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Spring 2022

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22/SPOpenBUACCT-123-01MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 302LEC350 3.0Abram Fisher Use of accounting data for managerial planning,, control, and decision-making. Particular emphasis, on entities which produce a product.
22/SPOpenBUACCT-313-01INTERM ACCOUNTING III04/04/22-06/16/22MWF12:00PM-12:50PMIH 302LEC300 3.0Abram Fisher Third course in a sequence. Accounting theory and, practice relating to the valuation and, presentation of assets, liabilities, net worth,, revenue, and expense accounts.
22/SPOpenBUACCT-322-01COST ACCOUNTING II04/04/22-06/16/22MWF01:00PM-01:50PMIH 302LEC300 3.0S Mapes/D Bell Key concepts of cost planning and control., Includes balanced scorecard, cost allocation,, joint products, process costing, inventory,, capital budgeting, transfer pricing, and, performance measurement.
22/SPOpenBUACCT-391-01ACCT SYST IN SMALL BUS04/04/22-06/16/22MW01:00PM-01:50PMIH 309LEC280 3.0Staff Starting a business and setting up and, maintaining accounting records for a small, business. Taxation of small businesses is, emphasized. Small business accounting software, (QuickBooks) is utilized. Two lectures and one, laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenBUACCT-391L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-05:00PMIH 309LAB280 0.0Staff  
22/SPOpenBIAGRI-213-01ORGANIC VEG GARDENING04/04/22-06/16/22TH01:00PM-01:50PMCH 301LEC120 2.0Aimee Wyrick-BrownworthVII.CDeveloping a home vegetable garden using, all-natural methods for preparing, growing,, maintaining, protecting, and harvesting garden, crops. One lecture and one laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenBIAGRI-213L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TH02:00PM-05:00PMCH 301LAB120 0.0Aimee Wyrick-BrownworthVII.C 
22/SPOpenPSANTH-124-01CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22MW04:00PM-05:50PMDH 205LEC1000 4.0StaffIII.BThe nature and concept of culture, the learning, and growth of culture, and the development of, cultural patterns. Survey of economics, kinship,, gender, political structures, languages, and, religion in technologically simple and complex, societies.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-150-01DIGITAL STUDIO I04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-04:40PMFH 224LEC150 3.0Clifford Rusch Preprint production techniques for print, applications. Emphasis on presentation and, technical skills and problem solving.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-285-01COLOR04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-04:50PMFH 222LEC200 3.0Amy Cronk The study and hand-on exploration of color,, including color perception, properties of color,, interaction of colors, color harmony, and color, associations. Develops the student's ability to, manipulate color for expressive and aesthetic, purposes.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-299-01THESIS PROJECT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPROJ200 3.0C Rusch/A Cronk/B Kyle/J Carstens/J De la Torre/R Sigamoney Individual project required of all, associate-degree graphic design majors. Creation, of a unified, accomplished body of work for, exhibition in the Rasmussen Art Gallery or at, another predetermined location on campus. Students, completing more than one degree do a separate, project for each degree earned.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-365-01PACKAGING DESIGN04/04/22-06/16/22MWF11:00AM-11:50AMFH 224LEC120 3.0Clifford Rusch The process of design and presentation as applied, to packaging, the redesign of existing packaging, and the creation of new product entries.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-381-01JUNIOR STUDIO II04/04/22-06/16/22T10:00AM-10:50AMFH 110STU100 2.0Clifford Rusch Students further explore their own area of, interest specific to design. Students will be, expected to be self driven, work in their studios,, find inspiration, and document their process to, further their understanding of their discipline., Enrollment is limited to juniors in the BFA, program.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-460-01PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT04/04/22-06/16/22TH02:00PM-04:40PMFH 224LEC150 3.0Clifford Rusch Creation of a professional-quality portfolio, tailored to a job search, gallery search or, graduate school application. Specific attention, given to refining and polishing the content, form,, and packaging. Additional areas include developing, a personal identity system and assembling a set of, self-promotional materials.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-464-01DIGITAL STUDIO II04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-04:50PMFH 224LEC120 3.0Brian Kyle Explores the preparation of digital files and, desktop design. For advanced graphic design majors, who understand the basic elements of design,, typography, and print and who have Macintosh, competency.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-465-01TYPOGRAPHY III04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMFH 224LEC120 3.0Brian Kyle Advanced study of typography concentrating on the, expressive use of letterforms and text, and the, exploration of experimental and progressive, application of type and letterforms.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-485-01TOPICS: DL PRODUCTION04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC150 1.0Brian Kyle An advanced study course that goes beyond topics, specific title is given to the course when it is, taught. Repeatable for credit under different, subtitles.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-494-01INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRINT100 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.
22/SPOpenVAARTD-499-01THESIS PROJECT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPROJ150 3.0C Rusch/A Cronk/B Kyle/J Carstens/J De la Torre/R Sigamoney Individual project required of all baccalaureate, degree graphic design majors. Students create a, unified, original, and professional body of work, for exhibition either in the Rasmussen Art Gallery, or at another predetermined location on campus., Students completing more than one art degree do a, separate thesis project for each degree earned.
22/SPOpenVAARTF-110-01INTRO TO ART THERAPY04/04/22-06/16/22TTH11:00AM-11:50AMFH 222LEC120 2.0Amy Cronk Introduction to the field of art therapy, including information about the history,, psychological theories, materials, populations,, settings and much more. Discussion and project, based; invites students to think critically,, practically and creatively through discussion of, traditional and controversial issues within the, field of art therapy.
22/SPOpenVAARTF-211-01THREE-DIMENSIONAL DSGN04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-05:50PMFH 110CLE/LA150 2.0Jaymie de la Torre The perceptual, spatial, and structural principles, of well-ordered three-dimensional forms., Assignments introduce techniques of modeling and, assemblage. One lecture and one laboratory per, week.
22/SPOpenVAARTF-212-01CERAMICS I04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-05:50PMFH 114LE/LA140 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.
22/SPOpenVAARTF-221-01LIFE DRAWING04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:50PMFH 226LE/LA150 2.0Amy Cronk Improvement of visual skills and accurate, portrayal of human surface anatomy. One lecture, and one laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenVAARTF-372-01ADVANCED STUDIO III04/04/22-06/16/22W10:00AM-12:00PMFH 226LEC150 3.0A Cronk/J De la Torre This series of courses builds on techniques, learned in fundamentals courses with the goal of, mastery in a chosen medium or mediums. Designed, for the working studio artist to develop autonomy, and a conceptual voice in consulta-tion with a, mentor through the process of exploration. One, lecture and one laboratory weekly. Repeatable for, credit. Prerequisites: Professor approval required, for enrollment.
22/SPOpenVAARTF-372L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFH 226LAB150 0.0A Cronk/J De la Torre  
22/SPOpenVAARTF-381-01JUNIOR STUDIO II04/04/22-06/16/22T10:00AM-10:50AMFH 110STU100 2.0Clifford Rusch Students further explore their own area of, interest specific to fine art. Students will be, expected to be self driven, work in their studios,, find inspiration, and document their process to, further their understanding of their discipline., Enrollment is limited to juniors in the BFA, program.
22/SPOpenVAARTF-422-01ADVANCED FIGURE STUDY04/04/22-06/16/22M03:00PM-06:50PMFH 226LE/LA150 2.0Amy Cronk Advanced study in drawing the human figure., Emphasis on anatomy, expression, and development, of a personal rendering style. One lecture and one, laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenVAARTF-499-01THESIS PROJECT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPROJ200 3.0C Rusch/A Cronk/B Kyle/J Carstens/J De la Torre/R Sigamoney Individual project required of all baccalaureate, degree fine art majors. Students create a unified,, original, and professional body of work for, exhibition either in the Rasmussen Art Gallery or, at another predetermined location on campus., Students completing more than one art degree do a, separate thesis project for each degree earned.
22/SPOpenVAARTH-115-01HIST OF WESTERN ART I04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMFH 205LEC450 4.0Jon CarstensIV.BDesigned to further appreciation of art as an, expression of human experience. Major monuments, in Western Civilization from its origins to the, Gothic period with particular emphasis on the, relationship between art and the cultural and, historical epoch in which it was created.
22/SPOpenVAARTH-116-01HIST OF WESTERN ART II04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH09:00AM-09:50AMFH 205LEC450 4.0Jon CarstensIV.BDesigned to further appreciation of art as an, expression of human experience. Major artists and, monuments in Western Civilization from the, Renaissance to the present with particular, emphasis on the relationship between art and the, cultural and historical epoch in which it was, created.
22/SPOpenVAARTH-396-01COLLOQUIUM04/04/22-06/16/22TH10:00AM-10:50AMFH 205COLL300 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.
22/SPOpenVAARTH-470-01-HCONTEMP ART SINCE 194504/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMFH 205LEC300 4.0Jon Carstens Avant-garde art and architecture in the Americas, and Europe from Abstract Expressionism to the, present. Even years.
22/SPOpenVAARTP-251-01INTRO TO STUDIO04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-04:50PMFH 104LEC120 3.0Brian Kyle Application of advanced photography techniques, and concepts in the field. Introduction to, photographic studio equipment and lighting., Ninety minutes lecture, four hours laboratory per, week.
22/SPOpenVAARTP-251L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFH 152LAB120 0.0Brian Kyle  
22/SPOpenVAARTP-299-01THESIS PROJECT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPROJ150 3.0C Rusch/A Cronk/B Kyle/J Carstens/J De la Torre/R Sigamoney Individual project required of all, associate-degree photography majors. Creation of a, unified, accomplished body of work for exhibition, in the Rasmussen Art Gallery or at another, predetermined location on campus. Students, completing more than one degree do a separate, project for each degree earned.
22/SPOpenVAARTP-381-01JUNIOR STUDIO II04/04/22-06/16/22T10:00AM-10:50AMFH 110STU100 2.0Clifford Rusch Students further explore their own area of, interest specific to photography. Students will be, expected to be self driven, work in their studios,, find inspiration, and document their process to, further their understanding of their discipline., Enrollment is limited to juniors in the BFA, program.
22/SPOpenVAARTP-485-01TOPICS: DL PRODUCTION04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC150 1.0Brian Kyle An advanced study course that goes beyond topics, specific title is given to the course when it is, taught. Repeatable for credit under different, subtitles.
22/SPOpenVAARTP-499-01THESIS PROJECT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPROJ150 3.0C Rusch/A Cronk/B Kyle/J Carstens/J De la Torre/R Sigamoney Individual project required of all baccalaureate, degree photography majors. Students create a, unified, original, and professional body of work, for exhibition either in the Rasmussen Art Gallery, or at another predetermined location on campus., Students completing more than one art degree do a, separate thesis project for each degree earned.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-176-01PRIV FLIGHT TRAINING04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT150 2.0Jihoon Kim 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-177-01INTERM PRIV FLT TRAIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT150 2.0Jihoon Kim 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-178-01ADV PRIV FLT TRAIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT150 2.0Chris Cho 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-276-01INSTRUMENT FLT TRAIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLT100 3.0Jihoon Kim 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-278-01ADV INSTRUM FLT TRAIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLT100 4.0Jihoon Kim 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-375-WEBCOMMERCIAL & CFI THEORY04/04/22-06/16/22MWTHF09:00AM-09:50AMON LINEONL150 4.0Chris Cho Aircraft performance, weight and balance, theory, of flight, the federal airspace system, air, traffic control, and navigation. Prepares pilots, for the Commercial Pilot-Airplane and Flight, Instructor-Airplane FAA written exams.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-376-01COMMERCIAL FLT TRAIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Chris Cho Aircraft systems, performance, and procedures, necessary for safely operating a multiengine, aircraft.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-377-01INTERM COMMERC FLT TRN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Chris Cho Become proficient in the maneuvers and skills, required for the Private Multiengine practical, exam. Special emphasis on in-flight emergencies.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-378-01ADV COMMERC FLT TRAIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Chris Cho A comprehensive review of aeronautical knowledge, and flight maneuvers in preparation for the, Commercial Pilot-Airplane oral and practical exam.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-468-01BEG FLT INSTRUCT TRAIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT50 3.0Chris Cho 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-469-01ADV FLT INSTRUCT TRAIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLT50 3.0Chris Cho 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-470-WEBFUND FLT INSTRUCTION04/04/22-06/16/22W11:00AM-11:50AMON LINEONL100 1.0Jihoon Kim Basic principles of education that may be applied, to flight instruction. Practice ground instruction, covering various private and commercial maneuvers., Discussion of the best teaching techniques and how, to avoid pitfalls common to many students and, flight instructors during flight training., Required for instructor certification.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-472-01INSTRUM INSTR FLT TRAI04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLT50 3.0Chris Cho 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-473-01ADV PRACTICUM IN FLT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT100 1.0-6.0Chris Cho 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-476-01ADD-ON CLASS RATING04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLT50 2.0Chris Cho 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.
