Classes

Here are the courses currently being offered by CityOnline. Note that they come in five different lengths with different start dates. Traditional online classes are 17.5 weeks and are not part of CityOnline.

Traditional: 17.5-week online courses that match the Fall and Spring Semesters.
Full: 16-week online courses that start just after the Fall or Spring Semester start days
Fusion: 12-week online courses
Flex: 8-week online courses with start dates at the beginning of the semester (Flex 1), and late-start classes (Flex 2)

Focus: 6-week intensive online courses, similar to a summer schedule. Focus A, Focus B, Focus C start times.
Fast: 4-week highly intensive online courses.

Spring 2019 Start Dates for CityOnline

Full 16-weeks: Jan 28-May 22
Fusion 12-weeks: Feb 25-May 22
Flex 1 8-weeks: Jan 28-March 22
Flex 2 8-weeks: April 1-May 22
Focus A 6-weeks: Jan 14-Feb 22
Focus B 6-weeks: March 4-April 19
Focus C 6-weeks: April 15-May 22
Fast 4-weeks: April 1-April 26

City College continues to offer traditional 17.5-week online classes starting January 14-and finishing May 22. Please see schedule for the list of these classes.

Visit this page regularly as classes are continually being added to CityOnline. To see if a class listed below is available or for more information, please see schedule.

ADMJ 66

Forensic Evidence

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38550
  • Instructor(s): Juno

This course introduces students to forensic evidence and the crime lab. Topics include history and sub-disciplines of forensic science, structure of crime labs, types and characteristics of evidence, methods of laboratory analysis, requirements of courtroom admissibility, and expert testimony.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS-T 1 Full D
ANTH 3

Cultural Anthropology

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 30835, 36128
  • Instructor(s): Amato, Pevey

The structure and dynamics of cultures as seen in religions, marriage practices, gender roles, kinship, social classes, languages, laws, and political organization. Examples taken from foraging, tribal, and state cultures in many areas of the world.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 2 Full D
ANTH 20

LGBT Anthropology

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39009
  • Instructor(s): Pevey

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer U.S. artists, including expatriates, of the late 19th and 20th centuries and their influence on modem art. Analyzes the contribution of LGBTQ+ artists, poets, dancers, musicians, writers, and their associates and communities. Focuses on indigenous Two Spirit writers and artists, Harlem Renaissance art and culture, and contemporary political art that considers social justice issues such as AIDS, immigration, and transgender life.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
ART 118

American Art

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19
  • CRN: 36626
  • Instructor(s): Carpenter

The history of American art from colonial times to the present. Painting, sculpture, architecture, and crafts will be examined within their historical, political and sociocultural background. Students learn to identify works by pivotal artists, recognize techniques and formal visual elements, and critically analyze artwork: within its contextual framework.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Flex 1 D
ART 104

Asian Art History

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 30009
  • Instructor(s): Carpenter

A survey of the artistic heritages of Asia from the Neolithic period to the present. Painting, sculpture, architecture, and crafts will be examined within their historical, political and socio-cultural background. Students learn to identify styles, recognize techniques and formal visual elements, and critically analyze artwork within its contextual framework.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
ART 106

Latin American Art History

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38338
  • Instructor(s): Oest

The artistic heritage of Latin America from the sixteenth century CE to the present. All art will be discussed from both a critical and historical perspective with regard to formal visual elements of style and the societies, values, and ideas that gave birth to Latin American Art.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
ART 101

Western Art History

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32087
  • Instructor(s): Oest

Survey of Western Art from 35,000 B.C.E. to 500 C.E.: Paleolithic art through the Early Medieval period. Art will be discussed from critical and historical perspectives, with regard to formal visual elements of style and the social context of the societies, values, and ideas that gave birth to Western art.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Flex 2 D
ART 108

Women Through Art History

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 37367
  • Instructor(s): Touze

Investigation of women's role in European and non-European society as artists, patrons and subjects in art from pre-history to the present. Artworks are examined through formal and thematic characteristics and from a historical, social and gender-based perspective.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
BCST 103

Mass Media and Society

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19, 2/25/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 31435, 36311, 39021
  • Instructor(s): Beyer

A general interest course covering the history, organization and social role of major mass communication media, such as radio, television, motion pictures, print, recording industries, Internet, and the World Wide Web. Basic theory of communication and communication research. Emphasis on the influence of mass media on the individual and society.

