Below is a list of all online courses currently being offered in Spring 2020 by City College of San Francisco. Note that they come in five different lengths with different start dates.

To search for a CityOnline course, please visit the CityOnline Classes page.

To search for a traditional online courses (mostly 17.5 week online courses), please visit the Traditional Online Classes page.

ACCT 1

Financial Accounting

Introduction to accounting information system and recording and reporting of business transactions with a focus on the accounting cycle, terminology, application of basic principles and theories, classified financial statements and statement analysis for decision makers. Includes issues relating to balance sheet valuations, revenue and expense recognition and cash flows. ACCT 1-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English; BSMA 68


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ACCT 1

Financial Accounting

Introduction to accounting information system and recording and reporting of business transactions with a focus on the accounting cycle, terminology, application of basic principles and theories, classified financial statements and statement analysis for decision makers. Includes issues relating to balance sheet valuations, revenue and expense recognition and cash flows. ACCT 1-Sec 932 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English; BSMA 68


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ACCT 1

Financial Accounting

Introduction to accounting information system and recording and reporting of business transactions with a focus on the accounting cycle, terminology, application of basic principles and theories, classified financial statements and statement analysis for decision makers. Includes issues relating to balance sheet valuations, revenue and expense recognition and cash flows. ACCT 1-Sec 933 is an online class with no required meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English; BSMA 68


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ACCT 2

Managerial Accounting

Fundamental concepts and applications of managerial accounting techniques in the business world. Cost determination, cost analysis and control, performance evaluation, and the preparation and use of economic information for internal management purposes. ACCT 2-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ACCT 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ACCT 2

Managerial Accounting

Fundamental concepts and applications of managerial accounting techniques in the business world. Cost determination, cost analysis and control, performance evaluation, and the preparation and use of economic information for internal management purposes. ACCT 2-Sec 932 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ACCT 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ACCT 2

Managerial Accounting

Fundamental concepts and applications of managerial accounting techniques in the business world. Cost determination, cost analysis and control, performance evaluation, and the preparation and use of economic information for internal management purposes. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ACCT 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ACCT 51

Intermediate Accounting

Designed for the students who pursue accounting beyond introductory study. A rapid review of fundamentals, with problems in valuation and presentation of assets, and liabilities, together with a study of analytical procedures. The course meets the educational requirements for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam as determined by the California State Board. ACCT 51-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ACCT 2


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ACCT 57

Accounting with QuickBooks

Design and operate an accounting system using Quickbooks software while following Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Topics include implementing an accounting system for a new company, preparing reports on customer and sales activities, employee and payroll activities and purchase transactions. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ACCT 10 or 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ACCT 58

Accounting Ethics

Ethical standards of the accounting profession with emphasis on contemporary issues confronting accountants and auditors including their social and ethical responsibilities. Topics include the history of ethical thought, tax and auditing fiduciary responsibilities, the America Institute of Certified Public Accountants Code of Professional Conduct, financial statement representations, and the theoretical and practical application of ethical principles in business and accounting. ACCT 58-Sec 831 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ACCT 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ADMJ 64

Community Relations & Policing

An examination of the evolution of policing as it relates to the current progressive policing era. Interrelationships and leadership role expectations among police and the public are studied.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ADMJ 66

Forensic Evidence

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. For course details, students must check Instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ANTH 1

Biological Anthropology

The biological nature of humans and the changes that have occurred from prehistoric times to the present. The place of humans in nature, vertebrate and primate evolution, fossil evidence for human antiquity, individual and population genetics, mechanisms of evolution, and human variation. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Anthropology, Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ANTH 11

Lat Amer Cultures & Societies

Comprehensive and critical analysis of the cultures and traditions of the peoples in Latin America. Critical in-depth study of contemporary society and political systems, inter-ethnic relations, traditional medicinal healing, religions, and sorcery. Analysis of the history and development of Latin American cultures and the impact of state forms of social organization on its traditional societies. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Anthropology, CSU-D1: Anthropology/Archeol., IGETC 4A: Anthropology, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies|

Degree Certificate Course Length
AAFusion (12-weeks)
ANTH 20

LGBT Anthropology

The roles and statuses of homosexuals and other sexual minorities in world cultures, with examples from Native America, the Middle East, Africa, South America, Asia, and Europe. Aspects of culture that affect the lives of sexual minorities, including economics, religion, kinship, marriage, and gender roles, will be examined. ANTH 20-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students check the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Anthropology, CSU-D1: Anthropology/Archeol., CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, CSU-D4: Gender Studies, IGETC 4A: Anthropology, LGBT Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ANTH 3

Cultural Anthropology

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. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Anthropology, CSU-D1: Anthropology/Archeol., IGETC 4A: Anthropology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
ART 101

Western Art History

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. ART 101-Sec 931 is an 8 week, online class running from March 22 – May 20 with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
ART 103

History of Modern Art

Survey of modern and contemporary art in Europe and America from the mid-19th century through the early 21st century. Art will be discussed and analyzed from critical and historical perspectives, formal visual elements of style, and social/cultural contexts. Students will learn to identify pivotal artists, styles, and techniques and to critically analyze art within its cultural framework. ART 103-Sec 931 is a 16 week, online class running from January 27 – May 20 with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Optional honors credit call 415-239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ART 104

Asian Art History

A survey of the artistic heritages of Asia, from Iran in the west to south-eastern regions of Indonesia, spanning five millennia of Asian art history. ART 104 explores the themes and beliefs which give unity to the art of this part of the world, as well as the diverse cultural characteristics which led to the development of national styles. ART 104-Sec 931 is a 16 week, online class that runs from Jan 27 – May 20 with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Optional honors credit call 415-239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu. This is a Working Adult Degree Program course – email www.CCSF.edu/WADP or call (415)267-6573 with questions. The course will open to all students after 12/02/19.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, Asian Studies, CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ART 104

Asian Art History

A survey of the artistic heritages of Asia, from Iran in the west to south-eastern regions of Indonesia, spanning five millennia of Asian art history. ART 104 explores the themes and beliefs which give unity to the art of this part of the world, as well as the diverse cultural characteristics which led to the development of national styles. ART 104-Sec 831 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Optional honors credit call 415-239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, Asian Studies, CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ART 106

Latin American Art History

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. ART 106-Sec 931 is a 16 week, online class that runs from Jan 27-May 20 with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. ART 106, section 931 accepts students for regular credit and, via a contract with the instructor, honors credit. For questions on honors credit call 415-239-3376 or email: skudsi@ccsf.edu.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AAFull (16-weeks)
ART 107

African American Art History

Heritage of West African civilizations prior to and during the slave trade, and of African-Americans from colonial to contemporary times. 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 African-American art. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


African American Studies, Art, CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ART 118

American Art

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. ART 118-Sec 931 is a 16 week, online class that runs from Jan 27 – May 20 with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Optional honors credit call 239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art,CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ART 125A

Basic Design

An introduction to the basic components of two-dimensional design: subject, form, content, with a focus on their dynamic interrelation. Through observation, analysis, discussion of traditional and contemporary approaches in fine and applied arts, students learn to apply the elements and principles of visual organization to creative projects using various media. ART 125-SEC 961 is a 16 week, online class running from January 27 – May 20 with required on-campus meetings every Wednesday from 6:10-9:00 pm in Room 106 of Mission Campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, Completion/concurrent enrollment in ART 130A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, CSU-C1: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, Visual Media Design

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ART 126

Color

A comprehensive course in the study of color, its sources, properties, theories and applications in additive and subtractive media. Develops conceptual and practical skills for effective visual communication utilizing color. Color mixing, color interaction, harmonies, contrasts, optical, spatial, psychological, subjective, cultural, historical uses of color are explored through creative projects. ART 126-Sec 961 is a 16 week, online class running from January 27 – May 20 with required on-campus meetings every Monday from 6:10- 9:00 pm in Room 106 of Mission Campus. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, CCSF E: Humanities,Visual Media Design

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ART 130A

Basic Drawing

A course in the theory and practice of drawing using a variety of media and subject matter. The student will develop drawing skills through the use of line, plane, tone, shape, form, volume, chiaroscuro and perspective. Group and individual instruction related to progressive assignments will encourage subjective and analytical development. ART 130A-Sec 831 is an online class with one required weekly meeting on-campus. Students must attend lab meetings at Fort Mason Campus Building “B” Room 207, every Wednesday from 6:10-9:00 pm. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. ART 130A-Sec 861 is an online class with one required weekly meeting on-campus. Students must attend lab meetings at Fort Mason Campus Building “B” Room 207, every Wednesday from 6-8:50 pm.


Recommended Preparation, Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: ART 125A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, CSU-C1: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, Visual Media Design

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ART 136A

Introduction to Illustration

Introduction to the professional field of illustration. Instruction will focus on principal areas within the field (Editorial, Advertising, Fashion, Fantasy and Scientific), its history, standards, practices and current trends. Students will explore and apply a variety of media and illustration techniques, while developing critical thinking, research, and problem-solving skills. Art 136 A-Sec 861 is an online class with required one weekly on-campus meetings on Thursdays, 6:10 – 9 p.m. in ART 103 at the Ocean campus. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ART 125A and 130A


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Art, Visual Media Design

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ART 136B

Intermediate Illustration

Further exploration of visual communication strategies as they relate to the field of illustration. Experimenting with wet and dry media, use of research, techniques and professional presentation in the development of personal style. Focus on professional problem-solving approach in the following areas: book illustration, graphic narrative, caricature, and character design. Art 136B-Sec 861 is an online class with required campus meetings on Thursdays, 6:10 – 9 p.m. in ART 103 at the Ocean campus. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ART 136A


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Visual Media Design

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ART 136C

Advanced Illustration

Development of professional portfolio, comprehensive layout, and the use of type in illustration; digital imaging techniques and artwork preparation for reproduction; emphasis on advanced development of personal style through an examination of content, materials and techniques, as well as further development of vocabulary and presentational skills for effective visual communication. Art 136 C – Sec 861 is an online class with required campus meetings on Thursdays, 6:10 – 9 p.m. in ART 103 at the Ocean campus. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ART 136B


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Art, Visual Media Design

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ART 145A

Beginning Watercolor

Introduction to the basic characteristics of watercolor: its physicality, tools, techniques, and history. Students will explore methods and techniques in order to develop an understanding of the medium. Emphasis will be placed on aptitude, artistic growth, and technical, perceptual, and conceptual skills to produce and analyze watercolor paintings. ART 145A-Sec 861 is a hybrid online course with required on-campus meetings every Tuesday from 1:10- 4:00 pm in Fort Mason room 203. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ART 125A and ART 130A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ART 145B

Intermediate Watercolor

Further examination of watercolor painting characteristics. Students will explore methods and techniques in order to develop a deeper sensitivity to the medium. Focus on extending one’s knowledge of color and texture. Emphasis on combining traditional and experimental approaches and the development of a personal style and subject matter. ART 145B-Sec 861 is a hybrid online course with required on-campus meetings every Tuesday from 1:10- 4:00 pm in Fort Mason room 203. For course details, students must check instructor’s site.


Recommended Preparation, ART 145A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ART 145C

Special Topics

Students will focus on developing a cohesive body of watercolor and water media paintings. Expanding upon watercolor skills with those related to acrylic, ink, and gouache. Emphasis will be placed on advanced development of a personal content and image style in which materials and techniques play an essential role. ART 145C-Sec 861 is a hybrid online course with required on-campus meetings every Tuesday from 1:10- 4:00 pm in Fort Mason room 203. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ART 145B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ART 145D

Advanced Watercolor

Expanding upon advanced-level watercolor/water media techniques and idea development practices students focus on creating a self-directed, unified body of artwork in order to successfully transfer to a university, art school, or professional practice. Emphasis on creating artwork that connects media, style, content, culture, and meaning; and refinement of critical thinking, presentation, and technical skills. This is the capstone course of the Watercolor family. ART 145D-Sec 861 is a hybrid online course with required on-campus meetings every Tuesday from 1:10- 4:00 pm in Fort Mason room 203. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ASAM 10

Asian American Popular Culture

This course will consider the ways Asian Americans have turned to a wide range of cultural productions such as music, performance arts, visual culture, film, digital/internet cultures and transnational productions to contest and reconstruct ethnic and racial identity in the United States.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ASAM 20

Asian Amer Exprnc Since 1820

Examination of United States history and government through the experience of immigrant groups from China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, and India. Topics include immigration experiences, economic opportunities, culture, family, community, and political and social history. Local field trip may be required. ASAM 20 – Sec 831 is an online class with required final exam on-campus. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 4C: Ethnic Studies, US History, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ASAM 40

The Chinese American Community

Description and analysis of the Chinese American community. The historical background, family and district organizations, power structure, immigrants, cultural pattern and conflicts, and the socioeconomic problems of the Chinese American community. ASAM 40-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website. All students welcome.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, IGETC 4C: Ethnic Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ASAM 40

The Chinese American Community

Description and analysis of the Chinese American community. The historical background, family and district organizations, power structure, immigrants, cultural pattern and conflicts, and the socioeconomic problems of the Chinese American community. ASAM 40-Sec 932 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, IGETC 4C: Ethnic Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ASIA 11

East Asian Calligraphy: Intro

This introductory course examines historical development and cultural aspects of East Asian calligraphy. Course emphasizes Chinese Hanzi characters, but also includes the Japanese Kana syllabary, and the Korean Han’gul alphabet. Includes analysis of their relation with East Asian philosophy, religion, literature, and arts.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 184 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ASTR 1

