Cypress College Spring 2019 Class Schedule

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3 1 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Important Dates These dates apply to scheduled classes meeting the full length of the semester. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Day to apply for Fall 2019 Admission October 15, 2018 First day to apply for Spring 2019 Graduation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November 5 First day to apply for Spring 2019 vocational certificates November 19 Registration Begins myGateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 14 Beginning Taking Audit Requests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MLK Holiday — Campus Closed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special Admit students register January 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring 2019 Classes Begin January 28 Prior to the first day of class If the class is OPEN, an Add Authorization Code is not required . If the class is CLOSED, a Waitlist option may be offered . There is no guarantee of enrollment into any class . Add Authorization Code Starting the first day of class An is required for most classes . (Refer to the How to Add/Drop a Class/Waitlist information in the Class Schedule .) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to Add Classes February 10 Last Day to Drop Classes as a No Show and to Qualify for Refunds Last Day to Drop Classes WITHOUT a “W” Priority — Deadline to apply for Spring 2019 Graduation Priority — Deadline to apply for Spring 2019 vocational certificates February 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Campus Safety begins issuing parking tickets for vehicles that have not been registered in the campus virtual parking system Presidents’ Holidays — Campus Closed February 15–18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday and Sunday classes will not meet February 16 and 17 February 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to File Pass/No Pass Grading Option Forms Deadline to apply for Spring 2019 graduation Deadline to apply for Spring 2019 vocational certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring Recess — Campus Open April 15–17 Classes will not meet April 18–19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Spring Holiday — Campus Closed Classes will not meet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Second Eight-Week Classes Begin March 25 April 26 Last Day to Increase/Decrease Variable Unit Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (must be done in person) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last Day to Drop Classes WITH a “W” April 28 Spring 2019 Commencement May 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring 2019 Semester Ends May 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SHORT-TERM/OPEN ENTRY CLASSES The dates above do not apply to classes that meet less than the full length of the semester or classes students may enroll in at various times throughout the semester . Refer to the comment line under the CRN in the Class Schedule for add, drop, withdrawal and refund deadlines . * All Registration, Adds and Drops are to be completed ONLINE through myGateway * All dates are subject to change without notice. JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY S M T W Th F S S M T W Th F S F S S M T W Th Th S M T W F S F S S M T W Th 2 3 1 4 5 1 2 2 1 1 2 6 3 4 5 4 3 1 2 7 8 6 12 11 10 9 9 8 6 7 4 5 3 6 7 3 4 5 9 8 8 9 12 11 10 13 7 6 7 11 5 8 9 10 16 15 19 13 14 18 17 14 15 16 13 12 11 10 11 13 14 15 12 10 16 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 17 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 21 25 24 26 23 22 20 17 18 23 22 21 19 23 17 18 19 20 21 22 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 23 24 21 25 22 20 19 31 30 29 28 27 25 24 26 27 28 28 29 30 24 25 26 27 30 28 29 30 26 31 28 29 27 31

4 2 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Welcome to Cypress College! Important Dates, Spring 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Six Easy Steps to the Registration Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Continuing Student Registration Schedule, Spring 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Registration Information myGateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Registration Worksheet, Spring 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Frequently Asked Questions How to Add/Drop a Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Fee Calculation Worksheet, Spring 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Fees and Refunds, Spring 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 How to Read the Class Schedule Courses, Spring 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Short-Term Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Weekend Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132 3 Steps to Distance Education Success Online Courses, Spring 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Hybrid Courses, Spring 2019 Academic/College Policies Affecting Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Student Services, Spring 2019 General Education Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .149 Quick Guide to Help You Cypress College has made every reasonable effort to determine that everything stated in this Class Schedule is accurate . This publication is prepared in advance of the time period it covers; therefore, changes in courses and programs offered, together with other matters contained herein, are subject to change without notice by the The College reserves the right to cancel any class for which the enrollment is not sufficient to warrant continuation, and to change the administration of Cypress College . class hours and/or days as necessity demands . Student fees and instructional fees are subject to change after the printing of the Class Schedule . Throughout the registration process (including class petitioning), certain deadlines must be established . These deadlines are necessary in order to comply with state attendance laws and must be complied with by all students . Failure to comply with these deadlines may mean that the student will not be registered and will not receive credit or be allowed to attend classes . Cypress College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

