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24/WIOpenBUACCT-122-01FINANCIAL ACCOUNTNG II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 302LEC3510 4.0Abram Fisher A continuation of ACCT 121 with particular; emphasis on the partnership and the corporate form; of organization; income statement and balance; sheet analysis. Three lectures and one laboratory; per week.
24/WIOpenBUACCT-122L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W02:00PM-05:00PMIH 309LAB3510 0.0Abram Fisher  
24/WIOpenBUACCT-312-01INTERM ACCOUNTING II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF12:00PM-12:50PMIH 302LEC305 3.0Abram Fisher Second course in a sequence. Accounting theory and; practice relating to the valuation and; presentation of assets; liabilities; net worth;; revenue; and expense accounts.
24/WIOpenBUACCT-321-WEBCOST ACCOUNTING I01/08/24-03/21/24MWF01:00PM-01:50PMON LINELEC285 3.0J Nelson/D Bell Key concepts of cost planning and control.; includes c-v-p analysis; job costing;; activity-based costing; budgeting and variances;; cost behavior; strategic decision-making; and; pricing.
24/WIOpenBUACCT-341-01INDIVIDUAL TAXATION01/08/24-03/21/24TTH05:30PM-07:10PMIH 301LEC303 4.0E Knecht/D Bell Federal income taxation and tax planning for; individuals. Designed for non-majors as well as; for business majors and minors.
24/WIOpenVAARTD-110-01DSGN:TOOLS;MAT & TECH01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-03:40PMFH 224LEC205 2.0Brian Kyle Provides the student with fundamental experience; and knowledge in the use of the basic materials;; tools and processes necessary for graphic; designers. Emphasizes hand skills; with; assignments covering construction; presentation;; book-arts; and other basic techniques.
24/WIOpenVAARTD-125-01DESIGN & COMP II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF11:00AM-11:50AMFH 222LEC2019 3.0Amy Gatdula Second course in a sequence. The basic principles; and elements of naturalistic and; nonrepresentational design. Stresses creative use; of line; color; shape; texture; and space.
24/WIOpenVAARTD-140-01TYPOGRAPHY I01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMFH 224LEC156 3.0Clifford Rusch Study of letter forms with emphasis on typesetting; and preparation of copy for typesetting and; design.
24/WIOpenVAARTD-262-01IDENTITY/BRANDING I01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRFH 224LEC156 3.0Brian Kyle Emphasizes conceptual problem-solving in the; design of corporate identity and collateral; materials.
24/WIOpenVAARTD-494-01INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRINT100 1.0-3.0Brian Kyle An individualized contract agreement involving; selected students; faculty; and employers to; provide practical experience in graphic design in; a professional setting. Approval of the; department chair required in advance. Thirty clock; hours of experience required for each hour of; credit. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenVAARTF-122-01DRAWING FUNDAMENT II01/08/24-03/21/24W02:00PM-05:50PMFH 226LE/LA159 2.0Amy Gatdula Development of the student's ability to; communicate and express creative ideas using line;; shape; value; and texture. One lecture and one; laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenVAARTF-212-01CERAMICS I01/08/24-03/21/24W02:00PM-05:50PMFH 114LE/LA148 2.0Jaymie de la TorreVII.DIntroduction to materials and techniques in; creating hand-built and wheel-thrown ceramic; forms. One lecture and one laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenVAARTF-226-01MATERIALS + MIXED MEDIA01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-05:50PMFH 222LE/LA153 2.0Amy Gatdula The artistic use of papers; found objects; and; other nontraditional media; historical examples; and the creation of two- and three-dimensional; projects. One lecture and one laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenVAARTF-310-O1PAINTING: WATERCOLOR01/08/24-03/21/24TH02:00PM-05:50PMFH 226LE/LA123 2.0Amy Gatdula Fundamentals of watercolor in landscape;; still-life; and nonrepresentational painting.; Includes work both in studio and on location. One; lecture and one laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenVAARTF-340-01CERAMICS II01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-05:50PMFH 114LE/LA1410 2.0Jaymie de la Torre Ceramics techniques and processes at the; intermediate level. One lecture and one laboratory; per week.
24/WIOpenVAARTF-494-01INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRINT101 1.0-3.0Jaymie de la Torre An individualized contract agreement involving; selected students; faculty; and employers to; provide practical experience in fine art in a; professional setting. Approval of the department; chair required in advance. Thirty clock hours of; experience required for each hour of credit.; Repeatable for credit.
24/WIClsdVAARTF-495-01IS:ADVANCED CLAY SCULPTURE01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRIS11 2.0Jaymie de la Torre  
24/WIClsdVAARTF-495-02IS:ADVANCED CERAMICS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRIS11 2.0Jaymie de la Torre  
24/WIOpenVAARTH-278-01HISTORY OF WOMEN ARTISTS01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMFH 205LEC4519 4.0Jon CarstensIV.BAn overview of the contributions made by women to; the art of the Western World from the Renaissance; to the present with particular focus on the 19th; and 20th Centuries. Even years.
24/WIOpenVAARTH-308-01HISTORY OF ASIAN ART01/08/24-03/21/24MTTH01:00PM-01:50PMFH 205LEC308 3.0Jon CarstensIV.BA survey of art and architecture in India;; Southeast Asia; China and Japan. Emphasis is on; art and its relationship to cultural and; religious belief systems. Even years.
24/WIOpenVAARTH-396-01COLLOQUIUM01/08/24-03/21/24TH10:00AM-10:50AMFH 205COLL307 0.2Jon Carstens Lecture/discussion series for BFA majors. Includes; two lecture periods (one department-wide; one; program specific); a museum day trip; a gallery; opening; and a reflection paper. Graded S/F.
24/WIOpenVAARTP-150-01PHOTO: BLK & WHITE FUND01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-03:30PMFH 104LEC259 3.0Brian KyleVII.DThe basic equipment; experimental manipulations;; and photographic skills involved in producing; black and white negatives; contact prints; and; enlargements; the proper use of various films;; papers; and chemicals. Ninety minutes lecture;; four hours laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenVAARTP-150L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRFH 152LAB259 0.0Brian KyleVII.D 
24/WIClsdVAARTP-252-01DIGITAL IMAGING: PHOTOSHOP01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMFH 224LLEC1212 3.0Brian Kyle Use of Adobe� Photoshop tools and techniques to; composite; alter and enhance photographic images.; Emphasis on artistic manipulation of digital; images for graphic design and photographic; applications. Ninety minutes lecture; four hours; laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenMPASTR-115-01ASTRONOMY01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMCSH LH2LEC2017 5.0James RobertsonV.AAn introduction for the general student to the; basic elements of astronomy. Topics include models; of the solar system; stars and their processes;; clusters; galaxies; cosmology; and relevant; physics topics such as light; spectroscopy;; nuclear reactions; and relativity. Emphasizes the; development of scientific ideas and models for the; structure and contents of the universe and the; effects of those ideas on western civilization.; Laboratory activities emphasize personal; observations of various astronomical objects; as; weather permits. Four lectures and one evening; laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenMPASTR-115L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W07:00PM-10:00PMCSH 231LAB2017 0.0James Robertson  
24/WIOpenADAVIA-176-01PRIV FLIGHT TRAINING01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT150 2.0Staff Staff Covers all flight training up through solo flight.; Includes training in preflight; taxi; take-off;; flight maneuvers; stalls; emergency procedures;; normal and cross-wind landings; federal; regulations; traffic procedures; and; communications.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-177-01INTERM PRIV FLT TRAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT153 2.0Staff Staff Includes several hours of solo practice including; take-offs; air maneuvers; and landings. Special; training in short-field and soft-field take-offs; and landings; emergency procedures; slips;; diversions; and cross-country flying techniques; with a certificated flight instructor.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-178-01ADV PRIV FLT TRAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT152 2.0Staff Staff Flight with reference to instruments; night; flying; VOR navigation; filing flight plans;; pilotage; dead reckoning; and preparation for the; FAA Private Pilot oral and practical exam.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-273-01PRACTICUM IN FLIGHT01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT108 1.0-6.0Staff Staff Practice in cross-country flying as; pilot-in-command to various destinations. Practice; with cockpit management skills; aeronautical; decision making; and preflight planning.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-275-01INSTRUM PILOT THEORY01/08/24-03/21/24MW05:00PM-06:50PMFH 160LEC153 4.0Merilyn Chaffee From basic attitude instrument flying to getting; around in the modern airspace system on an IFR; flight plan. Preparation for the FAA instrument; written examination and the instrument instructor; written examination.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-276-01INSTRUMENT FLT TRAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT100 3.0Staff Staff Basic attitude instrument flying theory and; skills. Developing proficiency in scan of the; attitude instruments; interpretation of the; instruments; and control of the air-craft with an; additional work load that includes such factors as; communications; copying clearances; using a timing; device; and reading charts in flight. Also; includes VOR and ADF navigation; DME arcs; and; holding-patterns of all types.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-278-01ADV INSTRUM FLT TRAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT100 4.0Staff Staff Flight training includes precision and; non-precision instrument approaches; cross-country; instrument flying; and flight and ground; preparation for the FAA Instrument Rating oral and; practical exam.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-376-01COMMERCIAL FLT TRAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Staff Staff Aircraft systems; performance; and procedures; necessary for safely operating a multiengine; aircraft.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-377-01INTERM COMMERC FLT TRN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Staff Staff Become proficient in the maneuvers and skills; required for the Private Multiengine practical; exam. Special emphasis on in-flight emergencies.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-378-01ADV COMMERC FLT TRAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Staff Staff A comprehensive review of aeronautical knowledge; and flight maneuvers in preparation for the; Commercial Pilot-Airplane oral and practical exam.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-468-01BEG FLT INSTRUCT TRAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT50 3.0Staff Staff Flight training and practice teaching in; preparation for flight-instructor certificate.; Requires perfecting teaching techniques for the; flight instructor. Includes comprehensive review; of private and commercial aeronautical knowledge;; flight maneuvering skill from the right-hand; seat.; Awareness of obligations and privileges of a; certificated flight instructor. Mastery of FAA; documentation and certification procedures.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-469-01ADV FLT INSTRUCT TRAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT50 3.0Staff Staff Flight training and practice teaching in; preparation for flight-instructor certificate.; Requires perfecting teaching techniques for the; flight instructor. Includes comprehensive review; of private and commercial aeronautical knowledge;; flight maneuvering skill from the right-hand; seat.; Awareness of obligations and privileges of a; certificated flight instructor. Mastery of FAA; documentation and certification procedures.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-472-01INSTRUM INSTR FLT TRAI01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT50 3.0Staff Staff Preparation for the instrument flight instructor; oral and practical examination. Review of skills; and procedures required for instrument rating.; Develops instrument flight proficiency from the; right-hand seat and instructional skills necessary; for teaching an instrument student in flight and; on the ground.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-473-01ADV PRACTICUM IN FLT01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT100 1.0-6.0Staff Staff Additional involvement in instruction or advanced; flight operations. Advanced flight operations; include; night operations; IFR operations; and; Class B operations. Special reports or research; projects may be required in conjunction with these; assignments.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-476-01ADD-ON CLASS RATING01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Staff Staff Instruction in aircraft systems; maneuvers; and; emergency procedures toward developing proficiency; in an added class rating. Prepare students for the; Add-on Class Rating oral and practical exam.
24/WIOpenADAVIA-478-01ADD-ON CFI RATING01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Staff Staff Prepares the applicant to meet the experience; requirements for an add-on to the instructor; certificate. Review of private and commercial; pilot aeronautical knowledge and flight skills in; preparation for the Flight Instructor Add-on oral; and practical exam.
24/WIOpenBUBEXM-560-WEBSEMINAR IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL150 5.0Michael Perryman Examines the theory and practice of; entrepreneurship and traditional business models.; A business plan is developed and presented;; including market research; legal organization; business forms; and a human resource plan.; Includes case studies devoted to successful; entrepreneurial business.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-101-01HUMAN ANATOMY01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF01:00PM-01:50PMCSH LH1LEC7559 5.0John DuncanV.BHuman structure as the expression of basic; principles of morphology. Each functional system; considered in terms of its cell; tissue; and organ; types. Four lectures and one laboratory per week.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Biology Department.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-101L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W02:00PM-05:00PMCH 118LAB2513 0.0John Duncan  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-101L-02LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-05:00PMCH 118LAB2524 0.0John Duncan  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-101L-03LAB01/08/24-03/21/24TH02:00PM-05:00PMCH 118LAB2522 0.0John Duncan  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-102-01HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMDH 206LEC10052 5.0Robin VanceV.BThe function of human body systems; emphasizing; the relationships among these systems; the role of; each system in normal body function and health.; Four lectures and one laboratory per week.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Biology Department.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-102L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-05:00PMCH 118LAB2512 0.0Robin Vance  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-102L-02LAB01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-05:00PMCH 218LAB252 0.0Robin Vance  
24/WIWclsBIBIOL-102L-03LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T08:00AM-10:55AMCH 118LAB2525 0.0Robin Vance  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-102L-04LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T08:00AM-10:55AMCH 218LAB2514 0.0Robin Vance  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-105-01INTRO TO BIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF01:00PM-01:50PMCH 201LEC258 4.0S Mostoufi/A Wyrick-BrownworthV.BThe organization and complexity of living; organisms. The central questions of biology: the; relationship between form and function;; acquisition and use of energy; continuity between; generations; and biodiversity. Enrollment limited; to non-science majors; not available to students; who have had a college biology course. Four; lectures and one laboratory per week.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Biology Department.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-105L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-05:00PMCH 313LAB258 1.0Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-111-01BIOL FOUNDATIONS I01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMCH 317LEC6023 5.0Bryan NessV.BAn integrated foundation in life science; principles for biology majors and preprofessional; students in the biomedical sciences. Prerequisite; to most biology courses with higher numbers.; Four lectures and one laboratory per week.; ; BIOL 111: The cell as the structural and; functional unit of life; organelles and their; functions; structure and function of essential; biomolecules; and an introduction to molecular; genetics. Prerequisite: CHEM 101 or CHEM 111.; ; BIOL 112: Mendelian genetics; bio-diversity;; ecology; and evolution. ; ; BIOL 113: The form and function of plants and; animals.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-111L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-05:00PMCH 314LAB3014 0.0Bryan Ness  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-111L-02LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T06:00PM-09:00PMCH 314LAB309 0.0Bryan Ness  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-221-01INTRO/ RSRCH METHODS I01/08/24-03/21/24T01:00PM-01:50PMCH 301LEC169 2.0Floyd Hayes Study of descriptive and inferential statistical; methods frequently used to analyze biological; data; including experimental design; graphical; presentation of data; analysis of frequency data;; parametric vs nonparametric tests; analysis of; two or more means; correlation and regression.; One lecture and one laboratory per week
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-221L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-05:00PMCH 301LAB169 0.0Floyd Hayes  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-222-01INTRO/ RSRCH METHODS II01/08/24-03/21/24TH01:00PM-01:50PMCH 317LEC102 2.0Bryan Ness The gathering of resource material from the; peer-reviewed scientific literature and the; design of a research project that incorporates; the choice of a model system; statistical tests;; data recording and analysis; and interpretation; of results. The primary focus is the writing and; oral presentation of a well-designed research; proposal. One lecture and one; laboratory per week
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-222L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24TH02:00PM-05:00PMCH 317LAB102 0.0Bryan Ness  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-297-WEBDGS: Field Biology01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRDS10 1.0-4.0Floyd Hayes  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-320-01CELL/MOLECULA BIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24TWF10:00AM-10:50AMCH 201LEC4011 4.0John Duncan Composition; structure; and function of the cell; and its organelles; emphasis on intracellular and; intercellular communication and control; principles.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-320L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-05:00PMCH 301LAB4011 0.0John Duncan  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-323-01VERTEBRATE BIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MWF01:00PM-01:50PMCH 301LEC258 4.0Floyd Hayes Biology of the vertebrates; including their; relationship to the physical environment and to; other species and their social and reproductive; patterns. The laboratory emphasizes the; vertebrates in northern California. Three lectures; and one laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-323L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-05:00PMCH 101LAB258 0.0Floyd Hayes  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-338-01FIELD BIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRCH 301LEC250 3.0Floyd HayesV.BStudy of the diversity of organisms in marine;; freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems of a; selected region. Offered under different subtitles; and at different locations. Includes classroom; lectures; laboratory; and extensive field; exercises as part of a study tour during an; academic break. Requires additional cost for study; tour and includes travel during an academic break.; Contact the Biology Department for further; information.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-338L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB250 0.0Floyd Hayes  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-355-01ISSUES ON ORIGINS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCH 301LEC351 3.0Bryan Ness Scientific and biblical models regarding the; origin and history of life. Special reference to; the impact of origins philosophy on the; interpretation of biological; geological; and; paleontological evidence. Enrollment is limited to; students in majors other than biology and; environmental studies.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Biology Department.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-366-01MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF11:00AM-11:50AMCH 201LEC208 5.0Backil Sung Major groups of bacteria; viruses; and fungi that; are pathogens or normal flora of humans.; Laboratory work emphasizes the culture;; characterization; and identification of unknown; bacteria of medical importance. Four lectures and; one laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-366L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T06:00PM-09:00PMCH 218LAB208 0.0Backil Sung  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-396-01SCIENCE SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMCH 301COLL606 0.5Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Discussions of career options for scientists and; skills needed for obtaining a job or success at; the next level of education. Topics of scientific; interest presented by guest lecturers.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-397-01BIOLOGY SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24W08:00PM-09:30PMCH 317COLL608 0.5Bryan Ness Topics of current interest in the biological; sciences are presented and discussed.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-412-01RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRRSRCH53 1.0-2.0Floyd Hayes Original investigation in selected areas of; biology. The research topic is selected and the; work done under direction of a faculty advisor.; Scholarly presentation of research results is; encouraged. Prerequisites: BIOL 111-112-113; 222; and approval of the Biology faculty. Repeatable to; a maximum of 6 credits applied to the Biology; major.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-412-02RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRRSRCH50 1.0-2.0Bryan Ness Original investigation in selected areas of; biology. The research topic is selected and the; work done under direction of a faculty advisor.; Scholarly presentation of research results is; encouraged. Prerequisites: BIOL 111-112-113; 222; and approval of the Biology faculty. Repeatable to; a maximum of 6 credits applied to the Biology; major.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-412-04RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRRSRCH50 1.0-2.0Backil Sung Original investigation in selected areas of; biology. The research topic is selected and the; work done under direction of a faculty advisor.; Scholarly presentation of research results is; encouraged. Prerequisites: BIOL 111-112-113; 222; and approval of the Biology faculty. Repeatable to; a maximum of 6 credits applied to the Biology; major.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-426-01HISTOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCH 301LEC203 5.0Robin Vance Microscopic structure of the fundamental tissues; and organs of humans and other mammals with; functional correlations. Three lectures and two; laboratories per week.