Cosmic Evolution

Introductory astronomy course with an emphasis on the development of the cosmos and its components. The origin, evolution, and final state of our physical universe. Properties, formation, and evolution of our galaxy and other galaxies, the sun and other stars, and our solar system. Extrasolar planets and the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe. ASTR 1-Sec 831 is an online class with two required meetings on-campus: Midterm and Final. Orientation is optional. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Astronomy, CSU-B1: Physical Science, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ASTR 17

Planets

Methods and practice of planetary science and its impact on humanity. Fundamental physical sciences for understanding the origin and evolution of planetary systems. Comparative examination of planetary attributes including atmospheres, geospheres, magnetospheres, and hydrospheres. Solar System and extra-solar planetary systems and life-bearing possibilities. Detailed planetary information revealed by space missions. ASTR 17-Sec 831 is an online class with two required meetings on-campus: Midterm and final. Orientation is optional. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 30 and ENGL 88 or ESL 188


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ASTR 19

Galaxies and the Universe

Introduction to cosmology, galactic and extragalactic astronomy, with a focus on basic questions of existence: Where do we come from and what is our fate? Covers the universe’s origin, evolution, fate, expansion and acceleration, cosmological models explaining these, large scale structure, dark matter and dark energy, properties and phenomena of galaxies, including the Milky Way and active galactic nuclei. ASTR 19- Sec 831 is an online class with 3 meetings on-campus, Orientation, Midterm and Final. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. ASTR 19-831 accepts students for regular credit and, via a contract with the instructor for honors credit. Questions on honors credit, call 239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu. This section offers optional honors credit: email skudsi@ccsf.edu.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ASTR 19

Galaxies and the Universe

Introduction to cosmology, galactic and extragalactic astronomy, with a focus on basic questions of existence: Where do we come from and what is our fate? Covers the universe’s origin, evolution, fate, expansion and acceleration, cosmological models explaining these, large scale structure, dark matter and dark energy, properties and phenomena of galaxies, including the Milky Way and active galactic nuclei. ASTR 19- Sec 832 is an online class with 3 meetings on-campus, Orientation, Midterm and Final. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. ASTR 19-831 accepts students for regular credit and, via a contract with the instructor for honors credit. Questions on honors credit, call 239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu. This section offers optional honors credit: email skudsi@ccsf.edu.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
BCST 100

Intro to Electronic Media

Development and impact of electronic media institutions of radio, television, cable, satellite, internet, and new media technologies as social, vocational, economic, and political forces in American society. The emphasis of this course is on history, organization, operation, occupation, programming, political development, regulation, and business practices. This class is an online class with no required meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Broadcast Electronic Media Art

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BCST 101

Media Literacy

Critical analysis of aesthetic and thematic aspects of television, cable, streaming audio, video, and mobile device programming. Methods of interpreting visual and oral messages present in news, entertainment, sports and advertising. Impact of emerging technologies on program content and form. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Broadcast Electronic Media Art, CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BCST 103

Mass Media and Society

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.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Broadcast Electronic Media Art, CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BCST 103

Mass Media and Society

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.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Broadcast Electronic Media Art, CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BCST 103

Mass Media and Society

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Broadcast Electronic Media Art, CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
BCST 119

Digital Media Skills

A hands-on overview of computer operations, equipment common to digital video and audio production, industry standard software, media storage, and manipulation of video and audio media with proper management of files. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Broadcast Electronic Media Art

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BCST 119

Digital Media Skills

A hands-on overview of computer operations, equipment common to digital video and audio production, industry standard software, media storage, and manipulation of video and audio media with proper management of files. BCST 119 is an online class with no required meeting on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Broadcast Electronic Media Art

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BCST 163

Media Internship Preparation

This course prepares the student to find and successfully complete a college based or industry based media internship. Students prepare a media resume, learn networking, time management, and interview skills. Students improve work based skills, research media jobs and prepare for media industry employment. BCST 163-831 is an hybrid class with 4 required on-campus meetings including a mandatory orientation. For course details, students must check the instructor’s site.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Broadcast Electronic Media Art

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
BIO 106

Human Anatomy and Physiology

An integrated course covering the fundamental principles of human anatomy and physiology. BIO 106-Sec 831 is an online class with weekly REQUIRED on-campus laboratory meetings on the John Adams Campus in Science 331, every Tuesday from 5:10 – 8:00 pm. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge|

 

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
BIO 11

Science of Living Organisms

The major concepts of the biological sciences including biochemistry, cells, evolution, genetics, bioenergetics, microbiology, botany, mycology, zoology, ecology, and biotechnology BIO 11-Sec 861 is an online class with weekly REQUIRED meetings on the Ocean Campus in Science 315. Students must attend class meetings every Wednesday from 2:10-5 PM on the following dates: 1/15, 1/22, 1/29, 2/5, 2/12, 2/19, 2/26, 3/4, 3/11, 3/18, 3/25, 4/8, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29, 5/6, and 5/20. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
BIO 12

Plant Biology

Introduction to structure, function, evolution, classification and ecology of plants. Topics include life history plants, levels of organization, metabolism, form and function, and a survey of major taxa (including fungi and photosynthetic protists). Laboratory exercises are coordinated with lecture topics and may include field exercises. BIO 12 -Sec 831 is an online class with REQUIRED on-campus laboratory meetings on the Ocean Campus in Science 322, every Wednesday from 2:10-5:00 pm. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
BIO 121

Sanitation Principles Practice

Principles of food-borne illness etiology and transmission; food-borne agents resulting in food spoilage, infections and poisonings; sanitary, preventive and managerial practices mandated by public health laws for food service personnel and health inspectors to ensure food safety. BIO 121- Sec-931 is an online class with two on-campus meetings on the Ocean Campus in SW 14, on Friday, February 21, 11-1 PM and Friday, March 20, 11-1 PM. For course details, students MUST check the instructor’s website for important information.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 184 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Biological Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
BIO 132

Introduction to Nutrition

Emphasis on the practical application of nutrition to everyday life such as planning a healthy diet, assessing one’s nutritional food intake, understanding nutritional labels and useful sources for nutrition information. Scientific principles behind the development of Dietary Reference Intakes (DRls) and Food Guidelines. BIO 132 is an online class that will have an online orientation that will be posted during the first week of class. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 184 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BIO 134

Nutrition for Health Sciences

An introductory nutrition course intended for students interested in entering the allied health fields with emphasis on physiology, metabolism of nutrients, metabolic diseases and dietary modification to optimize recovery and health. Students will understand and evaluate dietary intake, nutritional assessment, and nutrition care commonly used at clinics and hospitals. BIO 134 -Sec 831 (formerly Nutr 12) is an online class with an optional in-person orientation Wednesday, 1/15/19 from 6:00 to 7:00 in S310 on the Ocean Campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 184 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CCSF C: Natural Sciences, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
BIO 134

Nutrition for Health Sciences

An introductory nutrition course intended for students interested in entering the allied health fields with emphasis on physiology, metabolism of nutrients, metabolic diseases and dietary modification to optimize recovery and health. Students will understand and evaluate dietary intake, nutritional assessment, and nutrition care commonly used at clinics and hospitals. BIO 134 -Sec 932 (formerly Nutr 12) is an online class with an optional in-person orientation Wednesday, 1/15/19 from 6:00 to 7:00 in S310 on the Ocean Campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 184 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CCSF C: Natural Sciences, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
BIO 19

Ecology

Fundamental concepts of ecology, field observations and experiments applying the scientific method; chemical and energy cycles; effect of physical and biological environment on community structure; diversity and distribution; population dynamics and interspecific reactions; biodiversity of the genetic, species, and ecosystems level and relevant social ecological problems. BIO 19 Ecology 4.0 L/L W 09:10-12:00 PM SCIE 322 Cannon, J BIO 19 is an online hybrid class with weekly, required on-campus laboratory meetings on the Ocean Campus in SCIE 322, every Wednesday from 9-12:00 pm. For course details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


ADVISE: ENGL 88 or ESL 188


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
BIO 20

Introduction to Ecology

This introductory ecology course will study the relationships between organisms and their environment. We will examine species adaptations, population, community and ecosystem ecology, and survey the worlds biomes. We will also evaluate humanities impacts on the living world and explore sustainable solutions. BIO 20-Sec 931 is an online class that will have an online orientation that will be posted during the first week of class. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BIO 51

Introduction to Genetics

A general survey of the basic principles of genetics and organic evolution with a historical perspective. Classical genetics, molecular genetics, population genetics and evolution, current genetic research and technologies. BIO 51 is an online class that will have an online orientation that will be posted during the first week of class. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 184 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English; High school biology course or BIO 9 or BIO 11


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BIO 9

Human Biology

An introduction to scientific and biological principles through the study of humans as exemplary organisms. Lectures and laboratory exercises will explore current scientific issues, develop critical thinking skills, and examine the structure and function of the human body in relation to health and disease. BIO 9-Sec 862 is an online class with REQUIRED on-campus laboratory meetings on the Ocean Campus in Science 334, every Tuesday from 8:10-11:00 am. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 30; ENGL 88 or ESL 184 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
BIO 9

Human Biology

An introduction to scientific and biological principles through the study of humans as exemplary organisms. Lectures and laboratory exercises will explore current scientific issues, develop critical thinking skills, and examine the structure and function of the human body in relation to health and disease. BIO 9-Sec 861 is an online class with weekly REQUIRED on-campus laboratory meetings on the Ocean Campus in Science 334, every Monday from 2:10 – 5:00 pm. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 30; ENGL 88 or ESL 184 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
BIO 9

Human Biology

An introduction to scientific and biological principles through the study of humans as exemplary organisms. Lectures and laboratory exercises will explore current scientific issues, develop critical thinking skills, and examine the structure and function of the human body in relation to health and disease. BIO 9-Sec 863 is an online class with weekly REQUIRED on-campus laboratory meetings on the Ocean Campus in Science 334, every Wednesday from 5:10 – 8:00 pm. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 30; ENGL 88 or ESL 184 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Biological Sciences, CSU-B2: Life Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
BSEN 70

Grammar & Writing for Business

An intensive review of grammar and punctuation usage. Practice in writing effective business documents such as letters, memorandums, and e-mail messages using well-constructed sentences and paragraphs. Practice in applying editing and proofreading skills. Mandatory on-campus midterm exam and final exam. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
BSEN 74

Written Business Communication

Extensive practice in writing and editing business letters, memorandums, e-mail messages, and other business documents. Class discussions on style, structure, goals of written business communication, and cultural diversity in business. Practice in using appropriate English in business documents. BSEN 74-Sec 961 is an online class with required meetings on-campus. Mandatory on-campus midterm exam and final exam. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, BSEN 70 or ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
BSL 1

Business Law I

The nature, purpose, and sources of law; the historical development of the law and its function with respect to society and business; contracts, agency, tort, criminal law, business ethics, corporation, partnership and legal concepts. BSL 1-Sec 961 is an online class with required orientation, midterm and final exam on the Ocean Campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
BSL 1

Business Law I

The nature, purpose, and sources of law; the historical development of the law and its function with respect to society and business; contracts, agency, tort, criminal law, business ethics, corporation, partnership and legal concepts. BSL 1-Sec 962 is an online class with required orientation, midterm and final exam on the Ocean Campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
BSL 2

Business Law II

Sales, regulation of business, real property, community property, environmental law, employment law, bailment law, wills and trusts, and security regulations. BSL 2-Sec 961 is an online class with required orientation, midterm, and final exam on the Ocean Campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: BSL 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CAD 180

Intro to Technical Drawing

CAD 180 – Sec 831 is an online class with one required campus meeting at Ocean. Campus for final exam. For more information, students must check instructor’s website. CAD 180 and CAD 181 may taken simultaneously. You may also place out of CAD 180 by exam: contact CAD 180 instructor.

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CAHS 100

Introduction to Hospitality

A comprehensive examination of the hospitality industry, including hotels, restaurants, clubs, and the travel and tourism sectors. Emphasis on organizational structures, departments, job classifications, and career paths within each sector. Lecture and discussions are enhanced by industry guest speakers. CAHS 100-Sec 832 is an online class. For course details, students must check instructor’s website .