5 3 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Six Easy Steps to the Registration Process Apply Online • New and returning* students apply to the college at www .CypressCollege .edu . • Continuing students do not need to reapply . * Students are considered returning students if they have previously enrolled at Cypress College but have not attended for one or more semesters, or have attended another U .S . college or university . 1 Orientation myGateway • or they may also attend an To complete orientation, students are encouraged to complete the online orientation via in-person orientation . In-person orientation appointments can be scheduled by the Assessment Center, (714) 484-7223 . • 2 Counseling New Students See a counselor on a walk in basis with your unofficial high school transcripts or assessment scores from other colleges for • course placement and prerequisite clearance . • Make an appointment to attend a group counseling session and create an Abbreviated Student Education Plan, schedule an appointment by calling the Assessment Center, (714) 484-7223 . 3 Continuing Students and Returning* Students • Walk-in counseling sessions are available during peak registration periods to answer any general questions regarding schedule planning . Students are recommended to meet with their major counselor during the semester for a 30-minute appointment for academic planning . Counseling is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center . For individual appointments please call (714) 484-7015, or for a group counseling session, (714) 484-7223 . * Students are considered returning students if they have previously enrolled at Cypress College but have not attended for one or more semesters, or have attended another U .S . college or university . Assessment • Students can take an assessment in math, English or ESL to assist them in the placement process . • The Assessment Center is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Center, (714) 484-7223 . 4 Financial Aid • pply for Financial Aid at fafsa .gov or the California Dream Application (for eligible AB 540 students) at https://dream .csac .ca .gov . A The Financial Aid Office is located on the 1st floor of the Cypress College Complex, room 120 . • • Visit the Financial Aid website at www .CypressCollege .edu/admissions/Financial-Aid . 5 Register for Classes and Pay Your Fees myGateway Students receive registration appointments by email and can view their time on ’s “Check Registration Appointment” • under Registration tools on the student tab . myGateway . • Fees are due at the time of registering and can be paid by debit or credit card on • Check/money order payments can be mailed, placed in the drop box or made in person . Cash payments must be made in person . • 6

6 4 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege .edu / Students who have previous college experience, or who are returning Cypress Clearance College students will need to see a counselor before registration . 1 of prerequisites are reviewed by a counselor . A counselor will assess previous Please bring any transcripts or course work to determine placement in classes . AN APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE MUST BE grade reports to assist the counselor during the appointment . SUBMITTED IF: ou are a first time student and have never registered in classes at Cypress • Y will be counseled in the orientation session as outlined in New Students or Fullerton College . STEP 3 . ou previously applied at Cypress or Fullerton College but never attended • Y will help Class Schedule College Catalog Reviewing the current , along with the classes . you understand all the steps necessary for an easy matriculation and registra - • Y ou are a former student at Cypress or Fullerton College and returning after When coming to the campus for registration activities, always tion process . an absence of one or more terms . bring the registration email sent to you, ID number, Photo ID and a #2 pencil . • You are a high school graduate or at least eighteen years of age . ou are enrolled in K-12 and qualify for the Special Admit Program . • Y Each TRANSCRIPTS semester, a completed Special Admit Form with the appropriate approvals Official transcripts from other colleges or universities are required for: must also be submitted to the Admissions and Records Office the Monday– Thursday prior to the first day of the term . . Students y students who have attended other colleges or universities • An ou are an International Student who is eligible under a student Visa • Y needing to show completion of course prerequisites may use unofficial F-1 . For additional information on the international student process, call copies . (714) 484-7049 Students who plan to graduate or complete a certificate at Cypress College • and/or transfer from Cypress College, if they have attended other colleges or APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION universities . The Application for Admission can be accessed using www .CypressCollege .edu . eterans collecting educational benefits, if they have attended other colleges • V Click on “Apply NOW!” and follow the OpenCCCapply instructions . October 15 or universities . is the first day applications are accepted for Summer and Fall semesters . • High school transcripts are required for students who have graduated within . September 15 is the first day applications are accepted for the Spring semester the last 2 years . 