22/SPOpenADAVIA-478-01ADD-ON CFI RATING04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT50 2.0Chris Cho 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.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-102-01HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMDH 206LEC1000 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.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-102L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMON LINELAB200 0.0Robin Vance  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-102L-02LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMON LINELAB200 0.0Robin Vance  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-102L-03LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T08:00AM-10:50AMON LINELAB200 0.0Robin Vance  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-102L-04LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T08:00AM-10:50AMON LINELAB200 0.0Robin Vance  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-113-01BIOL FOUNDATIONS III04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMCH 317LEC720 5.0Aimee Wyrick-BrownworthV.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., Should be taken in sequence. 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.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-113L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-05:00PMCH 314LAB240 0.0Bryan Ness  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-113L-02LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T06:00PM-09:00PMCH 314LAB240 0.0Bryan Ness  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-113L-03LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-05:00PMCH 314LAB240 0.0Bryan Ness  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-222-01INTRO/ RSRCH METHODS II04/04/22-06/16/22T05:00PM-05:50PMCH 301LEC100 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
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-222L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T06:00PM-09:00PMCH 301LAB100 0.0Bryan Ness  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-227-01NATURAL HIST OF CALIF04/04/22-06/16/22MWF01:00PM-01:50PMCH 201LEC400 3.0Bryan NessV.BPlants and animals of California as they relate, to, its diverse topography and geography. , , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Biology Department.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-227L-01NATURAL HIST OF CA LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMCH 101LAB200 1.0Bryan NessV.BLaboratory activities regarding plants and, animals of California as they relate to its, diverse topography and geography. , , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Biology Department.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-325-01FLOWERING PLANTS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH11:00AM-11:50AMCH 301LEC100 3.0Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth Structure and function of typical flowering, plants; methods of collecting, analyzing,, identifying, and preserving representative, specimens. Significance of flowering plants to, culture and health. Two lectures and one, laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-325L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-05:00PMCH 301LAB100 0.0Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-328-01ANIMAL BEHAVIOR04/04/22-06/16/22MWF01:00PM-01:50PMCH 301LEC300 4.0Floyd Hayes Diversity of animal behavior including instinct,, learning, communication, sociobiology, and the, genetic, physiological, and ecological aspects of, behavior. Three lectures and one laboratory per, week.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-328L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMCH 301LAB300 0.0Floyd Hayes  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-354-01GENETICS04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCH 201LEC250 4.0Bryan Ness Genetics of bacteria, plants, and animals., Chromosome mapping, population and evolutionary, genetics, prokaryotic and eukaryotic genetic, control, and molecular genetics. Emphasis on the, study of modern molecular genetic techniques and, concepts. Three lectures and one laboratory per, week.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-354L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TH02:00PM-05:00PMCH 221LAB250 0.0Bryan Ness  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-412-01RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH30 1.0-4.0Floyd 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.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-412-02RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH30 1.0-4.0Bryan 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.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-412-03RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH30 1.0-4.0Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth 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.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-412-05RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH30 1.0-4.0Backil 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.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-419-01DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCH 301LEC300 3.0John Duncan Principles of animal development and its molecular, basis in selected model organisms. Cell, communication and differentiation, embryonic, induction, pattern formation, morphogenesis, and, the genetic control of development.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-422-01ADV HUMAN ANATOMY04/04/22-06/16/22TTH01:00PM-01:50PMCH 201LEC150 4.0John Duncan Intensive study of the structure of the human, body. The laboratory requires extensive cadaver, dissection. Two lectures and two laboratories per, week.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-422L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-05:00PMCH 117LAB150 0.0John Duncan  
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-469-01IMMUNOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCH 301LEC200 4.0Backil Sung The lymphoid system and its response to foreign, substances by humoral or cellular mechanisms that, may protect or injure the host. Immunogens,, immunoglobulins, complement, antigen-antibody, reactions, phagocytosis, inflammation, immediate, and delayed allergy, autoimmunity, and the, immunology of transplantation, cancer and, tolerance. Three lectures and one laboratory per, week.
22/SPOpenBIBIOL-469L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-05:00PMCH 201LAB200 0.0Backil Sung  
22/SPOpenBIBIOT-494-01INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRINT50 1.0-4.0Staff Volunteer service or employment with an, biotechnology company or 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.
22/SPOpenBUBUAD-118-01PERSONAL MONEY MGMT04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMDH 206LEC800 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.
22/SPOpenBUBUAD-279-01BUSINESS COMMUNICATION04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMIH 302LEC300 3.0Abram Fisher Integrates presentation software with written and, oral techniques for ethical communication in the, business setting. Emphasis on effective, presentation of a variety of documents.
22/SPOpenBUBUAD-370-01HEALTHCARE LAW04/04/22-06/16/22TH02:00PM-04:30PMIH 302LEC300 3.0Abram Fisher The legal framework surrounding the, administration of healthcare and its impact on, the practitioner, the administrator, and the, patient.
22/SPOpenBUBUAD-494-01INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRINT150 1.0Staff 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.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-103-01SURVEY OF BIOCHEMISTRY04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 327LEC450 4.0Marie Pak The chemistry of living organisms emphasizing the, normal processes occurring in the human body., Three lectures and one laboratory per week., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Chemistry Department.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-103L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 335LAB450 0.0Marie Pak  
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-103L-2LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 329LAB240 0.0Marie Pak  
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-113-01GENERAL CHEMISTRY III04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF09:00AM-09:50AMCSH LH1LEC800 4.0Denise Lee-Haye Third 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. Four lectures and one laboratory per, week.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-113L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W01:00PM-04:00PMCSH 329LAB240 1.0Denise Lee-Haye Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 113.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-113L-02LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 335LAB240 1.0Denise Lee-Haye Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 113.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-113L-04LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TH01:00PM-04:00PMCSH 329LAB240 1.0Denise Lee-Haye Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 113.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-113L-05LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TH02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 335LAB240 1.0Denise Lee-Haye Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 113.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-210-01LABORATORY GLASSBLOWING04/04/22-06/16/22TH02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 338LAB60 1.0Robert Wilson Introduction to laboratory glassblowing. Includes, basic seals, annealing and glass repair.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-225-01CHEMICAL MODELING04/04/22-06/16/22MW01:00PM-01:50PMCSH 327LEC200 2.0Kent Davis Introduction to computers in chemistry. Explores, software solutions for modeling processes, mathematically and for modeling chemical, structures and reactions.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-326-01ANALYTICAL CHEM III04/04/22-06/16/22TTH01:00PM-01:50PMCSH 327LEC200 2.0Robert Wilson The theoretical basis of chemical analysis using, electrochemical, mass spectrometry, and, chromatographic methods. Introduction to, principles of operation of current analytical, instrumentation.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-326L-01ANALYTICAL CHEM III LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 328LAB150 1.0Robert Wilson A series of laboratory experiments in, chemical separations.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-373-01ORGANIC CHEMISTRY III04/04/22-06/16/22MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH LH1LEC1000 3.0Robert Wilson Third 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.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-373L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 346LAB300 1.0Robert Wilson Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 373.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-373L-02LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T03:30PM-06:30PMCSH 346LAB300 1.0Robert Wilson Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 373.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-373L-03LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 346LAB300 1.0Robert Wilson Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 373.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-373L-04LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W03:30PM-06:30PMCSH 346LAB300 1.0Robert Wilson Laboratory activities associated with CHEM 373.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-397-01CHEMISTRY SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22TH09:00PM-09:50PMCSH 327COLL450 0.5Denise Lee-Haye Introduction to chemical literature searching,, the anatomy of a scientific paper, and critiques, of scientific communication. Also includes talks, on current topics in science.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-452-01KINETICS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH08:00AM-08:50AMCSH 327LEC250 3.0Kent Davis Kinetic theory, chemical kinetics, including, enzyme kinetics, transport properties., Introduction to the basic ideas of quantum, mechanics.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-483-01BIOCHEMISTRY III04/04/22-06/16/22MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 327LEC300 3.0Marie Pak Third course in a sequence. Information pathways, of DNA, RNA, protein metabolism, and regulation, of gene expression
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-483L-01BIOCHEMISTRY III LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TH01:00PM-05:00PMCSH 328LE/LA100 2.0Marie Pak Laboratory discussions and activities introducing, the basic experimental techniques of protein, biochemistry. One lecture and one laboratory per, week.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-485-01TOPICS IN BIOCHEMISTRY04/04/22-06/16/22MWF01:00PM-01:50PMCSH 356LEC120 3.0Staff Study of an advanced topic in biochemistry., Topics may include biophysical chemistry,, pharmaceutical chemistry, nucleic acid, enzymology, signal transduction, or, macromolecular structure and function. Repeatable, for credit under different topics.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-499-01INDEPENDENT RESEARCH04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH20 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.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-499-03INDEPENDENT RESEARCH04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH20 1.0-2.0Denise Lee-Haye 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.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-499-04INDEPENDENT RESEARCH04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH20 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.
22/SPOpenCHCHEM-499-05INDEPENDENT RESEARCH04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH20 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.
22/SPOpenCWLCOMM-105-01COMM & PUBLIC SPEAKING04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 323LEC220 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.
22/SPOpenCWLCOMM-223-01INTERPERSONAL COMM04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:15PMIH 323LEC280 3.0Tammy McGuireVII.ATransactional nature of interpersonal, communication, including the roles of both verbal, and nonverbal communication, empathic listening,, and self-disclosure as means of building trusting, relationships and developing rhetorical, sensitivities.
22/SPOpenCWLCOMM-328-01SMALL GROUP COMM04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:15PMIH 200LEC280 3.0Tammy McGuire Effective use of communication in small groups;, analysis of the nature of group productivity,, cohesiveness, and leadership; group, problem-solving within various contexts.
22/SPOpenCWLCOMM-330-01INTERCULTURAL COMM04/04/22-06/16/22MWF01:00PM-01:50PMIH 323LEC200 3.0Tara Hargrove Variables and effects of both verbal and nonverbal, communication between cultures. Practical, applications for careers in all communication, fields (domestic and international), business,, international relations, international relief and, development, language-translation, foreign, affairs, social work, and education.
22/SPOpenCWLCOMM-427-01PERSUASIVE COMMUNICATN04/04/22-06/16/22TTH04:00PM-05:15PMIH 200LEC250 3.0Tammy McGuire Rhetorical principles of ethical persuasion in, public speaking, interpersonal relationships,, public relations, and advertising. Development of, skills in logical argument, emotive influence, and, psychological appeal and in achieving source, credibility.
22/SPOpenCWLCOMM-490-01TOPICS: LEADERSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22MW04:00PM-05:15PMIH 200LEC30 3.0Tammy McGuire 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.
