. .deanza. ONLINE REBECCA Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001A. 10:33 AM . popular. with an emphasis on analysis.) (Not open to students with credit in EWRT 1AH.m.10:20 a. from personal to academic.m.edu if you have questions.4:20 p.12:20 p. Thursdays. . MLC255 REBECCA 00742 * EWRT-001A-08Y Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA BOARD LILJENSTOLPE. ALAN S41 2/5/16. VIVIAN MCC-13 00734 + EWRT-001A-1YD Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA BEJARIN.05Y: Hybrid course.m.03Y: Hybrid course. Close examination of a variety of texts (personal. SERGIO 41359 EWRT-001A-14L Composition and Reading (CLAS) 08:30 AM-01:20 PM F STAFF.www.m.) Prerequisite: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Access to the Internet is required. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.m. . LYDIA MQ-3 00738 * EWRT-001A-06Y Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA HEARN. 00740 * EWRT-001A-09Y Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW LISHA. KIM S41 00759 EWRT-001A-12 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM TTh BONILLA. professional. This class also meets online on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 a.11:15 a.m .m. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. SHAWNA L82 00746 EWRT-001A-16 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:45 AM MW BONILLA. SHERWIN SEM2 ADM103 G1 00734 + EWRT-001A-1YD Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW BEJARIN. 41199 60 of 163 EWRT-001A-20 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW SIMES. Composition of clear.m . This class also meets online on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:30 a.html 00732 ESL -274.m.11:20 a. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. .deanza.3:20 p.edu/impact-aapi/ Contact Kristin Skager at skagerkristin@fhda. http://www. Thursdays. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.m. This class physically meets on Mondays and Wednesdays in L74 from 1:30 .m.09Y: Hybrid course. and Fridays in MLC112 from 9:30 a. Thursdays.m . VIVIAN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in Huma 10.m.m.

RENE 61 of 163 AT202 L82 ADM103 2/5/16. M SEM2 42907 EWRT-001A-30 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM MW BENSON. This program is designed to help first year students succeed through community building and linked classes. SARAH L42 43039 * EWRT-001B-01Y Reading.1:15 p. This class also meets online on Mondays from 8:30 a.m .m.m. Academic (interpretive. SHAWNA SEM2 L66 SEM2 G4 00770 * EWRT-001A-26Y Composition and Reading (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM T HOYLE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. DAVID 00758 EWRT-001A-25 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF VESCO. 00791 EWRT-001B-04L Reading.m.02Y: Hybrid course. the Web and an individual e-mail address. SARAH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001B. JENNIFER S72 43544 EWRT-001A-34 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh CATTIVERA. Writing and Research (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:45 AM MW JAHAN. Writing and Research (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW HILTON.9:20 a. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.) Prerequisite: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH.-1:15 p.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.html 00754 EWRT-001A-22 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW AREFI ANBARANI. MARC Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-001A-65Z: Online Course.10:20 a. This class physically meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in MQ-2A from 10:30 a. Access to the Internet is required.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. This class physically meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in L42 from 8:30 a. SARAH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001B. AMY Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-001A-64Z: Online Course. Writing and Research (TBA) TBA TBA LISHA. JOHN 43668 EWRT-001A-36 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 03:00 PM-05:15 PM TTh SANDEL.m. Students must have access to a computer. This class physically meets on Tuesdays in S49 from 11:00 a.m. MARYALICE 00757 EWRT-001A-24 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh DENNY. EWRT 1B: Reading.edu/distance/ ONLINE 00771 EWRT-001A-FY1 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW STAFF.26Y: Hybrid course. Writing and Research (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW ANDERSON. comparison. Writing and Research (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF FERRIE. Concurrent enrollment in SOC 020-FY1. Access to the Internet is required. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.m.deanza. ADAM S41 43681 EWRT-001A-37 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW PENKETHMAN. JENNIFER L82 43699 EWRT-001A-38 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW PECK. SOC-97A. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. ELIZABETH L73 42189 EWRT-001A-28 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF STAFF. Writing and Research (TBA) TBA TBA LISHA. . EMILY S41 42908 EWRT-001A-31 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM TTh MARTIN. Course Description: Development of analytical. analytical.12:20 p. Writing and Research (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh LISHA. Students must have access to a computer. 00773 * EWRT-001B-02Y Reading. Outside research leading to analysis. .) (Not open to students with credit in EWRT 1BH. the Web and an individual email address. MONICA S72 00749 EWRT-001A-39 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh REBER. MONICA S41 00764 EWRT-001A-63 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh REBER. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and synthesis in documented research paper.edu/distance/ ONLINE 42946 * EWRT-001A-66Z Composition and Reading (CLAS) TBA TBA SIMES. JONAH S49 00770 * EWRT-001A-26Y Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA HOYLE. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. Writing and Research (CLAS) 08:30 AM-01:20 PM F LEWIS.m. argumentative) writing based largely on reading of literary/imaginative texts linked by a common theme or issue. Writing and Research (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh LISHA. HUSNE 00784 EWRT-001B-07 Reading. SARAH MQ-2A 00773 * EWRT-001B-02Y Reading. Writing and Research Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). JONAH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001A. integrative skills in reading and writing. YUME S72 00763 EWRT-001A-62 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW PECK. This class also meets online on Mondays from 10:30 a.edu/distance/ ONLINE 00767 * EWRT-001A-65Z Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA CORONADO.m. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. RICHARD L36 00782 EWRT-001B-06 Reading. 41439 EWRT-001A-27 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF FIGUEREDO. . AZIN 00766 EWRT-001A-23 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh BONILLA. ALAN Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-001A-66Z: Online Course. Access to the Internet is required. . Students must have access to a computer. ANGELA 00785 EWRT-001B-08 Reading. LAURA S41 43049 EWRT-001A-33 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW PENKETHMAN.edu.01Y: Hybrid course. 10:33 AM .deanza. M S71 Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-001A-FY1: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE PROGRAM.m. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.11:20 a. MARRIETTA L82 44169 EWRT-001A-40 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh KIM. For more information.m. This class also meets online on Thursdays from 11:00 a. BRIAN S49 00780 EWRT-001B-05 Reading.FY1 is required.m. ALEXIS S72 43636 EWRT-001A-35 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh GRAVENER. 43039 * EWRT-001B-01Y Reading. . MARRIETTA L82 SEM2 00769 * EWRT-001A-64Z Composition and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA LEONARD.deanza. contact Alicia Cortez at cortezalicia@fhda. the Web and an individual email address. M S72 42264 EWRT-001A-29 Composition and Reading (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF STAFF.

. ADAM MLC260 SEM2 SEM2 S41 00774 * EWRT-001B-64Z Reading. comparison.11:20 a. the Web and an individual e-mail address. RAYMOND L36 00790 EWRT-001B-16 Reading.m. Writing and Research (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW JAHAN. Information on on-campus orientation available at http://www. JIMMIE S72 00806 EWRT-002. AMMU 00787 EWRT-001B-12 Reading.deanza. AMY S49 40511 * EWRT-002. and synthesis and a documented research paper. AMY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT002.01D (CRN# 44224). Writing and Research (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW QUINN. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .m. Course Description: Develops critical thinking skills and the ability to apply these skills to reading and writing. RENE 00793 EWRT-001B-61 Reading. Part of the Impact AAPI Program. . The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.3:20 p.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Outside research leading to analysis.) Prerequisite: EWRT 1B. 44190 EWRT-01BH-01H Reading. Writing and Research (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF NAIR.edu/honors to view Honors eligibility.deanza.deanza. Writing and Research (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM MW ANDERSON. This class physically meets on Mondays and Wednesdays in L75 from 10:30 a. Students must have access to a computer.-02Y Critical Reading.edu if you are interested in registering for the course. KIM L75 40848 * EWRT-001C-01Y Literature and Composition (TBA) TBA TBA PALMORE. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM MW WILSON.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Then contact the Honors coordinator at dahonors@deanza. 40511 * EWRT-002. Writing and Research (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh PESANO.-01D Critical Reading.m.HONORS (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh PESANO. LAURA 62 of 163 MLC112 S49 2/5/16. KIM ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT001C. ROSEANNE 00788 EWRT-001B-13 Reading. 2 or 2H. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh LEONARD.11:20 a. As an honors course. Writing and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA LEONARD.m. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. 1BH. and the use of outside research leading to analysis.02Y: Hybrid course.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-05 Critical Reading. Writing and Research . the Web and an individual e-mail address.edu/distance/ ONLINE EWRT 1C: Literature and Composition Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Writing and Research (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM MW JAHAN. AMY L35 40165 * EWRT-002. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. CAROLYN 00812 EWRT-002. L82 EWRT 2: Critical Reading. LUIS Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-001B-65Z: Online Course. Writing and Research (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh KAREEMI. Writing and Thinking Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).m. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . BRIAN Course Notes (Spring): CRN 44225 EWRT 2. 44225 + EWRT-002. HUSNE S49 00789 EWRT-001B-15 Reading. Students must have access to a computer.m.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. .m. This class also meets online on Wednesdays from 10:30 a.01D LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in Math 10. analyses. Writing and Research (TBA) TBA TBA LIMCOLIOC. .-06 Critical Reading. Writing and Research (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh BRENNAN. LAURA S72 42201 EWRT-002. and drama by reading and analyzing texts and critical interpretations and by composing critical responses. This class physically meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in L35 from 10:30 a. Please visit the Honors website at www. Writing and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA LEONARD. This class physically meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in S49 from 1:30 p.m. KHALIDA L82 00786 EWRT-001B-11 Reading.) Prerequisite: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH. Access to the Internet is required.edu/distance/ ONLINE 41217 * EWRT-001B-65Z Reading. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.12:20 p. http://www. and arguments.HONORS Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).m.) Prerequisite: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh LEONARD.-02Y Critical Reading. HUSNE S49 43050 EWRT-001B-19 Reading.deanza.m. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:45 AM TTh MALONE. This class also meets online on Fridays from 10:30 a.) (Admission into this course requires consent of the Honors Program Coordinator. LUIS Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-001B-64Z: Online Course. . Writing and Research (TBA) TBA TBA LIMCOLIOC. and/or EWRT 2/2H to the ways meaning can be made in diverse cultural.-04 Critical Reading. Course Description: Applies the analytical. Students must have access to a computer. and historical contexts in prose. 00815 EWRT-002.deanza.01Y: Hybrid course. JULIE S49 40509 EWRT-001B-18 Reading.06D (CRN# 41937) and Read 70. the Web and an individual e-mail address. LYDIA Course Notes (Spring): WRT-001B-66Z: Online course. the students will be expected to complete extra assignments to gain deeper insight in critical thinking and literature.edu/distance/ ONLINE 40508 * EWRT-001B-66Z Reading. Develop analytical and argumentative academic essays based on reading of complex texts.edu/linc L63 40165 * EWRT-002.m.-01Y Critical Reading. comparison.-07 Critical Reading. Academic (interpretive.12:20 p. Course Description: Development of analytical. poetry. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:45 AM TTh RAFFAELLI MCLEISH.) (Not open to students with credit in EWRT 2H. Access to the Internet is required. Access to the Internet is required. 10:33 AM . and synthesis skills developed in EWRT 1A/1AH and EWRT 1B/1BH.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. critical. Writing and Research .) (Not open to students with credit in EWRT 1B.deanza. . analytical.edu/impact-aapi/Contact Kristin Skager at skagerkristin@fhda.m. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. 40848 * EWRT-001C-01Y Literature and Composition (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW PALMORE. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:45 AM MW FASANO.2:20 p. social. This class also meets online on Wednesdays from 1:30 p.01Y: Hybrid course. Writing and Research (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:45 PM TTh SANDEL. Writing and Research (TBA) TBA TBA HEARN. and synthesis in documented research paper.html 00779 EWRT-001B-09 Reading. argumentative) writing based largely on reading of literary/imaginative texts linked by a common theme or issue. AMY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT002. JULIE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-01BH-01H: This is an Honors course. EWRT 1BH: Reading.www.deanza. integrative skills in reading and writing.edu if you have questions. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM TTh MARTIN.-01Y Critical Reading.

-13 Critical Reading.deanza.3:45 p. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.-15 Critical Reading.-3SY Critical Reading. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA TRIMBLE. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.deanza.m.-18Y Critical Reading. through both critical analysis and intensive practice. M L46 40510 EWRT-002. the Web and an individual email address. RUTH Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-002. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA HOWLAND.-14 Critical Reading. 44172 EWRT-002.-68Z Critical Reading. .m.m.m.m.edu. the Web and an individual email address. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Students must have access to a computer.002. BRIAN L36 42786 EWRT-002. Students must have access to a computer. This class also meets online on Mondays from 1:30 p. RUTH L46 43546 * EWRT-002.-17 Critical Reading.-11:20 a.deanza. MARIE L83 40677 EWRT-002.-10 Critical Reading.03Y: Hybrid course.-68Z: Online Course.-01 Introduction to Creative Writing (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh QUINTERO. . ELIZABETH S49 43700 EWRT-002.edu/distance/ 43057 * EWRT-002. Access to the Internet is required. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . the Web and an individual email address. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM MW STAFF. Writing and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA CAPARAS.m.-12 Critical Reading. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM TTh RAFFAELLI MCLEISH. STEPHEN L36 00808 EWRT-002.m. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh MARTIN. Course Description: Introduction to the writing of fiction. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW DICKSON. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW GREEN. LAURA S72 00811 EWRT-002.-08 Critical Reading. ALEXANDRIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-002. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA REBER.-18Y Critical Reading. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW GREEN. 43667 EWRT-002. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA GIARDINO. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF FRANGOS.-22 Critical Reading. ALEXANDRIA Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-002. This class also meets online on Fridays from 10:30 a. . Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW DELANEY.edu/distance/ 00817 * EWRT-002.-11 Critical Reading. This class also meets online on Thursdays from 2:30 p.m. JULIE L46 40661 * EWRT-002. RYAN L82 G2 43546 * EWRT-002. Access to the Internet is required.-20 Critical Reading. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. and creative nonfiction. the Web and an individual email address. JULIE L46 43698 EWRT-002.m.-21 Critical Reading. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh HEARN. .html 00805 EWRT-002.-66Z: Online Course.edu/distance/ ONLINE 00818 * EWRT-002.-66Z Critical Reading. LAURA L46 41360 EWRT-002. ELIZABETH L63 40300 EWRT-002. MARIE S75 00823 EWRT-002. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW DICKSON. Writing and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA TRIMBLE. Students must have access to a computer. poetry. Information on syllabus and orientation available at http://deanza. FRANCESCA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT. Students must have access to a computer.-09 Critical Reading. 00824 EWRT-030.-61 Critical Reading. This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM W TRIMBLE.4:45 p. ANTHONY ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-002.-P1Y Critical Reading.-69Z: Online Course.-67Z Critical Reading.-3SY Critical Reading. RYAN 00809 EWRT-002.-64Z: Online Course. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.m. This class physically meets on M-Th in MQ-3 from 10:30 a.-65Z: Online Course. FRANCESCA L84 40661 * EWRT-002. ANTHONY S72 00822 EWRT-002. LYDIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-002. This class physically meets on Wednesdays in L46 from 1:30 p.. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh MORFEE.-64Z Critical Reading.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 63 of 163 2/5/16.18Y: Hybrid course.edu/distance/ ONLINE 43068 * EWRT-002.3SY: Community Service Learning requires students to complete 12 hours as part of this course.-67Z: Online course.) Prerequisite: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). drama. JESUS L45 EWRT 40: Fiction Writing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:45 PM T CAPARAS. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW BRAASCH.-16 Critical Reading. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) TBA TBA GIARDINO. MARRIETTA Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-002. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh MORFEE. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW HOWLAND.-3:45 p.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 10:33 AM .edu/distance/ ONLINE 00816 EWRT-002. EWRT 30: Introduction to Creative Writing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh JOSEPH. RUTH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT002. Writing and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA DELANEY. Writing and Thinking (TBA) TBA TBA HEARN. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.-19 Critical Reading. LYDIA MQ-3 42084 * EWRT-002.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Students must have access to a computer.edu/distance/ ONLINE 43682 * EWRT-002. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF FRANGOS.deanza.deanza. the Web and an individual e-mail address. the Web and an individual email address.P1Y: PUENTE PROJECT and HYBRID course: Contact Alicia Cortez at cortezalicia@fhda. EWRT002.m. JAMIE S71 42084 * EWRT-002. Students must have access to a computer. Access to the Internet is required.-P1Y Critical Reading.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. This class physically meets on Tuesdays in L84 from 2:30 p.-69Z Critical Reading. KIMBERLY S49 00819 * EWRT-002.-FY2 Critical Reading. STEPHEN Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-002.m.4:45 p.-65Z Critical Reading. The online portion of the class is conducted via the Catalyst Online system.11:20 a. Writing and Thinking (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh SMITH.

production. Essay construction including thesis statements and paragraph organization and development. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or a qualifying score on the English Placement Test.-12 Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh KURTH. EMILY 64 of 163 LCW26 2/5/16. or call 864-8485 for info.-61 Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh HANZIMANOLIS. publicity.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.edu/distance/ EWRT 97: Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing and Reading Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). drawings. as well as focusing on the mechanics of writing.-15 Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh HANZIMANOLIS. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as LRNA 97. Course Description: Collaborative evaluation and selection of fiction. Course Description: Practice focused. publicity. KENNETH S45 EWRT 68: Literary Magazine: Student Edition Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture for the two-unit course (24 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the English Placement Test. for credit. event planning. JULIA L64 00838 EWRT-211. and other literary and artistic work for student edition of literary magazine.-11 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW SCOTT. manuscript evaluation. 43644 EWRT-041. 43665 * EWRT-068X-64Z Literary Magazine: Student Edition (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM M WEISNER. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . photography.-11 Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW DENNY. The instructors are available online via the Catalyst site from 4:00 PM until 5:50 PM on Tuesdays. See http://deanza. and copy editing. Course Description: Development of fiction writing skills through critical analysis and intensive practice. Edit writing to correct errors in the major conventions of Standard Written English. EWRT 200: Fundamentals of Writing Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA. LITA LCW26 00836 EWRT-200. Introduction to the theory and practice of tutoring writing. production. but not both. DIANA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-097. submission management. 00837 EWRT-211. engaging with or inspired by written or visual texts.deanza. and magazine distribution along with soliciting. submission management. photography. and magazine distribution along with soliciting. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. discuss. ANNA LCW26 43548 EWRT-200. MICHELE S71 40609 * EWRT-097.-14 Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh AYDELOTT. KENNETH ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-068X-64Z: Online Course with weekly on-campus meetings. ELIZABETH LCW26 43666 EWRT-200. KENNETH L42 EWRT 68X: Literary Magazine: Student Edition Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture for the two-unit course (24 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu. event planning. e-mail alvesdelimadiana@fhda.-01 Literary Magazine: Student Edition (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM M WEISNER.-01 Fiction Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh MATTHEWS. drawings. the Web and an individual email address. design.edu/studentsuccess/tutorinfo/apply. and reflect on their tutoring experiences as part of the class.html Requisites: Prerequisite: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing and Reading (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM Th DUBARRY. KENNETH L42 43665 * EWRT-068X-64Z Literary Magazine: Student Edition (LAB) TBA TBA WEISNER.-13 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM MW BREUNIG. Course Description: Required training for De Anza writing and reading tutors. Students must have access to a computer. After an initial orientation. EDIE L32 EWRT 41: Poetry Writing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). JULIA MLC255 42788 EWRT-211.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . 40609 * EWRT-097. 00832 EWRT-200. DAVID LCW26 00835 EWRT-200.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: Development of poetry writing skills through critical analysis and intensive practice.-01 Poetry Writing (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh WEISNER. students in the class begin tutoring. Course Description: Collaborative evaluation and selection of fiction. purposeful writing in several formats to different audiences with a variety of sentence structures responding to. Students may enroll in either department. 00825 EWRT-040. including strategies and approaches to help students from diverse linguistic backgrounds at various stages of the writing process. 10:33 AM . such as sentence-level skills will be covered. Emphasis on layout. observe. design.html. and copy editing. two hours lecture and three hours laboratory for the three unit course (60 hours total per quarter). Students read about. poetry.-13 Fundamentals of Writing (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM MW LEWIS.deanza. two hours lecture and three hours laboratory for the three unit course (60 hours total per quarter).-12 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh SCOTT. poetry. This is a hybrid course and meets physically Thursdays from 4:00 PM until 5:50 PM in the room listed in the schedule. write about and practice the craft of tutoring writing. manuscript evaluation. MARGARET LCW26 EWRT 211: Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Emphasis on layout. 42947 EWRT-068. MARGARET LCW26 00834 EWRT-200. Course Description: Develops the abilities necessary for college-level writing by introducing students to critical thinking via text-based analysis.-01Y: Must be selected to work as a De Anza writing tutor and be able to tutor 4+ hours/week. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). and other literary and artistic work for student edition of literary magazine.

JUDITH L36 00851 EWRT-211.-28S Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW LOMBARDI.-14 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:45 AM TTh STAFF.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.-24 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW HUBBARD.-30 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh ROSCHER. 04:30 PM-06:20 PM MW DODD.-15 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF VESCO.) (Students may enroll in either F/TV 2A or F/TV 2AW. Course Description: Focus on helping students become successful academic writers by addressing their needs (a) to understand grammatical structures fundamental to college writing and (b) to develop effective proofreading skills. structure. and key events. but not both.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .-17 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW DAYHARSH.-16 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW GIARDINO.This class is offered as part of the LEAD program. for credit. four and one-half hours lecture for the four and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). and style. MARY 43608 EWRT-211. AMMU L25 00847 EWRT-211. ALEXANDRIA 00852 EWRT-211.-01: Also listed as ESL -274-.-22 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF KLINE.-01 Grammar and Proofreading for Academic Writing (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): EWRT-274.-29 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh DIEHL. F/TV 2AW will cover expanded topics in historiography. an investigation of the aesthetic. economic. and sound.-21 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF STAFF. 43607 EWRT-211. including screenwriting. SUSAN AT120 42603 F/TV-001. but not both.-20 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF NAIR. an examination of the value systems reflected in and shaped by these works from diverse cultures. cinematography.-23 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM MW DAYHARSH. technological. JULIE L36 00842 EWRT-211.-26 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh ROSCHER. LEAD. SHAWNA 00841 EWRT-211. 10:33 AM . 65 of 163 12:30 PM-04:20 PM T TAVERNETTI. VERNA L73 00840 EWRT-211.) Prerequisite: ESL 261. SUSAN AT120 2/5/16. Latina/o Empowerment at De Anza is a program committed to social justice and service learning. This course will include 12 hours of integrated service learning. JESUS L64 G9 L35 G9 MLC255 LCW26 43606 ^ EWRT-211.Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Recommended for students whose native language is not English and students who wish to improve their grammar and proofreading skills. AMY SEM2 Course Notes (Spring): EWRT 211. 00855 EWRT-274.28S. JENNIFER 00853 EWRT-211.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.01. 00856 F/TV-001.-25 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh QUINTERO. through the formal properties of film. M LCW26 00849 EWRT-211. through the relationships between film and society. Course Description: An introduction to the international art of cinema through the techniques and procedures of filmmaking. and social factors that contributed to the evolution of film.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. through classic films. Course Description: A survey of the international development of the motion picture to 1950 as a distinct form of artistic expression.-02 Introduction to Film (CLAS) 12:30 PM-04:20 PM Th TAVERNETTI. and through the critical analysis of works of film art.-01 Introduction to Film (CLAS) 12:30 PM-04:20 PM M LOVELL. DONG AT120 F/TV 2A: History of Cinema (1895-1950) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture for the four unit course (48 hours total per quarter).-61 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh DIEHL.-19 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh CATTIVERA. ELIZABETH Time Dates/Days Instructor L36 ****** Film and Television Production CRN Course Title Location F/TV 1: Introduction to Film Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). such as mise-en-scene. such as problems and approaches to historical film research and analysis. ALEXIS 00846 EWRT-211. Students may enroll in either department. M L28 00848 EWRT-211.-27 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW QUINTERO. directing. GLENN AT120 00858 F/TV-001. VERNA 00843 EWRT-211.deanza. JESUS L42 42258 EWRT-211.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-18 Preparatory Reading and Writing Skills (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh WANN. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ESL 274. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 262 and 263. editing. JENNIFER L73 42270 EWRT-211. RANDIE 00844 EWRT-211. or EWRT 200.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.html 43194 EWRT-211. for credit. notable artists.-61 Introduction to Film (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM W LIANG.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MARY L36 SEM2 S49 EWRT 274: Grammar and Proofreading for Academic Writing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 00863 F/TV-002A-01 History of Cinema (1895-1950) (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): F/TV-002A-01: Only offered Fall and Spring Quarters.

Course Description: Advanced production and post-production techniques. single-camera-style projects focusing on the skills of directing and editing.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 66 of 163 2/5/16. one and one-half hours hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). preparing for the sound mix. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-01L F/TV-020.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 43329 43329 F/TV-020.-02 Basic Digital Film/Video Production (CLAS) Basic Digital Film/Video Production (LAB) 11:30 AM-02:45 PM 03:00 PM-04:15 PM W W GILLETTE. MILENA AT107 AT107 43332 43332 F/TV-020. lighting and sound equipment and post production digital editing. 00866 F/TV-010. Course Description: Development and execution of short. including sync-sound production and editing. 00876 00876 F/TV-050. MILENA GROZEVA. and social factors that contributed to the evolution of film. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . technology and social impacts of electronic media.-01 Introduction to Film/Television Directing (CLAS) Introduction to Film/Television Directing (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM Th Th GROZEVA. laboratory procedures.-61 Introduction to Electronic Media (CLAS) 04:30 PM-08:20 PM T GILLETTE. Course Description: A survey course of the history. SUSAN AT120 F/TV 10: Introduction to Electronic Media Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). notable artists. one and one-half hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). DENNIS IRWIN. 10:33 AM .-61 Basic Digital Film/Video Production (CLAS) Basic Digital Film/Video Production (LAB) 05:30 PM-08:45 PM 09:00 PM-10:15 PM T T IRWIN. Emphasis on individual student projects. Course Description: Digital video production.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 20. but not both. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). music editing. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . four and one-half hours lecture for the four and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). aesthetics.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 00877 00877 F/TV-052A-61 F/TV-052A-61 16mm/35mm Film Production I (CLAS) 16mm/35mm Film Production I (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-10:20 PM M M IRWIN.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 20.-02 F/TV-020.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 52A. AIMEE AT120 F/TV 20: Basic Digital Film/Video Production Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three and one-half hours lecture.html F/TV 2B: History of Cinema (1950-Present) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture for the four unit course (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . basic principles and techniques of sound and scriptwriting. one and one-half hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). one and one-half hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter).-01 F/TV-050. through classic films.-01L Basic Digital Film/Video Production (CLAS) Basic Digital Film/Video Production (LAB) 10:30 AM-01:45 PM 02:00 PM-03:15 PM F F GROZEVA. their futures and impacts on global societies. including film. DENNIS AT115 AT115 F/TV 52B: 16mm/35mm Film Production II Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture.deanza. and emerging technologies.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. color cinematography. and film and nonlinear editing. three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). Emphasis on individual projects. Course Description: Principles of digital video in the preproduction and production of a short project using cameras. for credit.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. MILENA AT107 AT107 F/TV 51A: Intermediate Digital Film and Video Production Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three and one-half hours lecture. AIMEE GILLETTE. DENNIS AT107 AT107 F/TV 50: Introduction to Film/Television Directing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three and one-half hours lecture. audiences. Course Description: Advanced sound film editing. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Course Description: A survey of the international development of the motion picture since 1950 as a distinct form of artistic expression. 00878 00878 F/TV-052B-61 F/TV-052B-61 16mm/35mm Film Production II (CLAS) 16mm/35mm Film Production II (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:20 PM 07:30 PM-10:20 PM M M IRWIN. 43957 F/TV-002B-01L History of Cinema (1950-Present) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM F TAVERNETTI. and key events.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. DENNIS IRWIN. advertising. interior and exterior lighting techniques. DENNIS IRWIN. technological. 43330 43330 F/TV-051A-61 F/TV-051A-61 Intermediate Digital Film and Video Production (CLAS) Intermediate Digital Film and Video Production (LAB) 04:30 PM-07:45 PM 08:00 PM-09:15 PM Th Th GILLETTE. economic. MILENA GROZEVA. AIMEE GILLETTE. AIMEE AT107 AT107 F/TV 52A: 16mm/35mm Film Production I Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture. an investigation of the aesthetic.-61 F/TV-020. AIMEE AT107 AT107 00871 00871 F/TV-020. Explores the role of government. F/TV 2BW will cover expanded topics in historiography. broadcasting and the Internet.) (Students may enroll in either F/TV 2B or F/TV 2BW. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . DENNIS AT115 AT115 F/TV 57A: Nonfiction Workshop I: The Documentary Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three and one-half hours lecture.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 22. film-style production techniques including digital video and HD formats: camera operation and procedures. such as problems and approaches to historical film research and analysis. an examination of the value systems reflected in and shaped by these works from diverse cultures. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .

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Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 20.
Course Description: Nonfiction concepts, principles, and techniques as related to the production of a documentary video. Examination of the historical roots in nonfiction film and television with
emphasis on production work in documentary formats.
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43955

F/TV-057A-01
F/TV-057A-01

Nonfiction Workshop I: The Documentary (CLAS)
Nonfiction Workshop I: The Documentary (LAB)

10:30 AM-01:45 PM
02:00 PM-03:15 PM

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GROZEVA, MILENA
GROZEVA, MILENA

AT115
AT115

F/TV 57B: Nonfiction Workshop II: The Documentary
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three and one-half hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 57A.
Course Description: Advanced techniques in nonfiction film and television, including cinematography, sound, lighting, post-production editing, and directing. Analysis of the modern film and
television documentary with emphasis on production of a completed documentary video.
43956
43956

F/TV-057B-01
F/TV-057B-01

Nonfiction Workshop II: The Documentary (CLAS)
Nonfiction Workshop II: The Documentary (LAB)

10:30 AM-01:45 PM
02:00 PM-03:15 PM

W
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GROZEVA, MILENA
GROZEVA, MILENA

AT115
AT115

F/TV 60A: Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video I
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: Introduction to scriptwriting for film and video; the role of the script in media production; format and structure in the script; the basic skills of scriptwriting for fiction and
nonfiction.
00887

F/TV-060A-01

Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video I (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM

T

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 60B: Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video II
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 60A. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: Intermediate course in scriptwriting for fiction and nonfiction film and video projects; examination of structure and characterization in dramatic narrative; consideration of
approach and structure in nonfiction; emphasis on development and revision of script projects.
00889

F/TV-060B-61

Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video II (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

T

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 60C: Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video III
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 60B. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: Advanced course in scriptwriting for fiction and nonfiction film and video projects; examination of classical and experimental structures in fiction and nonfiction; further
practice in the development and revision of script projects.
00890

F/TV-060C-61

Screenwriting Fundamentals for Film/Video III (CLAS)

06:30 PM-10:20 PM

T

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 62: Lighting for Film and Television
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three and one-half hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 20.
Course Description: An introduction to the basic principles of studio and location lighting for film, television, animated, and composited production. Aesthetic style and techniques of lighting in
professional productions will be analyzed and applied through practical exercises filmed in studio. The focus will be on set-based principles involving basic electricity, lighting instruments,
dimming equipment, color, recording media, and grip equipment.
40072
F/TV-062.-01
Lighting for Film and Television (CLAS)
40072
F/TV-062.-01
Lighting for Film and Television (LAB)
Course Notes (Spring): F/TV-062.-01: Only offered in Spring Quarter.

10:30 AM-01:45 PM
02:00 PM-03:15 PM

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GROZEVA, MILENA
GROZEVA, MILENA

AT107
AT107

F/TV 63B: Audio Post Production
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two and one-half hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Concepts and techniques of audio post production for film and video including nonlinear audio editing, sound effect scoring, foley, cutting sound to picture, and audio
mixing.
43331
F/TV-063B-61
Audio Post Production (CLAS)
43331
F/TV-063B-61
Audio Post Production (LAB)
Course Notes (Spring): F/TV-063B-61: Only offered in Spring Quarter.

06:30 PM-08:45 PM
09:00 PM-10:15 PM

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HAACK, WARREN
HAACK, WARREN

A91
A91

F/TV 64A: Advanced Screenwriting Workshop I
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 60B or F/TV 60C. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: Fictional screenwriting geared toward the planning, outlining and structuring of an original three-act feature-length fiction screenplay and the writing of the first-act.
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F/TV-064A-01

Advanced Screenwriting Workshop I (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM

Th

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

2/5/16, 10:33 AM

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F/TV 64B: Advanced Screenwriting Workshop II
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 64A. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: An intensive seminar in writing feature-length fiction screenplays. Practice in the development and completion of a three-act narrative script focusing on plot, character
development, arcs, turning points and journeys.
42595

F/TV-064B-01

Advanced Screenwriting Workshop II (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM

Th

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 64C: Advanced Screenwriting Workshop III
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: F/TV 64B. Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: An intensive workshop in the re-writing of feature-length fiction screenplays; strengthening the plot, character development, arcs, turning points and journeys; preparing
the material for submission to the marketplace; pitching and strategies in breaking into the entertainment industry will be discussed.
42596

F/TV-064C-01

Advanced Screenwriting Workshop III (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM

Th

GOLDMAN, BARAK

AT115

F/TV 66A: Basic Techniques of Animation: 3D Media
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two and one-half hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program
Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None.
Course Description: Techniques of three-dimensional stop-motion and non-cel animation, as applied to a variety of art media (puppet, clay, pixillation, shadow puppets and other under-camera
art media). Principles of movement and timing, lighting and cinematography, and multiplane dimensionality, with application to both computer and traditional drawn animation.
43497
43497

F/TV-066A-61
F/TV-066A-61

Basic Techniques of Animation: 3D Media (CLAS)
Basic Techniques of Animation: 3D Media (LAB)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM
09:00 PM-10:15 PM

M
M

MCNAMARA, MARTIN
MCNAMARA, MARTIN

AT107
AT107

F/TV 68A: Sound for Animation
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two and one-half hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: F/TV 69A.
Course Description: Techniques of synchronizing animation to sound as applied to music, voice and sound effects tracks. Principles of cinematic animation and sound design, acting, diegetic
and non-diegetic sound, visual and sound effects with application to digital editing techniques.
43310
43310

F/TV-068A-01
F/TV-068A-01

Sound for Animation (CLAS)
Sound for Animation (LAB)

12:30 PM-02:45 PM
03:00 PM-04:15 PM

T
T

MCNAMARA, MARTIN
MCNAMARA, MARTIN

AT107
AT107

F/TV 69A: Principles of Animation: 2D Media
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two and one-half hours lecture, one and one-half hours laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: ARTS 4A.
Course Description: Techniques of two-dimensional animation, as applied to traditional drawing methods. Principles of movement, timing, weight, anticipation and exaggeration with application
to both digital and hand-drawn animation.
43312
43312

F/TV-069A-01
F/TV-069A-01

Principles of Animation: 2D Media (CLAS)
Principles of Animation: 2D Media (LAB)

12:30 PM-02:45 PM
03:00 PM-04:15 PM

M
M

MCNAMARA, MARTIN
MCNAMARA, MARTIN

AT115
AT115

F/TV 75K: Japanese Animation
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable
|| Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.
Course Description: An examination of the post-1960's evolution of animated films in Japan, a national cinema famed for its range of subject matter and outstanding graphics. Provides critical
methodology for analysis of exemplary and influential works by distinguished artists, writing collectives and production studios from aesthetic, sociopolitical, economic and technological
perspectives.
43953

F/TV-075K-01

Japanese Animation (CLAS)

12:30 PM-04:20 PM

W

MCNAMARA, MARTIN

AT120

F/TV 80A: Theory and Technique of Acting for the Camera
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as THEA 80A. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) ||
General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: The basic fundamentals of acting for the camera are explored. Exercises, demonstrations and improvisations are used to practice the techniques of acting. Scenes are
rehearsed, taped and critiqued.
42615
F/TV-080A-61
Theory and Technique of Acting for the Camera (CLAS)
42615
F/TV-080A-61
Theory and Technique of Acting for the Camera (CLAS)
Course Notes (Spring): F/TV-080A-61: Only offered in Spring Quarter. Also listed as THEA-080A-61.

08:30 PM-09:20 PM
06:30 PM-08:20 PM

TTh
TTh

SCHWARTZ, NEIL
SCHWARTZ, NEIL

MLC226
G3

F/TV 80B: Theory and Technique of Advanced Acting for the Camera
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Six hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as THEA 80B. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) ||
General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: THEA 80A or F/TV 80A. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: A continuation of Acting for the Camera through further exploration of equipment used in media performance: blue screen acting, ear prompting, teleprompting and
microphone applications in voice recording and voice over. Continued exploration and skill building of techniques used in performance before the camera including but not limited to advanced
character development, make-up techniques and special problems in character preparation for feature film.

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42617
F/TV-080B-61
Theory and Technique of Advanced Acting for the Camera (CLAS)
42617
F/TV-080B-61
Theory and Technique of Advanced Acting for the Camera (CLAS)
Course Notes (Spring): F/TV-080B-61: Only offered in Spring Quarter. Also listed as THEA-080B-61.

08:30 PM-09:20 PM
06:30 PM-08:20 PM

TTh
TTh

SCHWARTZ, NEIL
SCHWARTZ, NEIL

MLC226
G3

F/TV 82A: Introduction to 3D Computer Animation
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status:
Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: F/TV 69A.
Course Description: Techniques of three-dimensional animation as applied to objects, characters and environments. Principles of modeling, animating, surface mapping, lighting and rendering
with application to 3D computer animation.
43954
43954

F/TV-082A-01L
F/TV-082A-01L

Introduction to 3D Computer Animation (CLAS)
Introduction to 3D Computer Animation (LAB)

12:30 PM-03:20 PM
03:30 PM-06:20 PM

F
F

STAFF, M
STAFF, M

Title

Time

Dates/Days

Instructor

AT102
AT102

****** French
CRN

Course

Location

FREN 1: Elementary French (First Quarter)
Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Introduction to the language and cultures of the French-speaking countries. Basic speaking, listening, reading and writing of French will be introduced and practiced within
a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture.
00908

FREN-001.-01

Elementary French (First Quarter) (CLAS)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWThF

KARST, LAURA

L61

00909

FREN-001.-02

Elementary French (First Quarter) (CLAS)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MTWThF

KARST, LAURA

L61

44258

FREN-001.-03L

Elementary French (First Quarter) (CLAS)

09:00 AM-01:50 PM

S

HAFID, LOUBNA

L66

FREN 2: Elementary French (Second Quarter)
Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: FREN 1 (equivalent to one year of high school French) or equivalent.
Course Description: Further development of material presented in French 1. Continuation of introduction to the language and cultures of the French-speaking countries. Basic speaking,
listening, reading and writing of French will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture.
42915

FREN-002.-01

Elementary French (Second Quarter) (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWThF

KARST, LAURA

L61

FREN 3: Elementary French (Third Quarter)
Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: FREN 2 (equivalent to two years of high school French) or equivalent.
Course Description: Further development of material presented in French 1 and French 2. Completion of introduction to the language and cultures of the French-speaking countries. Basic
speaking, listening, reading and writing of French will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture.
44187

FREN-003.-01

Elementary French (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWThF

THAO, CHANTAL

L61

43559

FREN-003.-61

Elementary French (Third Quarter) (CLAS)

06:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

THAO, CHANTAL

L61

Time

Dates/Days

Instructor

****** Geography
CRN

Course

Title

Location

GEO 1: Physical Geography
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5; MATH 210 or equivalent.
Course Description: An introduction to the basic physical elements of geography and the diverse physical environment in which we live. Topics include the global patterns of weather and
climate, landforms, soils and vegetation along with human modification of natural environments. The geographic tools used to explore these topics include maps, GPS, remote sensing and
Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
00921
GEO -001.-01
Physical Geography (CLAS)
Course Notes (Spring): GEO -001.-01: Adjunct course (Skills 232) may be available.