2 4 ORIENTATION ASSESSMENT CENTER are required to complete a one and one-half hour orientation to New Students . Students reg - Students are evaluated in reading, writing, and mathematics the college system . Appointments for the face to face orientations are made at istering for Math 015 C or higher should take the Math Placement test and . Students will receive information on the conclusion of the assessment testing have transcripts indicating all math prerequisite classes completed . Placement Placement test results will be programs, policies and registration procedures . testing can be waived if you bring transcripts and/or test scores from another . Bring transcripts interpreted along with a review of previous academic courses . Transcripts are used California community college to the Assessment Center A counselor will help you choose your first semester from all other schools . as an extra measure of your skills . You may be exempt from some assessment classes and approve your Abbreviated Student Educational Plan . if you are: Face to face orientations will be offered beginning in November . Appoint- A college or university graduate. 1 . ments can be made at the Assessment Center or Counseling Center, located 2 . Already assessed at another California community college. on the second floor of the Student Center . For more information please call (714) 484-7223, or (714) 484-7015 . PLEASE NO BEEPERS or CELL PHONES. CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED. To access the online orientation, please log into your myGateway account, click Allow at least 2 hours per test process. Be sure to on the “Student” tab, then click on the “Online Orientation” hyperlink . You must bring the following items with you for your meet with a counselor to complete your first semester educational plan . assessment testing: 1. Cypress College ID Number 2. Photo ID 3 3. #2 Pencil COUNSELING may see a counselor prior to registration Continuing and Returning Students The Assessment Center provides a variety of services to determine skill levels in . Counseling and are strongly advised to do so before the end of the semester The intent is to place students in courses grammar, reading and mathematics . appointments can be made by calling (714) 484-7015 . Walk-in appointments which match their skills, needs, and goals with College courses, programs and are also welcomed, but appointments are encouraged . services . The Counseling Center is located on the second floor of the Student Center . . The Assessment Center is located on the second floor of the Student Center Please call for additional information (714) 484-7223 or by visiting the following COUNSELING CENTER HOURS: link: http://www .CypressCollege .edu/admissions/gettingStarted/assessment . 8:00 am–6:00 pm MON AND THU NOTE: If you do not meet the above exceptions, you should complete TUE AND WED 8:00 am–7:00 pm - assessment and counseling prior to registration or you may be electroni FRI 8:00 am–5:00 pm . myGateway cally blocked from

7 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege .edu 5 ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Students with verified disabilities may be eligible for accommodations such as Test Results extended time on assessment tests . Contact the Disability Support Services at The basic skills tests are for placement purposes only. After (714) 484-7104 for information . each testing session, you will receive a printout that will indicate: CTEP: College Test English Placement (For Native Speakers of English) The CTEP is designed to measure the English skills of native speakers of • the tests you have taken . Exemptions are: It is required for proper placement in English courses English . • the date the tests were taken Completions of an AA degree or higher, enrollment in one class that has no ed corr • the number of questions you answer ectly for prerequisite, transcripts/grade reports showing completion of college English each test not be . The CTEP may with a grade of “C” or better used for placement in ESL YOU WILL BE IN SESSION FOR 2 HOURS. courses . • course placement recommendations CELSA: English as a Second Language (Non-Native Speakers of English Retest Policy at Cypress College and F1 Visa Students whose first language is not English) CELSA is designed to measure the English skills of non-native speakers Cypress College English, ESL (English as a Second of English . CELSA is required for proper placement in English as a Second Language), and math placement scores are valid for course Language (ESL) courses; the CTEP may not be substituted for placement in ESL choose to retest after may placement for 2 years. Students courses . However, students scoring high on the CELSA may be referred to take this period, provided they have not started coursework English courses for native speakers . . YOU WILL BE IN SESSION FOR 2 HOURS in that subject to earn a letter grade, P/NP, or W in that course . MDTP: Mathematics Diagnostic Testing Project All students who have not taken a math course at Cypress College are required Once a student has enrolled (earned a letter grade, P/NP, to take the MDTP before enrolling in the following mathematics courses: or W on transcripts) in a course sequence he/she must MATH 015 C, 020 C, 030 C, 038 C, 040 C, 100 C, 110 C, 115 C, 120 C, 130 C, complete the course sequence and may not skip courses 141 C, 150AC . Exemptions exceptions are enrolling in MATH 010 C or MATH using the assessment tests. In the rare case of exception, 041 C, providing transcripts/grade reports indicating completion of the above a determination may be done on a case-by-case basis with Math recency is courses with a grade of “C” or better