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Culinary Arts/Hospitality Mgmt

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CAHS 40W

Work Experience

Off campus laboratory training in hotels, restaurants and other allied areas. This course is designed to provide practical experience in the branch of the industry to which the student shows to be best adapted or in which the student desires additional training beyond that given in prior classes. CAHS 40W-Sec 831 – Work Experience is an online class with required on-campus meetings. Six mandatory class meetings on the following dates, time and location: Wednesday from 1/16;2/6;3/6;4/3;5/1 and 5/15 at 10:10-11:00 am in SW 02. This class requires 240 hours of fieldwork. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: Evidence of passing a CA Food Safety Manager Certification exam administered by an accredited food protection manager certification organization (e.g. Servsafe or National Registry of Food Safety Professionals) per SB 602 & CA Health & Safety Code; And approval of CAHS work experience instructor/coordinator


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Culinary Arts/Hospitality Mgmt, Work Experience

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CAHS 43

Principles of Hotel Admn

Comprehensive survey of operating system and components of a hotel-resort facility, including front office, housekeeping, food and beverage, sales and marketing, accounting, property maintenance, human resources management. Describes management administration, concepts, principles, hotel operations as a major industry. Introduction to how revenue management, social media marketing, reputation management, Smith Travel Report and profit and loss statements show the success or failure of a hotel.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Culinary Arts/Hospitality Mgmt

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CDEV 107

Intro to Child Nutrition

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. CDEV 107-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. This section is crosslisted as HLTH 177, you can take either class.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Child Develop/Family Studies, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CDEV 120

Special Education TK-12

  • Start: 2/8/20
  • End: 5/16/20
  • CRN: 32940
  • Instructor: Burt; Staff; Staff; Staff; Staff
  • Instructor website

Introduction to basic issues in special education TK-12 including legal rights of children with disabilities and their families, Individual Educational Plans (IEPs), disability awareness, inclusion, overview of common learning differences, collaboration strategies and community resources. This is an online hybrid class. First class meeting is 2/8, with only 4 face-to-face/in person classes on 2/8, 3/7, 4/11, 5/16


Recommended Preparation, ESL 182 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 184 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Child Develop/Family Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CDEV 53

Child Growth and Development

  • Start: 1/27/20
  • End: 5/20/20
  • CRN: 32165
  • Instructor: Donovan; Staff; Staff; Staff
  • Instructor website

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. CDEV 53-Sec 831 is an online class with three in-person class meetings: 3 MANDATORY FACE TO FACE SESSIONS are for the orientation, the midterm and the final. Face-to-face sessions are on Tuesdays from 6:10-9:00 pm in MUB 255, January 28, March 24 and May 19. For course details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 182 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 184 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, CSU-D9: Psychology, Child Develop/Family Studies, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CDEV 61

Infant Toddler Growth and Development

Physical/sensory-motor, social-emotional, and cognitive/language development of the prenatal period throughout the first three years will be studied with an emphasis on interactions between genetic and environmental factors. Brain development research and major developmental theories are the guiding principles for practice. Caring adults as a foundation for all development will be emphasized. CDEV 61-Sec 831 is a late start online class with no-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 182 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 184 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, Child Develop/Family Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CDEV 62

Infant/Toddler Care in Group Settings

Introduction to relationship-based care in infant/toddler programs supported by current brain development research. Curriculum planning is based on observation, meeting infants/toddlers’ needs and providing positive guidance. Focus is on primary care, continuity of care, and individualized care in small groups. CDEV 62-Sec 831 is a late start online class with no-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 182 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 184 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Child Develop/Family Studie

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CDEV 92

Health Safety Nutrition in ECP

Introduction to laws, regulations, standards, curriculum, policies and procedures related to health safety and nutrition for all children. Components that ensure physical health, mental health and safety for children and staff and the importance of collaboration with families and health professionals. Focus on integrating concepts into planning and program development. CDEV 92-Sec 831 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 182 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 184 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Child Develop/Family Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CHEM 32

Intro to Medical Chemistry

Basic concepts of inorganic and organic chemistry, biochemistry, and physics as they apply to the chemistry and physics of the human body. Chem 32, Section 862: Chem 32 -Sec 862 is an online class with five required meetings on-campus: four midterm exam’s on Friday’s (2/7, 2/28, 3/27, 5/1), 10:10-11:25 am in Sci 136 at Ocean campus, and one final exam on Wednesday, May 13 from 1:30-4:30 pm at Ocean campus (room TBA). For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CHEM 32

Intro to Medical Chemistry

Basic concepts of inorganic and organic chemistry, biochemistry, and physics as they apply to the chemistry and physics of the human body. Chem 32 -Sec 861 is an online class with five required meetings on-campus: four midterm exam’s on Friday’s (2/7, 2/28, 3/27, 5/1), 10:10-11:25 am in Sci 136 at Ocean campus, and one final exam on Wednesday, May 13 from 1:30-4:30 pm at Ocean campus (room TBA). For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CHEM 32

Intro to Medical Chemistry

Basic concepts of inorganic and organic chemistry, biochemistry, and physics as they apply to the chemistry and physics of the human body. Chem 32 -Sec 863 is an online class with five required meeting on-campus: four midterm exam’s on Friday’s (2/7, 2/28, 3/27, 5/1), 10:10-11:25 am in Sci 136 at Ocean campus, and one final exam on Wednesday, May 13 from 1:30-4:30 pm at Ocean campus (room TBA). For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CINE 18

American Cinema

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. CINE 18-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CINE 18

American Cinema

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. CINE 18-Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CINE 18

American Cinema

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.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
CINE 19

Documentary & Digital Media

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. CINE 19-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
CINE 20B

Film History

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. CINE 20B-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CINE 20B

Film History

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU

CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
CINE 20B

Film History

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CINE 21

Introduction to Film Studies

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. CINE 21-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts,CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CINE 21

Introduction to Film Studies

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. CINE 21-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
CINE 72

Nonfiction Scriptwriting

An introductory course that offers essential skills in writing a professional nonfiction script. Attention to research methods supporting content development, interviewing technique, story structure, script format, and cinematic grammar are emphasized. Historical nonfiction films and their influence on current work will also be explored. CINE 72-Sec 931 is a LATE START online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
CMST 1A

Elements Of Public Speaking

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. CMST 1A- Sec 961 is an online class with 5 on campus meetings on Tuesdays from 12:10 PM – 3:30 PM on the following dates: 2/4/20, 2/25/20, 3/24/20, 4/21/20, and 5/12/19 in MUB 398 on Ocean Campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. This section offers regular credit and via a contract with the instructor honors credit.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CMST 1A

Elements Of Public Speaking

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.CMST 1A – Sec 933 is an accelerated online class with NO mandatory meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. This section offers regular credit and via a contract with the instructor honors credit.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFlex 1 (8-weeks)
CMST 1A

Elements Of Public Speaking

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. CMST 1A – Sec 931 is an online class with NO mandatory meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. This section offers regular credit and via a contract with the instructor honors credit.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CMST 1A

Elements Of Public Speaking

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. CMST 1A – Sec 932 is a 16 weeks online class with NO mandatory meetings starting 1/28/19 to 5/22/19. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. This section offers regular credit and via a contract with the instructor honors credit.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CMST 2

Intro to Rhetorical Criticism

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. CMST 2-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A3: Critical Thinking, IGETC 1B: Critical Thinking

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CMST 20

Interpersonal Communication

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. CMST 20-Sec 933 is an 8-week online class with NO required meetings that will run from 3/22/20 to 5/20/20. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website. Students may earn honors credit via contact with the instructor.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
CMST 20

Interpersonal Communication

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. CMST 20-Sec 931 is an 8-week online class with NO required meetings that will run from 1/27/20 to 3/20/20. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website. Students may earn honors credit via contact with the instructor.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
CMST 20

Interpersonal Communication

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. CMST 20-Sec 932 is an 8-week online class with NO required meetings that will run from 1/27/20 to 3/20/20. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website. Students may earn honors credit via contact with the instructor.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
CMST 3

Argumentation and Debate

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. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, CSU-A3: Critical Thinking, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical|

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
CMST 4

Group Communication

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. CMST 4-Sec 961 is an online class with 5 required meetings at the Ocean campus in CLOU 257 on the following Wednesdays from 6 pm-9 pm: 2/5, 2/19, 3/18, 4/8, and 5/8. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A1: Oral Communication, IGETC 1C: Oral Communication, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
CMST 5

Intercultural Communication

This course develops competence in managing conflict and interacting 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. CMST 5-Sec 931 is an accelerated 8-week online class with no required meetings that begins Jan. 27th. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
CNIT 100

Intro to Computers Using PC’s

A computer literacy course using IBM-compatible computers. Prepares students to use computers to write papers, organize information, and use e-mail. Overview of computer components, hardware and software. Fundamentals of the Windows and other operating systems and applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, database, and e-mail and the Internet. Students use computers to complete their class assignments.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CNIT 100

Intro to Computers Using PC’s

A computer literacy course using IBM-compatible computers. Prepares students to use computers to write papers, organize information, and use e-mail. Overview of computer components, hardware and software. Fundamentals of the Windows and other operating systems and applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, database, and e-mail and the Internet. Students use computers to complete their class assignments. CNIT 100-Sec 831 is an online class with an optional orientation meeting on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CNIT 100

Intro to Computers Using PC’s

A computer literacy course using IBM-compatible computers. Prepares students to use computers to write papers, organize information, and use e-mail. Overview of computer components, hardware and software. Fundamentals of the Windows and other operating systems and applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, database, and e-mail and the Internet. Students use computers to complete their class assignments.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CNIT 102

Operating Systems II-Command L

An advanced course covering the use Windows command shells, such as CMD, netsh, nslookup, and PowerShell and CMD shell programs. This course is especially for students planning to take a certificate with concentration in Windows server and client administration, Networking or Hardware, and for advanced Windows shells to create scripts manage Windows severs, Cisco routers and switches and VMware virtual servers. CNIT 102-Sec 831 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 101


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CNIT 103

Computer Hardware

This course provides the knowledge and skills needed to install hardware, configure, repair and maintain computer systems in a typical office environment. Topics include hardware components and peripherals, assembly, upgrading and basic troubleshooting. CNIT 103-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100 or 101 or 102.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 104

Operating Systems Technologies

This course provides the knowledge and skills to select and install system software, and to diagnose and troubleshoot system problems due to software configuration. Covers all aspects of the operating system, configuration files, drivers, and resource allocation. Topics include computer architecture and the interaction of hardware and software, documentation, command line operations, use of utilities for diagnostics and for configuration, and editing the Registry. CNIT 104-Sec 831 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 103


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 105

IT Customer Support

Introduction to the field of technical support, including the critical people skills and exceptional technical knowledge required to provide outstanding service. Emphasis on information resources and technical tools needed most to function effectively in a technical support position.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 103; CNIT 104


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 106

Introduction to Networks

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. CNIT 106-Sec 931 is a late start online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100 or 101


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 106

Introduction to Networks

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. CNIT 106-Sec 833 is an online class with 1 optional in-person orientation on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100 or 101


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 107

Wireless LANs

Selection, installation and configuration of wireless networks, including: fundamentals and standards of wireless communication, installation of network access point, and installation, configuration and managme4nt of typical products. Also included: common applications, monitoring the network, security, troubleshooting, upgrade and modification. Students in this course should be already familiar with LAN technologies.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 106 or 201E or 342


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 120

Network Security

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). CNIT 120-Sec 932 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 106 or 201C


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 120

Network Security

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). CNIT 120-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 106 or 201C


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 120

Network Security

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).


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 106 or 201C


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 121

Computer Forensics

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. CNIT 121-Sec 832 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 120


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 121

Computer Forensics

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. CNIT 121-Sec 832 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 120


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 122

Firewalls

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). CNIT122-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 106 or 120 or 201C


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 123

Ethical Hacking & Network Defe

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. CNIT 123-Sec 961 is an online class with an optional orientation meeting on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 106 or 120 or 201C


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 123

Ethical Hacking & Network Defe

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. CNIT 123 -Sec 832 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 106 or 120 or 201C


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 129

Web 2.0 Internet Technologies

Overview of Web 2.0 Internet technologies. Techniques for contributing and sharing documents, photos, videos and other data using blogs, wikis, social networking, video and photo sharing websites, and other tools.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CNIT 131

Internet Basics & Begin HTML

Methods of using the Internet. History, design and protocol methods used on Internet including: electronic mail, connection to remote computers, file transfer, World Wide Web, basic web page creation and publishing using HTML and CSS. Additional topics include: computer security, copyright and electronic commerce, and basic Unix shell commands requisite to shell account use.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 131

Internet Basics & Begin HTML

Methods of using the Internet. History, design and protocol methods used on Internet including: electronic mail, connection to remote computers, file transfer, World Wide Web, basic web page creation and publishing using HTML and CSS. Additional topics include: computer security, copyright and electronic commerce, and basic Unix shell commands requisite to shell account use.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 131 H

Intro to HTML & CSS

This is a beginning course in the use of HTML and CSS. It will prepare students to build simple web pages using basic HTML and CSS. Students will also learn how to use FTP client software to upload the web page files to a web server. CNIT 131H-Sec 831 is a late start, short-term online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science|

Degree Certificate Course Length
Focus A (6-weeks)
CNIT 132

Intermediate HTML and CSS

Intermediate and advanced HTML and CSS, based on W3C latest standards, to publish information on the World Wide Web, including images, multimedia, tables, and forms. Cascading Style Sheets used to standardize the appearance of web pages. Introduction to JavaScript, XML and server side technology (CGI-scripts and/or PHP).


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 131.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CNIT 132

Intermediate HTML and CSS

Intermediate and advanced HTML and CSS, based on W3C latest standards, to publish information on the World Wide Web, including images, multimedia, tables, and forms. Cascading Style Sheets used to standardize the appearance of web pages. Introduction to JavaScript, XML and server side technology (CGI-scripts and/or PHP). CNIT 132-Sec 831 is online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 131


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 133

Interactive Web Pages – JavaScript

Creation of interactive Web pages using JavaScript, including properties, methods, objects, and event handlers of the Document Object Model (DOM). Creation of interactive Web pages using jQuery and AJAX techniques. CNIT 133-Sec 831 is online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 132


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 134

Server Side Tech for the Web

Creation and maintenance of web pages using server side technologies such as ASP.NET. Server controls, HTML controls, database access, validation of input data, sitemap, navigation (menu) based on the most current ASP.NET technology. CNIT 134-Sec 831 is an online class with no required meeting on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Interactive pages with ASP.NET and Visual Studio.