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

MTWTh

FERNANDEZ, PURBA

L23

00923

GEO -001.-02

Physical Geography (CLAS)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MTWTh

FERNANDEZ, PURBA

L23

43855

GEO -001.-03

Physical Geography (CLAS)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

TTh

YE, MINTING

L23

41906
* GEO -001.-64Z
Physical Geography (TBA)
TBA
TBA
ROHRMEIER, KERRY
ONLINE
Course Notes (Spring): GEO -001.-64Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual email address. More information available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/

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pollution.deanza.edu/distance/ ONLINE ****** Geology CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location GEOL 10: Introductory Geology Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Four hours lecture. and economic significance of marine sediments. CHRISTOPHER DILEONARDO. marine resources. distribution. their natural environment. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . economic activities. trade. the Web and an individual e-mail address. CHRISTOPHER S32 DILEONARDO.edu/distance/ S42 ONLINE ****** German CRN 70 of 163 Course Instructor Location 2/5/16.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Students must have access to a computer.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-62 GEOL-010. CHRISTOPHER S32 DILEONARDO. PURBA L23 GEO 10: World Regional Geography Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). JOHN S15 S15 S15 S15 S15 GEOL 20: General Oceanography Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-64Z: Online Course. and development of the earth's external and internal features and the geologic processes responsible for their origin and evolution. cities and the problems relating to contemporary society in each of the regions. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. EILEEN Course Notes (Spring): GEO -010.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. JOHN COOK. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. origin. (One Saturday field trip is required. Topics covered include population and migration. tides. EILEEN L23 42538 * GEO -010.-62 Introductory Geology (CLAS) Introductory Geology (LAB) 06:00 PM-07:40 PM 08:00 PM-09:15 PM TTh TTh DILEONARDO. 10:33 AM . religion.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. the Web and an individual email address. Course Description: An introduction to the physical environment of the ocean. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z World Regional Geography (TBA) TBA TBA PENA. 43854 GEO -010. Course Description: Examining the location of people and activities throughout the world and understanding the reasons for their distribution. shorelines. agriculture. beaches. Course Description: An introduction to the major distinctive regions of the world.-01 Cultural Geography (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh FERNANDEZ.-03 Introductory Geology (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh 42718 GEOL-010. CHRISTOPHER Course Notes (Spring): GEOL-020. waves. structure. CHRISTOPHER S32 COOK.-02 Introductory Geology (LAB) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM W 42718 GEOL-010.html GEO 4: Cultural Geography Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Understanding the increasing interdependencies among and between regions.-01 General Oceanography (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM TTh 43483 * GEOL-020. Course Description: Analysis and description of the composition. (One Saturday field trip is required. sea-floor morphology.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. human-environment relationships. climate and the ocean system. CHRISTOPHER DILEONARDO. historical record. manufacturing. and human impacts on the oceans.-02 Introductory Geology (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh 00931 GEOL-010. political organization and settlement patterns including the urban environment.deanza. resources. Origin and evolution of ocean basins.-01 Introductory Geology (LAB) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM T 00931 GEOL-010.-01 Introductory Geology (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh 00930 GEOL-010.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. people. three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter). Examination of the concepts and principles upon which geologic knowledge is based. race and ethnicity.-64Z: Online course. Students must have access to a computer. PAUL L23 42721 GEO -010. ocean currents. 00927 GEO -004.) Requisite/Advisory: None.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.-02 World Regional Geography (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW PENA. and coastal processes. CHRISTOPHER DILEONARDO. and changing sea level. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . CHRISTOPHER DILEONARDO.) 00935 GEOL-020. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.-03 Introductory Geology (LAB) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM Th 00934 00934 GEOL-010. or ESL 272 and 273.-01 World Regional Geography (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh MORGAN.-64Z General Oceanography (CLAS) TBA TBA Title Time Dates/Days DILEONARDO. MATH 210 or equivalent.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. MATH 210 or equivalent. geographies of language.) 00930 GEOL-010.

Basic speaking. reading and writing of German will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.deanza. This class also includes alternative learning strategies for mastering algebraic concepts. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Basic speaking. Course Description: Instructional support laboratory that provides students with disabilities strategies for effective studying and to improve academic performance. section 56029). punctuation. 40161 GUID-219. reading and writing of German will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework.) Prerequisite: GERM 1 (equivalent to one year of high school German) or equivalent.-01 Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Introductory Writing and Grammar 12:30 PM-02:20 PM Skills (CLAS) TTh KARR-ROMERO. LARISSA MLC113 GERM 3: Elementary German (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). listening. 00937 GERM-003. The course moves at a slower pace with small group instruction. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Basic writing and editing skills for students with specialized learning needs preparing for college level writing activities. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). cognitive/perceptual abilities and academic achievement levels.-61 Elementary German (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW CHIRIAEVA.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 10:33 AM . The course is designed to improve skills in mathematics by addressing areas of difficulty common to students with disabilities in mathematics. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 42826 GERM-002. Continuation of introduction to the language and cultures of the German-speaking countries. or ESL 272 and 273. sentence structure.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . grammar and syntax. Course Description: Individualized psycho-educational assessment which provides an analysis of learning strengths and weaknesses.Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. and paragraph development.) Prerequisite: GERM 2 (equivalent to two years of high school German) or equivalent. 40163 GUID-207. Language laboratory practice to reinforce pronunciation. Completion of introduction to the language and cultures of the German-speaking countries.) || Formerly: (Formerly GUID 119. DEBORAH Title Time Dates/Days Instructor EDC ****** History CRN 71 of 163 Course Location 2/5/16. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture.html GERM 2: Elementary German (Second Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).-55 Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Instructional Assistance Laboratory (TBA) TBA TBA CENTANNI. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture. Course Description: Further development of material presented in GERM 1 and 2.Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. An overview of accommodations and services available to students is also provided. capitalization. Language laboratory practice to reinforce pronunciation. DEBORAH EDC GUID 207: Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Introductory Writing and Grammar Skills Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Practice parts of speech. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Advisory: GUID 200 or placement by a counselor. BREA E25 GUID 211: Algebra Skills I Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5. MAIKE Title Time Dates/Days Instructor L63 ****** Guidance CRN Course Location GUID 200: Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Learning Skills Assessment Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). DEBORAH L64 GUID 219: Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Instructional Assistance Laboratory Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). Engage in diverse writing formats including structured paragraphs on a variety of topics using compensatory written learning strategies.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.-55 Educational Diagnostic Center (EDC) Learning Skills Assessment (TBA) TBA MTWThF CENTANNI. 40166 GUID-211. or ESL 272 and 273. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Advisory: GUID 200 or placement by a counselor.-61 Elementary German (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh AHRENDS. Assessment results may be utilized to determine a student's eligibility for community college learning disability services. Course Description: A transitional class for students with special learning needs. listening. 40147 GUID-200. Course Description: Further development of material presented in GERM 1.-01 Algebra Skills I (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh CENTANNI. grammar and syntax.

the social roles which defined women primarily by their gender and the legal realities that women faced. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as WMST 9. WENDY L72 43984 * HIST-003A-64Z World History from Prehistory to 750 CE (CLAS) TBA TBA STEVENS.deanza. representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa. Special attention will be given to contributions of various peoples and cultures. political and economic issues will be assessed. multiperspective view of world history. BEN FOR1 42623 HIST-003C-03 World History from 1750 CE to the Present (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW WHITE. CHRISTOPHER L26 43986 HIST-003B-04 World History from 750 CE to 1750 CE (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh MARDER. focusing on recent and current interactions between the world's peoples. 43983 HIST-003A-01L World History from Prehistory to 750 CE (CLAS) 08:30 AM-12:20 PM F JACKSON. 10:33 AM .-01 Women in American History (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh CINI. human communities in arts and literature.html HIST 3A: World History from Prehistory to 750 CE Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). using a thematic approach and offering a balanced.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. or increasing encounters between the world's peoples. CARLOS S75 HIST 9: Women in American History Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Beginning with late prehistoric times and covering to 750 Common Era (CE).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ICS 38B. political and social reality. RASHI 43993 HIST-003C-61 World History from 1750 CE to the Present (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh HUPP. CAROL L26 2/5/16.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . using a thematic approach and offering a balanced. CHRISTOPHER L26 43343 HIST-003A-02 World History from Prehistory to 750 CE (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh KLINE. Interdisciplinary. BEN FOR1 44197 HIST-003C-02 World History from 1750 CE to the Present (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW KLINE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Europe and Oceania. Course Description: The development of Western Civilization from the early modern period (1750 CE) to the present.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. but not both. BEN L26 43357 HIST-003A-04 World History from Prehistory to 750 CE (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh WHITE.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. with an emphasis on the French Revolution. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. Interdisciplinary.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. the Americas. the Americas.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. for credit. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Beginning with 1750 Common Era (CE) and covering to the present. the Americas. 43355 HIST-006C-01 History of Western Civilization (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh STEVENS. MARGARET ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): HIST-003A-64Z: Online Course. Focuses on understanding the region as a diverse geographic. Course Description: Latin American history from post-colonialism to the present (1810 to the present). cultures and civilizations. and civilizations. PATRICK S75 FOR4 HIST 3C: World History from 1750 CE to the Present Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Europe and Oceania. representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa. European imperialism. an individual e-mail address and a high-speed internet connection is required.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. multi-perspective view of world history. environmentalism and the economic growth of Europe during and after the Cold War era. Students may enroll in either department. Asia. Europe and Oceania. Students may enroll in either department.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 43337 72 of 163 HIST-009. Asia. cultures and civilizations. Significant moral.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: Beginning with 750 Common Era (CE) and covering to 1750 CE. the Web. using a thematic approach and offering a balanced. Asia. both world wars. multi-perspective view of world history. 43987 HIST-003B-01 World History from 750 CE to 1750 CE (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh MUJAL. Course Description: Critical examination of the social. cultural and political history of American women from the colonial times to the present. Interdisciplinary. WENDY 43347 HIST-003C-04 World History from 1750 CE to the Present (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh JACKMAN. CARLOS MLC260 43339 HIST-003B-02 World History from 750 CE to 1750 CE (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh KLINE.edu/distance/ HIST 3B: World History from 750 CE to 1750 CE Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). cultures. 43342 HIST-003C-01 World History from 1750 CE to the Present (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh KLINE. Emphasis on the movements which enhanced women's political and economic rights. MARGARET L72 HIST 7B: Modern Latin American History Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 43555 HIST-007B-01 Modern Latin American History (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh MUJAL. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . but not both. CRYSTAL L72 G1 L72 HIST 6C: History of Western Civilization Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). BEN 43985 HIST-003B-03L World History from 750 CE to 1750 CE (CLAS) 12:30 PM-04:20 PM F JACKSON. economic. Access to a computer.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. for credit. focusing on the world's ancient peoples. nationalism. industrialization. representative and inclusive sampling of the world's cultures from Africa. focusing on the convergence of.

DAVID MLC113 43990 HIST-017A-02 History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh STEVENS. A survey of United States history (political. MARGARET ADM119 40093 HIST-017A-03 History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh CINI.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. A survey of the social. ONLINE HIST 17C: History of the United States from 1900 to the Present Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). for credit.deanza. economic. 43341 HIST-017B-02 History of the United States from 1800 to 1900 (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh MUJAL.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu /distance/ HIST 18B: African American History Since 1865 Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). ANNE CHC 43359 HIST-017C-06 History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW HAMER. but not both. for credit. Course Description: An introductory history exploring modern China and Japan from the 19th to the 21st centuries. DAVID MLC105 42631 HIST-017C-03 History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh STEVENS. Course Description: U. CAROL L26 L26 CHC HIST 17B: History of the United States from 1800 to 1900 Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. cultural.S. MARY L81 43340 HIST-017C-05 History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW HICKLING. 43988 HIST-017C-01 History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh MUJAL. 43603 * HIST-018B-64Z African American History Since 1865 (TBA) TBA TBA LEWIS. and people that shaped the history of the United States will be analyzed. and social development). civilization to Early National Era. ANNE 00963 HIST-017A-05 History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW CINI. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as INTL 19B. CARLOS Course Notes (Spring): HIST-017B-64Z: Online Course. social and gender groups in the American experience.deanza. How institutions. civilization from 1800 to 1900. intellectual.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.edu/distance/ .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . A survey of United States history (political. 10:33 AM . Students may enroll in either department. This course will help students understand the role of people of African ancestry in the political. Course Description: American civilization from 1900 to the present.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. economic and intellectual development of the Colonial Era with emphasis on the era of the American Revolution. CARLOS S75 43356 HIST-017B-04 History of the United States from 1800 to 1900 (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh IGNOFFO. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. intellectual. DAVID ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): HIST-017C-64Z: Online Course with required on campus exams. the development of the Constitution.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. JOHN L72 43989 * HIST-017C-64Z History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) TBA TBA HOWARD-PITNEY.edu/distance/ .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. policies. economic. policies. Students must have access to e-mail and the Internet. JULIE Course Notes (Spring): HIST-018B-64Z: Online Course. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .S. CAROL 42905 HIST-017A-04 History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh HICKLING. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. JOHN L72 43982 * HIST-017B-64Z History of the United States from 1800 to 1900 (CLAS) TBA TBA MUJAL. ALEXANDER ADM119 43346 HIST-017C-02 History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh HOWARD-PITNEY. The major events. CAROL L26 41385 HIST-017A-06 History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh CINI. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ICS 18B. political.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Course Description: U. but not both.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. ONLINE HIST 19B: History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (19th . 42742 HIST-017A-01 History of the United States to Early National Era (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh HOWARD-PITNEY.21st Centuries) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. MARGARET L72 43349 HIST-017C-04 History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh IGNOFFO.21st Centuries) (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh KNITTEL.html HIST 17A: History of the United States to Early National Era Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). CARLOS S75 44015 HIST-017C-01L History of the United States from 1900 to the Present (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM F GEROULD. and social development). social and economic life of the United States from Reconstruction to the Jim Crow era. GREGORY CHC 2/5/16. Course Description: An examination of the history of the African American in the United States since the Civil War. MARY L72 43992 HIST-017B-61 History of the United States from 1800 to 1900 (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM MW HAMER. Access to e-mail and the Internet required.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. to the modern Civil Rights Movement to the Black Power Movement until today. and laws have historically oppressed people of African ancestry living in the United States will also be examined.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Students must have access to e-mail and the Internet. Students may enroll in either department. and the role of the major ethnic.deanza. 42923 73 of 163 HIST-019B-01 History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (19th .

Students must have access to a computer. the life cycle.Marina District. even more the quintessential San Franciscan. S. or ESL 272 and 273. family health. Exploration of past and current theories of health and fitness with emphasis on the roles of genetics. Course Description: Topics relating to California's sites and monuments through a historical perspective of various eras and major architects who created or influenced them. drug abuse." indeed the only city in the entire West. BARBARA Course Notes (Spring): HLTH-021. San Francisco rose to prominence early as the "Instant City. 262 and 263. William Chapman Ralston became the ultimate Californian. 6:30-10:20 PM Field Studies: Sat 4/23/16. wellness and lifestyle management. F. 1915. his aggressive initiatives were pivotal in funding the development of his beloved City and State.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Wilderness. Students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide basic care for injuries and 74 of 163 2/5/16. As head of "Ralston's Ring" of investors. community. 44114 HIST-053X-95 Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Starts: 05/19/2016 FORBES SR. and age.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).deanza. and global health needs.Belmont Sat 4/30/16. 9:00 AM-5:30 PM .deanza. Attention given to mental health. muscular strength and endurance. and Disasters Unit(s): 1 || Hours: One hour lecture (12 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. Practices and beliefs that contribute to fitness and healthful living.30. nutrition. CHATHAM TBA Ends: 04/30/2016 S 44113 HIST-054X-95 Special Topics: Significant Californians (TBA) TBA Starts: 04/21/2016 FORBES SR. Home. Course Description: Works and achievements of specific Californians will be studied in relation to how they affected the trends. Study of common lifestyle behaviors will emphasize self-help and preventable aspects of medical care. 6. socioeconomic. 44192 HLTH-051. In 1894. 44113 HIST-054X-95 Special Topics: Significant Californians (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Starts: 04/21/2016 FORBES SR.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: Designed for certification in American Red Cross First Aid. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . CHATHAM TBA Ends: 06/04/2016 S 44114 HIST-053X-95 Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments (TBA) TBA Starts: 05/19/2016 FORBES SR. Students may enroll in either department. Title Time ****** Health CRN Course Dates/Days Instructor Location HLTH 21: Contemporary Health Concerns Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Introduction to the disciplines of Physical Education and Health through fitness. gender. or ESL 261. CHATHAM TBA Ends: 06/04/2016 S Course Notes (Spring): HIST-053X-95: The Prideful City: San Francisco's Three World's Fairs Instructor: Chatham Forbes Units: 2 Room:CHC Days/Times: Lectures: Th 5/19/16. body composition. 9::00 AM-5:30 PM . || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 9:00 AM-5:30 PM . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). exercise. 10:33 AM .) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 262 and 263. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. 00985 * HLTH-021.-64Z Contemporary Health Concerns (TBA) TBA TBA LIECHTY. Th 6/2/16.-01 Health and Fitness (LEC) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh KRAGALOTT. and completion of its two famous bridges. Sat 6/4/16. recovery from devastation. geographical and environmental conditions providing the historical and cultural context in which these styles evolved. and 1939-40 the City put on three ambitious World's Fairs to celebrate its increasing importance. Students will assess their own cardiovascular capacity. CHATHAM CHC Ends: 04/30/2016 Th 44113 HIST-054X-95 Special Topics: Significant Californians (TBA) TBA Starts: 04/21/2016 FORBES SR. and great mineral wealth.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Consideration of the political. but not both. HIST 54X: Special Topics: Significant Californians Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as P E 51. Concepts of wellness from an interdisciplinary and multicultural perspective. infectious and degenerative diseases.edu/distance/ ONLINE HLTH 51: Health and Fitness Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . the Web and an individual email address.html HIST 53X: Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). and ecological conditions of health significance. Course Description: Development of understanding and attitudes relative to personal. climate.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. CHATHAM CHC Ends: 06/04/2016 Th 44114 HIST-053X-95 Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments (TBA) TBA Starts: 05/19/2016 FORBES SR. flexibility. or ESL 261. family. Th 4/28/16. Course Description: By reason of geography.20 pm Field Studies: Sat 5/21/16. social climate. CHATHAM TBA Ends: 04/30/2016 S Course Notes (Spring): HIST-054X-95: Billy Ralston: The Man Who Built San Francisco Instructor: Chatham Forbes Units : 2 Room: CHC Day/Times: Lectures: Th 4/21/16.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. in and out of class. for credit.Golden Gate Park.-64Z: Online Course. history and development of California. ARDEN PE673 HLTH 57A: First Aid for the Community.San Francisco Course Description: Born in Ohio. 9:00 AM -5:30 PM .F. CHATHAM CHC Ends: 04/30/2016 Th 44113 HIST-054X-95 Special Topics: Significant Californians (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Starts: 04/21/2016 FORBES SR.10. CHATHAM CHC Ends: 06/04/2016 Th 44114 HIST-053X-95 Topics in California Historical Sites and Monuments (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM Starts: 05/19/2016 FORBES SR. S.

-01L Introduction to Health Technologies (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM F HASSEL. spelling and pronunciation. The emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture. PATRICIA MLC103 HTEC 60A: Basic Medical Terminology Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). listening. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). each participant will receive an American Red Cross certification in CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers.edu /donahuemary/Health57E S56 S56 ****** Hindi CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location HNDI 3: Elementary Hindi (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). assist students in health technology professions to learn basic principles of human behavior. May 6. NILU Time Dates/Days Instructor L32 ****** Health Technologies CRN Course Title Location HTEC 50: Introduction to Health Technologies Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. T MIRAMONTES.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: HTEC 50 (may be taken concurrently). MARY Ends: 06/17/2016 F 44147 HLTH-057E-55L CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM Starts: 04/29/2016 DONAHUE. Adaptations for delayed help in situations such as a wilderness environment or after an earthquake. or download on iTunes or DVDs available for checkout through the Learning Center West Computer Lab. Please visit the following instructor website for information: http://faculty. child and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. and Disasters (CLAS) 01:30 PM-04:20 PM Starts: 04/08/2016 DONAHUE.deanza. suffixes and roots with emphasis on analysis. 10:33 AM . definition. MAUREEN S74 HTEC-060A-61 Basic Medical Terminology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM 00994 * HTEC-060A-64Z Basic Medical Terminology (TBA) TBA TBA HASSEL. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 15. 44181 HNDI-003. Completion of introduction to the language and culture of the Hindi-speaking states and communities. For information visit the following Web site: http://faculty.-01 Elementary Hindi (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh GUPTA. Course Description: Survey of health technology programs with emphasis on the professions. each participant will receive an American Red Cross certification in Standard First Aid (valid for three years).edu/donahuemary/Health57A HLTH 57E: CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). MARY Ends: 06/17/2016 F Course Notes (Spring): HLTH-057E-55L: This class meets six Fridays.) Prerequisite: HNDI 2 (equivalent to two years of high school Hindi) or equivalent. Course Description: Orientation to medical terminology. April 8. and 17. Using American Red Cross standards. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 75 of 163 2/5/16. Basic speaking. April 29. or ESL 261. students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to apply the blood-borne pathogens regulations issued by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration with the intent to prevent disease transmission. 13. Students must attend all class meetings to receive credit for the course. Home. 20 and June 10. and 29. 00993 HTEC-060A-01 Basic Medical Terminology (CLAS) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-060A-01: concurrent enrollment in other HTEC courses is not necessary. Wilderness.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). perform adult. MARY S56 Ends: 04/29/2016 F Course Notes (Spring): HLTH-057A-55L: This class meets four Fridays. MAUREEN S74 42956 M MIRAMONTES. 44146 HLTH-057A-55L First Aid for the Community. basic structure of medical terms and their components-prefixes. Upon successful completion of the course. (Upon successful completion of the course. reading and writing of Hindi will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. 262 and 263. recognize and provide basic care for breathing emergencies.html sudden illnesses until advanced medical personnel take over.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. For information on REQUIRED online orientation go to http://www.deanza. PATRICIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-060A-64Z: Available video-streamed to the desktop (high-speed internet connection required). Course Description: Designed for certification in American Red Cross Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillation for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers.edu/distance/ HTEC 60G: Advanced Medical Terminology Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter).deanza.) 44147 HLTH-057E-55L CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:20 PM Starts: 04/29/2016 DONAHUE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . designed to assist in identifying personal strengths and weaknesses related to health technology professions.deanza. 43415 HTEC-050. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: HTEC 60A. Course Description: Further development of material presented in HNDI 1 and HNDI 2. 22.

|| General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 64A. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . symbols.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: HTEC 60A. students must bring proof of this the first day of class. special collections. integumentary. 00999 # HTEC-068.-61: concurrent enrollment in HTEC 101C skills lab. HTEC 68: Medical Reception Externship Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). medical chart notes. blood and lymphatics. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-068. keyboarding appropriate formats in medical communications. venipuncture and skin puncture equipment. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MARY S74 Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-064B-61: Students must have successfully completed HTEC 64A. nervous. 00995 HTEC-060H-01 Advanced Medical Terminology (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM M POWERS.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-61 Medical Communications (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-061. concurrent enrollment in HTEC 101A skills lab. medical practice acts. specimen processing and handling. Course Description: Medical ethics. and legal issues. Advisory: HTEC 60A. Co-requisite: HTEC 64B students must also enroll in HTEC 101A. Course Description: Practical medical reception experience in medical clinics. patient identification. numbers. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 60A. legal relationship of patient and physician. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 61 students must also enroll in HTEC 101C.-55F Medical Reception Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. ROBERTA 01002 HTEC-073. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-064A-01: Students must have had three Hepatitis B vaccinations or have a positive titer and. students must have a positive Hepatitis B titer and bring proof of this to the first day of class. Course Description: Addresses blood collection procedures and includes: safety. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. musculoskeletal.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 76 of 163 2/5/16. psychiatry. respiratory. infection collection. 00996 HTEC-061. ROY SC3101 HTEC 64A: Basic Clinical Laboratory Procedures Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. patient preparation. specimen requirements. endocrine. urinary. 43891 HTEC-060G-01 Advanced Medical Terminology (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM M POWERS.html Course Description: Application of medical terminology to the following body systems: digestive. laboratory requisition.deanza. legal responsibilities of the health technology team member. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: HTEC 60A.-01 Medical Law and Ethics (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM M POWERS. 05:30 PM-08:20 PM T SHURTLIFF.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: HTEC 60A. pre-analytical considerations. safety standards. Course Description: Duties of the medical receptionist with emphasis on oral communications and appointment scheduling. ROBERTA 43864 HTEC-060G-61 Advanced Medical Terminology (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM T SCHMITZ. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: HTEC 60A. oncology. 71 and 73. one and one-half hours laboratory (30 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Introduction to the clinical laboratory: infection control. professional liability. and radiology. specimen identification.-01L Medical Office Reception (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM F ERICKSON. blood collection equipment and supplies.edu CLNIC HTEC 71: Medical Office Reception Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). bloodborne pathogen standard. physician's civic duties and arbitration.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. circulatory system. 01000 HTEC-071. sensory organs. Course Description: Application of medical terminology to the following body systems: cardiovascular. S74 HTEC 64B: Advanced Clinical Laboratory Procedures Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). SUSAN MLC103 HTEC 73: Medical Law and Ethics Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). 43416 HTEC-073. consultations and operative reports.-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. blood collection procedures for venipuncture and skin puncture. quality assurance. || Formerly: (Formerly HTEC 74. SUSAN SC3103 S52 HTEC 60H: Advanced Medical Terminology Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). 00998 HTEC-064B-61 Advanced Clinical Laboratory Procedures (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM Th LAVIN. pharmacology. 00997 HTEC-064A-01 Basic Clinical Laboratory Procedures (CLAS) 11:30 AM-02:20 PM M MIRAMONTES. 10:33 AM . Course Description: Application of medical terminology. history and physicals. ROBERTA SC3103 HTEC 61: Medical Communications Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). ROY S74 SC3103 HTEC 74A: Medical Transcription with Editing I Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture.-61 Medical Law and Ethics (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM Th SHURTLIFF. abbreviations. reproductive.

42514 HTEC-076B-61 Advanced Medical Coding II (CLAS) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM W 42514 HTEC-076B-61 Advanced Medical Coding II (LAB) 06:30 PM-07:45 PM W VILLALOBOS-MARTINEZ. financial management. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: HTEC 60A and 72. Course Description: Development of basic medical transcription skills for a facility using actual dictation from Gastroenterology and Orthopedics specialties. 43427 HTEC-075. Course Description: An introduction to the various techniques and safety procedures in clinical microbiology. 42517 HTEC-077Y-65R Special Projects in Health Technology (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 74A. Emphasizes the morphology and identification of common pathogenic organisms. ROY SHURTLIFF. along with the basic skills for speech recognition editing. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . media for isolation. KATHRYN SC3103 HTEC 76B: Advanced Medical Coding II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. Correlating test results with disease states will be accomplished. MYRIAM VILLALOBOS-MARTINEZ. 43421 43421 HTEC-074A-61 HTEC-074A-61 Medical Transcription with Editing I (CLAS) Medical Transcription with Editing I (LAB) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-07:45 PM T T SHURTLIFF. PATRICIA S73 2/5/16. For admission information email MLT Program Director: buchnerpatricia@fhda. ROY SC3103 SC3103 HTEC 74B: Medical Transcription with Editing II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture.html Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 61. Course Description: Addresses microorganisms of medical microbiology with emphasis on the characteristics of clinically significant microorganisms and their biochemical profile. Co-requisite: HTEC 74A students must also enroll in HTEC 101H. Course Description: Individual advanced projects in health technology. HTEC 183.-61 Medical Office Management (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM M ATWOOD.edu S73 HTEC 83A: Clinical Microbiology Lecture Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). Correlation of test results with disease states will be accomplished. MYRIAM S74 S74 HTEC 77Y: Special Projects in Health Technology Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). Successful completion of this course and HTEC 83A is required to enroll in Clinical Microbiology Practicum. and Neurology specialties. ROY SC3103 SC3103 HTEC 75: Medical Office Management Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Course Description: Development of advanced medical transcription skills for a facility using actual dictation from Obstetrics and Gynecology. editorial and research duties and meeting arrangements. Co-requisite: HTEC 74C students must also enroll in HTEC 101K. parasitology and mycology.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. 43894 77 of 163 HTEC-083A-01 Clinical Microbiology Lecture (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:35 AM MT BUCHNER.-01 Clinical Microbiology Laboratory (CLAS) 12:00 PM-02:05 PM MT BUCHNER. 10:33 AM .-01: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. and identification methods for selected pathogens. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 83 students must also enroll in HTEC 83A. Successful completion of this course and HTEC 83 is required to enroll in Clinical Microbiology Practicum. MAUREEN TBA HTEC 83: Clinical Microbiology Laboratory Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory (54 hours total per quarter). 43892 HTEC-083. ROY SHURTLIFF. (AHIMA) American Health Information Association.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: Introduces the advance concepts and guidelines from (AHA) American Hospital Association. 43422 43422 HTEC-074B-61 HTEC-074B-61 Medical Transcription with Editing II (CLAS) Medical Transcription with Editing II (LAB) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-07:45 PM T T SHURTLIFF. and techniques used in basic bacteriology. (AMA) American Medical Association CPT4 (Current Procedural Terminology) and HCPCS (Healthcare Common Procedure Coding Systems) Outpatient procedure coding systems. personnel recruitment and training. HTEC 183. theories. PATRICIA Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-083. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 83A students must also enroll in HTEC 83. Emphasizes routine organism identification. Dermatology. Course Description: Advanced administrative skills including computerized accounts management duties of the medical office manager. along with the basic skills for speech recognition editing.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 76A. one and one-half hours laboratory (30 hours total per quarter). Otorhinolaryngology and Urology specialties. along with the basic skills for speech recognition editing.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 74B.deanza. ROY SHURTLIFF. The student will be introduced to identification methods. office policy and procedure manuals. and (AMA) American Medical Association:ICD-10-CM/PCS Coding Systems. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . one and one-half hours laboratory (30 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Development of Advanced Medical Transcription skills for a facility using actual dictation from Oncology. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . one and one-half hours laboratory (30 hours total per quarter). Pulmonology. Co-requisite: HTEC 74B students must also enroll in HTEC 101J. ROY SC3103 SC3103 HTEC 74C: Medical Transcription with Editing III Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 43883 43883 HTEC-074C-61 HTEC-074C-61 Medical Transcription with Editing III (CLAS) Medical Transcription with Editing III (LAB) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 06:30 PM-07:45 PM T T SHURTLIFF.

compatibility testing and serological procedures by performances in a student lab environment. This course must be successfully completed in order to qualify for the clinical externship and take the licensing exam. nutrition and diet therapy. 01006 HTEC-084A-61 Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology Lecture (CLAS) 04:30 PM-08:45 PM M GILLES.edu HTEC 84: Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology Laboratory Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory (54 hours total per quarter). spinal fluid. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 85C. subcutaneous. Course Description: Pertinent anatomy and physiology. MAUREEN S74 HTEC 91: Medical Office Diagnostic Tests Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). hazards and complications. theory of assisting with physical therapy and x-ray examinations. 42968 78 of 163 HTEC-094. After review of laboratory math. choice of equipment. theory of diagnostic procedures and instructions. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 91 students must also enroll in HTEC 101F. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 84 students must also enroll in HTEC 84A. proper technique. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 90G students must also enroll in HTEC 101B. preparation and administration of oral medication. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Successful completion of this course and HTEC 84A is required prior to enrollment in Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology Practicum. 10:33 AM . 01007 HTEC-085B-01L Clinical Chemistry II Laboratory (LAB) 11:30 AM-03:45 PM Th WAGNER. compatibility testing and serological procedures. Course Description: Teaches relationships between the endocrine system and analytes assayed in the clinical laboratory. Co-requisite: HTEC 85D students must also enroll in HTEC 85B. For admission information email MLT Program Director: buchnerpatricia@fhda. and a reintroduction to quality control and quality assurance.-61 Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology Laboratory (LAB) 04:30 PM-08:45 PM W GILLES.html Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-083A-01: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. characteristics important to quality lab technique and safety.-01 Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology Laboratory (LAB) 08:30 AM-12:45 PM W MILLER. The function and laboratory analysis of various body fluids including effusions. and compounds studied in toxicology. For admission information email MLT Program Director: buchnerpatricia@fhda. MAUREEN S74 2/5/16. Course Description: Medical asepsis. various procedures in the medical office.edu S73 43024 HTEC-084. MARGARET Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-085D-61: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. Course Description: Introduces the student to the basic principles of antigen and antibody reactions included in blood grouping and typing. including tumor markers. Advisory: HTEC 60A. and synovial fluid will be included. post-treatment and test patient care and satisfactory performance of a minimum of 10 intramuscular. The student will be introduced to vitamins assayed and correlate their clinical significance. and pancreatic function with test results and compare with states of health and disease.edu S73 HTEC 90G: Basic Patient Care Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).-01: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. Correlating test results with disease states will be accomplished. Course Description: Introduces the student to the basic principles of antigen and antibody reactions included in blood grouping and typing. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 85A.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Introduces serological and immunohematology procedures and techniques to measure analytes qualitatively and quantitatively. and intradermal injections. This course must be successfully completed in order to qualify for the clinical externship and take the licensing exam.edu S73 HTEC 85D: Clinical Chemistry II Lecture Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). For admission information email MLT Program Director: buchnerpatricia@fhda. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 84A students must also enroll in HTEC 84.edu S73 HTEC 84A: Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology Lecture Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours lecture (54 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Teaches the general laboratory principles and specific basic instrumentation methodologies used in basic clinical chemistry analysis. For admission information email MLT Program Director: buchnerpatricia@fhda. Successful completion of this course. HTEC 184. 01008 HTEC-085D-61 Clinical Chemistry II Lecture (CLAS) 04:30 PM-08:50 PM T YAMADA. kidney. Course Description: Electrocardiography. 01010 HTEC-091. therapeutic drugs. The student will correlate liver. BENJAMIN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-084. DEBORAH Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-085B-01L: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. Correlating test results with disease states will be accomplished.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Co-requisite: HTEC 85B students must also enroll in HTEC 85D. HTEC 85B.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 93 (may be taken concurrently). For admission information email MLT Program Director: buchnerpatricia@fhda. 01009 HTEC-090G-01 Basic Patient Care (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-090G-01: Concurrent enrollment in HTEC 101B skills lab. PATRICIA S74 HTEC 94: Administration of Medications Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). vital signs.-01 Administration of Medications (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Th MIRAMONTES. Introduces serological and immunohematology procedures and techniques to measure analytes qualitatively and quantitatively.-61: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process.-01 Medical Office Diagnostic Tests (CLAS) 08:30 AM-11:20 AM W WILLIAMS. HTEC 185. For admission information email MLT Program Director: buchnerpatricia@fhda. 43040 HTEC-084. 11:30 AM-02:20 PM W MIRAMONTES. the student will be introduced to variables of the pre-analytical phase. HTEC 85C and HTEC 85D are required to enroll in Clinical Chemistry Practicum. Advisory: HTEC 60A. preparation of examining room and patient. VICTORIA Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-084A-61: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process.deanza. VICTORIA Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-084.edu S73 HTEC 85B: Clinical Chemistry II Laboratory Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory (54 hours total per quarter). This course must be successfully completed in order to qualify for the clinical externship and take the licensing exam. This course must be successfully completed in order to qualify for the clinical externship and take the licensing exam.