22/SPOpenCWLCOMM-493-01HEALTH COMM INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRIH 324INT50 3.0Lynne Thew 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.
22/SPOpenCWLCOMM-494-01COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRIH 327INT50 3.0Lynne Thew 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.
22/SPOpenMPDTSC-201-01FUNDAMENTALS OF DATA SCIENCE04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 232LEC240 4.0Nathaniel Adu A follow up to the introductory course DTSC 101, with an emphasis on data collection, data, cleaning, estimation, prediction, and inference., Programming software is used to write more, involved functions and scripts for deeper analysis, of real data sets.
22/SPOpenEDECED-210-01CHILD PROTECTION04/04/22-06/16/22MW01:00PM-01:50PMED 212LEC240 2.0Charaine Lucas The medical, legal, and social implications of, suspected abuse. Recognition of the role of the, educator and physician in preventing child abuse, and family violence, through routine assessment of, family dynamics, early identification of children, at risk, and cooperation with community services, that support families.
22/SPOpenEDECED-276-01ECE STUDENT TEACHING I04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTHF10:00AM-10:50AMED 213STT150 5.0Charaine Lucas Supervised practicum (150 hours) lasting the, entire quarter in an infant/toddler setting., Students will participate in activities carried, out by early childhood educators working with, infants and toddlers within early childhood, settings. Also includes seminar activities and, discussion with the course instructor.
22/SPOpenEDECED-362-01ADMIN & SUPERVISION II04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTHF11:00AM-11:50AMED 212LEC120 5.0Charaine Lucas Study of the competencies required in the, successful operation of a child development, center. Includes marketing, recruitment, human, resource management, facilities and risk, management, professional development and, leadership skills.
22/SPOpenBUECON-265-01-HMICROECONOMICS04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH12:00PM-12:50PMIH 301LEC300 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.
22/SPOpenBUECON-270-01HEALTHCARE ECONOMICS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH05:15PM-06:30PMIH 302LEC350 3.0Staff An analysis of the unique characteristics of the, economics of the health care industry in the, United States. Emphasis on managed care dynamics,, including the role of third-party sources of, payment, as well as the economics of information,, including moral hazard and adverse selection, problems.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-333-01EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22TTH04:00PM-05:40PMED 212LEC240 4.0Jean Buller Exploration of how children and adolescents learn, and think in the classroom. Examines how, characteristics such as intelligence, personality,, cognitive and moral development, and diversity, impact student learning. Includes the study of, learning theories, motivation, cooperative, learning, assessment, and managing a classroom.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-356-01ENGL LANGUAGE ARTS II04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:40PMED 213LEC180 4.0Jean Buller The nature of language acquisition and the, principles related to intermediate, reading/language arts instruction. Instructional, strategies for developing ability to transmit, meaning through talking and writing and to, comprehend meaning through listening and reading., Emphasizes assessment and management techniques, and teaching to diverse groups of students., Includes multigrade teaching and state standard, aligned instruction.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-357-01TCHNG CONTENT AREAS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMED 212LEC240 4.0Kathleen Jefferson Aspects of teaching history, social science,, visual arts, and performing arts. Implementation, of state adopted content standards in these, subject areas. Observation of professionals in the, field, paying particular attention to content and, strategies of instruction, as well as techniques, for teaching art as it relates to other subject, areas and careers. Emphasizes case studies,, integrated units, and cross-cultural activities.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-358-01LITERACY/CONTENT AREA04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:15PMED 213LEC150 3.0Jean Buller One of three courses preparing students , for the secondary classroom. Emphasis is, placed on lesson design based on 1) the unique, learning characteristics of adolescents, and 2), the reading and study skills needed in each, content area. Effective teaching strategies for, students with diverse levels of understanding and, skill, including ELL students with limited, language skills.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-368-01TEACHING K-12 BIBLE04/04/22-06/16/22MW04:00PM-04:50PMED 212LEC240 2.0Kathleen Jefferson Teaching objectives, materials, and strategies in, Biblical education. Emphasizes the spiritual, development of K-12 students and provides methods, of teaching whereby Bible curriculum can be, harmonized with that development. Explores and, analyzes the Seventh-day Adventist Bible, curriculum. Required for SDA elementary, endorsement. Required for SDA secondary, endorsement only if a Bible endorsement is, desired.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-368L-01TCHG K-12 BIBLE PRACT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRED 212STT240 1.0Kathleen Jefferson Designed to support EDUC 390 and place candidates, in a Bible classroom within an SDA school setting., Includes observation of present practices in Bible, instruction. Candidates will assist cooperating, teachers as well as plan and implement a brief, unit of study, based on the current class, curriculum and the NAD Bible curriculum guides.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-492-01STS: TPA CYCLE 204/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRSEM250 1.0Jim Roy 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.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-493-12HRSSTU TCHG: ELEMENTARY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPRAC200 1.0-12.0Kathleen Jefferson 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.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-494-12HRSSTU TCHG: SECONDARY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPRAC240 1.0-12.0Kathleen Jefferson 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.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-498-01ST SEM: CULMINATNG EXP04/04/22-06/16/22M06:00PM-06:50PMED 213SEM150 1.0Staff 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.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-533-01EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22TTH04:00PM-05:40PMED 212LEC240 4.0Jean Buller Exploration of how children and adolescents learn, and think in the classroom. Examines how, characteristics such as intelligence, personality,, cognitive and moral development, and diversity, impact student learning. Includes the study of, learning theories, motivation, cooperative, learning, assessment, and managing a classroom.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-556-01ENGL LANGUAGE ARTS II04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:40PMED 213LEC180 4.0Jean Buller The nature of language acquisition and the, principles related to intermediate, reading/language arts instruction. Instructional, strategies for developing ability to transmit, meaning through talking and writing and to, comprehend meaning through listening and reading., Emphasizes assessment and management techniques, and teaching to diverse groups of students., Includes multigrade teaching and state standard, aligned instruction.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-557-01TCHNG CONTENT AREAS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMED 212LEC240 4.0Kathleen Jefferson Aspects of teaching history, social science,, visual arts, and performing arts. Implementation, of state adopted content standards in these, subject areas. Observation of professionals in the, field, paying particular attention to content and, strategies of instruction, as well as techniques, for teaching art as it relates to other subject, areas and careers. Emphasizes case studies,, integrated units, and cross-cultural activities.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-558-01LITERACY/CONTENT AREA04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:15PMED 213LEC150 3.0Jean Buller One of three courses preparing students for the, secondary classroom. Emphasis is placed on lesson, design based on 1) the unique learning, characteristics of adolescents, and 2) the reading, and study skills needed in each content area., Effective teaching strategies for students with, diverse levels of understanding and skill,, including ELL students with limited language, skills.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-568-01TEACHING K-12 BIBLE04/04/22-06/16/22MW04:00PM-04:50PMED 212LEC240 2.0Kathleen Jefferson Teaching objectives, materials, and strategies in, Biblical education. Emphasizes the spiritual, development of K-12 students and provides methods, of teaching whereby Bible curriculum can be, harmonized with that development. Explores and, analyzes the Seventh-day Adventist Bible, curriculum. Required for SDA elementary, endorsement. Required for SDA secondary, endorsement only if a Bible endorsement is, desired.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-568L-01TCHG K-12 BIBLE PRACT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRED 212STT240 1.0Kathleen Jefferson Designed to support EDUC 390 and place candidates, in a Bible classroom within an SDA school setting., Includes observation of present practices in Bible, instruction. Candidates will assist cooperating, teachers as well as plan and implement a brief, unit of study, based on the current class, curriculum and the NAD Bible curriculum guides.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-592-01STS: TPA CYCLE 204/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRSEM250 1.0Staff 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.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-593-12HRSSTU TCHG: ELEMENTARY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRSTT200 1.0-12.0Kathleen Jefferson 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.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-594-12HRSSTU TCHG: SECONDARY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRSTT240 1.0-12.0Kathleen Jefferson 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.
22/SPOpenEDEDUC-598-01ST SEM: CULMINATNG EXP04/04/22-06/16/22M06:00PM-06:50PMED 213SEM150 1.0Staff 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.
22/SPOpenNUEMER-180-01TECHNICAL RESCUE I04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-02:50PMFH 158LEC120 3.0J Joiner/M RussellVII.CAn introduction to theory and skills used in, technical rescue operations. Focus on the, utilization of specialized rescue equipment and, the four phases of rescue. Specific topics include, PPE, types of rescues, rope construction, life, safety knots, self-�rescue techniques, patient, packaging, anchors and anchor systems, belays,, raise and lower systems, mechanical advantage, and, pick-�offs. Upon successful completion and, evaluation, students will receive Rescue 3, International Technical Rope Rescue� Technician, (TRR�T) certification.
22/SPOpenNUEMER-180L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22MW03:00PM-05:00PMFH 158LEC120 0.0J Joiner/M RussellVII.C 
22/SPOpenNUEMER-181-01TECHNICAL RESCUE II04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFH 158LEC120 2.0J Joiner/M RussellVI.BSwiftwater Rescue Technician (SRT) Unit 1 and, SRT-Advanced. The SRT Unit 1 teaches the, fundamental rescue skills for swiftwater and the, SRT-Advanced brings together advanced swiftwater, techniques and rope rescue techniques in a, swiftwater environment. Also includes a night, search and rescue operation in a river, environment. Certifications are National Fire, Protections Association (NFPA) compliant. The, didactic portion of this course is provided, concurrently with EMER 180 during the spring, quarter, the hands-on portion of the course is, conducted during the summer in an experience on, the American River in Coloma, CA in the Sierras., This course may be repeated for credit. Eligible, for IP grading.
22/SPOpenNUEMER-181L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC120 0.0J Joiner/M RussellVI.B 
22/SPOpenNUEMER-255-01EMERGENCY SCENE MGMT04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCSH 229LEC240 3.0Matthew Russell Application of the nationally adopted incident, command system to emergency scenes. Emphasizes, proper use of resources, interfacing with allied, agencies, and decision-making under stress.
22/SPOpenNUEMER-273-01EMERGENCY MEDICAL PRAC04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPRAC300 2.0Matthew Russell Application of skills from EMER 105 in a, pre-hospital and a hospital setting. Prerequisite:, Current EMT certification by the LEMSA.
22/SPOpenNUEMER-291-01EMERGENCY SERV SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22T10:00AM-10:50AMCSH 229COLL240 0.5Jefferson Joiner Single topics of current interest in the emergency, medical field presented by guest lecturers.
22/SPOpenNUEMER-480-01ISSUES IN EMER SERVICES04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMFH 158LEC300 3.0Jefferson Joiner Exploration of current issues facing the, emergency responder with implications affecting, current care and practice. Special emphasis on, developing an expanded awareness of opportunities, to participate as a change agent, demonstrating, and advocating for best practices related to, various emergency services concepts.
22/SPOpenNUEMER-491-01EMS CAPSTONE04/04/22-06/16/22MW11:00AM-11:50AMFH 158LEC300 2.0Jefferson Joiner Culminating educational experience for emergency, services students. Students will produce and, present a final project. Should be taken during, the student's final term prior to graduation.
22/SPOpenENENGL-102-02COLLEGE ENGLISH II04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMED 212LEC240 4.0Lindsay MortonI.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.
22/SPOpenENENGL-102-03COLLEGE ENGLISH II04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMIH 203LEC240 4.0Lindsay MortonI.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.
22/SPOpenENENGL-102-04COLLEGE ENGLISH II04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF12:00PM-12:50PMIH 201LEC240 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.
22/SPOpenENENGL-152-01SURVEY OF LIT III04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMSH 203LEC100 4.0Linda Gill Third 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 from the 19th, century to the present.
22/SPOpenENENGL-301-01THEMES IN LITERATURE04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:40PMCSH 235LEC300 4.0Linda GillIV.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.