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-426L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24TW02:00PM-05:00PMCH 218LAB203 0.0Robin Vance  
24/WIOpenBIBIOL-450-01PHILOSOPHY OF ORIGINS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF08:00AM-08:50AMCH 201LEC257 3.0Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Historical and current issues relating to special; creation and evolution models of origins.; Biological; geological; and paleontological; evidence and potential explanations along with; the; theological and scientific implications of; various; interpretations. Limited to students with senior; standing majoring in biology and environmental; studies who will graduate in the current calendar; year. Applies to the Science and Society; general education requirement.
24/WIOpenBIBIOT-396-01SCIENCE SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMCH 301COLL600 0.5Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Discussions of career options for scientists and; skills needed for obtaining a job or success at; the next level of education. Topics of scientific; interest presented by guest lecturers.
24/WIOpenBIBIOT-397-01BIOTECHNOLOGY SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRCOLL208 0.5Bryan Ness Topics of current interest in the biological; sciences are presented and discussed.
24/WIOpenBIBIOT-445-01BIOTECHNOLOGY II01/08/24-03/21/24T11:00AM-11:50AMCH 301LEC150 1.0Bryan Ness Advanced molecular genetics techniques; including; isolation and manipulation of DNA; PCR; DNA; sequencing; genomics and informatics; cloning;; and genetic modification of plants and animals.; Coverage of the topics will be primarily drawn; from the peer-reviewed scientific literature; so; the information will be as up-to-date as; possible. One lecture per week.
24/WIOpenBIBIOT-445L-01BIOTECHNOLOGY II LAB01/08/24-03/21/24MTH06:00PM-09:00PMCH 221LAB150 2.0Backil Sung Focus on critical thinking; analytical reasoning;; and lab skills practiced in the fields of; biomedical science; genetic engineering;; agriculture; and forensics. Techniques include; DNA and RNA extraction; DNA forensics; gene; detection; gene cloning and transformation. Two; laboratories per week.
24/WIOpenBUBUAD-118-01PERSONAL MONEY MGMT01/08/24-03/21/24MWF12:00PM-12:50PMIH 310LEC3021 3.0David BellVII.BFinancial decisions facing individuals in society;; including installment buying and borrowing;; insurance; home ownership; saving; budgeting; expenditures; investments; and trusts. Not; available to business majors for business credit; during the junior or senior year.
24/WIOpenBUBUAD-223-01PERSONAL LAW01/08/24-03/21/24TTH12:00PM-12:50PMIH 302LEC3010 2.0Abram FisherVII.BTopics include dealing with an attorney; the court; systems; crimes; torts; minors and the law;; consumer law; land-lord/tenant relationships; the; legal responsibilities of owning a motor vehicle;; employment relationships; and planning an estate.; Not available to business majors for business; credit during the junior or senior year.
24/WIOpenBUBUAD-326-01BUSINESS LAW II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMIH 302LEC3011 3.0Abram Fisher The legal system in the United States; emphasizing; agency relationships; business entities;; government regulation and property.
24/WIOpenBUBUAD-494-01INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRINT151 1.0David Bell Contract arrangement between student; faculty; and; a cooperating organization or business that; provides practical experience to tie in with the; student's major. The internship may be taken for; credit or no credit. Repeatable to a maximum of 2; credits towards a business major.
24/WIOpenBUBUAD-510-WEBACCT FOR DECISION MAKING01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL155 5.0Michael Perryman Review of basic financial accounting and financial; statements. Study of the use of accounting for the; planning and control; application of accounting; techniques for budgeting; pricing; and decision; making.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-102-01SURVEY OF ORGANIC CHEM01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 327LEC457 4.0Marie PakV.AThe important classes of organic compounds.; Emphasis is given to topics related to the health; sciences and biochemistry. Three lectures and one; laboratory per week.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Chemistry Department.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-102L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 329LAB457 0.0Marie Pak  
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-112-01GENERAL CHEMISTRY II01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF09:00AM-09:50AMCSH LH1LEC8018 4.0Kent Davis Second course in a sequence. A complete; introduction to the fundamental principles of; chemistry. Includes the following topics: atomic; and molecular orbital theory; stoichiometry; gas; laws; thermodynamics; kinetics; chemical; equilibrium; acid-base theory; pH and; introductions to nuclear; inorganic; and organic; chemistry. Intended for chemistry majors and; preprofessional students in medicine; dentistry; and other technical fields. Must be taken in; sequence.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-112L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24TH02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 329LAB4817 1.0Kent Davis Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 112.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-325-01ANALYTICAL CHEM II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF08:00AM-08:50AMCSH 327LEC203 3.0Robert Wilson The theoretical basis of chemical analysis using; electrochemical and spectroscopic analysis with; an introduction to principles of operation of; current analytical instrumentation.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-372-01ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH LH1LEC10021 3.0Robert Wilson Second course in a sequence. The physical and; chemical properties of compounds of carbon. A; mechanistic approach to the study of organic; reactions with an emphasis on spectroscopic; methods of analysis. Must be taken in sequence.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-372L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 353LAB4020 1.0Robert Wilson Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 372.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-396-01SCIENCE SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMCH 301COLL606 0.5Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Discussions of career options for scientists and; skills needed for obtaining a job or success at; the next level of education. Topics of scientific; interest presented by guest lecturers.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-426L-01INTEGRATED CHEMISTRY LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 328LAB156 1.0Marie Pak A laboratory course that integrates material from; the major areas of chemistry including ; Analytical; Biochemistry; Inorganic; Organic; and; Physical. Experiments will vary from quarter ; to quarter. Repeatable up to 4 times.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-452-01KINETICS01/08/24-03/21/24MW10:00AM-10:50AMCSH 327LEC257 2.0Kent Davis Kinetic theory; chemical kinetics; including; enzyme kinetics; transport properties.; Introduction to the basic ideas of quantum; mechanics.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-482-01BIOCHEMISTRY II01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 327LEC304 4.0Marie Pak Second course in a sequence. Cellular metabolism; of carbohydrates; lipids; and proteins. Signal; transduction and hormonal integration of; metabolism
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-490-01SENIOR CAPSTONE01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 327COLL456 1.0Robert Wilson Topics of current interest in chemistry. Under; supervision of department faculty; each student; prepares and presents a paper on a topic of; interest in chemistry
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-499-01INDEPENDENT RESEARCH01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRRSRCH20 1.0-2.0Kent Davis An independent research project undertaken with; direction from a faculty member. Arrangements; should be made before the beginning of the; quarter.; Repeatable to a maximum of 4 credits in Bachelor; of Science curricula.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-499-02INDEPENDENT RESEARCH01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRRSRCH20 1.0-2.0Marie Pak An independent research project undertaken with; direction from a faculty member. Arrangements; should be made before the beginning of the; quarter.; Repeatable to a maximum of 4 credits in Bachelor; of Science curricula.
24/WIOpenCHCHEM-499-03INDEPENDENT RESEARCH01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRRSRCH21 1.0-2.0Robert Wilson An independent research project undertaken with; direction from a faculty member. Arrangements; should be made before the beginning of the; quarter.; Repeatable to a maximum of 4 credits in Bachelor; of Science curricula.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-105-01COMM & PUBLIC SPEAKING01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 323LEC2220 4.0Tara HargroveI.BDevelops skills in communication; surveys the; human communication process; and encourages; responsible speaking and listening. Focuses on; intrapersonal; interpersonal; small group; and; public communication. Enrollment limited to; freshmen who are not taking a major within the; Communication Department. (All other students see; COMM 226.); ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Communication Department.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-105-02COMM & PUBLIC SPEAKING01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF11:00AM-11:50AMIH 323LEC2219 4.0Tara HargroveI.BDevelops skills in communication; surveys the; human communication process; and encourages; responsible speaking and listening. Focuses on; intrapersonal; interpersonal; small group; and; public communication. Enrollment limited to; freshmen who are not taking a major within the; Communication Department. (All other students see; COMM 226.); ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Communication Department.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-105-WEBCOMM & PUBLIC SPEAKING01/08/24-03/21/24MTW05:30PM-06:20PMON LINELEC2220 4.0Tara HargroveI.BDevelops skills in communication; surveys the; human communication process; and encourages; responsible speaking and listening. Focuses on; intrapersonal; interpersonal; small group; and; public communication. Enrollment limited to; freshmen who are not taking a major within the; Communication Department. (All other students see; COMM 226.); ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Communication Department.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-329-01ORGANIZATIONAL COMM01/08/24-03/21/24TH02:00PM-03:15PMIH 200HYB2812 3.0Tammy McGuire Examining the communication elements unique to; organizations (i.e.; schools; churches;; businesses). Topics include information adequacy; challenges; organizational structure effects on; communication; power dynamics; organizational; culture/identity; and socialization.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-360-01JUNIOR SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24T01:00PM-01:50PMIH 323SEM2814 1.0Tara Hargrove Step-by-step process of how to find and apply for; jobs. Includes exercises such as creating and; updating a resume; writing a cover letter; what; to look for and how to apply for; internships/jobs. Course should be taken during; the sophomore or junior year.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-425-01COMMUNIC RESEARCH II01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:15PMIH 323LEC226 3.0Tammy McGuire Implementing a communication ; research plan; survey techniques; tabulation; procedures; and simple statistical tests. Includes; interpreting survey results; as well as writing; and presenting research in a professional;; ethical; and credible fashion.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-440-01HEALTH COMMUNICATION SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TTH05:00PM-06:15PMIH 323SEM288 3.0Tammy McGuire Exploration; discussion; and review of original; research in many areas of health communication.; Each student will conduct an extensive review of; the research in a specialized area of health; communication.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-450-01SENIOR SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TH01:00PM-01:50PMIH 324SEM281 1.0Tammy McGuire Capstone course emphasizing professional skills;; ethics; creation of portfolio; and career; planning.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-490-01TOPICS: DEBATE01/08/24-03/21/24W07:45PM-09:30PMIH 323LEC2015 3.0Tara Hargrove Study of a specific issue in an area of; communication such as rhetoric and public address;; small group communication; interpersonal; communication; intercultural communication;; organizational communication; journalism; public; relations; and speechwriting. Repeatable for; credit under different subtitles.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-493-01HEALTH COMM INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEINT50 3.0Tammy McGuire Supervised work experience in a health; communication-related environment. Skills in the; practice of communication are used. Enrollment; limited to health communication majors. Advance; approval of the department required. May not be; taken before the end of the sophomore year.
24/WIOpenCWLCOMM-494-01COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEINT51 3.0Tara Hargrove Supervised work experience in a; communication-related environment. Skills in the; practice of communication are used. Enrollment; limited to department majors. Advance approval of; the department required. May not be taken before; the end of the sophomore year.
24/WIClsdCWLCOMM-497-01DS:MEDIA COMM ETHICS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRDS12 3.0E Graham/T Hargrove  
24/WIOpenENDRMA-229-01ACTING I: FUNDAMENTALS01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-05:00PMSH THEATLEC1511 3.0Linda GillVII.DDevelopment of stage presence through the study of; improvisation; voice; movement; and acting.; Introduction to points of view; characterization; and interpretation of dramatic text. Includes; public performance.
24/WIOpenMPDTSC-290-01SOPHOMORE SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMCH 301COLL152 0.5Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Preparation for students for successful pursuit of; opportunities in mathematics-related fields of; work and study. Includes an introduction to tools; and resources used in mathematical work; CV/resume; writing; major portfolio preparation; and; identifying/pursuing internships and research; experiences for undergraduates (REUs). Graded S/F.
24/WIOpenMPDTSC-323L-01STAT METHODS-DATA SCIENCE LAB01/08/24-03/21/24F01:00PM-04:00PMCSH 109LAB204 1.0Timothy Robertson A lab course applying statistical methods that may; include multiple and logistic regression; analysis; of variance; decision trees; splines; and LASSO; using programming software (e.g.; R.; Python).
24/WIClsdMPDTSC-494-01INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRINT11 1.0Timothy Robertson Contract arrangement between student; faculty; and; a cooperating organization or business that; provides practical experience to tie in with the; student's major. Repeatable to a maximum of 2; credits toward a data science major. Prerequisite:; Permission of the instructor. Eligible for IP; grading. Graded S/F.
24/WIOpenEDECED-185-01CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT01/08/24-03/21/24MWF11:00AM-11:50AMED 212LEC150 3.0J Yamada/J Buller Focus on the integration of creative activities; such as visual art; music; movement and dramatic; play. Includes a field experience with groups of; children to plan and implement relevant curriculum; activities. Explores the concept of creativity and; its importants in the field of early childhood; education.
24/WIOpenEDECED-220-WEBECE CURRICULUM01/08/24-03/21/24M01:00PM-02:30PMON LINEONL200 3.0E Darlington/J Buller A theoretical and experiential investigation of; curriculum in the preschool environment. Emphasis; on continuity of learning experiences for children; and the use of materials for instructional; purposes.
24/WIOpenEDECED-361-01ADMIN & SUPERVISION I01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMED 212LEC123 4.0Charaine Lucas Techniques and knowledge needed to develop and; administer a quality early childhood center;; including assessment of community need; licensing; guidelines; board development; budget and; financial planning; development of the center; (equipping; staffing; enrolling children);; evaluation; and development of parent and; community support.
24/WIOpenEDECED-482-01ECE STUDENT TEACH II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMED 212STT150 3.0S Staff/J Buller Supervised field experience (90 hours) in a; preschool setting under the direction of an early; childhood licensed teacher. Students will be; expected to demonstrate mastery of subject matter;; teaching competence; and potential for future; improvement.
24/WIOpenBUECON-261-01MACROECONOMICS01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMIH 310LEC3015 4.0David BellIII.CAn analysis of the structure and functioning of; the economy in the United States. Concepts and; tools of economics are used to study how decisions; of individuals; businesses; and governments relate; to growth; income; employment; and inflation.
24/WIOpenBUECON-265-01-HMICROECONOMICS01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMIH 302LEC306 4.0Keith NeergaardIII.CAn economic analysis of the workings of the market; system in the United States. The factors that; determine prices; costs; elasticity; utility;; demand; supply; and the factors of production; (land; labor; capital) when monopoly and pure; competition exist and when conditions between; these two models of competition exist.