PREREQ.: CNIT 133 or CS 110A or CS 111A or CS 112A or CS 113A Recommended Preparation, CNIT 132


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
CNIT 201C

Introduction to Cisco Networks

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. This class is part of CityOnline and has a shorter semester. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFlex 1 (8-weeks)
CNIT 201C

Introduction to Cisco Networks

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. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFlex 1 (8-weeks)
CNIT 202C

Routing & Switching Essentials

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 RIPvl, RIPv2, single-area OSPF, virtual LAN, and inter-VLAN routing in IPv4 and IPv6 networks. Second course in Cisco Networking Academy towards CCENT and CCNA Certifications. CNIT 202C- Sec 931 is an online class with optional lab meetings at the Ocean campus Science 37. Finish CCNA certificate in one year. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 201C


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFlex 2 (8-weeks)
CNIT 420

Microsoft Azure Administration

Azure administrator skills training needed to be successful deploying Software-as-a-Service (Saas), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions. Includes training in planning IaaS solutions for fault tolerance and performance, deployment of Virtual Machines (VMs), and systems management using Windows Powershell and the Azure CLI V2.


PREREQ.: CNIT 101 Recommended Preparation, CNIT 416


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CS 110A

Intro to Programming

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 110A

Intro to Programming

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. It will be finished in March, so that you can take CS 111B (CRN 30484 or 32776) or CS 131B (CRN 32676) after it. This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFlex 1 (8-weeks)
CS 110A

Intro to Programming

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. For course details, including textbook information and math advisory, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 110A

Intro to Programming

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. This class is part of CityOnline and has a shorter semester. It will be finished in March, so that you can take CS 111B (CRN 30484 or 32776) or CS 131B (CRN 32676) after it. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFlex 1 (8-weeks)
CS 110A

Intro to Programming

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. For course details, including textbook information and math advisory, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 110B

Programming Fundamentals: C++

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.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A or CS 111A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 110B

Programming Fundamentals: C++

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. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A or CS 111A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 110C

Data Structures & Algorit: C++

Analysis and design of computer algorithms and the underlying data structures using an object-oriented approach. Analysis of algorithm timing and efficiency. Study of lists, stacks, queues, trees, searching, sorting, and recursion. Introduction to Unified Modeling Language (UML), heaps, graphs, tables, hashing, and direct access files. Further study of abstract data types. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: CS 110B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 111B

Programming Fundamentals: Java

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. The class starts in March so that you can take CS 110A (CRN 32578 or 32583) before it. This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A or CS 111A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFlex 2 (8-weeks)
CS 111B

Programming Fundamentals: Java

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. This is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A or CS 111A.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 111B

Programming Fundamentals: Java

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. This is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A or CS 111A.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 111B

Programming Fundamentals: Java

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. This class is part of CityOnline and has a shorter semester. It starts in March, so that you can take CS 110A (CRN 32578 or 32583) before it. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A or CS 111A.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFlex 2 (8-weeks)
CS 111C

Data Structures & Algo: Java

The analysis and design of computer algorithms and their underlying data structures. Analysis of the timing and efficiency of algorithms. Study of lists, stacks, queues, trees, backtracking, searching, sorting and recursion. Introduction to graphs, hash tables, heaps, priority queues and direct access files. Further study of abstract data types and object-oriented programming. This is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: CS 111B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 111C

Data Structures & Algo: Java

The analysis and design of computer algorithms and their underlying data structures. Analysis of the timing and efficiency of algorithms. Study of lists, stacks, queues, trees, backtracking, searching, sorting and recursion. Introduction to graphs, hash tables, heaps, priority queues and direct access files. Further study of abstract data types and object-oriented programming. This is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: CS 111B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 111C

Data Structures & Algo: Java

The analysis and design of computer algorithms and their underlying data structures. Analysis of the timing and efficiency of algorithms. Study of lists, stacks, queues, trees, backtracking, searching, sorting and recursion. Introduction to graphs, hash tables, heaps, priority queues and direct access files. Further study of abstract data types and object-oriented programming. This is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: CS 111B.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
CS 112

Beginning iPhone Programming

This course provides a hands on, project based curriculum for first-time programmers to learn the very basics of computer programming using the Swift language. Students will learn how to use variables, basic logic, and simple Object Oriented Programming to create working apps. This is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CS 131B

Prog Fundamentals: Python

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. This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 131B

Prog Fundamentals: Python

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. This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 131B

Prog Fundamentals: Python

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. This class is part of CityOnline and has a shorter semester. It starts in March, so that you can take CS 110A (CRN 32578 or 32583) before it. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
CS 132A

Ruby Programming

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. This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110A or 111A or 113A or 130A or 160B.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Networking & Info Tech, Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 150A

Intro to SQL Databases & NoSQL

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 150A

Intro to SQL Databases & NoSQL

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 150A

Intro to SQL Databases & NoSQL

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. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 150A

Intro to SQL Databases & NoSQL

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. CS 150A -Sec 831 is an online course with no required face-to-face meetings. For details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CS 150A

Intro to SQL Databases & NoSQL

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. CS 150A -Sec 833 is online courses with no required face-to-face meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Computer Science, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
CS 160A

Introduction to Unix/Linux

Introduction to using the Unix/Linux operating system. Unix/Linux file management and common text processing utilities including searching. This is a short-term online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
CS 160A

Introduction to Unix/Linux

Introduction to using the Unix/Linux operating system. Unix/Linux file management and common text processing utilities including searching. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
CS 160A

Introduction to Unix/Linux

Introduction to using the Unix/Linux operating system. Unix/Linux file management and common text processing utilities including searching. This is a short-term online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
CS 160B

Unix/Linux Shell Scripting

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. This is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 160A or demonstration of CS 160A exit skills


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
CS 160B

Unix/Linux Shell Scripting

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. This is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 160A or demonstration of CS 160A exit skills


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
CS 177

Software Engineering

Introduction to principal software engineering processes and pitfalls. Focus on user needs, development organizations, methodologies, testing, and tools. Use of techniques and tools including Agile Software Development, Test-Driven Development, and version control. This is a short-term online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, Prior programming experience such as ; CS 110A or CS 111A or CS 113A or CS 130A or CS 131B or CS 132A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 211S

Adv. Java: Standard Edition

Introduces advanced Java language features and packages that are essential for building Java Standard Edition applications. Topics include multithreading, collections, generics, Swing classes, lambdas, functional programming, and streams. Helps prepare students for industry certification in Java programming. This is a short-term online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, CS 111B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 231

Advanced Python Programming

Second course in the Python programming language. Covers resources, practices, and modules used by successful Python programmers; processes in the Python ecosystem; documentation, debugging, and testing; data serialization and use of persistent stores and web services; various implementations of the Python language. Students write useful programs demonstrating mastery of these techniques, which are applicable to real world problems. This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ: CS 131B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
CS 270

Comp Architecture w/ Assembly

Basic computer organization including the instruction cycle, parts of CPU (Central Processing Unit), memory hierarchy including caching, pipelining, exception handling, and issues of multiprocessing. Write assembly language programs using a sample architecture. Translation from high-level code is discussed. Basic hardware components and control circuits are designed in logic using combinational and sequential circuits. This is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ: CS 110B or CS 111B Recommended Preparation, CS 160A and MATH 115


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Computer Science

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ECON 1

Principles of Macroeconomics

General principles, terminology, and methodology of economics with emphasis on macroeconomics. Economic organization and institutions, markets, national income analysis, business cycles, models of aggregate economic analysis, macroeconomic equilibrium, money and banking, fiscal and monetary policy, economic growth, fundamentals of international economics. ECON 1 – Sec 931 is an online class and has a shorter semester (16 weeks) starting on January 27 and ending on May 20 and has no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 40 or equivalent


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D2: Economics, IGETC 4B: Economics, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ECON 1

Principles of Macroeconomics

General principles, terminology, and methodology of economics with emphasis on macroeconomics. Economic organization and institutions, markets, national income analysis, business cycles, models of aggregate economic analysis, macroeconomic equilibrium, money and banking, fiscal and monetary policy, economic growth, fundamentals of international economics. ECON 1 – Sec 932 is an online class and has a shorter semester (16 weeks) starting on January 27 and ending on May 20 and has no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 40 or equivalent


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D2: Economics, IGETC 4B: Economics, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ECON 1

Principles of Macroeconomics

General principles, terminology, and methodology of economics with emphasis on macroeconomics. Economic organization and institutions, markets, national income analysis, business cycles, models of aggregate economic analysis, macroeconomic equilibrium, money and banking, fiscal and monetary policy, economic growth, fundamentals of international economics. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 40 or equivalent


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D2: Economics, IGETC 4B: Economics, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ECON 3

Principles of Microeconomics

General principles and terminology of economics, with emphasis on microeconomics. Supply and demand theory, utility, elasticity, production, costs, revenues, market structures, income distribution, market failures and government policy, and international trade. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 40 or equivalent


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D2: Economics, IGETC 4B: Economics, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ECON 3

Principles of Microeconomics

General principles and terminology of economics, with emphasis on microeconomics. Supply and demand theory, utility, elasticity, production, costs, revenues, market structures, income distribution, market failures and government policy, and international trade. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 40 or equivalent


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D2: Economics, IGETC 4B: Economics, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
ECON 5

Introductory Statistics

Application of statistical methods and interpretation of statistical findings to facilitate decision-making in Economics, Business, Political Science and other Social Sciences. Data sources, types and interpretation; descriptive statistics; probability theory; discrete and continuous probability distributions; sampling distributions; confidence intervals; hypothesis tests; nonparametric statistics; simple linear regression analysis; computer-based statistical analysis. ECON 5 – Sec 831 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 60 or 92, or placement into MATH 90 or higher, or other demonstration of MATH 60 or 92 exit skills


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
ECON 5

Introductory Statistics

Application of statistical methods and interpretation of statistical findings to facilitate decision-making in Economics, Business, Political Science and other Social Sciences. Data sources, types and interpretation; descriptive statistics; probability theory; discrete and continuous probability distributions; sampling distributions; confidence intervals; hypothesis tests; nonparametric statistics; simple linear regression analysis; computer-based statistical analysis. Econ 5 Sec 832 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
EMT 104

Adv Skills for EMS Providers

This course is a review of the advanced life support psychomotor competency portfolio approved by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) at the paramedic level. The course incorporates advanced diagnostic and treatment competencies into the systematic assessment of critical and non-critical medical and trauma patients in simulated scenarios. EMT 104-Sec 831 is an online (hybrid) class with weekly REQUIRED on-campus meetings on the John Adams Campus in room 47B, every Tuesday from 1 pm- 2:50 pm For course details students must check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: EMT 100


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Health Care Technology

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ENGL 1A

University Read & Composition

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking with a major research component. Reading, writing, and research assignments are based predominately on non-fiction texts. ENGL 1A-Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


PREREQ.: ENGL 88 or ENGL 88B or ESL 188 or placement in ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A2: Written Communication, English, IGETC 1A: English Composition, CCSF B: Written Composition

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1A

University Read & Composition

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking with a major research component. Reading, writing, and research assignments are based predominately on non-fiction texts. ENGL 1A-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Please review instructor’s website for more information.


PREREQ.: ENGL 88 or ENGL 88B or ESL 188 or placement in ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A2: Written Communication, English, IGETC 1A: English Composition, CCSF B: Written Composition

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1A

University Read & Composition

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking with a major research component. Reading, writing, and research assignments are based predominately on non-fiction texts. ENGL 1A-Sec 933 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


PREREQ.: ENGL 88 or ENGL 88B or ESL 188 or placement in ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A2: Written Communication, English, IGETC 1A: English Composition, CCSF B: Written Composition

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1A

University Read & Composition

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking with a major research component. Reading, writing, and research assignments are based predominately on non-fiction texts. ENGL 1A-Sec 934 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


PREREQ.: ENGL 88 or ENGL 88B or ESL 188 or placement in ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A2: Written Communication, English, IGETC 1A: English Composition, CCSF B: Written Composition

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1A

University Read & Composition

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking with a major research component. Reading, writing, and research assignments are based predominately on non-fiction texts. ENGL 1A-Sec 934 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details. Late Start Dates: 1/27/20 – 5/20/20


PREREQ.: ENGL 88 or ENGL 88B or ESL 188 or placement in ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A2: Written Communication, English, IGETC 1A: English Composition, CCSF B: Written Composition

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1A

University Read & Composition

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking with a major research component. Reading, writing, and research assignments are based predominately on non-fiction texts. ENGL 1A-Sec 936 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


PREREQ.: ENGL 88 or ENGL 88B or ESL 188 or placement in ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A2: Written Communication, English, IGETC 1A: English Composition, CCSF B: Written Composition

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
ENGL 1B

Writing about Literature

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking applied to literature, including poetry, drama, and fiction. Essay writing employing methods of literary analysis, academic research, and critical thinking. ENGL 1B-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A3: Critical Thinking, CSU-C2: Humanities, English, IGETC 1B: Critical Thinking, IGETC 3B: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1B

Writing about Literature

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking applied to literature, including poetry, drama, and fiction. Essay writing employing methods of literary analysis, academic research, and critical thinking. ENGL 1B-Sec 935 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details. This section is partnered with the Writing Success Project (TRIO). Study groups with an embedded tutor are offered two times per week for extra support. Learn more at www.ccsf.edu/wsp. Dates: 1/27/20 – 5/20/20


PREREQ.: ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A3: Critical Thinking, CSU-C2: Humanities, English, IGETC 1B: Critical Thinking, IGETC 3B: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1B

Writing about Literature

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking applied to literature, including poetry, drama, and fiction. Essay writing employing methods of literary analysis, academic research, and critical thinking. ENGL 1A-Sec 933 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


PREREQ.: ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A3: Critical Thinking, CSU-C2: Humanities, English, IGETC 1B: Critical Thinking, IGETC 3B: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1B

Writing about Literature

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking applied to literature, including poetry, drama, and fiction. Essay writing employing methods of literary analysis, academic research, and critical thinking. ENGL 1B-Sec 934 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