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AA-T 3 Full, Fusion D
BSEN 76

Business Report Writing

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 37819
  • Instructor(s): Clark

Writing routine and nonroutine reports that present ideas clearly and persuasively, solve problems, and evaluate alternatives. Practice in techniques of primary and secondary research.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
CDEV 53

Child Growth and Development

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38508
  • Instructor(s): Donovan

Major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception to adolescence, with an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. Developmental theory, investigative research methodologies, observation of children, evaluation of individual differences and analysis of development at various stages.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
CDEV 107

Intro to Child Nutrition

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39254
  • Instructor(s): Lau

The course provides an overview of child nutrition issues, with an emphasis on practical skills and approaches to influence positive eating behaviors that promote optimal health and nutrition. Topics include basic nutrition principles, the feeding relationship, breastfeeding & child nutrition, planning healthy meals & snacks, food safety, childhood obesity, physical activity, nutrition education, child nutrition programs & food assistance resources

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full D
CINE 18

American Cinema

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19, 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 35869, 35870
  • Instructor(s): Sherman, Schulz

An introductory course in film studies examining the history and development of Hollywood and the movie business and their sustained influence on American culture. The tools of cinematic grammar in creating a universal visual language are also explored.

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AS-T 2 Full, Flex 2 D
CINE 19

Documentary & Digital Media

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36329
  • Instructor(s): Sherman

This course examines how evolving digital technology has dramatically altered how we understand society, politics, and culture in the context of documentary. The course explores the aesthetics of documentary and how digital technology has transformed how we understand the rhetoric of documentary form and culture. Topics of study include documentary modes, citizen journalism, social media, digital convergence, transmedia storytelling, immersive journalism, and interactive documentary.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Full D
CINE 20B

Film History

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38949
  • Instructor(s): Sherman

History of cinema as a unique expressive medium from the mid 20th century to the present. The post-WWII film renaissance: movements, genres and changing technologies; the expansion of filmmaking to newly represented people, places and ideas; cinema in the digital age.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Full D
CINE 21

Introduction to Film Studies

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38950
  • Instructor(s): Schulz

An introductory course that addresses film production and film theory through the critical analysis of motion pictures. The course covers popular and technical approaches to cinema, including filmmaking techniques like directing, cinematography and editing, and visual aesthetics.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS-T 1 Flex 2 D
CMST 3

Argumentation and Debate

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 35732
  • Instructor(s): Litzky

Critical approaches to legal, social, political problems are studied through oral argument and debate formats. Analysis, evidence, reasoning, rhetorical positioning, persuasion, refutation, and rebuttal from a communication perspective.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Flex 2 D
CMST 1A

Elements Of Public Speaking

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38940
  • Instructor(s): Kudsi

Mastery of the research, organization, and delivery of extemporaneous speeches. Focus on rhetorical theory, listening, audience analysis, speech construction, language, evidence testing, and visual aids.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
CMST 4

Group Communication

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38326
  • Instructor(s): Christianson

Understanding of the principles of group interaction and decision making, including the study of leadership, teamwork, and conflict resolution. Participation in groups to share information, solve problems, and reach consensus.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
CMST 5

Intercultural Communication

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 33718
  • Instructor(s): Feingersh-Steele

Develops communication competence to manage conflict and interact with people who are culturally different. Students participate in discussions and complete written and oral assignments, developing communication strategies and skills that result in deliberate and fruitful intercultural outcomes.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Flex 2 D
CMST 20

Interpersonal Communication

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19
  • CRN: 38140
  • Instructor(s): Kienzle

Focus on the impact that communication has on the interaction between individuals in settings including family, friendship, intimate and work situations. Students are expected to demonstrate and apply these skills through individual and group presentations and activities.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Flex 1 D
CMST 2