22/SPOpenENENGL-301-02THEMES IN LITERATURE04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMARRLEC300 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.
22/SPOpenENENGL-468-01VICTORIAN AGE/BRITAIN04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMSH 201LEC120 4.0Linda Gill British writers from 1830 to 1880. , , 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., ,
22/SPOpenENENGL-469-01MODERN AGE IN BRITAIN04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:40PMSH 203LEC100 4.0Catherine Tetz British writers from 1880 to 1950 with focus on, British Modernists., , 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.
22/SPOpenENENGL-490-01SENIOR SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRSH 201SEM120 1.0Sara Kakazu Guides students in their preparation tfor applying, to graduate school or enter-ing the job market,, including preparation for professional exams (GRE,, CSET), job interviews, professional statements and, tcover letters, and writing samples; continuation, of work on the senior project begun in ENGL 389.
22/SPOpenBIENVR-362-01POLLUTION & ENV QUAL04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCH 317LEC700 3.0Floyd HayesV.BAir pollution, ozone depletion, acid rain, water, quality, water pollution, wastewater treatment,, solid waste management, food production, pest, control, and various environmental hazards.
22/SPOpenBIENVR-362L-01POLLUTION & ENV LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-05:00PMCH 302LAB150 1.0Floyd Hayes Laboratory activities coordinated with ENVR 362., Required corequisite for biology majors and minors, and for environmental studies majors and minors.
22/SPOpenBIENVR-412-01RSRCH/ENVIRONMNTL STUD04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH30 1.0-4.0Floyd 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.
22/SPOpenBIENVR-494-01INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRINT50 1.0-4.0Floyd 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.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-100-01ADAPTIVE PHYSICAL EDUC04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRPA GYMACT100 1.0Kiwon Kwak Requires physician's certification of need., Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-101A-WEBJOGGING04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRON LINEACT1000 1.0Robert PaulsonVI.BActivity course. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-103A-01PHYSICAL FITNESS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH08:00AM-08:50AMPA GYMACT340 1.0Kiwon KwakVI.BActivity course. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-107A-01SWIM & STAY FIT04/04/22-06/16/22TTH01:00PM-01:50PMPA POOLACT180 1.0Robert PaulsonVI.BActivity course. Proficiency in swimming strokes, required for enrollment. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-109A-01HYDRO AEROBICS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH03:00PM-03:50PMPA POOLACT250 1.0Elaine NeudeckVI.BActivity course. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-128-01SOCCER04/04/22-06/16/22TTH12:00PM-12:50PMPA FLDACT500 1.0Kiwon KwakVI.BActivity course. Fall quarter enrollment is, limited to members of the varsity soccer team., Spring quarter enrollment is open to all students., Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-160-01FENCING04/04/22-06/16/22TTH11:00AM-11:50AMPA GYMACT250 1.0J Wick/R PaulsonVI.BActivity course. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-164-02ROCK CLIMBING04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-03:50PMPA STGACT160 1.0D Carreon/R Paulson Introduces safe rules, the importance of, responsibility, and the technical skills used in, the sport of rock climbing. Instruction includes, proper use of equipment, knots, belaying,, rappelling, building anchors, and a range of other, climbing techniques. Includes mostly indoor, climbing on the Pacific Union College climbing, wall, in addition to some outdoor climbing field, trips.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-171-01PICKLEBALL04/04/22-06/16/22MW12:00PM-12:50PMPA GYMACT240 1.0Elaine NeudeckVI.BActivity course. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-176-01WEIGHT TRAINING04/04/22-06/16/22TTH09:00AM-09:50AMPA WTRMACT300 1.0Kiwon KwakVI.BActivity course. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-194-01TENNIS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH12:00PM-12:50PMPA TCRTACT200 1.0Elaine NeudeckVI.BActivity course. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESAC-370-01LIFEGUARD TRAINING04/04/22-06/16/22MW11:00AM-12:50PMPA POOLACT180 2.0Robert PaulsonVI.BActivity course. Recommended for enrollment: Red, Cross Level 5. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenKIESTH-287-01T&T INDIVIDUAL SPORTS04/04/22-06/16/22M01:30PM-03:30PMPA 50LEC300 2.0Kiwon Kwak Development of fundamental skills and strategies, in various individual activities such as handball,, golf, racquetball, and archery. Emphasis on, teaching techniques, officiating, rules, and, organization of materials for school programs., Additional fees apply. For current rates, inquire, at the ESHN Department.
22/SPOpenKIESTH-335-01SPORT NUTRITION04/04/22-06/16/22MWF11:00AM-11:50AMPA GYMLEC200 3.0Robert Paulson This course presents guidelines for the diet, needed to be ready for athletic practice and, competition.
22/SPOpenKIESTH-365-01OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE04/04/22-06/16/22TTH08:00AM-08:50AMPA 102LEC150 3.0Elaine NeudeckVII.CTheory and practice in camping, hiking,, backpacking, and canoeing techniques. Ecological, considerations, equipment and food selection,, outdoor cooking, and orienteering. Additional fees, apply. For current rates, inquire at the ESHN, Department.
22/SPOpenKIESTH-373-01ADAPTED PHYS ACTIVITY04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMPA 50LEC300 3.0Elaine Neudeck 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.
22/SPOpenKIESTH-492-01CAPSTONE IN KINESIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMPA 50LEC100 3.0Robert Paulson Combines classroom work with practical hands-on, experience to prepare students to continue their, education in the fields of athletic training,, personal training, sports physical therapy, or, sports medicine. Skills developed in the program, are taken from the following areas: anatomy and, physiology, athletic injury care, prevention and, rehabilitation, physical therapy, fitness programs, for individuals and groups, health and wellness,, nutrition, and strength training. Should be taken, during the student's last year at Pacific Union, College before graduation.
22/SPOpenNUFDNT-235-01NUTRITION04/04/22-06/16/22TTH04:00PM-05:15PMCSH LH2LEC400 3.0Victoria SaundersVI.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.
22/SPOpenVAFILM-158-01INTRO TO TV PRODUCTION04/04/22-06/16/22TTH01:00PM-01:50PMFH 206LEC250 3.0Tim de la Torre Survey of the rapidly-shifting field of, television production with an emphasis on, producing for the web. Students develop, pitch,, and write their own pilot episodes of a web, series and produce several of them as a class., Emphasis on the production process and crew, roles. One lecture and one laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenVAFILM-158L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TH02:00PM-05:00PMFH 206LAB150 0.0Tim de la Torre  
22/SPOpenVAFILM-289-01THESIS PROJECT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPROJ150 3.0R Sigamoney/T DeLaTorre Completion and presentation of an independent film, project. Proposals must be pitched to a department, review panel for approval.
22/SPOpenVAFILM-343-01GROUP PRODUCTION III04/04/22-06/16/22TTH11:00AM-11:50AMFH 206LEC120 3.0R Sigamoney/T DeLaTorre Third 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.
22/SPOpenVAFILM-343L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W06:00PM-09:00PMFH 206LAB120 0.0Rajeev Sigamoney  
22/SPOpenVAFILM-343L-02LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W06:00PM-09:00PMFH 203LAB120 0.0Tim de la Torre  
22/SPOpenVAFILM-347-01SCREENWRITING II04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMFH 256LEC150 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).
22/SPOpenVAFILM-350-01DIRECTING04/04/22-06/16/22MW11:00AM-11:50AMFH 206LEC150 3.0M Pratt/R Sigamoney The director's role in the filmmaking process,, including preparing script for production,, casting a project, working with actors during, rehearsal, discovering a film's visual style, and, working with the crew in pre-production, on set,, and in post production. Two lectures and one, laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenVAFILM-350L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMFH 206LAB150 0.0M Pratt/R Sigamoney  
22/SPOpenVAFILM-355-01MARKETING & DISTRIB04/04/22-06/16/22W04:00PM-05:40PMFH 256LEC150 3.0Rajeev Sigamoney An exploration of film and television marketing, and distribution with an emphasis on how to, secure a distribution deal for an independent, production. Forms of distribution examined, include theatrical, film festivals, home video,, online, and self-distribution. Students will work, on the creation of a press kit, trailer, and, distribution plan for their own project. Should, be taken in conjunction with MDIA 289 or MDIA, 489. Two lectures and one laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenVAFILM-355L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRFH 202LAB150 0.0Rajeev Sigamoney  
22/SPOpenVAFILM-361-01CINEMATOGRAPHY II04/04/22-06/16/22MW01:00PM-01:50PMFH 206LEC150 3.0Tim de la Torre The cinematographer's role in the filmmaking, process with an emphasis on the camera, department. Students will become familiar with, devices used to move and control the camera,, lenses, filtration, and recording techniques. One, lecture and, one laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenVAFILM-361L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-05:00PMFH 203LAB150 0.0Tim de la Torre  
22/SPOpenVAFILM-489-01THESIS PROJECT III04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPROJ200 2.0R Sigamoney/T DeLaTorre Third 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.
22/SPOpenVAFILM-494-01INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRINT50 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.
22/SPOpenADGNRL-100-01COMMUNITY SPEAKER SERIES04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRCHU SANCTCOLL15000 0.1Milbert Mariano A regular gathering of the Pacific Union College, community. Students, faculty, and staff meet to, worship, learn and exchange ideas and, information. Required for all undergraduate, students each quarter (unless specially, exempted). To pass, a student must attend a, minimum of five meetings each quarter. Repeatable, for credit. Graded S/F.
22/SPOpenBIGNRL-204-01INTRO TO DENTISTRY04/04/22-06/16/22T06:00PM-06:50PMCH 201LEC200 2.0J Yoo/A Wyrick-Brownworth Dental anatomy, morphology, and related aspects of, dentistry as a career. One lecture and one, laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenBIGNRL-204L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T07:00PM-10:00PMCH 118LAB200 0.0J Yoo/A Wyrick-Brownworth  
22/SPOpenTHGNRL-350-01FIELD EXPERIENCE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLD200 6.0Ross Winkle 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-104-01COLLEGE BOUND I04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-02:50PMON LINEONL250 2.0Martin Pita 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-105-01COLLEGE BOUND II04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-02:50PMON LINEONL250 1.0Martin Pita 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-201-01ASSESSMENT SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22M06:00PM-08:00PMDH 206SEM200 0.1Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-201-02ASSESSMENT SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22T06:00PM-08:00PMDH 206SEM200 0.1Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-201-03ASSESSMENT SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22W07:00PM-09:00PMDH 206SEM200 0.1Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-201-04ASSESSMENT SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22TH06:00PM-08:00PMDH 206SEM200 0.1Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-201-05ASSESSMENT SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRSEM200 0.1Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-401-01SENIOR ASSESS SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22M06:00PM-08:00PMDH 206SEM500 0.2Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-401-02SENIOR ASSESS SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22T06:00PM-08:00PMDH 206SEM500 0.2Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-401-03SENIOR ASSESS SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22W07:00PM-09:00PMDH 206SEM500 0.2Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-401-04SENIOR ASSESS SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22TH06:00PM-08:00PMDH 206SEM500 0.2Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenADGNST-401-05SENIOR ASSESS SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRSEM500 0.2Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenHIHIST-134-WEBHISTORY OF THE US I04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRON LINEONL300 4.0William LoganIII.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.
22/SPOpenHIHIST-220-01INTRO TO ANCIENT HIST04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:40PMIH 208LEC120 4.0William Logan Ancient civilizations from their emergence to, their collapse, with special attention to the, development of government, philosophy and the, arts.
22/SPOpenHIHIST-360-01ADVENTIST HERITAGE04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMIH 215LEC250 4.0Eric Anderson 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.
22/SPOpenHIHIST-375-01U.S. AND THE WORLD SINCE 194504/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMIH 208LEC120 4.0William Logan Major issues and developments in the U.S. and the, World since the end of World War II. Includes, nationalism and independence movements, the Cold, War, globalization, and conflicts around the, world.