PREREQ.: ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A3: Critical Thinking, CSU-C2: Humanities, English, IGETC 1B: Critical Thinking, IGETC 3B: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
ENGL 1B

Writing about Literature

University-parallel reading, writing, and critical thinking applied to literature, including poetry, drama, and fiction. Essay writing employing methods of literary analysis, academic research, and critical thinking. ENGL 1B-Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


PREREQ.: ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A3: Critical Thinking, CSU-C2: Humanities, English, IGETC 1B: Critical Thinking, IGETC 3B: Humanities|

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 1C

Writing about Nonfiction

A course in composition and rhetoric that helps students hone a style appropriate for upper-division work that integrates the close reading of nonfiction and the writing of expository and argumentative essays. Focus on sharpening critical thinking skills, analyzing and evaluating texts, and writing text-based prose. Prior to registering, students must check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: ENGL 1A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-A3: Critical Thinking, English, IGETC 1B: Critical Thinking

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL 26C

Sentence Combining

This course teaches the rules of English grammar and sentence-combining techniques to help students understand and fix common grammatical errors and write more sophisticated sentences. ENGL 26C-931 is part of CityOnline and is a late-start/shorter semester class with no required meetings on campus. For course details, students must check with the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Focus C (6-weeks)
ENGL 48C

Science Fiction and Fantasy

The roots, twentieth-century rise, and contemporary status of the science fiction and fantasy literary genres are studied. Focus is on recurrent themes and tropes, as well as the mythological, philosophical, and socio-cultural foundations from which they arise. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities|

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
ENGL26A

Sentence Core

This course teaches the fundamentals of parts of speech and strategies for identifying errors in pronoun and verb use to help students understand and fix common grammatical errors. ENGL 26A-931 is part of CityOnline and has a shorter semester with no required meetings on campus. For course details, students must check with the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Focus A (6-weeks)
ENGL26B

Sentence Structure

This course teaches the fundamentals of sentence structure and strategies to help students understand and fix common grammatical errors. ENGL 26B-931 is part of CityOnline and is a late-start/shorter semester class with no required meetings on campus. For course details, students must check with the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Focus B (6-weeks)
ENGN 10A

Intro to Engin: The Profession

The history and development of engineering as a profession. Engineering disciplines, job functions, educational requirements, transfer school information, academic success strategies, workplace skills, engineering ethics, sustainability principles applied to engineering, current and projected activities in the various branches of engineering. ENGN 10A-Sec 831 is an online class with 1 mandatory evening session at the Ocean Campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s site.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Engineering and Technology

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ENGN 36

Engineering Mechanics-Statics

A first course in engineering mechanics: properties of forces, moments, couples and resultants; two- and three-dimensional force systems acting on engineering structures in equilibrium; analysis of trusses, and beams; distributed forces, shear and bending moment diagrams, center of gravity, centroids, friction, and area and mass moments of inertia. ENGN 36 Sec 831 is an online class with 2 required campus meetings at the Ocean Campus: An orientation, a midterm exam and a final exam. For more information, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: PHYC 4A and Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: MATH 110C


Recommended Preparation, ENGN 10B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Engineering and Technology

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
ENRG 3

Intro to Alternative Energy

Introduction to the science that underpin alternative energy resources and their implementation in various contexts. Covers: fundamental energy science and math; climate change; national and global energy trends; solar, wind, and hydro resources; photoelectric effect; photosynthesis; geothermal; and nuclear. Explores each resource in terms of technological options, sustainability, and feasibility. ENGN 3-Sec 831 is an online class. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Accompanying lab course ENRG 3L not required and not offered in Spring.


Recommended Preparation, Concurrent enrollment in ENRG 3L


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, Engineering and Technology, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
F SC 55

Wildland Fire Control

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. F SC 55 -Sec 961. F SC 55 -Sec 961 is an online class with face-to-face meetings. This will occur on dates outlined in the class syllabus. There will be a mandatory pre-class face-to-face meeting, which will occur on Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020, at John Adams Campus classroom 45 from 1000-1200 hours. For course details, students must check the instructor website. Instructor Jim Connors can be contacted at jconnors@ccsf.edu for any questions.


PREREQ.: F SC 50


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Fire Science Technology

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
FASH 53

Fashion Forecasting

The theories and frameworks underlying forecasting in the textile and apparel industry. The factors involved in planning and presenting the forecast. Emphasis on using print, Internet and broadcast information in competitive analysis. FASH 53 – Sec 831 is an online class with required meetings at the Downtown Center from 2:10pm – 5:00pm on Thursdays on 1/16, 2/13, 3/12, 4/16, and 5/14 at the Downtown Campus 88 4th Street, Room 724. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Fashion

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
FREN 1

Elementary French

This introductory course will develop the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course also introduces some cultural aspects of France and the francophone world. FREN 1 -Sec 861 is an online class with 2 meetings per week, Tuesday and Thursday from 11:10-12:25 PM. Please check online schedule for room number. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or any City College or university foreign language course or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
FREN 2

Cont. Elementary French

Second semester course. Continuation of elementary grammar, composition and reading; continued practice in speaking and understanding French. Introduction to Francophone cultures. FREN 2 -Sec 831 is an online class with 2 meetings per week, Tuesday and Thursday from 11:10-12:25 PM. Please check online schedule for room number. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: FREN 1 OR FREN 1B or demonstration of FREN 1or 1B exit skills.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 6: Languages not English, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF E: Humanities|

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
FREN 42

Contemporary French Culture and Civilization

Aspects of French culture and civilization from the entre-deux-guerres period to the present. Insights into the historical and traditional forces which have contributed to the current and emerging conditions of France.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
GERM 1B

Elem German

Grammar, composition and reading; practice in speaking and understanding simple German. GERM 1B -Sec 933 is an online class with no in-person meetings. Before enrolling in the course, please consult the website for course details.


PREREQ.: GERM 1A or demonstration of GERM 1A exit skills.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HIST 1

The U.S. Since 1900

An in-depth history of the United States since 1900, with emphasis on the more important political, economic, social, artistic, and cultural aspects of American life and on the role of the United States in world affairs. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. This section uses Open Educational Resources. All required readings and materials are available at no cost online in Canvas.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4F: History, US History, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HIST 17A

The United States

The history of the United States from the indigenous civilizations to the present. A survey of the more important political, economic, social, artistic and cultural aspects of American life as well as the role of the United States in world affairs. History 17A: Indigenous civilizations through Reconstruction. HIST 17A-Sec 931 is part of City Online and has a shorter semester (16 weeks) starting on January 27 and ending on May 20 with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4F: History, US History, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HIST 17A

The United States

The history of the United States from the indigenous civilizations to the present. A survey of the more important political, economic, social, artistic and cultural aspects of American life as well as the role of the United States in world affairs. History 17A: Indigenous civilizations through Reconstruction. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4F: History, US History, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HIST 17A

The United States

The history of the United States from the indigenous civilizations to the present. A survey of the more important political, economic, social, artistic and cultural aspects of American life as well as the role of the United States in world affairs. History 17A: Indigenous civilizations through Reconstruction. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4F: History, US History, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HIST 40

History of California

Examine the forces, events, and lives that shaped California, beginning with native cultures and Spanish exploration and colonization. The course will focus on the roles and interactions of Native Americans, Latino Americans, European Americans, and Asian Americans within the broader context of California’s political, economic, cultural, and social history. HIST 40-Sec 931 is part of City OnLIne and has a shorter semester (16 weeks) beginning on January 27 and ending on May 20 with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 188 or ENGL 88 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4F: History, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HIT 50A

Medical Terminology – Helath Information Technology

Introductory course on the roots, prefixes, suffixes and abbreviations used to form and define medical terminology. The systems based terminology covers anatomy, vocabulary, disease states, diagnostic procedures, laboratory findings and standard pharmaceuticals in systems such as: gastrointestinal, cardiovascular and genitourinary.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Health Care Technology

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
HIT 51

Basic Medical Terminology – Health Information Technology

Basic course in medical terminology covering roots, prefixes, suffixes, and abbreviations related to the gastrointestinal and cardiovascular systems. Recommended for students applying to the medical interpreter program and those exploring entry into health careers.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Health Care Technology

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
HLTH 10

Health And Aging

Introduction to gerontology for students pursuing careers in the aging field and those who will work with older adults in varied work settings. Employs a multidisciplinary perspective, incorporating biology, psychology, sociology, and public health approaches. It uses gerontology theory, research, and practice with social justice and multicultural perspectives. HLTH 10-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check Canvas.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 177

Intro to Child Nutrition

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. HLTH 177-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details students must check instructor’s website. This section is crosslisted as CDEV 107, you can take either class.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Health Education, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HLTH 202

CHW Principles & Practice 2

Students will continue to develop core CHW competencies such as cultural humility and client-centered health education, counseling and care management services. They will continue to enhance professional skills essential for success in the field, and will study concepts and skills for providing group and community-centered assessment, education, support and advocacy services. HLTH 202 – Sec 861 is a hybrid class – a combination of in-person and online learning – that will meet in-person each week. Students will also be required to engage in additional online study each week through the Canvas course website. Students must check the course website.


PREREQ.: HLTH 201


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Health Education

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
HLTH 203

Professional Skills for CHWs

This course addresses key professional concepts and skills for students enrolled in the Community Health Worker Certificate program and co-enrolled in an internship course. HLTH 203 – Sec 961 is a hybrid class – a combination of in-person and online learning – that will meet in-person on 1/30, 2/20, 3/5, 3/19, 4/9, 4/23 and 5/7 from 5:10-7:30 PM in MUB 380. Students will also be required to engage in additional online study each week through the Canvas course website. Students must check the course website.


PREREQ: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: HLTH 202 COREQ.: HLTH 203W


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Health Education, Work Experience

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HLTH 221

Health and Social Justice

Explore the role of social injustices as root causes of the uneven distribution of ill health according to class, race and gender. Students will examine current issues, the process for influencing change and the role of social movements in creating more healthy and equitable communities. Students will also build their skills to effectively advocate for health and social justice.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 188 or ENGL 88 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, Health Education, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 25

Women’s Health

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. HLTH 25 -Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, LGBT Studies, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge, CCSF H2: Women’s Studies, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 25

Women’s Health

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, LGBT Studies, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge, CCSF H2: Women’s Studies, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 27

Men’s Health

Exploration of the social determinants and issues related to men’s health on the individual and community levels. Emphasis on evaluation of health resources, behavior change process, and role of risk factors and prevention. HLTH 27 – Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, LGBT Studies, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 27

Men’s Health

Exploration of the social determinants and issues related to men’s health on the individual and community levels. Emphasis on evaluation of health resources, behavior change process, and role of risk factors and prevention. HLTH 27 -Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, LGBT Studies, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 30

Drugs & Society

This course offers an examination of the history of alcohol, tobacco and drug use. Students will analyze and critically examine drug policies and the impact on culturally diverse, marginalized, and low income communities. HLTH 30 – Sec 861 is a hybrid class – a combination of in-person and online learning – that will meet in-person on 2/11, 2/25, 3/17, 4/7, 4/21, 5/5, and 5/12 at 4:10-8:10pm in MUB 340. Students will also be required to engage in additional online study each week through the Canvas course website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASTraditional
HLTH 33

Intro to Health & Wellness

Introduction to the causes and consequences of illness and the promotion of individual, family and community health based on research in public health, social and behavioral sciences. Examination of the causes, consequences, available treatments and strategies for prevention of major health conditions across the life cycle. HLTH 33-Sec 933 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HLTH 33

Intro to Health & Wellness

Introduction to the causes and consequences of illness and the promotion of individual, family and community health based on research in public health, social and behavioral sciences. Examination of the causes, consequences, available treatments and strategies for prevention of major health conditions across the life cycle. HLTH 33-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HLTH 33

Intro to Health & Wellness

Introduction to the causes and consequences of illness and the promotion of individual, family and community health based on research in public health, social and behavioral sciences. Examination of the causes, consequences, available treatments and strategies for prevention of major health conditions across the life cycle. HLTH 33-Sec 933 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
Focus A (6-weeks)
HLTH 33

Intro to Health & Wellness

Introduction to the causes and consequences of illness and the promotion of individual, family and community health based on research in public health, social and behavioral sciences. Examination of the causes, consequences, available treatments and strategies for prevention of major health conditions across the life cycle. HLTH 33-Sec 934 is a LATE-start online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
Focus B (6-weeks)
HLTH 33

Intro to Health & Wellness

Introduction to the causes and consequences of illness and the promotion of individual, family and community health based on research in public health, social and behavioral sciences. Examination of the causes, consequences, available treatments and strategies for prevention of major health conditions across the life cycle. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge|

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HLTH 48

Violence a Public Health Issue

Public health perspectives on diverse types of violence, with a focus on trends over time, causes and risk factors of violence, in order to develop strategies for violence prevention. Trauma and other consequences of violence will be examined. Community-based prevention skills such as educational outreach and policy advocacy are introduced and practiced in this course. HLTH 33-Sec 831 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 186 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge|

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 52

Global Health

Explores the primary determinants of global health, inequalities in health status among nations, and current challenges, controversies and public policy priorities. HTLH 52 -Sec 931 is an online classes with no required meetings on-campus. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding,Health Education, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HLTH 53

Personal and Community Health

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. HLTH 53 -Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 53

Personal and Community Health

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. HLTH 53 – Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must visit the instructor website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 54

Introduction to Public Health

An introduction to public health approaches and tools, drawn from epidemiology, health policy, behavioral health, environmental health, community organizing, maternal and child health and other public health disciplines. Students examine contemporary health challenges with an emphasis on addressing social determinants to improve health for all. HLTH 54 – Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. There is an optional orientation, please see instructor’s website for more information.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 54

Introduction to Public Health

An introduction to public health approaches and tools, drawn from epidemiology, health policy, behavioral health, environmental health, community organizing, maternal and child health and other public health disciplines. Students examine contemporary health challenges with an emphasis on addressing social determinants to improve health for all. HLTH 54 – Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. There is an optional orientation, please see instructor’s website for more information.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Health Education, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
HLTH 78

Ethics/Drug Counselors

Introduction to ethical and legal issues in counseling people with problematic drug use. Develops frameworks for addressing ethical and legal issues that include a variety of sociocultural models. Develops understanding of laws, code of ethics, and client rights. The relationship between personal values and professional behavior will be explored. HLTH 78 – Sec 861 is a hybrid class – a combination of in-person and online learning – that will meet in-person each week. Students will also be required to engage in additional online study each week through the Canvas course website.