within the last two years . the English, ESL, and/or Math Department. Please review course listings and prerequisites . Review sample very important . NO CALCULATORS! questions; the MDTP has four levels from which to choose . YOU WILL BE IN SESSION FOR 2 HOURS. assessment Students may qualify for a waiver from the Assessment Waiver: requirement both To be eligible for this waiver, you must have met . the English and Math assessment requirements by answering yes to one or more of the 5 following: Cypress College Enrollment Fee Waiver I have completed with a grade of “C” or higher, an English and/or math • California College Promise Grant (CCPG) course at another regionally accredited college or university, formerly known as Board of Governors Waiver (BOGW) • I have taken an English and/or Math assessment tests at another California WHAT IS CCPG? Community College within the last 2 years, The CCPG is a state sponsored program which only waives enrollment fees I have a score of 3, 4, or 5 on the Advanced Placement (AP) English • for qualifying students . You may be eligible for a fee waiver even if you are not Composition and Literature and/or Math exam, or eligible for other financial aid . I have received a “Ready for CSU or participating CCC college-level English • and/or Math course” score on the EAP exam (“conditional” results are not HOW DO I APPLY? accepted) . There are two options to apply for the CCPG If you meet the above requirements, you can complete the Alternative Assessment Petition, available at: http://www .CypressCollege .edu/admissions/ Option 1 — Preferred option: complete the FAFSA at https://fafsa .gov or the - gettingStarted/assessment and submit it with the appropriate supporting docu California Dream Act application at https://dream .csac .ca .gov mentation to the Assessment Center . . Option 2 — Complete a CCPG only application on Below are the myGateway For additional information, students can also stop by the Assessment Center steps to guide you to the application: during its hours of operation: 1 . Log in to myGateway Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 am–6:00 pm 2 . Under the Student tab, select Financial Aid Wednesday 8:00 am–9:00 pm 3 . Select California College Promise Grant Application Friday 8:00 am–5:00 pm 4 . Select the appropriate academic year and school 5 . Complete and submit the application online You may be required to submit supporting documentation to the financial aid office . You must apply for the CCPG separately for Fullerton College and Cypress Note: College if you wish to receive it at both schools .

8 6 CypressCollege .edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT CCPG APPLICATION METHODS FOR QUALIFYING? 6 The CCPG application has three methods for qualifying: REGISTRATION Method A: Is for students on public assistance programs such as TANF/ Continuing students will be assigned registration appointments based on dis- CalWORKs, SSI/SSP, and General Assistance . Be advised that assessment, orientation and an edu trict policies AP/BP 5055 . - Is for low income students whose previous year income was Method B: cation plan impacts registration appointments . within qualifying income guidelines, established by the California Student Aid Registration appointments and other necessary information will be sent by Commissions . All students should register on their assigned date and time; however, email . You must have already applied for and been determined to have at Method C: registration appointments do not guarantee enrollment into any class . FAFSA . least $1104 of financial need by filing a No CCPG application is required The Class Schedule contains several pages that provide useful registration for a CCPG Method “C” waiver . information . It is recommended that students read the information prior to registering for classes . WHAT IF I AM ELIGIBLE? If eligible, the Financial Aid Office will approve and enter a waiver status on Yahoo users are recommended to obtain an email address from another the computer system so that student is not assessed an enrollment fee for the p rovider in order to receive electronic correspondence from the college . myGateway You will see your fee waiver posted in semester . and your fees will be waived at the time of registration if you qualify . CCPG REQUIREMENTS Beginning with the 2016–2017 academic year, the CCPG will require students to meet Academic and Progress Standards . — a For Academic Standards CCPG recipient must maintain a cumulative 2 .0 GPA or higher . For Progress — student must complete more than 50% of cumulative courses Standards SPECIAL ADMIT attempted . All Special Admit students must submit the online admis - All students must maintain both standards to continue to receive the CCPG . If these standards are not met for two consecutive primary semesters (fall and sions application prior to registering for classes . . spring), then the students will lose their CCPG eligibility Current and former Each semester, a completed Special Admit Form with foster youth 24 years old or younger are exempt from the Academic and appropriate approvals must be submitted to the Admissions For more information, please contact the financial aid Progress Standards. and Records Office the Monday–Thursday prior to the first . The financial aid office will send emails office or visit the financial aid website reminding students of these requirements each semester . day of the term . DO I NEED TO KNOW ANYTHING ELSE? If you need help with books, supplies, food, transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) at fafsa .gov or the California Dream Application (for eligible AB 540 students) a t https://dream .csac .ca .gov immediately . Did you know? Effective Fall 2018 , the Board of Governor’s (BOG) Fee Waiver was changed to the California College Promise Grant (CCPG) .

