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Summer 2021

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21/SUOpenADGNRL-105-01YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM06/27/01-07/02/21MTWTHFARRARRLEC4020 1.0Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth  
21/SUOpenVAARTD-494-01INTERNSHIP06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRINT100 1.0-3.0Rajeev Sigamoney 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.
21/SUOpenVAARTF-494-01INTERNSHIP06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRINT100 1.0-3.0Rajeev Sigamoney An individualized contract agreement involving; selected students; faculty; and employers to; provide practical experience in fine art in a; professional setting. Approval of the department; chair required in advance. Thirty clock hours of; experience required for each hour of credit.; Repeatable for credit.
21/SUOpenVAARTP-494-01INTERNSHIP06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRINT100 1.0-3.0Rajeev Sigamoney An individualized contract agreement involving; selected students; faculty; and employers to; provide practical experience in photography 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.
21/SUOpenADAVIA-176-01PRIV FLIGHT TRAINING06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT151 2.0Jiwoo Yoon 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.
21/SUOpenADAVIA-177-01INTERM PRIV FLT TRAIN06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT152 2.0Chris Cho 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.
21/SUOpenADAVIA-178-01ADV PRIV FLT TRAIN06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRFLTC ARRFLT151 2.0Jiwoo Yoon 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.
21/SUOpenBIBIOL-101-01HUMAN ANATOMY06/14/21-07/02/21MTWTHF01:00PM-04:00PMCH 317LEC652 5.0Backil SungV.BHuman structure as the expression of basic; principles of morphology. Each functional system; considered in terms of its cell; tissue; and organ; types. Four lectures and one laboratory per week.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Biology Department.
21/SUOpenBIBIOL-101L-01LAB06/14/21-07/02/21MTWTH09:00AM-12:00PMCH 118LAB252 0.0Backil Sung  
21/SUOpenBIBIOL-412-01RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRRSRCH50 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.
21/SUOpenBIBIOL-412-02RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRRSRCH50 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.
21/SUOpenBIBIOL-412-03RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRRSRCH50 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.
21/SUOpenCHCHEM-101-01INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY06/14/21-07/02/21MTWTHF10:00AM-12:00PMARRLEC809 4.0Marie PakV.AAn elementary introduction to fundamental; principles of chemistry. Primarily for students; preparing to enter an allied health or related; field or to enroll in CHEM 102 and 111. Three; lectures and one laboratory per week.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Chemistry Department.
21/SUOpenCHCHEM-101L-01LAB06/14/21-07/02/21ARRARRARRLAB449 0.0Marie Pak  
21/SUClsdCHCHEM-495-01INDEPENDENT STUDY06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRIS11 3.0Kent Davis  
21/SUOpenCHCHEM-499-01INDEPENDENT RESEARCH06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRRSRCH21 1.0Kent 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.
21/SUOpenCWLCOMM-494-01COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRINT50 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.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-333-WEBEDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY06/14/21-07/24/21T09:00AM-12:00PMON LINEONL247 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.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-420-WB2WKSHP: GESSEL TRAIN 2-6 YEARS06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRON LINEWKSHP202 1.0Kathleen Jefferson Hands-on practical summer workshops for teachers; seeking certification renewal credit. Offered; under different subtitles on a rotating basis.; Past subtitles include the following:; Cooperative Learning; Kindergarten Workshop; Pathways Reading; Making & Using Portfolios; Reading & Writing Workshop; Robotics in the Classroom; Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-420-WB3WKSHP: GESSEL TRAIN 6-9 YEARS06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRON LINEWKSHP202 1.0Kathleen Jefferson Hands-on practical summer workshops for teachers; seeking certification renewal credit. Offered; under different subtitles on a rotating basis.; Past subtitles include the following:; Cooperative Learning; Kindergarten Workshop; Pathways Reading; Making & Using Portfolios; Reading & Writing Workshop; Robotics in the Classroom; Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-517-WEBCURRENT ISSUES/EDUCATN06/14/21-07/08/21M10:00AM-12:00PMON LINEONL155 3.0Jean Buller  
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-525L-WEBFIELD EXPERIENCE06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRONL1514 1.0Kathleen Jefferson  
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-533-WEBEDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY06/14/21-07/24/21T09:00AM-12:00PMON LINEONL247 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.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-550-WEBADV STUDY/EXCEP CHLD06/14/21-06/24/21ARRARRON LINEONL247 3.0L Aguilera/J Buller  
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-597-WEBACTION RESEARCH PROJ06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRPROJ151 1.0-5.0Jean Buller  
21/SUOpenVAFILM-494-01INTERNSHIP06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRINT54 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.
21/SUOpenNDHEBR-331#-01BIBLICAL HEBREW06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC01 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenNDHEBR-332#-01BIBLICAL HEBREW06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC01 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenNDHEBR-333#-01BIBLICAL HEBREW06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC01 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenHIHIST-101-WEBHIST OF WORLD CIV I06/14/21-07/09/21MTWTH09:00AM-11:10AMON LINEONL306 4.0Howard MunsonIII.AMajor characteristics and developments in world; civilizations based on primary and secondary; texts. Also integral: discussion of history's; place in the liberal arts and of the problems of; the historical method.