PREREQ.: HLTH 100


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Health Education

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
HUM 7

Comparative Religions

A survey of the religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. An analysis of the origins of these religions as well as their cultural contexts and present-day issues. HUM 7-Sec 962 has 6 mandatory face-to-face meetings on some Thursday afternoons, 2:10-4:30. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, English, Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
HUM 7

Comparative Religions

A survey of the religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. An analysis of the origins of these religions as well as their cultural contexts and present-day issues. HUM 7-Sec 961 has mandatory face-to-face meetings every Tuesday, 12:10-2:00. Students must check instructor’s website for class details.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, English, Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
IDST 14

Ameri. Cultures in Lit & Film

An interdisciplinary survey of literary and cinematic works of fiction, drama, non-fiction and poetry that investigates unity in diversity in the shifting trajectories of American identities and interrelationships. Groups featured to assess their interactive contributions to American cultures include Native-, European-, African-, Latin-, Asian-Americans, and Pacific Islanders. IDST 14-Sec 931 is a start late online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s site. This section accepts students for regular credit and, via contract with the instructor, for honors credit. Questions on honors credit, call 415-239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu. IDST 14 satisfies UC Berkeley’s American Cultures requirement and the AAT in Social Justice Studies: Ethnic Studies.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Asian Studies, CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, Interdisciplinary Studies, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
IDST 17

Human Sexuality

A human sexuality course that integrates content and methodology from the disciplines of anthropology, biology, ethics, health education, history, jurisprudence, and psychology. This online/hybrid class is a late start class.THE CLASS HAS 8 MEETINGS ON CAMPUS: 1/29, 2/17, 2/16, 3/11, 3/18, 4/8, 4/22, AND 5/13. IDST 17 satisfies requirements for the Sexual Health Educator Certificate, AA in LGBT Studies, AAT in Social Justice Studies: Feminist Queer and Trans Studies, AA-T in Health Education, and AA-T in Sociology.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 184 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, Interdisciplinary Studies, LGBT Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF G1: Health Knowledge, Women’s and Gender Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
IDST 29

Islam: Identity & Culture

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. IDST 29-Sec 931 is a start late online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website. IDST 29 Meets requirements for the Certificate of Achievement and AA in Critical Middle East and South West Asia Studies.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 186 or ENGL 88 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, Interdisciplinary Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
IDST 30

Demystifying the Middle East

This interdisciplinary survey of South West Asia and North Africa (the Middle East) introduces students to the historical, cultural, and religious diversity of the region, highlighting contributions in various disciplines, including science, art, music, and literature. It also examines U.S. involvement, representation, media, current political discourse and activism in the region and in diaspora. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website. IDST 29 Meets requirements for the Certificate of Achievement and AA in Critical Middle East and South West Asia Studies.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Asian Studies, CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, Interdisciplinary Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
IDST 36

Poetry for the People

An interdisciplinary approach toward development of literacy in multiple popular traditions of poetry, including in social justice movements, by incarcerated people and through alternative media. Includes scrutiny of published poems from multiple cultural traditions, a focus on community, and the cultivation and public presentation of new poems. For optional Honors Credit. Call 415-239-3376 or email skudsi@email.com Online/Hybrid class. THE CLASS HAS 5 MEETINGS ON CAMPUS: 5:10-8:00 PM on the following dates only: 1/21, 2/18, 3/17, 4/14, 5/8. Satisfies core requirement for creative writing certificate.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, Interdisciplinary Studies, LGBT Studies, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
IDST 37

Intro to Ethnic Studies

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. IDST 37-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Optional Honors Credit. Call 415-239-3376 or email skudsi@email.com. IDST 37 meets requirements for all Social Justice Studies AA-T’s and for the AA-T in Sociology.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


African American Studies, Asian Studies, CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, Interdisciplinary Studies, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, Philippine Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
IDST 37

Intro to Ethnic Studies

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. IDST 37-Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Optional Honors Credit. Call 415-239-3376 or email skudsi@email.com. IDST 37 meets requirements for all Social Justice Studies AA-T’s and for the AA-T in Sociology.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


African American Studies, Asian Studies, CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, CSU-D7: Interdisciplinary, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4G: Interdisciplinary, Interdisciplinary Studies, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, Philippine Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
IDST 80C

Diversity: Sexism

A consciousness raising analysis and evaluation of sexism on individual, institutional, and cultural levels in the United States. Expanding one’s knowledge about sexism, increasing personal awareness of one’s own sexism and assumptions, and the application of this knowledge and awareness for individual and social change are emphasized. IDST 80C -Sec 831 is a late-start/short-term online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course information students must check instructor’s website.  A short term class from 2/25-3/11/20. IDST 80C meets requirements for the Diversity and Social Justice, Sexual Health Educator, Trauma Prevention and Recovery, and Youth Workers Certificates.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Asian Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, LGBT Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H2: Women’s Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
JAPA 1A

Elementary Japanese

Beginner’s course in grammar, composition, and reading. Practice in speaking and understanding Japanese. JAPA 1A-Sec 932 is online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or any City College or university foreign language course or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Asian Studies, CSU-C2: Humanities, Japanese, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
JAPA 1A

Elementary Japanese

Beginner’s course in grammar, composition, and reading. Practice in speaking and understanding Japanese. JAPA 1A-Sec 931 is online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or any City College or university foreign language course or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Asian Studies, CSU-C2: Humanities, Japanese, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LALS 1

Latino/a Diaspora: The Impact

The impact of the Latino/a diaspora on the culture, identity, history and politics of the US. The course will emphasize an analysis of the Latino/a diaspora’s effect on the American system and institutions. LALS 1-Sec 934 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. Required online orientation. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4C: Ethnic Studies, IGETC 4F: History, US History, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF F: US History/Government, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AAFull (16-weeks)
LALS 1

Latino/a Diaspora: The Impact

The impact of the Latino/a diaspora on the culture, identity, history and politics of the US. The course will emphasize an analysis of the Latino/a diaspora’s effect on the American system and institutions. Required online orientation. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4C: Ethnic Studies, IGETC 4F: History, US History, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF F: US History/Government, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AAFull (16-weeks)
LALS 1

Latino/a Diaspora: The Impact

The impact of the Latino/a diaspora on the culture, identity, history and politics of the US. The course will emphasize an analysis of the Latino/a diaspora’s effect on the American system and institutions. LALS 1-Sec 931 is an online class 3/22/20-5/20/20 with no required meetings on-campus. Required online orientation. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4C: Ethnic Studies, IGETC 4F: History, US History, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF F: US History/Government, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AAFlex 2 (8-weeks)
LALS 1

Latino/a Diaspora: The Impact

The impact of the Latino/a diaspora on the culture, identity, history and politics of the US. The course will emphasize an analysis of the Latino/a diaspora’s effect on the American system and institutions. LALS 1-Sec 933 is a city online class with no required meetings on campus. LALS 1-Sec 933 has no required meetings on-campus. Required online orientation. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies,CSU-D6: History, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 4C: Ethnic Studies, IGETC 4F: History, US History, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc,CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF F: US History/Government, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AAFull (16-weeks)
LALS 10

Latinas in the U.S./VOCES

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. LALS 10-Sec 931 is an online class with a required online orientation within the Canvas Course. A Welcome Letter will be sent detailing the course followed by the Course Syllabus to the student ccsf email. Please also check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D3: Ethnic Studies, IGETC 4C: Ethnic Studies, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies, CCSF H2: Women’s Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AAFull (16-weeks)
LALS 11

Drug Wars in the Americas

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AAFull (16-weeks)
LALS 13

Latin American Social Movement

The course bridges Latin American and Latino/a politics by analyzing the experiences and struggles of social movements in Latin America and the United States, Social movements relationship to rebellions and revolutions in Latin America and the emergence of the U.S, based Latino/a cross border social movements will be analyzed, LALS 13-Sec 831 is an online class with Online orientation and optional orientation one week after the semester starts. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AATraditional
LALS 14

Diego Rivera; Art & Soc Change

Mexican muralist Diego Rivera’s work exemplifies the use of art to create an awareness of history and to promote social change in Latin America. This interdisciplinary class will explore the work of Diego Rivera and the Latin American cultural movements that developed to address relevant social and political issues. LALS14-Sec 831 is an online class with Online orientation and optional orientation one week after the semester starts. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Art, CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H1: Ethnic Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
AATraditional
LERN 10

Introduction to Tutoring

Introduction to theories and methods of effective tutoring. Students will learn best practices, techniques, and strategies for effective tutoring. Areas covered will include, but not be limited to: the tutor role and responsibility, the tutor-tutee relationship, the tutoring cycle, strategies and techniques to implement when tutoring students of various backgrounds, learning preferences, academic abilities and specific strategies for tutoring in identified subject-specific areas. LERN 10-931 focuses on tutor training for CCSF tutors. Contact instructor prior to 1st class. There will be (4) in-person meetings on 2/7, 2/21, 3/6, and 3/20 from 2:00PM – 4:00PM in R207, Instructor website.


PREREQ.: Acceptance into a CCSF peer-tutoring program


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Focus A (6-weeks)
LERN 50

College Success

Integrates personal growth and values, study strategies, and communication and critical analysis into 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. LERN 50-Sec 932 is an online class starting 1/27/20 to 3/20/20. For course information, including login details, students must check instructor’s website. Students must check their CCSFmail for the Instructor Welcome Letter.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Interdisciplinary Studies, Learning Assistance, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
LERN 50

College Success

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. LERN 50-Sec 936 is an online class starting 3/22/20 to 5/20/20. There are no required meetings on-campus. For course information, including login details, students must check instructor’s website. Students must check their CCSFmail for the Instructor Welcome Letter.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Interdisciplinary Studies, Learning Assistance, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
LERN 50

College Success

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. LERN 50-Sec 933 is an online class starting 2/24/20 to 5/20/20. There are no required meetings on-campus. For course information, including login details, students must check instructor’s website. Students must check their CCSFmail for the Instructor Welcome Letter.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Interdisciplinary Studies, Learning Assistance, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
LERN 50

College Success

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. LERN 50-Sec 935 is an online class starting 2/24/20 to 5/20/20. There are no required meetings on-campus. For course information, including login details, students must check instructor’s website. Students must check their CCSFmail for the Instructor Welcome Letter.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Interdisciplinary Studies, Learning Assistance, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
LERN 50

College Success

Integrates personal growth and values, study strategies, and communication and critical analysis into 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. LERN 50-Sec 934 is an online class starting 2/24/20 to 5/20/20. There are no required meetings on-campus. For course information, including login details, students must check instructor’s website. Students must check their CCSFmail for the Instructor Welcome Letter.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Interdisciplinary Studies, Learning Assistance, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
LERN 50

College Success

Integrates personal growth and values, study strategies, and communication and critical analysis into 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. There are no required meetings on-campus. For course information, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, Interdisciplinary Studies, Learning Assistance, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LGBT 15

Pre-Stonewall Writers/Culture

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. LGBT 15-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LGBT 18

Transgender Lives, Culture/Art

Focuses on Transgender and ‘gender variant’ figures throughout the world who, historically, held a sacred place within ancient cultures as evidenced in art and literature. The course will then move to explore modem and contemporary views of Transgender and ‘gender variant’ people within various cultures including LGBT politics, art and culture.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 188 or ENGL 88 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, CCSF E: Humanities, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LGBT 20

Modern to Contemporary Art

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.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities,CCSF H3: LGBT Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
LGBT 24

Male Intimacy & Relationships

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 to understand and cope with the many forces that impact male same-sex relationships. LGBT 24 -Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 188 or ENGL 88 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LGBT 5

Intro to Lesb/Bi/Gay&Trans Stu

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. LGBT 5-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D4: Gender Studies, IGETC 4D: Gender Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H3: LGBT Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LI S 10

Use of Information Resources

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. LIS 10-Sec 932 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
LI S 10

Use of Information Resources

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. LIS 10-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
LIBR 51

Intro to Libraries

Addresses major foundations, access, technology and reference competencies for library support staff. Surveys historical and contemporary resources and the functions and organization of libraries. Emphasis on catalogs, databases, and the evaluation and documentation of resources. LIBR 51 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. No Text Required. Check instructor’s website for course details.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 60


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Library Orientation

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LIBR 53

Library Public Services

Provides an introduction to public services in all library types. Overview of the types of positions and career opportunities available in this area to Library Technicians. Focus includes reference, programming, and most public-facing library services. LIBR 53 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, LIBR 51


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Library Orientation

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LIBR 55A

Cataloging And Classification

Addresses major cataloging and technology competencies for library support staff. Employs current tools and techniques for description and classification in a modem library, explores theory evolving from emerging technologies. LIBR 55A is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 60