24/WIOpenBUECON-521-WEBMANAGERIAL ECONOMICS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL156 5.0J Judd/M Perryman The economics of the individual in its decision; making. Forecasting economic conditions using; economic indicators and economic models.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-101-01INTRO TO TEACHING01/08/24-03/21/24TTH11:00AM-11:50AMED 212LEC244 2.0Nicole Nunes-Smith An overview of the teaching profession. Includes; certification requirements; the history of; education; teaching as a profession; and the; characteristics of successful teachers. The; program admission process begins in this class.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-101-CEINTRO TO TEACHING01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL244 2.0Lynal Ingham An overview of the teaching profession. Includes; certification requirements; the history of; education; teaching as a profession; and the; characteristics of successful teachers. The; program admission process begins in this class.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-101L-01CLASSROOM OBSERVATIONS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB243 1.0Nicole Nunes-Smith A 25-hour field experience that provides practical; information about classroom teaching for the; student who is entering the teaching profession.; Involves extensive observation of teachers both in; the classroom and on video. Must be completed; before a student may be admitted to the credential; program. Students who wish to apply credit for; this course toward the requirements for a teaching; credential must earn a grade of B- or better. This; requirement may be waived on experience. Contact; the credential analyst for more information.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-101L-CECLASSROOM OBSERVATIONS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB244 1.0Lynal Ingham A 25-hour field experience that provides practical; information about classroom teaching for the; student who is entering the teaching profession.; Involves extensive observation of teachers both in; the classroom and on video. Must be completed; before a student may be admitted to the credential; program. Students who wish to apply credit for; this course toward the requirements for a teaching; credential must earn a grade of B- or better. This; requirement may be waived on experience. Contact; the credential analyst for more information.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-332-01TEACHING W/ TECHNOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24TTH02:00PM-03:15PMDH 110LEC1511 3.0Jennifer Penaflorida Excellent teaching has as much to do with; empowering students to learn as it does with; knowing how to teach. This course explores the; ranges of educational technology and methods for; improving student understanding through its use; with all learners. Applies to area A of the; Practical and Applied Arts general education; requirement.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-336-01MULTICULTURAL CLASSRM01/08/24-03/21/24MW04:00PM-05:15PMED 212LEC246 3.0Nicole Nunes-Smith Preparation of candidates for the wide diversity; of students they will encounter in the classroom.; Includes an emphasis on developing methods for; involving the family in the educational process.; Addresses the legal basis for desegregation and; multiculturalism in American Education. Emphasizes; the knowledge and skills needed to help students; be better informed and proactive in a; multicultural society.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-340-01EXCEPT CHLD IN CLASSRM01/08/24-03/21/24TTH06:00PM-07:40PMED 212LEC2414 4.0Kathleen Jefferson Major categories of disabilities and giftedness; and strategies to meet the needs of these children; in the general classroom. Information about; federal and state laws pertaining to disabilities; and how to write and implement an IEP.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-353-01ENGL LANGUAGE ARTS I01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:40PMED 212LEC248 4.0Jean Buller A comprehensive approach to teaching reading and; writing in pre-kindergarten through grade three.; Research on how children learn to read; diagnosis; of reading difficulties; phonics; stages of; writing development; and planning and delivery of; appropriate reading and writing instruction based; on assessment. Emphasis on early prevention of; failure in literacy for at-risk children.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-362-01SEC CONTENT AREA STRAT01/08/24-03/21/24TTH04:00PM-05:40PMED 212LEC245 4.0Jennifer Penaflorida One of three courses preparing students for the; secondary classroom. Focus on the high school; environment and the knowledge and skills needed to; plan and deliver instruction in specific content; areas. Creation of assessment tools for the; content area; development of effective learning; units; and creation of course syllabi. Students; will make sample instructional presentations in; class and conduct interviews with secondary; teachers in their own content areas.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-479-01ORG SELF-CONT CLASSROOM01/08/24-03/21/24TTH01:00PM-01:50PMED 212LEC246 2.0Jean Buller Organization of the self-contained classroom and; the needs of the developing child. Focus is on; assessment in the elementary classroom; from; school readiness; ongoing documentation of; growth; portfolios; grade reports; and promotion; and retention decisions. Includes organization of; schedules; equipment; and materials; and; strategies for the development of responsible and; motivated elementary age students.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-491-01STS: TPA CYCLE 101/08/24-03/21/24T12:00PM-12:50PMED 212SEM2511 1.0Nicole Nunes-Smith Guides candidates toward the successful; completion; of the California Teaching Performance; Assessment. Also provides support for candidates; as they complete their student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-492-01STS: TPA CYCLE 201/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRSEM251 1.0Jean Buller Guides candidates toward the successful completion; of the California Teaching Performance Assessment; on Assessing Learning. Evaluates the ability to; assess student learning. Also provides support for; candidates as they complete their student; teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-493-12HRSSTU TCHG: ELEMENTARY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRPRAC203 1.0-12.0Nicole Nunes-Smith Elementary student teaching is divided into four; components:; ; a) EDUC 493 (353L)- Student Teaching; Beginning; Reading Experience (1); ; 25-hour field experience completed in a K-2; classroom. Involves observing; assisting; and; actually teaching in the area of beginning reading; and writing under the direction of an experienced; primary grade teacher. Counts as 1 hour of Student; Teaching and is supervised and evaluated.; ; b) EDUC 493 (345L)- Student Teaching; Math Field; Experience (1); ; 25-hour field experience completed in an; upper-grade elementary school classroom. Involves; observing; assisting; and actually teaching in the; area of math under the direction of an experienced; elementary grade teacher. Counts as 1 hour of; Student Teaching and is supervised and evaluated.; ; c) Pre-Session Student Teaching; ; Ten-day experience at the beginning of a school; year. Involves observing and assisting a teacher; just prior to the beginning of school and into the; first few days of a new school year. This 10-day; full-time experience counts as part of student; teaching. The credit for this experience is given; when a student completes full-time student; teaching.; ; d) EDUC 493- Student Teaching; Full-Time;; Elementary (12); ; Full-time student teaching occurs at the; conclusion of the credential program courses. It; lasts for the 11 weeks of the quarter and is a; full-time; full day commitment. It is not possible; for the student teacher to hold a day job during; this time. By the end of the experience; the; student will take complete responsibility for all; classroom management; instructional planning;; teaching; and student assessment. Candidates; employed on a regular full-time teaching contract; at a grade level covered by the desired credential; may petition the department to complete in-service; student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-493-353LSTU TCHG: ELEMENTARY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRPRAC208 1.0-12.0Jean Buller Elementary student teaching is divided into four; components:; ; a) EDUC 493 (353L)- Student Teaching; Beginning; Reading Experience (1); ; 25-hour field experience completed in a K-2; classroom. Involves observing; assisting; and; actually teaching in the area of beginning reading; and writing under the direction of an experienced; primary grade teacher. Counts as 1 hour of Student; Teaching and is supervised and evaluated.; ; b) EDUC 493 (345L)- Student Teaching; Math Field; Experience (1); ; 25-hour field experience completed in an; upper-grade elementary school classroom. Involves; observing; assisting; and actually teaching in the; area of math under the direction of an experienced; elementary grade teacher. Counts as 1 hour of; Student Teaching and is supervised and evaluated.; ; c) Pre-Session Student Teaching; ; Ten-day experience at the beginning of a school; year. Involves observing and assisting a teacher; just prior to the beginning of school and into the; first few days of a new school year. This 10-day; full-time experience counts as part of student; teaching. The credit for this experience is given; when a student completes full-time student; teaching.; ; d) EDUC 493- Student Teaching; Full-Time;; Elementary (12); ; Full-time student teaching occurs at the; conclusion of the credential program courses. It; lasts for the 11 weeks of the quarter and is a; full-time; full day commitment. It is not possible; for the student teacher to hold a day job during; this time. By the end of the experience; the; student will take complete responsibility for all; classroom management; instructional planning;; teaching; and student assessment. Candidates; employed on a regular full-time teaching contract; at a grade level covered by the desired credential; may petition the department to complete in-service; student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-494-12HRSSTU TCHG: SECONDARY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRPRAC240 1.0-12.0Nicole Nunes-Smith Student teaching is divided into four components:; ; a) EDUC 494 (361L)- Student Teaching; Middle; School Field Experience (1); ; Involves 25 hours of observation and teaching in; the specific content area of the credential in a; middle school classroom (grades 6-8). Counts as 1; hour of Student Teaching and is supervised and; evaluated. Prerequisites: Regular program; admission; TB clearance; completion of 50% of the; major coursework with GPA of 2.5 or above or; passage of CSET.; ; b) EDUC 494 (362L)- Student Teaching; Senior High; School Field Experience (1); ; Involves 25 hours of observation and teaching in; the specific content area of the credential in a; senior high school classroom (grades 9-12). Counts; as 1 hour of Student Teaching and is supervised; and evaluated.; ; c) Pre-Session Student Teaching; ; Ten-day experience at the beginning of a school; year. Involves observing and assisting a teacher; just prior to the beginning of school and into the; first few days of a new school year. This 10-day; full-time experience counts as part of student; teaching. Credit is given when a student completes; full-time student teaching.; ; d) EDUC 494- Student Teaching; Full-Time; Middle; or Senior High School (12); ; Full-time student teaching occurs at the; conclusion of the credential program courses. It; lasts for the 11 weeks of the quarter and is a; full-time; full day commitment. It is not possible; for the student teacher to hold a day job during; this time. By the end of the experience; the; student will take complete responsibility for all; classroom management; instructional planning;; teaching; and student assessment. Candidates; employed on a regular full-time teaching contract; at a grade level covered by the desired credential; may petition the department to complete in-service; student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-494-362LSTU TCHG: SECONDARY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRPRAC245 1.0-12.0Jennifer Penaflorida Student teaching is divided into four components:; ; a) EDUC 494 (361L)- Student Teaching; Middle; School Field Experience (1); ; Involves 25 hours of observation and teaching in; the specific content area of the credential in a; middle school classroom (grades 6-8). Counts as 1; hour of Student Teaching and is supervised and; evaluated. Prerequisites: Regular program; admission; TB clearance; completion of 50% of the; major coursework with GPA of 2.5 or above or; passage of CSET.; ; b) EDUC 494 (362L)- Student Teaching; Senior High; School Field Experience (1); ; Involves 25 hours of observation and teaching in; the specific content area of the credential in a; senior high school classroom (grades 9-12). Counts; as 1 hour of Student Teaching and is supervised; and evaluated.; ; c) Pre-Session Student Teaching; ; Ten-day experience at the beginning of a school; year. Involves observing and assisting a teacher; just prior to the beginning of school and into the; first few days of a new school year. This 10-day; full-time experience counts as part of student; teaching. Credit is given when a student completes; full-time student teaching.; ; d) EDUC 494- Student Teaching; Full-Time; Middle; or Senior High School (12); ; Full-time student teaching occurs at the; conclusion of the credential program courses. It; lasts for the 11 weeks of the quarter and is a; full-time; full day commitment. It is not possible; for the student teacher to hold a day job during; this time. By the end of the experience; the; student will take complete responsibility for all; classroom management; instructional planning;; teaching; and student assessment. Candidates; employed on a regular full-time teaching contract; at a grade level covered by the desired credential; may petition the department to complete in-service; student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-498-01ST SEM: CULMINATNG EXP01/08/24-03/21/24M06:00PM-06:50PMED 212SEM151 1.0Jean Buller Guides candidates toward the successful completion; of the California Teaching Performance Assessment; Culminating Teaching Experience. Evaluates the; ability of the candidate to integrate the three; previous strands of the TPA: subject specific; pedagogy; designing learning; and assessing; learning. Also provides support for students as; they complete their student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-532-01TEACHING W/ TECHNOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24TTH02:00PM-03:15PMED 213LEC1511 3.0Jennifer Penaflorida Excellent teaching has as much to do with; empowering students to learn as it does with; knowing how to teach. This course explores the; ranges of educational technology and methods for; improving student understanding through its use; with all learners.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-536-01MULTICULTURAL CLASSRM01/08/24-03/21/24MW04:00PM-05:15PMED 212LEC246 3.0Nicole Nunes-Smith Preparation of candidates for the wide diversity; of students they will encounter in the classroom.; Includes an emphasis on developing methods for; involving the family in the educational process.; Addresses the legal basis for desegregation and; multiculturalism in American Education. Emphasizes; the knowledge and skills needed to help students; be better informed and proactive in a; multicultural society.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-540-01EXCEPT CHLD IN CLASSRM01/08/24-03/21/24TTH06:00PM-06:40PMED 212LEC2414 4.0Kathleen Jefferson Major categories of disabilities and giftedness; and strategies to meet the needs of these children; in the general classroom. Information about; federal and state laws pertaining to disabilities; and how to write and implement an IEP.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-553-01ENGL LANGUAGE ARTS I01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:40PMED 212LEC248 4.0Jean Buller A comprehensive approach to teaching reading and; writing in pre-kindergarten through grade three.; Research on how children learn to read; diagnosis; of reading difficulties; phonics; stages of; writing development; and planning and delivery of; appropriate reading and writing instruction based; on assessment. Emphasis on early prevention of; failure in literacy for at-risk children.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-562-01SEC CONTENT AREA STRAT01/08/24-03/21/24TTH04:00PM-05:40PMED 212LEC245 4.0Jennifer Penaflorida One of three courses preparing students for the; secondary classroom. Focus on the high school; environment and the knowledge and skills needed to; plan and deliver instruction in specific content; areas. Creation of assessment tools for the; content area; development of effective learning; units; and creation of course syllabi. Students; will make sample instructional presentations in; class and conduct interviews with secondary; teachers in their own content areas.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-579-01ORG SELF-CONT CLASSROOM01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC246 2.0Jean Buller Organization of the self-contained classroom and; the needs of the developing child. Focus is on; assessment in the elementary classroom; from; school readiness; ongoing documentation of; growth; portfolios; grade reports; and promotion; and retention decisions. Includes organization of; schedules; equipment; and materials; and; strategies for the development of responsible and; motivated elementary age students. Includes; differentiated requirements for the; graduate-level student
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-591-01STS: TPA CYCLE 101/08/24-03/21/24T12:00PM-12:50PMED 212SEM2511 1.0Nicole Nunes-Smith Guides candidates toward the successful; completion; of the California Teaching Performance; Assessment. Also provides support for candidates; as they complete their student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-592-01STS: TPA CYCLE 201/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRSEM251 1.0Jean Buller Guides candidates toward the successful completion; of the California Teaching Performance Assessment; on Assessing Learning. Evaluates the ability to; assess student learning. Also provides support for; candidates as they complete their student; teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-593-12HRSSTU TCHG: ELEMENTARY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRSTT203 1.0-12.0Nicole Nunes-Smith Elementary student teaching is divided into four; components:; ; a) EDUC 593 (553L)- Student Teaching; Beginning; Reading Experience (1); ; 25-hour field experience completed in a K-2; classroom. Involves observing; assisting; and; actually teaching in the area of beginning reading; and writing under the direction of an experienced; primary grade teacher. Counts as 1 hour of Student; Teaching and is supervised and evaluated.; ; b) EDUC 593 (545L)- Student Teaching; Math Field; Experience (1); ; 25-hour field experience completed in an; upper-grade elementary school classroom. Involves; observing; assisting; and actually teaching in the; area of math under the direction of an experienced; elementary grade teacher. Counts as 1 hour of; Student Teaching and is supervised and evaluated.; ; c) Pre-Session Student Teaching; ; Ten-day experience at the beginning of a school; year. Involves observing and assisting a teacher; just prior to the beginning of school and into the; first few days of a new school year. This 10-day; full-time experience counts as part of student; teaching. The credit for this experience is given; when a student completes full-time student; teaching.; ; d) EDUC 593- Student Teaching; Full-Time;; Elementary (12); ; Full-time student teaching occurs at the; conclusion of the credential program courses. It; lasts for the 11 weeks of the quarter and is a; full-time; full day commitment. It is not possible; for the student teacher to hold a day job during; this time. By the end of the experience; the; student will take complete responsibility for all; classroom management; instructional planning;; teaching; and student assessment. Candidates; employed on a regular full-time teaching contract; at a grade level covered by the desired credential; may petition the department to complete in-service; student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-593-553LSTU TCHG: ELEMENTARY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRSTT208 1.0-12.0Jean Buller Elementary student teaching is divided into four; components:; ; a) EDUC 593 (553L)- Student Teaching; Beginning; Reading Experience (1); ; 25-hour field experience completed in a K-2; classroom. Involves observing; assisting; and; actually teaching in the area of beginning reading; and writing under the direction of an experienced; primary grade teacher. Counts as 1 hour of Student; Teaching and is supervised and evaluated.; ; b) EDUC 593 (545L)- Student Teaching; Math Field; Experience (1); ; 25-hour field experience completed in an; upper-grade elementary school classroom. Involves; observing; assisting; and actually teaching in the; area of math under the direction of an experienced; elementary grade teacher. Counts as 1 hour of; Student Teaching and is supervised and evaluated.; ; c) Pre-Session Student Teaching; ; Ten-day experience at the beginning of a school; year. Involves observing and assisting a teacher; just prior to the beginning of school and into the; first few days of a new school year. This 10-day; full-time experience counts as part of student; teaching. The credit for this experience is given; when a student completes full-time student; teaching.; ; d) EDUC 593- Student Teaching; Full-Time;; Elementary (12); ; Full-time student teaching occurs at the; conclusion of the credential program courses. It; lasts for the 11 weeks of the quarter and is a; full-time; full day commitment. It is not possible; for the student teacher to hold a day job during; this time. By the end of the experience; the; student will take complete responsibility for all; classroom management; instructional planning;; teaching; and student assessment. Candidates; employed on a regular full-time teaching contract; at a grade level covered by the desired credential; may petition the department to complete in-service; student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-594-12HRSSTU TCHG: SECONDARY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRSTT240 1.0-12.0Nicole Nunes-Smith Student teaching is divided into four components:; ; a) EDUC 594 (561L)- Student Teaching; Middle; School Field Experience (1); ; Involves 25 hours of observation and teaching in; the specific content area of the credential in a; middle school classroom (grades 6-8). Counts as 1; hour of Student Teaching and is supervised and; evaluated. Prerequisites: Regular program; admission; TB clearance; completion of 50% of the; major coursework with GPA of 2.5 or above or; passage of CSET.; ; b) EDUC 594 (562L)- Student Teaching; Senior High; School Field Experience (1); ; Involves 25 hours of observation and teaching in; the specific content area of the credential in a; senior high school classroom (grades 9-12). Counts; as 1 hour of Student Teaching and is supervised; and evaluated.; ; c) Pre-Session Student Teaching; ; Ten-day experience at the beginning of a school; year. Involves observing and assisting a teacher; just prior to the beginning of school and into the; first few days of a new school year. This 10-day; full-time experience counts as part of student; teaching. Credit is given when a student completes; full-time student teaching.; ; d) EDUC 594- Student Teaching; Full-Time; Middle; or Senior High School (12); ; Full-time student teaching occurs at the; conclusion of the credential program courses. It; lasts for the 11 weeks of the quarter and is a; full-time; full day commitment. It is not possible; for the student teacher to hold a day job during; this time. By the end of the experience; the; student will take complete responsibility for all; classroom management; instructional planning;; teaching; and student assessment. Candidates; employed on a regular full-time teaching contract; at a grade level covered by the desired credential; may petition the department to complete in-service; student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-594-562LSTU TCHG: SECONDARY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRSTT245 1.0-12.0Jennifer Penaflorida Student teaching is divided into four components:; ; a) EDUC 594 (561L)- Student Teaching; Middle; School Field Experience (1); ; Involves 25 hours of observation and teaching in; the specific content area of the credential in a; middle school classroom (grades 6-8). Counts as 1; hour of Student Teaching and is supervised and; evaluated. Prerequisites: Regular program; admission; TB clearance; completion of 50% of the; major coursework with GPA of 2.5 or above or; passage of CSET.; ; b) EDUC 594 (562L)- Student Teaching; Senior High; School Field Experience (1); ; Involves 25 hours of observation and teaching in; the specific content area of the credential in a; senior high school classroom (grades 9-12). Counts; as 1 hour of Student Teaching and is supervised; and evaluated.; ; c) Pre-Session Student Teaching; ; Ten-day experience at the beginning of a school; year. Involves observing and assisting a teacher; just prior to the beginning of school and into the; first few days of a new school year. This 10-day; full-time experience counts as part of student; teaching. Credit is given when a student completes; full-time student teaching.; ; d) EDUC 594- Student Teaching; Full-Time; Middle; or Senior High School (12); ; Full-time student teaching occurs at the; conclusion of the credential program courses. It; lasts for the 11 weeks of the quarter and is a; full-time; full day commitment. It is not possible; for the student teacher to hold a day job during; this time. By the end of the experience; the; student will take complete responsibility for all; classroom management; instructional planning;; teaching; and student assessment. Candidates; employed on a regular full-time teaching contract; at a grade level covered by the desired credential; may petition the department to complete in-service; student teaching.