22/SPOpenHIHIST-380-01HISTORY METHODS III04/04/22-06/16/22MW01:00PM-01:50PMIH 208LEC120 2.0Howard Munson Refines writing and analytical skills developed in, freshman and sophomore seminars. Introduces majors, to the professionalization of history and history, as a career. Includes conference paper, presentations, admission to and preparation for, graduate school, and guest lecturers from the, field of history.
22/SPOpenHIHIST-414-01SEM IN MIDDLE EAST HIST04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF11:00AM-11:50AMIH 208LEC120 4.0Howard Munson Themes in Middle East history. Requires a major, research paper. Repeatable for credit under, different topics.
22/SPOpenHIHIST-482-01SENIOR THESIS III04/04/22-06/16/22W04:00PM-04:50PMIH 208PROJ120 1.0William Logan Formal thesis presentation to faculty and peers.
22/SPOpenKIHLED-166-01HEALTH EDUCATION04/04/22-06/16/22TTH11:00AM-11:50AMPA 50LEC500 2.0Kiwon KwakVI.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.
22/SPOpenNUHLTH-201-01ISSUES IN ALLIED HEALTH04/04/22-06/16/22W04:00PM-05:40PMCSH 230LEC400 2.0Victoria Saunders Capstone course that allows the student to reflect, and report on current issues in the allied health, professions with a focus on their selected allied, health career. Includes a project in which the, student will demonstrate their knowledge of, medical vocabulary, scientific method, clinical, ethics, and health care systems. Designed for, students in the final year of the A.S. degree in, Health Science.
22/SPOpenHNHNRS-131-01SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY04/04/22-06/16/22MW06:00PM-08:15PMIH 207LEC200 5.0Kent Davis Examines scientific methods for gathering and, evaluating evidence, identifies relevant, scientific principles, provides practice and, critique in the communication of scientific, ideas, and evaluates how science impacts and is, impacted by society. Incorporates instruction in, communication and academic writing, particularly, explanatory texts. Fulfills the COMM 105, Introduction to Communication requirement.
22/SPOpenHNHNRS-202-01LEADERSHIP THRY & PRACT04/04/22-06/16/22TTH05:00PM-06:15PMIH 323LEC200 3.0Tammy McGuire A scholarly examination of leadership concepts, and the human aspects of organizations in order, to understand how these forces affect the solving, of community problems. Students will apply, knowledge to solving real community problems, through service projects.
22/SPOpenHNHNRS-380-01SEMINAR: PILGRIMAGES04/04/22-06/16/22MW04:00PM-05:40PMON LINELEC120 4.0E Anderson/K Van Arsdale 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
22/SPOpenHNHNRS-403-01THE CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR04/04/22-06/16/22MW06:00PM-07:40PMSH 203LEC100 4.0Lindsay Morton This capstone seminar provides a reflection on, the intersection of faith, knowledge, and, practice. Examines understandings of progress, and potential Christian-scholar roles. Includes a, particular focus on the ways that belief shapes, action.
22/SPOpenHNHNRS-490-01HONORS PROJECT I04/04/22-06/16/22TARRSH 203PROJ100 1.0Allison Fox First 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.
22/SPOpenBUINFS-115-01INTRO TO CPTR PROGRMNG04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:40PMCSH 109LEC150 4.0Chantel Blackburn Introduction to the principles necessary for, writing clear, well-designed and efficient, computer programs. No prerequisites, but a, knowledge of mathematics equivalent to high-school, algebra is assumed.
22/SPOpenBUINFS-465-01FUND OF DATA COMMUNICATION04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 301LEC200 3.0David Bell Various methods of data communication: networking,, telephony, communications hardware and software.
22/SPOpenCWLITAL-111-01BEGINNING ITALIAN (L&C)04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH09:00AM-09:50AMIH 215LEC240 4.0Sylvia Rasi GregoruttiIV.DDesigned to develop speaking, listening, reading,, and writing skills in the language studied. Basic, grammar and vocabulary presented through a, proficiency-oriented approach emphasizing the, practical use of the language. An introduction to, selected elements of the cultures in countries, where the language is used. This course includes a, special emphasis on the cultural component, as, designated in the course title by L&C (Language &, Culture). This course is not for students who have, had two or more years of secondary school, coursework in the Language., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Modern Languages Department.
22/SPOpenCWLJOUR-110-01CURR ISSUES IN THE MEDIA04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:15PMIH 204LEC300 3.0Lynne Thew Introduction to journalism and its various, platforms, including print, video, online, and, broadcast. Emphasis on the role and, responsibility of the press in a free society.
22/SPOpenCWLJOUR-244-01COPYEDITING II04/04/22-06/16/22MW04:00PM-05:15PMIH 323LEC280 3.0Lynne Thew An overview of the basic tools and tasks of, copyeditors, including rewriting, editing,, correcting grammar, using The Associated Press, Stylebook, creating style sheets, and methods of, querying authors. Students learn to edit using, conventional marks and symbols, apply the, appropriate level of copyediting, eliminate bias,, and ensure consistency.
22/SPOpenCWLJOUR-350-01CAMPUS CHRONICLE PRODUCTION04/04/22-06/16/22M08:00PM-08:50PMIH 323ACT280 1.0Lynne Thew Supervised experience in the production and, publication of PUC's student newspaper, the, Campus Chronicle. Offered under 2 subtitles:, Print and Video.
22/SPOpenCWLJOUR-494-01JOURNALISM INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRIH 327INT50 3.0Lynne Thew Supervised opportunity for the student to accrue, direct experience in a professional journalistic, setting as approved by the department. Enrollment, restricted to department majors.
22/SPOpenCWLLANG-300-01INTL CULTURAL EXPERIENCE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC700 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.
22/SPOpenCWLLANG-460-01LANG, CULT & HUM ISSUES04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH06:00PM-06:50PMIH 203LEC250 4.0F Maia/S Rasi Gregorutti Current humanitarian issues and the contexts in, which they occur from a global perspective. Focus, on related cultural and linguistic issues. Taught, in English. Projects in languages of the Language, & Culture Studies degree emphases (Arabic,, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish).
22/SPOpenMPMATH-095-WEBBASIC ALGEBRA I04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRON LINEONL400 4.0Chantel BlackburnI.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,, and, scientific notation., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Mathematics Department.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-096-WEBBASIC ALGEBRA II04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRON LINEONL400 4.0Chantel BlackburnI.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.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-100-01SUPPL TOPICS IN COLL ALGEBRA04/04/22-06/16/22T11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 232LEC400 1.0-2.0Chantel Blackburn A review of intermediate algebra, including, exponents and radicals, linear, quadratic and, rational equations, and inequalities. The number, of credits is determined by initial assessment., Graded S/F.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-106-01COLLEGE ALGEBRA04/04/22-06/16/22MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 230LEC400 3.0Chantel Blackburn 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.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-132-01CALCULUS II04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMCSH 233LEC400 4.0Nathaniel Adu Second course in the calculus sequence, focus on, integral calculus and its applications. Includes, the fundamental theorems, general substitutions,, integration by parts, applications to geometry and, physics, differential equations, growth models,, infinite series, and Taylor expansions. Graphing, calculators and mathematical software tools are, used extensively.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-265-01ELEM LINEAR ALGEBRA04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMCSH 230LEC250 4.0Nathaniel Adu Matrix algebra and determinants, applications to, solving systems of linear equations, vector, spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, and, eigenvectors.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-275-01LOGIC AND SETS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMCSH 229LEC200 4.0Stefan Sremac A bridge to upper-division mathematics, developing, the student's ability to handle abstract concepts, and careful proofs. Propositional and predicate, logic, various types of proof, algebra of sets and, functions, equivalence relations, and countable, sets.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-385-01MATH MODELING04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMCSH 109LEC150 4.0Stefan Sremac Mathematical modeling of problems selected from a, variety of applied areas, including industry,, biology, business, and the social sciences. Both, deterministic and stochastic models are, considered, with an emphasis on practical, problem-solving. Includes exploration of the, computer as a problem-solving tool.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-390-1JUNIOR SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22TH09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 109SEM150 0.5Chantel Blackburn Continued preparation of students for successful, pursuit of opportunities in mathematics related, fields of work and study. Includes mathematics, problem solving in a variety of topics and, contexts,, investigating employment and further education, opportunities for (bio)mathematics graduates, CV/, resume updating, continued major portfolio, preparation, introduction to professional, mathematics organizations/publications/PUC, Library resources, and identifying topics of, interest for further study in senior seminar.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-425-01COMPLEX ANALYSIS04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 229LEC150 4.0Stefan Sremac The elements of the theory of analytic functions, including Cauchy's theorem, calculus of residues,, conformality, and applications.
22/SPOpenMPMATH-490-01SENIOR SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22TH09:00AM-09:50AMCSH 109SEM150 1.0Chantel Blackburn Continued preparation of students for successful, pursuit of opportunities in mathematics related, fields of work and study. Includes mathematics, problem solving in a variety of topics and, contexts,, continued major portfolio preparation, and an, in-depth study of a topic of interest in a field, related to mathematics.
22/SPOpenBUMGMT-228-01PRIN OF INFO SYSTEMS04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF11:00AM-11:50AMIH 302LEC300 4.0David Bell Concepts of design, implementation, control,, evaluation, and strategic use of modern,, computer-based information systems for, business data processing, office automation,, information reporting, and decision making., Major emphasis on the managerial and, strategic aspects of information technology.
22/SPOpenBUMGMT-334-01ENTREPRENEURSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22MWF01:00PM-01:50PMIH 301LEC300 3.0Staff A survey of what it takes to start and operate a, business. Legal, managerial, accounting, marketing, and financial aspects of getting a business up and, running. Development of a business plan for, startup.
22/SPOpenBUMGMT-361-01MANAGEMENT04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF12:00PM-12:50PMIH 323LEC280 4.0Staff The basic concepts and theory of management with, particular emphasis on planning, organizing,, leading, and controlling.
22/SPOpenBUMGMT-466-01BUSINESS & SOCIETY04/04/22-06/16/22TH03:30PM-06:00PMIH 301LEC300 3.0Staff The environmental setting of business and its, interdependence with other elements of the social, order. An assessment of business involvement in, urban, community, consumer, and environmental, affairs.
22/SPOpenBUMGMT-491-01STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT04/04/22-06/16/22M03:30PM-06:00PMDH 205LEC600 3.0Keith Neergaard A capstone course integrating various functional, areas of business and applying this knowledge to a, study of business and institutional problems, primarily through the case method. Should be taken, during the senior year.
22/SPOpenBIMICR-134-01GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF01:00PM-01:50PMCH 317LEC700 5.0Backil SungV.BAn introduction to microorganisms- the bacteria,, viruses, and fungi; the usefulness of, microorganisms in nature and manufacturing;, pathogenesis and immunity. Consideration of each, major infectious disease with respect to its, causative agent, characteristics, diagnosis,, transmission, and prevention. Four lectures and, one laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenBIMICR-134L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-05:00PMCH 218LAB350 0.0Backil Sung  
22/SPOpenBIMICR-134L-02LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T06:00PM-09:00PMCH 218LAB350 0.0Backil Sung  
22/SPOpenBUMKTG-351-01MARKETING04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMCH 317LEC450 4.0Keith Neergaard Marketing institutions and marketing decisions in, relationship to the achievement of institutional, goals. Management issues relating to product,, price, promotion, and distribution; effects of, marketing decisions on the environment and of the, environment on marketing decisions.
22/SPOpenBUMKTG-372-01RETAILING MANAGEMENT04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:15PMIH 302LEC300 3.0Staff The structure and environment in which retailing, management occurs. Areas of special emphasis, include operation of stores, merchandise, decisions, layout, pricing, and promotion, decisions.