60H. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. 75. 90H. Course Description: Medical file clerk practical experience in medical facilities. 54H.edu TBA HTEC 96F: Insurance and Coding Externship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). 54J. 74. 60H. 73. 71. and HTEC 50. Course Description: Business office clerk practical experience in medical facilities.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 50.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1A or ACCT 1AH. and BIOL 54G. 54J. 60H. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 50. 54H. Course Description: Insurance and coding practical experience in medical facilities. 91.edu TBA HTEC 96G: Medical Transcription Externship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). 60G.edu TBA HTEC 96A: Medical Assisting Externship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-096F-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. 60A. 68. 71 and 73. 64A.edu TBA HTEC 96E: Business Office Clerk Externship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). 41922 # HTEC-096E-55F Business Office Clerk Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and HTEC 50. 40969 # HTEC-096C-55F Medical File Clerk Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. 74. 90G. 95A and 110. 101D and 101G. 54H. and BIOL 54G. 40965 # HTEC-095A-55F Medical Assisting Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 90G. 94. 93. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 93. 64B. 68. 101C.html HTEC 95A: Medical Assisting Externship Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Nine hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Medical secretarial practical experience in medical facilities. 68. 60A. 60G. 60A and 73. 73 and 101D. Course Description: Administrative and clinical medical assisting practical experience in medical facilities. 72. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 74.edu TBA HTEC 95B: Phlebotomy Technician I Externship Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Nine hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). 60G.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 50. 72. and HTEC 50. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 79 of 163 2/5/16. 71. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. and HTEC 50. 10:33 AM . 54J. 64A. and HTEC 50. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-096E-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process.edu TBA HTEC 96B: Medical Secretarial Externship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). 94. 73. 54I. 91. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda.edu TBA HTEC 96D: Medical Record Clerk Externship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). 54I. 75. 40966 # HTEC-095B-55F Phlebotomy Technician I Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES.deanza.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 54J. 75. 90H. 101C and 101D. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-096B-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. 40974 # HTEC-096F-55F Insurance and Coding Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. 64A.edu TBA HTEC 96C: Medical File Clerk Externship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter). 60A. 60G. 72.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1A or ACCT 1AH. 73. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-096A-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. 72. 54H. 54I. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-095A-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-096D-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-096C-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. 43881 # HTEC-096D-55F Medical Record Clerk Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. and BIOL 54G. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. 60A. 96A and 110.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 60A. 60A. 40967 # HTEC-096A-55F Medical Assisting Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HLTH 57A and HLTH 57E. 54I. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 61.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: BIOL 54G. Course Description: Phlebotomy Technician I practical experience in medical facilities. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-095B-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. 73.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: ACCT 1A or ACCT 1AH. 43867 # HTEC-096B-55F Medical Secretarial Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. 64B. 71. 61. Course Description: Medical record clerk practical experience in medical facilities. 60A. Course Description: Clinical medical assisting practical experience in medical facilities. 72. 61. 64B. 61. 73 and 101A. 60H.

vital signs. 06:00 PM-08:50 PM T LAVIN. 101B and 101F. KATHRYN SC3103 HTEC 101K: Skill Building in Medical Transcription and Editing III Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 60A. Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in skills learned in the basic patient care course. KATHRYN SC3103 HTEC 101J: Skill Building in Medical Transcription and Editing II Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 73 and 74. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . HTEC 50. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 43424 HTEC-101H-61 Skill Building in Medical Transcription and Editing I (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM W ATWOOD.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 64B (may be taken concurrently). skills include proper hand washing. 40976 # HTEC-096H-55F EKG Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. 01016 HTEC-101B-01 Skill Building in Basic Patient Care (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101B-01: Students must be concurrently enrolled in HTEC 90G. 43425 HTEC-101J-61 Skill Building in Medical Transcription and Editing II (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM W ATWOOD. 61. 01020 HTEC-101F-01 Skill Building in Medical Office Diagnostic Tests (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101F-01: Concurrent enrollment in HTEC 91. along with the basic skills for speech recognition editing. MAUREEN S74 HTEC 101C: Skill Building in Medical Communications Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in skills learned in the medical office diagnostic tests course. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-096H-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu TBA HTEC 101A: Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Lab assisting practical experience in medical facilities. skills include performing assessing electrocardiograms. Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in skills learned in medical communications and advanced medical terminology.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 91 (may be taken concurrently). 54I.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 90G (may be taken concurrently). 90G. Dermatology. 02:30 PM-05:20 PM W MIRAMONTES. and Neurology specialties. 54H. MARY S74 HTEC 101B: Skill Building in Basic Patient Care Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 61. along with the basic skills for speech recognition editing. 101A. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. 64A.edu TBA HTEC 96H: EKG Externship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Twelve hours laboratory (144 hours total per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. MARY S74 01015 HTEC-101A-61 Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101A-61: concurrent enrollment in HTEC 64B. 73. 10:33 AM . 60H.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 50. 60G. SUSAN S74 HTEC 101H: Skill Building in Medical Transcription and Editing I Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). 95B. 91. 54J. 64B. 43882 # HTEC-096G-55F Medical Transcription Externship (TBA) TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in medical transcription skills for a medical facility using actual dictation for Obstetrics and Gynecology. 05:30 PM-08:20 PM W ATWOOD. 02:30 PM-05:20 PM T LAVIN. Course Description: Medical transcription practical experience in medical facilities. preparation of examination room and patient and various procedures in the medial office. KATHRYN SC3101 HTEC 101F: Skill Building in Medical Office Diagnostic Tests Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in medical transcription skills for a medical facility using actual dictation for Gastroenterology and Orthopedics medical specialties. 01014 HTEC-101A-01 Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101A-01: concurrent enrollment in HTEC 64B.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 101H students must also enroll in HTEC 74A.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 101H students must also enroll in HTEC 74B.html Requisites: Prerequisite: BIOL 54G. MAUREEN Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-096G-55F: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. 60H. For admission information email HTEC Program Director: miramontesmaureen@fhda. 08:30 AM-11:20 AM F SCHMITZ. Course Description: Proper collection and handling of blood specimens while developing speed and accuracy.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail 80 of 163 2/5/16.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 01017 HTEC-101C-61 Skill Building in Medical Communications (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101C-61: concurrent enrollment in HTEC 61 or HTEC 74. 60G. 60A.

|| General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Competence will be evaluated based on final clinical evaluations. and precision. Course Description: Development of speed and accuracy in medical transcription skills for a medical facility using actual dictation for Oncology. Competence will be evaluated based on final clinical evaluations. urinalysis and coagulation. along with the basic skills for speech recognition editing. 43418 HTEC-101M-01 Advanced Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures (CLAS) 02:30 PM-03:45 PM T LAVIN.-55F Clinical Hematology/Urinalysis/Coagulation Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA BUCHNER. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 81. Otorhinolaryngology and Urology specialties.edu S74 HTEC 110: Health Technologies Employment Preparation Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). accuracy. and precision. PATRICIA Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-184. This practicum will be conducted at a clinical affiliate site that will be assigned by the MLT (Medical Laboratory Technician) Program Director. 01022 # HTEC-180.-55F: Enrollment restricted to students enrolled in De Anza's Medical Laboratory Technician Program. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: To be taken the quarter before final externship. Course Description: Provides entry-level clinical laboratory practice/experience in the department of microbiology. Emphasis is placed on technique. Emphasis is placed on technique.-55 Health Technologies Employment Preparation (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-110. Competence will be evaluated based on final clinical evaluations. 43885 HTEC-101K-61 Skill Building in Medical Transcription and Editing III (CLAS) 05:30 PM-08:20 PM W ATWOOD.edu S74 43886 HTEC-101M-61 Advanced Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures (CLAS) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM T LAVIN.edu S74 HTEC 101M: Advanced Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). For admission information email MLT Program Coordinator: buchnerpatricia@fhda. PATRICIA Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-183. For admission information email instructor: LavinMary@fhda.deanza.html Requisites: Co-requisite: HTEC 101H students must also enroll in HTEC 74C. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . Different instrumentation will be introduced as well as bench/manual methods. MARY Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101M-01: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. Pulmonology. For admission information email MLT Program Coordinator: buchnerpatricia@fhda. 80A.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: Advanced collection and handling of blood specimens and increasing speed and accuracy. MAUREEN TBA HTEC 180: Clinical Hematology/Urinalysis/Coagulation Practicum Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Eighteen hours laboratory (216 hours total per quarter). MARY Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101L-01: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. Different instrumentation will be introduced as well as bench/manual methods.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 84 and HTEC 84A.-55F: Enrollment restricted to students enrolled in De Anza's Medical Laboratory Technician Program. TBA TBA MIRAMONTES. 81A. For admission information email instructor: LavinMary@fhda. 10:33 AM . 40963 # HTEC-184. For admission information email instructor: LavinMary@fhda. This practicum will take place at a clinical affiliate site that will be assigned by the MLT (Medical Laboratory Technician) Program Director. Emphasis is placed on technique.edu S74 43889 HTEC-101L-61 Intermediate Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures (CLAS) 06:00 PM-08:50 PM T LAVIN. accuracy. Course Description: Intermediate collection and handling of blood specimens and increasing speed and accuracy. KATHRYN SC3103 HTEC 101L: Intermediate Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). preparation of resume and interviewing. Course Description: Steps involved in seeking employment in medical facilities. This course must be successfully completed in order to take the national exam and qualify for a California state license. PATRICIA Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-180. 43887 HTEC-101L-01 Intermediate Skill Building in Clinical Laboratory Procedures (CLAS) 02:30 PM-05:20 PM T LAVIN. This course must be successfully completed in order to take the national exam and qualify for a California state license. For admission information email instructor: LavinMary@fhda.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 101A.-55F Clinical Microbiology Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA BUCHNER.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 83 and HTEC 83A.edu TBA HTEC 183: Clinical Microbiology Practicum Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Eighteen hours laboratory (216 hours total per quarter). 40962 # HTEC-183. 82 and 82A. This course must be successfully completed in order to take the national exam and qualify for a California license. MARY Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101L-61: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. For admission information email MLT Program Coordinator: buchnerpatricia@fhda.-55: Contact instructor at (408)864-8789 for course syllabus. preparation for certification examinations. Different instrumentation will be introduced as well as bench/manual methods.edu TBA HTEC 184: Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology Practicum Unit(s): 4 1/2 || Hours: Thirteen and one-half hours laboratory (162 hours total per quarter). and precision. 01021 HTEC-110. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . MARY Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-101M-61: To enroll in this class there is a selective admission process. This practicum will take place at a clinical affiliate site that will be assigned by the MLT (Medical Laboratory Technician) Program Director.edu 81 of 163 TBA 2/5/16.-55F Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA BUCHNER.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 80. Course Description: Provides entry-level clinical laboratory practice/experience in the department of serology and blood banking.-55F: Enrollment restricted to students enrolled in De Anza's Medical Laboratory Technician Program. Course Description: Provides entry-level clinical laboratory practice/experience in the department of hematology. accuracy.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 101A. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .

Exploration of personal lifestyle and health factors. social purpose. For admission information email MLT Program Coordinator: buchnerpatricia@fhda. sociological. NATASHA MLC105 G6 MLC105 01026 * HUMA-010.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. RANDY MCC-13 Course Notes (Spring): LEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in EWRT 1A. Assessment of academic and career goals. Different instrumentation will be introduced as well as bench/manual methods. with emphasis on attaining professional.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-64Z Human Sexuality (CLAS) TBA TBA PIERRE. and precision. FRANCES MLC103 MQ-2A 01031 + HUMA-010.-05 Life Skills for Higher Education (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh BURGOS. Instructor will be available on-line Thursdays from 5:00pm to 7:00pm beginning the week of 04/07/2014 to 06/27/2014. Course Description: Provides entry-level clinical laboratory practice/experience in the department of general and special chemistry.deanza. Topics covered include creative and realistic goal setting.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.edu/distance/ HUMA 20: Life Skills for Higher Education Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.deanza. PATRICIA Course Notes (Spring): HTEC-185.-06D Human Sexuality (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh CLAROS.-62 Human Sexuality (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM T JOPLIN. Course Description: The comprehensive study of the biological. Students must have access to a computer. Includes an assessment of various cultural mores and current safe sex practices. writing. development. 01038 HUMA-020.edu if you have questions. multicultural. viewed from psychological. KEVIN 01028 HUMA-010.-55F Clinical Chemistry Practicum (TBA) TBA TBA BUCHNER. note taking and test taking methods to improve personal strategies. including gender. http://www.-10 Human Sexuality (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM TTh JOPLIN. psychological and socio-cultural aspects of human sexuality.) (Not open to students with credit in HUMI 1H.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. sexual orientation. or ESL 272 and 273. Competence will be evaluated based on final clinical evaluations.edu/impact-aapi/ Contact Kristin Skager at skagerkristin@fhda. ADRIENNE ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): HUMA-010. Students analyze creativity as a central source of meaning and purpose in their lives as well as a development of their unique combination of human intelligences. SHIREEN Time Dates/Days Instructor CHC ****** Humanities CRN Course Title Location HUMI 1: Creative Minds Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-55F: Enrollment restricted to students enrolled in De Anza's Medical Laboratory Technician Program. and global concerns. Part of the Impact AAPI Program.-61 Human Sexuality (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM M CLAROS. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Addresses a multitude of life skills and strategies for success. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Emphasis is placed on technique. This course must be successfully completed in order to take the national exam and qualify for a California license.1YD (CRN #00734).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: HTEC 85B and HTEC 85D. and techniques to reduce math and science anxiety. library and Internet use. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. including the causes and management of stress. 40379 HUMA-050.deanza. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Lives of creative people from all over the world are examined and 82 of 163 2/5/16. holistic health. and physiological perspectives. physical and psychological disabilities. college and community resources. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . personal and academic goals in a diverse society. the Web and an individual email address. cultural relevant learning styles. accuracy. time management. An exploration into values and attitudes and their relationship to behaviors and behavioral changes. Course Description: The study of stress as the interaction between the individual and the environment. NATASHA 01034 HUMA-010. Development of critical thinking skills.-64Z Online Course. academic and life management.-02 Understanding and Managing Stress (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW WOO. and role in culture change.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 10:33 AM .html HTEC 185: Clinical Chemistry Practicum Unit(s): 6 || Hours: Eighteen hours laboratory (216 hours total per quarter).-03 Human Sexuality (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh JACKLER. its sources. PATRICIA L65 HUMA 50: Understanding and Managing Stress Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.-02 Human Sexuality (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh GLAPION. This practicum will be conducted at a clinical affiliate site that will be assigned by the MLT (Medical Laboratory Technician) Program Director. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . as it relates to academic success. RANDY 01035 HUMA-010. Course Description: An introduction to the study of creativity in human life.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and application of reading. 01027 HUMA-010. and development of education plans.www. selection of majors. Evaluation and application of academic study methods to achieve subject matter mastery. 44126 # HTEC-185.edu/linc 01033 HUMA-010.edu TBA ****** Human Development CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location HUMA 10: Human Sexuality Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).

-01 Introduction to Korean Popular Culture (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh JUNG. 01058 HUMI-013. Special emphasis is placed on art as a tool for social change. Course Description: Interdisciplinary introduction to artistic cultural studies. BARBARA Course Notes (Spring): HUMI-001. Ideas and Values Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-04 Creative Minds (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh CLINCHARD. the Web and an individual email address. Also. Course Description: Explores the expression of spiritual and religious thought and aspiration in the arts. marketing and distribution. equitable.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Critical. gender/sexuality.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Students must have access to a computer. perceptions of nature and the natural environment and rituals relating to the particular social context of each tradition. it explores the unique patterns of Korean culture and Korean cultural issues related to contemporary Asian societies and global issues.-01 Introduction to Comparative Religion (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh CLINCHARD.deanza. reflective and experiential in approach. ALYSIA 40530 * HUMI-001. JOHN 42539 HUMI-001.-09 Creative Minds (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh STAFF.-02 Introduction to Korean Popular Culture (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh JUNG. JANET 41896 HUMI-001. family and social value systems.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . historical and political contexts and will evaluate how popular culture is created and sustained by mass media and techniques of mass production.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Examines multi-levels of the socio-construction of modern Korean society through TV drama (soap opera). images. conflicts. love/marriage.-03 Creative Minds (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW WHITE. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/distance/ G1 G4 ADM101 G4 ADM101 G4 ONLINE HUMI 6: Popular Culture Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). LESLIE ONLINE 2/5/16. symbols. This course builds commitment to civic and moral responsibility for diverse.-01 The Arts and the Human Spirit (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh JACKMAN.-64Z Creative Minds (TBA) TBA TBA HOFFMAN. Course Description: An interdisciplinary examination and comparison of the religious dimensions of human life: history. Students may enroll in either department.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. emotional experiences. concepts.-05D Creative Minds (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWTh BREITER. social class. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . ALYSIA 41897 HUMI-001. LORI G4 HUMI 13: Introduction to Korean Popular Culture Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). metaphors. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-01 Popular Culture (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW RAMSEY. 43264 83 of 163 * HUMI-016.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 01053 HUMI-009. LORI ADM101 43262 HUMI-001.-01 Creative Minds (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh GALINDO.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. RAEANN ADM101 HUMI 7: The Arts and the Human Spirit Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and analyzes the roles of creativity and spirituality in the arts in general.-08 Creative Minds (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW SHAW. YOUNG MLC113 HUMI 16: Arts. attitudes. 10:33 AM .-64Z Arts.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Examines religious art in various media in particular. LORI ADM119 43851 + HUMI-001. A critical analysis of the dynamic process through which contemporary cultural values and social constructions of gender.-62 Creative Minds (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM W RUEDA. Course Description: Utilizes the methods of the humanities in a critical analysis of popular culture. M 43263 HUMI-001. but not both.) (Not open to students with credit in HUMI 9H.-10 Creative Minds (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW RUEDA.-11L Creative Minds (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM F MISCHKE.-64Z: Online Course. sexual orientation.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. ethnicity. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. Students engage themselves as members of larger social fabrics and develop the abilities and motivation to take informed action for change.html contextualized.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 01041 HUMI-001. This inquiry is framed in multicultural. healthy and sustainable communities. 43852 HUMI-007. Emphasis will be placed on the numerous practices and perspectives of women and men throughout time and from different cultures regarding their sense of the sacred.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. JAVIER G4 40099 HUMI-001.-06 Creative Minds (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh BREITER. YOUNG MLC113 42149 HUMI-013. 41756 HUMI-006.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. WENDY 41755 HUMI-001. RASHI G4 HUMI 9: Introduction to Comparative Religion Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). film and pop music. No Korean language or studies experience necessary. Course Description: An interdisciplinary introduction to contemporary Korean popular culture which explores modern Korean society across a wide range of themes such as identity. SALAMANDER ADM101 01042 HUMI-001. Students examine how social meaning is constructed by the "texts" of popular culture in a constantly changing era of globalization of information and economies. Ideas and Values (CLAS) TBA TBA BERRY. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as INTL 13.-02 Creative Minds (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh CLINCHARD.-07 Creative Minds (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWTh BREITER. for credit.deanza. religion and globalization shape and have been shaped by artistic expression. myths. terminology. material expressions. SALAMANDER ADM101 01045 HUMI-001. SALAMANDER ADM101 01043 HUMI-001.

the Web. WENDY Time Dates/Days Instructor G1 ****** Intercultural Studies CRN Course Title Location ICS 4: Race.-07 Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh TBA MLC109 01087 ICS -007. the Web and an individual email address.deanza.edu/distance/ ONLINE ICS 7: Intercultural Communication Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Social movements and policy debates on racial equity will be analyzed.-64Z History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (TBA) TBA TBA CADGE-MOORE. MARGARET S41 01084 ICS -007. Emphasis will be placed on how the past.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . it also conceals.deanza. Ethnicity and Inequality (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh LEE. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ARTS 2F. Information on syllabus and orientation available at http://www. Students may enroll in either department. Class meetings physically on Wednesdays 6:30 . Significant attention will be given to topics considered important by each ethnicity or group. Students may enroll in either department. Students must have access to a computer.-65Z History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (TBA) TBA TBA LEE. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as SOC 4.) (Not open to students with credit in HUMI 18H. Examines how differing cultures. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.-65Z Online Course. the Web and an individual email address. philosophy. CONSTANCE MLC109 44249 ICS -004. values. CATIE VPA132 01078 ICS -005. Native Americans. ETHAN MLC112 42122 ICS -004.-01 History as Mystery: A Critique of Western Perspectives in a Global Context (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh WHITE. 01077 ICS -005. Access to the internet required.-02 Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh COLE. analyzes and critiques fundamental western concepts from aesthetics.-06 Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW CHANG.-64Z Online Course. and social patterns influence the way members of groups relate among themselves and with members of other ethnic and cultural groups.-05 Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW CHANG. Students must have access to a computer. 43850 HUMI-018. for credit. including African Americans. JOEL MCC-10 84 of 163 2/5/16.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Course Description: A cross-cultural introduction to American art history which includes interdisciplinary analysis of diverse art forms generated by artists of color. SO KAM Course Notes (Spring): ICS -005.-61Y: Some online instruction. MICHAEL MLC113 42128 ICS -007.-01 Race. MARGARET MLC113 42916 ICS -007. and cultural expressions of diverse societies and their contributions to American visual culture are explored. languages. what do historical narratives conceal? What kind of historical scripts might emerge from our descendants based on our currentcultural artifacts? This is an interdisciplinary discussion that identifies. Students must have access to a computer.edu/distance/ HUMI 18: History as Mystery: A Critique of Western Perspectives in a Global Context Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). social class and contemporary social/political awareness. so. SOO MLC113 43005 * ICS -004. but not both.-03 Race. Exploration of race and ethnicity as historical and contemporary categories of identification in the context of social inequality. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Study of intercultural communication in domestic and global contexts. for credit. gender.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-02 Race. 01081 ICS -007. but not both. CONSTANCE MLC112 01082 ICS -007.edu/distance/ ONLINE 42108 * ICS -005.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. history. and Americans of non-European heritage.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and an individual email address. 10:33 AM .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 01076 ICS -004.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as SPCH 7.deanza. Ethnicity and Inequality (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM F CHOI. 6/8.10:20pm.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and future have the potential to inform one another and are framed by perspective. but not both.-03 Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW MC NULTY. Asian Americans. Course Description: An interdisciplinary examination of major concepts and controversies in study of racial and ethnic difference in the United States. Students may enroll in either department. and 6/22. Ethnicity and Inequality (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W KENSLER. except 4/27. Instructor will be available online on those dates.html Course Notes (Spring): HUMI-016.-01 History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh CADGE-MOORE. as well as issues related to racism. Course Description: As history reveals. for credit. Information on syllabus and orientation available at http://www.-61Y Race. Emphasizes development of interpersonal skills for communicating effectively across cultures and encourages appreciation of diverse cultural voices. MICHAEL MLC113 43662 ICS -007. Traditions.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.-04 Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh MC NULTY. CATIE Course Notes (Spring): ICS -005. MEGHAN MCC-10 Course Notes (Spring): ICS -004.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 5/18. Ethnicity and Inequality (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM TTh COLE.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. religion and science as representative of a perspective from an historical or cross-cultural context.-62 Intercultural Communication (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM T FRANKS. ICS 5: History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Latina(o)s/Chicana(o)s. present.-02 History of Art (Multicultural Arts in the United States) (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM MW CADGE-MOORE. examines.deanza. Ethnicity and Inequality Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-64Z: Online Course. CATIE VPA132 40336 * ICS -005.

The values.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. as well as other Asian American groups will be examined.-01 Sankofa: The Roots of the African American Experience (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW STAFF. 12 hours of community service learning are incorporated in the class requirements. policies. economic. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .g. Native American. Chamorro. for credit. Indian Americans. Emphasis will be placed on history and contemporary issues in Pacific Islander/American communities. Filipino Americans. MELISSAANN L64 ICS 22: Contemporary Asian American Communities Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Vietnamese Americans. Course Description: An interdisciplinary course inspired by Haile Gerima’s compelling motion picture. philosophy. Japanese Americans. Korean Americans. Micronesia. The word “Sankofa” means “it is not taboo to go back and reclaim what what has been lost”. CASSANDRA Course Notes (Spring): ICS-019. the challenges of making a living.deanza. Indian Americans. Nature and the Geographies of Identity (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh BLUME. and culture.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.-01 Introduction to Pacific Islander History and Culture (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh NEIVERA-LOZANO. JULIE Course Notes (Spring): ICS -18B-64Z: Online Course.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Students must have access to a computer. SOO MCC-17 ICS 21: Introduction to Pacific Islander History and Culture Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). This course will build upon this concept of “returning to the source” in order to understand the present state of the African Diaspora. policies. Fijian. Native Hawaiian. Course Description: An introduction to Asian American Studies and an exploration to the experiences of various Asian cultural groups in America. Course Description: An exploration of natural. the Web and an individual e-mail address.html ICS 10: An Introduction to African American Studies Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Experiences of Chinese Americans.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. the arts. || Formerly: (Formerly ICS 90. JULIE Course Notes (Spring): ICS -010. Students may enroll in either department. and political transformations through the lens of social and environmental justice. An examination of intergroup (e.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Polynesian. 43553 85 of 163 * ICS -022. New perspectives on such issues as historical legacies. 01093 ICS -011. 43646 ^ ICS -019. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z: Online Course. This course will help students understand the role of people of African ancestry in the political. and philosophical perspectives on the experience of people of African ancestry in the United States. and the changing perspectives from immigrant to American-born generations will be highlighted. 01101 ICS -020. community advocacy and empowerment will be gained. || Formerly: (Formerly ICS 57. Course Description: An introduction to the field of African American Studies through history.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Emphasis will be placed on the historical. Japanese Americans. Course Description: An examination of the history of the African American in the United States since the Civil War. Sankofa. Maori.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and people that shaped the history of the United States will be analyzed. and authenticated. Filipina/o American. examined. Korean Americans. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. Filipino Americans. Engages students in community-focused problem solving and personal reflection. the course will examine the sociological.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.) and intra-group challenges within today's ethnic communities.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. literature. the Web and an individual e-mail address. How institutions.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.-01S: This class engages students in service to the community and contributes to the development of community and civic responsibility. and laws have historically oppressed people of African ancestry living in the United States will also be examined. etc.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and cultural contributions of Black and/or African American individuals in the United States will be identified.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. to the modern Civil Rights Movement to the Black Power Movement until today. Course Description: An introduction to Asian American Studies and an exploration of Asian American experiences from the 19th century. M L47 ICS 18B: African American History Since 1865 Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 43602 * ICS -018B-64Z African American History Since 1865 (TBA) TBA TBA LEWIS. Nature and the Geographies of Identity Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). as well as other Asian American groups will be examined. MICHAEL MLC113 2/5/16. Course Description: An interdisciplinary introduction to and survey of the Pacific Islander/American in the United States. Tahitian. Analyzes contemporary social issues through local examples. The commonalities and uniqueness of Chinese Americans. social. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as HIST 18B.-64Z An Introduction to African American Studies (TBA) TBA TBA LEWIS. generational change. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 41371 * ICS -010. but not both. experience.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. occupational challenges. Melanesia. Tongan. cultural identity. cultural.edu/distance/ ONLINE ICS 19: Justice. Samoan American. Additionally. social and economic life of the United States from Reconstruction to the Jim Crow era.deanza. 10:33 AM . G6 ICS 20: Asian American Experiences Past to Present Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).edu/distance/ ONLINE ICS 11: Sankofa: The Roots of the African American Experience Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Vietnamese Americans.-01S Justice.-63 Asian American Experiences Past to Present (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM W CHOI. and psychocultural understanding of people of African descent throughout the Diaspora.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. The major events. Students must have access to a computer.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 43007 ICS -021.-01Y Contemporary Asian American Communities (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM T CHANG. stereotypes and profiling. political. Issues such as how Asian Americans respond to social inequity.

FELIPE MCC-10 ICS 33: The Chicano/a and Latino/a and the Arts Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Latino/a Literature (TBA) TBA TBA CORONADO.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Students must have access to a computer.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-01 The Chicano/a and Latino/a and the Arts (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW GUEVARA. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . gender. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z Chicano/a. with emphasis on the period since 1848 in the United States Southwest. for credit. 40286 ICS -033.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . This course will include 12 hours of integrated service learning. Students may enroll in either department. Course Description: A history of the Chicano/a and Latino/a people. Gay. cultural. MICHAEL ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): ICS -022. Latina/o Empowerment at De Anza is a program committed to social justice and service learning. ROSANNA MCC-10 ICS 35: Chicano/a.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. from the 1940s to the present. multi-perspective. and literature. human communities in arts and literature. Students may enroll in either department. sexuality. for credit. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . gay. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as HIST 7B. Course Description: A survey of Chicano/a. film.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. and authenticated. but not both. political. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ELIT 24. Course Description: An interdisciplinary. JORGE MCC-10 41322 ICS -033. the Web and an individual email address. mixed heritages. examined.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. LEAD.-01Y Contemporary Asian American Communities (TBA) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Th CHANG. 42844 ICS -032.01S.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5..) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Course Description: Latin American history from post-colonialism to the present (1810 to the present). MARC Course Notes (Spring): ICS -035. bisexual and transgender issues in various contexts including biomedical. politics and the history of Asian American activism and resistance to cultural marginalization. Course Description: An exploration of the Chicano/a and Latino/a experience with emphasis on the cultural and historical development. experience. 10:33 AM .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. FRANCESCA MLC109 ICS 26: Introduction to Lesbian.html 43553 * ICS -022. and identity as they relate to social and political institutions and national ideologies.edu/distance/ ONLINE ICS 38B: Modern Latin American History Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).01Y: Hybrid course with on-campus attendance plus coursework online. Access to the internet required. theater. The values. Instructor will be available online on Thursdays from 10:30 . or ESL 272 and 273.-01 Chicano/a and Latino/a History (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh PONCE. || Formerly: (Formerly ICS 96. 42841 ICS -024. Focuses on understanding the region as a diverse geographic. surveying pre-Columbian origins. music. Through readings in twentieth and twenty-first century works.-02 The Chicano/a and Latino/a and the Arts (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh ALVAREZ.deanza. This course will explore the relationship between LGBT individuals and the social and political constructs of gender. economic. 42132 ICS -026. and their relationship to the Chicano and Latino experiences. ICS 32: Chicano/a and Latino/a History Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. and diversity of cultures and experiences within the Asian Pacific American community. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z Online Course.deanza.This class is offered as part of the LEAD program.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-01 Introduction to Lesbian. Latino/a literature in its various forms. Course Description: Survey and analysis of contemporary Chicano/a and Latino/a art. and cultural contributions of LGBT individuals in the United States will be identified.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 86 of 163 2/5/16. 43554 ICS -038B-01 Modern Latin American History (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWTh MUJAL. Course Description: Introduction to Asian Pacific American literature. Special attention will be given to contributions of various peoples and cultures. and sexuality. CARLOS S75 ICS 45: Survey of Native American Arts Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). sociological.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. citizenship.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). racial and sexual. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. critical analysis and comparative study of the broad range of contemporary lesbian. Latino/a Literature Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 01104 ^ ICS -030. Bisexual and Transgender Studies (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh LEWIS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. the socioeconomic and political status of their contemporary communities.-01 Asian Pacific American Literature (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW CAPARAS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 01109 * ICS -035. but not both. students will explore and analyze identity issues related to complexities of identity as it relates to class. Gay. political and social reality.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Bisexual and Transgender Studies Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). with emphasis on contemporary authors.-01S Introduction to Chicano/a and Latino/a Studies (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW CORONADO. MARC MLC109 Course Notes (Spring): ICS 030.11:20am ICS 24: Asian Pacific American Literature Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). JULIE MLC109 ICS 30: Introduction to Chicano/a and Latino/a Studies Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Class meets physically on Tuesday from 10:30-11:20am and on Thursdays online.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.

business.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. EDMUNDO TBA Course Notes (Spring): ICS. 44182 ICS -045. business or civic institution and reflection on that activity.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 43004 ICS -082X-01 Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . 43552 ICS -046.Advanced Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). 42267 ICS -080W-65R Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . The first class session will meet in the Multicultural Center Conference Room (MCC-11).Intermediate (TBA) TBA TBA NORTE. and resources on the production of art and how it led to the development of contemporary Native artistic expression.-61 Native American Literature (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh STAFF.Advanced (TBA) TBA TBA NORTE. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . viewed from within the context of tribal culture and tradition. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . business or civic institution and reflection on that activity. 43003 ICS -081X-01 Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies .Beginning Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . business. The first class session will meet in the Multicultural Center Conference Room (MCC-11).Intermediate (TBA) TBA TBA NORTE. The first class session will meet in the Multicultural Center Conference Room (MCC-11).html Course Description: A survey of pre-contact. 43077 ICS -081W-01 Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . EDMUNDO TBA ICS 82X: Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . techniques. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Advanced level practical work with a community. Consideration is given to the influence and impact of introduced methods. M MLC109 ICS 80W: Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . M TBA 43790 ICS -080X-67R Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . 43693 ICS -080X-66R Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . In this section you will meet with the instructor on Mondays from 3:30pm to 6:30pm in addition to direct project-based hours. Course Description: Intermediate level practical work with a community.Beginning (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF.Intermediate Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).080x-65R This course is for students who are pursuing the Certificate in Leadership and Social Change or are currently involved in organizing and leadership that will continue throughout the Winter Quarter.082X.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None.deanza. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Advanced Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. or civic institution and advanced level reflection on that activity. traditional. Course Description: Introductory level practical work with a community. EDMUNDO TBA Course Notes (Spring): ICS. An understanding and insight from the stories.01 This course is for students who are pursuing the Certificate in Leadership and Social Change or are currently involved in organizing and leadership that will continue throughout the Spring Quarter. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . poetry and plays penned by American Indians will be developed. EDMUNDO TBA 2/5/16. SOMA L63 ICS 46: Native American Literature Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). business. or civic institution and advanced level reflection on that activity. and contemporary styles and forms of Native American arts. business. 41410 ICS -080X-65R Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . In this section you will meet with the instructor on Mondays from 3:30pm to 6:30pm in addition to direct project-based hours. Course Description: A study of oral traditions and historical and contemporary literature written by Native Americans.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. In this section you will meet with the instructor on Mondays from 3:30pm to 6:30pm in addition to direct project-based hours.Beginning (TBA) TBA TBA NORTE. Course Description: Introductory level practical work with a community. or civic institution and reflection at an intermediate level on that activity.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. EDMUNDO TBA ICS 81X: Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies .Advanced (TBA) TBA TBA NORTE. or civic institution and reflection at an intermediate level on that activity.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None.Beginning Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). 43791 87 of 163 ICS -082Z-65R Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies . 10:33 AM . ICS 80X: Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies .-01 Survey of Native American Arts (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW DEBOURBON. M TBA ICS 81W: Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . ICS 82Z: Community Based Learning in Intercultural Studies .Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None.Beginning (TBA) TBA TBA NORTE.080W This course is for students who are pursuing the Certificate in Leadership and Social Change or are currently involved in organizing and leadership that will continue throughout the Spring Quarter.Intermediate Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). EDMUNDO TBA Course Notes (Spring): ICS. Course Description: Advanced level practical work with a community.Beginning (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF. Course Description: Intermediate level practical work with a community.

ceramics. Exploration of oral tradition. folk literature. with emphasis placed upon traditional arts created for use in small-scale communities from the Americas. Mastering of two of the Japanese syllabic writing systems. it explores the unique patterns of Korean culture and Korean cultural issues related to contemporary Asian societies and global issues. Japan. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ARTS 2J.21st Centuries) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Oral practice based on understanding of the language structure will be also emphasized. SO KAM VPA132 01115 * INTL-010. for credit. for credit. 01118 INTL-011. CATIE Title Dates/Days Instructor VPA132 ****** Japanese CRN Course Time Location JAPN 1: Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. social. Japanese will be the major language of instruction. Course Description: Introduction to the language and the culture of Japan.html ****** International Studies CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location INTL 10: History of Art (Arts of Asia) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). family and social value systems. Four language skills (listening.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Compares arts from indigenous peoples to other world art traditions and assesses the contributions of indigenous arts in a global context. 01115 * INTL-010. love/marriage. India. Oceania and Native North America Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Course Description: An introduction to the humanities through a global perspective on Vietnamese and Vietnamese American literature. Himalayas. Students may enroll in either department.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . but not both. YOUNG MLC113 INTL 19B: History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (19th .) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 10:33 AM . sculptures.-61L Vietnamese Literature (from Tradition to Asian American Identity) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM S VU. Central Asia.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Emphasis will be on language as the primary expression of culture and a medium of communication. painting. Students must have access to a computer.-01Y History of Art (Arts of Asia) (CLAS) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM T LEE. but not both. CAM MCC-13 INTL 13: Introduction to Korean Popular Culture Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Course Description: A general introduction to art through major Asian artistic traditions. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . historical. SO KAM ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): INTL-010-01Y: Hybrid course with on-campus attendance on Tuesdays from 2:30 PM to 4:20 PM and coursework done online. 01119 INTL-013. Students develop a historical and aesthetic understanding of Vietnamese and Vietnamese American creative expressions. hiragana and katakana is required. 88 of 163 2/5/16.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Students may enroll in either department. ceramics. Diverse art forms covered will include sculpture.-01Y History of Art (Arts of Asia) (TBA) TBA Th LEE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. the Web and individual e-mail. Examines multi-levels of the socio-construction of modern Korean society through TV drama (soap opera). with emphasis on native development and international influences. but not both. Students may enroll in either department. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as ARTS 2G. traditional elite literature. YOUNG MLC113 42148 INTL-013. Examines arts from China. and Southeast Asia and assesses the contributions of Asian art in a global context.-01 History of Art: Arts of Africa. Oceania and Native North America (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MW CADGE-MOORE.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as HUMI 13. and architecture and their religious. GREGORY CHC INTL 22: History of Art: Arts of Africa. Course Description: A general introduction to some of the many indigenous art traditions around the world. No Korean language or studies experience necessary. gender/sexuality. textiles and architecture from antiquity through the colonial period to the present.-01 Introduction to Korean Popular Culture (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh JUNG.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. South Pacific region and Africa. cultural. Instructor available online on Thursdays from 2:30 PM to 4:20 PM. impacts of migration. Course Description: An introductory history exploring modern China and Japan from the 19th to the 21st centuries. INTL 11: Vietnamese Literature (from Tradition to Asian American Identity) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).deanza. Also.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. and social contexts. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as HIST 19B. for credit. for credit. exile writings by the first immigrant generation to the Vietnamese American expressions focusing on several major themes in literature: war and representations of Southeast Asians. 42922 INTL-019B-01 History of Asian Civilization: China and Japan (19th . film and pop music. Course Description: An interdisciplinary introduction to contemporary Korean popular culture which explores modern Korean society across a wide range of themes such as identity.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. cultural. economic and political contexts of the art will be explored.-02 Introduction to Korean Popular Culture (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM TTh JUNG. Focuses upon paintings.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Topics addressing the religious. Students may enroll in either department. speaking.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. reading and writing) as well as sociocultural knowledge which plays an important role in communicating in the target language will be developed. modern prose. migration experience.21st Centuries) (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh KNITTEL. 01122 INTL-022.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. performance. but not both.

-61 Elementary Japanese (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW KUO.) Prerequisite: JAPN 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Japanese) or equivalent. 01136 JAPN-006. Mass media effects on global and American institutions. Students must have access to a computer. and kanji. the Web and an individual e-mail address. Sino-Japanese characters will be introduced.-61 Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW KONISHI. MIN-JIN 01135 01135 JAPN-003. Emphasis will be on acquisition of second-quarter beginner level of four language skills (listening. More kanji.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. FARIDEH Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-002. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). ethnic and minority issues. SUNNY L42 01140 * JOUR-002. or ESL 272 and 273. 01139 JOUR-002.-01 Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF INABA. 01132 JAPN-003. 42822 JAPN-002. Oral practice based on understanding of the language structures should also be emphasized.-61L JAPN-003.-03 Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW MALATESTA. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . reading and writing) as well as sociocultural knowledge which plays an important role in communicating in the target language. the third writing system. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. GAIL L42 01137 JOUR-002.edu/distance/ 42791 * JOUR-002.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. kanji. or ESL 272 and 273. FUJIKO WORTZ. YUMI L65 JAPN 2: Elementary Japanese (Second Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). speaking.edu/distance/ 89 of 163 ONLINE 2/5/16.deanza. Students will develop high intermediate level of reading strategies and writing skills integrating hiragana. movies. M L61 43631 JAPN-001. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. hiragana and katakana.-64Z: Online Course. Students are expected to integrate three writing systems in order to demonstrate authentic writing skills. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). More kanji. speaking. Course Description: The third-quarter of intermediate Japanese. GAIL ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-002. magazines. television and the Internet. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Influences of the media on gender. RENSHI L65 01128 JAPN-001. recordings. YUKIKO L65 JAPN 3: Elementary Japanese (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. reading and writing) as well as the sociocultural knowledge which plays an important role in communicating in the target language. Ethical and legal implications of media and their effects on the individual and society. CHIGUSA 44188 JAPN-003.-65Z Online Course. Information on REQUIRED online orientation available at http://www. speaking.html 40311 JAPN-001. katakana.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Course Description: Continuation of introduction to the Japanese language and culture with further development of materials presented in JAPN 1 and JAPN 2.) Prerequisite: JAPN 5 or equivalent. Oral practice based on understanding of the language structure will be further emphasized. newspapers. Course Description: A survey of the mass media and measurement of its impact on culture and society.-03 Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh XUAN. CHIGUSA L65 01131 JAPN-002. Japanese is the major language of instruction.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Course Description: Continuation of introduction to the Japanese language and culture with the further development of materials presented in JAPN 1.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Introduces the Japanese language and culture with further development of materials presented in JAPN 5.-61L Elementary Japanese (Third Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Japanese (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 09:00 AM-11:15 AM 06:00 PM-08:15 PM S F WORTZ. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. The emphasis will be on acquisition of the high intermediate level of four language skills (listening.-65Z Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (CLAS) TBA TBA DADA. Sino-Japanese characters will be introduced.-61 Intermediate Japanese (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW SCEARCE. Students must have access to a computer.-01 Elementary Japanese (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF INABA.-02 Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW MALATESTA. 10:33 AM . Theories of mass communications in the context of each medium: books. reading and writing) as well as sociocultural knowledge which plays an important role in communicating in the target language.-01 Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh MCELROY.-01 Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF XUAN.-02 Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW STAFF. radio. the Web and an individual e-mail address. TAZUMI Time Dates/Days Instructor L66 ****** Journalism CRN Course Title Location JOUR 2: Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).) Prerequisite: JAPN 2 (equivalent to two years of high school Japanese) or equivalent. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z Mass Communication and Its Impact On Society (TBA) TBA TBA MCELROY. In addition to practicing two of the Japanese syllabic writing systems. RENSHI L65 42921 JAPN-001. Sino-Japanese characters will be introduced. Emphasis will be on acquisition of the third-quarter high beginner level of four language skills (listening.deanza. SUNNY L42 42012 JOUR-002. Oral practice based on understanding of the language structure will be also emphasized. FUJIKO L65 MLC109 L65 L65 JAPN 6: Intermediate Japanese (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).-61 Elementary Japanese (First Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh MCCORMICK.deanza.