24/WIOpenEDEDUC-598-01ST SEM: CULMINATNG EXP01/08/24-03/21/24M06:00PM-06:50PMED 212SEM151 1.0Jean Buller Guides candidates toward the successful completion; of the California Teaching Performance Assessment; Culminating Teaching Experience. Evaluates the; ability of the candidate to integrate the three; previous strands of the TPA: subject specific; pedagogy; designing learning; and assessing; learning. Also provides support for students as; they complete their student teaching.
24/WIOpenNUEMER-105-01EMT BASIC II01/08/24-03/21/24TTH05:30PM-07:10PMFH 158LEC309 6.0Jefferson Joiner Second course in a sequence. Emergency medical; training necessary to provide pre-hospital basic; life support to the sick and injured. Meets; in; part; the requirements for California EMT; certification. Must be 18 years old by course; completion to be eligible for certification.
24/WIOpenNUEMER-105L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24TTH07:30PM-09:00PMFH 158LAB309 0.0J Joiner/M Russell  
24/WIOpenNUEMER-225-01PUBLIC HEALTH01/08/24-03/21/24MWF08:00AM-08:50AMFH 158LEC307 3.0Matthew Russell An overview of the American health system and; public health education. Emphasis on the role of; the pre-hospital medical provider in public health; issues. Topics include disease prevention and; treatment and the special concerns associated with; the health of children and senior citizens;; includes child and elder abuse.
24/WIOpenNUEMER-273-01EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRAC01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRPRAC300 2.0Matthew Russell Application of skills from EMER 105 in a; pre-hospital and a hospital setting. Prerequisite:; Current EMT certification by the LEMSA.
24/WIOpenNUEMER-355-01DISASTER MANAGEMENT01/08/24-03/21/24W02:00PM-05:00PMFH 158LEC3010 3.0Jefferson JoinerVII.BApplication of the incident command system (ICS); to large-scale disasters; whether man-made or; natural. Encompasses all phases from preparation; through response to after-action review. Emphasis; placed on pre-planning for high-risk entities and; vulnerable populations.
24/WIOpenNUEMER-462-01HEALTH EDUC PRACTICUM01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRFH 158LEC300 1.0Matthew Russell The application of health care education within; the context of the Emergency Services Provider.; Students achieve learning outcomes by integrating; knowledge; skills; and attitudes in various; health care education settings.
24/WIOpenNUEMER-494-01EMER MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRINT50 1.0-3.0Jefferson Joiner Supervised work experience in emergency management; and/or related field to increase student; understanding by applying program education to an; applied work experience. Enrollment limited to; department majors. Advance approval of the; department required. May not be taken before the; end of the sophomore year. Qualifies for IP; grading. Graded S/F. May be repeated for credit.
24/WIOpenENENGL-101-01COLLEGE ENGLISH I01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF12:00PM-12:50PMIH 200LEC2421 4.0Linda GillI.AFirst in a two-course sequence that immerses; students in academic writing; reading; and; thinking practices. Through extensive; inquiry-based writing; students engage in; building the reflective awareness needed for; success in a wide range of academic experiences. ; Students write consistently; are introduced to; academic writing conventions; engage with; challenging readings; and begin putting others'; ideas in conversation with their own.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the English Department.
24/WIOpenENENGL-102-04COLLEGE ENGLISH II01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMIH 201LEC2419 4.0Catherine TetzI.ASecond in a two-course sequence that immerses; students in academic writing; reading; and; thinking practices. Through extensive; inquiry-based writing; students engage in; building the reflective awareness needed for; success in a wide range of academic experiences. ; Focuses on academic inquiry; how writers form; their own research questions; and how academic; writers; enter and respond to an ongoing written; conversation; through sustained research. Students will come to; understand the methods of academic inquiry; resulting in analytical and research-based; writing.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the English Department.
24/WIOpenENENGL-102-05COLLEGE ENGLISH II01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMIH 200LEC2423 4.0Catherine TetzI.ASecond in a two-course sequence that immerses; students in academic writing; reading; and; thinking practices. Through extensive; inquiry-based writing; students engage in; building the reflective awareness needed for; success in a wide range of academic experiences. ; Focuses on academic inquiry; how writers form; their own research questions; and how academic; writers; enter and respond to an ongoing written; conversation; through sustained research. Students will come to; understand the methods of academic inquiry; resulting in analytical and research-based; writing.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the English Department.
24/WIOpenENENGL-102-DCCOLLEGE ENGLISH II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRACAD EMYLEC245 4.0Staff StaffI.ASecond in a two-course sequence that immerses; students in academic writing; reading; and; thinking practices. Through extensive; inquiry-based writing; students engage in; building the reflective awareness needed for; success in a wide range of academic experiences. ; Focuses on academic inquiry; how writers form; their own research questions; and how academic; writers; enter and respond to an ongoing written; conversation; through sustained research. Students will come to; understand the methods of academic inquiry; resulting in analytical and research-based; writing.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the English Department.
24/WIOpenENENGL-102-DC2COLLEGE ENGLISH II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC246 4.0Staff StaffI.ASecond in a two-course sequence that immerses; students in academic writing; reading; and; thinking practices. Through extensive; inquiry-based writing; students engage in; building the reflective awareness needed for; success in a wide range of academic experiences. ; Focuses on academic inquiry; how writers form; their own research questions; and how academic; writers; enter and respond to an ongoing written; conversation; through sustained research. Students will come to; understand the methods of academic inquiry; resulting in analytical and research-based; writing.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the English Department.
24/WIOpenENENGL-102-WEBCOLLEGE ENGLISH II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC2019 4.0Jennifer PenafloridaI.ASecond in a two-course sequence that immerses; students in academic writing; reading; and; thinking practices. Through extensive; inquiry-based writing; students engage in; building the reflective awareness needed for; success in a wide range of academic experiences. ; Focuses on academic inquiry; how writers form; their own research questions; and how academic; writers; enter and respond to an ongoing written; conversation; through sustained research. Students will come to; understand the methods of academic inquiry; resulting in analytical and research-based; writing.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the English Department.
24/WIOpenENENGL-151-01SURVEY OF LIT II01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF09:00AM-09:50AMSH 203LEC153 4.0Emily Logan Second course in a sequence. A survey of British; and American literature and literary history from; Anglo-Saxon times to the present. Covers skills; in reading; analyzing; and writing about multiple; genres of literature. This quarter draws from; British and American literature of the 18th; century and early 19th century.
24/WIOpenENENGL-301-02THEMES IN LITERATURE01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:40PMCSH 235LEC3020 4.0Catherine TetzIV.AThematically organized works generally recognized; as distinguished explorations and expressions of; significant issues. Literature is selected from; several genres; countries and time periods.; Readings; lectures; discussions; reports and; papers. Repeatable for credit under different; subtitles. Current subtitles include:; Class and Gender; Global Perspectives; Literature and the Arts; Literature and the Environment; Salvation Stories; Travel Narratives; Ventures in Science; Enrollment limited to juniors and seniors.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the English Department.
24/WIOpenENENGL-356-01AMER REALSM & NATURLSM01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:40PMSH 201LEC124 4.0Emily Logan Authors from American realists and naturalists.; ; Explores a variety of genres and authors. Though; the emphasis is on the reading of primary works;; students also apply a variety of interpretive; approaches to the literature.
24/WIOpenENENGL-396-01COLLOQUIUM01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC151 0.2Linda Gill  
24/WIClsdENENGL-497-02DS:MODERN AGE IN BRITAIN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRDS11 4.0Catherine Tetz  
24/WIOpenBIENVR-361-01ENERGY & CLIMATE CHNGE01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCH 317LEC256 3.0Floyd HayesV.BFossil fuels; alternative energy sources; energy; conservation; energy politics; atmosphere and; climate; natural climate changes; and global; warming.
24/WIOpenBIENVR-361L-01ENERGY & CLIMATE LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W02:00PM-05:00PMCH 302LAB102 1.0Floyd Hayes Laboratory activities coordinated with ENVR 361.; Required corequisite for biology majors and minors; and for environmental studies majors and minors.
24/WIOpenBIENVR-396-01SCIENCE SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMCH 301COLL106 0.5Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Discussions of career options for scientists and; skills needed for obtaining a job or success at; the next level of education. Topics of scientific; interest presented by guest lecturers.
24/WIOpenBIENVR-397-01ENV STUDIES SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24W08:00PM-09:30PMCH 317COLL408 0.5Bryan Ness Topics of current interest in the biological; sciences are presented and discussed.
24/WIOpenBIENVR-412-01RSRCH/ENVIRONMNTL STUD01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRRSRCH50 1.0-2.0Floyd Hayes Original investigation in selected areas of; environmental studies. The research topic is; selected and the work done under direction of a; faculty advisor. Scholarly presentation of; research results is encouraged. Repeatable to a; maximum of 6 credits.
24/WIOpenBIENVR-494-01INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRINT51 1.0-2.0Floyd Hayes Volunteer service or employment with an; environmental government agency or non-government; organization. Intended to provide students with; experience relevant to future employment or; graduate studies. A report must be submitted; summarizing duties performed and skills learned.; Repeatable to a maximum of 4 credits.
24/WIOpenKIESAC-103A-01PHYSICAL FITNESS01/08/24-03/21/24TTH08:00AM-08:50AMPA GYMACT3416 1.0Matthew EvensVI.BActivity course.
24/WIOpenKIESAC-105A-01FITNESS FOR WOMEN01/08/24-03/21/24TTH11:00AM-11:50AMPA GYMACT248 1.0E Neudeck/A Wyrick-BrownworthVI.BActivity course. Enrollment limited to women.
24/WIOpenKIESAC-171-01PICKLEBALL01/08/24-03/21/24TTH12:00PM-12:50PMPA GYMACT2416 1.0E Neudeck/A Wyrick-BrownworthVI.BActivity course.
24/WIWclsKIESAC-174-01BADMINTON01/08/24-03/21/24MW12:00PM-12:50PMPA GYMACT2222 1.0E Neudeck/A Wyrick-BrownworthVI.BActivity course.
24/WIOpenKIESAC-176-01WEIGHT TRAINING01/08/24-03/21/24MW10:00AM-10:50AMPA WTRMACT3012 1.0Matthew EvensVI.BActivity course.
24/WIOpenKIESAC-234V-VARVOLLEYBALL-VARSITY MEN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRACT151 1.0H Granados/A Wyrick-BrownworthVI.BParticipants must be members of the men's varsity; volleyball team prior to enrollment.
24/WIOpenKIESAC-235V-VARBASKETBALL-VARSITY WOMEN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRACT350 1.0H Granados/A Wyrick-BrownworthVI.BParticipants must be members of the women's; varsity basketball team prior to enrollment.
24/WIOpenKIESAC-236V-VARBASKETBALL-VARSITY MEN01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRACT350 1.0H Granados/A Wyrick-BrownworthVI.BParticipants must be members of the men's varsity; basketball team prior to enrollment in the class.
24/WIOpenKIESTH-373-01ADAPTED PHYS ACTIVITY01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMPA 50LEC3011 3.0E Neudeck/A Wyrick-Brownworth Common deviations of posture and feet; functional; disturbances and crippling conditions found in; school children. Survey of source material needed; to plan and conduct individual; developmental; and; special courses in physical education in schools.
24/WIOpenKIESTH-374-01MOTOR LEARNING01/08/24-03/21/24MTW11:00AM-11:50AMPA 50LEC204 4.0Matthew Evens Physiological and psychological instructional; considerations for learning; skill acquisition;; and performance as applied to motor skills. Three; lectures and one laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenKIESTH-374L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24TH11:00AM-11:50AMPA 50LAB204 0.0Matthew Evens  
24/WIOpenKIESTH-378-01FITNESS ASSESSMENT01/08/24-03/21/24MWF08:00AM-08:50AMPA 50LEC2011 3.0Matthew Evens Introduction to the theoretical and practical; aspects of exercise assessment; exercise; interpretations; and exercise prescription. Covers; principles of exercise prescription with hands-on; experiences using various clinical and field; methods to evaluate cardiorespiratory fitness;; muscular strength and endurance; flexibility and; body composition.
24/WIOpenKIESTH-383-01T&T WGHT TR/DEVEL PE01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMPA 50LEC207 3.0Matthew Evens An analysis of the physiological and; biomechanical application of resistant training;; cross training and sports nutrition for athletes; participating in team and individual sports. ; Principles of program design; supervision; and; technique assessment for pre-season; season and; post season development.
24/WIOpenKIESTH-450-01SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MW05:30PM-07:00PMPA 102LEC209 3.0R Paulson/A Wyrick-Brownworth Psychological theories and research related to; sport and exercise behavior. Introduction to the; field of sport and exercise psychology by; providing a broad overview of the major topics in; the area.
24/WIOpenKIESTH-471-01RESEARCH METHODS IN SPORTS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF11:00AM-11:50AMPA 102LEC258 3.0R Paulson/A Wyrick-Brownworth Scientific testing in physical education: analysis; and study of tests; diagnosis of physical; efficiency; and physiological reactions to; exercise. Evaluation of programs and student; achievement through measurement technique.