21/SUOpenCWLJOUR-494-01JOURNALISM INTERNSHIP06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRINT50 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.
21/SUOpenMUMUSP-363-06PERFORM STUDIES:MAJOR06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRON LINELES100 1.0-4.0Diana Cefalo 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.
21/SUOpenCWLPREL-494-01MKTG COMM INTERNSHIP06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRINT50 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.
21/SUOpenNDSPAN-101#-01BEGINNING SPANISH06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC02 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenNDSPAN-102#-01BEGINNING SPANISH06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC02 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenNDSPAN-103#-01BEGINNING SPANISH06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC02 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenNDSPAN-211#-01INTERMEDIATE SPANISH06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC102 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenNDSPAN-212#-01INTERMEDIATE SPANISH06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC102 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenNDSPAN-213#-01INTERMEDIATE SPANISH06/14/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRLEC102 3.0 PSEUD 
21/SUOpenADGNRL-104-01YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM06/20/21-06/25/21MTWTHFARRARRLEC4014 1.0Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth  
21/SUOpenBIBIOL-223-WEBMEDICAL TERMINOLOGY06/21/21-08/13/21ARRARRON LINELEC405 2.0John Duncan The terminology of science and medicine.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the Biology Department.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-410-WEBMORAL DIMENSN OF TCHNG & LRNG06/21/21-06/24/21ARRARRON LINEWKSHP2411 1.0-2.0Staff An in-depth study experience of Choice Theory and; its application to the classroom and school; setting. The writings of Scripture; Ellen White;; and William Glasser provide the theoretical; framework for class discussions and assignments.; Experimental in nature; with learning coming out; of the activities that are done during class.; Meets the SDA Philosophy of Education requirement; for the SDA teaching credential.
21/SUOpenENENGL-101-01COLLEGE ENGLISH I06/21/21-07/15/21MTWTH10:00AM-12:10PMON LINELEC249 4.0Linda GillI.AFirst in a two-course sequence that immerses; students in academic writing; reading; and; thinking practices. Through extensive; inquiry-based writing; students engage in; building the reflective awareness needed for; success in a wide range of academic experiences. ; Students write consistently; are introduced to; academic writing conventions; engage with; challenging readings; and begin putting others'; ideas in conversation with their own.; ; This course is not applicable to a major or minor; in the English Department.
21/SUOpenENENGL-301-01THEMES IN LIT: CLASS & GENDER06/21/21-07/15/21MTWTH01:00PM-03:10PMON LINELEC305 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.
21/SUOpenBIENVR-494-01INTERNSHIP06/21/21-08/13/21ARRARRARRINT50 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.
21/SUOpenHIHIST-360-01ADVENTIST HERITAGE06/21/21-07/16/21MWF09:00AM-12:00PMON LINELEC1211 4.0K Van Arsdale/H Munson 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.
21/SUOpenKIHLED-166-WEBHEALTH EDUCATION06/21/21-07/02/21ARRARRON LINELEC5010 2.0E Neudeck/R PaulsonVI.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.
21/SUOpenTHRELB-245-WEBENCOUNTERING JESUS06/21/21-08/13/21ARRARRON LINELEC4014 3.0James WibberdingII.CExploration of the pivotal role; identity and; teachings of Jesus in the salvation of humanity.
21/SUOpenTHRELH-360-01ADVENTIST HERITAGE06/21/21-07/16/21MWF09:00AM-12:00PMON LINELEC2511 4.0K Van Arsdale/H MunsonII.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.
21/SUOpenTHRELT-220-01SDA BELIEFS06/21/21-07/02/21MTWTHF01:00PM-04:00PMON LINELEC406 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.
21/SUOpenMPSTAT-222-01INTRO TO STATISTICS06/21/21-07/16/21MTWTHF10:00AM-11:50AMARRHYB609 4.0Stefan SremacI.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.
21/SUOpenEDECED-185-WEBCREATIVE DEVELOPMENT06/28/21-08/09/21ARRARRON LINEONL153 3.0Charaine Lucas Focus on the integration of creative activities; such as visual art; music; movement and dramatic; play. Includes a field experience with groups of; children to plan and implement relevant curriculum; activities. Explores the concept of creativity and; its importants in the field of early childhood; education.