Intro to Rhetorical Criticism

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38137
  • Instructor(s): Litzky

Studies the rhetorical tradition and significant rhetorical artifacts. Analyzes public discourse through the application of commonly applied rhetorical methods. Communication artifacts are evaluated for support, reasoning, language use, message construction, and context in a series of academic research papers. Emphasizes critical thinking principles alongside techniques of effective discourse.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
CNIT 121

Computer Forensics

  • Units:
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38344
  • Instructor(s): Jones

Forensics tools, methods and procedures for investigating computers. Data recovery techniques and evidence collection, protection of evidence, expert witness skills and computer crime investigation techniques. Analysis of various file systems and specialized diagnostic software to retrieve data. Prepares in part for CompTIA Security+ and maps to Computer Investigation Specialists exam.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
CNIT 120

Network Security

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38090
  • Instructor(s): Taha

Knowledge and skills - to recognize security vulnerabilities, implement security measures, analyze network environments for known security threats or risks, defend against attacks or viruses, ensure data privacy and integrity. Terminology and procedures for implementation and configuration of security: access control, authorization, encryption, packet filters, firewalls and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
CNIT 204C

Connecting Networks

  • Units:
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39109
  • Instructor(s): Colom

WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in a complex network. Selection criteria of network devices and WAN technologies to meet network requirements. Configuration and troubleshooting of network devices with data link protocols. Implementation of virtual private network (VPN) operations in a complex network.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Flex 2 D
CNIT 123

Ethical Hacking & Network Defe

  • Units:
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36894
  • Instructor(s): Ho

Learn how hackers attack computers and networks, and how to protect Windows and Linux systems. Legal restrictions and ethical guidelines will be taught and enforced. Students will perform many hands-on labs, both attacking and defending, using port scans, footprinting, buffer overflow exploits, SQL injection, privilege escalation, Trojans, and backdoors.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
CNIT 122

Firewalls

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38648
  • Instructor(s): Taha

Fundamentals, techniques, and procedures to design an effective secure Internet connection using software or hardware firewalls. Discussion of types of firewalls, packet filtering, proxy servers, Intrusion Detection Systems, and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
CNIT 201C

Introduction to Cisco Networks

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19
  • CRN: 36584, 38480, 39104, 39105
  • Instructor(s): Wang, Wu

Architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. Use of OSI and TCP layered models to examine protocols and services. IP addressing and subnetting. Fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations. First course of Cisco Networking Academy Exploration series preparing for CCNET and CCNA Certifications.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 4 Flex 1 D
CNIT 106

Introduction to Networks

  • Units:
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36572
  • Instructor(s): Taha

Analysis of technologies for connecting computers and devices into networks. Terminology and the major components of networks: architecture, topologies, hardware, connections, protocols, operations, administration, support, security and troubleshooting. Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs), Wireless LANS and Virtual networks are also covered. Follows the objectives of the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
CNIT 202C

Routing & Switching Essentials

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36585, 39106
  • Instructor(s): Wu

Architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small network. Configure router and switch for basic functionality. Troubleshoot and resolve common issues with RIPv1, RIPv2, single-area OSPF, virtual LANs, and inter-VLAN routing in IPv4and IPv6 networks. Second course in Cisco Networking Academy towards CCENT and CCNA Certifications.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 2 Flex 2 D
CNIT 203C

Scaling Networks

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19
  • CRN: 39107
  • Instructor(s): Colom

Architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in larger and more complex networks. Configuration and troubleshooting of routers and switches for advanced functionality with OSPF, EIGRP, and STP in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Knowledge and skills needed to implement a WLAN in a small-to-medium network.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Flex 1 D
CS 110A

Intro to Programming

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19, 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39086, 39087
  • Instructor(s): Conner, Morag

Introduction to computer programming and problem solving. No prior programming experience required. Course concepts include: problem solving techniques, algorithms, program design, control structures, functions, and arrays.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS-T 2 Flex 1, Full D
CS 150A

Intro to SQL Databases & NoSQL

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39081, 39082
  • Instructor(s): Meade