42805 * JOUR-061B-64Z Student News Media Production II (CLAS) 04:30 PM-05:45 PM TTh DECK. CAECELIA ONLINE 42808 * JOUR-062B-64Z Freelance Photography for Student Media (LAB) TBA TBA DECK. editing and placing print. video and/or web content as members of the college newspaper. Students must have access to a computer.deanza.deanza.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. assigning. organization and structure of news stories. 42804 * JOUR-061A-64Z Student News Media Production I (CLAS) 04:30 PM-05:45 PM TTh DECK.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5.html JOUR 21A: News Writing and Reporting Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). the Web and an individual email address. Course Description: Practical experience contributing as a freelance reporter to the college newspaper and/or digital media as a reporter.edu/distance/ JOUR 61B: Student News Media Production II Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Nine hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter). CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-061C-64Z: Online Course with weekly on-campus meetings. || Formerly: (Formerly JOUR 62. the Web and an individual email address. Information on REQUIRED online or on-campus orientation available at http://www. Information on orientation available at http://www. CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-062B-64Z: Online Course. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . magazine or online media staff. Students must have access to a computer. CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-062A-64Z: Online Course. || Formerly: (Formerly JOUR 61. with analysis of typical news stories.deanza. Students must have access to a computer. Information on orientation available at http://www. Information on REQUIRED online or on-campus orientation available at http://www. 10:33 AM .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/distance/ 90 of 163 2/5/16. CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-062C-64Z: Online Course. CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-061A-64Z: Online Course with weekly on-campus meetings. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 42806 * JOUR-061C-64Z Editorial Leadership for Student News Media (CLAS) 04:30 PM-05:45 PM TTh DECK. Course Description: Practical experience contributing as a freelance video reporter or producer for the college news media. Students must have access to a computer. Course Description: Instruction and practice in reporting and the fundamentals of news writing for media. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . the Web and an individual email address.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: JOUR 61A. the Web and an individual email address.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: JOUR 61A.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. 42808 * JOUR-062B-64Z Freelance Photography for Student Media (CLAS) TBA TBA DECK.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.edu/distance/ JOUR 62B: Freelance Photography for Student Media Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). feature and visual content as a member of the college newspaper.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Students must have access to a computer. the Web and an individual email address. CAECELIA L42 42806 * JOUR-061C-64Z Editorial Leadership for Student News Media (LAB) TBA TBA DECK. FARIDEH L42 JOUR 61A: Student News Media Production I Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Nine hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter).edu/distance/ JOUR 61C: Editorial Leadership for Student News Media Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Nine hours laboratory (108 hours total per quarter).edu/distance/ JOUR 62C: Freelance Video Production for Student Media Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). CAECELIA ONLINE 42809 * JOUR-062C-64Z Freelance Video Production for Student Media (LAB) TBA TBA DECK.deanza.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. Information on REQUIRED online or on-campus orientation available at http://www. 42809 * JOUR-062C-64Z Freelance Video Production for Student Media (CLAS) TBA TBA DECK. Course Description: Practical experience contributing as a freelance photographer to the college newspaper and/or digital media as a reporter. the lead and the basic story types.deanza. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . magazine or media staff. 42807 * JOUR-062A-64Z Freelance Reporting for Student Media (CLAS) TBA TBA DECK. 42790 JOUR-021A-01 News Writing and Reporting (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM MW DADA. Concentration on the language and style of news writing. CAECELIA L42 42805 * JOUR-061B-64Z Student News Media Production II (LAB) TBA TBA DECK.deanza.deanza. CAECELIA L42 42804 * JOUR-061A-64Z Student News Media Production I (LAB) TBA TBA DECK. Course Description: Practical experience in creating longer and complex news. Students must have access to a computer. Information on orientation available at http://www. Course Description: Practical experience in creating basic news and feature content as members of the college newspaper.edu/distance/ JOUR 62A: Freelance Reporting for Student Media Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Practical writing experience. the Web and an individual email address. Course Description: Practical experience in planning. CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-061B-64Z: Online Course with weekly on-campus meetings. magazine or online media staff. CAECELIA ONLINE 42807 * JOUR-062A-64Z Freelance Reporting for Student Media (LAB) TBA TBA DECK.

CAECELIA ONLINE 42811 * JOUR-062E-64Z Freelance Graphic Production for Student Media (LAB) TBA TBA DECK. 42812 * JOUR-062F-64Z Freelance Copy Editing for Student Media (CLAS) TBA TBA DECK. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . (Complexity of project determines number of units assigned. CAECELIA TBA 2/5/16. (Complexity of project determines number of units assigned. Information on REQUIRED online or on-campus orientation available at http://www. the Web and an individual email address.html JOUR 62D: Freelance Digital Production for Student Media Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Students must have access to a computer.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None.) 01149 JOUR-077Y-65R Special Projects in Journalism (TBA) Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-077Y-65R: See instructor to enroll. writing or study projects in Journalism as determined in consultation with the department chair. Course Description: Special research.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.deanza.edu/distance/ JOUR 62F: Freelance Copy Editing for Student Media Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). writing or study projects in Journalism as determined in consultation with the department chair. Information on REQUIRED online or on-campus orientation available at http://www.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. 42811 * JOUR-062E-64Z Freelance Graphic Production for Student Media (CLAS) TBA TBA DECK. Course Description: Practical experience contributing as a graphic news producer to the college newspaper and/or digital media as a reporter. CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-062E-64Z: Online Course. Course Description: Special research. the Web and an individual email address. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Special research. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) 01147 JOUR-077W-65R Special Projects in Journalism (TBA) Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-077W-65R: See instructor to enroll.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Course Description: Practical experience contributing as a copy editor for the college newspaper and/or digital media.deanza. writing or study projects in Journalism as determined in consultation with the department chair. TBA TBA DECK. TBA TBA DECK.deanza. CAECELIA TBA JOUR 77Y: Special Projects in Journalism Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).edu/distance/ JOUR 77W: Special Projects in Journalism Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . CAECELIA ONLINE 42810 * JOUR-062D-64Z Freelance Digital Production for Student Media (LAB) TBA TBA DECK.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. 42810 * JOUR-062D-64Z Freelance Digital Production for Student Media (CLAS) TBA TBA DECK. CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-062F-64Z: Online Course. Information on REQUIRED online or on-campus orientation available at http://www. 10:33 AM . Course Description: Practical experience contributing as a freelance digital content producer to the college news media. writing or study projects in Journalism as determined in consultation with the department chair. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/distance/ JOUR 62E: Freelance Graphic Production for Student Media Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). CAECELIA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-062D-64Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer. Course Description: Special research. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. TBA TBA DECK. CAECELIA ONLINE 42812 * JOUR-062F-64Z Freelance Copy Editing for Student Media (LAB) TBA TBA DECK. CAECELIA TBA JOUR 77Z: Special Projects in Journalism Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).) 42026 JOUR-077X-65R Special Projects in Journalism (TBA) Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-077X-65R: See instructor to enroll. 91 of 163 TBA TBA DECK.deanza. Students must have access to a computer. (Complexity of project determines number of units assigned.) 01150 JOUR-077Z-65R Special Projects in Journalism (TBA) Course Notes (Spring): JOUR-077Z-65R: See instructor to enroll. the Web and an individual email address. CAECELIA TBA JOUR 77X: Special Projects in Journalism Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). (Complexity of project determines number of units assigned.

-03 Elementary Korean (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW CHOI.-61: IMPORTANT: Beginning next academic year. HWAJA L63 Course Notes (Spring): KORE-001.) Prerequisite: KORE 2 (equivalent to two years of high school Korean) or equivalent.-62L KORE-003. 262 and 263.deanza.-02D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more. KRISTIN Course Notes (Spring): LART-211. Course Description: Further development of materials presented in KORE 1.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. with focus on greater structural accuracy and communicative competence for a more complex/abstract range of information relating to high frequency situations. Course Description: Further development of materials presented in KORE 1 and KORE 2. ECOT-1 ECOT-1 43535 + LART-211. 10:33 AM . JUDITH 43535 + LART-211.edu/linc or contact Kristin Skager at skagerkristin@deanza. Greater emphasis on student generated discussion.-61 Elementary Korean (First Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW CHOI. HWAJA 42156 42156 KORE-003.-03D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM MW SKAGER. KORE 2: Elementary Korean (Second Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).edu/linc or contact Kristin Skager at skagerkristin@deanza.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. please visit www. Written practice to further understanding of the underlying grammatical and syntactical structures for an extended range of basic/simple information relating to high-frequency situations. S71 S71 ****** CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location LIB 1: Library Research Skills Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). YU LEE. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.edu/linc or contact Kristin Skager at skagerkristin@deanza. More emphasis on cultural and historical background in the use of language. Intensive reading and writing practice of the Korean alphabet. Hangul. Course Description: Integration of reading and writing skills necessary for success in college level courses.deanza.-02D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM TTh YAN. or a qualifying score on the Reading and Writing Placement Test. Course Description: Introduction to the historical and cultural background of the Korean language. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). LAUREN 01154 + LART-211. ECOT-1 ECOT-1 01154 + LART-211. or ESL 272 and 273. please visit www.-03D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more. If you take this Korean 1 course in the spring. Better understanding of the Korean culture through text and out-of-text authentic materials.-01D: LEARNING COMMUNITY to learn more. JACKSON Course Notes (Spring): LART-211.edu. High beginning level language skills for oral and written communication in targeted language functions.) Prerequisite: KORE 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Korean) or equivalent. or ESL 272 and 273. please visit www.edu.html ****** Korean CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location KORE 1: Elementary Korean (First Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). or ESL 261. 01153 + LART-211. Emphasis on analysis and criticism of assigned readings and written responses to critical questions about those readings. 92 of 163 2/5/16.deanza.-01D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM TTh JOSEPH.deanza. JAMIE Course Notes (Spring): LART-211. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). to further understand grammatical and syntactical structures.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 43659 KORE-003. Korean 2 will only be offered in the Winter and Spring quarters. 40628 KORE-002.-01 Elementary Korean (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:45 PM TTh LEE. Intensive oral practice broadening the language functions covered in KORE 1 and adding new ones. || Formerly: (Formerly LCEN 50. KRISTIN 01153 + LART-211. 2015-16. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . YU Time Dates/Days Instructor L63 MCC-12 MCC-12 ****** Language Arts CRN Course Title Location LART 211: Integrated Reading and Writing Unit(s): 10 || Hours: Ten hours lecture (120 hours total per quarter).-02D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:45 PM MW GORDON. YU L64 KORE 3: Elementary Korean (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).edu. your next opportunity to take Korean 2 at De Anza will not be until Winter 2016. 42153 KORE-001.-03D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 11:00 AM-01:15 PM TTh HUBBARD.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-62L Elementary Korean (Third Quarter) (CLAS) Elementary Korean (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:45 AM 06:30 PM-08:45 PM S F LEE. Development of language skills orally and in writing for basic and simple information relating to high-frequency situations in familiar contexts.-01D Integrated Reading and Writing (CLAS) 10:00 AM-12:15 PM MW AGIUS.

ALEXANDER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): LIB -001.-64Z: Online course. and cite information. Student must concurrently work as a tutor (for pay or volunteer at the De Anza College Student Success Center or similar organization.-65Z: This course is offered during the 2nd half(6 weeks) of the quarter from 5/16/2016 .-65Z Library Research Skills (CLAS) TBA Starts: 05/16/2016 SWANNER. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . REBECCA Course Notes (Spring): LING -001. discuss. observe. ALEXANDER ONLINE Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA 42705 * LIB -001.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing and Reading (CLAS) 04:00 PM-05:50 PM Th DUBARRY. DIANA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): LRNA-097. 40387 * LRNA-097. See http://deanza.-64Z Library Research Skills (LAB) TBA TBA SWANNER.is also part of this class. 10:33 AM . Students must have access to a computer.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. Course Description: Special reading. e-mail alvesdelimadiana@fhda. Course Description: This course is designed to help students locate and identify harder to find information sources and critically evaluate these for quality and relevancy. ALEXANDER ONLINE 42060 * LIB -001.edu/distance/ ****** Linguistics CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location LING 1: Introduction to Linguistics Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).deanza. The instructors are available online via the Catalyst site from 4:00 PM until 5:50 PM on Tuesdays. for credit.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. evaluate. or study projects in Learning Assistance as determined in consultation with the instructor. LRNA 97: Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing and Reading Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). including systems of phonetics and phonology.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).edu. After an initial orientation. 42878 LRNA-077.) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. the Web and an individual email address. students in the class begin tutoring. such as the basics of linguistic description.deanza. 42089 * LIB -053.-64Z Introduction to Linguistics (CLAS) TBA TBA BOARD LILJENSTOLPE. DIANA TBA Course Notes (Spring): LRNA-077. Students must have access to a computer.-64Z Advanced Internet Searching (CLAS) TBA TBA SWANNER.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.6/24/2016.deanza.-65Z Library Research Skills (LAB) TBA Starts: 05/16/2016 SWANNER. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.edu/studentsuccess/tutorinfo/apply. but not both. 43645 * LING-001.-64Z Advanced Internet Searching (LAB) TBA TBA SWANNER. morphology and syntax.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 93 of 163 2/5/16.-65R: This self-paced course requires a minimum of three hours per week for each unit of credit under the direction of the instructor according to the terms of the Special Projects Contract.html. Course Description: Required training for De Anza writing and reading tutors.deanza. or ESL 261.-64Z Library Research Skills (CLAS) TBA TBA SWANNER. The concept of the "hidden web" -. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.-01Y Introduction to Peer Tutoring in Writing and Reading (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA. the history of English. Prepares students to do the basic research necessary to effectively complete written and oral assignments. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as EWRT 97. or similar organization.edu/distance/ 42705 * LIB -001. Course Description: Introduction to the study of how language works. pragmatics. how language changes. ALEXANDER ONLINE 42089 * LIB -053. semantics. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or call 864-8485 for info. Students must have access to a computer. Focuses on the resources of academic libraries including online catalogs. Information on REQUIRED on-campus orientation available at http://www.information not indexed by search engines -. 42060 * LIB -001. MICHELE S71 40387 * LRNA-097. as determined by instructor. write about and practice the craft of tutoring writing. how people learn language. periodical indexes. as determined by instructor. ALEXANDER ONLINE Ends: 06/24/2016 TBA Course Notes (Spring): LIB -001. || Formerly: (Formerly LCEN 53. American Sign Language. Students read about. and instructional web sites.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. and reflect on their tutoring experiences as part of the class. Introduction to the theory and practice of tutoring writing.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . 262 and 263. Students may enroll in either department. the Web and an individual e-mail address. the Web and an individual e-mail address.-01Y: Must be selected to work as a De Anza writing tutor and be able to tutor 4+ hours/week. writing.edu/distance/ Time Dates/Days ONLINE ****** Learning Assistance CRN Course Title Instructor Location LRNA 77: Special Projects in Learning Assistance Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).-64Z: Online Course.-64Z: Online Course. Course may also include the development of spoken and written languages. and the study of general linguistic principles as they apply across languages. Online Course.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. including strategies and approaches to help students from diverse linguistic backgrounds at various stages of the writing process. This is a hybrid course and meets physically Thursdays from 4:00 PM until 5:50 PM in the room listed in the schedule.-65R Special Projects in Learning Assistance (TBA) TBA TBA ALVES DE LIMA. Student must concurrently work as a tutor (for pay or volunteer) at the De Anza College Student Success Center.edu/distance/ LIB 53: Advanced Internet Searching Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). the Web and an individual e-mail address. Students must have access to a computer.html Course Description: Introduces skills needed to locate. ALEXANDER ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): LIB -053.

HASSAN 40428 MATH-001A-04 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-04: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-01 Elementary Mandarin (Second Quarter) (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh LIU.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. HUA-FU L66 MAND 3: Elementary Mandarin (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Read. or appropriate score on Calculus Placement Test within the past calendar year. history. literature. and writing of Mandarin will be further introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. or ESL 272 and 273. and writing of Mandarin will be continued and practiced within a cultural framework. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . listening.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture and a medium of communication.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. or ESL 272 and 273. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture and a medium of communication. 01174 MAND-006. Course Description: Further development of material presented in MAND 1 and MAND 2. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). reading. Course Description: Further development of material presented in MAND 1. 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWThF BOURGOUB. and writing of third-quarter high intermediate level of Mandarin will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. Continuation of introduction to the language and cultures of Mandarin-speaking countries and communities. or ESL 272 and 273.-61 Elementary Mandarin (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh SCHNITTGRUND. geography. 01181 MATH-001A-01 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Speaking. 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF KHOSRAVI. SHIRLEY L65 40513 MAND-001.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Speaking. reading. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. FARSHOD 01184 MATH-001A-09 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Basic speaking. or ESL 272 and 273. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF DELGADO. reading. Basic speaking. listening. 42925 MAND-003. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Completion of introduction to the language and cultures of Mandarin-speaking countries and communities. Mandarin will be the primary language of instruction. HUA-FU L25 43575 MAND-003. MEHRDAD 40668 MATH-001A-11 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Mandarin will be the primary language of instruction. listening. Review the linguistic functions and grammatical structures of intermediary Chinese. XIAOMEI L64 MAND 6: Intermediate Mandarin (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). RICARDO 94 of 163 S45 MLC108 E31 G5 E31 2/5/16.-01 Intermediate Mandarin (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh LIU.) Prerequisite: MAND 5 or equivalent. listening. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Prerequisite: MATH 43 (with a grade of C or better).) Prerequisite: MAND 2 (equivalent to two years of high school Mandarin) or equivalent.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. or ESL 272 and 273. Emphasis will be on language as an expression of culture and a medium of communication. Course Description: Continuation of MAND 5.html ****** Mandarin CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location MAND 1: Elementary Mandarin (First Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). 40337 MAND-002.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Course Description: Fundamentals of differential calculus. 10:33 AM .-01 Elementary Mandarin (Third Quarter) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF LIU. and writing of Mandarin will be introduced and practiced within a cultural framework. HUA-FU Time Dates/Days Instructor L61 ****** Mathematics CRN Course Title Location MATH 1A: Calculus Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). ZACHARY 43701 MATH-001A-07 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 01162 MAND-001. discuss and analyze texts dealing with arts.-01 Elementary Mandarin (First Quarter) (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh JUAN. Mandarin will be the primary language of instruction. APRIL G1 MAND 2: Elementary Mandarin (Second Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Introduction to the language and cultures of Mandarin-speaking countries and communities. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . reading.-61 Elementary Mandarin (First Quarter) (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW PHUNG. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF JUDSON.) Prerequisite: MAND 1 (equivalent to one year of high school Mandarin) or equivalent. 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF MOSH. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). social and cultural practices of the Chinese-speaking world.

HASSAN S45 01201 MATH-001C-11 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001C-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MATH 1B: Calculus Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW SHI. KEJIAN S54 42719 MATH-001A-25 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-25: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW RAMSEY.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 10:33 AM . 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW JONES. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh WHEELER. BIJAN E36 MATH-001A-63 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. DANIEL 41838 MATH-001B-25 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-25: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF NJINIMBAM. JOAN G7 MLC260 ADM103 MLC260 MATH 1C: Calculus Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh HANSEN. FARSHOD E31 41839 MATH-001C-05 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001C-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. MILLIA S45 01197 MATH-001B-27 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. or ESL 272 and 273. FRANK E32 01190 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh SADEGHI-HASSANVAND. EDWIN S16 41837 MATH-001B-21 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF BOURGOUB. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF YAYLI.) Prerequisite: MATH 1B (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW ISON. Course Description: Infinite series.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Course Description: Fundamentals of integral calculus. ROBERT E31 42728 MATH-001C-25 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001C-25: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW VAN DER POEL. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW GERAGHTY. DANNY 01192 MATH-001B-05 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 42897 MATH-001B-01 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. or ESL 272 and 273.) Prerequisite: MATH 1A. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF MOSH. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh LOPEZ. MISAKO MLC260 40248 MATH-001C-27 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001C-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh DU. FARSHOD E31 40217 MATH-001B-03 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01199 MATH-001C-03 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001C-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. lines and surfaces in three dimensions. 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWThF MOSH. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW DHALIWAL. RICHARD S54 42161 MATH-001A-61 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF KHOSRAVI. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MAURICE E36 42008 MATH-001B-23 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): Math-001B-23:TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. vectors in two and three dimensions.deanza.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. FRANK E32 42009 MATH-001C-23 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001C-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.html 01185 MATH-001A-21 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. HARMANPAL S16 40692 MATH-001A-27 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001A-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. parametric equations of curves. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW PARRISH. 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF TRAN. IAROSLAV 43060 MATH-001B-07 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. JIANBO MLC270 42242 MATH-001C-63 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001C-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. GUL E33 41836 MATH-001B-09 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. MILLIA S45 01198 MATH-001B-61 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001B-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. RICHARD 95 of 163 MATH-001C-21 Calculus (CLAS) E34 2/5/16. MEHRDAD MCC-12 43683 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW JONES. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh ISON. 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF KRYLIOUK. Derivatives and integrals of vector functions.

) (Not open to students with credit in MATH 10H. checks distributional assumptions.-06D Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF LIEN. M E36 40213 MATH-010. SCOTT E32 MATH 10: Elementary Statistics and Probability Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). The course introduces the student to applications in engineering. http://www. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh DU. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh PETERSON.-02 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. multiple integrals. Course Description: Linear algebra and selected topics of mathematical analysis. and those pertaining to issues of contemporary interest. Where appropriate. 10:33 AM . Course Description: Introduction to data analysis making use of graphical and numerical techniques to study patterns and departures from patterns. the sciences.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. ERIK E32 01212 MATH-010.-06 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF KRYLIOUK. uses probability as a tool for anticipating what the distribution of data may look like under a set of assumptions. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). collects information in the face of uncertainty. economics.edu if you have questions. DUC MLC108 MATH 2A: Differential Equations Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Part of the Impact AAPI Program. MEHRDAD G5 42015 MATH-002A-63 Differential Equations (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-002A-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-02: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.edu/impact-aapi/ Contact Kristin Skager at skagerkristin@fhda. 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF MOSH. JIANBO S45 MATH 2B: Linear Algebra Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). 40219 MATH-002A-03 Differential Equations (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-002A-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWThF STAFF. FARSHOD E31 41847 MATH-002B-61 Linear Algebra (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-002B-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Course Description: Ordinary differential equations and selected applications. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF KHOSRAVI. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF STAFF. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Prerequisite: MATH 1D with a grade of C or better. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . RANI S45 01211 MATH-010.) Prerequisite: MATH 1C (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent. tests hypotheses.) Prerequisite: MATH 1D with a grade of C or better. 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF STAFF. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). the contributions to the development of statistics by men and women from diverse cultures will be introduced. M MCC-12 41937 + MATH-010.) Prerequisite: MATH 114 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Partial derivatives.01D (CRN# 44224). vector calculus. or ESL 272 and 273. SCOTT E32 01205 MATH-001D-63 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001D-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 40660 MATH-002B-01 Linear Algebra (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-002B-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. or ESL 272 and 273.edu/linc 96 of 163 2/5/16. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF HOUSER. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).www.01D (CRN# 44225) and Read 70. The student studies randomness with an emphasis on understanding variation.-03 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-05 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF FISCHER.-01 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. or ESL 272 and 273. social sciences.-06: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. business. 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF KRYLIOUK. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . AMANDA MCC-13 Course Notes (Spring): CRN 41937 Math 10.-05: TI-83/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. education. IAROSLAV MLC108 40422 MATH-002A-64 Differential Equations (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 41415 MATH-001D-03 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001D-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.06DLEARNING COMMUNITY: Requires concurrent enrollment in EWRT 2.deanza. medicine.-04 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-0010-04: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. The use of technology (computers or graphing calculators) will be required in certain applications. psychology. 01209 MATH-010. or a qualifying score on the Intermediate Algebra Placement Test within the past calendar year. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF TRAN. and uses appropriate statistical models to draw conclusions from data. DANNY G7 43459 MATH-010.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.html MATH 1D: Calculus Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). KEJIAN E32 42163 MATH-001D-61 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001D-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.deanza. IAROSLAV E34 41846 MATH-001D-21 Calculus (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-001D-21 TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF SHI. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh NGUYEN.deanza. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh PETERSON.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. M S54 01210 MATH-010.

CHARLES MATH-010. M G7 40471 MATH-010. ANDREW S46 42984 MATH-010.-22 MATH-010.-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.) Access to the Internet and an email account are required. 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF YAYLI. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF STAFF.-30: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW LANE. 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF DESILETS.-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes.-61 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 01229 MATH-010. GUL G7 01219 MATH-010. HARMANPAL 42724 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW KAPUR.-14 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. NADIA Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-14: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-24 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 01225 MATH-010.deanza.-08: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-12 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. DO NOT sign up for this course. LEAH E34 01229 MATH-010. 04:00 PM-05:15 PM 04:00 PM-06:15 PM 05:25 PM-06:15 PM W M W GERAGHTY.-MP1: Math Performance Success. LENORE S46 01222 MATH-010.-66Z Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:20 PM W DHALIWAL. 09:00 PM-11:15 PM TTh KY. The TI-83 or TI-84 calculator is required. LISA ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. E33 42230 MATH-010. E33 42900 E34 97 of 163 MATH-010.-10 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. HARMANPAL ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-21 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-09 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. MCC-12 01232 * MATH-010.-23 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 41851 MATH-010. TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.edu for an application.-65: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. The TI-83 or 84 calculator is required. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM 07:55 PM-08:45 PM 06:30 PM-07:45 PM M W W GERAGHTY.-11 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-29 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-08 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-65 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. MAURICE S54 S54 S44 01225 MATH-010.-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-61 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 01229 MATH-010.-29: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. MAURICE GERAGHTY. MAURICE S46 S46 S44 01227 MATH-010. 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF BOURGOUB. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at hernandoherminio@fhda. Students MUST enroll during the enrollment period. 10:33 AM .-24 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010-24: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. MAURICE GERAGHTY.-23 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 41851 MATH-010.edu for an application. TECK G5 01214 MATH-010. (You may use a TI-86 or TI-89 if you already have one. MAURICE GERAGHTY. LEAH E34 01231 MATH-010. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW KAPUR. There are absolutely NO ADDS. For more information go to http://deanza.-61 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. MAURICE GERAGHTY.-64: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh DE VOGELAERE.-30 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-68 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. MAURICE GERAGHTY. DIANE Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF MESH. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. HASSAN S46 01217 MATH-010. 01:30 PM-02:45 PM 01:30 PM-03:45 PM 02:55 PM-03:45 PM Th T Th GERAGHTY.-MP3 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MTWTh BALM. 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF DESILETS. LISA S45 01215 MATH-010. If you are not this type of learner. 01233 MATH-010.-66Z Elementary Statistics and Probability (TBA) TBA TBA DHALIWAL. This class is for the highly motivated. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at hernandoherminio@fhda. independent and mature learner who still wants a weekly class to go over homework and do labs and projects in groups.-64 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010.-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF STAFF. SITHPARRAN E33 01228 MATH-010.-63 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW DHALIWAL.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.edu/distance 01238 MATH-010.-10: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. RENUKA 40979 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh VANNIASEGARAM.-28: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. HARMANPAL S16 40457 * MATH-010.-MP1 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF MATHIOS. TECK G5 40457 * MATH-010.-23 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. mature learner. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh PHELPS.-MP2: Math Performance Success.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-MP2 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF BENSIDI.-68: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-64Z Elementary Statistics and Probability (TBA) TBA TBA MARKUS. MAURICE S46 S44 S46 40980 MATH-010.html 01213 MATH-010. Access to the Internet and an email account are required.-28 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) S16 G5 MLC270 Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. RENUKA 41851 MATH-010.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh KY.-66Z: Online course with a required once a week class meeting on Wednesday. CHERYL 2/5/16. TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-64Z: Online course with video component. This class is meant for the HIGHLY motivated.-07 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. MAURICE GERAGHTY.-24 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) 01225 MATH-010. LENORE E32 01216 MATH-010.-12: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. independent.-27 Elementary Statistics and Probability (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-010. 6:30-8:20 pm. Students do not meet regularly with an instructor making the class MORE RIGOROUS. M MLC260 01223 MATH-010. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW LANE.

-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. graphs.-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Differentiation of multivariate functions.) Prerequisite: MATH 11 or MATH 41. Course Description: Introduction to limits.-23 Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-012. LORAINE E36 41854 MATH-011. HASSAN S46 98 of 163 G7 2/5/16. matrices.-09 Finite Mathematics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-011. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF BOURGOUB. IAROSLAV E34 41858 MATH-041. 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF WONG.-63 Finite Mathematics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-011. 43653 MATH-022. or equivalent. solving equations. 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWThF KRYLIOUK. combinatorics.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh NJINIMBAM. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF MOEN. Course Description: Polynomial. WINNIE 40232 MATH-041.-21 Finite Mathematics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-011. mathematical induction. and how mathematics is used in real-world applications. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the Math Placement Test within the past calendar year.-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Course Description: Application of linear equations. or MATH 114 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. economics.-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. rational.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF KLEIN.-11: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF VISWANADHA. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW CHADDA. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 42896 MATH-012. and Boolean algebra.-01 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. or ESL 272 and 273.-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. or ESL 272 and 273. M 40265 MATH-012.-28 Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-012. AMARJIT MLC108 MLC108 E36 MATH 22: Discrete Mathematics Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. KARL E36 MATH 41: Precalculus I: Theory of Functions Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). exponential and logarithmic functions. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and integration of single variable functions. Course Description: Elements of discrete mathematics with applications to computer science. sets.-11 Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-012.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-09 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041-09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF GANESHALINGAM. and social science. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF MOEN.) Prerequisite: MATH 114 or equivalent (with a grade of C or better). 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF STAFF. EDWIN S16 41855 MATH-011.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. sets.-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.deanza. or ESL 272 and 273.-05 Finite Mathematics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-011. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh PHELPS.-11 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. CHARLES MCC-12 40225 MATH-041. M S46 G5 MATH 12: Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).-05 Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-012. or equivalent and CIS 22A or CIS 35A with a grade of C or better. linear programming. graphs.) Prerequisite: MATH 43 with a grade of C or better. Applications in business.-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-05 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. CHARLES 41857 MATH-012.-03 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF KLEIN.html MATH 11: Finite Mathematics Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). conic sections. DANIEL E34 41414 MATH-012. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . mathematics of finance and probability to real-life problems.-61 Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-012. or a satisfactory score on the College Level Math Placement Test within the last calendar year. 41347 MATH-041. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh STAFF.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. relations. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). KEJIAN S54 01250 MATH-022.-07 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. logic. M E32 41856 MATH-012.-63 Discrete Mathematics (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW SCHAFFER. ANDREW MQ-2 42020 MATH-012.-05 Discrete Mathematics (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF SHI. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh WHEELER.-28: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Emphasis on the understanding of the modeling process. LORAINE S16 42022 MATH-041. YOGESWARI 43467 MATH-011. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF STAFF.-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01241 MATH-011. USHA S54 40236 MATH-041. differentiation.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Topics include methods of proof.-01 Introductory Calculus for Business and Social Science (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 10:33 AM .

-61 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042.-23 TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh SHAH.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-25: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 40982 MATH-042. polar coordinates.-01: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. GEORGE E31 42727 MATH-041.-06 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-043. GEORGE S16 G7 E31 MATH 43: Precalculus III: Advanced Topics Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. or ESL 272 and 273.-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-25 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041.-23 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042. and the binomial theorem. CHERYL MCC-12 41863 MATH-042. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh SHAH. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW SMITH. SALVADOR 43469 MATH-042.-21 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042.deanza.09: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW LE.-05 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-043. GEORGE E31 41859 MATH-041. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh STAFF. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh KRESTAS.-27 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. HOWARD S54 MATH 42: Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). NINA 40222 MATH-043. 10:33 AM . or a satisfactory score on the College Level Math Placement Test within the last calendar year. TIMOTHY G7 43076 MATH-041. CURTIS G6 40987 MATH-042.-05: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF NJINIMBAM. systems of equations and inequalities.-03: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-27: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. Course Description: The theory of trigonometric functions and their applications.-62: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. NINA G5 43061 MATH-042.-03 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042.-07: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-63: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-22: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh KRESTAS. GEORGE E31 42209 MATH-042.-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. M L21 41462 MATH-043. TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.) Prerequisite: MATH 41 and MATH 42 (both with a grade of C or better).-63 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041.-25 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). parametric equations. or ESL 272 and 273. STEPHEN S54 42272 MATH-042. 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF DANILOVA.-01 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042.-23 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF LIEN. WYATT MLC112 40425 MATH-041.-25: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-23: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh HOWARD. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW HEADLEY. M L63 40249 MATH-041.-21 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041.-62 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. HUONG MCC-12 40670 MATH-041.-22 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041.-27 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042.-63 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042. KEJIAN E32 99 of 163 G5 2/5/16.-09 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH 42. mathematical induction. lines and planes.-26 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): Math-041. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh KRESTAS. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF LIEN. sequences and series.-11 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042.html 40237 MATH-041. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW GUERRERO.-03 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-043. AMANDA MCC-13 42023 MATH-042.-28: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.-28 Precalculus I: Theory of Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-041. 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF STAFF.-07 Precalculus II: Trigonometric Functions (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-042. 40218 MATH-043. Course Description: Hyperbolic functions. HEMENDRA G7 40988 MATH-042.-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWThF DANILOVA. EDWIN 40986 MATH-042. TIMOTHY G7 40252 MATH-041. HEMENDRA G7 42158 MATH-041.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-26. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW SMITH.-11:TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW KIFER.) Prerequisite: MATH 41 (with a grade of C or better). 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF BALM. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW KRESTAS. vectors. AMANDA MCC-12 40984 MATH-042.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-06 TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF SHI. or a satisfactory score on Calculus Readiness Test within the last calendar year. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh RUDOLF.

GEORGE MLC112 E31 MATH 44: Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Please see your counselor to complete information form. rational numbers and proportion. Email dapsme@fhda. 42726 MATH-057. || Also Listed As: (Also listed as EDUC 46. probability distributions.) Prerequisite: MATH 114 with a grade of C or better. Registration in this section requires concurrent registration in a 3 hour supplemental course. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . and problem solving of real-world situations. economics. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . theory of sets. DANNY S45 Course Notes (Spring): MATH 43. data analysis.-09 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWTh TRAN. and ANOVA.-11 Integrated Statistics 2 (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:35 PM MTTh BAMBHANIA.09: Attention: this is a special section of Math 43 for students desiring additional academic support. KARL E36 MATH 46: Mathematics for Elementary Education Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.-09 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Th TRAN.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . ROBERT G5 40690 MATH-043. integers and integral number theory. 01253 MATH-046. for credit.-11 Integrated Statistics 2 (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:35 PM W BAMBHANIA. and permission from the PSME Division Office. graphical and numerical descriptive statistics.-21: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. DOLI S44 Course Notes (Spring): MATH 57. combinatorics and counting. 44266 MATH-077X-65R Special Projects in Mathematics (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. writing or study projects in probability and statistics as determined in consultation with the instructor. M TBA MATH 78X: Special Projects in Pure Mathematics Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).-23 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh SCHAFFER.-61 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-043. ROBERT G5 40250 MATH-043. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). simple linear regression.-26 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-043. or ESL 272 and 273. TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. KARL E36 MATH 57: Integrated Statistics 2 Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Individual special reading. chaos and fractals. or study projects in pure mathematics as determined in consultation with the instructor.-21 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-043. correlation. An introduction to the discipline of mathematics as the use of logical. including problem solving techniques and connections between mathematics and culture.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. topology. education. Students may enroll in either department.) Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the Math Placement Test within the past calendar year. consumer mathematics and personal financial management. Must take both Math 217 and Math 57 to satisfy De Anza GE and CSU GE requirements. Where appropriate. Throughout the course students will experience the learning of mathematics in a way that models how they can create an active learning environment for their future students. and those pertaining to issues of contemporary interest. or study projects in mathematics as determined in consultation with the instructor. and spatial reasoning in the abstraction. 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW PARRISH.TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh RAMSEY. 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW KRESTAS. JOAN 42025 MATH-043. modeling.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. the contributions to the development of statistics by men and women from diverse cultures will be introduced. or ESL 272 and 273.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-22 Precalculus III: Advanced Topics (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH-043. 44265 MATH-076X-65R Special Projects in Probability and Statistics (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF.effective fall 2014. confidence intervals. geometry.-26: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. computer science or business. writing. Course Description: Individual special reading. Math 57 does not satisfy IGETC GE requirements and is not suitable for students transferring to UC or private colleges.-61: TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. business. the sciences. probability and statistics. graph theory. Course Description: Designed for prospective elementary and middle school teachers. chi-square tests. science. DOLI S46 42726 MATH-057. The main topics in the course include the origins of mathematics. M TBA 2/5/16. quantitative. or a qualifying score on Intermediate Algebra Placement Test within the past calendar year. 10:33 AM . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . nor for students desiring to attend UC or private universities. Course Description: A survey of selected topics from contemporary mathematics. real numbers and decimal notation. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Sequence topics include methods for collecting data. and measurement. mathematical reasoning and problem solving strategies. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .-27 Mathematics for Elementary Education (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh SCHAFFER.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) Prerequisite: MATH 217.deanza. or MATH 114 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. Includes a selection of introductory topics from symmetry. Math 243. 44267 100 of 163 MATH-078X-65R Special Projects in Pure Mathematics (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF. 40242 MATH-043.-22 TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh RAMSEY. It is not appropriate for students with majors in math. DANNY S45 40230 MATH-043. Check with transfer institutions regarding satisfaction of major requirements.html 40230 MATH-043. Intended for students who need no other math beyond introductory statistics. MATH 76X: Special Projects in Probability and Statistics Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). medicine. The course introduces students to applications in engineering. number theory.11: Second quarter of Statway sequence. basic concepts of probability. **This course is UC transferable . the mathematics of social choice. M TBA MATH 77X: Special Projects in Mathematics Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). Course Description: Individual special reading. writing.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. This sequence covers concepts and methods of statistics with an emphasis on data analysis. Course Description: This is the second quarter of two in the Statway sequence comprised of MATH 217 and MATH 57. or ESL 272 and 273.edu for further information. but not both. This sequence is recommended for students with majors that require no mathematics beyond freshman-level statistics. 01252 MATH-044. hypothesis tests for means and proportions.

Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at hernandoherminio@fhda. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at hernandoherminio@fhda. USHA E34 Course Notes (Spring): Math114. WILLIAM E33 Course Notes (Spring): MATH 114.html MATH 79X: Special Projects in Applied Mathematics Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). RANI G6 40476 MATH-114.-64 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh VANNIASEGARAM. 01269 MATH-114. JOEL MLC108 42159 MATH-114. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .-07 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF STAFF. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . ABDUL G5 01274 MATH-114.MP1. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. rational functions. Emphasis on the development of models of real world applications and interpretation of their characteristics. WILLIAM E33 41938 MATH-114. Course Description: Individual special reading. DOLI E36 40226 MATH-114.-29 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW ABB. M L64 42231 MATH-114. 02:30 PM-03:45 PM 01:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh TTh ISON. CHARLES S54 41880 MATH-114. 01271 MATH-114.MP2.-MP2 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW MAILHOT. Software is accessed with a custom access code included with purchase of textbook from De Anza Bookstore or purchased online with an e-book using information provided by the instructor. or study projects in applied mathematics as determined in consultation with the instructor. 10:33 AM . TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended 101 of 163 2/5/16. M G10 S42 S35 MLC108 40461 MATH-114.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. LINLIN S54 01279 MATH-114. JAMES E33 Course Notes (Spring): Math114. MILLIA ISON.-03 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF NJINIMBAM.-63 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW ZHANG.61: Requires online software.-66 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh STAFF. TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes.edu for an application.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the Math Placement Test within last calendar year. SITHPARRAN E33 01282 MATH-114. or MATH 212 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. DOLI E36 40994 MATH-114.-16 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF BAMBHANIA.-MP3 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MTWTh STAFF. JAMES E33 01271 MATH-114. This program is designed to help students succeed in basic math classes. M 01283 MATH-114.-01 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWThF KLEIN. LORAINE S16 40473 MATH-114.-09 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF HOUSER. or four hours lecture and two hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). EDWIN S46 01256 MATH-114. MEHRDAD MCC-12 01270 MATH-114. 42160 MATH-114.-31 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh STAFF. and sequences and series to problems.-67 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 09:00 PM-11:15 PM TTh REZVANI. Software access codes purchased from third party sources will not work to provide access.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean.-14 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF HOUSER.Math Performance Success.-22 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 41876 MATH-114.-27 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh HANSEN.-10 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF FISCHER.MP3. M E32 Course Notes (Spring): Math114.-02 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF MOEN. Course Description: Application of exponential and logarithmic functions.-22 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): MATH 114.Math Performance Success. writing. RONALD 01273 MATH-114. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-05 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF DESILETS.-22 Requires purchase of software license in place of textbook.-61 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW ABB.-21 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW HEADLEY.edu for an application.-MP1 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF GANESHALINGAM.-20 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:35 PM MTWTh KHOSRAVI. GREGORY E36 44260 MATH-114.Math Performance Success. TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus calculator recommended. M TBA MATH 114: College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).-11 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF BAMBHANIA. LENORE S15 41875 MATH-114. MOHAMAD MLC260 G7 40995 MATH-114. Contact MPS Coordinator Herminio Hernando at 408-864-8851 or e-mail him at hernandoherminio@fhda.edu for an application.-MP2 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh MAILHOT.-04 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF STACHNICK. 01254 MATH-114. 44268 MATH-079X-65R Special Projects in Applied Mathematics (TBA) TBA TBA STAFF.-26 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW GHORI. or ESL 272 and 273.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. ERIK E34 43030 MATH-114. MILLIA 01272 MATH-114.-08 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF KIFER.deanza.-25 College Math Preparation Level 3: Intermediate Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW BOWMAN. CURTIS G5 01262 MATH-114. STEPHEN ADM103 41876 MATH-114. ERIK E34 43654 MATH-114.

|| General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .-21 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh STAFF. MILLIA 01308 MATH-212.-10 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): Requires purchase of software license in place of textbook. MILLIA S45 S42 40464 MATH-212.-11 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MTWThF STAFF.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. MILLIA ISON.-04 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF JUDSON.-06 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF MOSH. or MATH 210 or equivalent with a grade of C or better. EDWIN S46 01297 MATH-212. graphs of linear equations and the Cartesian coordinate system. Course Description: Application of linear functions. 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:45 PM MW MW ISON. PARVIZ MLC113 40266 MATH-212. GREGORY S46 01306 MATH-212. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Qualifying score on the Math Placement Test within last calendar year. or ESL 272 and 273. PARVIZ MLC270 43688 MATH-212. ABDUL 01291 MATH-210.-22 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 02:30 PM-03:35 PM MTWTh LOPEZ. Emphasis on the development of models of real world applications and interpretation of their characteristics.-04 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF WONG. RONALD 01307 MATH-212.-27 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW SALES.-25 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW LOPEZ. M 42985 MATH-212. LINLIN 40251 MATH-210. MILLIA ISON. M 40267 MATH-212. RICHARD 01305 MATH-212.-22 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh VAN DER POEL. Course Description: Use of basic arithmetic in application problems. M 40240 MATH-210.-29 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM TTh SHI.-03 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWThF BOURGOUB. ZACHARY 01300 MATH-212.-25 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): Requires purchase of software license in place of textbook.-02 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF VISWANADHA. ZACHARY 01304 MATH-212.-28 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh STAFF. or four hours lecture and two hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). 01293 MATH-212.-69 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 09:00 PM-11:15 PM TTh RUDOLF.-23 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW ZHANG.-21 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:45 PM MW JUDSON.Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 102 of 163 2/5/16. YOGESWARI S54 01295 MATH-212.-25 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 01307 MATH-212. CHRISTIE S44 G4 L21 AT202 S16 AT202 E36 G5 S16 MATH 212: College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). the real number system.-10 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 01300 MATH-212. WINNIE 01285 MATH-210. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). RICHARD 41939 MATH-210. the concept of function.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-64 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM Course Notes (Spring): MATH-212.-09 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MTWThF JUDSON. FARSHOD E31 40229 MATH-212. 10:33 AM . M S54 41892 MATH-212.-63 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh TSUJI. ZACHARY MLC108 40990 MATH-212.-05 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF NJINIMBAM.-23 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM TTh NICOLETTI.html MATH 210: College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).-26 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 04:00 PM-06:15 PM MW GAWBILL. MISAKO 40246 MATH-210. 01284 MATH-210. 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MW TThF ISON. KEJIAN MLC108 01312 MATH-212. MOHAMAD 44066 MATH-212.-68 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM TTh REZVANI.-07 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF YAYLI. MW STAFF. or ESL 272 and 273.Not degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). HASSAN 42730 MATH-210. or four hours lecture and two hours lecture-laboratory (72 hours total per quarter).-64: Requires purchase of Enablearning software license in place of textbook. HOWARD MLC108 MLC108 L22 MCC-12 S45 S42 G4 S45 G7 S46 MATH 243: Academic Excellence in Precalculus III Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). quadratic functions and linear systems to problems. JANET MCC-12 01309 MATH-212. M L28 01299 MATH-212. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit .-01 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MTWThF STACHNICK. GUL 40469 MATH-210.-61 College Math Preparation Level 1: Pre-Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW GHORI.deanza.-08 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MTWThF STAFF.-63 College Math Preparation Level 2: Beginning Algebra (CLAS) 06:30 PM-08:45 PM MW SALES. estimation. variables and linear equations.

html Requisites: Co-requisite: MATH 243 students must also enroll in MATH 43.edu/distance/ ONLINE MUSI 1B: Introduction to Music: Jazz Styles Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. weather map analysis and interpretation. please see instructor's website: https://danmitchelldeanza.) Prerequisite: MATH 210 or equivalent.com MITCHELL. Lab sessions will include current weather products downloaded from the American Meteorological Society's "Online Weather Studies" homepage which has been specifically designed for this course and from De Anza College's automated rooftop weather station. 01333 MUSI-001A-01 Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-001A-01: For more information. GEORGE A11 43931 MUSI-001A-03 Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-001A-03: For more information. Students must have access to a computer. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza.-02 Weather and Climate Processes (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MTWThF OLEJNICZAK. Students must have access to a computer.deanza. global and local wind circulations. style. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. vectors and polar and three dimensional coordinates and equations. use of fundamental concepts including form. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. atmospheric optics. listening techniques. LOREN Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-001A-64Z: Online Course.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). or ESL 272 and 273. EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Students will practice the analysis and decision-making skills employed by meteorologists to diagnose air patterns.edu/distance/ ONLINE MET 10L: Meteorology Laboratory Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). 42885 MET -010L-01 Meteorology Laboratory (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): MET -010L-01: Purchase of Laboratory Manual recommended.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). or ESL 272 and 273.-60 Weather and Climate Processes (CLAS) 06:00 PM-06:50 PM MTWThF STAFF. 10:33 AM .deanza.wordpress. Course Description: Introduction to the principles of the sciences of meteorology and climatology including: history of the sciences. birth and development of extra tropical and tropical cyclones and associated severe weather phenomena. 11:30 AM-12:45 PM MW OLEJNICZAK.com MITCHELL.-09 Academic Excellence in Precalculus III (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 40475 MATH-243. T MW TRAN. major atmospheric variables that determine weather. MET 10 (may be taken concurrently). 103 of 163 2/5/16. acquaintance with and comparison of musical examples from various eras and cultures. PAUL Time Dates/Days Instructor S48 ****** Music CRN Course Title Location MUSI 1A: Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-64Z: Online Course. DANNY TRAN." 41818 MET -010. musical media. understand air motions and predict future atmospheric conditions. global climate and the processes that produce climate change including "global warming. systems of equations and inequalities. the Web and an individual e-mail address.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. GEORGE A11 01334 MUSI-001A-02 Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-001A-02: For more information. 40475 MATH-243. BRIDGET Course Notes (Spring): MET-010. parametric equations and sequences and series.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. graphics products. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-64Z Weather and Climate Processes (TBA) TBA TBA JAMES. charts and instruments used by synoptic meteorologists to forecast weather. or ESL 272 and 273. BRIDGET Course Notes (Spring): MET-010.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. concept development related to conic sections.deanza. please see instructor's website at http://faculty.-66Z Weather and Climate Processes (TBA) TBA TBA JAMES. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of music.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Course Description: Introductory weather lab in which students work with observational data. and mathematical induction and the binomial theorem. air pollution.09 must also enroll in Math 43. M MLC103 42780 * MET -010. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). origin. Students must have access to a computer.09.wordpress.-09 Academic Excellence in Precalculus III (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): MATH-243. Course Description: Critical thinking and skills reinforcement in a precalculus setting: cooperative learning/study techniques. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and textures.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-66Z: Online Course. evolution and structure of the atmosphere. PAUL MLC105 43853 MET -010. methods of understanding music available in modern culture.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: MATH 210 or equivalent.edu/dunnron/ DUNN. DANNY Dates/Days Instructor S45 S42 ****** Meteorology CRN Course Title Time Location MET 10: Weather and Climate Processes Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. and use of technology. RONALD A31 TTh 01337 * MUSI-001A-64Z Introduction to Music: Music in Western Cultures (TBA) TBA TBA TAYERLE. air masses and frontal systems. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . objective techniques used by meteorologists to forecast weather. please see instructor's website: https://danmitchelldeanza.edu/distance/ ONLINE 42781 * MET -010. roles of music in society. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-09: Students enrolled in Math 243. the Web and an individual e-mail address. the Web and an individual e-mail address.

jazz piano techniques. GEORGE MITCHELL.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 9A or by instructor consent.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 261. rhythmic training. 43368 MUSI-009B-61 Jazz Piano II (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T SCHNEIDER.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 4B or by audition. professional studio and computer music software including integrated audio/MIDI sequencing software. Please see Course Repetition. listening skills and use of fundamental musical elements for distinguished jazz styles. GEORGE A91 A91 MUSI 9A: Jazz Piano I Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). please see instructor's website: https://danmitchelldeanza. noted performers. PAUL HICKS. JAMES A29 MUSI 9C: Jazz Piano III Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). basic audio/MIDI studio configuration. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . social issues. 262 and 263. Course Description: Development of the ability to play basic jazz piano arrangements from lead sheets in a variety of jazz styles using knowledge of jazz harmony.Jazz and Non-Western Family of activity courses. or ESL 261. and technological advancements found in jazz. ear training. 43932 43932 43932 MUSI-005A-01 MUSI-005A-01 MUSI-005A-01 Modal Counterpoint (CLAS) Modal Counterpoint (CLAS) Modal Counterpoint (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM 02:30 PM-03:20 PM Th T Th SETZIOL. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).deanza. Repeatability and Families page for more information. sight singing. or ESL 261. and non Western music on an emerging world wide art music culture. imitative. Improvisational skill is developed through the application of provided scale choices and techniques for melodic development. or ESL 261. basic digital audio recording and editing. literacy. and parameters of music including writing. GAIL A91 A91 A29 MUSI 4C: Comprehensive Musicianship II (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three and one-half hours lecture. 10:33 AM . PAUL SETZIOL.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 01340 01340 01340 MUSI-003C-01 MUSI-003C-01 MUSI-003C-01 Comprehensive Musicianship (Third Quarter) (CLAS) Comprehensive Musicianship (Third Quarter) (CLAS) Comprehensive Musicianship (Third Quarter) (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:45 AM 09:30 AM-11:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:45 AM M W Th SETZIOL. and parameters of music including writing. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and improvisational skills.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 51. historical and technological development of electronic music.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play a keyboard instrument and read music. PAUL A29 A29 A29 MUSI 8: Intermediate Electronic Music Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture. jazz piano techniques. || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 69B. software synthesizers.html Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of music through American Jazz. 104 of 163 2/5/16. one and one-half hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). and the application of techniques for melodic development. GAIL A91 A91 A29 MUSI 5A: Modal Counterpoint Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture. modular synthesis. and improvisational skills. beginning analysis.com MITCHELL. three. 01338 MUSI-001B-01 Introduction to Music: Jazz Styles (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh RAZAVI. MASON A11 MUSI 3C: Comprehensive Musicianship (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three and one-half hours lecture. Course Description: Principles. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Class Applied Performance . from its multicultural origins to the present. keyboard work.) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 9.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . PAUL HICKS. Improvisational skill on the piano is developed through the application of basic to advanced scales determined through the use of jazz theory and harmonic analysis. but not required.wordpress. roles of electronic music technology in modern music. Course Description: Development of the ability to play advanced jazz piano arrangements from lead sheets in a variety of jazz styles and settings using knowledge of jazz harmony.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 9B or by instructor consent. comprehensive and aural analysis. 01341 01341 01341 MUSI-004C-01 MUSI-004C-01 MUSI-004C-01 Comprehensive Musicianship II (Third Quarter) (CLAS) Comprehensive Musicianship II (Third Quarter) (CLAS) Comprehensive Musicianship II (Third Quarter) (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM 08:30 AM-09:20 AM 08:30 AM-09:45 AM F MW T SETZIOL. 262 and 263. sight singing. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). Course Description: Development of the ability to play intermediate jazz piano arrangements from lead sheets in a variety of jazz styles and settings using knowledge of jazz theory. and free counterpoint examples. 262 and 263. and four parts using both the species approach and the phenomenological approach to assess the efficacy of the species approach when examining the historical literature and to produce. Course Description: Modal counterpoint in two. one hour laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). jazz piano techniques. introduction to concepts of music notation software. || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 69C. and the application of idiomatic phrases.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 3B or or by audition.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Intermediate level electronic music techniques including digital and analog synthesizer sound design and editing. and keyboard work exploring post tonal practice and the influence of non-notated. Course Description: Principles. PAUL SETZIOL.-01: For more information.-01 Intermediate Electronic Music (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM TTh Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-008. experimentally notated. PAUL SETZIOL. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). literacy. instrument editors. ear training. Improvisational skill on the piano is developed through the application of scales determined through the use of jazz theory and harmonic analysis. basic audio signal processing.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: MUSI 3A or equivalent. 42566 MUSI-009A-61 Jazz Piano I (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T SCHNEIDER. one and one-half hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). 43933 MUSI-008. 262 and 263. PAUL SETZIOL. and improvisational skills.-01 Intermediate Electronic Music (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM TTh 43933 MUSI-008. rhythmic training. JAMES A29 MUSI 9B: Jazz Piano II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Some prior music experience and/or concurrent enrollment in MUSI 10A or MUSI 12A is recommended. and simple melody composition.

this course will also offer students an opportunity to explore basic choral literature. 01352 MUSI-012C-01 Class Piano III (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MWF THOMSEN. and musical accuracy. Please see Course Repetition. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Voice Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. diction. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Piano Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. melody. Repeatability and Families page for more information.html Jazz Piano III (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T SCHNEIDER. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Piano Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. GAIL A29 MUSI 13A: Beginning Singing I Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Repeatability and Families page for more information. this course will also offer students an opportunity to explore basic choral literature. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Piano Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. Course Description: Piano performance with emphasis on interpretation. Please see Course Repetition. Training in controlling tonal production. musical form and harmony. simple sight-reading. an understanding of basic music notation and some possession of basic piano skills.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: MUSI 10A. Please see Course Repetition. key signatures. GLASMAN. 01343 MUSI-010A-01 Music Fundamentals (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:45 AM TTh FARRINGTON. 262 and 263. JOHN A29 42950 MUSI-012B-02L Class Piano II (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:25 PM S HICKS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). this course will also offer students an opportunity to explore basic choral literature.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 13A or equivalent. 01345 MUSI-012A-01 Class Piano I (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:45 PM TTh HICKS.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 12B or consent of instructor. ILAN A11 MUSI 13B: Beginning Singing II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). ILAN A31 01358 MUSI-013B-61 Beginning Singing II (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-013B-61: In addition to vocal training. 01349 MUSI-012B-01 Class Piano II (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MWF THOMSEN. or ESL 261. Course Description: Continuation of MUSI 13A with emphasis on musicianship. this course will also offer students an opportunity to explore basic choral literature. ILAN A11 105 of 163 2/5/16.deanza. GAIL A29 43361 MUSI-012B-61 Class Piano II (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Th THOMSEN.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 12A or consent of instructor. diction. GLASMAN. GLASMAN. 262 and 263. GLASMAN. breathing. May be appropriate for students with low scores on the MUSI 3A diagnostic test. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Voice Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. 10:33 AM . or ESL 261. or concurrent enrollment in MUSI 10A or MUSI 12A. Please see Course Repetition.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). GAIL A29 01347 MUSI-012A-02L Class Piano I (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:25 PM S HICKS. Course Description: Beginning piano for students with no previous instruction. Repeatability and Families page for more information. JOHN A29 MUSI 12C: Class Piano III Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). JOHN A29 42951 MUSI-012C-02L Class Piano III (CLAS) 09:30 AM-12:25 PM S HICKS.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Music Fundamentals students with no previous musical experience may benefit from concurrent enrollment in a beginning instrumental or vocal performance class. GAIL A29 01344 MUSI-012A-61 Class Piano I (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM Th THOMSEN. Course Description: A basic introduction to concepts and skills of music notation. Please see Course Repetition. 41822 MUSI-013A-02 Beginning Singing I (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MWF Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-013A-02: In addition to vocal training. or concurrent enrollment in MUSI 10A or MUSI 12A. or ESL 261. and triads. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . major and minor scales and keys. music majors and the general student. legato singing. Repeatability and Families page for more information. and musical accuracy.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 43369 MUSI-009C-61 http://ecms. ROBERT A31 MUSI 12A: Class Piano I Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Class instruction for beginners in techniques of solo and group singing. ILAN A31 01355 MUSI-013A-61 Beginning Singing I (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM T Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-013A-61: In addition to vocal training. correction of individual problems. JAMES A29 MUSI 10A: Music Fundamentals Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours lecture (36 hours total per quarter). 262 and 263. Training in controlling tonal production. those who need knowledge of piano for a teaching credential. Open to all students. rhythm. Course Description: Basic piano for beginning students who read treble and bass clef and understand music notation. memorization. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). JOHN A29 MUSI 12B: Class Piano II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Repeatability and Families page for more information. an understanding of basic music notation and some possession of basic piano skills. and the rudiments of performance. 01357 MUSI-013B-02 Beginning Singing II (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MWF Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-013B-02: In addition to vocal training. breathing.

GLASMAN.deanza. Blues and Popular Guitar Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. 43941 43941 MUSI-016B-01L MUSI-016B-01L Jazz. Please see Course Repetition. chord progression and basic strumming techniques will also be introduced. Chords.edu/dunnron/ T Th DUNN. Music fundamentals such as major and minor scales and chord construction will also be covered. scales. please see instructor's website: http://faculty.deanza. RONALD A31 A31 44164 MUSI-014B-61 Classical Guitar II (CLAS) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 44164 MUSI-014B-61 Classical Guitar II (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-014B-61: For more information.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 13B or equivalent. rest strokes. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Voice Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. please see instructor's website: http://faculty. nylon-stringed guitar. German. and musical accuracy. RONALD A31 A31 MUSI 16B: Jazz. Please see Course Repetition. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Class Applied Performance . Please see Course Repetition. RONALD A31 A31 MUSI 16A: Beginning Acoustic Guitar Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. Includes technique development and the rudiments of performance. RONALD DUNN. slur technique. left-hand development of strength and independence. free stroke and rest stroke development. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Guitar Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. English) and musicianship.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Repeatability and Families page for more information. ILAN A31 A31 43937 MUSI-013C-61 Beginning Singing III (CLAS) 06:30 PM-07:20 PM T 43937 MUSI-013C-61 Beginning Singing III (LAB) 07:30 PM-09:20 PM T Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-013C-61: In addition to vocal training. fingerstyle picking. and development of solo skills in these styles will be emphasized. 106 of 163 2/5/16. diction. multiple-voice music reading.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Ideal for learning folk song accompaniment and basic melodies. Repeatability and Families page for more information.deanza. Blues and Popular Guitar (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM F F DUNN. or ESL 261. GLASMAN. two hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). RONALD A31 A31 MUSI 14B: Classical Guitar II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. such as strumming.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 16A or equivalent skill level. please see instructor's website: http://faculty. left and right hand techniques. ILAN GLASMAN. Course Description: A continuation of MUSI 13B with emphasis on developing repertoire of art songs (Italian. RONALD DUNN. including free strokes. this course will also offer students an opportunity to explore basic choral literature.html MUSI 13C: Beginning Singing III Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. this course will also offer students an opportunity to explore basic choral literature. Repeatability and Families page for more information. correction of individual problems. Repeatability and Families page for more information. assuming no prior musical experience. and repertoire development. RONALD DUNN.) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 53C. Topics include expanded arpeggio techniques. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Piano Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. blues and selected styles of popular music.deanza. Please see Course Repetition. complex rhythms. 43936 MUSI-013C-02 Beginning Singing III (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM M 43936 MUSI-013C-02 Beginning Singing III (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM WF Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-013C-02: In addition to vocal training.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). French. ILAN GLASMAN. two hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Guitar styles from the 1940s to the present will be examined through the use of recording and written examples. two hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). right hand picking techniques. as well as simple "riffs" and improvisation. Introduces basic note reading on the first four frets of the instrument.edu/dunnron/ T Th DUNN.) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 16. or ESL 261. memorization. 43939 MUSI-014B-01 Classical Guitar II (CLAS) 03:30 PM-04:20 PM 43939 MUSI-014B-01 Classical Guitar II (LAB) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-014B-01: For more information. Blues and Popular Guitar (CLAS) Jazz. 10:33 AM .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Chord voicing.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 12C or consent of instructor. 43940 43940 MUSI-016A-01L MUSI-016A-01L Beginning Acoustic Guitar (CLAS) Beginning Acoustic Guitar (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM 01:30 PM-03:20 PM F F DUNN. Please see Course Repetition.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . two hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). RONALD DUNN.) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 56A. RONALD A31 A31 MUSI 18A: Intermediate Piano I Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. RONALD A31 A31 43938 MUSI-014A-61 Classical Guitar I (CLAS) 05:30 PM-06:20 PM 43938 MUSI-014A-61 Classical Guitar I (LAB) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-014A-61: For more information. and open and moveable position chords. breathing.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Guitar Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses.Jazz and Non-Western Family of activity courses.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Repeatability and Families page for more information. please see instructor's website: http://faculty.edu/dunnron/ T Th DUNN. Course Description: An early-intermediate level study of the common practices used in jazz. ILAN A11 A11 MUSI 14A: Classical Guitar I Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. Training in controlling tonal production. Course Description: A beginning level course covering basic guitar technique.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). 262 and 263.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 14A or equivalent level.edu/dunnron/ T Th DUNN. Repeatability and Families page for more information. and introduction to opera and music theater. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Guitar Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. Course Description: Refinement and expansion of classical guitar techniques learned in Classical Guitar I. 44168 MUSI-014A-01 Classical Guitar I (CLAS) 03:30 PM-04:20 PM 44168 MUSI-014A-01 Classical Guitar I (LAB) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-014A-01: For more information.) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 78A. two hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Both tablature and music notation are covered.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . legato singing. No previous musical experience is required. RONALD DUNN. admission by instructor consent. Highly recommended for those pursuing music education or primary school teaching certificates and degrees.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. two hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Beginning instruction for playing the classical. RONALD DUNN. 262 and 263. Please see Course Repetition.deanza. arpeggio technique. admission by instructor consent.

Students will be notified by electronic mail of the date. ILAN A11 A11 MUSI 22: Early Music Study and Performance Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). 21. JOHN A29 A29 MUSI 20: De Anza Chorale Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture.-01 Vintage Singers (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW 01365 MUSI-021. classical and contemporary choral literature. ILAN A11 MUSI 25: Applied Music Unit(s): 2 || Hours: One hour lecture. Course Description: Study and performance of traditional. GLASMAN. 3C or 12A is recommended. First meeting will be Monday. concurrent enrollment in MUSI 10A.-61 De Anza Chorale (LAB) 07:30 PM-10:20 PM M GLASMAN. 10B. 4A. three hours laboratory (48 hours total per quarter).-01 Applied Music (LAB) TBA TBA DUNN. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the Associate’s Degree music ensemble requirement. For voice music majors. JOHN A29 A29 MUSI 18C: Intermediate Piano III Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. 15B. or ESL 261. Achievement is evaluated through a juried performance. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Piano Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. Course Description: Continued study of the traditional classical piano literature from the Baroque era to the present day.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . An introductory hearing will assess pitch-matching ability and determine vocal range and appropriate choral part. RONALD 43947 MUSI-025. 41787 MUSI-022. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the Associate’s Degree music ensemble requirement. May be taken up to six times for credit. For guitar music majors. Course Description: An individualized study of the appropriate techniques and repertoire for the specific instrument or voice being studied. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the Associate’s Degree music ensemble requirement. Please see Course Repetition. three hours laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). May be taken up to six times for credit.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). two hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 78B. 20. 4B or 4C (may be taken concurrently) and MUSI 15A.-61 Early Music Study and Performance (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM M GLASMAN. A quick vocal placement. specifically required for mastery of compositions from those time periods.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-02 Applied Music (LAB) TBA TBA GLASMAN.-01 Applied Music (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM F DUNN.-02 Applied Music (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM F DUNN. 3B. April 4. ILAN GLASMAN. or ESL 261.-01 Vintage Singers (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM F Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-021. will determine the voice part assigned.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 18A or consent of instructor. time. 3C or 12A is recommended. Attendance at all scheduled performances is required. 31. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the Associate's Degree Music requirement. 43943 43943 MUSI-018B-01 MUSI-018B-01 Intermediate Piano II (CLAS) Intermediate Piano II (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM M WF THOMSEN. 43944 43944 MUSI-018C-01 MUSI-018C-01 Intermediate Piano III (CLAS) Intermediate Piano III (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM M WF THOMSEN. Attendance at all scheduled performances is required. 10:33 AM . JOHN THOMSEN. May be taken up to six times for credit. 3A. Cultivation of performance skills aimed at emulating the spirit and vitality of those periods. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Enrollment is open to all students. 10B. staff.-02: Auditions will be held the first three days of the quarter. Cultivation of performance skills in accompanied music. 43945 MUSI-020. A11 TBA 43947 MUSI-025. Attendance at all scheduled performances is required. 262 and 263. 3C. ILAN A11 43945 MUSI-020. Focus will be on the differences in interpretation and style for each of the time periods as well as development of piano technique. requiring technical command of the instrument and basic knowledge of musicianship. administration and community.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . RONALD 43946 MUSI-025. 01365 MUSI-021. and location of the audition no later than the weekend before the first day of classes. with the director.html Course Description: A study of the traditional classical piano literature from the Baroque era to present day. time. Focus will be on the differences in interpretation and style for each of the time periods as well as the development of advanced piano technique specifically required for mastery of compositions from those time periods. 22. Course Description: Study and performance of specialized choral styles from early to modern in an ensemble of limited size.-01: Auditions will be held the first three days of the quarter. RONALD Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-025.deanza.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . previous vocal training. JOHN THOMSEN.-01: Auditions will be held during the first week of classes.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 43946 MUSI-025.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. A11 TBA 107 of 163 2/5/16.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-61: Open to all students. Course Description: Study and performance of instrumental and vocal music from the Medieval and Renaissance periods. 3B. Course Description: A study the traditional classical piano literature from the Baroque to the present day. 2016.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. and some music reading ability is necessary. concurrent enrollment in MUSI 10A. An introductory audition will determine placement in the appropriate section of singers. Emphasis is on the progressive development of skills needed for solo performance. Students are also required to attend weekly master class instruction in solo and ensemble performance technique. 42 or 45 (may be taken concurrently). Enrollment is open to all students. 3A. May be taken up to six times for credit. Choral experience. 262 and 263. two hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). 262 and 263.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Placement by audition. faculty.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). Enrollment subject to audition. 43942 43942 MUSI-018A-01 MUSI-018A-01 Intermediate Piano I (CLAS) Intermediate Piano I (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM 09:30 AM-10:20 AM M WF THOMSEN. JOHN THOMSEN. 3B. ILAN A11 Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-020. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Piano Class Applied Performance Family of activity courses. MUSI 3A. or ESL 261.) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 78C. 34. Repeatability and Families page for more information. New members may join at the beginning of the quarter. and location of the audition no later than the weekend before the first day of classes. MUSI 21: Vintage Singers Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). ILAN Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-025.-61 De Anza Chorale (CLAS) 06:30 PM-07:20 PM M GLASMAN.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 18B or consent of instructor. Focus will be on the differences in interpretation and style for each of the time periods as well as development of advanced intermediate piano technique specifically required for mastery of compositions from those time periods. Students will be notified by electronic mail of the date. JOHN A29 A29 MUSI 18B: Intermediate Piano II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One hour lecture. Please see Course Repetition. Applied Music requires one-half hour lesson per week from faculty instructors and two and one-half hours per week in supervised on-campus practice.

Emphasis on improvising within the ensemble structure is a goal for each individual.deanza. Course Description: Supervised participation in the various aspects of music rehearsal and/or performance. i. May be taken up to six times for credit. For further information. 01369 MUSI-034.-01 Symphonic Wind Ensemble (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW RUSSELL. or ESL 261. and recording of wind ensemble literature in a variety of styles and time-periods. ILAN A11 Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-041W-62: Open to all students. 40951 MUSI-031. time.-05: Auditions will be held the first three days of the quarter.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . or 48 is recommended. piano. 34. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). April 4.e. alto.-61 Chamber Orchestra (CLAS) 07:30 PM-11:20 PM Th Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-031. RONALD 43949 MUSI-025. New members may join at the beginning of the quarter. ILAN GLASMAN. percussion. GLASMAN.) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 31A. bass. ROBERT Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-025.-61: String players are especially encouraged to enroll.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . A quick vocal placement. For further information.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play a band instrument and read music at sight. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the Associate’s Degree music ensemble requirement. MUSI 41W: Rehearsal and Performance Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for each unit of credit (24 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).-04 Applied Music (LAB) TBA TBA FARRINGTON. 41137 MUSI-041W-63 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 07:30 PM-11:20 PM Th Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-041W-63: String players are especially encouraged to enroll.-01: Auditions will be held during the first week of classes. performance.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Enrollment subject to audition. and location of the audition no later than the weekend before the first day of classes. First meeting will be Monday. JOHN A31 Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-041V-61: This class features a combination of instruction in improvisation and the jazz combo experience. time. Must be able to read notated music or rhythm section chord chart.-61 Jazz Ensemble (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM MW RUSSELL. Course Description: Rehearsal.e. LOREN A31 MUSI 34: Jazz Ensemble Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). For piano music majors. TAYERLE. percussion. JOHN A31 2/5/16. trumpet.html 43948 MUSI-025. 41135 MUSI-041V-61 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M RUSSELL. will determine the voice part assigned. Enrollment may be subject to audition. For woodwinds music majors. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the Associate’s Degree music ensemble requirement. and location of the audition no later than the weekend before the first day of classes. tenor or baritone saxophone. MUSI 41V: Rehearsal and Performance Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Two hours lecture-laboratory for each unit of credit (24 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). LOREN A31 MUSI 42: Symphonic Wind Ensemble Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). i. performance and recording of diverse styles of music composed and arranged for standard jazz ensemble.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. sight-reading. jazz guitar.-05 Applied Music (LAB) TBA TBA POKLEWSKI. Students will be notified by electronic mail of the date. Course Description: Sight-reading. PAUL Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-025. 10:33 AM . drum set. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). 262 and 263. ANNA Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-025. JOHN A31 MUSI-041W-02 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW 41136 MUSI-041W-61 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM MW RUSSELL. 2016. A11 TBA 43949 MUSI-025. rehearsal. Students are expected to spend a minimum of three hours per week on individual studio practice in preparation for an end-of-quarter recital performance.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . bass. concurrent enrollment in MUSI 32. or ESL 261. RONALD 43948 MUSI-025. Placement audition at the first class meeting. May be taken up to six times for credit. call (408) 864-8999 x3499. jazz guitar. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the Associate’s Degree music ensemble requirement. Students will be notified by electronic mail of the date. A11 TBA MUSI 31: Chamber Orchestra Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Requisite/Advisory: None. 01381 108 of 163 MUSI-042.-05 Applied Music (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM F DUNN.-04 Applied Music (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM F DUNN.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play an instrument and read music. For voice music majors. tenor or baritone saxophone. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). A11 TBA 43950 MUSI-025. concurrent enrollment in MUSI 42 and/or MUSI 48 is recommended. alto. Must be able to read notated music or rhythm section chord chart. call (408) 864-8999 x3499. JOHN A31 Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-034. 41133 MUSI-041W-01 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM F 41133 MUSI-041W-01 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-041W. with the director. ability to play an orchestral instrument and read music at sight. ILAN A11 A11 41344 RUSSELL. staff. TAYERLE. JOHN A31 Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-041W-61: Open to all qualified instrumentalists who play a standard "big band" instrument.-03 Applied Music (LAB) TBA TBA SETZIOL.-61: Open to all qualified instrumentalists who play a standard "big band" instrument. time. administration and community. piano. Attendance at all scheduled performances is required. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit . RONALD 43950 MUSI-025. or ESL 261. Course Description: Supervised participation in the various aspects of music rehearsal and/or performance. trombone. and location of the audition no later than the weekend before the first day of classes. drum set. Students will be notified by electronic mail of the date.-03: Auditions will be held the first three days of the quarter. Course Description: Performance of music for chamber orchestra emphasizing the development of good ensemble and proper musical interpretations. 41134 MUSI-041W-62 Rehearsal and Performance (CLAS) 06:30 PM-10:20 PM M GLASMAN. trombone.-03 Applied Music (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM F DUNN. trumpet. faculty.-04: Auditions will be held the first three days of the quarter. 262 and 263. 262 and 263. May be taken up to six times for credit.

Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). Placement audition at the first class meeting. MUSI 48B: Jazz Improvisation II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). Ear training and transcribing solos is included. Course Description: Further development of improvisational skill in the jazz idiom. Not required for LVN Transition to RN or Refresher Program for Registered Nurses. basic studio techniques.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 48A or by instructor consent. Please see Course Repetition. or ESL 261. 262 and 263. introduction to basic historical developments in electronic music. Ensemble and improvisational performance are emphasized in addition to playing in all jazz rhythmic styles.wordpress. JOHN A31 Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-048A-61: This class features a combination of instruction in improvisation and the jazz combo experience.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and forms applicable to improvisational performance of advanced jazz songs.) || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 48. JOHN A31 MUSI 48C: Jazz Improvisation III Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter).-01 Introduction to Electronic Music (CLAS) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MW 40035 MUSI-051. 262 and 263.-66R Special Projects in Music (TBA) TBA TBA MITCHELL.Jazz and Non-Western Family of activity courses. || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 68C. Higher level of difficulty in analysis of scales. creation of music/audio projects using basic electronic music hardware and software.-65R Special Projects in Music (TBA) TBA TBA GLASMAN. 40035 MUSI-051.-61 Jazz Combos (CLAS) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM MW RUSSELL.html MUSI 45: Jazz Combos Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours lecture-laboratory (48 hours total per quarter). ILAN TBA 42573 MUSI-077. 42568 MUSI-045.-67R Special Projects in Music (TBA) TBA TBA SETZIOL.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Participation at all scheduled performances is required.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: MUSI 48B or by instructor consent. GEORGE MITCHELL. Ear training and transcribing solos is included.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Development of improvisational skill in the jazz idiom. Course Description: Development of improvisational skill in the jazz idiom. 43617 MUSI-048C-61 Jazz Improvisation III (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M RUSSELL.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. 262 and 263.-01: For more information. chords. JOHN A31 MUSI 51: Introduction to Electronic Music Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Two hours lecture. 262 and 263. Required course for entry to De Anza's Registered Nursing Programs. Course Description: Careers in the health field with emphasis on education and practice.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . three hours laboratory (60 hours total per quarter). GEORGE A91 A91 MUSI 77: Special Projects in Music Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). and forms as applicable to improvisational performance of basic standard jazz songs. GEORGE TBA 41791 MUSI-077. Participation in a final recital is required. Course Description: Introduction to the use of keyboard controllers. introduction to Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI).-01 Introduction to Electronic Music (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM MW Course Notes (Spring): MUSI-051. JOHN A31 MUSI 48A: Jazz Improvisation I Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours lecture-laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). 262 and 263.deanza. or ESL 261. 10:33 AM . or ESL 261. PAUL TBA Title Time Dates/Days Instructor ****** Nursing CRN Course Location NURS 50: Career Opportunities in Nursing Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). Student compositions and arrangements are encouraged. and forms applicable to improvisational performance of intermediate level jazz songs. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). 43616 MUSI-048B-61 Jazz Improvisation II (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M RUSSELL. chords. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200). or ESL 261. Analysis of scales. or ESL 261. Course Description: Individual advanced projects in music. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the Associate’s Degree music ensemble requirement. Ear training and transcribing solos included. Participation in final recital is required. or ESL 261. 109 of 163 2/5/16. 42574 MUSI-077. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 262 and 263. || Formerly: (Formerly MUSI 68B. Some prior music experience is recommended but not required.com/ MITCHELL. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Class Applied Performance . hardware and software synthesizers and instruments.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play an instrument and read music.) || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Repeatability and Families page for more information. Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Ability to play an instrument and read music. and sequencing and audio software to create music projects in a variety of styles. please see instructor's website: https://danmitchelldeanza. May be taken up to six times for credit. Students are expected to spend a minimum of three hours per week on individual studio practice in preparation for an end-of-quarter recital performance. Participation in final recital is required. Course Description: Preparation and performance of music for jazz combo. chords.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 200 and READ 200 (or LART 200).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. More advanced analysis of scales. 42570 MUSI-048A-61 Jazz Improvisation I (CLAS) 06:30 PM-09:20 PM M RUSSELL.

81L and 81P (all courses with a grade of C or better). The student will be introduced to principles of safe administration of medications by parenteral routes. M SC2116 NURS 81L: Fundamental Nursing (Non-Acute/Sub-Acute Care Clinical) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Fifteen hours laboratory (180 hours total per quarter). 750 So.-01 Career Opportunities in Nursing (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM F ROWE. 4th Floor. Co-requisite: NURS 81L students must also enroll in NURS 81. Course Description: Physical and psychosocial. The preoperative.. 01401 # NURS-082L-01F Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I (Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM MT NICKLAS. and safe administration of medications by non-parenteral routes will be introduced.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Co-requisite: NURS 82L students must also enroll in NURS 82. SC2108 NURS 82: Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Goal-directed therapeutic communication techniques. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-02 Career Opportunities in Nursing (CLAS) 07:30 AM-09:20 AM W NICKLAS. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Open to non-nursing students with instructor approval. For additional information contact instructor Jennifer Beaver at jenniferb1616@gmail.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 81. the legal and ethical issues. Beginning teaching/learning principles will be explored to assist the client toward self-care.deanza. Legal/ethical issues and safety principles will be stressed throughout this course as an integral part of nursing practice. Therapeutic communication techniques and teaching/learning principles are applied in assisting the medical/surgical client to move toward self-care. developmental. Course Description: Individual special theory projects in nursing as determined in consultation with the director. San Jose CA 95116 with four class meeting place exceptions: On April 5. Sunnyvale. San Jose Ca 95128. principles of medical and surgical asepsis. M HOSP Course Notes (Spring): NURS-082L-02F: This class meets at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. The student will be introduced to principles of fluid and electrolyte theory. ELIZABETH Course Notes (Spring): NURS-081L-02F: This class meets in room S81 for weeks 1-5 and at Cupertino Health Care and Wellness Center (22590 Voss Ave. physiological. 6:30 am-2:30 pm. 01399 NURS-081P-01 Pharmacology I (CLAS) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM T CLAVIJO. Fundamental nursing care concepts will be introduced. Co-requisite: NURS 81 students must also enroll in NURS 81L. HANNAH S32 NURS 77X: Special Projects in Nursing Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). and preparation and administration of intravenous infusions. 225 North Jackson Avenue.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. 6:30 am-2:30 pm. Course Description: Clinical objectives will be met in the campus skills laboratory and in skilled and sub-acute nursing facilities to apply theory concepts. Course Description: Introduction to the foundation for entry into the field of nursing. May 16 & 17.edu 110 of 163 2/5/16.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Admission into the De Anza College Nursing Program. Bascom Ave. 01400 NURS-082. and the process of coping related to nursing practice.edu 01402 # NURS-082L-02F Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I (Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM MT STAFF. JUDITH TBA NURS 81: Fundamental Nursing (Non-Acute/Sub-Acute Care) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). and age differences and similarities when discussing the health deviations and interventions. April 12.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. and health deviation self-care requisites are addressed by utilization of the nursing process and Orem's model of self-care. 43438 NURS-077X-65R Special Projects in Nursing (TBA) TBA TBA CLAVIJO. universal. ethnic. safety principles. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 01395 NURS-081.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: Admission into the De Anza College Nursing Program. CA 95014)for weeks 6-11. Clinical assignments will focus on the perioperative client as well as medical health deviations discussed in theory class. universal. Students will have "hands on" experiences with all basic concepts presented. SILVINITA S32 43582 NURS-050. Course Description: Physical and psychosocial. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . The nursing process is also a basis for all client interactions. JUDITH Course Notes (Spring): NURS-081P-01: Open to non-nursing students pending instructor approval and space availability. Co-requisite: NURS 82 students must also enroll in NURS 82L. this class meets in De Anza College Room S81. 10:33 AM . Priority is given to De Anza College nursing program students. this class meets in De Anza College Room S81.html 41950 NURS-050. HANNAH SC2116 NURS 82L: Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I (Clinical) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Fifteen hours laboratory (180 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Pharmacology I provides the basic foundation required for entry in the field of nursing. Cupertino. The nursing process is used as a basis for all client interactions and Orem's model is integrated into this process. 01396 # NURS-081L-01F Fundamental Nursing (Non-Acute/Sub-Acute Care Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM WTh BEAVER. fluid and electrolyte theory application. CA 94087) for weeks 6-11. intraoperative.-01 Acute Fundamentals/Medical Surgical I (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM Th NICKLAS. For additional information contact instructor. Orem's model of self-care is used as the basis to study the health-illness continuum. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . For additional information contact instructor Elizabeth Lawson Gill at lawsongillelizabeth@fhda.-01 Fundamental Nursing (Non-Acute/Sub-Acute Care) (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM T STAFF. Beginning teaching/learning principles will be explored to assist the student to use effective techniques in self-care. HANNAH HOSP Course Notes (Spring): NURS-082L-01F: This class meets at Regional Medical Center. developmental. April 12. and postoperative stages of the surgical patient will be discussed.com 01397 # NURS-081L-02F Fundamental Nursing (Non-Acute/Sub-Acute Care Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM WTh LAWSON-GILL. and health deviation self-care requisites are addressed by utilization of the nursing process and Orem's model of self-care. For additional Information contact instructor at DiazSandra@fhda. with four class meeting place exceptions: On April 5. 81L and 81P (all courses with a grade of C or better). JENNIFER S81 Course Notes (Spring): NURS-081L-01F: This class meets in S81 for weeks 1-5 and at Cedar Crest Nursing Facility and Rehabilitation Center (797 East Fremont Ave. A variety of medical-surgical health deviations will also be presented which has a more surgical emphasis. Hannah Nicklas at NicklasHannah@fhda. The student will learn gender.) Prerequisite: Admission into the De Anza College Nursing Program.edu S81 NURS 81P: Pharmacology I Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours lecture (18 hours total per quarter)..Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 81. May 16 & 17. and safe administration of medication by parenteral and intravenous routes.