24/WIOpenKIESTH-490-01ETHICS IN SPORTS & EXERCISE01/08/24-03/21/24TTH11:00AM-11:50AMPA 102LEC209 2.0R Paulson/A Wyrick-Brownworth The power of religion in developing Christian; professionals in health; physical education and; recreation. Concepts of the way God; man and; Spirit relate to one another; development of; Christlike leadership qualities in both; instructors and students.
24/WIOpenNUFDNT-235-01NUTRITION01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:15PMCSH 327LEC4031 3.0Kevin LittleVI.APrinciples of nutrition; emphasizing nutritional; requirements; dietary sources of nutrients;; nutrient utilization; effects of nutrition on; energy intake and weight control; fitness; disease; prevention; and life cycle.
24/WIOpenVAFILM-131-01CINEMATIC STORYTELLING01/08/24-03/21/24TH06:00PM-07:40PMFH 206LEC206 3.0Rajeev Sigamoney Introduction to the basic elements of cinema and; related motion-picture technologies. Emphasis on; developing skills of critical analysis and; appreciation of the 'language' of cinema; craft;; genre; style; and technique. Historical overview; of cinema classics and innovative visionaries of; the medium. Introduction to roles and; responsibilities involved in motion-picture; technologies (e.g.; scriptwriting; directing;; cinematography; editing; lighting; sound; direction; etc.). Lectures; discussion; and; intensive viewing labs.
24/WIOpenVAFILM-131L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T06:00PM-09:00PMFH 206LAB206 0.0Rajeev Sigamoney  
24/WIOpenVAFILM-256-01EDITING01/08/24-03/21/24TTH01:00PM-01:50PMFH 206LEC205 3.0Tim de la Torre Explores the history; theories; and techniques of; film and television editing. Students learn to; create meaning and emotion through the; juxtaposition of moving images and the art of; making the edit. Practical training includes; project workflow; metadata and clip organization;; codec selection and mastering the tools for; making and refining edit choices. Two lectures; and one laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenVAFILM-256L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-05:00PMFH 206LAB85 0.0Tim de la Torre  
24/WIOpenVAFILM-342-01GROUP PRODUCTION II01/08/24-03/21/24TTH11:00AM-11:50AMFH 206LEC126 3.0R Sigamoney/T DeLaTorre Second course in a three-part series in which; students work together as a collaborative team to; create a film (narrative or documentary) or; television project. The series is intended to; allow students to apply their previously acquired; skills to a project as a team and prepare them; for; their thesis project. Two lectures and one; laboratory per week. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenVAFILM-342L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W06:00PM-09:00PMFH 206LAB124 0.0Rajeev Sigamoney  
24/WIOpenVAFILM-342L-02LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W06:00PM-09:00PMFH 206LAB123 0.0Tim de la Torre  
24/WIOpenVAFILM-346-01SCREENWRITING I01/08/24-03/21/24TTH02:00PM-03:40PMFH 256LEC156 4.0Rajeev Sigamoney First course in a sequence. Fundamentals of; screenwriting: structure; character and scene; development; conflict; locale; theme; script; outline and story conception. Includes practical; development of the student's knowledge of; screenwriting software programs. In MDIA 246;; students produce one act of a full-length; screenplay. In MDIA 247; students rewrite the; first draft and move towards the creation of the; final draft of a full-length screenplay (90 to 120; pages in length).
24/WIOpenVAFILM-360-01CINEMATOGRAPHY I01/08/24-03/21/24MW01:00PM-01:50PMFH 206LEC155 3.0Tim de la Torre Lighting analysis; design; and theory for; cinematography. Students will learn to work with; a variety of industry standard lights and; modifiers to control and shape light. Two lectures; and one laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenVAFILM-360L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W02:00PM-05:00PMFH 203LAB155 0.0Tim de la Torre  
24/WIOpenVAFILM-488-01THESIS PROJECT II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRPROJ203 2.0R Sigamoney/T DeLaTorre Second course in a sequence. A film or television; project produced and completed during the senior; year that incorporates the creative; technical;; and business skills learned throughout the major.; The film; documentary; or television project will; be presented at the Senior Film Festival held at; the end of the year. Proposals must be pitched to; a department review panel for approval at the; beginning of the senior year.
24/WIOpenVAFILM-494-01INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRINT52 1.0-3.0Rajeev Sigamoney An individualized contract agreement involving; selected students; faculty; and employers to; provide practical experience in film and tv in a; professional setting. Thirty clock hours of; experience required for each hour of credit.; Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenBUFIN-444-01INVESTMENTS01/08/24-03/21/24MW05:15PM-06:30PMIH 310LEC309 3.0M Mumford/D Bell Investment alternatives and the development of; rational objectives and investment philosophies.; Topics include risks; returns; evaluation; concepts; technical approaches; portfolio; development; the efficient market hypothesis; and; decisions relating to different types of; investments.
24/WIOpenHIGEOG-210-01WORLD REGIONAL GEOG01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL3222 3.0J Ruiz/L WibberdingIII.CRegions of the world and their cultural;; historical; climatic; and economic similarities or; diversities. Emphasis on current developments.
24/WIOpenNUGLBH-418-01ETHICS FOR GLOBAL HEALTH01/08/24-03/21/24M03:00PM-05:50PMDH 212LEC304 4.0J Penaflorida/N Jacobo Exploration of how values influence one's; perspective on identifying global wrongs related; to health and seeking to find solutions. For; example; where do the rights of people to enjoy; health intersect with the idea that other people; may not feel obligated to provide charity? If one; group believes in a particular systematic approach; to health; what happens when they fail to respect; national boundaries in offering solutions to a; health issue?
24/WIOpenNUGLBH-460-01HEALTH SYSTEMS OF THE WORLD01/08/24-03/21/24TTH06:00PM-07:40PMDH 105HYB307 4.0P Wegner/N Jacobo/K Dunker Health systems in all countries reflect; disparities in wealth. The demand for health; services always outstrips the financial resources; available to supply them. Differences in income; translate to both personal and societal wealth and; have a profound and continuing effect on the; opportunities; lifestyles; and health of the; people. Even low-income countries now experience; wealthy-nation diseases; such as heart disease and; cancer.
24/WIOpenTHGNRL-350-WEBFIELD EXPERIENCE01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLD252 6.0A Lopez/L Hayasaka Enrollment limited to students in the Pacific; Union College Student Missionary and Task Force; programs. Registration for the course must be; completed before the experience begins and is; limited to students who have previously taken; courses at Pacific Union College. Consists of; academic work that is done in connection with the; service appointment; including a weekly journal;; a reflective paper; and a public presentation.; Registration qualifies students to maintain; part-time enrollment status at the college during; the fall and spring quarters. Further information; is available at the Campus Ministries Office or; from the registrar. Repeatable to a maximum of 12; credits. Qualifies for IP grading. Graded S/F.
24/WIOpenADGNST-104-01STUDENT SEMINAR I01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMSSC GRLEC2514 2.0R Davis/K Pascual-Smith Examines the college learning process in academic; areas and encourages skill development in; strengths exploration; goal setting; learning; styles; note taking and test-taking strategies.; These and other topics related to learning and; retaining college material are explored.; Registration for and successful completion of GNST; 104-105 is required for freshmen who are admitted; to Pacific Union College on academic probation and; for current freshmen as soon as they are placed on; academic probation.
24/WIOpenADGNST-105-01STUDENT SEMINAR II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRTUTOR250 1.0Kharolynn Pascual-Smith Designed to immediately follow GNST 104. Academic; progress is tracked on a weekly; one-on-one basis;; although one or more group sessions and tutorials; may be required.; Registration for and successful completion of GNST; 104-105 is required for freshmen who are admitted; to Pacific Union College on academic probation and; for current freshmen as soon as they are placed on; academic probation.
24/WIOpenADGNST-201-01ASSESSMENT SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24T06:00PM-08:00PMLIB UTT CRSEM200 0.1Milbert Mariano Designed for students graduating with an associate; degree. Assesses student learning outcomes in; general education and in the field of study so; that the college may determine how well it is; reaching its educational goals. May include a; major field examination; other standardized; examinations; and various Pacific Union; College-developed tests and surveys. Required for;; and restricted to; students during their final; quarter of residency for the A.S. program.
24/WIOpenADGNST-401-01SENIOR ASSESS SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24T06:00PM-08:00PMLIB UTT CRSEM509 0.2Milbert Mariano Designed for baccalaureate seniors only. Assesses; student learning outcomes in general education and; in the field of study so that the college may; determine how well it is reaching its educational; goals. May include a major field examination;; other standardized examinations; and various; Pacific Union College-developed tests and surveys.; Required for; and restricted to; students during; their final quarter of residency for the B.A.;; B.S.; B.B.A.; B.Mus.; and B.S.W. programs.
24/WIOpenBUHADM-530-WEBHUM RESRC IN HLTH CR ORGNZTNS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL158 5.0D Tetz/M Perryman/K Dunker The theory and practice of healthcare in Western; culture. Different types of care delivery studied.; Environments; services offered; process of entry; into care systems. Health and quality of care;; medical ethics; environmental health; and; delivering of services addressed. Designed for all; avenues of healthcare.
24/WIOpenHIHIST-102-01HIST OF WORLD CIV II01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF09:00AM-09:50AMIH 204LEC3012 4.0Laura WibberdingIII.AMajor characteristics and developments in world; civilizations based on primary and secondary; texts. Also integral: discussion of history's; place in the liberal arts and of the problems of; the historical method.
24/WIOpenHIHIST-135-DCHISTORY OF THE US II01/08/24-03/21/24WARRARRLEC3010 4.0Staff StaffIII.AThe United States from colonial beginnings to the; present time. The central theme is the growth of; American democracy with its implications for; government and society; racial and religious; minorities and the emergence of the nation as a; world power.
24/WIOpenHIHIST-135-DCHISTORY OF THE US II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC3010 4.0Staff StaffIII.AThe United States from colonial beginnings to the; present time. The central theme is the growth of; American democracy with its implications for; government and society; racial and religious; minorities and the emergence of the nation as a; world power.
24/WIWclsHIHIST-135-WEBHISTORY OF THE US II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL3030 4.0W Logan/L WibberdingIII.AThe United States from colonial beginnings to the; present time. The central theme is the growth of; American democracy with its implications for; government and society; racial and religious; minorities and the emergence of the nation as a; world power.
24/WIOpenHIHIST-280-01HISTORY METHODS II01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-03:40PMIH 208LEC152 2.0Laura Wibberding Builds on the writing skills established during; the freshman seminar series and introduces majors; to the dominant historiographical schools in the; field of history. Requires a major research paper; based on primary and secondary sources.
24/WIOpenHIHIST-360-01ADVENTIST HERITAGE01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 215LEC1511 3.0Laura Wibberding An interdisciplinary exploration of theological; and historical issues important to an; understanding of the Advent Movement and the; ministry of Ellen G. White. Meets the requirement; in Prophetic Guidance and Denominational History; for SDA teaching credentials.
24/WIOpenHIHIST-481-01SENIOR THESIS II01/08/24-03/21/24T01:00PM-01:50PMIH 208PROJ121 1.0Laura Wibberding Writing of the senior thesis.
24/WIWclsKIHLED-166-WEBHEALTH EDUCATION01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC2519 2.0R Perrin/A Wyrick-BrownworthVI.AEncourages the development of self-awareness and; promotes 'wellness' as a life-long personal; investment. Advocates protection and effective use; of human and ecological resources and acquiring; skills for individual responsibility. Emphasis on; Seventh-day Adventist health principles. Treats; substance abuse and nutrition as required for SDA; and California teaching credentials.
24/WIOpenNUHLTH-101-01INTRO TO ALLIED HEALTH01/08/24-03/21/24W04:10PM-05:50PMDH 205LEC408 2.0R Evens/J Joiner Exploration of the spectrum of careers that; support health care delivery in the United States.; Includes an introduction to health care delivery; systems; communication in the health care; environment; chart documentation; evidence-based; health care; professional ethics; and medical; terminology. Designed for students who are; planning for a career in health-related areas;; particularly the allied health professions.
24/WIOpenHNHNRS-121-01ANALYZING THE ARTS01/08/24-03/21/24MW04:00PM-06:15PMLIB UTT CRLEC206 5.0J Carstens/L Gill An interdisciplinary overview of the arts (music;; visual arts; literature) through an examination; of the theme of creation. Incorporates specific; instruction in academic writing; particularly; literary analysis and research. Fulfills the ENGL; 102 College English requirement.
24/WIOpenHNHNRS-301-01DISCOVERING JESUS01/08/24-03/21/24MW06:00PM-07:40PMCHU 13LEC209 4.0Ross Winkle Examination of the biblical stories and theology; about Jesus and their influence and effects on; human civilization and culture as well as one's; personal life.
24/WIOpenHNHNRS-380-01Seminar:hybridity01/08/24-03/21/24MW04:00PM-05:40PMIH 200LEC128 4.0Emily Logan An in-depth study of a topic; often with an; interdisciplinary focus. Focuses on critical; thinking and the analysis and evaluation of; information. Repeatable for credit under; different subtitles; such as the following:; Race and the American Century; Beethoven; Goethe; and Democracy
24/WIOpenHNHNRS-491-01HONORS PROJECT II01/08/24-03/21/24W06:00PM-08:00PMLIB UTT CRPROJ206 2.0Milbert Mariano Second course for the individual research or; creative project designed to explore issues;; ideas; or art forms encountered in the Honors; seminars.; Provides guidance in identifying the; project-selecting an advisor; defining the scope;; developing a foundational bibliography.; Culminates in an approved project proposal. Taken; during the spring quarter of the junior year.
24/WIClsdBUINFS-297-01DS:SPREADSHEETS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRDS11 2.0David Bell  
24/WIOpenBUINFS-380-01DATABASE SYSTEMS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 310LEC305 3.0David Bell Analysis and design of databases for business.; File systems; database management functions;; hierarchical; network; relational; and; object-oriented data models. Normalization; SQL; queries; entity-relationship diagramming. Issues; in distributed databases; simultaneous access; and; big data. Use of Corporate DBMS software.
24/WIOpenCWLJOUR-243-01COPYEDITING I01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMIH 200LEC2813 3.0L Hayasaka/T Hargrove Refining grammar; punctuation; word selection;; and organizational writing and editing skills.; Focuses on the importance of writing concise;; accurate; balanced and bias-free journalistic; pieces.
24/WIOpenCWLJOUR-350-01CAMPUS CHRONICLE PRODUCTION01/08/24-03/21/24M08:00PM-08:50PMCC OFFICEACT284 1.0L Hayasaka/T Hargrove Supervised experience in the production and; publication of PUC's student newspaper; the; Campus Chronicle. Offered under 2 subtitles:; Print and Video.
24/WIOpenCWLJOUR-494-01JOURNALISM INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEINT50 3.0Tara Hargrove Supervised opportunity for the student to accrue; direct experience in a professional journalistic; setting as approved by the department. Enrollment; restricted to department majors.
24/WIOpenCWLLANG-300-WEBINTL CULTURAL EXPERIENCE01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC7016 1.0Sylvia Rasi Gregorutti Creation of a community focused on supporting the; understanding of living abroad and appreciation; of the host culture(s) and language(s). For study; abroad students and student missionaries. Taught; online.
24/WIOpenMPMATH-095-WEBBASIC ALGEBRA I01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL4016 4.0C Blackburn/J RobertsonI.CBasic concepts and techniques of algebra for; students without recent experience in algebra.; Integers; algebraic expressions; first-degree; equations and inequalities; simple rational; expressions and proportions; integer exponents;; scientific notation; functions; graphs; and; solutions of linear equations and systems.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Mathematics Department.
24/WIOpenMPMATH-096-WEBBASIC ALGEBRA II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL405 4.0C Blackburn/J RobertsonI.CFactoring; functions; graphs; rational and; radical expressions; integer exponents and square; roots; complex numbers; and solutions of; quadratic and rational equations.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Mathematics Department.
24/WIOpenMPMATH-106-WEBCOLLEGE ALGEBRA01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL407 4.0C Blackburn/J Robertson Begins with a quick review of intermediate; algebra; including rational exponents and; radicals; complex numbers; linear and quadratic; equations; and inequalities. Also includes; polynomial and rational functions; binomial; theorem; composition and inverse of functions;; exponentials and logarithms; systems of equations;; arithmetic and geometric progressions. Other; topics may include further study of polynomials; and/or linear programming.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Mathematics Department.
24/WIOpenMPMATH-113-WEBTRIGONOMETRY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL150 2.0C Blackburn/J Robertson A study of the six trigonometric functions and; their relationships to one another; as well as the; study of applications involving these six; functions. Included are degree and radian measure;; right triangle trigonometry; graphs of the; trigonometric functions; inverse trigono-metric; functions; fundamental identities; addition; identities; double-angle and half-angle; identities; solutions of trigonometric equations;; law of cosines; law of sines; and vector; triangles.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Mathematics Department.