A course in the use of SQL database management systems to create, query, and update database tables. The course covers both the syntax and the logic of the major features of the SQL language. It also covers a brief overview of NoSQL (Not Only SQL) data sources such as JSON, and MongoDB.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
2 Full C
CS 160A

Introduction to Unix/Linux

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19
  • CRN: 31859, 36295, 39077
  • Instructor(s): Conner, Metzler

Introduction to using the Unix/Linux operating system. Unix/Linux file management and common text processing utilities including searching.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
3 Full, Flex 1 C
CS 130A

PHP Programming

  • Units:
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32859
  • Instructor(s): Freedman

Introduction to the open source Web scripting language PHP. Build dynamic Web applications. Semantics and syntax of the PHP language, including discussion on the practical problems that PHP solves. Write server-side cross-platform HTML-embedded scripts to implement dynamic Web pages that interact with databases and files.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full C
CS 131B

Prog Fundamentals: Python

  • Units:
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39197
  • Instructor(s): Putnam

This course covers programming fundamentals using the Python language. Python is interpreted, interactive, and object-oriented. Recommended for general-purpose programming, system administration, or web programming. Topics include classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, design and implementation of abstract data types, dictionaries, lists, list comprehensions, files, modules, and mutable and immutable types.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Flex 2 C
CS 110B

Programming Fundamentals: C++

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32015
  • Instructor(s): Harden

This course covers programming fundamentals using the C++ language. Topics include pointers, arrays, structured elements, dynamic memory allocation, and Object Oriented programming. Assignments require planning, good coding practices, and documentation.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
CS 111B

Programming Fundamentals: Java

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19, 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 31852, 38629
  • Instructor(s): Schatz, Masters

This course covers programming fundamentals using the Java language, using an object-oriented approach to problem solving. Topics include classes, objects, references, dynamic memory allocation, inheritance, polymorphism, arrays, files, design and implementation of abstract data types, in numerical and non-numerical applications.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 2 Full, Flex 2 D
CS 132A

Ruby Programming

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36318
  • Instructor(s): Putnam

Ruby is interpreted, interactive, and object-oriented. Recommended for general-purpose programming, system administration, or web programming with the Ruby on Rails web framework. Write stand-alone programs that perform tasks including interfacing or system calls and libraries, processing text using regular expressions, and retrieving information from web sites.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full C
CS 160B

Unix/Linux Shell Scripting

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 33052, 37206
  • Instructor(s): Freedman

Analyze, design, write, test, and debug shell scripts. Students learn basic shell scripting techniques and develop scripting skills needed for Unix/Linux System Administration courses. The bash shell is used.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
2 Flex 2 C
ENGL 1A

University Read & Composition

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19, 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39183, 39184
  • Instructor(s): Denney, Smith

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking with a major research component. Reading, writing, and research assignments are based predominately on non-fiction texts.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 2 Full, Flex 1 D
ENGL 1B

Writing about Literature

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19, 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39185, 39186
  • Instructor(s): Lawlor

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking applied to literature, including poetry, drama, and fiction. Students will write essays employing methods of literary analysis, research, and critical thinking.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
2 Full, Flex 2
F SC 55

Wildland Fire Control

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38922
  • Instructor(s): Connors

The course will cover wildland fire behavior, fireline safety, fire prevention, fire extinguishment methods, strategy and tactics, Incident Command System, communications, use of fire apparatus, aircraft, bulldozers, and handcrews, and analysis of wildland fire incidents. The course is also a pre-requisite for F SC 111 Firefighter Academy.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full
GERM 1B

Elementary German

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38561
  • Instructor(s): Pahl

Grammar, composition and reading; practice in speaking and understanding simple German.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Full D
GERM 1A

Elementary German

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38392, 38536
  • Instructor(s): Pahl

Grammar, composition and reading; practice in speaking and understanding simple German.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 2 Full D
HLTH 177

Intro to Child Nutrition

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 30833
  • Instructor(s): Lau