The nursing process will be integrated throughout the course as a primary tool for delivering nursing care to children. JUDITH Course Notes (Spring): NURS-082P-01: Open to non-nursing students pending instructor approval and space availability. Course Description: Clinical objectives will be achieved through student participation in nursing laboratory exercises. CATHERINE SC3103 Ends: 06/24/2016 W Course Notes (Spring): NURS-083A-56: This class meets 6 weeks beginning May 18. including the needs of the family unit.m. NURS 83A: Pediatric Nursing Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . CATHERINE SC3103 Ends: 05/15/2016 W Course Notes (Spring): NURS-083A-55: This class meets 6 weeks beginning April 6. OLGA SC2106 Course Notes (Spring): NURS-083. First class session meets in De Anza College room S-83 at 2:00 p. This course requires computer access.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 82 and 82L (all courses with a grade of C or better).m. Failure of either component requires both courses to be retaken.-55: This class meets 6 weeks beginning April 8. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the Registered Nurse's specific scope of practice. Co-requisite: NURS 83P students must also enroll in NURS 83PL. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Open to non-nursing students with instructor approval. Course Description: Utilization of the nursing process and incorporation of Orem's model of self-care in meeting universal. First class session meets at 2:00 p. OLGA SC2106 01:30 PM-05:20 PM Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 F LIBOVA. Weeks 2-6 meet at El Camino Hospital. Failure of either requires both to be retaken.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (Open to non-nursing students with instructor approval.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 82 and NURS 82L (all courses with a grade of C or better). 10:33 AM . This is a blended (hybrid) course 50% of this course will be by computer and 50% in the classroom. Mountain View. Concepts on venipuncture will be presented. Priority is given to De Anza College nursing program students. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Orem's model is used as a basis for all client interactions and is integrated into the nursing process.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Teaching/learning principles with regard to medication administration will be included. Weeks 7-11 meets at El Camino Hospital. Legal/ethical issues and safety principles will be stressed as an integral part of nursing practice.-55 Perinatal Nursing (CLAS) 08:30 AM-12:20 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 F LIBOVA. in acute hospital settings and in selected community-based women's health clinics. Co-requisite: NURS 83L students must also enroll in NURS 83.-56: This class meets 6 weeks beginning May 20. This course requires computer access.com 01409 # NURS-083L-56F Perinatal Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 02:00 PM-10:00 PM HOSP Starts: 05/16/2016 LIBOVA. NURS 83L: Perinatal Nursing (Clinical) Unit(s): 2 1/2 || Hours: Seven and one-half hours laboratory (90 hours total per quarter). 01404 NURS-083. 01408 # NURS-083L-55F Perinatal Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 02:00 PM-10:00 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 LIBOVA. Focus is on the physical and psychosocial needs of the perinatal client. 01410 111 of 163 NURS-083P-01 Pharmacology III (CLAS) 06:30 AM-07:45 AM Th HRYCYK. CA 94040). Mountain View. 01406 NURS-083A-55 Pediatric Nursing (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM Starts: 04/04/2016 HRYCYK. The student will also incorporate principles of medical and surgical asepsis in the safe administration of medications by non-parenteral and parenteral routes with emphasis on parenteral routes. S51 NURS 83: Perinatal Nursing Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). This is a blended (hybrid) course 50% of this course will be by computer and 50% in the classroom. CATHERINE S71 2/5/16. For additional information contact instructor at midwife@gmail. Orem's model of self-care will be used as a basis to study the health/illness continuum as it applies to children and their families. developmental. Theory and clinical components are to be taken concurrently. For additional information contact instructor at midwife@gmail.deanza. Mother-Baby Unit (2500 Grant Rd. OLGA Ends: 05/15/2016 MT Course Notes (Spring): NURS-083L-55F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning April 4. (2500 Grant Rd. Assessment skills will be demonstrated by the instructor and practiced by the student before "hands-on" implementation in the various clinical settings. Teaching/learning principles will be expanded to assist the student in effective techniques in self-care.-56 Perinatal Nursing (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): NURS-083. 01405 NURS-083. 01407 NURS-083A-56 Pediatric Nursing (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM Starts: 05/16/2016 HRYCYK. Theory and clinical must be taken concurrently. 01403 NURS-082P-01 Pharmacology II (CLAS) 07:30 AM-08:45 AM W CLAVIJO. Co-requisite: NURS 83 students must also enroll in NURS 83L.com NURS 83P: Pharmacology III Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours lecture (18 hours total per quarter). and health deviation self-care requisites of perinatal client and family. OLGA HOSP Ends: 06/24/2016 MT Course Notes (Spring): NURS-083L-56F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning May 16.) Prerequisite: NURS 82P (with a grade of C or better). Course Description: Pharmacology II provides the student a sound basis of pharmacology for entry into acute care nursing. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Pharmacology III focuses on pharmacology related to the maternal and child population. Legal/ethical issues and safety principles will be stressed throughout this course as an integral part of nursing practice.html NURS 82P: Pharmacology II Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours lecture (18 hours total per quarter). Failure of either component requires both courses to be retaken. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the Registered Nurse's specific scope of practice. Course Description: Introduction to the nursing care of children. on May 16 in room S-83. Co-requisite: NURS 83A students must also enroll in NURS 83AL.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 82 and NURS 82L (all courses with a grade of C or better).) Prerequisite: NURS 81P (with a grade of C or better). Theory and clinical components are to be taken concurrently. CA 94040). Mother-Baby Unit.

|| General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . The nursing process will be utilized as a mechanism in developing coherent and logical thinking through the use of scenarios. 83P and 83PL (all courses with a grade of C or better). debates. solitude/social interaction.m. CA 94040) Clinical assignments and information are obtained from the instructor. 83L.-01 Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM Th COZZENS. Emphasis is on the study of the older adult who is experiencing the normal process of aging as well as the older adult experiencing a health deviation. Co-requisite: NURS 85 students must also enroll in NURS 85L. San Jose. CA 95128). chemotherapy and parenteral nutrition will be addressed. Clinical assignments and information are obtained from the instructor. water. 84C and 84L (all courses with a grade of C or better). Failure of either requires both to be retaken. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be utilized in the application of theoretical concepts with consideration for the Registered Nurse's scope of practice.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 84. CATHERINE S71 NURS 84: Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). Course Description: Designed to assist the nurse in developing critical thinking skills to facilitate decision making and effective clinical judgment. This course and its clinical component (NURS 84L) must be taken concurrently. adult community centers. Co-requisite: NURS 83AL students must also enroll in NURS 83A. Critical thinking and problem solving will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the Registered Nurse's scope of practice. Bascom Ave. activity and rest. Practice in venipuncture and blood withdrawal will also be provided. JAMIE HOSP Course Notes (Spring): NURS-084L-02F: This class meets at O'Connor Hospital. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the Registered Nurse's specific scope of practice. First class session meets 6:30 a.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. and normalcy. Course Description: Health deviations presented are encountered in the adult population. 01412 NURS-084C-01 Critical Thinking in Nursing (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM F WILLIAMS.. 83A.Clinical (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM MT ZIKRIA. Co-requisite: NURS 84 students must also enroll in NURS 84L. 83AL. Pediatric Unit. 01427 # NURS-83AL-55F Pediatric Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 HRYCYK. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 82P (with a grade of C or better). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . acute care facilities and numerous community agencies to apply theory concepts.deanza. 83A. 01411 NURS-084.edu 01414 # NURS-084L-02F Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) . 83P and 83PL (all courses with a grade of C or better).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 82 and NURS 82L (all courses with a grade of C or better).Clinical (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM MT COZZENS. Mountain View. 01429 NURS-83PL-01L Pharmacology III Laboratory (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM Th HRYCYK. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . San Jose. Co-requisite: NURS 83PL students must also enroll in NURS 83P. SHERRI HOSP Course Notes (Spring): NURS-084L-01F: This class meets at El Camino Hospital (2500 Grant Rd. prevention of hazards. Subsequent classes meet at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (750 So.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 83. Course Description: Utilization of the nursing process within the framework of Orem's model of self-care in relation to the gerontological client and the client with chronic self-care deficits. 4 East (2105 Forest Ave. PATRICIA SC3103 NURS 84L: Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) . Ca 95128).edu NURS 83PL: Pharmacology III Laboratory Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). For additional information contact instructor at cozzenssherri@fhda. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be employed through group exercises and independent study with consideration for the Registered Nurse's specific scope of practice. Co-requisite: NURS 84L students must also enroll in NURS 84. group and written assignments. 83P and 83PL (all courses with a grade of C or better). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 10:33 AM . Subsequent classes meet at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (750 So. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Failure of either requires both to be retaken. Concepts of advanced vascular access. 83AL.edu 01428 # NURS-83AL-56F Pediatric Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 06:30 AM-02:30 PM Starts: 05/16/2016 HRYCYK. For additional information contact instructor Catherine Hrycyk at hrycykcatherine@fhda. CATHERINE HOSP Ends: 06/24/2016 MT Course Notes (Spring): NURS-83AL-56F: Meets 6 weeks beginning May 16. Topics include self-care deficits related to air.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 83. Emphasis is on the clinical nursing care of the older adult who is experiencing the normal process of aging as well as the older adult experiencing a health deviation. Course Description: Clinical objectives will be met in the campus skills laboratory. SHERRI SC2106 NURS 84C: Critical Thinking in Nursing Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). First class session meets 6:30 a. Bascom Ave. CATHERINE HOSP Ends: 05/15/2016 MT Course Notes (Spring): NURS-83AL-55F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning April 4. 83A. Critical thinking and problem solving skills will be utilized in the application of theoretical concepts with consideration for the Registered Nurse's specific scope of practice 01413 # NURS-084L-01F Medical/Surgical II (Care of the Older Adult) . San Jose. Course Description: Pharmacology III Laboratory objectives will be met in the campus skills laboratory. The focus of the course is to provide the student pharmacology skill application with emphasis on maternal and child population. and simulated laboratory settings. For additional information contact instructor Catherine Hrycyk at hrycykcatherine@fhda.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.html NURS 83AL: Pediatric Nursing (Clinical) Unit(s): 2 1/2 || Hours: Seven and one-half hours laboratory (90 hours total per quarter).. elimination. Clinical objectives are met through experiences in a variety of settings such as long-term care nursing facilities. For additional information contact instructor at bielskijamie@fhda.m. Pediatric Unit. Theory and clinical must be taken concurrently. 83L. Failure of either requires both to be retaken. 83AL.edu NURS 85: Advanced Medical-Surgical Concepts Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). food. Ca 95128). Course Description: Utilization of the nursing process within the framework of Orem's model of self-care in relation to the gerontologic client and the client with chronic self-care deficits. medical-surgical units in acute care settings. This course and its theory component (NURS 84) must be taken concurrently. in De Anza College room S-83 on April 4. 83L. 112 of 163 2/5/16. in De Anza College room S-83 on May 16.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 83.Clinical Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Fifteen hours laboratory (180 hours total per quarter).

85AL and 85L (all courses with a grade of C or better).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 84.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 84.edu 43522 # NURS-085L-56F Advanced Medical-Surgical Clinical (CLAS) 02:00 PM-10:00 PM Starts: 05/16/2016 MISKIN. the Prelicensure Preceptorship. 84C and 84L (all courses with a grade of C or better). Co-requisite: NURS 85A students must also enroll in NURS 85AL. This class at Regional Medical Center (225 North Jackson Ave. Co-requisite: NURS 85L students must also enroll in NURS 85. 43521 # NURS-085L-55F Advanced Medical-Surgical Clinical (LAB) 02:00 PM-10:00 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 MISKIN. 01417 NURS-085A-55L Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Theory) (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 F SHERWOOD.edu HOSP NURS 85AL: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Clinical) Unit(s): 2 1/2 || Hours: Seven and one-half hours laboratory (90 hours total per quarter).edu NURS 86: Leadership/Management in Nursing Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 85.. 85AL. 10:33 AM . Failure of either component requires both courses to be retaken. Psychiatric Dept. Co-requisite: NURS 86 students must also enroll in NURS 86L. Students will be working with clients demonstrating acute health deviations. PREDRAG Ends: 06/24/2016 TW Course Notes (Spring): NURS-085L-56F: This 6 week class meets beginning May 17. supervised by the faculty liaison. Clinical assignments and information are obtained from the instructor. 01421 NURS-086. Course Description: Application of theories of psychiatric/mental health nursing.-01 Leadership/Management in Nursing (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM F WILLIAMS. REBECCA Ends: 06/24/2016 TW Course Notes (Spring): NURS-85AL-56F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning May 17 at El Camino Hospital.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 01415 NURS-085. is designed to prepare the student to function as a graduate nurse. Co-requisite: NURS 85AL students must also enroll in NURS 85A. REBECCA S41 Course Notes (Spring): NURS-085A-55L: This class meets 6 weeks beginning April 8.deanza.-56 Advanced Medical-Surgical Concepts (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): NURS-085. 84C and 84L (all courses with a grade of C or better). CA 94040). The nursing process and Orem's conceptual model will be utilized in caring for unstable clients on a medical-surgical unit. 01418 NURS-085A-56L Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Theory) (CLAS) Course Notes (Spring): NURS-085A-56L: This class meets 6 weeks beginning May 20.. miskinpeter@fhda. Course Description: Application of concepts learned in the theory class will occur in acute care settings. including inpatient acute care. 85A. The nursing process is used in providing care for individuals undergoing treatment in a variety of behavioral health settings within the general hospital. Mountain View. San Jose Ca 95116). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . PREDRAG SC3103 Course Notes (Spring): NURS-085. Mountain View. Students will provide nursing care for patients under the guidance of a registered nurse working in the community. PREDRAG SC3103 06:30 AM-11:00 AM Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 M MISKIN. Clinical assignments and information are obtained from the instructor. REBECCA Ends: 05/15/2016 TW Course Notes (Spring): NURS-85AL-55F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning April 5 at El Camino Hospital. and trends within the nursing profession. For additional information contact instructor Rebecca Sherwood at sherwoodrebecca@fhda. with an emphasis on the biopsychosocial needs of individuals across the life span who experience acute or severe psychopathology. Focus includes the managerial/leadership role. Clinical assignments and information are obtained from the instructor. Theories of psychiatric/mental health nursing will be taught in concert with nursing care of individuals undergoing treatment in a variety of behavioral healthcare settings. 85A. Failure of either component requires both courses to be retaken.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Utilization of the nursing process in learning to meet clients' self-care deficits. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-55 http://ecms. For additional information contact instructor Peter Miskin. (2500 Grant Rd.html Advanced Medical-Surgical Concepts (CLAS) 06:30 AM-10:20 AM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 M MISKIN.edu HOSP 01431 # NURS-85AL-56F Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 07:30 AM-03:30 PM HOSP Starts: 05/16/2016 SHERWOOD.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 84. Clinical assignments and information are obtained from the instructor. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . NURS 85L: Advanced Medical-Surgical Clinical Unit(s): 2 1/2 || Hours: Seven and one-half hours laboratory (90 hours total per quarter). CA 94040). Theory and clinical components must be taken concurrently. 01416 NURS-085. For additional information contact instructor Peter Miskin. 84C and 84L (all courses with a grade of C or better). interdisciplinary practice. NURS 85A: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Theory) Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). Clinical and theory (NURS 85A) components must be taken concurrently. Psychiatric Dept. This course. Co-requisite: NURS 86L students must also enroll in NURS 86 Course Description: The clinical component to the Leadership/Management in Nursing course (to be taken concurrently). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . PREDRAG HOSP Ends: 05/15/2016 TW Course Notes (Spring): NURS-085L-55F: This class meets 6 weeks beginning April 5 at Regional Medical Center (225 North Jackson Ave. Course Description: Leadership/Management in Nursing is a quarter long course designed to prepare the Registered Nursing student to function as a graduate nurse. REBECCA S41 09:30 AM-01:20 PM Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 F SHERWOOD.. and 85L (all courses with a grade of C or better). 01430 # NURS-85AL-55F Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing (Clinical) (LAB) 07:30 AM-02:45 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 SHERWOOD.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: NURS 85. 113 of 163 2/5/16.-56: This class meets 6 weeks beginning May 16. (2500 Grant Rd. For additional information contact instructor Rebecca Sherwood at sherwoodrebecca@fhda. partial hospitalization and outpatient programs. legal challenges of clinical practice.-55: This class meets 6 weeks beginning April 4. PATRICIA S71 NURS 86L: Leadership/Management Clinical Component Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Fifteen hours laboratory (180 hours total per quarter). miskinpeter@fhda. San Jose Ca 95116).

|| General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Relationship of nutrients to health and physical fitness.deanza.-04 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW MILLER.-63 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM MW KNOBLAUGH. 01422 # NURS-086L-55F Leadership/Management Clinical Component (LAB) TBA TBA WILLIAMS. psychological and economic influences on food choices.-07L Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM F CAMPBELL.edu TBA NURS 151: Nursing Laboratory Skills for Fundamental (Non-Acute) Nursing Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). ALISON S57 40580 NUTR-010. Evaluation of current nutritional issues and controversies. ANNE S57 40581 NUTR-010. evening. Course Description: Nursing skills practice in a campus laboratory setting. DIANA S57 01436 NUTR-010.-06 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM TTh ACKER.-09L Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM S CAMPBELL. KAREN S57 43635 NUTR-010. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: NURS 154 students must also enroll in NURS 84L. JUDITH S83 NURS 154: Nursing Laboratory Skills for Care of the Older Adult in an Acute Clinical Setting Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: One and one-half hours laboratory (18 hours total per quarter). or night shift.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 01434 NUTR-010.-55 Nursing Laboratory Skills for Fundamental Acute Nursing (TBA) TBA TBA CLAVIJO. M S57 44261 NUTR-010. ALISON S57 44263 NUTR-010. 43443 NURS-154. PATRICIA Course Notes (Spring): NURS-086L-55F: Clinical assignments and information are obtained from the instructor Contact Patricia Williams via email at williamspatricia@fhda. Course Description: Nursing skills practice in a campus laboratory setting.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. cultural. Course Description: Nursing skills practice in a campus laboratory setting. 43442 NURS-153. 10:33 AM .Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: NURS 153 students must also enroll in NURS 83L or NURS 83AL.-55 Nursing Laboratory Skills for Care of the Older Adult in an Acute Clinical TBA Setting (TBA) TBA CLAVIJO. depending on the schedule of the assigned preceptor. JUDITH S83 NURS 152: Nursing Laboratory Skills for Fundamental Acute Nursing Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). GEORGIA S57 42475 NUTR-010. 43441 NURS-152.-10 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM MW MILLER.html The student will work on the day. Physiological.-09 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 03:30 PM-05:20 PM MW KNOBLAUGH.-55 Nursing Laboratory Skills for Fundamental (Non-Acute) Nursing (TBA) TBA TBA CLAVIJO. ANNE S57 42476 NUTR-010.-62 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 05:30 PM-07:20 PM TTh STAFF. ALISON S57 43398 NUTR-010.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.-05 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh ACKER.-61 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 07:30 PM-09:20 PM TTh CAMPBELL.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: NURS 151 students must also enroll in NURS 81L.-55 Nursing Laboratory Skills for Pediatric and Perinatal Patients (TBA) TBA TBA CLAVIJO. DIANA S57 01437 NUTR-010. JUDITH S83 NURS 153: Nursing Laboratory Skills for Pediatric and Perinatal Patients Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Introductory level nutrition. 43440 NURS-151.edu TBA 01423 # NURS-086L-56F Leadership/Management Clinical Component (LAB) TBA TBA FRIEND. JULIE Course Notes (Spring): NURS-086L-56F: Clinical assignments and information are obtained from the instructor. KAREN S57 114 of 163 2/5/16. Course Description: Nursing skills practice in a campus laboratory setting.-01 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh WRIGHT.-02 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM TTh WRIGHT. GEORGIA S57 40688 NUTR-010. JUDITH Title Dates/Days Instructor S83 ****** Nutrition CRN Course Time Location NUTR 10: Contemporary Nutrition Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). ALISON S57 43397 NUTR-010.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Pass/Fail Requisites: Co-requisite: NURS 152 students must also enroll in NURS 82L.-03 Contemporary Nutrition (CLAS) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM MW CAMPBELL. Contact Julie Friend via email at friendjulie@fhda.

KAY SJCMT P A 311B: Unit(s): || 41524 P A -311B-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.deanza. 10:33 AM . Course Description: Principles of sports nutrition. KAY CLTC 41665 P A -311C-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. the Web and an individual email address. Diet and nutrition concepts applicable to strength training.-01 Nutrition and Athletic Performance (CLAS) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM W ACKER.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Use of dietary supplements as popular ergogenic aids.edu/distance/ ONLINE NUTR 62: Nutrition and Athletic Performance Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). BARBARA Course Notes (Spring): NUTR-010. endurance activities and weight control. KAY PYT 41675 P A -311D-03 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC 41664 P A -311B-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC 41661 P A -311A-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC 41667 P A -311D-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY PYT 41677 P A -311F-03 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. GEORGIA Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor KC112 ****** CRN Location P A 311A: Unit(s): || 41523 P A -311A-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.deanza. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://www. KAY SJCMT P A 311E: Unit(s): || 41527 P A -311E-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . KAY SJCMT P A 311D: Unit(s): || 41526 P A -311D-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY PYT 41673 P A -311C-03 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY SJCMT 115 of 163 2/5/16.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 1A or EWRT 1AH or ESL 5. 44264 NUTR-062. KAY SJCMT P A 311F: Unit(s): || 41528 P A -311F-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC 41670 P A -311F-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. Students must have access to a computer.-64Z Contemporary Nutrition (TBA) TBA TBA LIECHTY. KAY CLTC 41669 P A -311E-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY PYT 41671 P A -311A-03 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY PYT 41676 P A -311E-03 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY PYT 41672 P A -311B-03 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.-64Z: Online Course. KAY SJCMT P A 311C: Unit(s): || 41525 P A -311C-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.html 01439 * NUTR-010.

KAY CCC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. KAY CCC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY ECYS 116 of 163 2/5/16.html P A 315A: Unit(s): || 41529 P A -315A-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CCC P A 315B: Unit(s): || 41530 P A -315B-01 P A 315C: Unit(s): || 41531 P A -315C-01 P A 315D: Unit(s): || 41532 P A -315D-01 P A 315E: Unit(s): || 41533 P A -315E-01 P A 315F: Unit(s): || 41534 P A -315F-01 P A 321A: Unit(s): || 41516 P A -321A-01 P A 321B: Unit(s): || 41517 P A -321B-01 P A 321C: Unit(s): || 41518 P A -321C-01 P A 321D: Unit(s): || 41519 P A -321D-01 P A 321E: Unit(s): || 41520 P A -321E-01 P A 321F: Unit(s): || 41521 P A -321F-01 P A 331A: Unit(s): || 41536 P A -331A-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. 10:33 AM .deanza. KAY CCC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CCC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. KAY CYS 41654 P A -331A-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CLTC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CCC (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.

KAY ECYS P A 331E: Unit(s): || 41540 P A -331E-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 10:33 AM . KAY CYS 41657 P A -331C-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.deanza. KAY WBO (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CYS 41660 P A -331F-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY WBO (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CYS 41659 P A -331E-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY WBO P A 341A: Unit(s): || 41679 P A -341A-01 P A 341B: Unit(s): || 41680 P A -341B-01 P A 341C: Unit(s): || 41681 P A -341C-01 P A 341D: Unit(s): || 41682 P A -341D-01 P A 341E: Unit(s): || 41683 P A -341E-01 P A 341F: Unit(s): || 41684 P A -341F-01 ****** Physical Education Important Department Information: All students who have successfully completed PE 70A and PE71 please go to the Wellness Center (PE610) the first week of school if you are interested in 117 of 163 2/5/16. KAY WBO (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CYS 41655 P A -331B-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY ECYS (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY WBO (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY ECYS P A 331F: Unit(s): || 41541 P A -331F-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY WBO (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.html P A 331B: Unit(s): || 41537 P A -331B-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY ECYS P A 331C: Unit(s): || 41538 P A -331C-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY CYS 41658 P A -331D-02 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON. KAY ECYS P A 331D: Unit(s): || 41539 P A -331D-01 (LAB) TBA TBA THORNTON.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.

Basketball (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh DAMJANOVIC. Activities include individual and team strategies and techniques required for competitive games. DAWNIS PE14 44140 P E -002E-01L Flow Yoga (LAB) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM F SIMONS. Please see Course Repetition. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). NANCY PE14 P E 2E: Flow Yoga Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). 44078 P E -002E-01 Flow Yoga (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW GUEVARA. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through team sport basketball. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Combatives Family of activity courses. nutrition. equipment. NANCY PE14 44141 P E -002E-02L Flow Yoga (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM S GHIASVAND. Repeatability and Families page for more information. or approval of instructor. rules. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). punching. and etiquette of the sport.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Includes. PETER PE14 01445 P E -002A-61 Beginning Karate (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): Please contact: rabbittpete@deanza. 09:30 AM-11:20 AM F RABBITT. and etiquette. nutrition. Major emphasis on tournament format participation. or ESL 272 and 273. flexibility and strength concepts in an effort to improve their physical condition. including.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . The impact of culture and gender on amateur and professional levels of competition will also be analyzed. along with. gender. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Introduction to physical education through flow yoga. nutrition. Includes an historical examination and key philosophical concepts of the yoga tradition. FARZANEH PE15 118 of 163 2/5/16. 01441 P E -001H-01 Team Sport . Students will practice power yoga poses for muscular development and flexibility. Skills emphasized will enable students to participate in informal basketball (streetball) activities. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). as well as the evolution of yoga throughout the ages. Considerations for the variables that occur due to age.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. gender and physical conditions. Please see Course Repetition. and mental concepts to improve one's physical condition. strength. and strength concepts in an effort to improve their physical condition in order to train at a more advanced level.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. nutrition. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Physical Meditation Family of activity courses.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Basic exercise physiology.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 44138 P E -002D-01 Power Yoga (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh EVANS.) Prerequisite: P E 2A or P E 2AX.deanza. rules. and group interaction. nutrition. or ESL 272 and 273. Designed to introduce students to the flow element of yoga which emphasizes a mind-body connection from pose to pose. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of physical education through the discipline of karate. Please see Course Repetition. The course includes a historical examination and and key philosophical concepts of the yoga tradition. and physical conditions will be covered.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). and the evolution of yoga throughout the ages will be covered. and mental concepts to improve one's physical condition. A brief historical examination of significant national and international contributions to the development of styles of play will be presented. flexibility. kicking striking and stances.edu for more information.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and strength concepts in order to improve level of skill. including variables which occur due to age. JASON PE21E P E 2A: Beginning Karate Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 01446 P E -002B-01L Intermediate Karate (LAB) 01448 P E -002B-61 Intermediate Karate (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): Please contact: rabbitpete@deanza. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of physical education through the discipline of karate.) || Formerly: (Formerly P E 72D and 72DX respectively. strength. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). equipment. 06:30 PM-07:20 PM MW RABBITT. Please see Course Repetition.html using the facility. flexibility and relaxation. Course Description: An introduction to physical education through the study of power yoga. KELLY PE15 44236 P E -002E-02 Flow Yoga (LAB) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM Th EVANS. Students will recognize basketball needs associated with physiology. Students will strive to understand and apply basic exercise physiology. Repeatability and Families page for more information. and gender. a global and historical examination of the sport. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Team Sports Family of activity courses. kicking.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. gender. or ESL 272 and 273. flexibility. Repeatability and Families page for more information. PETER PE15 P E 2B: Intermediate Karate Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Combatives Family of activity courses. 10:33 AM . being mindful while using breathing techniques. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport. and physical conditions will be covered. strength. JASON PE21E 01442 P E -001H-02 Team Sport . PETER PE14 06:30 PM-07:20 PM MW RABBITT. CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location P E 1H: Team Sport . variables which occur due to age.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). PETER PE15 P E 2D: Power Yoga Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). flexibility. Students will strive to understand and apply basic exercise physiology. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Physical Meditation Family of activity courses. stances and individual evasive movement. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Students will analyze and demonstrate the application of traditional Japanese Shotokan karate techniques including blocking.Basketball Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). flexibility. or ESL 272 and 273. with consideration for the variables that occur due to age.edu for more information. age. punching. 01444 P E -002A-02L Beginning Karate (LAB) 09:30 AM-11:20 AM F RABBITT. Basic exercise physiology. Intermediate karate skills and techniques of Japanese karate will be covered including blocking. Instructors will motivate and encourage students to practice and adapt skills to physical ability.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Basketball (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MW DAMJANOVIC. gender and physical conditions will be covered.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). breathing techniques.

De Anza College: Schedule of Classes

44245

P E -002E-03

http://ecms.deanza.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.html

Flow Yoga (LAB)

02:00 PM-03:50 PM

M

SIMONS, KELLY

PE14

P E 2F: Yoga/Pilates Combo
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Physical Meditation Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || Formerly: (Formerly P E
72F and 72FX respectively.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of physical education through the study of the mind-body connection. Includes a global and historical perspective of mind-body exercise
including Yoga and Pilates. Students will practice breathing techniques and examine different ways to center and focus the mind and body using both mat Pilates and Yogic asanas. Basic
exercise physiology, nutrition, strength development, and flexibility will be covered.
44235

P E -002F-01

Yoga/Pilates Combo (LAB)

01:30 PM-03:20 PM

Th

EVANS, NANCY

PE14

P E 2G: Yoga for Relaxation
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Physical Meditation Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || Formerly: (Formerly P E
72G and 72GX respectively.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the study of yoga for relaxation. Includes a global and historical examination and key philosophical concepts
of the yoga tradition. Students will practice yoga techniques to relax the mind and the body. Includes breath awareness and stress reduction techniques. Basic exercise physiology, nutrition,
strength development, and flexibility will be covered.
44246

P E -002G-01

Yoga for Relaxation (LAB)

02:00 PM-03:50 PM

M

SIMONS, KELLY

PE14

44139

P E -002G-01L

Yoga for Relaxation (LAB)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM

F

MAY, CHRISTIAN

PE15

44085

P E -002G-61

Yoga for Relaxation (LAB)

07:30 PM-09:20 PM

M

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE14

P E 2P: Basic Pilates Mat Exercise
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Flexibility and Stability Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education
Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to physical education through the study of Pilates. Includes a global and historical perspective, key philosophical concepts, and the six principles of Pilates
exercise. Students will practice basic Pilates mat techniques to improve the mind, core strength and flexibility. Includes basic exercise physiology concepts, and nutrition.
01450

P E -002P-01

Basic Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

W

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE14

01451

P E -002P-01L

Basic Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

S

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE15

41283

P E -002P-02

Basic Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB)

05:30 PM-07:20 PM

W

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE14

P E 2R: Intermediate Tai Chi
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Combatives Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE ||
Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: P E 2Q or P E 2QX, or comparable level, or permission of instructor. Advisory: EWRT 211 and
READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Further examination of Physical Education through the ancient exercise of Tai Chi. Includes the well-known short forms consisting of 24 or 36 postures. Complete and
polish movements of the 24 Tai Chi set, self-defense applications, "push-hands," and sparring will be performed. Review and embody principles of unity, centering, balance, alignment, breath
and mind intent, "yin and yang" relationships and the development of Tai Chi at an intermediate level. Benefits of Tai Chi exercise relative to age, gender and environmental conditions will be
studied. The course will incorporate basic exercise physiology, nutrition, strength development, flexibility and meditation techniques as related to Tai Chi and health.
44083

P E -002R-61

Intermediate Tai Chi (LAB)

05:30 PM-06:20 PM

MW

LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN

PE15

P E 2T: Integrated Pilates Mat Exercise
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Formerly:
(Formerly P E 52T and 52TX respectively.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter
Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: P E 2P or P E 2PX, or approval of instructor. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART
211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through integrated Pilates mat exercise. A variety of equipment will be used to develop core strength and flexibility in this course.
Intermediate to advanced Pilates exercises will be practiced to increase and develop muscle mass, discipline of the mind, and rhythmic breathing techniques. Includes exercise physiology
concepts, and nutrition.
43625

P E -002T-01

Integrated Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB)

03:30 PM-05:20 PM

W

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE14

43593

P E -002T-01L

Integrated Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB)

10:30 AM-12:25 PM

S

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE15

43626

P E -002T-02

Integrated Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB)

05:30 PM-07:20 PM

W

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE14

P E 2Y: Hatha Yoga
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Physical Meditation Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status:
GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the study of yoga including a historical examination and key philosophical concepts of the yoga tradition and
the evolution of yoga throughout the ages. Students will practice simple yoga poses for the mind, body, mindfulness, breath awareness and relaxation techniques will be covered.
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P E -002Y-01L

Hatha Yoga (LAB)

10:30 AM-12:20 PM

F

SIMONS, KELLY

PE15

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01457

P E -002Y-02

Hatha Yoga (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

GUEVARA, DAWNIS

PE14

44142

P E -002Y-03L

Hatha Yoga (LAB)

08:30 AM-10:20 AM

F

MAY, CHRISTIAN

PE15

01460

P E -002Y-04L

Hatha Yoga (LAB)

08:30 AM-10:25 AM

S

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE15

01461

P E -002Y-05

Hatha Yoga (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

EVANS, NANCY

PE14

41374

P E -002Y-62

Hatha Yoga (LAB)

07:30 PM-09:20 PM

M

GHIASVAND, FARZANEH

PE14

P E 2PX: Basic Pilates Mat Exercise
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Flexibility and Stability Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education
Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to physical education through the study of Pilates. Includes a global and historical perspective, key philosophical concepts, and the six principles of Pilates
exercise. Students will practice basic Pilates mat techniques to improve the mind, core strength and flexibility. Includes basic exercise physiology concepts, and nutrition.
42074

P E -02PX-61

Basic Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB)

07:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

EVANS, NANCY

PE15

P E 2TX: Integrated Pilates Mat Exercise
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Formerly:
(Formerly P E 52T and 52TX respectively.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter
Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: P E 2P or P E 2PX, or approval of instructor. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART
211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through integrated Pilates mat exercise. A variety of equipment will be used to develop core strength and flexibility in this course.
Intermediate to advanced Pilates exercises will be practiced to increase and develop muscle mass, discipline of the mind, and rhythmic breathing techniques. Includes exercise physiology
concepts, and nutrition.
43624

P E -02TX-61

Integrated Pilates Mat Exercise (LAB)

07:30 PM-08:45 PM

TTh

EVANS, NANCY

PE15

P E 3: Indoor Cycling
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Cardiovascular Fitness Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education
Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through indoor cycling. Includes an historical examination of indoor cycling/spinning. The cycling program is an
individually paced, noncompetitive, group training program designed for all riders and all fitness levels. Cycling is an exercise performed on a stationary racing bicycle and is performed to music.
Training is fast paced and is open to anyone who is interested in losing body fat, improving cycling techniques, and wants to improve cardio-respiration.
41988

P E -003.-01

Indoor Cycling (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

PACHECO, RACHEL

PE14

44232

P E -003.-02

Indoor Cycling (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MW

MATTIS, NICHOLAS

PE14

01466

P E -003.-61

Indoor Cycling (LAB)

05:00 PM-05:50 PM

TTh

EVANS, NANCY

PE14

P E 3X: Indoor Cycling
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Cardiovascular Fitness Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education
Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through indoor cycling. Includes an historical examination of indoor cycling/spinning. The cycling program is an
individually paced, noncompetitive, group training program designed for all riders and all fitness levels. Cycling is an exercise performed on a stationary racing bicycle and is performed to music.
Training is fast paced and is open to anyone who is interested in losing body fat, improving cycling techniques, and wants to improve cardio-respiration.
43475

P E -003X-01

Indoor Cycling (LAB)

07:10 AM-08:25 AM

TTh

PACHECO, RACHEL

PE14

P E 3AX: Outdoor Cycling
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter); four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per
quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cardiovascular Fitness Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more
information.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to physical education through outdoor cycling for fitness. An historical aspect of the sport will be discussed. Students will be engaged in Bay Area bike
rides utilizing the modern day bicycle as a means of fitness and recreation. Several weekend rides will feature safety, efficiency and local bicycle trails unique to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Nutrition, cardiorespiratory endurance, strength development, gender differences, and age related conditioning workouts will be covered.
40467

P E -03AX-01L

Outdoor Cycling (LAB)

08:30 AM-11:20 AM

S

MAY, CHRISTIAN

PE673

P E 4: Strength Development
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Strength Development Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education
Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through strength training. Includes etiquette, safety and techniques of strength development, with a brief historical
examination of how strength training has changed due to the influence of individuals, and their style of lifting. The development of skill and adaptations based on the physical ability, age and
gender of the individual student will be encouraged. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition.
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P E -004.-06

Strength Development (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

TTh

HERTLER, DAVID

PE11LE

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01471

P E -004.-07

Strength Development (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

MW

DAMJANOVIC, JASON

PE11LE

01473

P E -004.-09

Strength Development (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

STAFF, M

PE11LE

01474

P E -004.-10

Strength Development (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

TTh

HERTLER, DAVID

PE11LE

01475

P E -004.-11

Strength Development (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MW

GUEVARA, DAWNIS

PE11LE

01476

P E -004.-12

Strength Development (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

TTh

PACHECO, RACHEL

PE11LE

P E 4X: Strength Development
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Strength Development Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education
Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through strength training. Includes etiquette, safety and techniques of strength development, with a brief historical
examination of how strength training has changed due to the influence of individuals, and their style of lifting. The development of skill and adaptations based on the physical ability, age and
gender of the individual student will be encouraged. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology, nutrition, flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition.
01478

P E -004X-01

Strength Development (LAB)

07:30 AM-08:20 AM

MWF

BEGGS, THOMAS

PE11LE

01479

P E -004X-61

Strength Development (LAB)

06:00 PM-07:15 PM

MW

RILEY, MICHAEL

PE11LE

P E 5AY: Spin/Swim Fitness
Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter); four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per
quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cross Training Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) ||
General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to physical education through a combination of indoor cycling and swimming. A brief historical look at indoor cycling and swimming will be included. The
course is a fast paced course for competitive or noncompetitive students interested in health and fitness. Emphasis will be placed on cycling techniques, freestyle stroke refinements, nutrition,
cardiorespiratory endurance, strength development, gender differences, and age related conditioning workouts.
40453

P E -05AY-01

Spin/Swim Fitness (LAB)

05:00 AM-06:15 AM

MWF

BEGGS, THOMAS

POOLDW

P E 6B: Cross Training
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Cross Training Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE
|| Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education including an historical examination of cross training. Cardiovascular fitness will be increased through circuit and
interval training. Agility, speed, strength, and flexibility will be enhanced through the utilization of a variety of fitness equipment. Strength, cardiovascular, flexibility and body composition
assessments will be included in course activities. Students will participate indoors as well as outdoors.
41990

P E -006B-02

Cross Training (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:20 AM

TTh

KRAGALOTT, ARDEN

PE610

43583

P E -006B-03

Cross Training (LAB)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

DAMJANOVIC, JASON

PE610

P E 6D: Body Sculpting
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Strength Development Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education
Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education. It includes an historical examination of core strengthening. Body sculpt conditioning is an integrated approach that
focuses on developing the muscles of the entire body. Through body sculpting the student will achieve ultimate fitness by focusing on a program of strength, balance, agility and flexibility.
Concentration will be on muscles of the entire body. Resistance training, medicine balls, stability balls, and the body bar will be used in conjunction with proper breathing, posture and muscle
awareness.
01482

P E -006D-01

Body Sculpting (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

KRAGALOTT, ARDEN

PE15

41264

P E -006D-04

Body Sculpting (LAB)

01:30 PM-02:20 PM

TTh

KRAGALOTT, ARDEN

PE15

43470

P E -006D-05

Body Sculpting (LAB)

12:30 PM-01:20 PM

MW

HERTLER, DAVID

PE15

P E 6F: Deep Water Running
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE ||
Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: P E 26C or P E 26CX. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through deep water running including an historical and global examination of deep water running for fitness and
rehabilitation. Students will improve fitness through a program of cardiovascular endurance, strength development and flexibility using water based exercise routines and equipment.
44084

P E -006F-01

Deep Water Running (LAB)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

TTh

ROESKY, RICHARD

POOLE

P E 6G: Aerobic Swimming
Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter); three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability:
(This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition, Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE ||
Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: P E 26C or P E 26CX, or permission of instructor. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART
211), or ESL 272 and 273.