24/WIOpenMPMATH-131-01CALCULUS I01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMCSH 235LEC403 4.0Timothy Robertson First course in the calculus sequence; focuses on; differential calculus and its applications.; Includes limits; all derivative tools (including; transcendental functions); maximizing/minimizing; applications; related rates; L'Hospital's rule;; and antiderivatives. Graphing calculators and; mathematical software tools are used extensively.
24/WIOpenMPMATH-211-O1FOUNDATNS SCHL MATH I01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCSH 109LEC153 3.0Lloyd Best First course in a sequence. The logic and; structure underlying school mathematics. Concepts;; procedures; problem-solving and applications at; concrete; pictorial; and abstract levels. Includes; problem-solving techniques; sets; logic and; deductive reasoning; the arithmetic of whole; numbers; fractions; decimals; integers; rational; and real numbers; ratio and proportion; and; percent.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Mathematics Department.
24/WIOpenMPMATH-290-01SOPHOMORE SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMCH 301SEM152 0.5Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Preparation of students for successful pursuit of; opportunities in mathematics related fields of; work and study. Includes an introduction to tools; and resources used in mathematical work; CV/; resume writing; major portfolio preparation; and; identifying/pursuing internships and research; experiences for undergraduates (REUs). Graded S/F.
24/WIOpenBUMGMT-160-WEBSMALL BUSINESS MGMT01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMON LINELEC4016 3.0J Nelson/D BellVII.BManagerial considerations in owning and operating; a small business. Not applicable toward a; baccalaureate major or minor in the department.
24/WIOpenBUMGMT-370-01HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT01/08/24-03/21/24T05:15PM-07:45PMIH 302LEC357 3.0David Bell Foundations of healthcare administration.; Introduction to the US healthcare system and its; structure; functions; trends; and issues.
24/WIOpenBUMGMT-457-01INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS01/08/24-03/21/24TTH02:00PM-03:15PMIH 301LEC3510 3.0A Chouteau/D Bell An analysis of problems encountered in operating; businesses across national boundaries.
24/WIOpenBUMKTG-417-01SERVICES MARKETING01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-04:30PMIH 302LEC404 3.0Keith Neergaard Application of marketing concepts and principles; in service and nonprofit institutions.; Identification and study of various constraints;; clients; and publics; the special requirements;; needs; and desires of those associated with and; affected by the organization.
24/WIOpenBUMKTG-481-01MARKETING PROBLEMS01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-04:30PMIH 314LEC202 3.0Keith Neergaard Selected areas in marketing; illustrating; practical solutions to situations likely to; confront marketing managers. Emphasis on; developing an understanding of marketing problems; and developing approaches to effective; decision-making in marketing. Should be taken; during the senior year.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-154-1VOX PRO MUSICA01/08/24-03/21/24MW08:00PM-09:15PMPH 132ENS203 1.0Ronnie ZanellaVII.DMixed-voice chamber ensemble designed for voice; majors and other serious vocal students.; Considered a major touring ensemble; enjoys a full; performance schedule. Core repertoire; both sacred; and secular; performed with demanding performance; standards. Auditions at the beginning of fall; quarter; and membership required for the complete; year.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-155-1Wind Ensemble01/08/24-03/21/24MWF12:00PM-12:50PMPH 144ENS300 1.0Asher RaboyVII.DAdvanced instrumentalists rehearse and perform a; wide variety of music in various settings. Tours; and workshops on alternate-year basis. Members are; selected by audition.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-156-1ORCHESTRA01/08/24-03/21/24TTH08:00PM-09:15PMPH 144ENS3511 1.0Rachelle DavisVII.DOrchestral masterworks performed in quarterly; concerts and other events. For advanced; instrumentalists; both college students and; community residents. Members are selected by; audition.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-161-1CHORALE01/08/24-03/21/24TTH12:00PM-12:50PMPH 132ENS608 1.0Ronnie ZanellaVII.DLarge mixed chorus considered a minor touring; ensemble. Repertoire includes music from a wide; range of styles and periods; both sacred and; secular. Membership is preferred for the complete; year. Membership by audition.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-184-1STRING QUARTET01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH ARRENS61 1.0Rachelle DavisVII.DNormally limited to members of the Orchestra. By; audition.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-354-1VOX PRO MUSICA01/08/24-03/21/24MW08:00PM-09:15PMPH 132ENS203 1.0Ronnie ZanellaVII.DMixed-voice chamber ensemble designed for voice; majors and other serious vocal students.; Considered a major touring ensemble; enjoys a full; performance schedule. Core repertoire; both sacred; and secular; performed with demanding performance; standards. Auditions at the beginning of fall; quarter; and membership required for the complete; year.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-355-1Wind Ensemble01/08/24-03/21/24MWF12:00PM-12:50PMPH 144ENS300 1.0Asher RaboyVII.DAdvanced instrumentalists rehearse and perform a; wide variety of music in various settings. Tours; and workshops on alternate-year basis. Members are; selected by audition.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-356-1ORCHESTRA01/08/24-03/21/24TTH08:00PM-09:15PMPH 144ENS203 1.0Rachelle DavisVII.DOrchestral masterworks performed in quarterly; concerts and other events. For advanced; instrumentalists; both college students and; community residents. Members are selected by; audition.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-361-1CHORALE01/08/24-03/21/24TTH12:00PM-12:50PMPH 132ENS601 1.0Ronnie ZanellaVII.DLarge mixed chorus considered a minor touring; ensemble. Repertoire includes music from a wide; range of styles and periods; both sacred and; secular. Membership is preferred for the complete; year. Membership by audition.
24/WIOpenMUMUEN-384-1STRING QUARTET01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH ARRENS60 1.0Rachelle DavisVII.DNormally limited to members of the Orchestra. By; audition.
24/WIOpenMUMUHL-101-01COLLEGIUM IN MUSIC01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 132LEC506 0.3Rachelle Davis Out-of-class activities such as concert; attendance plus one lecture per quarter on such; subjects as safety and health among musicians;; entrepreneurship in music; and other professional; topics. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIWclsMUMUHL-105-WEBSURVEY OF MUSIC01/08/24-03/21/24WARRON LINEONL3030 3.0Rachelle DavisIV.CMusic in western civilization; including music; fundamentals and a brief history from antiquity to; the present. Emphasis on Western classical music.; Presented by recordings; visual aids; and; lectures.
24/WIOpenMUMUHL-245-01WORLD MUSIC & CULTURE01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:15PMPH 132LEC2510 3.0Rachelle DavisIV.CExploration of the importance of music in society; around the world. Examines how people from a wide; variety of cultures incorporate music into their; lives. Emphasis is placed on non-Western and folk; music.
24/WIOpenMUMUHL-331-01MUS-ANTIQ THRU BAROQ01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC150 3.0Rachelle Davis Music history through the Baroque Era. Development; of forms and styles; cultural backgrounds and; biographies; and analysis of basic musicological; methods.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-121-01PIANO CLASS BEG01/08/24-03/21/24W01:00PM-01:50PMPH 202GLES125 1.0Rachelle DavisVII.DLessons for groups of four or more students. Meets; one clock hour per week. Not applicable toward the; principle performance area of a music major.; Repeatable for credit.
24/WIClsdMUMUSP-124-01GUITAR CLASS BEG01/08/24-03/21/24M06:00PM-06:50PMPH 144GLES1212 1.0R Fermin/R St. ClairVII.DLessons for groups of four or more students. Meets; one clock hour per week. Not applicable toward the; principle performance area of a music major.; Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-162-01MUSIC LESSONS: GENERAL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 107LES102 1.0-2.0Rachelle Davis Elementary instruction in voice; harpsichord;; organ; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band; instruments. Not applicable toward the music; major. Repeatable for credit.; ; Incurs an additional charge. For further; information on the cost of private music lessons;; see the section entitled 'Financial Information'; in the General Catalog.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-162-02MUSIC LESSONS: GENERAL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 107LES100 1.0-2.0Rachelle Davis Elementary instruction in voice; harpsichord;; organ; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band; instruments. Not applicable toward the music; major. Repeatable for credit.; ; Incurs an additional charge. For further; information on the cost of private music lessons;; see the section entitled 'Financial Information'; in the General Catalog.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-162-06MUSIC LESSONS: GENERAL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 106LES100 1.0-2.0S Staff/R St. Clair Elementary instruction in voice; harpsichord;; organ; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band; instruments. Not applicable toward the music; major. Repeatable for credit.; ; Incurs an additional charge. For further; information on the cost of private music lessons;; see the section entitled 'Financial Information'; in the General Catalog.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-162-07MUSIC LESSONS: GENERAL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 207LES100 1.0-2.0R Sanchez/R St. Clair Elementary instruction in voice; harpsichord;; organ; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band; instruments. Not applicable toward the music; major. Repeatable for credit.; ; Incurs an additional charge. For further; information on the cost of private music lessons;; see the section entitled 'Financial Information'; in the General Catalog.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-162-08MUSIC LESSONS: GENERAL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 210LES102 1.0-2.0S Staff/R St. Clair Elementary instruction in voice; harpsichord;; organ; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band; instruments. Not applicable toward the music; major. Repeatable for credit.; ; Incurs an additional charge. For further; information on the cost of private music lessons;; see the section entitled 'Financial Information'; in the General Catalog.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-162-17MUSIC LESSONS: GENERAL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 205LES103 1.0-2.0E Wilkes/R St. Clair Elementary instruction in voice; harpsichord;; organ; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band; instruments. Not applicable toward the music; major. Repeatable for credit.; ; Incurs an additional charge. For further; information on the cost of private music lessons;; see the section entitled 'Financial Information'; in the General Catalog.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-163-01PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 107LES100 1.0-4.0Rachelle Davis Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-163-02PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 107LES100 1.0-4.0Rachelle Davis Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-163-06PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 106LES101 1.0-4.0S Staff/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-163-07PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 207LES100 1.0-4.0R Sanchez/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-163-08PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 210LES100 1.0-4.0S Staff/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-163-13PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 102LES100 1.0-4.0B Simpson/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-163-17PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 135LES101 1.0-4.0E Wilkes/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-289-01ASSOC DEGREE RECITAL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLES100 1.0Rachelle Davis Required of associate degree music majors; the; final quarter of lessons culminates in this; recital. Minimum of 15 minutes.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-324-01GUITAR CLASS ADV01/08/24-03/21/24M06:00PM-06:50PMPH 144GLES100 1.0R Fermin/R St. ClairVII.DLessons for groups of four or more students. Meets; one clock hour per week. Not applicable toward the; principle performance area of a music major.; Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-363-01PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 107LES100 1.0-4.0Rachelle Davis Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-363-02PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 107LES100 1.0-4.0Rachelle Davis Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-363-06PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 106LES102 1.0-4.0S Staff/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-363-07PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 207LES100 1.0-4.0R Sanchez/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-363-08PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 210LES100 1.0-4.0S Staff/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-363-13PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 102LES100 1.0-4.0B Simpson/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUSP-363-17PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRPH 135LES103 1.0-4.0E Wilkes/R St. Clair Private lessons in voice; harpsichord; organ;; piano; guitar; and orchestra and band instruments.; Enrollment limited to music majors taking the A.S.; in music; the B.S. in music; or the B.Mus. with; education emphasis. Not applicable to the B.Mus.; with performance emphasis. One hour is usually; taken each quarter. Repeatable for credit.
24/WIOpenMUMUTH-122-01BEGINNING THEORY II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMPH 201LEC253 4.0Ronnie Zanella Second course in a sequence. An integrated study; of the parameters of music within a wide spectrum; of cultures and historical periods. Exploration; of the simpler forms and textures. Introduction; to composition and arranging in vocal and; instrumental applications.
24/WIOpenMUMUTH-122L-01BEG THEORY II LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T10:00AM-10:50AMPH 201LAB251 0.0Ronnie Zanella Exercises in sight- singing; dictation; and; keyboard skills. Meets two days a week. Usually; taken in conjunction with MUTH 122.
24/WIOpenMUMUTH-442-01ADV COMPOSITION01/08/24-03/21/24WARRARRLEC51 1.0-3.0Asher Raboy Advanced studies in composing music for a variety; of vocal and instrumental combinations.; Repeatable for credit.
24/WIWclsNUNURS-110-01INTRO TO NURSING01/08/24-03/21/24W06:00PM-07:50PMDH 205LEC5046 2.0Nicolette Piaubert An overview of the profession of nursing;; introducing participants to the philosophy and; conceptual framework of the Nursing Programs at; Pacific Union College. Addresses the nature of; nursing; historical and contemporary influences on; nursing; guidelines for nursing practice; health; practices and beliefs; and the scope of nursing; within the healthcare system. Aims to provide; participants with sufficient understanding of the; nature and scope of nursing in order to better; evaluate its fit with their goals and aptitudes.; Required for applicants to the Associate of; Science Degree in Nursing.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-110-CEINTRO TO NURSING01/08/24-03/21/24M06:00PM-07:50PMSHH C-A18LEC3026 2.0Nicolette Piaubert An overview of the profession of nursing;; introducing participants to the philosophy and; conceptual framework of the Nursing Programs at; Pacific Union College. Addresses the nature of; nursing; historical and contemporary influences on; nursing; guidelines for nursing practice; health; practices and beliefs; and the scope of nursing; within the healthcare system. Aims to provide; participants with sufficient understanding of the; nature and scope of nursing in order to better; evaluate its fit with their goals and aptitudes.; Required for applicants to the Associate of; Science Degree in Nursing.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-121-01NURSING I01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH08:00AM-01:00PMDH 205LEC4028 6.0Iris Engelman-Tompkins Introduces students to basic concepts related to; the individual (comfort; elimination; infection;; culture and diversity; spirituality) and the; profession (clinical decision making; safety;; teaching and learning; informatics; legal).; Students achieve student learning outcomes by; integrating knowledge; skills; and attitudes in; classroom; laboratory; and clinical settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and three; clinical units (90 clock hours)
24/WIClsdNUNURS-121-AH1NURSING I01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRHYB1818 6.0Helene Linzau Introduces students to basic concepts related to; the individual (comfort; elimination; infection;; culture and diversity; spirituality) and the; profession (clinical decision making; safety;; teaching and learning; informatics; legal).; Students achieve student learning outcomes by; integrating knowledge; skills; and attitudes in; classroom; laboratory; and clinical settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and three; clinical units (90 clock hours)
24/WIOpenNUNURS-121L-01CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24WARRARRLAB4028 0.0S Choi/I Engelman-Tompkins/C Chungcharoenpanich/S Livingston  
24/WIClsdNUNURS-121L-AH1CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRHYB1818 0.0Helene Linzau  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-124-01NURSING II01/08/24-03/21/24MW09:35AM-10:50AMDH 209LEC4036 6.0S Penugula/S Choi/M Toma/A Aleman Reinforces and expands on concepts previously; learned and introduces students to concepts; related to the individual (homeostasis;; metabolism; mobility; tissue integrity; aging;; end-of-life care). Students achieve student; learning outcomes by integrating knowledge;; skills; and attitudes in classroom; laboratory;; and clinical settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and three; clinical units (90 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-124L-01CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB4036 0.0S Penugula/S Choi/I Engelman-Tompkins/G Cruz Myint/M Toma/A Aleman  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-125-01NURSING III01/08/24-03/21/24MW08:00AM-09:15AMDH 209LEC4033 6.0Nicolette Piaubert Reinforces and expands on concepts previously; learned and introduces students to concepts; related to the individual (oxygenation; cellular; regulation I; perfusion I). Students achieve; student learning outcomes by integrating; knowledge; skills; and attitudes in classroom;; laboratory; and clinical settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and three; clinical units (90 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-125L-01CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB4033 0.0N Piaubert/K Sargent  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-212-01PHARMACOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MW08:10AM-09:25AMDH 105LEC4038 3.0Susan Bussell Introduces students to major classifications of; pharmacotherapeutic agents administered to; individuals receiving nursing care. An overview of; the pharmacokinetics; indications;; contra-indications; and drug interactions of; commonly used medications provide a basis for safe; and effective nursing care. Select concepts; related to the individual and profession are; addressed as they relate to pharmacology and the; nursing role. Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating new and prior knowledge in; the classroom setting.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours).