The course provides an overview of child nutrition issues, with an emphasis on practical skills and approaches to influence positive eating behaviors that promote optimal health and nutrition. Topics include basic nutrition principles, the feeding relationship, breastfeeding & child nutrition, planning healthy meals & snacks, food safety, childhood obesity, physical activity, nutrition education, child nutrition programs & food assistance resources.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full C
HLTH 175

Nutrition Asst Fld Experience

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/17/19
  • End: 6/28/19
  • CRN: 33597
  • Instructor(s): Yamashiro

Learn entry-level, job-specific skills and competencies in the delivery of nutrition care and services under the supervision of registered dietitians while placed at various field experience sites such as Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Programs, Cooperative Extension, senior nutrition programs, public health agencies, or other health care settings.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 C
HLTH 53

Personal and Community Health

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 30484, 30489
  • Instructor(s): Rittenhouse

Critical analysis of the causes and contributors to individual and community health and illness based on public health and other social and behavioral sciences. Exploration of physical, mental, social and political aspects of health along with causes, consequences, prevention strategies and treatments for major health conditions across the life cycle.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 2 Full D
HLTH 25

Women's Health

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 37154
  • Instructor(s): Rittenhouse

Explores the social determinants and issues related to women's health on an individual and community level. Emphasis on evaluation of health resources, behavior change process, and role of risk factors and prevention.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA, AS 1 Full D
HUM 7

Comparative Religions

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19
  • CRN: 39187
  • Instructor(s): Liss

A survey of the religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. An analysis of the origins of these religious as well as their cultural contexts and present-day issues.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Flex D
IDST 14

Ameri. Cultures in Lit & Film

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36368
  • Instructor(s): Jabbar

To find unity in diversity in the shifting trajectories of American identities and how they interrelate, the following five groups will be featured to assess their interactive contributions to the unique American mosaic: Native Americans, European Americans, African Americans, Latin Americans, and Asian Americans. Literary works of nonfiction, fiction, drama, and poetry will be supplemented with selected films to accomplish this goal.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
IDST 37

Intro to Ethnic Studies

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19, 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32309, 39232
  • Instructor(s): Sanchez

An introduction to concepts, theories, and social policy related to the history, culture, concerns, and conditions of American ethnic and racial groups. Examines cultural, political, and economic practices and institutions that support or challenge racism, racial and ethnic inequalities, and patterns of interaction between various racial and ethnic groups.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 2 Full, Flex 2 D
IDST 29

Islam: Identity & Culture

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38851
  • Instructor(s): Jabbar

An interdisciplinary survey of Muslim identity and the origins, principles, and practices of Islam, comparing and contrasting them with those of other major religions. Focus on the historical development and current practices of Islam and its impact on philosophy, art, music, architecture, gender, media, popular culture, and politics.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
JAPA 1A

Elementary Japanese

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39189
  • Instructor(s): Inomata

Beginner's course in grammar, composition, and reading. Practice in speaking and understanding Japanese.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Flex 2 D
LALS 11

Drug Wars in the Americas

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 31994
  • Instructor(s): Elkan

Analyzes the impact of drug production and trafficking on Latin America, and the United States; evaluates past and current US drug policy and initiatives and law enforcement strategies; studies the link between transnational organized crime and the connection between drug trafficking, insurgency and terrorism in Latin America.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T, AA, AS 1 Full D
LALS 10

Latinas in the U.S./VOCES

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32048
  • Instructor(s): Landeros

The course will examine the lives and experience of Latinas living in the U.S. It will explore the effects that their experiences have on self esteem. Major social and cultural issues and themes will be discussed and analyzed using a multidisciplinary approach.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T, AA, AS 1 Flex 2 D
LERN 50

College Success

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19, 4/1/19, 4/15/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32081, 34651, 37000, 39043
  • Instructor(s): Stewart, Rowley

Integrates personal growth and values, study strategies, and communication and critical analysis in to lifelong success in academic, professional and personal development. Includes life management, learning styles, personal and educational values, instructor-student communication, diversity, financial literacy, health, memory, concentration, note taking, textbook reading, test-taking, library skills, problem-solving.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
4 Full, Flex 2, Focus C
LERN 55