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html Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through aerobic swimming. or ESL 272 and 273. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Please see Course Repetition. RACHEL PE15 P E 6S: Step Aerobics Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the activity of cardio kick. RICHARD POOLW 01490 P E -006G-06 Aerobic Swimming (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh ROESKY. Included is an historical examination of core strengthening. four and one-half hours for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and muscle awareness will be utilized.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. The student will strive for ultimate fitness through a program of cardiovascular exercise including circuit and intervals. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through fit camp. or ESL 272 and 273.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and reaction. The freestyle interval format combines boxing and kicking drills specific to martial arts and kickboxing integrating the element of mind/body. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). balance. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Combatives Family of activity courses. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). 43493 P E -006H-03 Aerobic Power Walking (LAB) 06:00 AM-06:50 AM TTh PACHECO. safety. or ESL 272 and 273.E.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through aerobic power walking.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Repeatability and Families page for more information. modifiable. intermediate strokes and turns. balance.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).6G 01486 P E -006G-02 Aerobic Swimming (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): P E -006G-02: The first day of class meet on the bleachers in front of PE 14. and flexibility exercises. or ESL 272 and 273. posture. The importance of strength development. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cardiovascular Fitness Family of activity courses. Please see Course Repetition. readiness.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Mat work emphasizing breathing techniques. Repeatability and Families page for more information. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cardiovascular Fitness Family of activity courses. 122 of 163 2/5/16. ARDEN PE15 42889 P E -006U-05 Fit Camp (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW MATTIS. adaptations of the exercises to individual physical abilities and principles of fitness and nutrition will be discussed. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cross Training Family of activity courses. RICHARD POOLM 40519 P E -006G-07 Aerobic Swimming (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW ROESKY. or ESL 272 and 273. Students will review training methods. Includes global and historical development of swimming as a fitness activity. Military boot camp regimen. An historical examination of fit camp for fitness which includes a look at the U. Students will learn fundamental patterns and routines with popular music accompaniment. FARZANEH PE15 44193 P E -006K-03 Cardio Kick (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW PACHECO. MARY POOLW Course Notes (Spring): P E -006G01L: The first day of classes meet on the bleachers in front of PE 21. Please see Course Repetition. RICHARD POOLE P E 6H: Aerobic Power Walking Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). 42064 P E -006U-03 Fit Camp (LAB) 02:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh KRAGALOTT. Please see Course Repetition. 01497 P E -006S-01 Step Aerobics (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW GUEVARA.deanza. For more information about aerobic swimming. strength development and flexibility relative to age.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). DAWNIS PE15 P E 6U: Fit Camp Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). strength. women and athletes will be discussed. exercise trends for men. strength. agility. Cardiovascular conditioning for the swimmer who is proficient at the intermediate level. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).edu/donahuemary/P. Repeatability and Families page for more information. individual program design. measurements. RACHEL PE21E P E 6K: Cardio Kick Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). and martial arts will be included. RACHEL PE15 01494 P E -006K-02 Cardio Kick (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM MW GHIASVAND. 10:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh BEGGS. RACHEL PE21E P E 6V: Core Conditioning Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter).S.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Students will improve fitness through a progressive program of walking various distances.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Concentration will be on muscles of the torso. cardiovascular fitness. chest and abdominals. speed.deanza. routes and at variable speeds.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . hips. inner and outer thighs. An historical examination of cardio kick for fitness and its roots in the sports of kickboxing. boxing.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). gender. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through core conditioning which is an integrated fitness approach that focuses on developing the stabilization muscles of the center of the body. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular/aerobic exercise utilizing a step system to promote cardiorespiratory endurance through a variety of movements. flexibility and body composition assessments will occur throughout the term. Includes an historical and global examination of walking for health and fitness. 41274 P E -006K-01 Cardio Kick (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh PACHECO. and endurance. Please see Course Repetition. agility.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. visit the following website: http://faculty.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and flexibility training both indoors and outdoors. Repeatability and Families page for more information. NICHOLAS ST-TR 42894 P E -006U-06 Fit Camp (LAB) 06:00 AM-06:50 AM TTh PACHECO. 10:33 AM . January 10. Dynamic kickboxing techniques are used to provide a level of conditioning for both the aerobic and anaerobic systems. exercise physiology. Strength. nutrition appropriate to swimming. or physical limitations. We will be in the water on the first day. Students will participate in a safe. Global and historical review of the evolution of aerobic exercise. 40589 P E -006G-01L Aerobic Swimming (LAB) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM S DONAHUE. THOMAS POOLM 01487 P E -006G-03 Aerobic Swimming (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): P E -006G-03: The first day of class meet on the bleachers in front of PE 14 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW ROESKY. back. program to improve overall fitness.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. nutrition and wellness concepts related to cardiovascular exercise. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Strength Development Family of activity courses. visualization.

Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education. The physical arena will be the main focus of this modular course. 43597 P E -06VX-01 Core Conditioning (LAB) 07:10 AM-08:25 AM TTh PACHECO. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through human motor development. Strength. or ESL 272 and 273.html 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MW PACHECO. RACHEL PE21E 40406 TTh DAMJANOVIC.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Please see Course Repetition. || Formerly: (Formerly P E 97A and 97AX respectively. social and psychosocial. hips. An historical examination of fit camp for fitness which includes a look at the U.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Must be taken concurrently with PE004. 43590 123 of 163 P E -07AX-01 Motor Skills Assessment and Development (LAB) 08:00 AM-09:15 AM MW PACHECO. Humans function in a variety of arenas including the physical. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through fit camp. RACHEL PE15 42001 P E -006V-03 Core Conditioning (LAB) 06:00 AM-06:50 AM Course Notes (Spring): PE -006V. medicine balls. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Concentration will be on muscles of the entire body.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). strength development and flexibility using water based exercise routines and equipment. Please see Course Repetition. Included is an historical examination of core strengthening. and the body bar will be used in conjunction with proper breathing. 01605 P E -06FX-02 Deep Water Running (LAB) 06:30 AM-07:20 AM MWF BEGGS. 43013 P E -06UX-01 Fit Camp (LAB) 05:00 AM-05:50 AM MWF BEGGS.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses. or ESL 272 and 273. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cross Training Family of activity courses.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . balance. and muscle awareness will be utilized.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . speed. RACHEL PE15 P E 7A: Motor Skills Assessment and Development Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through deep water running including an historical and global examination of deep water running for fitness and rehabilitation. cardiovascular fitness. social and psychosocial. RACHEL PE15 2/5/16. or ESL 272 and 273.) Prerequisite: P E 26C or P E 26CX. Through body sculpting the student will achieve ultimate fitness by focusing on a program of strength.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).02 or PE006D. flexibility and body composition assessments will occur throughout the term. balance.01 TTh PACHECO.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Strength Development Family of activity courses.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Please see Course Repetition. strength.03 or PE006U. inner and outer thighs. THOMAS 43495 P E -06UX-02 Fit Camp (LAB) 08:00 AM-09:15 AM MW PACHECO.deanza. cognitive.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). four and one-half hours for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through core conditioning which is an integrated fitness approach that focuses on developing the stabilization muscles of the center of the body. Concentration will be on muscles of the torso.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). The physical arena will be the main focus of this modular course. agility and flexibility. and flexibility training both indoors and outdoors. cognitive. Body sculpt conditioning is an integrated approach that focuses on developing the muscles of the entire body.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Resistance training. chest and abdominals. Repeatability and Families page for more information.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 01504 P E -006V-02 http://ecms.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. or ESL 272 and 273. JASON P E -006V-04 Core Conditioning (LAB) Core Conditioning (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM PE15 P E 6DX: Body Sculpting Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through human motor development. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Strength Development Family of activity courses. Motor development refers to the changes that occur in our ability to ambulate as we proceed through the lifespan. It includes an historical examination of core strengthening. Please see Course Repetition. or ESL 272 and 273. Military boot camp regimen. RACHEL POOLW PE15 P E 6VX: Core Conditioning Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. 10:33 AM . or ESL 272 and 273. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). NICHOLAS ST-TR P E 7AX: Motor Skills Assessment and Development Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). The student will strive for ultimate fitness through a program of cardiovascular exercise including circuit and intervals. NANCY PE15 P E 6FX: Deep Water Running Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). Motor development refers to the changes that occur in our ability to ambulate as we proceed through the lifespan. posture. 42073 P E -06DX-61 Body Sculpting (LAB) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM TTh EVANS. Students will improve fitness through a program of cardiovascular endurance.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Humans function in a variety of arenas including the physical. agility. Repeatability and Families page for more information.03: Early Bird. 43589 P E -007A-01 Motor Skills Assessment and Development (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW MATTIS. posture and muscle awareness. back. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Mat work emphasizing breathing techniques. || Formerly: (Formerly P E 97A and 97AX respectively. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).S. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . THOMAS POOLW P E 6UX: Fit Camp Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). stability balls.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .

JASON PE610 44133 P E -008. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cross Training Family of activity courses.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and resistance training using both indoor and outdoor facilities. Competitive swim training.-02 Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh KRAGALOTT. 10:33 AM .) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-09 Total Fitness (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MW HERTLER.-03 Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB) 06:00 AM-06:50 AM TTh PACHECO.-06 Total Fitness (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW DAMJANOVIC. and resistance training using both indoor and outdoor facilities. Repeatability and Families page for more information. JASON 43690 P E -009. JASON PE11LE PE610 P E 9X: Cardiovascular and Strength Training Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cross Training Family of activity courses. agility. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || Formerly: (Formerly P E 97D and 97DX respectively. safety and technique of cardiovascular and strength training. 43620 P E -07DX-01 Aquatic Motor Development (LAB) 05:00 AM-05:50 AM MWF BEGGS.deanza. speed. NANCY PE15 P E 9: Cardiovascular and Strength Training Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). ARDEN PE15 44135 P E -008. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through total fitness. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cross Training Family of activity courses. interval swimming. DAVID PE11LE 42863 P E -009. Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through total fitness. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. water gait training.-04 Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh HERTLER. or ESL 272 and 273.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-04 Total Fitness (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh DAMJANOVIC. Please see Course Repetition. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). four and one-half hours for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). JASON PE610 43480 P E -008. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Peak and reserve rates will provide a backdrop for elevated motor training. including an historical and global examination of total fitness and conditioning.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Includes a brief historical examination of how cardiovascular and strength training has changed due to the influence of individuals and their countries.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. four and one-half hours for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter).-03 Total Fitness (CLAS) 06:00 AM-06:50 AM TTh PACHECO. Please see Course Repetition. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).-09 Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW DAMJANOVIC. THOMAS POOLE P E 8: Total Fitness Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. facilities. Fitness assessments will occur throughout the term. 44136 P E -008X-61 Total Fitness (LAB) 06:00 PM-07:15 PM TTh EVANS. or ESL 272 and 273. equipment. The aquatic arena will be used as the domain of exercise. Emphasis will be placed upon heart rate based Interval training. Improved health and fitness will be the main focus for students whether novice or elite. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).-08 Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM MW GUEVARA. flexibility. Repeatability and Families page for more information. etiquette. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Cross Training Family of activity courses.html P E 7CX: High Intensity Motor Training Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). ARDEN PE15 42005 P E -009.-08 Total Fitness (LAB) 02:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh KRAGALOTT. or ESL 272 and 273. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). nutrition.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through human motor development. Fitness assessments will occur throughout the term. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular and strength training.-02 Total Fitness (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM TTh KRAGALOTT. and flexibility concepts to improve their physical condition.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 124 of 163 2/5/16. speed. 41991 P E -008. || Formerly: (Formerly P E 97C and 97CX respectively.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Includes rules. Interaction will occur in a collaborative setting. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through human motor development.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . ARDEN PE610 42969 P E -008. DAWNIS PE11LE 43691 P E -009. Please see Course Repetition.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Students will improve fitness through a program of cardiovascular exercise. RACHEL PE21W 42862 P E -008. including an historical and global examination of total fitness and conditioning. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). THOMAS POOLW P E 7DX: Aquatic Motor Development Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). 44132 P E -009. Please see Course Repetition. Water Polo.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). long and short course swimming will be introduced. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). flexibility.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-05 Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh DAMJANOVIC. Students will improve fitness through a program of cardiovascular exercise. 43621 P E -07CX-01 High Intensity Motor Training (LAB) 06:30 AM-07:20 AM MWF BEGGS. agility. DAVID PE15 P E 8X: Total Fitness Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). RACHEL PE11LE 43585 P E -009.

Please see Course Repetition.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Pilates exercises.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . THOMAS PE11LE P E 10X: Multi-Sport Fitness Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). balance. age. muscular strength and endurance. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). spatial awareness and safety during stretching.deanza. or ESL 272 and 273. 43598 125 of 163 P E -11CX-01 Active Isolated Stretching (LAB) 08:00 AM-09:15 AM TTh HERTLER.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). With an emphasis upon exercise physiology.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. safety and technique of cardiovascular and strength training. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). strengthening exercises and flexibility training both indoors and outdoors with an emphasis on aquatic fitness. A brief examination of the evolution of the various forms of stretching reflecting cultural differences and diversity. cardiovascular fitness and flexibility will be monitored and assessed throughout the term. or ESL 272 and 273. Emphasis will be placed upon flexibility. neurological reflexes. Strength. Techniques for improving flexibility including passive and active stretches. 43622 P E -009X-02 Cardiovascular and Strength Training (LAB) 07:30 AM-08:20 AM MWF BEGGS. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). cardiovascular fitness and flexibility will be monitored and assessed throughout the term. || Formerly: (Formerly P E 51C and 51CX respectively.-02 Stretching (LAB) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM T HERTLER. 01512 P E -010Y-01 Multi-Sport Fitness (LAB) 05:00 AM-06:15 AM MWF BEGGS. partner stretches. 01511 P E -010X-01 Multi-Sport Fitness (LAB) 06:30 AM-07:20 AM MWF BEGGS.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. exercise physiology. Technique modifications to account for physical limitations will be emphasized. A brief examination of the evolution of the various forms of stretching including active isolated stretching techniques will be included. Technique modifications to account for physical limitations will be emphasized.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. facilities. nutrition and wellness concepts related to total fitness. hydration. muscular strength and endurance. balance. yoga poses and the use of equipment will be included.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Please see Course Repetition. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through stretching. The student will strive for ultimate fitness through a program of cardiovascular exercise including interval training. gender.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Techniques for improving flexibility using dynamic facilitated stretching of major muscle groups. DAVID PE14 P E 11C: Active Isolated Stretching Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Technique modifications to account for physical limitations will be emphasized. four and one-half hours for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . age. age. Technique modifications to account for physical limitations will be emphasized. four and one-half hours for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). Includes rules. wellness concepts related to total fitness. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). An historical examination of multi-sport training methodology to include triathlon training. Repeatability and Families page for more information. The student will strive for ultimate fitness through a program of cardiovascular exercise including interval training. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through multi-sport fitness. hydration. Pilates exercises.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. A brief examination of the evolution of the various forms of stretching including active isolated stretching techniques will be included. 44234 P E -011C-01 Active Isolated Stretching (LAB) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM T HERTLER. strengthening exercises and flexibility training both indoors and outdoors with an emphasis on aquatic fitness. or ESL 272 and 273. etiquette.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). THOMAS POOLW P E 10Y: Multi-Sport Fitness Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Flexibility and Stability Family of activity courses.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). gender.html Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Please see Course Repetition. equipment. DAVID PE14 P E 11CX: Active Isolated Stretching Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). 10:33 AM . spatial awareness and safety during stretching. An historical examination of multi-sport training methodology to include triathlon training.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . yoga poses and the use of equipment will be included. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through multi-sport fitness.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Strength. and flexibility concepts to improve their physical condition. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. or ESL 272 and 273. age. DAVID PE14 P E 11X: Stretching Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. nutrition and wellness concepts related to total fitness.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Techniques for improving flexibility using dynamic facilitated stretching of major muscle groups. nutrition. or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. A brief examination of the evolution of the various forms of stretching reflecting cultural differences and diversity. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through stretching. gender.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. With an emphasis upon exercise physiology. Includes a brief historical examination of how cardiovascular and strength training has changed due to the influence of individuals and their countries. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through active isolated stretching (AIS). Emphasis will be placed upon flexibility. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through active isolated stretching (AIS). disabilities and/or genetics will be covered. partner stretches. Repeatability and Families page for more information. || Formerly: (Formerly P E 51C and 51CX respectively. disabilities and/or genetics will be covered. wellness concepts related to total fitness. or ESL 272 and 273. THOMAS PE12U P E 11: Stretching Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Repeatability and Families page for more information. 43492 P E -011X-02 Stretching (LAB) 08:00 AM-09:15 AM TTh HERTLER.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). disabilities and/or genetics will be covered.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). DAVID PE14 2/5/16. or ESL 272 and 273. gender. Please see Course Repetition. neurological reflexes. Techniques for improving flexibility including passive and active stretches. 44233 P E -011. disabilities and/or genetics will be covered. exercise physiology. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Flexibility and Stability Family of activity courses. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular and strength training.

|| Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. and genetics will be explored. or ESL 272 and 273. gender and environmental conditions. Course Description: Further examination of Physical Education through the sport of badminton. nutrition and wellness concepts related to total fitness and individual variations due to age.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. and advanced skills and strategy as related to competitive play. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Please see Course Repetition. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport. 01518 P E -013A-02 Beginning Badminton (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MW HERTLER. flexibility and strength concepts to improve physical condition in order to play at a more advanced level will be covered. 01522 P E -013C-01 Advanced Badminton (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW STAFF. famous male. Basic exercise physiology. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. gender. 01525 P E -014B-01 Intermediate Fencing (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh MATTIS. DAVID PE21E P E 14A: Beginning Fencing Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). Basic exercise physiology. etiquette. and basic fundamentals of beginning golf. fundamentals of strength development and flexibility relative to playing at an intermediate level will be included.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. The skills portion of the course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt the game and conventional techniques to age. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273. equipment. and basic strokes in beginning level badminton. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).deanza. facilities. physiological benefits. Repeatability and Families page for more information. DAVID PE21W P E 13C: Advanced Badminton Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). gender. equipment.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. The skills portion of the course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt to the game and conventional techniques to an individual's physical abilities.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Basic exercise physiology. nutrition. Course Description: Fundamental techniques/skills utilizing the French foil. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport. equipment.) Prerequisite: P E 13A or P E 13AX. PANAM. fundamental exercise physiology. Students will develop skills in putting. 01528 126 of 163 P E -016A-01 Beginning Golf (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW SIMONS. The skills portion of the course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt the game and conventional techniques to age. Students will learn the rules and regulations governing fencing competition. or ESL 272 and 273. or permission of instructor. Please see Course Repetition. or ESL 272 and 273. gender and physical conditions.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). equipment.html P E 13A: Beginning Badminton Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). Repeatability and Families page for more information. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. rules. flexibility and strength concepts to improve their overall playing level.) Prerequisite: P E 13B or P E 13BX. rules. nutrition. DAVID PE21E 44230 P E -013B-04 Intermediate Badminton (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW HERTLER. etiquette. and World Championships. Repeatability and Families page for more information. nutrition.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . chipping. Please see Course Repetition.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Repeatability and Families page for more information. M PE21W 44229 P E -013B-03 Intermediate Badminton (LAB) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MW HERTLER. etiquette. and full swing fundamentals utilizing basic theories of physics. 10:33 AM . || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). rules. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). pitching. personal strengths and weaknesses. nutrition. gender and physical conditions.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . rules. nutrition and wellness concepts related to total fitness and individual variations due to age. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of badminton. facilities and etiquette. A brief historical examination of the various styles of this international sport. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). or consent of the instructor. DAVID PE21E P E 13B: Intermediate Badminton Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. female and junior champions of the Olympic. M PE21E 44231 P E -013C-03 Advanced Badminton (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW HERTLER. flexibility and strength concepts to improve physical condition will be discussed. its roots. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport. safety. The physiological benefits of fencing. NICHOLAS PE15 P E 16A: Beginning Golf Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory (24 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Application of more complex combinations of blade and footwork that build upon the skills taught are transferable for use of the epee and sabre. Please see Course Repetition. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of golf. or ESL 272 and 273.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through badminton.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses.) Prerequisite: P E 14A or comparable course. Please see Course Repetition. 01521 P E -013B-02 Intermediate Badminton (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW STAFF. Includes an in depth study of the sport at an advanced level. DAVID PE21W 01519 P E -013A-03 Beginning Badminton (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW HERTLER. Students will apply basic exercise physiology. NICHOLAS PE15 P E 14B: Intermediate Fencing Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). 01524 P E -014A-02 Beginning Fencing (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh MATTIS. Fundamental exercise physiology.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. facilities. and/or genetics will be explored. KELLY FLDGLF 2/5/16. facilities. Please see Course Repetition. Course Description: Further examination of Physical Education through the sport of fencing with a French foil. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. Repeatability and Families page for more information. The course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt game strategies and conventional techniques to one's needs and abilities based on age.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).

of various countries. gender. or instructor permission. Please see Course Repetition. facilities. Please see Course Repetition. Includes an historical examination. serve and footwork as well as basic singles' and doubles' strategies will be covered. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. Includes a brief historical examination of the sport. and a brief historical examination of global contributions by the men and women who changed the game of volleyball. but also encourage adaptations based on physical ability. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport. Course Description: A continuing introduction to the rules. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition in order to play tennis at a more advanced level. CHRISTIAN T-CRTE 05:30 PM-07:20 PM M SIMONS. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of golf at the advanced beginning level. Repeatability and Families page for more information. chipping. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses. or ESL 272 and 273.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || Formerly: (Formerly P E 56D and 56DX respectively.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). nutrition. flexibility. age. or ESL 272 and 273. 8. or equivalent skills.html Beginning Golf (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW SIMONS. 6 and 7. KELLY FLDGLF 44239 P E -016D-02 Advanced Beginning Golf (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW SIMONS. facilities and etiquette.deanza. equipment. DAWNIS PE21E P E 21A: Beginning Tennis Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). equipment. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). 44241 P E -016B-01 Intermediate Golf (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM M SIMONS. women. lob and overhead and with further development of the forehand. Includes: rules. flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . safety. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of golf. basic fundamentals in beginning level volleyball with strategies for team offense and defense. Students will strive to develop intermediate skills in putting. Variations in concepts due to age. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of volleyball. etiquette. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology. and basic strokes . styles of play and strategies of the sport of men's and women's golf.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 272 and 273.volley. nutrition. facilities. equipment.) Prerequisite: P E 16A or permission of instructor.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 1/2 swing. 44243 P E -021B-01 Advanced Beginning Tennis (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM F SIMONS. Please see Course Repetition. equipment. age. hitting. 01534 P E -019A-01 Beginning Volleyball (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh GUEVARA. rules. KELLY FLDGLF P E 16D: Advanced Beginning Golf Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). The skills portion of the course will encourage an understanding of how to adapt the game and conventional techniques to an individual's physical abilities.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. CHRISTIAN T-CRTW 127 of 163 2/5/16. and their styles of play or strategies. and gender. nutrition. backhand. and various other chipping shots. rules. P E 21B: Advanced Beginning Tennis Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). KELLY FLDGLF P E 16B: Intermediate Golf Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). Students will develop passing. A brief historical examination of how the game of tennis has changed due to the influence of individual men. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). blocking. Please see Course Repetition. flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition in order to play at a more advanced level and to adapt the game to their individual physical ability. 43501 P E -016D-01 Advanced Beginning Golf (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW SIMONS. CHRISTIAN T-CRTW 41995 P E -021B-05 Advanced Beginning Tennis (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh MAY. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 44240 P E -016A-02 http://ecms. RICHARD T-CRTE 40363 P E -021B-03 Advanced Beginning Tennis (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh MAY.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: P E16D or P E 16DX. 9. KELLY T-CRTW 01547 P E -021B-01L Advanced Beginning Tennis (LAB) 09:00 AM-10:50 AM S ROESKY. 10:33 AM . Instructors will emphasize conventional skill development. CHRISTIAN T-CRTE 41994 P E -021A-04 Beginning Tennis (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM TTh MAY. Exercise physiology. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Basic ground-strokes. The student will also be required to complete practice sessions at a local driving range. KELLY T-CRTE 01544 P E -021A-01L Beginning Tennis (LAB) 09:00 AM-10:50 AM S ROESKY. KELLY FLDGLF P E 19A: Beginning Volleyball Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). etiquette.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. unusual lies and full swing fundamentals utilizing theories of physics. pitching. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Team Sports Family of activity courses.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). An understanding of mental strategies as they apply to playing a round game will be addressed. serve. nutrition. RICHARD T-CRTE 01546 P E -021A-03 Beginning Tennis (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM TTh MAY. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . The skills portion of the course will focus on mid irons (5. Students will understand and apply basic exercise physiology. and strength concepts to improve their physical condition in order to play at a more advanced level.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 44242 P E -021A-01 Beginning Tennis (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM F SIMONS. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of tennis. strength. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).) Prerequisite: P E 21A or P E 21AX. and safety. gender and/or genetics. and physical conditions will be noted. and serving techniques utilizing fundamental theories of physics. etiquette. facilities. and children. and putter) and will include approach shots to the green including 3/4 swing. KELLY T-CRTE 44086 P E -021A-61 Beginning Tennis (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): P E -021A-61: Class meets six weeks beginning April 8. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Students will strive to understand and apply basic exercise physiology.

or ESL 272 and 273. strength and gender. American Red Cross stroke standards will be followed but adaptations will be allowed based on physical ability. Global and historical development of swimming as a fitness activity. Be prepared to participate on the first day. Introducing elements of changing the dynamics of the game with spins and drop shots or by approaching the net. Students will review basic exercise physiology and nutrition appropriate to swimming. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses. and water safety will be covered. RICHARD POOLW P E 26D: Advanced Swimming Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). visit: http://faculty.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . age. Beginning stroke skills. survival methods. 44244 P E -021C-01 Intermediate Tennis (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM F SIMONS. RICHARD POOLW 2/5/16. Please see Course Repetition. Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through novice swimming. 10:33 AM . or equivalent swimming skills. or ESL 272 and 273. women. diving from the side of the pool.26A P E 26B: Beginning Swimming Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory (24 hours total per quarter). RICHARD POOLE 01562 P E -026A-01L Novice Swimming (LAB) 10:00 AM-11:50 AM S DONAHUE. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology. strength and gender. age. Repeatability and Families page for more information. serve. Intermediate stroke skills. American Red Cross stroke standards will be followed but adaptations will be allowed based on physical ability.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . The student will be expected to swim greater lengths with increased motor skills. Advanced stroke skills. and children. of various countries.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Please see Course Repetition. A brief historical examination of how the game of tennis has changed due to the influence of individual men. KELLY T-CRTE P E 21C: Intermediate Tennis Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition. Repeatability and Families page for more information. and deep water swimming will be covered. basic singles and doubles strategies. novice stroke skills. American Red Cross stroke standards will be followed but adaptations will be allowed based on physical ability.html 44088 P E -021B-61 Advanced Beginning Tennis (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): P E -021B-61: Class meets six weeks beginning April 8th. and safety will be included.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). strength and gender. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses. or ESL 272 and 273.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . TTh ROESKY.E.deanza.) Prerequisite: P E 26A or pass swimming placement test which consists of swimming 25 yards in deep water. accuracy and control for forehand. spring board diving. Skills and techniques for the non-swimmer will be covered. endurance swimming. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). or ESL 272 and 273. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Be prepared to participate in the water on the first day. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses.026B-01L: First day meet on the bleachers in front of PE 21.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. or equivalent skills. Be prepared to participate in the water on the first day. Repeatability and Families page for more information. For more information about novice swimming. 01561 P E -026A-01 Novice Swimming (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): P E -026A-01: First day meet at the bleachers in front of PE 21 11:30 AM-12:20 PM MW ROESKY. KELLY T-CRTE P E 26A: Novice Swimming Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory (24 hours total per quarter).edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. MARY POOLE Course Notes (Spring): P E -026A-02L: First day meet in the pool area bleachers in front of PE 21. Please see Course Repetition.26A 01563 P E -026A-02L Novice Swimming (LAB) 12:00 PM-01:50 PM S DONAHUE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Students will review basic exercise physiology and nutrition appropriate to swimming. Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through skills and techniques for the advanced swimmer.) Prerequisite: P E 21B or P E 21BX. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . strength and gender. age.) Prerequisite: P E 26B or equivalent swimming skills. flexibility and strength concepts to improve their physical condition in order to play tennis at a more advanced level. survival methods. volley. Global and historical development of swimming as a fitness and competitive activity will be discussed. 128 of 163 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW ROESKY. American Red Cross stroke standards will be followed but adaptations will be allowed based on physical ability. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).edu/donahuemary/P. For more information about novice swimming.edu/donahuemary/P.) Prerequisite: P E 26C or P E 26CX. turns. lob and overhead skills utilizing fundamental theories of physics. Students will review basic exercise physiology and nutrition appropriate to swimming. Course Description: Development of consistency. RICHARD POOLM S MAY. backhand ground-strokes. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Individual Sports Family of activity courses.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. MARY POOLE Course Notes (Spring): P E -026A-01L: First day meet in the pool area bleachers in front of PE 21. visit: http://faculty. age. 01570 P E -026C-03 Intermediate Swimming (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW ROESKY. overcoming fear of water. and their styles of play or strategies.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. Global and historical development of swimming as a fitness and competitive activity will be discussed. Course Description: An introduction into Physical Education through skills and techniques for the intermediate swimmer. or ESL 272 and 273. 05:30 PM-07:20 PM M SIMONS. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). nutrition. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition. Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through the development of skills and techniques for the beginning swimmer. 01565 P E -026B-01 Beginning Swimming (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM 01566 P E -026B-01L Beginning Swimming (LAB) 11:30 AM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): P E. Repeatability and Families page for more information. racing turns and starts. and spring board diving will be covered. The student will perform skills at a greater speed and distance at an advanced motor skill level. CHRISTIAN POOLM P E 26C: Intermediate Swimming Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). Students will review basic exercise physiology and nutrition appropriate to swimming.deanza.E. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Global and historical development of swimming as a fitness and competitive activity will be discussed. 01572 P E -026D-03 Advanced Swimming (LAB) Course Notes (Spring): P E -026D-03: First day meet on bleachers in front of PE 14.

Students will review basic exercise physiology and nutrition appropriate to swimming. required preparation and training for occupations in teaching. flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered. age. PE032H02. and spring board diving will be covered. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Aquatics Family of activity courses. American Red Cross stroke standards will be followed but adaptations will be allowed based on physical ability. PE11LE 42051 P E -032I-02 Defensive Football Techniques (LAB) 02:30 PM-03:45 PM MTWTh SANTOS.html P E 26CX: Intermediate Swimming Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive football experience at the high school. 01575 P E -032H-55 Offensive Football Techniques (TBA) Course Notes (Spring): See Coach Atencio.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Students will review basic exercise physiology and nutrition appropriate to swimming. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Includes a global and historical examination of the skills and techniques of advanced offensive football and the changes that have influenced the modern game. 44255 * P E -030. atenciodan@deanza. six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . You must have access to a computer and the internet. ARDEN PE673 44255 * P E -030. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . in PE 673. turns. PE032I01 or PE032I02. Course Description: An introduction into Physical Education through skills and techniques for the intermediate swimmer. use of playbooks and teamwork the student will learn the various segments of defensive play. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. nutrition. coaching. May be taken up to six times for credit. Focus will also be placed on and give the student an understanding of cultural. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of physical education/kinesiology. nutrition. and is applicable toward the Kinesiology Degree. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through defensive football techniques. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through offensive football techniques. ANTHONY Course Notes (Spring): PE032H01: All interested athletes must contact Coach Atencio. ANTHONY Course Notes (Spring): PE032H01: All interested athletes must contact Coach Atencio. Through the study of film.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Advanced stroke skills.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Intermediate stroke skills. This is a four hour lecture class that fulfills GE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Includes a global and historical examination of the skills and techniques of advanced defensive football and the changes that have influenced the modern game.edu for details about regarding days and time of class. endurance swimming. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). or ESL 272 and 273.edu for more information. Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through skills and techniques for the advanced swimmer. ARDEN ONLINE Course Notes (Spring): PE-030. TBA MTWThF SANTOS. Through the study of film and use of playbooks the student will learn the various segments of offensive play. foundations and principles of physical education/kinesiology. The student will study career options. See Coach Atencio. The student will perform skills at a greater speed and distance at an advanced motor skill level. CHERYL Course Notes (Spring): P E 030. 10:33 AM . strength and gender. American Red Cross stroke standards will be followed but adaptations will be allowed based on physical ability. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. physical therapy.-64Z Introduction to Kinesiology (CLAS) TBA TBA OWIESNY.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 42961 P E -032H-01 Offensive Football Techniques (LAB) 04:00 PM-05:15 PM MTWTh SANTOS. The other two hours of lecture will be completed online. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. Title IX requirements relating to the profession will also be discussed.) Prerequisite: P E 26C or P E 26CX. or ESL 272 and 273. Any combination of P E 32IX and 32I may be taken up to six times for credit.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . sports nutrition. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition. or ESL 272 and 273. club or collegiate levels and consent of instructor.-01Y Introduction to Kinesiology (CLAS) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM MW KRAGALOTT.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 01636 P E -26DX-01 Advanced Swimming (LAB) 06:30 AM-07:20 AM MWF Course Notes (Spring): P E -26DX-01: Early Bird.deanza. and water safety will be covered.) Prerequisite: P E 26B or equivalent swimming skills. THOMAS POOLW P E 30: Introduction to Kinesiology Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).edu/distance/ *NOT accepted for certificate in Massage Therapy ONLINE P E 32H: Offensive Football Techniques Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). ANTHONY PE11LE Course Notes (Spring): PE032H01: All intercollegiate football athletes must enroll in either PE032H01.edu for more information. Be prepared to participate on the first day of class BEGGS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade 129 of 163 2/5/16. 01576 P E -032I-01 Defensive Football Techniques (TBA) TBA MTWThF SANTOS. THOMAS POOLW P E 26DX: Advanced Swimming Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). sports medicine and other professions stemming from a degree in physical education/kinesiology. spring board diving. Global and historical development of swimming as a fitness and competitive activity will be discussed.-64Z: Online Course. club or collegiate levels and consent of instructor.10:30-11:20 a.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. age. For more information contact: kragalottarden@fhda. atenciodan@deanza. P E 32K: Basketball Techniques Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Six hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). First day meet at bleachers on north side of pool. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course.edu for details about regarding days and time of class. The student will be expected to swim greater lengths with increased motor skills. Exercise physiology. or equivalent swimming skills. Any combination of P E 32HX and 32H may be taken up to six times for credit. and the importance of the sub-disciplines in kinesiology. strength and gender. Includes an in-depth overview of human movement and performance. racing turns and starts.01Y: This is a HYBRID class that will meet face-to-face on Mondays and Wednesdays . atenciodan@deanza. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). atenciodan@deanza. Global and historical development of swimming as a fitness and competitive activity will be discussed.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.m. Students must have access to a computer. or ESL 272 and 273. Exercise physiology. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered.edu 44124 * P E -030. Please see Course Repetition.-01Y Introduction to Kinesiology (TBA) TBA TBA KRAGALOTT. 01635 P E -26CX-01 Intermediate Swimming (LAB) 06:30 AM-07:20 AM MWF BEGGS. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) Prerequisite: Competitive football experience at the high school. age and gender differences. ANTHONY ST-FLD ST-TR P E 32I: Defensive Football Techniques Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). the Web and an individual e-mail address.