PREREQ.: LIBR 51


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Library Orientation

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LIBR 55B

Library Technical Services

Provides an overview of the paraprofessionals’s role in the library technical and access services units of a library. Surveys the philosophy of practice, service functions and personnel categories employed in cataloging, acquisitions, serials, systems, and access (circulation) services. Focuses on technical skills needed to work in these library departments in a paraprofessional capacity and on current trends and issues. LIBR 55B is an online class with no required class meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, LIBR 51


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LIBR 56

Computers In Libraries

Addresses major communications, teamwork, foundations and technology competencies for library support staff. Surveys digital technologies in a modem library and networked environment; emphasizes technological change in creating, delivering and using information products and services. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, LIBR 51; MABS 38


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Library Orientation

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
LIBR 57

Internet Research Strategies

Supports reference, communications, teamwork, foundations and technology competencies for library support staff; introduces the general student to effective strategies for search, research and resource evaluation on the Web. Check instructor’s website for course details.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Library Orientation

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MABS 101

Spreadsheets/Business/Excel

Experience in creating, modifying, and printing spreadsheets using Excel software. Includes creating charts, working with advanced functions, database features, and the use of macros. MABS 101-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 25, 30 or ability to type 25 wpm; BSMA 66 or 68


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MABS 101

Spreadsheets/Business/Excel

Experience in creating, modifying, and printing spreadsheets using Excel software. Includes creating charts, working with advanced functions, database features, and the use of macros. MABS 101-Sec 932 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website for important information.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 25, 30 or ability to type 25 wpm; BSMA 66 or 68.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MABS 101

Spreadsheets/Business/Excel

Experience in creating, modifying, and printing spreadsheets using Excel software. Includes creating charts, working with advanced functions, database features, and the use of macros. MABS 101-Sec 933 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website for important information.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 25, 30 or ability to type 25 wpm; BSMA 66 or 68.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MABS 202

PowerPoint Presentations

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 into slides; and constructing a slide show with animation, transitions, sound, and timings. MABS 202-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 25 or MABS 30


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MABS 60

Computer Applications:Business

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. MABS 60-Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 25 or MABS 30


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MABS 60

Computer Applications:Business

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. MABS 60-Sec 931 is a class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 25 or MABS 30


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MABS 67

Database for Bus/MS Access

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. MABS 67-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MABS 25, 30


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MATH 110A

Calculus I

A first course in single-variable calculus. Limits, continuity, differentiation, applications of differentiation, and an introduction to integration. MATH 110A-Sec 831 is an online class with a midterm exam and final exam on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: (MATH 90 and MATH 95) or (MATH 92 and MATH 95) or placement in MATH 110A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MATH 110B

Calculus II

A second course in single-variable calculus. Applications of integration, techniques of integration, numerical integration, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, parametrized curves, polar coordinates, infinite sequences and series, and power series. Math 110B Section 831 is an online class, with two mandatory in-person exams, the midterm and the final. Students are welcome to attend Professor Bass’ in-person office hours, but this is optional.


PREREQ.: MATH 110A or placement in MATH 110B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MATH 115

Discrete Mathematics

Set theory, logic, proof techniques, mathematical induction, relations and functions, recursion, combinatorics, elementary number theory, trees and graphs, analysis of algorithms. Emphasis on topics of relevance to mathematics and computer science majors. Math 115-831 is an online class with an in-person final.


Recommended Preparation, CS 110B or CS 111B


PREREQ.: MATH 100A or MATH 110A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MATH 130

Linear Alg & Diff Equations

Real vector spaces, subspaces, linear dependence, span, matrix algebra, determinants, basis, dimension, inner product spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and proofs. Ordinary differential equations and first-order linear systems of differential equations; explicit solutions; qualitative analysis of solution behavior; linear structure, existence, and uniqueness of solutions. Partial differential equations. Math 130 Section 961 is an online class, with two mandatory in-person exams, the midterm and the final. Students are welcome to attend Professor Bass’ in-person office hours, but this is optional.


PREREQ.: MATH 110C


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MATH 40

Elementary Algebra

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. MATH 40-Sec 961 is an online class with final exam on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 30 or MATH 35

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MATH 45

Preparation for Statistics

  • Start: 1/13/20
  • End: 5/20/20
  • CRN: 31582
  • Instructor: Mohammadzadeh; Mohammadzadeh
  • Instructor website

Accelerated preparation for transfer-level statistics. Algebra necessary for college-level statistics, including variables, formulas, and linear equations. Ratios, rates, and proportional reasoning; fractions, decimals and percents; evaluating expressions; analyzing algebraic forms of statistical measures; modeling bivariate data with trend lines; graphical and numerical descriptive techniques for quantitative and categorical data. MATH 45-Sec 831 is an online class with required weekly meetings on the Ocean Campus on Tuesdays 4:10-6:00 PM in MUB 255. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 30 or MATH 35

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
MATH 60

Intermediate Algebra

Polynomials and rational expressions; solving linear, quadratic, and rational equations; linear inequalities; systems of linear equations; graphing lines, parabolas, and circles; radicals and rational exponents; complex numbers; introduction to functions; introduction to exponential functions and logarithms; applications; problem solving skills. MATH 60-Sec 961 is an online class with required final exam on campus, 5/15/20, 11:15 am-1:15 pm MUB 398. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 40 Recommended Preparation, MATH 55


CCSF 2: Mathematics

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MATH 60

Intermediate Algebra

Polynomials and rational expressions; solving linear, quadratic, and rational equations; linear inequalities; systems of linear equations; graphing lines, parabolas, and circles; radicals and rational exponents; complex numbers; introduction to functions; introduction to exponential functions and logarithms; applications; problem solving skills. MATH 60-Sec 962 is an online class with required final exam on campus, 5/15/20, 1:30-3:30 pm MUB 398. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 40 Recommended Preparation, MATH 55


CCSF 2: Mathematics

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MATH 60

Intermediate Algebra

Polynomials and rational expressions; solving linear, quadratic, and rational equations; linear inequalities; systems of linear equations; graphing lines, parabolas, and circles; radicals and rational exponents; complex numbers; introduction to functions; introduction to exponential functions and logarithms; applications; problem solving skills. Math 60 Section 010 is a hybrid section with six (6) required meetings on campus: Orientation, four unit tests, and a final exam. There will be other meetings as well but attendance at these may be waived with the instructor’s permission. See the instructor’s site for more details and the on-campus orientation/meetings dates, time, and location.


PREREQ.: MATH 40 Recommended Preparation, MATH 55


CCSF 2: Mathematics

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
MATH 70

Liberal Arts Math

Survey of mathematics for students with nontechnical goals. Topics include problem solving, set theory, logic, number theory, modeling with functions, geometry, finance, combinatorics, probability, and the role of mathematics in modern society. This course is designed to enhance student appreciation of both the beauty and utility of mathematics. Math 70-961 is an online class with an in-person final exam. Please visit the instructor’s website for general course information.


PREREQ.: MATH 43 or MATH 60 or placement in MATH 70


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MATH 80

Probability and Statistics

Descriptive statistics: organization of data, sample surveys, experiments and observational studies, measures of central tendency and dispersion, correlation, regression lines, and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Probability theory. Random variables: expected value, variance, independence, probability distributions, normal approximation. Sampling: sampling distributions, and statistical inference, estimating population parameters, interval estimation, standard tests of hypotheses. MATH 80-Sec 832 is an online class with final exam on campus. Students must have a graphing calculator. A TI-84 is strongly recommended. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 45 or MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, Mathematics,CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MATH 80

Probability and Statistics

Descriptive statistics: organization of data, sample surveys, experiments and observational studies, measures of central tendency and dispersion, correlation, regression lines, and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Probability theory. Random variables: expected value, variance, independence, probability distributions, normal approximation. Sampling: sampling distributions, and statistical inference, estimating population parameters, interval estimation, standard tests of hypotheses. MATH 80-Sec 835 is an online class with final exam on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 45 or MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, Mathematics, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MATH 80

Probability and Statistics

Descriptive statistics: organization of data, sample surveys, experiments and observational studies, measures of central tendency and dispersion, correlation, regression lines, and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Probability theory. Random variables: expected value, variance, independence, probability distributions, normal approximation. Sampling: sampling distributions, and statistical inference, estimating population parameters, interval estimation, standard tests of hypotheses. MATH 80-Sec 833 is an online class with final exam on campus. Students must have a graphing calculator. A TI-84 is strongly recommended. For course details, students must check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 45 or MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, Mathematics, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MATH 80

Probability and Statistics

Descriptive statistics: organization of data, sample surveys, experiments and observational studies, measures of central tendency and dispersion, correlation, regression lines, and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Probability theory. Random variables: expected value, variance, independence, probability distributions, normal approximation. Sampling: sampling distributions, and statistical inference, estimating population parameters, interval estimation, standard tests of hypotheses. MATH 80-Sec 834 is an online class with final exam on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 45 or MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, Mathematics, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MATH 80

Probability and Statistics

Descriptive statistics: organization of data, sample surveys, experiments and observational studies, measures of central tendency and dispersion, correlation, regression lines, and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Probability theory. Random variables: expected value, variance, independence, probability distributions, normal approximation. Sampling: sampling distributions, and statistical inference, estimating population parameters, interval estimation, standard tests of hypotheses. MATH 80-Sec 831 is an online class with final exam on campus. Students must have a graphing calculator. A TI-84 is strongly recommended. For course details students must check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 45 or MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative,Mathematics, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
MATH 90

Precalculus Algebra

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. MATH 90-Sec 961 is an online class with required final exam on campus, 5/15/20, 3:45-5:45 pm MUB 398. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 55


PREREQ.: MATH 60 or placement in MATH 90


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative,IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative,CCSF 2: Mathematics,CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MATH 95

Trigonometry

Trigonometric functions and their graphs; trigonometric identities and equations; inverse trigonometric functions; solving triangles; complex numbers. MATH 95-Sec 831 is an online class with final exam on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: MATH 60 or MATH 92 Recommended Preparation, MATH 90 and MATH 55


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MATH 95

Trigonometry

Trigonometric functions and their graphs; trigonometric identities and equations; inverse trigonometric functions; solving triangles; complex numbers. MATH 95-Sec 832 is an online class with final exam on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 90 and MATH 55


PREREQ.: MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MGT 231

Intro – Supervision/Management

Concepts of supervision and management including planning, organizing, recruiting, training, decision-making, communication, employee relations, motivation, discipline, rewards/incentives, and grievances. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business, Child Develop/Family Studies, Culinary Arts/Hospitality Mgmt

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MGT 235

Organizational Leadership

This course explores collaborative and inclusive leadership and management styles along with the vision and values needed to effectively lead successful organizations. Examines strategies for developing and encouraging skills that enable leaders and managers to succeed in business, government, nonprofits, education, and community-based organizations. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
MUS 27A

Musical Appreciation

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. MUS27A-Sec 961 is an online class with 2 required exams on Ocean Campus, Creative Arts 132: Midterm Monday March 16 and Final Monday May 11, both at 2:00 p.m. Orientation will be held online. For course details, students must check the instructorÕs website. MUS 27A-Sec 961 offers optional honors credit email skusi@ccsf.edu.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PE 13

Sport and Society

An introduction to the sociology of sport. Encourages students to discuss issues and think critically to analyze sports as a part of our society. The history of sport, competition, children’s programs, deviance, aggression, coaches in the sport experience, gender, the economy, the media, social mobility and drug use in sports. No Text Required.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology, Physical Education & Dance, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PE 202

Interactive Fitness

Interactive Fitness will allow students to improve fitness levels utilizing pulse/heart rate monitoring, strength training, flexibility exercises and dietary information. Students will learn to create a balanced lifelong exercise program using the outlined training techniques to develop cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and improvement of dietary knowledge. PE 202-Sec 831 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Unders. (PE), Physical Education & Dance, CCSF G2: Physical Skills

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
PE 202

Interactive Fitness

Interactive Fitness will allow students to improve fitness levels utilizing pulse/heart rate monitoring, strength training, flexibility exercises and dietary information. Students will learn to create a balanced lifelong exercise program using the outlined training techniques to develop cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and improvement of dietary knowledge. PE 202 – Sec 831 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-E: Lifelong Unders. (PE), Physical Education & Dance, CCSF G2: Physical Skills

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
PE 26

Intro to Kinesiology

Introduction to Kinesiology and the various subdisciplines related to the study of human movement. An overview of kinesiology, physical education, principles of physical activity and fitness and professional career options will be examined. This course is of interest to anyone exploring career opportunities in the fields of kinesiology, physical education, health, wellness, physical activity, and sport.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Physical Education & Dance

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PHOT 50B

Hist/Aesthetics of Photography

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. PHOT 50B -Sec 931 is an online class running January 28-May 22, 2019 covering the History of Photography after 1945. It has no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. This course may require gallery/museum field trip visits.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PHOT 50B

Hist/Aesthetics of Photography

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. PHOT 50B -Sec 932 is an online class running January 28-May 22, 2019 covering the History of Photography after 1945. It has no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. This course may require gallery/museum field trip visits.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PHOT 52

Photographers and Their Images

Professional photographers present and discuss their work in technical and aesthetic terms, a unique opportunity for photography students to be exposed to renowned photographers and discuss topics in question and answer format. For course details, students must check the Instructor’s website. Students may access the class starting 2/24/20.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU

Degree Certificate Course Length
Focus B (6-weeks)
PHOT 60A

Beginning Photoshop

An introductory Photoshop course that emphasizes the technical aspects of digital post production workflow in photography. For course details, students must check the Instructor’s website. Students may access the class starting 1/27/20.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100M or PHOT 51


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Photography

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PHOT 60A

Beginning Photoshop

An introductory Photoshop course that emphasizes the technical aspects of digital post production workflow in photography. For course details, students must check the Instructor’s website. Students may access the class starting 1/27/20.