Successful Online Learning

  • Units: 1
  • Start: 4/15/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32795
  • Instructor(s): Stewart

Master successful online learning in 6 weeks. Gain proficiency using Canvas as a holistic learning environment: access instructions and course materials; participate in community; complete assignments, and receive help from the instructor. Implement behaviors conducive to successful online learning: time management, goal setting, and self-motivation. Apply study strategies to reading e-books, and create study tools for an e-portfolio. For students new to, or seeking to master online learning.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Focus C
LGBT 5

Intro to Lesbian, Bi, Gay & Transgender Studies

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36528
  • Instructor(s): Thomas

This introductory course examines a broad range of contemporary LGBT issues in various domestic and global contexts including bio-medical, sociological and political. Additionally, students have the opportunity to explore intersecting identities while developing research and critical thinking skills vital for further progress in the program.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T, AA, AS 1 Full D
LGBT 24

Male Intimacy & Relationships

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38558
  • Instructor(s): Kaufman

This course studies male to male intimate relationships from a variety of perspectives. Integrating the personal experiences of class members, the course also examines biological, psychological, social, cultural, and legal influences upon men's ability to develop and sustain intimate relationships. Students will gain a better understanding of how to seek and participate in more satisfying relationships as well as how understand and cope with the many forces that impact male same-sex relationships.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA, AS 1 Full D
LGBT 15

Pre-Stonewall Writers/Culture

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36527
  • Instructor(s): Thomas

This global humanities course examines LGBT culture, artists, and writers from ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt, China, Africa and the Americas to Medieval and Renaissance Europe and Mexico through pre-World War II Europe and 1950’s Japan and America. Students assess changing cultural attitudes about gender identity and sexual orientation.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Full D
LI S 10

Use of Information Resources

  • Units: 1
  • Start: 1/28/19, 4/1/19
  • End: 3/22/19, 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39243, 38340
  • Instructor(s): Frankel, Varelas Bojnowski

Students develop skills using a range of information tools and sources, and explore concepts related to information production and sharing. Research topic development, search strategies, content evaluation and citation are covered.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
2 Flex 1, Flex 2
MABS 60

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 30995, 30989
  • Instructor(s): Hector

Introduction to the concepts and skills required for using computer applications for business. Includes fundamental concepts of hardware, the operating system, and the most frequently used office applications: word processing, electronic spreadsheet, database management, presentations, web browser, and email.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS-T 2 Full D
MABS 67

Database for Bus/MS Access

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 31005
  • Instructor(s): Skolnick

Introduction to a relational dynamic database environment using Microsoft's Access relational database software. Experience creating and modifying business databases, including queries, forms, reports and macros.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
MABS 202

PowerPoint Presentations

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36712
  • Instructor(s): Hector

Introduction to the concepts and skills required for creating business presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint. Topics include planning an effective presentation, developing on-screen slides; inserting pictures, tables, charts, and diagrams in to slides; and constructing a slide show with animation, transitions, sound, and timings.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
MABS 101

Spreadsheets/Business/Excel

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38736, 31010, 38678
  • Instructor(s): Fung, Rosenberg

Experience in creating, modifying, and printing spreadsheets using Excel software. Includes creating charts, working with advanced functions, database features, and the use of macros.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 3 Full D
MABS 391

Word Proc/Microsoft Word

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39019
  • Instructor(s): Morales

Experience creating and editing documents using Microsoft Word including paragraph and page formatting; proofing tools, tables, styles, columns, mail merge, headers/footers. Advanced features include building blocks, references, sharing/protecting documents.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
MATH 40

Elementary Algebra

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 30669
  • Instructor(s): Bertens

Operations on real numbers; evaluating, combining, and simplifying polynomials, rational expressions, integer-exponent expressions, and square root expressions; solving linear and quadratic equations, linear inequalities, and systems of linear equations; graphing lines; and applications. Attention to developing proficiency in communication of mathematics, problem solving, and effective learning skills.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full
MATH 60

Intermediate Algebra

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32539, 32540
  • Instructor(s): Bertens