24/WIClsdNUNURS-212-AH1PHARMACOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL1818 3.0Helene Linzau Introduces students to major classifications of; pharmacotherapeutic agents administered to; individuals receiving nursing care. An overview of; the pharmacokinetics; indications;; contra-indications; and drug interactions of; commonly used medications provide a basis for safe; and effective nursing care. Select concepts; related to the individual and profession are; addressed as they relate to pharmacology and the; nursing role. Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating new and prior knowledge in; the classroom setting.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-221-01NURSING IV01/08/24-03/21/24W01:00PM-04:00PMDH 105LEC4032 6.0S Bussell/S Penugula Reinforces and expands on concepts previously; learned and introduces students to concepts; related to the individual (immunity; inflammation;; cellular regulation II). Students focus on; managing care for patients with increasingly; complex alterations in health and more fully; integrating professional and; interpersonal/healthcare concepts into nursing; practice. Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating knowledge; skills; and; attitudes in classroom; laboratory; and clinical; settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and three; clinical units (90 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-221L-01CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB4032 0.0V Chance-Johnson/H Linzau/R Pecoraro/T Lautrup  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-222-01NURSING V01/08/24-03/21/24W01:00PM-04:00PMDH 212LEC4032 6.0Christa Rieger Reinforces and expands on concepts previously; learned and introduces students to concepts; related to the individual (perfusion II;; sensory/neuro; critical care). Students focus on; managing care for patients with complex; alterations in health and fully integrating; professional and interpersonal/healthcare concepts; into nursing practice. Students achieve student; learning outcomes by integrating knowledge;; skills; and attitudes in classroom; laboratory;; and clinical settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and three; clinical units (90 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-222L-01CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB4032 0.0C Rieger/J Wollman/L Hulber Sprinkle/J Price/M Amerino/M Hardy  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-235-01HEALTH ASSESSMENT01/08/24-03/21/24TW02:00PM-05:00PMDH 209LEC4025 4.0H Saravanakumar/T Tirado Introduces students to the nursing profession; concept of assessment; including taking a full; health history; collecting assessment data; and; distinguishing normal from abnormal findings.; Students achieve student learning outcomes by; integrating knowledge; skills; and attitudes in; classroom and laboratory settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and one; clinical unit (30 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-254-01MENTAL HEALTH NURSING01/08/24-03/21/24W08:00AM-10:50AMDH 212LEC4032 6.0Kevin Little Reinforces and applies concepts previously learned; to the mental health setting and introduces; students to concepts related to the individual; (addiction behaviors; cognition; development;; self; grief and loss; mood and affect; stress and; coping; violence) and to professional concepts; unique to the setting of mental health nursing.; Students achieve student learning outcomes by; integrating knowledge; skills; and attitudes in; classroom; laboratory; and clinical settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and three; clinical units (90 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-254L-01CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB4032 0.0K Little/J Youngdale  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-256-01MATERNAL/NEWBORN NURS01/08/24-03/21/24T09:00AM-12:00PMDH 105LEC4031 6.0Hannah Saravanakumar Reinforces and applies concepts previously learned; to the perinatal setting and introduces students; to concepts related to the individual; (reproduction; neonatal transitions; sexuality); and to professional concepts unique to the setting; of perinatal nursing. Students achieve student; learning outcomes by integrating knowledge;; skills; and attitudes in classroom; laboratory;; and clinical settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and three; clinical units (90 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-256L-01CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB4031 0.0H Saravanakumar/D Vicencio  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-325-01NURSING VI01/08/24-03/21/24W01:00PM-04:00PMDH 110LEC4023 9.0Nicolette Piaubert Reinforces and expands on concepts previously; learned. Students focus on managing care for; multiple patients and fully integrating; professional concepts into nursing practice.; Students achieve student learning outcomes by; integrating knowledge; skills; and attitudes in; classroom and clinical settings.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and six; clinical units (180 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-325L-01CLINICAL LAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB4023 0.0L Parson/C Rieger/T Lautrup/K Little/N Piaubert/I Engelman-Tompkins  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-326-01MGMT & PROF PRACTICE01/08/24-03/21/24W08:30AM-11:20AMDH 110LEC4023 3.0Sandra Ringer Reinforces and expands on concepts previously; learned with emphasis on professional concepts; essential to patient care management (advocacy;; clinical decision making; collaboration;; delegation; ethics; management and leadership;; legal issues). Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating knowledge; skills; and; attitudes in classroom settings.Eligible for IP; grading.; ; Three theory units (30 clock hours).
24/WIOpenNUNURS-327-01NURSING VI SIMULATION01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLAB3623 1.0C Rieger/S Choi/M Russell Reinforces and expands on concepts previously; learned. Students focus on managing care for; multiple patients and fully integrating; professional concepts into nursing practice.; Students achieve student learning outcomes by; integrating knowledge; skills; and attitudes in; classroom and clinical settings. ; ; One clinical unit (30 clock hours). Qualifies for; IP grading.
24/WIWclsNUNURS-384-WEBST:HLTH CARE DELIV SYS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC5051 3.0Sandra Ringer Explores professional concepts related to health; care systems and health policy and the; relationships among these systems and policies and; the nation's health. Emphasis is on the; professional concepts of accountability and; advocacy within the health care system as relevant; to select national health care issues. Students; achieve student learning outcomes by integrating; knowledge; skills; and attitudes in real and/or; virtual classroom settings.; ; Three or four theory units (30 or 40 clock hours).; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.;
24/WIOpenNUNURS-390-01PATHOPHYSIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MW09:30AM-11:30AMDH 105LEC4033 4.0Sara Livingston Expands on concepts learned in the biophysical and; psychosocial sciences and focuses on concepts; related to the individual that are prevalent in; the major conditions identified by the CDC and IOM; as leading causes of morbidity and mortality; (comfort; infection; homeostasis; metabolism;; oxygenation; perfusion; immunity; inflammation;; sensory/neuro). Concepts related to the; profession (caring interventions; evidence based; practice) are emphasized in relation to the; nurses' role in helping individuals move toward; optimum health. Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating new and prior knowledge in; the classroom setting.; ; Four theory units (40 clock hours). ;
24/WIOpenNUNURS-390-WEBPATHOPHYSIOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC400 4.0Staff Staff Expands on concepts learned in the biophysical and; psychosocial sciences and focuses on concepts; related to the individual that are prevalent in; the major conditions identified by the CDC and IOM; as leading causes of morbidity and mortality; (comfort; infection; homeostasis; metabolism;; oxygenation; perfusion; immunity; inflammation;; sensory/neuro). Concepts related to the; profession (caring interventions; evidence based; practice) are emphasized in relation to the; nurses' role in helping individuals move toward; optimum health. Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating new and prior knowledge in; the classroom setting.; ; Four theory units (40 clock hours). ;
24/WIOpenNUNURS-419-WEBNRS ISS:PROFESSIONAL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC3029 4.0Debra Wallace Exploration of current nursing issues focusing on; professional concepts relevant to the evolving; role of nurses in a dynamic health care; environment. Special emphasis on developing an; expanded awareness of opportunities to participate; as a change agent; demonstrating and advocating; for best practices related to select health care; system concepts (health policy; legal issues;; quality improvement). Students achieve student; learning outcomes by integrating knowledge;; skills; and attitudes in real and/or virtual; classroom settings.; ; Four theory units. (4 clock hours).; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.;
24/WIOpenNUNURS-421-WEBNURSING ISSUES: GLOBAL HEALTH01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRLEC3027 4.0Tamara Tirado Exploration of current nursing issues with; implications for the nursing profession.; Repeatable for credit under different subtitles;; such as Global. Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating knowledge; skills; and; attitudes in real and/or virtual classroom; settings.; ; Four theory units (4 clock hours). ; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-431-WEBCOMMUNITY HEALTH NRSG01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL302 4.0Sandra Ringer Expands on professional nursing concepts applied; to the community health care setting. Emphasis on; promoting and maintaining health and preventing; illness among individuals; families; and; communities with a particular focus on issues; identified by the CDC; IOM; and other; organizations as health care priorities because of; their potential to affect the Nation's health.; Students achieve student learning outcomes by; integrating knowledge; skills; and attitudes in; the classroom setting.; ; Four theory units (4 clock hours). ; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-432-WB1COMMUNTY HLTH NSG PRAC01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRHYB2019 3.0Sandra Ringer Provides for the application of community health; nursing concepts. Students achieve student; learning outcomes by integrating knowledge;; skills; and attitudes in community health care; settings.; ; Three clinical units (90 clock hours).; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.; Current California RN license required.
24/WIWclsNUNURS-432-WB2COMMUNTY HLTH NSG PRAC01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL01 3.0Sandra Ringer Provides for the application of community health; nursing concepts. Students achieve student; learning outcomes by integrating knowledge;; skills; and attitudes in community health care; settings.; ; Three clinical units (90 clock hours).; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.; Current California RN license required.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-460-WB1HEALTH CARE EDUCATION01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC5040 5.0Laurie Parson Expands on the professional concepts of teaching; and learning and evidence based practice as a; major strategy for health promotion and; education.; An overview of learning theories and educational; strategies provides the basis for developing the; role of the health professional as educator.; Students achieve student learning outcomes by; integrating knowledge; skills; and attitudes in; the classroom setting.; ; Four theory units (4 clock hours). ; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-485-WB1INTRO TO RESEARCH01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL4525 4.0Tamara Tirado Introduces the concepts and process of research; and its implications for health professions.; Reinforces and applies the professional concept; of evidence based practice. Emphasis on becoming; a consumer of research by developing basic skills; for interpreting and using research to inform; practice. Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating knowledge; skills; and; attitudes in the classroom setting.; ; Four theory units (40 clock hours).; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-485-WB2INTRO TO RESEARCH01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL3017 4.0Kimberly Dunker Introduces the concepts and process of research; and its implications for health professions.; Reinforces and applies the professional concept; of evidence based practice. Emphasis on becoming; a consumer of research by developing basic skills; for interpreting and using research to inform; practice. Students achieve student learning; outcomes by integrating knowledge; skills; and; attitudes in the classroom setting.; ; Four theory units (40 clock hours).; ; Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-490-WEBBSN CAPSTONE I01/08/24-03/21/24WARRON LINELEC3013 1.0Laurie Parson Ephasizes reflection; integration; and synthesis; from other BSN courses. Primarily a self-directed; course. Allows the student to demonstrate mastery; of program objectives and serves as an assessment; of student learning. To be taken during the first; quarter of enrollment in the BSN program. Students; who take longer than six quarters (or two years); to complete the BSN are required to repeat this; course partway through the program. Repeatable to; a maximum of 1 credit.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-491-WEBBSN CAPSTONE II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC4516 1.0Laurie Parson Ephasizes reflection; integration; and synthesis; from other BSN courses. Primarily a self-directed; course. Allows the student to demonstrate mastery; of program objectives and serves as an assessment; of student learning. To be taken during the final; quarter of enrollment in the BSN program.
24/WIClsdNUNURS-495-01IS:PATIENT SAFETY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRIS12 1.0Sandra Ringer  
24/WIOpenNUNURS-505-WEBTHEOR FOUND OF ADV NURS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL2011 5.0Tamara Tirado This course focuses on the conceptual foundations; of nursing. Students will examine the; philosophical basis of knowledge development in; nursing; analyze selected nursing and related; theories; and critically evaluate the relevance of; theory to nursing research; practice; and; education. Qualifies for IP grading. This is the; first required course. Prerequisite: Admission to; the MSN program.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-515-WEBQLTY LDRSHP POPLTN HLTH CR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL2510 4.0Tamara Tirado Utilizing current nursing research; evidence-based; practice and evolving healthcare trends; students; will complete a fieldwork experience in the area; of administration/leadership in a healthcare; setting or professional organization. The students; will analyze examples of current issues related to; the health care delivery system that impact on; nursing practice. online assignments as well as; completion of a 30-hour fieldwork is expected in; this course. Qualifies for IP grading.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-532-WEBNUR EDUC II CURR DVLMNT01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL306 4.0Laurie Parson This course provides students with the fundamental; knowledge and requisite skill set needed to; effectively design; develop; implement; and; evaluate nursing education-focused curricula.; Current trends in nursing education and; accreditation are discussed; philosophies;; conceptual frameworks; and development of learning; goals and objectives are examined and applied.; Qualifies for IP grading.; Three theory units (30 clock hours) and one ; field experience unit.
24/WIOpenNUNURS-591-WEBNURS LDRSHP ROLE PRACTCM CPST01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL303 6.0Kimberly Dunker This is the final course in the nursing sequence; for the role immersion experience in nursing; leadership. This course focuses on a role; immersion experience in nursing leadership. ; Students apply and analyze the theories;; competencies; and concepts that have been taught; throughout the program. Students will work with; a practicum advisor who is an experienced nursing; leader in a healthcare setting Practicum 180 hr; 24 hours included in the total Direct Care Core.; Qualifies for IP grading.
24/WIOpenMPPHYS-112-01GENERAL PHYSICS II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCSH LH2LEC4825 4.0James Robertson Second course in a sequence introducing the; fundamental natural phenomena of the physical; universe; with an emphasis on fundamental; principles and methods of physics. Includes; kinetic theory; thermodynamics; electricity; and; magnetism. Suitable for pre-professional students; and also acceptable as part of the; general-education requirement in basic science.; Three lectures and one laboratory per week.
24/WIWclsMPPHYS-112L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24M02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 244LAB1615 0.0James Robertson  
24/WIOpenMPPHYS-112L-02LAB01/08/24-03/21/24T02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 244LAB1610 0.0James Robertson  
24/WIOpenMPPHYS-290-01SOPHOMORE SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24TH09:00AM-09:50AMCH 301SEM152 0.5Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Preparation of students for successful pursuit of; opportunities in physics related fields of; work and study. Includes an introduction to tools; and resources used in physics work; CV/; resume writing; major portfolio preparation; and; identifying/pursuing internships and research; experiences for undergraduates (REUs).
24/WIClsdMPPHYS-497-01DGS:BIOPHYSICS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRDS11 3.0Backil Sung DIRECTED STUDY COURSE
24/WIOpenHIPLSC-274-01INTRO TO POLIT THOUGHT01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL254 3.0F Carballo/L WibberdingIII.CAn introduction to the perennial questions and; major thinkers in this area of philosophy.
24/WIOpenCWLPREL-345-WEBSOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC2515 3.0Tara Hargrove Exploring social media in effective integrated; marketing communications. Utilizing the role of; the public relations practitioner and the tools; needed to represent; support and promote a; business through digital channels. Focus on; implementing a campaign through social platforms; and practicing the technical skills needed to; become social media proficient.
24/WIOpenCWLPREL-494-01MKTG COMM INTERNSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEINT52 3.0Tara Hargrove Supervised experience in marketing communication.; Under the direction of a marketing communication; professional; the student accrues direct; experience in a professional marketing; communication setting as approved by the; department. Enrollment restricted to; department majors.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-121-WEBGENERAL PSYCHOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL4023 4.0M Milmine/D PerezIII.BSurvey of the field of psychology: social; processes; biological psychology; learning;; development; motivation; memory; health; stress;; personality;psychopathology; and therapies.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-122-01PSYCHOLOGY SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24MW06:00PM-07:15PMCSH 235LEC3014 3.0N Abdo/D Perez An introductory seminar emphasizing the; exploration and discussion of psychological; issues. Includes critical analysis of; psychological topics and religious; ethical; and; social implications of psychological theory and; data.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-130-01INTRO TO THE PSYC MAJOR01/08/24-03/21/24TH11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 233LEC3515 1.0Libna Arroyo Introduction to the basic skills needed for; success in major courses and an overview of career; and graduate school options. Includes PsychINFO;; APA style; critical evaluation of research;; research ethics; internet tools; and academic and; professional options in psychology. Should be; completed during the freshman or sophomore year.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-234-AH1HUMAN DEVELOPMENT01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL129 4.0J.S. Jefferson Theory and research in developmental psychology;; including an overview of the cognitive; emotional;; physical; social; and moral development of the; individual from conception to senescence. Not; applicable to a major or minor in Psychology or; Social Work.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-234-WEBHUMAN DEVELOPMENT01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL129 4.0J.S. Jefferson Theory and research in developmental psychology;; including an overview of the cognitive; emotional;; physical; social; and moral development of the; individual from conception to senescence. Not; applicable to a major or minor in Psychology or; Social Work.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-260-01DEATH & DYING01/08/24-03/21/24MW04:00PM-05:50PMCSH 235LEC2015 4.0Damaris Perez Focuses on bio-psycho-social; cultural and; spiritual factors related to death and dying.; Includes a review of the physical aspects;; agencies and institutions involved in the death; process; legal issues; psychological theories of; grief and mourning; and cultural; spiritual; and; religious death rituals and beliefs. Also; emphasizes support for professional crisis workers; (e.g. police; firefighters; nurses; doctors; and; ministers) and traumatic stress responses to; disasters.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-264-01SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 235LEC356 4.0Libna Arroyo The psychological principles underlying group; behavior and the effects of the group on; individual behavior: attitude change; conformity;; aggression; prejudice; and theories of; interpersonal attraction; altruism and; attribution. Three lectures and one laboratory; per; week.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-264L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24TH01:00PM-04:00PMCSH 233LAB206 0.0Libna Arroyo  
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-323-WEBINTRO TO EXPMTL PSYC01/08/24-03/21/24MW12:00PM-12:50PMON LINEONL356 4.0Michael Milmine Research design and procedures in psychological; research. Requires a major research project; laboratory. Two lectures; a 30 minute individual; appointment with the instructor; and 4.5 hours of; laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-323L-WEBLAB01/08/24-03/21/24T01:00PM-04:00PMON LINELAB356 0.0Michael Milmine  
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-335-01ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 230LEC3015 3.0Libna Arroyo Theory and research in adolescent development.; Focuses on the unique tasks and conflicts of; adolescence; the role and function of adolescence; in modern society; and the social and; psychological problems and opportunities; associated with adolescence.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-357-WEBPSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL306 4.0Sharon Richards The purpose; contribution; and problems of; psychological testing. Emphasis on understanding; the psychometric and clinical characteristics of; standardized tests. The major areas of testing;; including ability; achievement; intelligence;; interest; and personality. Three lectures and one; laboratory per week.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-357L-WEBLAB01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL206 0.0S Richards/D Perez/A Wyrick-Brownworth  
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-358-01ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24MW06:00PM-07:40PMCSH 229LEC3013 4.0J.S. Jefferson Overview of psychological disorders: description; of symptoms; course of the disorder; etiology; and; treatment. Includes survey of current biological; and behavioral research in psychopathology and; behavioral disorders.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-394-01COLLOQUIUM01/08/24-03/21/24TH04:00PM-05:30PMDH 205COLL6028 0.2Damaris Perez Topics of current interest in social work and; psychology. Includes guest speakers; progress; reports on student and faculty research; and; presentations on current professional issues.; Required for all psychology majors during each; quarter of the sophomore and junior years.; Repeatable to a maximum of 3 credits.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-399-01RESEARCH SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRRSRCH53 1.0-2.0Michael Milmine For students completing a research project with; supervision by a research mentor. Emphasis on; revision and submission of an APA-style manuscript; and/or poster for professional presentation. With; approval of the instructor; repeatable to a; maximum of 4 credits.