22/SPOpenBUMKTG-377-01SALES MANAGEMENT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC300 3.0Staff The role of the sales manager in planning,, organizing, developing, directing, controlling,, and evaluating the sales force. Personal selling, is also emphasized.
22/SPOpenMUMUED-253-01SINGER'S DICTION III04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRPH 205LEC100 1.0E Wilkes/R St. Clair First course in a sequence. Correct pronunciation, of text in other languages (Latin, English,, German, Italian and French), based on the, International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). Builds good, habits of tone, based on vowel placement and, consonant articulation. Required of voice majors.
22/SPOpenMUMUED-489-01SENIOR PROJECT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPROJ100 1.0Asher Raboy Special project for B.S. majors and, in lieu of, MUSP 489, for B.Mus. education emphasis majors in, unusual circumstances. By permission of the music, faculty and in consultation with the advisor and, the department chair.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-154-1VOX PRO MUSICA04/04/22-06/16/22MW08:00PM-09:15PMPH 132ENS200 1.0E von Pohle/R St. ClairVII.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.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-155-1SYMPHON WIND ENSEMBLE04/04/22-06/16/22MWF12:00PM-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.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-156-1ORCHESTRA04/04/22-06/16/22TTH08:00PM-09:15PMPH 144ENS350 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-161-1CHORALE04/04/22-06/16/22TTH12:00PM-12:50PMPH 132ENS600 1.0E von Pohle/R St. ClairVII.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.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-170-1GUITAR ENSEMBLE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRPH 136ENS100 1.0J Mendle/R St. ClairVII.DLiterature for classical guitars in duets, trios,, quartets, and larger ensembles. May apply to half, of the major ensemble requirements for guitar, majors. By audition.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-184-1STRING QUARTET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRPH ARRENS60 1.0Rachelle DavisVII.DNormally limited to members of the Orchestra. By, audition.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-186-1HANDBELL CHOIR04/04/22-06/16/22MW06:00PM-06:50PMPH 108ENS200 1.0A Helmer/R St. ClairVII.DHandbell Choir is open to any student with music, reading skills. Diverse literature for traditional, bells, chimes, and other similar instruments.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-354-1VOX PRO MUSICA04/04/22-06/16/22MW08:00PM-09:15PMPH 132ENS200 1.0E von Pohle/R St. ClairVII.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.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-355-1SYMPHON WIND ENSEMBLE04/04/22-06/16/22MWF12:00PM-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.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-356-1ORCHESTRA04/04/22-06/16/22TTH08:00PM-09:15PMPH 144ENS200 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-361-1CHORALE04/04/22-06/16/22TTH12:00PM-12:50PMPH 132ENS600 1.0E von Pohle/R St. ClairVII.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.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-384-1STRING QUARTET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRENS60 1.0Rachelle DavisVII.DNormally limited to members of the Orchestra. By, audition.
22/SPOpenMUMUEN-386-1HANDBELL CHOIR04/04/22-06/16/22MW06:00PM-06:50PMPH 108ENS200 1.0A Helmer/R St. ClairVII.DRings level three music and above. Available by, audition to students with previous ringing, experience. Performs both on and off campus.
22/SPOpenMUMUHL-101-01COLLEGIUM IN MUSIC04/04/22-06/16/22TH10:00AM-10:50AMPH 132LEC500 0.3Asher Raboy 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUHL-105-01SURVEY OF MUSIC04/04/22-06/16/22MWF11:00AM-11:50AMPH 132LEC500 3.0Asher RaboyIV.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.
22/SPOpenMUMUHL-205-01LISTENING W/ UNDERSTANDING04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMPH 132LEC250 3.0Rachelle DavisIV.CFosters the development of listening skills that, lead to an understanding of Western music., Students are introduced to how music is put, together and how to listen to a variety of, periods and styles with understanding. Designed, for music students and the general student with, some knowledge of music. Presented by recordings,, visual aids, discussion, and lectures.
22/SPOpenMUMUHL-206-01MUSC IN CHRIST WORSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:15PMPH 132LEC200 3.0E von Pohle/R St. ClairIV.CHistory and practice of the use of music in, worship services. Emphasis on both liturgical and, nonliturgical forms of worship.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-121-01PIANO CLASS BEG04/04/22-06/16/22T01:00PM-01:50PMPH 202GLES120 1.0D Cefalo/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-123-01VOICE CLASS BEG04/04/22-06/16/22TH06:00PM-06:50PMPH 201GLES100 1.0E von Pohle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-124-01GUITAR CLASS BEG04/04/22-06/16/22TH06:00PM-06:50PMPH 132GLES100 1.0J Mendle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-01MUSIC LESS:GNRL/VIOLIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-06MUSIC LESS:GNRL/PIANO04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0D Cefalo/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-07MUSIC LESS:GNRL/CELLO04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Judiyaba/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-08MUSIC LESS:GNRL/GUITAR04/04/22-06/16/22WARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Mendle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-09MUSIC LESS:GNRL/TROMBONE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-11Music Less:gnrl/Trumpet04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-12MUSIC LESS:GNRL/TUBA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-17MUSIC LESS:GNRL/VOICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-20MUSIC LESS:GNRL/VIOLIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-162-26MUSIC LESS:GNRL/VIOLA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-01PERF ST:MAJ/VIOLIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Rachelle 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-02PERF ST:MAJ/VIOLA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Rachelle 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-06PERF ST:MAJ/PIANO04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0D Cefalo/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-07PERF ST:MAJ/CELLO04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Judiyaba/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-08PERF ST:MAJ/GUITAR04/04/22-06/16/22WARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Mendle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-09PERF ST:MAJ/TROMBONE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-11PERF ST:MAJ/TRUMPET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-12PERF ST:MAJ/TUBA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-13PERF ST:MAJ/CLARINET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Staff/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-14PERF ST:MAJ/OBOE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLES100 1.0-2.0S Halbe/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-17PERF ST:MAJ/VOICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0E 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-163-23PERF ST:MAJ/FLUTE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Staff/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-289-01ASSOC DEGREE RECITAL04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0Rachelle Davis Required of associate degree music majors, the, final quarter of lessons culminates in this, recital. Minimum of 15 minutes.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-321-01PIANO CLASS ADV04/04/22-06/16/22T05:00PM-05:50PMPH 202GLES120 1.0D Cefalo/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-323-01VOICE CLASS ADV04/04/22-06/16/22T06:00PM-06:50PMPH 201GLES100 1.0E von Pohle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-324-01GUITAR CLASS ADV04/04/22-06/16/22TH06:00PM-06:50PMPH 132GLES100 1.0J Mendle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-362-01MUSIC LESS:GNRL/VIOLIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-362-02MUSIC LESS:GNRL/VIOLA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-362-03MUSIC LESS:GNRL/VOICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0E von Pohle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-362-08MUSIC LESS:GNRL/GUITAR04/04/22-06/16/22WARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Mendle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-362-09MUSIC LESS:GNRL/TROMBONE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-362-11MUSIC LESS:GNRL/TRUMPET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-362-12MUSIC LESS:GNRL/TUBA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-362-17MUSIC LESS:GNRL/VOICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-01PERF ST:MAJ/VIOLIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Rachelle 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-02PERF ST:MAJ/VIOLA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Rachelle 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-03PERF ST:MAJ/VOICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0E von Pohle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-06PERF ST:MAJ/PIANO04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0D Cefalo/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-08PERF ST:MAJ/GUITAR04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Mendle/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-09PERF ST:MAJ/TROMBONE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-11PERF ST:MAJ/TRUMPET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-12PERF ST:MAJ/TUBA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0J Milholland/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-13PERF ST:MAJ/CLARINET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0Staff/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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-363-17PERF ST:MAJ/VOICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0-2.0E 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.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-01SEC INST:VIOLIN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0Rachelle Davis Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-02SEC INST:VIOLA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0Rachelle Davis Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-08SEC INST:GUITAR04/04/22-06/16/22WARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0J Mendle/R St. Clair Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-09SEC INST:TROMBONE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0J Milholland/R St. Clair Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-11SEC INST:TRUMPET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0J Milholland/R St. Clair Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-12SEC INST:TUBA04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0J Milholland/R St. Clair Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-13SEC INST:CLARINET04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0Staff/R St. Clair Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-17SEC INST:VOICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0E Wilkes/R St. Clair Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-386-23SEC INST:FLUTE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRGOTO PH102LES100 1.0Staff/R St. Clair Private lessons for Bachelor of Music majors in, secondary areas. Limited to one area and one hour, credit per quarter. Selected in consultation with, the major advisor. Does not apply to lessons, taken, to fulfill instrumental methods or piano, proficiency requirements. Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-391-01JR SEMINAR IN MUSIC04/04/22-06/16/22W04:00PM-04:50PMPH 201LEC50 1.0Asher Raboy Preparation for senior recital and life after, graduation. Includes programming discussions,, how to write program notes, job opportunities and, how to find them, graduate schools and graduate, school applications.
22/SPOpenMUMUSP-489-01SENIOR RECITAL04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRPH 101LES50 1.0Rachelle Davis Required of music-education emphasis and B.S., music majors, the final quarter of lessons, culminates in this recital. (See MUED 489 for, exception.) Minimum of 30 minutes.
22/SPOpenMUMUTH-432-01COMPOSITION04/04/22-06/16/22T01:00PM-01:50PMPH 145LEC50 1.0Asher Raboy Composing the smaller forms of music for a variety, of vocal and instrumental combinations. Repeatable, for credit.
22/SPOpenMUMUTH-442-01ADV COMPOSITION04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRPH 145LEC50 1.0-3.0Asher Raboy Advanced studies in composing music for a variety, of vocal and instrumental combinations., Repeatable for credit.
22/SPOpenNUNURS-110-01INTRO TO NURSING04/04/22-06/16/22T06:00PM-07:40PMCSH LH2LEC500 2.0Sandra Ringer 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.
22/SPOpenNUNURS-121-01NURSING I04/04/22-06/16/22TTH08:00AM-09:50AMDH 212LEC300 6.0Jenna Park 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)
22/SPOpenNUNURS-121L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 0.0S Choi/J Park  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-124-01NURSING II04/04/22-06/16/22MW08:00AM-09:15AMDH 212LEC300 6.0Staff 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-124L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 0.0S Choi/J Park  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-125-01NURSING III04/04/22-06/16/22MW09:30AM-10:45AMDH 212LEC300 6.0Sandra Ringer 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-125L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 0.0S Ringer/H Gutierrez/J Velez  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-212-01PHARMACOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRON LINELEC300 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-221-01NURSING IV04/04/22-06/16/22TH01:00PM-04:00PMDH 212LEC300 6.0Helene Linzau 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-221L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 0.0Helene Linzau  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-222-01NURSING V04/04/22-06/16/22T09:00AM-11:50AMCSH 233LEC300 6.0Iris Baker 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-222L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 0.0I Baker/C Carlson  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-235-01HEALTH ASSESSMENT04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-05:00PMDH 110LEC300 4.0M Bain/D Wallace 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-254-01MENTAL HEALTH NURSING04/04/22-06/16/22T01:00PM-03:50PMCSH 233LEC300 6.0Morningdove Bain 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-254L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 0.0L Bain/J Youngdale  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-255-01PEDIATRIC NURSING04/04/22-06/16/22T09:00AM-11:30AMCSH 327LEC300 5.0Julianna Boydston Reinforces and applies concepts previously learned, to the pediatric setting and introduces students, to individual concepts (development, child health, and wellness, family) and professional concepts, unique to the setting of pediatric 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 two, clinical units (60 clock hours).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-255-02PEDIATRIC NURSING04/04/22-06/16/22W09:00AM-11:30AMDH 206LEC300 5.0Julianna Boydston Reinforces and applies concepts previously learned, to the pediatric setting and introduces students, to individual concepts (development, child health, and wellness, family) and professional concepts, unique to the setting of pediatric 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 two, clinical units (60 clock hours).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-255-03PEDIATRIC NURSING04/04/22-06/16/22W01:00PM-03:30PMDH 212LEC300 5.0Julianna Boydston Reinforces and applies concepts previously learned, to the pediatric setting and introduces students, to individual concepts (development, child health, and wellness, family) and professional concepts, unique to the setting of pediatric 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 two, clinical units (60 clock hours).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-255L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB750 0.0J Boydston/ Staff  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-256-01MATERNAL/NEWBORN NURS04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-04:50PMCSH 233LEC300 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-256L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 0.0H Saravanakumar/M Aquino/D Vicencio  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-325-01NURSING VI04/04/22-06/16/22M01:00PM-04:00PMCSH 233LEC300 9.0Susan Bussell 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).