Polynomial and rational expressions; radicals and rational exponents; complex numbers; equations and inequalities; systems of linear equations; distance formula, lines, circles, and parabolas; introduction to functions; introduction to exponential functions and logarithms; and applications. Emphasis on strengthening mathematical communication skills, problem solving skills, and use of multiple representations of functions.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
2 Full
MATH 90

Precalculus Algebra

  • Units:
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38824
  • Instructor(s): Bertens

Real functions and their graphs; one-to-one and inverse functions; polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions; complex numbers and zeros of polynomials; linear systems and matrices; geometric transformations and conic sections; topics in discrete mathematics.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
MUS 27A

Musical Appreciation

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 31806
  • Instructor(s): Ferrara

A survey of Western art music from the Middle Ages to the present, examined within cultural, social, and political contexts. Topics include musical elements, forms, and stylistic features of each historical period, as well as the individual characteristics of its representative composers.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Full D
PHOT 50B

Hist/Aesthetics of Photography

  • Units: 4
  • Start: 1/28/19, 4/1/2019
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 35810, 38041, 38574
  • Instructor(s): Dyer, Vanderkindren

This course examines various aspects of photography, including photographers, photographs and technical innovations, within their historical, social and cultural contexts. Although students will study photography as it has been applied to journalism, science, fashion, advertising, etc., emphasis will be on photography as art.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 2 Full, Flex 2 D
PHOT 52

Photographers and Their Image

  • Units: 1
  • Start: 3/4/19
  • End: 4/19/19
  • CRN: 36304
  • Instructor(s): Gentry

Professional photographers present and discuss their work in technical and aesthetic terms, a unique opportunity for photography students to meet renowned photographers and discuss topics in question and answer format.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Focus
PHOT 57

Photography for the Web

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39198
  • Instructor(s): Massalski

Professional photographers present and discuss their work in technical and aesthetic terms, a unique opportunity for photography students to meet renowned photographers and discuss topics in question and answer format.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D
PSYC 10

Abnormal Psychology

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 34137
  • Instructor(s): Dawgert-Carlin

An introduction to the nature and development of disturbances in mental, emotional, and behavioral functioning. Methods of assessment and classification, current diagnostic criteria, and theoretical models for causation and treatment are discussed in-depth.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA, AS 1 Full D
PSYC 1

General Psychology

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39007, 39008
  • Instructor(s): Tinson

A scientific approach to the study of behavior and mental processes designed for both majors and non-majors. Topics include: research methods, biology of behavior, sensory systems, learning, memory, life-span development, motivation, emotion, personality theories, social psychology, abnormal psychology, and psychotherapy.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T, AA, AS 2 Full D
PSYC 17

Psyc of Eating, Food, & Weight

  • Units: 1
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 4/26/19
  • CRN: 31453
  • Instructor(s): Dawgert-Carlin

An examination of psychological theories and research on eating, weight and food. Includes examination of eating disorders, dieting, the diet industry, and weight management.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Fast
R E 182

Escrow Fundamentals

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 35843
  • Instructor(s): Bello

Basic methods and techniques of escrow procedures and legal responsibilities of individuals engaged in escrow work. Types of instruments used on the job and their preparation, closing statements, disbursement of funds, proration calculations, public and ethical responsibilities.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA, AS 1 Full D
R E 186

Principles of Real Estate Finance

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/14/19, 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39015, 39205
  • Instructor(s): Bello

Analysis of real estate financing, including lending policies in financing residential, commercial and special purpose properties. Emphasis on various methods of financing and lending criteria.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 2 Full D, C
R E 181

Principles of Real Estate

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/14/19, 1/28/19
  • End: 2/22/19, 5/22/19
  • CRN: 35840, 35841
  • Instructor(s): Smith

The fundamental real estate course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate; background and terminology necessary to advanced study in specialized courses. Designed to assist those preparing for the California state real estate salesperson licensing examination.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 2 Focus A, Full D
R E 184

Real Estate Practice

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 2/25/19
  • End: 4/12/19
  • CRN: 35850
  • Instructor(s): Smith

Day-to-day functions and operations of the real estate broker and salesperson. The duties and responsibilities of real estate brokerage including listing, prospecting, advertising, marketing, financing, sales techniques, escrow, ethics, and compliance of state and federal regulations.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Focus B
RUSS 22

Elem Russ For Bilingual Stud

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39191, 39190
  • Instructor(s): Kristal

Second semester course for bilingual students; continuation of elementary grammar, composition and reading; special emphasis on the written aspect of the language

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 2 Full D
RUSS 2

Elem Russian (Cont.)