9 7 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Continuing Student Registration Schedule . They will Continuing students are those enrolled in Fall 2018 classes and will receive letter or “W” grades at the end of the term • receive a registration email that provides their priority registration date and time for Spring 2019 . tion appointments can also be viewed by logging onto myGateway and clicking on “Check Registration Appointment” • Registra under Registration Tools on the student tab . • Registra tion appointments are based on units/hours earned through Summer 2018 at both Cypress and Fullerton Colleges . Having attended both institutions requires adding together the units/hours earned at both colleges . • Units/hours earned can be determined by logging onto myGateway at www .CypressCollege .edu . Student Records Click on both and . View Unofficial Web Transcript • V eteran students who are active or former members of the United States Armed Forces who are within two years of their date of separation from active duty may qualify for priority registration (CA Senate Bill 272 — effective January 1, 2008) . For priority registration approval, submit the military ID, DD214 or N .O .B .E . (Notice of Basic Eligibility) to the certifying official of Veterans Affairs, located in the Veterans Resource Center in the Cypress College Complex . • Special Admit students begin registering on Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 4:00 pm or after . • Students should register on their assigned date and time for a better selection of classes; however, enrollment is not guaranteed into any class . • The Class Schedule contains several pages that provide useful registration information . It is recommended that students read the information prior to registering for classes . • Registration is subject to established deadlines for adding, dropping, payments and refunds . • Y ahoo users are recommended to obtain an email address from another provider in order to receive electronic correspondence from the college . Cypress College Counselor Locations Jacquelyn Rangel Articulation Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7025 [email protected] .edu Business Robert Grantham BUS-216 [email protected] .edu 484-7015 484-7120 Student Center, 2nd Floor Sarah Coburn Career Planning/Adult Re-entry [email protected] .edu Career Technical Education TE1-208 Jane Jepson [email protected] .edu 484-7015 DSS Dawn Decker [email protected] .edu CCCPLX, 1st Floor 484-7104 Deborah Michelle [email protected] .edu CCCPLX, 1st Floor 484-7104 Marisa Lehmeier [email protected] .edu CCCPLX, 1st Floor 484-7104 484-7240 EOPS CCCPLX, 2nd Floor Eva Palomares [email protected] .edu Alan Reza 484-7370 [email protected] .edu CCCPLX, 2nd Floor [email protected] .edu 484-7129 Fine Arts FA-205 Renay Laguana-Ferinac FA-207 [email protected] .edu 484-7129 Renee Ssensalo Health Science Kelly Carter [email protected] .edu HS-204 484-7015 Denise Vo [email protected] .edu HS-205 484-7015 Doreen Villasenor [email protected] .edu HS-206 484-7270 Kinesiology and Athletics Dana Bedard Gym II, 107B 484-7015 [email protected] .edu Language Arts and Social Science Mymy Lam [email protected] .edu HUM, 2nd Floor 484-7015 Therese Mosqueda-Ponce [email protected] .edu HUM, 2nd Floor 484-7015 Daniel Pelletier [email protected] .edu HUM, 2nd Floor 484-7015 484-7015 [email protected] .edu SEM-222 Science, Engineering and Math Deidre Porter SEM-223 Ernesto Heredia [email protected] .edu 484-7015 Honors and Transfer Penny Gabourie Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7129 [email protected] .edu [email protected]@CypressCollege .edu Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7120 Yolanda Duenas 484-7150 Veterans Affairs Juan Garcia CCCPLX, 2nd Floor [email protected] .edu

10 8 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Registration Information CANCELLED CLASSES REGISTRATION EMAIL . Select The college reserves the right to cancel any class it is unable to offer A registration email informs students of the first registration appointment avail- alternate classes and list them on your Class Planning Sheet in case any of your . For the best selection of classes, register on able based on their eligible priority classes are cancelled . the date and time indicated in the email; however, the email does not guarantee Registration appointments can also be viewed by enrollment into any class . DROPPING CLASSES myGateway and clicking on “Check Registration Appointment” logging onto it is the may While an instructor drop a student that has poor attendance, under Registration Tools on the student tab . when unable to continue the student’s responsibility to officially withdraw New students are those who have never attended Cypress or Fullerton College . Students that wish to drop a class or withdraw from the college must class . New students will receive registration information by email based on the date See drop using Refer to the deadlines listed in the Class Schedule . . myGateway their online Application for Admission is received . the How to Add/Drop a Class page for further instructions . Returning students are those who have previously attended Cypress or The neglect of dropping a course can result in a substandard grade posted on . Fullerton College but did not register into a class for the Spring 2018 semester your permanent student record . Returning students will receive registration information by email based on the date their online Application for Admission is received . PETITIONING CLOSED CLASSES Students may petition closed classes by opting for the Waitlist before the class are those currently registered at Cypress or Fullerton Continuing students . Waitlist information can be found begins or by attending the first class meeting College and will complete the term with a letter grade or “W .” If a letter grade in the next column and on the Waitlist page in the Class Schedule . If a seat is tus . They student sta or “W” is not received, the student forfeits their continuing available the first class meeting, the instructor will issue the student a four-digit must submit a new online Application for Admission as a Returning student . By the add deadline, the student must access myGateway and add add code . Special Admit students are those enrolled in K-12 and must submit an online the class entering the add code when prompted . A student is not officially regis - Application for Admission and a Special Admit Form . Registration information tered for a class (even if the instructor calls or writes names on the class roster) will be received by email based on the date the online Application for Admission . until the student adds the class and fees have been paid through myGateway Each semester, a Special Admit Form must be completed and sub - is received . mitted to the Admissions and Records Office the Monday–Thursday prior to the CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT first day of the term . Concurrent enrollment requires a student to register for more than one class . Register Register for both the lecture and lab classes when both are required . REGISTRATION INFORMATION for the lecture, lab and problem solving classes when all three are required . The Class Schedule contains several pages that provide useful registration information . It is recommended that students read the information prior to COURSE REPETITION registering for classes . As a general rule, students may not register in a class if a passing grade has previously been received or the maximum number of repetitions allowed have BEFORE YOU REGISTER been completed . Contact Admissions and Records for additional information . Ensure you are registering on or after your assigned appointment during • myGateway registration hours . EMAIL AND ADDRESS CHANGES • Clear all outstanding fees or holds . Non-clearance will delay registration . If you pay by VISA or MasterCard, come into the Admissions and Records • Get counselor clearance for math, English, ESL, reading classes and • Office and update your personal address information, if necessary . prerequisites . personal addresses and phone numbers can be updated by accessing • Email, • - Make sure the Admissions and Records Office has your correct name, per under the Student tab . myGateway the Personal Information channel of sonal and email addresses and phone numbers . • Use the Class Planning Sheet to prepare your tentative class schedule . FEES • Verify financial aid eligibility with the Financial Aid Office . Fees are due immediately Cypress College does not bill upon registration . for unpaid registrations Students with unpaid fees will have a hold placed . ON YOUR REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT DAY on their account . Complete the myGateway Registration Worksheet and log onto www . Students with the California College Promise Grant are reminded that the waiver myGateway Click on the CypressCollege .edu . logo and follow the prompts . . Students MUST submit payment for the student ID covers enrollment fees ONLY With the exception of nightly maintenance, myGateway is available 7 days a fee, material, health and parking fees and any other charges indicated . Check week, 24 hours a day . with Financial Aid to verify payment eligibility for enrollment fees . ADDING CLASSES MAXIMUM UNITS/HOURS Providing prerequisites and/or corequisites have been cleared by a counselor, A maximum unit load for any student is 19 units and 12 units qualifies as full regis- myGateway and class seats are available, classes can be added during time enrollment . A student may carry over 19 units with counselor approval . Once a class begins, students must obtain a four-digit Add Code from tration . Refer to the How to Add/Drop a the instructor of each class they wish to add . TIME CONFLICTS Class and Waitlist pages for further instructions . Refer to the deadlines listed system will not allow students to register for two or more The myGateway in the Class Schedule . The neglect of adding a course can result in no credit or classes which are scheduled during the same time period . A Petition for grade earned for the course . Exception must be sub mitted to Admissions and Records to request approval for class time conflicts .