22/SPOpenNUNURS-325L-01CLINICAL LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 0.0J Joiner/J Boydston/L Parson/S Bussell  
22/SPOpenNUNURS-326-01MGMT & PROF PRACTICE04/04/22-06/16/22T01:00PM-04:00PMDH 212LEC300 3.0Julianna Boydston 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., , Three theory units (30 clock hours). ,
22/SPOpenNUNURS-335-WEBADV HEALTH ASSESSMENT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRWEB WEBLE/LA300 4.0Laurie Parson Reinforces and builds upon the concept of, assessment focusing on further application and, integration of skills of taking a full health, history, collecting assessment data, and, distinguishing normal from abnormal findings., Advanced assessment techniques are introduced and, skills developed. 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)., , Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program.,
22/SPOpenNUNURS-389-WEBSPECIAL TOPICS:04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRWEB WEBLEC300 3.0-5.0Laurie Parson Exploration of special topics with implications, for nurses in various professional roles., Repeatable for credit under different subtitles., Subtitles include Informatics, Complementary and, Alternative Medicine, and Nursing Role, Specialization Practicum. Students achieve student, learning outcomes by integrating knowledge,, skills, and attitudes in real and/or virtual, classroom settings., , Three or four theory units (30-40 clock hours) for, each subtitle, with the following exception:, Specialization Practicum includes individualized, practical experience in various settings for three, to five clinical units (80 clock hours/unit)., Current California RN license required for, practicum., , Enrollment limited to students in the BSN program., , ,
22/SPOpenNUNURS-390-WEBPATHOPHYSIOLOGY04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRON LINELEC300 4.0Susan Bussell 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). ,
22/SPOpenNUNURS-419-ANNRS ISS:PROFESSIONAL04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRDH 212LEC300 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.,
22/SPOpenNUNURS-421-WEBNURSING ISSUES:04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRWEB WEBLEC300 3.0-4.0E Balk-Dick/T 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.
22/SPOpenNUNURS-460-WEBHEALTH CARE EDUCATION04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRON LINELEC300 4.0Staff 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.
22/SPOpenNUNURS-461-ANHEALTH CARE MGMT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRDH 212LEC300 4.0Staff Expands on professional concepts relevant to the, role of nurse as manager. Includes an overview of, theories of leadership and management and an, emphasis on strategies to implement initiatives, that improve safety and quality in various, healthcare settings. 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.
22/SPOpenNUNURS-462-ANHLTH CARE MGMT/ED PRAC04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB300 3.0T Tirado/L Parson/E Balk-Dick Provides for the application of health care, education and management concepts. Students, achieve student learning outcomes by integrating, knowledge, skills, and attitudes in various health, care settings., , Three clinical units (90 clock hours)., , Current California RN license required.
22/SPOpenNUNURS-485-ANINTRO TO RESEARCH04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRDH 212LEC300 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.
22/SPOpenNUNURS-490-ANBSN CAPSTONE I04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC300 1.0Tamara Tirado 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.
22/SPOpenNUNURS-491-ANBSN CAPSTONE II04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC450 1.0Tamara Tirado 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.
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-105-01INTRO TO PHYSICS04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTHF01:00PM-01:50PMCSH LH2LEC960 5.0James RobertsonV.AEmphasizes the ideas and concepts of conventional, topics in physics with illustrations from everyday, living. Assumes no previous physics course., Students who need this course to meet a curricular, requirement may also need to register for PHYS, 106L., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Physics Department.
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-106L-01INTRO TO PHYSICS LAB04/04/22-06/16/22W02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 231LAB180 1.0James RobertsonV.AA laboratory emphasizing physical measurements for, those curricula requiring an introductory physics, course with laboratory. One laboratory per week., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Physics Department.
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-113-01GENERAL PHYSICS III04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCSH LH2LEC320 4.0James Robertson Third course in a sequence introducing the, fundamental natural phenomena of the physical, universe, with an emphasis on fundamental, principles and methods of physics. Includes, optics, atomic and nuclear physics, elementary, particle physics, and special relativity. 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.
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-113L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22M02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 244LAB160 0.0James Robertson  
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-113L-02LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 244LAB160 0.0James Robertson  
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-265-01CALCULUS APP FOR PHYSICS04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCSH 238GLEC100 4.0James Robertson Applications of fundamental physical principles, such as thermodynamics, solid state physics, and, modern optics to selected technological and/or, practical uses. Topics include atomic transport, processes in condensed phases, solid state physics, in semiconductor, and modern optics. Three, lectures and one laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-265L-1LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TH02:00PM-05:00PMCSH 244LAB200 0.0James Robertson  
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-322-01MEDICAL PHYSICS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH06:00PM-07:15PMCSH 115LEC100 3.0Vola Andrianarijaona A continuation of PHYS 321. Includes the physical, principles of radiology, diagnostic imaging, and, nuclear medicine.
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-380-01RESEARCH IN PHYSICS04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH50 1.0James Robertson This class is for properly qualified students who, are undertaking directed research problems suited, to their background and experience. Prerequisites:, PHYS 280 or BIOL 222 or instructor permission.
22/SPOpenMPPHYS-499-01INDEPENDENT RESEARCH04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH50 1.0-3.0Vola Andrianarijaona Properly qualified students majoring in physics, may, with the approval of the department chair,, undertake a directed research problem suited to, their background and experience. Repeatable to a, maximum of 9 credits.
22/SPOpenHIPLSC-328-01CRITICAL WORLD ISSUES04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMIH 203LEC250 3.0Howard MunsonIII.CAn important issue is selected by the instructor,, discussed in class, and studied as a research, topic. May include one or more of the following:, the elements of national power, the dynamics of, state conflict, national traits and policy, patterns, the role of ideologies or moral, considerations in the decision-making process, and, the relationship between a society's world view, and the realities of policy-making. Repeatable for, credit under different topics.
22/SPOpenHIPLSC-494-01INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRINT100 1.0-3.0Howard Munson Supervised work experience in a political, science-related environment. Integration of, academic study with workplace experience,, including application of theoretical and, methodological knowledge to real-world situations., Enrollment limited to department majors. Advanced, approval of the department is required. May not be, taken before the end of the sophomore year.
22/SPOpenCWLPREL-231-01INTRO TO PUBLIC RELATIONS04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMON LINELEC280 3.0Lynne Thew Fundamental values and procedures of the, public-relations profession. Research techniques,, public relations management, writing, and media, relations.
22/SPOpenCWLPREL-232-01CRISIS COMMUNICATION04/04/22-06/16/22TTH03:30PM-04:45PMIH 204LEC280 3.0L Pena/T Hargrove Applications of public relations to specific, publics including employees, multicultural, communities, consumers, and government., Management, of public relations in crises.
22/SPOpenCWLPREL-494-01MKTG COMM INTERNSHIP04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRIH 327INT50 3.0Lynne Thew 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.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-126-01ASSERTIVE BEHAVIOR04/04/22-06/16/22M06:00PM-07:50PMDH 108LEC200 2.0M Pita/M MilmineVII.AEmphasis on developing basic skills and confidence, in clarifying one's desires or needs and, communicating them to others in socially, acceptable and effective ways. Learning through, role playing, discussion, and setting personal, goals.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-126-WEBASSERTIVE BEHAVIOR04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC200 2.0M Pita/M MilmineVII.AEmphasis on developing basic skills and confidence, in clarifying one's desires or needs and, communicating them to others in socially, acceptable and effective ways. Learning through, role playing, discussion, and setting personal, goals.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-234-01HUMAN DEVELOPMENT04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF12:00PM-12:50PMDH 206LEC750 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.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-260-01DEATH & DYING04/04/22-06/16/22MW05:10PM-07:00PMDH 107LEC200 4.0Michael Milmine 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.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-368-01PRIN OF COUNSELING04/04/22-06/16/22TTH06:00PM-07:50PMDH 107LEC260 4.0J.S. Jefferson A prepractice introduction to the work, ethical, issues, and theories of counseling. Emphasis on, establishing a beginning personal philosophy of, counseling.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-390-01GENDER ISSUES04/04/22-06/16/22TTH06:00PM-07:15PMDH 108LEC230 3.0StaffIII.BHistorical, biological, sociological, cultural,, and psychological impacts on gender issues, both, male and female. Significant emphasis on the, effects on the individual, family, workplace,, community, and society. Breaking stereotypes and, barriers.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-394-01COLLOQUIUM04/04/22-06/16/22TH04:00PM-05:30PMDH 205COLL600 0.2Staff 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.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-398-01PSYC GRAD SCHOOL APP SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22T09:00AM-09:50AMDH 107LEC260 1.0Michael Milmine Introduction to the basic skills needed for, successful application to graduate programs in, psychology. Topics include letters of, recommendation, personal statements, interviews,, the GRE exams, and best practices in the, application process. Intended for junior, psychology majors.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-399-01RESEARCH SEMINAR04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRRSRCH50 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.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-445-01LEARNING & MEMORY04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMDH 107LEC260 4.0Michael Milmine Comparison and integration of basic research in, animal learning and human memory and cognition., Emphasis on the relative roles of mechanistic and, mentalistic variables and on the plausibility of, universal laws of learning. Three lectures and one, laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-445L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22T02:00PM-05:00PMDH 107LAB260 0.0Michael Milmine  
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-481-01FLD WRK IN PSYC SEM04/04/22-06/16/22TH01:00PM-01:50PMDH 107SEM100 1.0J.S. Jefferson A weekly seminar focusing on ethical and, professional issues in psychology; case, presentations.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-490-01ISS-REL/ETHICS/HUM SCI04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:50PMDH 105LEC300 4.0L Wibberding/T Ussery Exploration of tensions in belief, conduct, and, identity that arise from being both a Christian, and a person changed through contact with the, human sciences. Special attention to issues for, Christians entering professions in psychology and, social work.
22/SPOpenPSPSYC-491-01FIELD WORK IN PSYC04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRPRAC100 1.0-2.0J.S. Jefferson Placement in a local human service agency (for 3-6, clock hours per week). Repeatable to a maximum of, 3 credits.
22/SPOpenTHRELB-225-C1THE BOOKS OF MOSES04/04/22-06/16/22MWF09:00AM-09:50AMCHU 1LEC300 3.0L Sheldon/R WinkleII.CLiterature, history, and theology of the first, five books of the Old Testament.
22/SPOpenTHRELB-235-C1PROPHETS OF ISRAEL04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCHU 1LEC400 3.0L Sheldon/R WinkleII.CThe origin and nature of the prophetic movement, followed by an examination of the message of the, Old Testament prophetic books.
22/SPOpenTHRELB-342-C1BIBLICAL BOOKS: ACTS04/04/22-06/16/22MWF11:00AM-11:50AMCHU 13LEC200 3.0Ross WinkleII.CStudy of a book of the Old or New Testament, such, as:, Genesis, Psalms, Isaiah, Ezekiel, Luke, John, Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
22/SPOpenTHRELB-371-D1STUDIES IN REVELATION04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCHU 13LEC250 3.0Ross WinkleII.DThe book of Revelation, with focused study on its, prophetic messages.