Recommended Preparation, CNIT 100M or PHOT 51


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Photography

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PHYC 10

Conceptual Physics

An overview of physics. Content is taught at a conceptual level using basic math such as ratios, square roots, scientific notation, graph interpretation, slope and simple algebra. Topics include mechanics, properties of matter, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, light, and nuclear physics. PHYC 10-Sec 831 is an online class. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Please note that if you are required to take Physics 10 with a lab you will also need to enroll in Physics 10L.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 40


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, Physics, CCSF C: Natural Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PHYC 2BC

Intro Phyc Calc Sup

PHYC 2BC expands on topics covered in PHYC 2B with applications of calculus to problems in physics. Together with PHYC 2B and 2BL, PHYC 2BC may meet lower division requirements for life science majors at various universities. PHYC 2BC-Sec 831 is an online class. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: PHYC 2AC and PHYC 2A and MATH 110A or MATH 100A and completion of or concurrent enrollment in: PHYC 2B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Physics

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PHYC 4A

Mechanics for Sci and Engn

This is the first course in a calculus-based four semester sequence. Core topics include kinematics, dynamics, energy, momentum, rotation, gravitation, oscillations, and fluids. PHYC 4A-Sec 831 is an online class with required orientation and one weekly conference on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. Please note that if you are required to take Physics 4A with a lab you will also need to enroll in Physics 4AL.


Recommended Preparation, Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: PHYC 4AL


PREREQ.: MATH 110A and PHYC 41 or high school physics


COREQ.: MATH 110B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B1: Physical Science, IGETC 5A: Physical Sciences, Physics, CCSF C: Natural Sciences|

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
PHYC 4AL

Mech Lab For Sci & Eng

First laboratory course in a calculus-based four semester sequence. Core topics include experiments in kinematics, dynamics, energy, momentum, rotation, and oscillations. PHYC 4AL-Sec 831 is an online class with 4 required meetings: Orientation, 2 exams, and 1 data collection meeting. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, MATH 110B


PREREQ.: MATH 110A COREQ: PHYC 4A


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B3: Laboratory Activity, IGETC 5C: Laboratory Activity, Physics

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
POLS 1

American Government

Introduction to United States and California government and politics, including constitutions, political institutions and processes, and political actors. Examination of political behavior, public policy, political ideas, and public policy. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, Government, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
POLS 1

American Government

Introduction to United States and California government and politics, including constitutions, political institutions and processes, and political actors. Examination of political behavior, public policy, political ideas, and public policy. This is an online class with required weekly meetings on Wednesdays from 2:10-3:25 p.m. in Art 302. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, Government, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
POLS 1

American Government

Introduction to United States and California government and politics, including constitutions, political institutions and processes, and political actors. Examination of political behavior, public policy, political ideas, and public policy. POLS 1-Sec 932 has no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, Government, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
POLS 1

American Government

Introduction to United States and California government and politics, including constitutions, political institutions and processes, and political actors. Examination of political behavior, public policy, political ideas, and public policy. POLS 1-Sec 961 has required weekly meetings on Mondays from 12:10-1:25 p.m. in Art 302. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, Government, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
POLS 1

American Government

Introduction to United States and California government and politics, including constitutions, political institutions and processes, and political actors. Examination of political behavior, public policy, political ideas, and public policy. This is an online class with required weekly meetings on Mondays from 12:10-1:25 p.m. in Art 302. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, Government,CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
POLS 1

American Government

Introduction to United States and California government and politics, including constitutions, political institutions and processes, and political actors. Examination of political behavior, public policy, political ideas, and public policy.|POLS 1-Sec 933 is part of City OnLine and has a shorter semester (16 weeks) starting on January 27 and ending on May 20 with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, Government, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF F: US History/Government

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
POLS 43

Constitution and Indiv Rights

A citizen’s civil and criminal rights under the Constitution. Analysis of leading cases and legal principles which protect individual freedom with a civil liberties and civil rights perspective. POLS 1-Sec 931 has no required on campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D8: Political Science, IGETC 4H: Political Science, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PSYC 1

General Psychology

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. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, IGETC 4I: Psychology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PSYC 1

General Psychology

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. PSYC 1- Sec-931 is an online course with no required on-campus meeting. For course details, students check the instructor’s website for information.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, IGETC 4I: Psychology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PSYC 1

General Psychology

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.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, IGETC 4I: Psychology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc|For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PSYC 1

General Psychology

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. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, IGETC 4I: Psychology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PSYC 10

Abnormal Psychology

An introduction to the symptoms, prevalence, causes and treatments of disturbances in mental, emotional, and behavioral functioning. Methods of assessment, classification, current diagnostic criteria, and theoretical models for understanding these disorders are discussed in-depth. For course details, students check the instructor’s website for information.


Recommended Preparation, PSYC 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, IGETC 4I: Psychology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Fusion (12-weeks)
PSYC 11

Theories of Personality

An introduction to the theoretical constructs describing personality, including the ways in which personality is explained, the dynamics that govern human behavior, and the ways in which personality develops. Current research and approaches to understanding personality will also be addressed. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, PSYC 1; ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, IGETC 4I: Psychology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PSYC 1B

Biological Psychology

For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: PSYC 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU, TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B2: Life Science, IGETC 5B: Biological Sciences

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PSYC 2

Research Methods

An introduction to scientific research methods in psychology. Emphasis on research design, experimental procedures, descriptive methods, instrumentation, and the collection, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of research data. Primarily for psychology majors, related majors, and other students desiring familiarity with scientific methods and improved critical thinking skills. For course details, students check the instructor’s website for information.


PREREQ.: PSYC 1; and PSYC 5 or MATH 80


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, IGETC 4I: Psychology

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
PSYC 21

Lifespan Development

The multidisciplinary study of human development from conception through death. Examination of current research and theories with an emphasis on the ways that biological, psychological, sociocultural, and environmental forces and their interactions impact development throughout the lifespan. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, PSYC 1; ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, IGETC 4I: Psychology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
PSYC 21

Lifespan Development

The multidisciplinary study of human development from conception through death. Examination of current research and theories with an emphasis on the ways that biological, psychological, sociocultural, and environmental forces and their interactions impact development throughout the lifespan. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, PSYC 1; ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D9: Psychology, CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, IGETC 4I: Psychology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
ASFull (16-weeks)
PSYC 5

Psych Statistics

An introduction to data analysis including measurement and research design. Intended for general education and prospective behavioral science majors. The course will focus on computation, interpretation, and application of both descriptive and inferential statistics. Topics include organization of data, central tendency and variability, hypothesis testing, non-parametric statistics, analysis of variance (ANOVA), and linear regression.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


PREREQ.: MATH 60 or MATH 92


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-B4: Math/Quantitative, IGETC 2: Math/Quantitative, CCSF 2: Mathematics, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
R E 181

Principles of Real Estate

Fundamental real estate course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate; provides background and terminology necessary for advanced study in specialized courses. Designed to assist those preparing for the California state real estate salesperson licensing examination. R E 181-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
R E 181

Principles of Real Estate

Fundamental real estate course covering the basic laws and principles of California real estate; provides background and terminology necessary for advanced study in specialized courses. Designed to assist those preparing for the California state real estate salesperson licensing examination. R E 181-Sec 932 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
R E 182

Escrow Fundamentals

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. R E 182-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
R E 184

Real Estate Practice

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. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 184 or placement in ESL 186 or readiness for college-level English.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
R E 186

Prin. of Real Estate Finance

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. R E 186-Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Business

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
RUSS 2

Elem Russian (Cont.)

Second semester course: Continuation of elementary grammar; composition and reading; continued practice in conversation. RUSS 2 -Sec 961 is an online class with required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. For more details, please email the instructor: skristal@ccsf.edu.


PREREQ.: RUSS 1 or 1B or demonstration of RUSS 1/1B exit skills.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 6: Languages not English, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
RUSS 22

Elementary Russian For Bilingual Students

Second semester course for bilingual students; continuation of elementary grammar, composition and reading; special emphasis on the written aspect of the language. RUSS 22 -Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website. For more details, please email the instructor: skristal@ccsf.edu.


PREREQ.: Oral fluency in Russian or RUSS 21 or 21B


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 6: Languages not English, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 1

Introduction to Sociology

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. SOC 1-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 1

Introduction to Sociology

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. SOC 1 -Sec 932 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 1

Introduction to Sociology

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. SOC 1-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 1

Introduction to Sociology

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. SOC 1-Sec 935 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students MUST check instructor’s website. This is a CityOnline class and starts 1/27/20 and ends 5/20/20.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 1

Introduction to Sociology

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. SOC 1-Sec 934 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. For course details, students MUST check instructor’s website. This is a CityOnline class and starts 1/27/20 and ends 5/20/20.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc|

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 21

Intro to Research Methods

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. This is a CityOnline class and starts 1/27/20 and ends 5/20/20.


PREREQ.: SOC 1


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 21

Social Deviance

The study of the nature of deviance, with special attention to the sociological theories that underlay its definition, as well as the social practices that are derived from them. Analyses range from social psychological processes to the structure of social institutions (such as family, business, government, religion and law). For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 3

Social Problems

Critical exploration of sociological research and thinking about contemporary social problems, including the types and causes of discrimination, as well as inequalities in society. Using a variety of sociological perspectives, this course explores the causes and consequences of social problems on individuals and societies, and the methods for social change and problem solutions. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SOC 35

Sex,Marriage & Family

Critical exploration of the social, psychological, cultural, historical, and economic factors related to gender roles, courtship, marriage, partnership, parenting, and family patterns in U.S. society. For specific class details, students should check the instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D0: Sociology/Criminology, CSU-E: Lifelong Understanding, IGETC 4J: Sociology, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SPAN 1A

Elementary Spanish

Beginner’s course in grammar, composition and reading. Practice in speaking and understanding Spanish.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or any City College or university foreign language course


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SPAN 1B

Elementary Spanish

Beginner’s course in grammar, composition and reading. Practice in speaking and understanding Spanish. For more details, go to instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or any City College or university foreign language course


PREREQ.: SPAN 1A or demonstration of SPAN 1A exit skills


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities,CCSF A: Communic./Analytical,CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
SPAN 31

Span for Heritage Speakers 1

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. SPAN 31-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meetings. Students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, Oral fluency in Spanish


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C2: Humanities, IGETC 3B: Humanities, IGETC 6: Languages not English, CCSF A: Communic./Analytical

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
TH A 30

Introduction to Theatre

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. TH A 30-Sec 831 is an online class with no required on-campus meeting. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, Theatre Arts

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
TH A 30

Introduction to Theatre

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. TH A 30-Sec 931 is an online class with no required on-campus meeting. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, Theatre Arts

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
TH A 31

Survey of Classical Drama

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. TH A 31-Sec 931 is a short term online class with no required meetings on-campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
TH A 32

Survey of Modern Drama

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. TH A 32- Sec 931 is late-start/short-term online class with no required meetings on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, Theatre Arts

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 1 (8-weeks)
TH A 32

Survey of Modern Drama

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. TH A 32- Sec 931 is late-start/short-term online class with no required meetings on campus. For course details students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities, Theatre Arts

Degree Certificate Course Length
Flex 2 (8-weeks)
TH A 33

Survey of the Art of Comedy

Historical analysis of Comedy in its many forms, its performances and literature presented on stage resulting in laughter. Lectures, readings, viewings and discussions of comedic performances and literature from the mimes of ancient Greece through Shakespeare, commedia dell’arte, stand up, improvisational and musical comedy of present day. TH A 33- Sec 931 is an online class with no required meetings on campus. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-C1: Arts, IGETC 3A: Arts, CCSF E: Humanities

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
TRAD 1

Traditional Online Classes for CityOnline

City College continues to offer traditional 17.5-week online classes. Please see our traditional full-term online classes page for a list of these classes by clicking on the Instructor Website above.

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
VMD 105

Digital Skill for Visual Media

A foundational hands-on Mac computer class for all graphic communications students. Topics of instruction will include computer hardware and OS software, networks, type and text formatting, raster and vector graphics, time-based media, layout for print and web, and best practices. Topics will be covered through lecture and practical exercises. This is a 16-week CityOnline course with no required meetings. For more information, see the instructor site or email instructor at dstevens@ccsf.edu.


TRANSFERRABLE TO CSU


Art, Visual Media Design

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)
VMD 120

Graphic Design 1

A beginning graphic design course focusing on fundamental visual problem-solving skills for print and screen. Principles of visual communication, iterative design process, introduction to typography, grids, identity and branding. VMD 120-Sec 831 is an online class with required on-campus meetings on Thursday Evenings. For class details, students must check instructor’s website.


PREREQ.: VMD 101 or DSGN 101 or ART 125A or PHOT 100 Recommended Preparation, ENGL 88 or ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


Visual Media Design

Degree Certificate Course Length
Traditional
WGST 25

Intro to Womens Studies: Femin

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, dis/ability, age, religion, and other systems of difference. WGST 25-961 is an online course with 3 on-campus meetings on Monday nights, 1/27, 3/23, and 5/18 from 6:10-9:00 PM at the Mission Campus, with co-instructor Lijia Lumsden. For course details, students must check instructor’s website.


TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU


CSU-D4: Gender Studies, IGETC 4D: Gender Studies, LGBT Studies, CCSF D: Social & Behavioral Sc, CCSF H2: Women’s Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies

Degree Certificate Course Length
Full (16-weeks)