CHERYL FLDS 42065 TTh OWIESNY. equipment. facilities. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).edu 42052 P E -032L-02 Volleyball Techniques (TBA) TBA MTWThF GUEVARA. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. etiquette and preparation for performance on a competitive level.) Prerequisite: Competitive volleyball experience at the high school. Course Description: Further examination of the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of soccer. and fundamentals of advanced volleyball. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). JOHNSON. nutrition. club or collegiate levels and consent of instructor. six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter).edu before enrolling in this course. CHERYL FLDS P E -032S-02 Women's Soccer Techniques (LAB) 12:30 PM-03:20 PM P E 32JX: Water Polo Techniques Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). JOHNSON. or ESL 272 and 273. This course is designed to enhance skills and strategies of intermediate or advanced soccer players. 01588 P E -032S-01 Women's Soccer Techniques (TBA) TBA Course Notes (Spring): Please contact Coach Cheryl Owiesny before enrolling in this course. flexibility. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport.) Prerequisite: Competitive water polo experience at the high school. development of muscular strength and endurance and flexibility will be enhanced. nutrition.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. Strategies and tactics of the game will be discussed and performed. muscular strength and endurance techniques relative to soccer will be discussed. 01583 P E -032L-01 Volleyball Techniques (LAB) 09:00 AM-11:50 AM S GUEVARA.html Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. etiquette. equipment.) Prerequisite: Competitive soccer experience at the high school.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Students will gain an understanding of exercise physiology. 42075 P E -032M-01 Soccer Techniques (LAB) 12:30 PM-03:10 PM MW Course Notes (Spring): PE032M01 and PE032M02: Please contact Rusty Johnson at johnsonrusty@deanza. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of water polo.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . facilities and etiquette. MARK FLDS MTWThF P E 32S: Women's Soccer Techniques Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). nutrition.) Prerequisite: Competitive soccer experience at the high school. six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). PE21E 01580 P E -032K-02 Basketball Techniques (TBA) TBA MTWThF DAMJANOVIC. club or collegiate levels. email: guevaradawnis@deanza. Basic exercise physiology. If you are interested please contact Jason Damjanovic for more details about this course before enrolling. both male and female. exercise nutrition. Please contact coach Dawnis Guevara for more information. Any combination of P E 32MX and 32M may be taken up to six times for credit. and volleyball theory.edu TBA OWIESNY. MEGAN Course Notes (Spring): PE032K01: All interested athletes must contact Coach Megan Hankins. equipment. or ESL 272 and 273. Students will apply basic exercise physiology. or ESL 272 and 273. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. Designed to enhance skills and strategies of intermediate to advanced soccer players. Skills and techniques of advanced volleyball play.edu for details about regarding days and time of class. Through the intercollegiate competitive experience students will improve their individual water polo skills. Any combination of P E 32JX and 32J may be taken up to six times for credit. Any combination of P E 32LX and 32L may be taken up to six times for credit. safety. and kinesiological concepts. JASON PE21W 42062 42062 P E -032K-04 P E -032K-04 Basketball Techniques (LAB) Basketball Techniques (LAB) 02:30 PM-04:20 PM 12:00 PM-02:00 PM MW S HANKINS. club or collegiate levels and consent of instructor. equipment. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. team interaction and basketball theory. Strategies and tactics of the game will be discussed and performed. Analysis of movement. 44081 P E -32JX-01 Water Polo Techniques (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh VON MATT. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .edu (408) 864-8648 42061 P E -032K-03 Basketball Techniques (LAB) 04:30 PM-06:20 PM MTW DAMJANOVIC. facilities. flexibility. DAWNIS PE21W Course Notes (Spring): PE032L01 and PE032L02-Volleyball techniques is designed for Intercollegiate Volleyball Players. Skills and techniques of advanced basketball play. e-mail: hankinsmegan@deanza. team interaction. club or collegiate levels and consent of instructor. rules. nutrition. Competitive water polo experience preferred at the high school. Basic exercise physiology. club or collegiate levels and consent of instructor. DAWNIS PE21W 01583 P E -032L-01 Volleyball Techniques (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:45 PM TTh GUEVARA.) Prerequisite: Competitive basketball experience at the high school.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of volleyball. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). club or collegiate levels and consent of instructor. six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. 01579 P E -032K-01 Basketball Techniques (TBA) TBA MTWThF HANKINS.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . rules. MARK FLDS 01584 P E -032M-02 Soccer Techniques (TBA) TBA Course Notes (Spring): PE032M02: Please contact Rusty Johnson at johnsonrusty@deanza. JASON PE21E Course Notes (Spring): PE032K02 and PE032K03: This class is designed for Intercollegiate Men's Basketball Players. etiquette and preparation for a competitive level of play. and etiquette. Any combination of P E 32SX and 32S may be taken up to six times for credit. MEGAN PE21W PE21W P E 32L: Volleyball Techniques Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). DANIELLE POOLW 44082 P E -32JX-55 Water Polo Techniques (TBA) TBA TBA VON MATT. 10:33 AM . Course Description: Further examination of the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of soccer.deanza. rules. muscular strength and endurance techniques relative to soccer will be discussed. facilities. increase their ability to employ advanced training and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. Includes analysis of basketball movement. equipment.edu before enrolling in this course. damjanovicjason@deanza. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). DAWNIS PE21W P E 32M: Soccer Techniques Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Includes rules. flexibility and strength concepts to improve their overall playing level. facilities. MEGAN HANKINS. DANIELLE POOLE 130 of 163 2/5/16. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of basketball. Email: owiesnycheryl@deanza. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport at an advanced level. Includes rules.

three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or ESL 272 and 273. goal kicks and corner kicks will be discussed. Includes a global perspective and the contributions of both male and female soccer experts and players. all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. 44238 P E -033L-01 Futsal: Level III (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM F RANSOME. nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). Use of the Internet and other media sources will be encouraged to further understand the world's most popular game. An introduction to the laws of the game pertaining to free kicks. or ESL 272 and 273.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). fair play. Emphasis will be placed upon the four major pillars of the game: technical ability. Use of the Internet and other media sources will be encouraged to further understand indoor soccer. nutrition. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . flexibility.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Team Sports Family of activity courses.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: A further introduction to Physical Education through the sport of Futsal: Level II. Includes a global examination of the sport. and the nuances of the game.html P E 33A: Soccer Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). equipment. facilities and etiquette.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). physical. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. physical fitness. tactical understanding.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Repeatability and Families page for more information. muscular strength and endurance techniques relative to badminton will be discussed. and the mental approach necessary to compete successfully in match play. Repeatability and Families page for more information. There will be an introduction to the laws of the game. Tactical techniques. six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition. or equivalent skills. Nutrition. including a global perspective and the contributions of both male and female soccer experts and players. There will be an introduction to the laws of the game. and the nuances of the game. Any combination of P E 38WX. Level II skills and small group (partners) strategies and tactics will be performed. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Team Sports Family of activity courses.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . physical fitness. Strategies and tactics of the game will also be discussed and performed. equipment technology and fair play will be incorporated into the course. 43629 P E -033I-01L Indoor Soccer (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM F RANSOME. nutrition.) Prerequisite: P E 33J or P E 33JX. CHERYL FLDS P E 38WX: Intercollegiate Women's Badminton Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). Please see Course Repetition. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of badminton. including a global perspective and the contributions of both male and female soccer experts and players. Basic exercise physiology. Emphasis will be placed upon the four major pillars of the game. 38WY and 38W may be taken up to six times for credit. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Team Sports Family of activity courses. strategies and tactics of the game will also be discussed and performed.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .deanza. Use of the Internet and other media sources will be encouraged to further understand the world's most popular game. Discussion of the rules of the game. rules. MARK PE21E 43088 P E -38WX-55 Intercollegiate Women's Badminton (LAB) TBA TBA LANDEFELD. stretching and nutrition will be highlighted. equipment.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. fair play. including technical ability. Emphasis will be placed upon the four major pillars of the game: technical ability. Please see Course Repetition. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through the sport of indoor soccer. ANDREW PE21W P E 33AX: Soccer Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. Included is a global perspective of futsal and a historical review of the sport. and the mental approach necessary to compete successfully in match play. There will be an introduction to the laws of the game.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. flexibility. Includes a global perspective of futsal and a historical review of the sport.) Prerequisite: P E 33K or P E 33KX. nutrition. Focus will be on the advancement in futsal skills. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). flexibility. or equivalent skills. Course Description: An introductory course to enhance skills used in the game of soccer. 10:33 AM . Emphasis placed on the four major pillars of the game: mental.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. increased fitness and the mental approach necessary to compete in match play will be emphasized. tactical and technical aspects necessary to successfully compete in matches. ANDREW PE21E P E 33K: Futsal: Level II Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). nutrition. Repeatability and Families page for more information. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). equipment.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. kick-ins. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273. 43010 P E -033A-02L Soccer (LAB) 08:30 AM-10:20 AM S LANDEFELD. 42957 P E -38WX-01 Intercollegiate Women's Badminton (LAB) 06:30 PM-07:30 PM MTWTh LANDEFELD. physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms. muscular endurance.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in badminton. three hours laboratory for the one unit course (36 hours total per quarter). Course Description: An introductory course to enhance skills used in the game of soccer. 44080 P E -033K-01 Futsal: Level II (LAB) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM F RANSOME. and tactical understanding for this game played indoors on a basketball court. fair play. Please see Course Repetition. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Team Sports Family of activity courses. ANDREW PE21E 01593 P E -033I-02L Indoor Soccer (LAB) 10:30 AM-12:20 PM F RANSOME. or ESL 272 and 273. || Repeatability: (This course is included in the Team Sports Family of activity courses. Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through Futsal: Level III. MARK FLDS P E 33I: Indoor Soccer Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory (24 hours total per quarter).) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Full side strategies and tactics will be discussed and performed. ANDREW PE21E P E 33L: Futsal: Level III Unit(s): 0 1/2 || Hours: Two hours laboratory for the one-half unit course (24 hours total per quarter). 42958 P E -33AX-01 Soccer (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:45 AM TTh OWIESNY.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . flexibility. and the nuances of the game. Please see Course Repetition. or ESL 272 and 273. MARK PE21E 131 of 163 2/5/16. tactical understanding. Emphasis will be placed upon the technical ability at level III (intermediate level). Strategies and tactics of the game will also be discussed and performed. equipment. Repeatability and Families page for more information.) || Formerly: (P E 38WX was formerly P E 98A.

and baseball theory. six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). Through the intercollegiate competitive experience students will improve their individual track and field skills. or ESL 272 and 273. Through the intercollegiate competitive experience students will improve their individual swimming and diving skills. RONALD T-CRTE 132 of 163 2/5/16. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through swimming and diving. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms. rules. and etiquette. Includes a global and historical examination of the skills and techniques of advanced offensive softball and the changes that have influenced the modern game. ERICK FLDBB P E 47WX: Intercollegiate Softball Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter).) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through intercollegiate softball.) || Formerly: (P E 46X was formerly P E 98L. Any combination of P E 45X. equipment. kinesiological concepts underlying the development of force. or ESL 272 and 273. Includes a global and historical examination of the skills of competitive baseball and the changes that have influenced the modern game. kinesiological concepts underlying the development of force. Analysis of movement. 42852 P E -046X-01 Intercollegiate Track and Field (Men and Women) (LAB) 02:30 PM-03:30 PM MTWTh MATTIS.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Any combination of P E 46X. power and body awareness. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). increase their ability to employ advanced strategies and increase their knowledge of team play.html P E 45X: Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving (Men and Women) Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. rules. tactical and technical aspects necessary to successfully compete in matches. and etiquette. increase their ability to employ advanced training and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology. physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). NICHOLAS ST-TR P E 47MX: Intercollegiate Baseball Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Through game preparation and repetition throughout the season the student will learn the various segments of intercollegiate play. facilities. rules.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . MEGAN FLDSB 42854 P E -47WX-02 Intercollegiate Softball (LAB) TBA TBA KRAVETS. NICHOLAS ST-TR 42853 P E -046X-02 Intercollegiate Track and Field (Men and Women) (LAB) TBA TBA MATTIS. nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). team interaction. 43032 P E -045X-01 Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving (Men and Women) (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM MTW VON MATT. Exercise physiology. Any combination of P E 48MX. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport.deanza. Exercise physiology.) || Formerly: (P E 47WX was formerly P E 98N. physical. increase their ability to employ advanced strategies and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology. six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). 10:33 AM .) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in men's tennis.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). DANIELLE POOLDW P E 46X: Intercollegiate Track and Field (Men and Women) Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Includes analysis of offensive and defensive play. Any combination of P E 47WX. exercise nutrition. MEGAN FLDSB P E 48MX: Intercollegiate Men's Tennis Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter). Through the intercollegiate competitive experience students will improve their individual tennis skills.) || Formerly: (P E 45X was formerly P E 98K. RONALD T-CRTW 43047 P E -48MX-02 Intercollegiate Men's Tennis (LAB) TBA TBA WARD. 42858 P E -48MX-01 Intercollegiate Men's Tennis (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM MTW WARD. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through intercollegiate baseball. flexibility and strength concepts for conditioning will be covered. all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in swimming and diving.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in softball. physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms. or ESL 272 and 273. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. Emphasis placed on the four major pillars of the game: mental. equipment. 47MY and 47M may be taken up to six times for credit. Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the sport of track and field.) || Formerly: (P E 48MX was formerly P E 98P. all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). and softball theory will be discussed. 46Y and 46 may be taken up to six times for credit. facilities. ERICK FLDBB 42856 P E -47MX-02 Intercollegiate Baseball (LAB) TBA TBA RAICH. team interaction. Through the intercollegiate competitive experience. increase their ability to employ advanced strategies and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through tennis. power and biomechanics.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in track and field.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in baseball. Any combination of P E 47MX. 47WY and 47W may be taken up to six times for credit. nutrition. equipment. kinesiological concepts underlying the development of force. six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per quarter). 42857 P E -47MX-01 Intercollegiate Baseball (LAB) 01:00 PM-02:15 PM MTW RAICH. 48MY and 48M may be taken up to six times for credit. all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association).De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. exercise nutrition. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport. 42855 P E -47WX-01 Intercollegiate Softball (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:30 PM MTWTh KRAVETS.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport. 45Y and 45 may be taken up to six times for credit.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . facilities. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course.) || Formerly: (P E 47MX was formerly P E 98M. and etiquette. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms. || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. physician's clearance and completion of eligibility forms. exercise nutrition. power and accuracy. nutrition. DANIELLE POOLDW 43033 P E -045X-55 Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving (Men and Women) (CLAS) TBA TBA VON MATT. or ESL 272 and 273.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. student/athletes will improve their individual skills.

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P E 48WX: Intercollegiate Women's Tennis
Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Four and one-half hours laboratory for the one and one-half unit course (54 hours total per quarter); six hours laboratory for the two unit course (72 hours total per
quarter); nine hours laboratory for the three unit course (108 hours total per quarter). || Repeatability: (Satisfies the requirement of an intercollegiate athletics course. Any combination of P E
48WX, 48WY and 48W may be taken up to six times for credit.) || Formerly: (P E 48WX was formerly P E 98Q.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable ||
Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: Competitive experience in women's tennis, physician's clearance and completion of eligibility
forms; all second year athletes must fulfill academic requirements per the CCCAA (California Community College Athletics Association). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or
ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to the discipline of physical education through tennis. Includes a global and historical examination of the sport, rules, equipment, facilities, and etiquette.
Emphasis placed on the four major pillars of the game: mental, physical, tactical and technical aspects necessary to successfully compete in games. Through the intercollegiate competitive
experience students will improve their individual tennis skills, increase their ability to employ advanced strategies and increase their knowledge of exercise physiology, exercise nutrition,
concepts underlying the development of force, power and accuracy.
42860

P E -48WX-01

Intercollegiate Women's Tennis (LAB)

01:30 PM-02:45 PM

MTW

WARD, RONALD

T-CRTE

43048

P E -48WX-02

Intercollegiate Women's Tennis (LAB)

TBA

TBA

WARD, RONALD

T-CRTW

P E 51: Health and Fitness
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || Also Listed As: (Also listed as HLTH 51. Students may enroll in either department, but not both, for credit.) || General
Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Introduction to the disciplines of Physical Education and Health through fitness, wellness and lifestyle management. Concepts of wellness from an interdisciplinary and
multicultural perspective. Practices and beliefs that contribute to fitness and healthful living. Exploration of past and current theories of health and fitness with emphasis on the roles of genetics,
gender, and age. Students will assess their own cardiovascular capacity, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, body composition, in and out of class.
01597

P E -051.-01

Health and Fitness (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MTWTh

KRAGALOTT, ARDEN

PE673

P E 53: Physical Stress Management
Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An introduction to Physical Education through the natural techniques that effectively relieve stress related physical problems. Each student will develop and implement a
personal stress reduction program. Students will be exposed to information on how lifestyle, gender, age, personality and occupation effects stress and the ability to successfully cope with it.
01599

P E -053.-02

Physical Stress Management (CLAS)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

MW

MATTIS, NICHOLAS

43500
* P E -053.-64Z
Physical Stress Management (CLAS)
TBA
TBA
VON MATT, DANIELLE
Course Notes (Spring): P E 053.-64Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at
http://deanza.edu/distance/ *NOT accepted for certificate in Massage Therapy

PE12U
ONLINE

P E 54: Introduction to Massage
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through the field of massage therapy. Includes theory, practical experience, methods, procedures, and
contraindications. Students will be exposed to the rich international history of massage and to a variety of techniques from around the world including the contributions of men and women to the
field.
01600
01600

P E -054.-02
P E -054.-02

Introduction to Massage (CLAS)
Introduction to Massage (LAB)

09:30 AM-10:45 AM
11:00 AM-12:15 PM

TTh
TTh

LAM, NHON
LAM, NHON

PE12U
PE12U

P E 54C: Advanced Massage Skills
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory (72 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status:
Credit - Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54B (may be taken concurrently); or technical proficiency suitable to the course level. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Methods and procedures of advanced soft tissue therapy and related topics including: clinical syndromes and pathologies, lymphatic system massage, various pain
patterns, Travell trigger point release, deep tissue massage, bio-mechanical relationships, appropriate primary care referral, and the physiological aspects of tissue damage and repair.
44237
44237

P E -054C-01
P E -054C-01

Advanced Massage Skills (LAB)
Advanced Massage Skills (LEC)

02:00 PM-03:15 PM
12:30 PM-01:45 PM

TTh
TTh

BOULANGER, KAREN
BOULANGER, KAREN

PE12U
PE12U

P E 54H: Massage Therapy Internship in Adapted Physical Education Laboratory
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and successful completion of the class selected for internship. Student must also receive approval from the instructor of the class in order to participate.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Students shall assume the role of an Adaptive Physical Education Assistant under the supervision of Adaptive Physical Education instructors. Schedule is determined by
agreement between student and Adaptive Physical Education intern supervisor.
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P E -054H-55

Massage Therapy Internship in Adapted Physical Education Laboratory TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
(TBA)
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054H-55: This is a (1) unit course (36) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 54J: Massage Therapy Internship in Adapted Physical Education Laboratory
Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade

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Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and successful completion of the class selected for internship. Student must also receive approval from the instructor of the class in order to participate.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Students shall assume the role of an Adaptive Physical Education Assistant under the supervision of Adaptive Physical Education instructors. Schedule is determined by
agreement between student and Adaptive Physical Education intern supervisor.
42765

P E -054J-55

Massage Therapy Internship in Adapted Physical Education Laboratory TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
(TBA)
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054J-55: This is a (2) unit course (72) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 54K: Massage Therapy Internship in Adapted Physical Education Laboratory
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and successful completion of the class selected for internship. Student must also receive approval from the instructor of the class in order to participate.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Students shall assume the role of an Adaptive Physical Education Assistant under the supervision of Adaptive Physical Education instructors. Schedule is determined by
agreement between student and Adaptive Physical Education intern supervisor.
42767

P E -054K-55

Massage Therapy Internship in Adapted Physical Education Laboratory TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
(TBA)
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054K-55: This is a (3) unit course (108) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 54L: Massage Therapy Teacher's Assistant Internship
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and successful completion of the class selected for internship. Student must also receive approval from the instructor of the class in order to participate.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An internship that provides opportunities for advanced massage therapy students to reinforce and master the massage training gained in classes they have completed.
With instructor approval students shall assume the role of a Teacher's Assistant in a massage lab.
42768
P E -054L-55
Massage Therapy Teacher's Assistant Internship (TBA)
TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054L-55: This is a (1) unit course (36) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 54M: Massage Therapy Teacher's Assistant Internship
Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and successful completion of the class selected for internship. Student must also receive approval from the instructor of the class in order to participate.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An internship that provides opportunities for advanced massage therapy students to reinforce and master the massage training gained in classes they have completed.
With instructor approval students shall assume the role of a Teacher's Assistant in a massage lab.
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P E -054M-55
Massage Therapy Teacher's Assistant Internship (TBA)
TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054M-55: This is a (2) unit course (72) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 54N: Massage Therapy Teacher's Assistant Internship
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and successful completion of the class selected for internship. Student must also receive approval from the instructor of the class in order to participate.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: An internship that provides opportunities for advanced massage therapy students to reinforce and master the massage training gained in classes they have completed.
With instructor approval students shall assume the role of a Teacher's Assistant in a massage lab.
42771
P E -054N-55
Massage Therapy Teacher's Assistant Internship (TBA)
TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054N-55: This is a (3) unit course (108) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 54P: Sports Massage Internship
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and P E 54B, and permission from a Sports Massage Instructor. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: With instructor approval, students shall assume the role of a Sports Massage Therapist working in the training room, under the supervision of an athletic trainer or with an
athletic team, under the supervision of a coach. This hands-on opportunity will provide the student a chance to refine their sports massage skills by working with athletes prior to competition,
post competition and on their health maintenance between events.
42772
P E -054P-55
Sports Massage Internship (TBA)
TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054P-55: This is a (1) unit course (36) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 54Q: Sports Massage Internship
Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade

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Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and P E 54B, and permission from a Sports Massage Instructor. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: With instructor approval, students shall assume the role of a Sports Massage Therapist working in the training room, under the supervision of an athletic trainer or with an
athletic team, under the supervision of a coach. This hands-on opportunity will provide the student a chance to refine their sports massage skills by working with athletes prior to competition,
post competition and on their health maintenance between events.
42774
P E -054Q-55
Sports Massage Internship (TBA)
TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054Q-55: This is a (2) unit course (72) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 54R: Sports Massage Internship
Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program
Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Prerequisite: P E 54 and P E 54B, and permission from a Sports Massage Instructor. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: With instructor approval, students shall assume the role of a Sports Massage Therapist working in the training room, under the supervision of an athletic trainer or with an
athletic team, under the supervision of a coach. This hands-on opportunity will provide the student a chance to refine their sports massage skills by working with athletes prior to competition,
post competition and on their health maintenance between events.
42775
P E -054R-55
Sports Massage Internship (TBA)
TBA
TBA
LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN
PE12U
Course Notes (Spring): PE-054R-55: This is a (3) unit course (108) hours. For Certificate of Achievement - Complete a minimum of one(1) unit from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. For Certificate of
Achievement - Advanced - Complete a total of three(3) units from the Massage Therapy Internship courses. One(1) unit must be in applied "hands on" massage. The additional two(2) units may be either in
applied massage or teaching assistant internships. NOTE: Enrollment in this Internship course requires consent of the instructor or program director.

P E 70A: Orientation to Lifetime Fitness
Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Co-requisite: P E 70A students must also enroll in P E 71. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART
211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: Introduction to fitness, wellness and lifestyle management. Students will examine current theories of health and fitness with emphasis on how wellness and personal
fitness are affected by genetics, gender, and age. Each student will perform pre-assessment and post-assessment tests of their own cardiovascular capacity, muscular strength and endurance,
flexibility, and body composition. Lifestyle changes will be emphasized and behavior change tools that promote healthy choices will be discussed. Instruction on proper exercise techniques will
be demonstrated.
01607
P E -070A-02
Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (CLAS)
12:30 PM-01:20 PM
TTh
KRAGALOTT, ARDEN
PE673
Course Notes (Spring): P E -070A-02: Must be taken concurrently with P E-071.-02. Please note: if you have successfully completed PE70A and 71 you are eligible to enroll PE 071.51 Go the the Wellness
Center now for more details, or contact jonescj@deanza.edu
01608
P E -070A-03
Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (CLAS)
10:30 AM-11:20 AM
TTh
HERTLER, DAVID
PE673
Course Notes (Spring): PE070A03 must be taken concurrently with PE 071.03. Please note: if you have successfully completed PE70A and 71 you are eligible to enroll PE 071.51 Go the the Wellness Center
now for more details, or contact jonescj@deanza.edu
43484
* P E -070A-64Z
Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (TBA)
TBA
TBA
VON MATT, DANIELLE
ONLINE
Course Notes (Spring): P E -070A-64Z: Must be taken concurrently with P E-071.63. Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on
REQUIRED orientation available at http://www.deanza.edu/distance/ If you need more information contact owiesnycheryl@deanza.edu
44256
* P E -070A-65Z
Orientation to Lifetime Fitness (CLAS)
TBA
TBA
STAFF, M
Course Notes (Spring): P E -070A-65Z: Online Course. Students must have access to a computer, the Web and an individual e-mail address. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at
http://www.deanza.edu/distance//. Students must concurrently enroll in PE 071 and use the Wellness Center on campus to complete the required hours.

ONLINE

P E 71: Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory
Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory (36 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit - Degree applicable ||
Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets.) Prerequisite: P E 51 or P E 70A or HLTH 51 (courses may be taken concurrently).
Course Description: A laboratory designed to improve student's cardio-respiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition. Strength and muscular
endurance will be developed using Magnum weight equipment. Cardio-respiratory programs will be run on treadmills, cycles, stair steppers, and elliptical trainers.
01613

P E -071.-02

Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (LAB)

TBA

TBA

KRAGALOTT, ARDEN

PE610

01614
P E -071.-03
Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA)
TBA
TBA
HERTLER, DAVID
PE610
Course Notes (Spring): P E -071.03: Must be taken concurrently with section of PE 070A03. You will be required to schedule specific hours with your instructor during the first week of class. If you have
completed PE071 previously, you are eligible to sign up for a fitness center membership. Go the the Wellness Center now for more details, or contact jonescj@deanza.edu
44079
P E -071.-51
Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA)
TBA
TBA
KRAGALOTT, ARDEN
PE610
Course Notes (Spring): PE 071.51 may be taken concurrently with PE 051 or Health 051. If you have completed PE071 previously, you are eligible to sign up for a fitness center membership. Go the the
Wellness Center now for more details, or contact jonescj@deanza.edu
40605

P E -071.-62

Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA)

TBA

TBA

LEE-WHEAT, COLEEN

PE610

40503

P E -071.-64

Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (TBA)

TBA

TBA

VON MATT, DANIELLE

PE610

44257

P E -071.-65

Lifetime Wellness and Fitness Center Laboratory (LAB)

TBA

TBA

STAFF, M

PE610

P E 72: Introduction to Sport in Society
Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade
Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211), or ESL 272 and 273.
Course Description: A course designed for kinesiology, and physical education majors. It looks at current and past sports related cultural and historical issues. Students will be introduced to
various topics such as race and gender issues, sports for different populations, and how sports has shaped the American past time. The various levels of participation will be discussed from
elementary school and recreational participation, to professional sports.
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Introduction to Sport in Society (TBA)

TBA

TBA

GUEVARA, DAWNIS

ONLINE

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Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Information on REQUIRED orientation available at http://deanza.e. or legal research under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel. youth.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). TERRY L13D Course Notes (Spring): PARA-064Z-01: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Paralegal majors.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 01651 PARA-064Y-55 Paralegal Internship (TBA) TBA TBA ELLIS. or ESL 272 and 273. COLEEN TBA P E 88B: Coaching II: The Fundamentals of Fundraising and Budgeting Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). or legal research under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel. 01620 P E -077X-65R Special Projects in Physical Education (TBA) TBA TBA LEE-WHEAT.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Students will take a comprehensive look at the roles and responsibilities of coaches fundraising at all levels of sport competition and organization. or ESL 272 and 273. conduct. A mandatory review on non-profit organizational structure and accountability. elementary and secondary schools. or legal research under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.-01: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Paralegal majors. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . PARA 64Z: Paralegal Internship Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). paralegal. Specific projects determined in consultation with the instructor.html Course Notes (Spring): P E 072. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law.deanza. university.edu P E 77X: Special Projects in Physical Education Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). and professional. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. Students must have access to a computer. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. District Policy. PARA 67: Law Office Management for Paralegals Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter). PARA 64Y: Paralegal Internship Unit(s): 3 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and division dean. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law. Legal and Ethical Standards of Operation. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . 01624 P E -088B-01 Coaching II: The Fundamentals of Fundraising and Budgeting (CLAS) 09:30 AM-10:20 AM MW DAMJANOVIC. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563. community colleges. An overview of legal and business issues associated with possible coaching income derived from outside sources and fundraising activities. Emphasis on role of money on programs. or ESL 272 and 273. or ESL 272 and 273. paralegal. paralegal. college. i. and the important role the paralegal plays within it. Course Description: Introduction and study of the fundamental strategies and techniques relating to alternative funding. An in-depth analysis of successful fundraising endeavors with an emphasis on Education Code. the Web and an individual e-mail address. 01652 PARA-064Z-55 Paralegal Internship (TBA) TBA TBA ELLIS. and accounting. 10:33 AM . TERRY L13C Course Notes (Spring): PARA-064. 42713 PARA-064X-55 Paralegal Internship (TBA) TBA TBA ELLIS.-55 Paralegal Internship (TBA) TBA TBA ELLIS. Course Description: Program of work experience and study in law. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . or legal research under the supervision of the instructor and agency personnel.-65Z: Online Course. Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes. Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Internships must be arranged during the quarter prior to the beginning of classes.edu/distance/ If you need any information contact guevaradawnis@deanza. TERRY L13D Course Notes (Spring): PARA-064Y-01: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Paralegal majors.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). its structure and procedural aspects. TERRY L13C Course Notes (Spring): PARA-064X-01: Internships limited to continuing De Anza Paralegal majors.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms. 42712 PARA-064. Course Description: An examination of the law office environment. PARA 64X: Paralegal Internship Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Not Program Applicable (Stand Alone) || Credit Status: Credit Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Internships are not assigned by the instructor and need to be arranged by the student. fundraising for school athletic programs or extra curricular activities. Outside reading and written report required. 136 of 163 2/5/16. paralegal.Degree Applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). JASON Time Dates/Days Instructor PE673 ****** Paralegal Program CRN Course Title Location PARA 64: Paralegal Internship Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Four hours laboratory per unit of supervised internship in an authorized office or agency (48 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). Course Description: Individual research in Physical Education. These projects are undertakings that are not in the regular physical education curriculum and require the approval of the division dean. Interested students should contact the instructor at (408) 864-8563.

or ESL 272 and 273.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 01663 PARA-095.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 43903 PARA-067. 137 of 163 2/5/16.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: PARA 94 (may be taken concurrently) or PARA 95 (may be taken concurrently) or professional experience appropriate to the topic. wills and estates. 2016. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 40150 PARA-092A-61 Partnerships and Corporations (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM T LINDENBAUM. JOANNE L22 PARA 97B: Advanced Civil Litigation Procedures Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Examination of the role of paralegal in legal system. introduction to the fee-based legal resources such as LEXIS. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . using the law to analyze legal issues arising from factual disputes. 10:33 AM . Ethical rules and guidelines governing legal professionals. MONEER L22 PARA 96C: Computer Assisted Legal Research and Investigation Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).-61 Overview of American Law (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM W LINDENBAUM. Course Description: Organization and publication of American and California law. DANIEL L22 44227 PARA-086. Course Description: Use the Internet to find legal resources and conduct legal investigation. Course Description: Principles of legal analysis with an emphasis on analysis of case law. DANIEL L22 PARA 95: Overview of American Law Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). EUGENE L23 PARA 96A: Introduction to Legal Research and Writing Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). criminal law. or ESL 272 and 273.-95: Class meets six weeks beginning May 16.-95: PARALEGAL & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY. or ESL 272 and 273. Course Description: Substantive and procedural law of basic business organizations. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: PARA 94 (may be taken concurrently) or PARA 95 (may be taken concurrently) or PARA 86 (may be taken concurrently) or professional experience appropriate to the topic. EUGENE L22 PARA 94: Introduction to California Law Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: PARA 94 (may be taken concurrently) or PARA 95 (may be taken concurrently) or PARA 96A (may be taken concurrently) or professional experience appropriate to the topic. Course Description: The legal structures and legal procedures existing within the state of California. JAMES L23 Course Notes (Spring): PARA-067. contracts. or ESL 272 and 273. torts. Course Description: Selected pretrial. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit .-61 Legal Analysis (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM Th RAFTERY PIUNTI.deanza. or ESL 272 and 273.-01 Legal Analysis (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM MW BLANCHETTE.edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch. corporations and limited liability companies and partnerships. methods of interpreting statutory law.-01 Introduction to California Law (CLAS) 12:30 PM-02:20 PM TTh BLANCHETTE.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). 40149 PARA-096A-01L Introduction to Legal Research and Writing (CLAS) 09:30 AM-01:20 PM S JAMIL. constitutional law. JAMES L23 PARA 92A: Partnerships and Corporations Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter).Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). KARKAS. using print and on-line legal resources to find the law.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: PARA 97A or professional experience appropriate to the topic. property.-95 http://ecms. partnerships. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). discovery and post-trial procedures for paralegals. or ESL 272 and 273. 2016. examination of the roles and duties of legal personnel in California with an emphasis on the role and duty of paralegals. 41829 PARA-086. KELLY L22 PARA 88: The Paralegal and Professional Responsibility Unit(s): 2 || Hours: Two hours lecture (24 hours total per quarter).html Law Office Management for Paralegals (CLAS) 05:30 PM-10:00 PM Starts: 05/16/2016 Ends: 06/24/2016 M KARKAS. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . Course Description: Overview of the major substantive areas of American law: Agency. or ESL 272 and 273. Class meets six weeks beginning April 4. detailed examination of written case opinions. writing a memorandum of law utilizing acceptable legal citation format. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). PARA 86: Legal Analysis Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). corporations. Westlaw. development of legal arguments based on case law and statutory law. and Bloomberg Law. 43478 PARA-094. or ESL 272 and 273. 43326 PARA-096C-61 Computer Assisted Legal Research and Investigation (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM M HAMES.-95 The Paralegal and Professional Responsibility (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM Starts: 04/04/2016 Ends: 05/15/2016 M Course Notes (Spring): PARA-088. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . case analysis. 41191 PARA-088. including sole proprietorships. judicial council form use. document preparation. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). family law.

MWF BENNETT.(408) 864-8753. MARY PE14 01679 PEA -002X-61 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 05:00 PM-06:15 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -002X-61: Must register through Disability Support Services . nutrition. and techniques related to strength training.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Course Description: Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities. equipment. 43902 PARA-098. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology and strength development concepts in the context of their own abilities and limitations to develop and/or maintain their muscular strength. and medical research. or ESL 272 and 273. NATHAN PE13 01676 PEA -002X-03 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 10:00 AM-11:15 AM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -002X-03: Must register through Disability Support Services .Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: Prerequisite: PARA 94 (may be taken concurrently) or PARA 95 (may be taken concurrently) or professional experience appropriate to the topic.(408) 864-8753. Includes rules.(408) 864-8753. Includes rules.(408) 864-8753. nutrition. TRACY PE13 01669 PEA -001X-03 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 02:30 PM-03:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -001X-03: Must register through Disability Support Services . TERRY Dates/Days Instructor ADM101 ****** Physical Education/Adapted Important Department Information: Physical Education classes for individuals with special needs.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. MARY PE13 01671 PEA -001X-05 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 12:00 PM-01:15 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -001X-05: Must register through Disability Support Services . Includes rules. safety. Includes a brief historical examination of how strength training has changed due to the influences of individuals. || General Education Status: Non-GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . intellectual. and flexibility training in the context of an individual's physical. nutrition. NATHAN PE13 01678 PEA -002X-05 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 03:00 PM-04:15 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -002X-05: Must register through Disability Support Services .) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology and fitness concepts in the context of their own abilities and limitations to develop and/or maintain their cardiovascular.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and athletes as they correspond to the evolution of the 138 of 163 2/5/16.) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . and collecting data. and medical research.(408) 864-8753. or ESL 272 and 273. NATHAN PE13 01673 PEA -001X-61 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 05:30 PM-06:45 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -001X-61: Must register through Disability Support Services .) || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . || Repeatability: (Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5. this course is an introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular training in the context of an individual's physical. intellectual.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. Course Description: Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities. KELLY L22 PARA 98: Drafting Wills and Trusts Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). 01667 PEA -001X-01 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 10:00 AM-10:50 AM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -001X-01: Must register through Disability Support Services .-61 Drafting Wills and Trusts (CLAS) 05:30 PM-09:20 PM T ELLIS. MW BAKER. and/or affective abilities and limitations. etiquette. CRN Course Title Time Location PEA 1X: Adapted Total Fitness Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). strength. MWF BENNETT. Course Description: Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities. TTh DOMINGUEZ. MWF PERKINS. MWF BAKER. strength. and/or affective abilities and limitations. intellectual. and techniques related to cardiovascular fitness training. section 56029). MARY PE13 01668 PEA -001X-02 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 12:30 PM-01:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -001X-02: Must register through Disability Support Services . section 56029). this course is an introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular. Includes a brief historical examination of how fitness training has changed due to the influences of individuals.html Advanced Civil Litigation Procedures (CLAS) 06:00 PM-09:50 PM W RAFTERY PIUNTI. MWF BAKER. etiquette.(408) 864-8753. 10:33 AM .edu/schedproof/ad_schsearch.(408) 864-8753. TRACY PE13 01670 PEA -001X-04 Adapted Total Fitness (LAB) 08:30 AM-09:45 AM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -001X-04: Must register through Disability Support Services . TTh BENNETT.(408) 864-8753. TTh PERKINS. procedural and drafting principles of wills and trusts and estate planning: role of paralegal in drafting wills and trusts. and/or affective abilities and limitations. cultures. cultures. etiquette.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). and flexibility fitness levels. inventorying estates. or ESL 272 and 273. TTh PERKINS. section 56029). MICHAEL PE13 PEA 2X: Adapted Strength Development Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). exercise trends for men. or ESL 272 and 273. 01674 PEA -002X-01 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 11:00 AM-11:50 AM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -002X-01: Must register through Disability Support Services . this course is an introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through strength development in the context of an individual's physical. and techniques related to fitness training. Global and historical review of the evolution of aerobic exercise. equipment. MARY PE13 01677 PEA -002X-04 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:45 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -002X-04: Must register through Disability Support Services . TTh BENNETT. || Repeatability: (Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5. safety. Course Description: Substantive. Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). TRACY PE13 PEA 4X: Adapted Cardiovascular Training Unit(s): 1 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).(408) 864-8753.(408) 864-8753. women.De Anza College: Schedule of Classes 41828 PARA-097B-61 http://ecms.(408) 864-8753. || Repeatability: (Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5. MARY PE13 01675 PEA -002X-02 Adapted Strength Development (LAB) 01:30 PM-02:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -002X-02: Must register through Disability Support Services .deanza.(408) 864-8753. safety. equipment. TTh BENNETT.

etc. 43846 PHIL-001. NICHOLAS ONLINE 139 of 163 2/5/16. camping. || General Education Status: GE || Program Status: Program Applicable || Credit Status: Credit . intellectual.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. California 95014 CUPSC ****** Persian CRN Course Title Time Dates/Days Instructor Location PERS 3: Elementary Persian (Third Quarter) Unit(s): 5 || Hours: Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter). THOMAS POOLE 01688 PEA -005X-04 Adapted Aquatic Exercise (LAB) 11:30 AM-12:20 PM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -005X-04: Must register through Disability Support Services . and figures. DARIUSH Time Dates/Days Instructor L32 ****** Philosophy CRN Course Title Location PHIL 1: Knowledge and Reality Unit(s): 4 || Hours: Four hours lecture (48 hours total per quarter). THOMAS Course Notes (Spring): PEA -006Y-01F: Class meets in the Exercise Room at the Cupertino Senior Center. Using adapted methodologies and wilderness safety. Epistemology (the study of knowledge and Metaphysics (the study of reality). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211). || Repeatability: (Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5.Degree applicable || Grading Method: Letter Grade Requisites: (See general education pages for the requirement this course meets. kicking. TRUNG MLC111 43847 * PHIL-001. 42837 PERS-003. Aquatic exercise uses dynamic aerobic exercise techniques to provide a level of conditioning for both the aerobic and anaerobic energy systems. Mental and physical strength will be tested.) || Formerly: (Formerly PEA 60 and 60X respectively.(408) 864-8753.-03 Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM TTh LE. this course is an introduction the discipline of Physical Education through water exercise in the context of an individual's physical. and/or affective abilities and limitations. MARY PE13 01681 PEA -004X-02 Adapted Cardiovascular Training (LAB) 09:00 AM-09:50 AM Course Notes (Spring): PEA 004X-02: Must register through Disability Support Services .De Anza College: Schedule of Classes http://ecms.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211 (or LART 211).) Prerequisite: PERS 2 (equivalent to two years of high school Persian) or equivalent.-02 Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) 01:30 PM-03:20 PM MW VICIAN. 40275 # PEA -006Y-01F Adapted Outdoor Education (LAB) 01:30 PM-03:35 PM TTh BEGGS. grammar. jumping. TTh BEGGS. Course Description: A multifaceted course for students with disabilities seeking outdoor experiential education.-01 Knowledge and Reality (CLAS) 08:30 AM-09:20 AM MTWTh RAMIREZ. or ESL 272 and 273. Cupertino. THOMAS POOLE PEA 6Y: Adapted Outdoor Education Unit(s): 1 1/2 || Hours: Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter). THOMAS POOLE 01687 PEA -005X-03 Adapted Aquatic Exercise (LAB) 10:30 AM-11:20 AM Course Notes (Spring): PEA -005X-03: Must register through Disability S