22/SPOpenTHRELG-125-B1THRIVE04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMCHU 2LEC300 3.0Katrina BlueII.BIntroduction to PUC's institutional core values, (WISDOM), biblical view of humans, eco-theology, and spirituality. Includes the relationship, between revelation and nature, human identity,, and the practice of holistic Christian living, from a Seventh-day Adventist perspective.
22/SPOpenTHRELH-120-D1INTRO TO ADVENTISM04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:15PMCHU 13LEC300 3.0James WibberdingII.DBasic 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.
22/SPOpenTHRELH-235-WEBLIFE & MINIST/EG WHITE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC300 3.0Katrina BlueII.DAn introduction to the life and ministry of Ellen, White, including an overview of her writings, the, biblical teaching on the gift of prophecy, and, contemporary issues relating to Ellen White.
22/SPOpenTHRELH-350-D1TOPICS ADV HIST: ADV IN CALIF04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMIH 207LEC200 3.0L Wibberding/R WinkleII.DAn in-depth study of the historical and, theological dimensions of a particular topic in, Seventh-day Adventist history. Repeatable for, credit under different subtitles.
22/SPOpenTHRELH-360-01ADVENTIST HERITAGE04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:50PMIH 215LEC250 4.0Eric AndersonII.DAn 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.
22/SPOpenTHRELL-296-01DGS: MIDDLE EGYPTIAN04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRREL SEMLEC200 3.0James Wibberding  
22/SPOpenTHRELL-303-01BIBLICAL HEBREW III04/04/22-06/16/22MWF08:00AM-08:50AMREL SEMLEC100 3.0James Wibberding Third course in a sequence. Grammar,, vocabulary, syntax, and translation of Biblical, Hebrew.
22/SPOpenTHRELP-111-E1NEXT GEN CHR SERVICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB200 1.0James WibberdingII.EPractical ministry experience in a local church,, under the guidance of active ministry leaders.
22/SPOpenTHRELP-140-MAJMINISTRY PRAXIS I04/04/22-06/16/22T09:00AM-09:50AMREL SEMLAB100 1.0James Wibberding Practical ministry experience in a local church,, under the guidance of active ministry leaders., Enrollment limited to Theology majors.
22/SPOpenTHRELP-240-MAJMINISTRY PRAXIS II04/04/22-06/16/22T09:00AM-09:50AMREL SEMLAB100 1.0James Wibberding Practical ministry experience in a local church,, under the guidance of active ministry leaders., Enrollment limited to Theology majors.
22/SPOpenTHRELP-300-E1CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY04/04/22-06/16/22MW11:00AM-11:50AMCHU 1LEC200 3.0Katrina BlueII.EA 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.
22/SPOpenTHRELP-311-E1NEXT GEN CHR SERVICE04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC200 1.0James WibberdingII.E 
22/SPOpenTHRELP-319-E1CHURCH MISSIONS04/04/22-06/16/22MW06:00PM-07:15PMCHU 1LEC200 3.0F Maia/R WinkleII.EA survey of contemporary mission theology and, methodology, emphasizing personal motivation and, preparation, comparative religions, cultural, awareness, and interpersonal skills. Prerequisite, to student missionary appointment. Enrollment, limited to student missionary appointees;, exceptions only by approval of the instructor.
22/SPOpenTHRELP-340-MAJMINISTRY PRAXIS III04/04/22-06/16/22T09:00AM-09:50AMREL SEMLAB150 1.0James Wibberding Practical ministry experience in a local church,, under the guidance of active ministry leaders., Enrollment limited to Theology majors.
22/SPOpenTHRELP-346-ANSPIRITUAL CARE PATIENT04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRDH 212LEC250 3.0Staff/T Tirado/R WinkleII.ENOTE: THIS COURSE IS ONLY FOR B.S.N. NURSING, STUDENTS. Development of knowledge and skills for, meeting spiritual needs that arise in patient, care. Includes a survey of religious backgrounds, to inform the caring ministry of the health-care, professional.
22/SPOpenTHRELT-205-C1CHRISTIAN BELIEFS04/04/22-06/16/22MWF12:00PM-12:50PMCSH 235LEC300 3.0Young-Chun KimII.CIntroduction to key Christian beliefs, including, the Godhead, inspiration and revelation by God,, human nature, salvation, and the role of the, Christian church.
22/SPOpenTHRELT-220-D1SDA BELIEFS04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:15PMCSH 229LEC240 3.0Young-Chun KimII.DIntroduction to the distinctive beliefs of the, Seventh-day Adventist faith, including the Bible's, teachings on the seventh-day Sabbath, second, coming of Jesus, Great Controversy theme, holism,, sanctuary and forgiveness, church identity,, lifestyle, and last day events.
22/SPOpenTHRELT-333-MAJSYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY III04/04/22-06/16/22MWF11:00AM-11:50AMREL SEMLEC100 3.0Young-Chun Kim Third 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.
22/SPOpenTHRELT-350-E1TOPICS: CHRISTIAN & THE MEDIA04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:15PMFH 205LEC200 3.0Katrina BlueII.EAn 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.,
22/SPOpenTHRELT-390-E1CHRISTIAN BIOETHICS04/04/22-06/16/22MW06:00PM-07:15PMIH 204LEC200 3.0Young-Chun KimII.EContemporary ethical issues in the biomedical, sciences from the perspective of Christian ethics., Topics include abortion, euthanasia, eugenics,, reproductive technologies, and human, experimentation.
22/SPOpenPSSOCI-232-01AMER SOCIAL PROBLEMS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMDH 205LEC300 4.0StaffIII.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.
22/SPOpenPSSOCI-355-01CULTURAL DIVERSITY04/04/22-06/16/22T05:00PM-07:50PMDH 205LEC800 3.0StaffIII.BHistory of ethnic groups in the United States., Ethnic groups studied include African Americans,, Jewish Americans, American Indians, Asian, Americans, Latin Americans, and European, Americans. The nature of prejudice and, discrimination, especially as evidenced in, contemporary American racial problems; possible, solutions of group conflict.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-121-01INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:15PMDH 107LEC260 3.0Staff Introduction to the profession of social work and, social interventions. Fields of practice, practice, methods, and the knowledge, values, ethics, and, skills of the profession. Focus on social work and, populations-at-risk and issues of human diversity., Open to all students interested in the profession, of social work and social interventions.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-126-01ASSERTIVE BEHAVIOR04/04/22-06/16/22M06:00PM-07:50PMDH 108LEC200 2.0M Pita/M MilmineVII.AEmphasis on developing basic skills and confidence, in clarifying one's desires or needs and, communicating them to others in socially, acceptable and effective ways. Learning through, role playing, discussion, and setting personal, goals.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-126-WEBASSERTIVE BEHAVIOR04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLEC200 2.0M Pita/M MilmineVII.AEmphasis on developing basic skills and confidence, in clarifying one's desires or needs and, communicating them to others in socially, acceptable and effective ways. Learning through, role playing, discussion, and setting personal, goals.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-232-01AMER SOCIAL PROBLEMS04/04/22-06/16/22TTH02:00PM-03:40PMDH 205LEC300 4.0Staff 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.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-260-01DEATH & DYING04/04/22-06/16/22MW05:10PM-07:00PMDH 107LEC200 4.0Michael Milmine 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.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-368-01PRIN OF COUNSELING04/04/22-06/16/22TTH06:00PM-07:50PMDH 107LEC260 4.0J.S. Jefferson A prepractice introduction to the work, ethical, issues, and theories of counseling. Emphasis on, establishing a beginning personal philosophy of, counseling.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-382-01PRACTICE THEORY I04/04/22-06/16/22MWF10:00AM-10:50AMDH 108LEC230 4.0Damaris Perez Emphasis on the generalist model of practice with, focus on work with individuals. The micro level of, intervention as it relates to client engagement,, problem assessment, data collection, goals,, strategies, action, and evaluation to help the, client or client system resolve problems. Three, lectures and one laboratory per week.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-382L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22TH01:00PM-04:00PMDH 108LAB150 0.0Damaris Perez  
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-390-01GENDER ISSUES04/04/22-06/16/22TTH06:00PM-07:15PMDH 108LEC230 3.0Staff Historical, biological, sociological, cultural,, and psychological impacts on gender issues, both, male and female. Significant emphasis on the, effects on the individual, family, workplace,, community, and society. Breaking stereotypes and, barriers.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-394-01COLLOQUIUM04/04/22-06/16/22TH04:00PM-05:30PMDH 205COLL250 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.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-468-01SOC WELFARE POL & ISS04/04/22-06/16/22MW11:00AM-11:50AMDH 108LEC200 3.0Tuwan Ussery 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.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-468L-01LAB04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRLAB150 0.0Tuwan Ussery  
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-478-01FIELD EXPERIENCE III04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRARRFLD200 5.0Tuwan Ussery A placement of 150 clock hours in an approved, social service agency with emphasis on integration, and active use of content from all areas of the, curriculum.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-488-01INTEG FLD SEMINAR III04/04/22-06/16/22M12:00PM-12:50PMDH 106SEM120 1.0Tuwan Ussery A seminar designed to provide opportunity for, practicum students to exchange learning from their, field settings. Emphasis on continued integration, of theory and practice issues, with particular, emphasis on team consultation skills.
22/SPOpenPSSOWK-490-01ISS-REL/ETHICS/HUM SCI04/04/22-06/16/22MW02:00PM-03:50PMDH 105LEC300 4.0L Wibberding/T Ussery Exploration of tensions in belief, conduct, and, identity that arise from being both a Christian, and a person changed through contact with the, human sciences. Special attention to issues for, Christians entering professions in psychology and, social work.
22/SPOpenCWLSPAN-105-01SPANISH/HLTH CARE (L&C)04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMIH 201LEC250 4.0Sylvia Rasi GregoruttiIV.DConversational Spanish for health care, 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.
22/SPOpenCWLSPAN-113-01BEG SPANISH III04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH09:00AM-09:50AMIH 201LEC250 4.0Smirna Garcia-RamirezVIIIAThird course in a sequence. Designed to develop, speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills, in the language studied. Basic grammar and, vocabulary presented through a, proficiency-oriented approach emphasizing the, practical use of the language. Includes an, introduction to selected elements of the cultures, in countries where the language is used. This, sequence is not for students who have had two or, more years of secondary school coursework in the, language., , This course is not applicable to a major or minor, in the Modern Languages Department.
22/SPOpenCWLSPAN-153-01INTERM SPANISH III04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH11:00AM-11:50AMIH 302LEC250 4.0Smirna Garcia-Ramirez Designed 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.
22/SPOpenCWLSPAN-480-01RDGS/ SPAN & LAT AM LIT04/04/22-06/16/22MTWTH01:00PM-01:50PMIH 215LEC250 4.0Smirna Garcia-Ramirez Textual analysis of representative Spanish and, Latin American works of narrative, poetry, and, drama. Tools and methodology of literary, analysis. Taught in Spanish.
22/SPOpenMPSTAT-222-01INTRO TO STATISTICS04/04/22-06/16/22MTWF10:00AM-10:50AMDH 205LEC600 4.0Chantel BlackburnI.DDescriptive statistics, graphical methods, basic, concepts of probability, binomial and normal, probability distributions, central limit theorem,, hypothesis testing involving means, 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.
22/SPOpenMPSTAT-222-PHINTRO TO STATISTICS04/04/22-06/16/22ARRARRACAD EMYLEC600 4.0Annmaree GipsonI.DDescriptive statistics, graphical methods, basic, concepts of probability, binomial and normal, probability distributions, central limit theorem,, hypothesis testing involving means, 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.