24/WIClsdPSPSYC-435-01PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION01/08/24-03/21/24MW05:00PM-06:15PMCSH 327LEC1515 3.0Tuwan Ussery White Religious experience; behavior; and development; from the perspective of dynamic and research; psychologies. Two hours may be applied toward the; general-education requirement in religion.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-444-01HIST/SYSTEMS OF PSYC01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMCSH 229LEC3010 4.0J.S. Jefferson Greek and medieval background of psychology; the; early modern period; the emergence of contemporary; experimental work; and special fields of; psychology; influential psychological systems.
24/WIClsdPSPSYC-497-01DS:COLLOQUIUM01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRDS11 0.2Damaris Perez  
24/WIOpenTHRELB-230-01PSALMS & WISDOM LIT01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCHU 1LEC2520 3.0Jean SheldonII.BPsalms; Proverbs; Song of Solomon; and other books; of the Old Testament classified as 'Writings'.; Emphasis on major themes and representative; passages.
24/WIOpenTHRELB-250-01PARABLES OF JESUS01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:15PMCHU 13LEC2521 3.0Ross WinkleII.BThe history and interpretation of the parables of; Jesus in the context of the New Testament and with; reference to their contemporary relevance.
24/WIWclsTHRELB-290-WEBLETTERS OF PAUL01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL2023 3.0Katrina BlueII.BAnalysis and interpretation of selected portions; from the letters of Apostle Paul.
24/WIOpenTHRELB-341-WEBJESUS AS HEALER01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL2524 3.0A Bryan/J WibberdingII.BNOTE: This course is limited to B.S.N.(nursing); students or permission of the Nursing department.; The role of Jesus as healer as seen in; Matthew; Mark; Luke; and John.
24/WIOpenTHRELB-350-02SANCTUARY01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCHU 13LEC200 3.0Ross WinkleII.BAn in-depth study of a biblical topic. Subtitles; include:; Babylon and the Bible; Heroes and Villains; Story of the English Bible; Women and the Bible; Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
24/WIOpenTHRELB-370-LTSTUDIES IN DANIEL01/08/24-03/21/24MWF12:00PM-12:50PMCHU 13LEC1019 3.0Ross WinkleII.BThe book of Daniel; with focused study on its; prophetic chapters.
24/WIWclsTHRELB-370-SSSTUDIES IN DANIEL (A)01/08/24-03/21/24MWF12:00PM-12:50PMCHU 13LEC1019 3.0Ross WinkleII.BThe book of Daniel; with focused study on its; prophetic chapters.
24/WIWclsTHRELG-105-01BIBLICAL FOUNDATIONS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF12:00PM-12:50PMCHU 2LEC2527 3.0N Ruud/J Wibberding Introduction to the Bible and its basic teachings.
24/WIWclsTHRELH-120-WEBINTRO TO ADVENTISM01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL2530 3.0James WibberdingII.CBasic introduction to Seventh-day Adventist; history; beliefs; culture and lifestyle. Open; only to lower-division students with little to no; exposure to Seventh-day Adventism.
24/WIClsdTHRELH-329-WEBAMERICAN DENOMINATIONS01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC2021 3.0Katrina BlueII.FHistorical and theological dimensions of American; religious identity; with a view toward broadening; the understanding of the context of Adventism.
24/WIOpenTHRELH-360-01ADVENTIST HERITAGE01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 215LEC1511 3.0Laura WibberdingII.CAn interdisciplinary exploration of theological; and historical issues important to an; understanding of the Advent Movement and the; ministry of Ellen G. White. Meets the requirement; in Prophetic Guidance and Denominational History; for SDA teaching credentials.
24/WIOpenTHRELL-302-MAJBIBLICAL HEBREW II01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCHU 2LEC155 3.0James Wibberding Second course in a sequence. Grammar;; vocabulary; syntax; and translation of Biblical; Hebrew.
24/WIOpenTHRELP-140-MAJMINISTRY PRAXIS I01/08/24-03/21/24T09:00AM-09:50AMCHU 2LAB157 1.0James Wibberding Practical ministry experience in a local church;; under the guidance of active ministry leaders.; Enrollment limited to Theology majors.
24/WIOpenTHRELP-240-MAJMINISTRY PRAXIS II01/08/24-03/21/24T09:00AM-09:50AMCHU 2LAB153 1.0James Wibberding Practical ministry experience in a local church;; under the guidance of active ministry leaders.; Enrollment limited to Theology majors.
24/WIWclsTHRELP-300-WEBCHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC017 3.0Katrina BlueII.DA theological and practical study of how to build; and maintain a personal friendship with God;; including the use of the classic disciplines used; by Christians throughout the ages.
24/WIOpenTHRELP-311-WEBNEXT GEN CHR SERVICE01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL156 1.0James WibberdingII.D 
24/WIOpenTHRELP-324-01MINISTRY COLLOQUIUM01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRCOLL2512 0.1James Wibberding Lecture/discussion series for majors in theology; and religion. Focuses on topics of general; interest for majors in theology and religion.; Repeatable 12 times for credit.
24/WIOpenTHRELP-340-MAJMINISTRY PRAXIS III01/08/24-03/21/24T09:00AM-09:50AMCHU 2LAB152 1.0James Wibberding Practical ministry experience in a local church;; under the guidance of active ministry leaders.; Enrollment limited to Theology majors.
24/WIOpenTHRELP-480-MAJMISSIONAL LEADERSHIP01/08/24-03/21/24MW11:00AM-11:50AMCHU 2LEC203 2.0James Wibberding Recent and future developments in the sphere of; pastoral ministry. Developing missional; leadership skills; adapting approaches to new; ministry settings; and shaping ministry; approaches to embrace diversity. Enrollment; limited to theology majors.
24/WIOpenTHRELT-205-01CHRISTIAN BELIEFS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 230LEC2519 3.0Young-Chun KimII.BIntroduction to key Christian beliefs; including; the Godhead; inspiration and revelation by God;; human nature; salvation; and the role of the; Christian church.
24/WIWclsTHRELT-240-01ECOTHEOLOGY01/08/24-03/21/24W06:00PM-08:50PMCSH 233LEC2525 3.0Young-Chun KimII.DEcological theology; exploring the; interrelationship of religion and nature in light; of contemporary environmental concerns; from a; Seventh-day Adventist perspective. Due to the; interdisciplinary nature of the field; attention; is given to various associated topics such as; environmental ethics; philosophy; biblical and; religious traditions; and social justice.
24/WIOpenTHRELT-332-MAJSYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY II01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:15PMREL SEMLEC205 3.0Young-Chun Kim Second course in a sequence. The systematic; articulation of Christian beliefs: the doctrines; of inspiration and revelation; theology proper;; theological anthropology; Christology;; Pneumatology; soteriology; and ecclesiology. The; third quarter covers the distinctive beliefs of; the Adventist Church; including lifestyle and; worship; the sanctuary; the law; Sabbath; death;; the Second Coming; and heaven. Enrollment limited; to junior and senior theology and religion; majors.
24/WIOpenTHRELT-350-01TOPICS: GOD & HUMAN SUFFERING01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:15PMCHU 1LEC206 3.0Jean SheldonII.DAn in-depth study of a topic important to; Christian faith. Consideration of the theological; and spiritual dimensions of the topic. Subtitles; include:; The Christian and the Media; God and Human Suffering; The Sabbath; Theology of the Sanctuary; Women and the Church; Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.;
24/WIOpenTHRELT-350-02DIVINE LOVE AND RELATIONSHIPS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCHU 2LEC253 3.0Katrina BlueII.DAn in-depth study of a topic important to; Christian faith. Consideration of the theological; and spiritual dimensions of the topic. Subtitles; include:; The Christian and the Media; God and Human Suffering; The Sabbath; Theology of the Sanctuary; Women and the Church; Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.;
24/WIOpenTHRELT-464-MAJSENIOR SEMINAR01/08/24-03/21/24MW04:00PM-05:15PMREL SEMSEM201 3.0Young-Chun Kim Summative and applicative course in which; theology and religion majors both utilize and; demonstrate their proficiency skills in; scriptural exegesis; theological research; and; applied theology and also submit their senior; portfolio. Enrollment restricted to graduating; seniors.
24/WIOpenPSSOCI-214-WEBTHE FAMILY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRONL3033 4.0Damaris PerezIII.BExploration of the meaning and functions of family; systems. The adjustments of premarriage; marriage;; and family living viewed as a system; with focus; on skills designed to establish and maintain the; family institution.
24/WIOpenPSSOCI-232-01AMER SOCIAL PROBLEMS01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:40PMCSH 233LEC3022 4.0Libna ArroyoIII.BAn introduction to major social problems in; current American society. Causality; current; dynamics; and projections on the future climate of; social change related to crime; violence;; population; environment; family issues;; discrimination; social and economic justice; and; health care.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-214-WEBTHE FAMILY01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINEONL1033 4.0Damaris Perez Exploration of the meaning and functions of family; systems. The adjustments of premarriage; marriage;; and family living viewed as a system; with focus; on skills designed to establish and maintain the; family institution.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-232-01AMER SOCIAL PROBLEMS01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:40PMCSH 233LEC3022 4.0Libna Arroyo An introduction to major social problems in; current American society. Causality; current; dynamics; and projections on the future climate of; social change related to crime; violence;; population; environment; family issues;; discrimination; social and economic justice; and; health care.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-260-01DEATH & DYING01/08/24-03/21/24MW04:00PM-05:50PMCSH 235LEC2015 4.0Damaris Perez Focuses on bio-psycho-social; cultural and; spiritual factors related to death and dying.; Includes a review of the physical aspects;; agencies and institutions involved in the death; process; legal issues; psychological theories of; grief and mourning; and cultural; spiritual; and; religious death rituals and beliefs. Also; emphasizes support for professional crisis workers; (e.g. police; firefighters; nurses; doctors; and; ministers) and traumatic stress responses to; disasters.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-275-01HIST/PHIL SOC WLFR INS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 229LEC205 3.0Damaris Perez Exploration of changing value systems and; philosophies and the attempts of society and; social welfare institutions to meet human needs.; Examination from both historical and current; perspectives.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-345-01SOCIAL WORK PROFESSIONAL DEV01/08/24-03/21/24T11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 229LEC157 2.0Damaris Perez Students will investigate employment; opportunities; credentialing regulations;; professional goal-setting; lifelong learning;; characteristics of professional organizations; and; the use of available supports. This course looks; beyond the student experience to prepare; individuals for successful social service careers.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-377-01HUMN BEH IN SOC EN II01/08/24-03/21/24MW04:00PM-05:30PMCSH 229LEC306 3.0Tuwan Ussery White The bio-psyco-social factors that influence; behaviors of individuals from young adulthood; through the elder years from the; person-in-environment perspective. Focus on the; assessment process in generalist practice; with; special attention to cultural awareness and; factors of human diversity. Emphasis on research; relevant to social work practice.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-394-01COLLOQUIUM01/08/24-03/21/24TH04:00PM-05:30PMDH 205COLL2528 0.2Damaris Perez Topics of current interest in social work and; psychology. Includes guest speakers; progress; reports on student and faculty research; and; presentations on current professional issues.; Required for all social work majors during each; quarter of the sophomore and junior years.; Repeatable to a maximum of 3 credits.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-468-01SOC WELFARE POL & ISS01/08/24-03/21/24MW02:00PM-03:30PMCSH 229LEC205 3.0Tuwan Ussery White Focuses on policy analysis; critical thinking and; current political issues at the state and federal; levels as they impact diverse client populations.; Explores the active role of the generalist social; worker in this process.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-468L-01LAB01/08/24-03/21/24W04:00PM-04:50PMCSH 233LAB155 0.0Tuwan Ussery White  
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-477-01FIELD EXPERIENCE II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRARRFLD205 4.0Tuwan Ussery White A placement of 120 clock hours in an approved; social service agency with emphasis on integration; and active use of content from all areas of the; curriculum.
24/WIOpenPSSOWK-487-01INTEG FLD SEMINAR II01/08/24-03/21/24M12:00PM-12:50PMCSH 229SEM125 1.0Tuwan Ussery White A seminar to facilitate a continued integration of; theory and practice issues.
24/WIOpenCWLSPAN-105-01SPANISH/HLTH CARE I01/08/24-03/21/24MTW12:00PM-12:50PMIH 201LEC2616 3.0Sylvia Rasi GregoruttiIV.DConversational Spanish for healthcare; professionals emphasizing pronunciation;; vocabulary; and oral communication for medical; settings. Also includes relevant cultural issues; related to the Spanish-speaking population. ; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Modern Languages Department.
24/WIOpenCWLSPAN-105-WEBSPANISH/HLTH CARE I01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC3019 3.0Sylvia Rasi GregoruttiIV.DConversational Spanish for healthcare; professionals emphasizing pronunciation;; vocabulary; and oral communication for medical; settings. Also includes relevant cultural issues; related to the Spanish-speaking population. ; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Modern Languages Department.
24/WIOpenCWLSPAN-151-01INTERMEDIATE SPANISH01/08/24-03/21/24MTWTH09:00AM-09:50AMIH 201LEC257 4.0Sylvia Rasi GregoruttiVIIIBDesigned to increase proficiency in speaking;; listening; reading and writing the language; studied. Focus on reinforcing control of basic; grammar and on vocabulary expansion. Selected; cultural features of countries where the language; is used.
24/WIOpenCWLSPAN-215-WEBSPANISH/HEALTH CARE II01/08/24-03/21/24ARRARRON LINELEC3011 3.0Sylvia Rasi GregoruttiIV.DAn intermediate-level course focused on developing; conversational Spanish for health care; including; pronunciation; specialized vocabulary; and; structures. Features cultural issues essential to; developing interactions with Spanish-speakers in; the U.S.
24/WIOpenMPSTAT-222-01INTRO TO STATISTICS01/08/24-03/21/24MTWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH LH2LEC6034 4.0Timothy RobertsonI.DDescriptive statistics; graphical methods; basic; concepts of probability; binomial and normal; probability distributions; central limit theorem;; hypothesis tests involving means and proportions;; confidence; intervals; introduction to correlation and; regression; and chi-square testing. Examples from; a wide variety of disciplines; including business;; the social sciences; and the life sciences; to; prepare students with varying backgrounds and; interests to become intelligent consumers and; users of statistics.
24/WIOpenMPSTAT-322-1STATISTICAL METHODS01/08/24-03/21/24MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 109LEC455 3.0Timothy Robertson An intermediate course in applied statistics; including multiple regression; analysis of; variance; and nonparametric methods. Spreadsheets; and statistical software are used to perform; calculations.
24/WIOpenPSPSYC-121-AD2GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY01/29/24-03/17/24ARRARRARRLEC1101 4.5Staff StaffIII.BSurvey of the field of psychology: social; processes; biological psychology; learning;; development; motivation; memory; health; stress;; personality;psychopathology; and therapies.