21/SUOpenEDECED-226-WEBSPIRITUAL/MORAL DVPMNT06/28/21-08/09/21ARRARRON LINEONL152 3.0Charaine Lucas Understanding how the moral/spiritual development; is the domain in which children grow in their; ability to think and act according to their; understanding of what is right and wrong. Explores; children's development of moral understanding and; their consequent ability to act increasingly with; the needs of others in mind and to resolve moral; dilemmas based on ideals of justice; fairness; or; caring. Theories by Lawrence Kohlberg; Jean Piaget; and Carol Gilligan.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-368-WEBTEACHING K-12 BIBLE06/28/21-07/01/21ARRARRON LINEONL2018 2.0C Duckett/J Buller 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.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-420-WB4WKSHP:GOOGLE IN THE CLASSROOM06/28/21-06/29/21ARRARRON LINEWKSHP205 1.0G Barcenas/J Buller Hands-on practical summer workshops for teachers; seeking certification renewal credit. Offered; under different subtitles on a rotating basis.; Past subtitles include the following:; Cooperative Learning; Kindergarten Workshop; Pathways Reading; Making & Using Portfolios; Reading & Writing Workshop; Robotics in the Classroom; Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-420-WEBWKSHP: NATURE EDUC RETREAT06/28/21-08/09/21ARRARRON LINEWKSHP202 2.0Charaine Lucas Hands-on practical summer workshops for teachers; seeking certification renewal credit. Offered; under different subtitles on a rotating basis.; Past subtitles include the following:; Cooperative Learning; Kindergarten Workshop; Pathways Reading; Making & Using Portfolios; Reading & Writing Workshop; Robotics in the Classroom; Repeatable for credit under different subtitles.
21/SUClsdEDEDUC-525-WEBTCHG CHLD/RDNG DIFFIC06/28/21-07/08/21ARRARRON LINEONL1515 3.0Kathleen Jefferson  
21/SUOpenBIBIOL-102-01HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY07/05/21-07/23/21MTWTHF09:00AM-12:00PMON LINELEC1008 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.
21/SUOpenBIBIOL-102L-01LAB07/05/21-07/23/21MTWTH01:00PM-04:00PMON LINELAB228 0.0Robin Vance  
21/SUClsdEDEDUC-425-WEBSDA SEC CURRIC METHODS07/05/21-07/08/21ARRARRON LINEONL1516 2.0Berit Von Pohle Meets the SDA Basic Secondary certification; requirement for secondary curriculum methods. Open; to practicing teachers holding a Conditional; certificate; not open to students in the campus; credential program.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-596-WEBMETHODS IN RESEARCH07/05/21-07/09/21ARRARRON LINEONL155 2.0Jean Buller  
21/SUOpenPSPSYC-234-01HUMAN DEVELOPMENT07/06/21-07/16/21MTWTHF01:00PM-05:00PMARRLEC753 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.
21/SUClsdEDEDUC-297-WEBDS: INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING07/12/21-07/22/21ARRARRON LINEDS11 2.0Kathleen Jefferson  
21/SUClsdEDEDUC-297L-WEBDS: CLASSROOM OBSERVATION07/12/21-07/22/21ARRARRON LINEDS11 1.0Kathleen Jefferson  
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-332-WEBTEACHING W/ TECHNOLOGY07/12/21-07/22/21ARRARRON LINEONL1511 3.0W Gungl/J Buller Excellent teaching has as much to do with; empowering students to learn as it does with; knowing how to teach. This course explores the; ranges of educational technology and methods for; improving student understanding through its use; with all learners. Applies to area A of the; Practical and Applied Arts general education; requirement.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-431-WEBKINDERGARTEN CURR07/12/21-07/15/21ARRARRON LINEONL2010 2.0Robert Robinson Meets the SDA special endorsement for Kindergarten; teachers. The NAD curriculum framework forms the; basis of course content. Practical applications; for Kindergarten classrooms are emphasized. Open; to practicing teachers and students in the campus; credential program.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-515-WEBED ASSESSMENT & EVAL07/12/21-07/20/21MTW10:00AM-12:00PMON LINEONL159 3.0Jean Buller  
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-532-WEBTEACHING W/ TECHNOLOGY07/12/21-07/22/21ARRARRON LINEONL1511 3.0W Gungl/J Buller Excellent teaching has as much to do with; empowering students to learn as it does with; knowing how to teach. This course explores the; ranges of educational technology and methods for; improving student understanding through its use; with all learners.
21/SUOpenENENGL-102-01COLLEGE ENGLISH II07/19/21-08/13/21MTWTH01:00PM-03:10PMON LINELEC246 4.0Linda GillI.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.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-422-WEBRDNG & WRTNG FOR LIFE07/26/21-07/30/21ARRARRON LINEONL1512 3.0Sarah Gitter Meets the SDA Basic Elementary certification; requirement for methods in reading and language; arts. Open to employees holding a SDA Conditional; certificate; not open to students in the campus; credential program.
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-560-WEBSMALL SCHOOLS ADMIN07/26/21-07/29/21ARRARRON LINEONL2010 2.0Staff  
21/SUOpenBIMICR-134-01GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY07/26/21-08/13/21MTWTHF09:00AM-12:00PMCH 201LEC702 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.
21/SUOpenBIMICR-134L-01LAB07/26/21-08/13/21MTWTH01:00PM-04:00PMCH 218LAB352 0.0Backil Sung  
21/SUOpenEDEDUC-447-WEBREAL SCIENCE/REAL LRNG08/02/21-08/05/21ARRARRON LINEONL2412 2.0Daniel Wyrick Meets the SDA Basic Elementary certification; requirement for methods in science & health. Open; to practicing teachers holding a Conditional; certificate; not open to students in the campus; credential program.