11 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / 9 CypressCollege .edu WAITLIST PARKING Use of Cypress College’s general parking lots requires a parking fee . A waitlist is an electronic list of students that are petitioning a closed class . In lieu of The list is prioritized according to the date and time students opt for the wait a physical parking permit, the College uses a virtual parking system . - Physical list . Waitlist size is determined by the division . Waitlisting does not parking passes are no longer issued to students or visitors . guarantee Students are able to register their vehicle(s) online via Waitlisted students enrollment into any class and not all classes have waitlists . myGateway once all registration fees, including parking, are paid in full . must attend the first class meeting and meet all registration requirements to be Visitors may purchase virtual permits online students must reg- considered for an add code . via the campus website . After purchasing a parking permit, ister their vehicle license plate to activate the virtual parking permit . Visitors When myGateway advises that a class is closed, a student can choose the purchasing a virtual parking permit via the campus website will be prompted option to be placed on the waitlist . If a seat becomes available, the waitlisted Please note: Your registered for vehicle information prior to final purchase . student will be notified via email that they have 48 hours to add the class license plate is your Virtual Parking Permit. myGateway . through The email will be sent to the preferred email address on file . and check Personal Announcements myGateway Students can also access Students that purchase their semester virtual parking permit may change for seat advisements for waitlisted classes . vehicles anytime online using the “Cypress Parking System” link via their Yahoo email users should check Returning students MUST renew their virtual parking account . daily for information regarding their waitlist status . myGateway myGateway permit for the new semester. Day-use vehicle registration and purchase is Yahoo users are recommended to obtain an email address from another pro - also available at kiosks on campus . Successful payment and registration of a vider in order to receive electronic correspondence from the college . vehicle license plate authorizes students and visitors to use any of the seven page in the Class Schedule for complete waitlist Refer to the “WAITLIST” lots open to student designated parking stalls, as well as designated spots information . on Circle Drive . Cypress College students that have semester-length parking permits are also honored at the Anaheim Campus and Fullerton College with . and Chapman Ave the exception of the city parking structure at Lemon St . The NOTE: - Throughout the semester/school year, the District may sponsor volun Fullerton Police Department will cite as they do not have access to your Cypress - If you choose to partic tary off-campus extracurricular field trips/excursions . College virtual parking permit and information . ipate, be advised that pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Subchapter 5, Section 55450, you have agreed to hold the District, its officers, agents and SCHEDULE/BILL employees harmless from any and all liability or claims which may arise out The Schedule/Bill includes a list of your classes, fees and payments, and is of or in connection with your participation in the activity . throughout the term to myGateway . You may use proof of your registration check or print your schedule . Many offices will require you to show a valid ID prior to providing you services . JOIN NOW Associated Students of Cypress College Some of the great A.S. benefits and discounts are at ENTERTAINMENT: FOOD SERVICES: Knott’s Berry Farm Ellen’s Pinoy Grills El Torito Farmer Boys EVERYDAY SERVICES: Flame Broiler Amia’s Threading Salon Juice It Up Anytime Fitness Kush Bowl C & G Automotive Repair Lees Sandwich Clint’s Formal Wear $ 7.00 Little Caesars Cypress Carwash Maki Yaki #34 Discount Tires Sandwich House E-Tax Services Sub & Grub Paul’s Carwash & Lube Center Tickets at Work Salon 25 Waba Grill Sports Clip Haircuts Whata Lotta Pizza White Sands Salon & Day Spa Wienerschnitzel Wing Stop Lots more — See A.S. Discount Brochure at Photo ID, Student Center. And more to be added

12 10 Cypress College — Spring 2019 myGateway Registration Worksheet Before You Register: /Registration Tools . myGateway Refer to your registration email . Registration appointments can also be viewed on 1 . 2 . Clear all outstanding fees or holds . Non-clearance will delay registration . 3 . Get counselor clearance for math, English, ESL, reading classes and prerequisites . Non-clearance will delay registration . 4 . Make sure the Admissions and Records Office has your correct name, personal and email addresses and phone number . myGateway 5 . Use the Registration Worksheet and Class Planning Sheet to prepare your tentative class schedule . 6 . Verify financial aid eligibility with the Financial Aid Office . Non-verification can result in unexpected fees and being dropped for nonpayment . 7 . Read and follow all registration instructions provided in the Class Schedule prior to registering for classes . 8 . Students should register on their assigned date and time for a better selection of classes; however, enrollment is not guaranteed into any class . myGateway Available REGISTRATION HELPLINE 7 days a week – 24 hours a day Phone: (714) 484-7346 requires nightly maintenance, and generally myGateway ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS HOURS occurs from 12:00 midnight to 6:00 am. November 19, 2018–January 18, 2019 8:00 am–6:00 pm Monday–Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 21–25 If you register and attempt to pay your fees by credit card, 8:00 am–6:00 pm Monday–Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . you may receive a message that your payment cannot be 8:00 am–5:00 pm Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . January 28–February 1 processed. Please return to at a later time myGateway 8:00 am–6:00 pm Monday–Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and make