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38560
  • Instructor(s): Kristal, Kristal

Second semester course: Continuation of elementary grammar; composition and reading; continued practice in conversation.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full
SOC 21

Intro to Research Methods

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39001
  • Instructor(s): Ancheta

Study of the fundamental elements of empirical research and the variety of ways in which sociology applies them. Attention to the logic between theory, concept, hypothesis, and variable and the relationship between population, sample and data.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Full D
SOC 1

Introduction to Sociology

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 32001, 36137, 39004, 39003
  • Instructor(s): Nishimura, Barker

Designed for general education or those students majoring in one of the Behavioral Sciences. Introduction to human interaction from the sociological perspective and through the utilization or sociological concepts, theories and principles. Topics include culture, socialization, organizations, deviance, stratification, institutions, population, and social change.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T, AS-T, AS 4 Full D
SPAN 31

Inter. Span. Bilingual

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39192
  • Instructor(s): Del Toro Vazquez

Designed for bilingual/heritage students who are effective in oral communication in Spanish within their communities, but have little formal training in written forms of the language. Intensive review of grammar, composition, and translation. Emphasis on increasing vocabulary avoiding English interference, reading and writing skills through short essays and guided compositions.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full
SUPV 231

Intro - Supervision/Management

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 39013
  • Instructor(s): Rusali

Concepts of supervision and management including planning, organizing, recruiting, training, decision-making, communication, employee relations, motivation, discipline, rewards/incentives, and grievances.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
1 Full
TH A 30

Introduction to Theatre

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 33584
  • Instructor(s): Parr

This course focuses on the relationship of theatre to various cultures throughout history, and on the contributions of significant individual artists. This course introduces students to elements of the production process including playwriting, acting, directing, design and criticism. Different periods, styles and genres will be surveyed.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Full D
TH A 31

Survey of Classical Drama

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 3/22/19
  • CRN: 33591
  • Instructor(s): Parr

This course focuses on the relationship of theatre to various cultures throughout history, and on the contributions of significant individual artists. This course introduces students to elements of the production process including playwriting, acting, directing, design and criticism. Different periods, styles and genres will be surveyed.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Flex 1 D
TH A 32

Survey of Modern Drama

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 4/1/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 33587
  • Instructor(s): Parr

Readings and analysis of the plays that form the historical foundation of modern European and American drama. Lectures, reading and discussion of plays from ancient Greece, through Shakespeare to the 19th century.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Flex 2 D
TH A 33

Survey of the Art of Comedy

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 38156
  • Instructor(s): Toebe

Readings and analysis of plays that illustrate the major types of drama written for the modern stage. Lectures, reading and discussion of play scripts dating from the advent of 19th Century realism, through the writing of contemporary authors.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA 1 Full D
WOMN 25

Intro to Women's Studies: Femin

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 36333
  • Instructor(s): Lumsden, Arruda

Introduction to the origins, purpose, subject matter, and methods of Women's Studies and to feminist perspectives on a range of social issues affecting women of diverse backgrounds. Study of the formation of gender and its intersections with race, class, sexuality, disability, age, religion, and other systems of difference.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AA-T 1 Full D
WOMN 20

Her/His/Our Stories

  • Units: 3
  • Start: 1/28/19
  • End: 5/22/19
  • CRN: 34334
  • Instructor(s): Lumsden

The course offers strategies for researching individual and community stories to enhance life and career/job choices while emphasizing female oral storytelling traditions. Documentation skills and processes such as formatting, copyediting, layout, and working with multimedia design consultants are also covered.

Transfer Type Sessions Offered Course Length Degree or Certificate
AS 1 Full D