your credit card payment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 8:00 am–5:00 pm Beginning February 4 8:00 am–6:00 pm Monday–Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 am–5:00 pm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday Admissions and Records is located on the first floor of the Student Center. All hours are subject to change. STEP 1 Go to and click on: www.CypressCollege.edu STEP 2 LOGGING IN: • as printed on your Student ID Card or Schedule/Bill . Enter your eight-digit Student Identification Number PIN Enter your six-digit PIN • (Personal Identification Number) . Your default is your six-digit date of birth (mmddyy) unless you have changed it . STEP 3 myGateway myGateway Click on the logo in the Channel: will require that you change your PIN . myGateway If you used your date of birth to log in, CHANGE PIN: • SECURITY QUESTION/ANSWER: may also ask you to enter a security question and answer in the event you forget your PIN myGateway • . If your PIN is disabled due to multiple login attempts, use the Pin Reset feature on the User Login page or contact the DISABLED PIN: • . Registration Help Line at (714) 484-7346

13 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 11 / CypressCollege .edu STEP 4 REGISTERING FOR CLASSES SELECTING THE TERM: From the . • main menu , click Register for Classes • . Submit Select the term Cypress College/Fullerton College Spring 2019 and click ADDING/DROPPING CLASSES: • Enter the five-digit CRN (Course Reference Number) from the worksheet below for each class you wish to add and click A Confirm Your Choices OR and enter desired class criteria (subject, hours, days, instructor, etc Class Search Button Click the .), then click Class • . Search or to . Add Place a checkmark in the box to the left of any classes you wish to add and click either • Class Add Worksheet If Add Authorization Code Required appears, enter the four-digit add code issued by your instructor in the field B provided and click and confirm the status of your class . Submit Changes If the code is approved, click . VALIDATE After you have added/dropped all your classes and are satisfied with your class schedule as shown on the registration C . Print a Schedule/Bill to ensure official adding or dropping of a class . screen, click Complete Registration WAITLIST: If the class is closed but it has a waitlist, you can opt to be placed on the list . The waitlist criteria will be provided by myGateway ; however, there is no guarantee of enrollment into the class . Refer to the “WAITLIST” page in the Class Schedule for complete waitlist information . Refer to the “How to Add/Drop a Class” page for further details . CLASS PLANNING SHEET CRN (Course Reference No.) Subject Course No. Times Days Units 6 3 1 MW 0 1 1 POSC 100 C 9:00A-10:20A Example: IDEAL CLASS SECTIONS Example: 7 5 0 3 POSC 100 C 10:00A-11:20A TTh 3 1 ALTERNATE CLASS SECTIONS STEP 5 OPTIONAL FEES Select Campus: Choose the campus for which you have enrolled in the most units (Fullerton or Cypress) and click Submit . • . If you do not wish to purchase any optional fees, • Submit Select the optional fees you wish to purchase and click Select Optional Fees: . Submit leave all fees unselected and click Confirm Optional Fees: . • Confirm Purchase Verify your selections and click STEP 6 FEE PAYMENT The amount shown next to your “Account Balance” is due and payable immediately . Cypress College does not bill for unpaid registrations . . ayments” or “Check or Money Order Payments” and follow the prompts Select either “Credit Card P Note: If paying by credit card, you must resubmit the term you registered for . Your Schedule/Bill includes a list of your classes, fees and payments, and is proof of your registration . You may use myGateway throughout the term to check or print your schedule . If you decide not to attend any classes you have registered for, it is your responsibility to officially drop within published deadlines.

14 12 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Frequently Asked Questions... What is a waitlist? A waitlist is an electronic list of students that want to enroll in a closed class. Waitlist size is determined by the division. Waitlisting does not guarantee enrollment into any class and not all classes have waitlists. Waitlist students must meet all registration requirements, including time conflicts and prerequisite requirements. How do I place myself on a waitlist? myGateway and go to Registration Tools. Click • . Log onto “Add or Drop Classes” Enter the five-digit CRN of the class. You will be advised if the class is closed and given the option of • adding the waitlist if waitlist seats are available. Use the drop down menu and select “Waitlist” . • “Confirm Your Choices” . Click How do I remove myself from a waitlist? Log onto and go to Registration Tools. Click “Add or Drop Classes” . • myGateway Use the drop down menu and select • . Click “Confirm Your Choices” . “Waitlist Drop” Can I add myself to more than one waitlist? You can waitlist for more than one class but you CANNOT waitlist for two sections of the same class. How can I monitor my waitlist status? Log onto myGateway and go to Registration Tools. Click “Check Waitlist Status” . It is recommended that you frequently check your waitlist status. How will I know if a seat in the class becomes available while I am on the waitlist? Y myGateway . • ou will be notified via a Personal Announcement on Log onto myGateway . Go to Personal Announcements. Click “Check Waitlist Status” • . • If a seat is available, you will see the date and time the seat notification will expire. How long do I have to add the class when a seat becomes available? You have 48 hours from when the seat notification was sent to you to add the class OR until midnight prior to the first day of the class, whichever comes first. If you miss the 48-hour deadline, your name is automatically removed from the waitlist and the next waitlisted student is notified of the available seat. How do I add the class if I receive the notification that a seat is available? • Log onto myGateway and go to Registration Tools. Click “Add or Drop Classes” . • Go to the specific waitlisted class in your list of classes. • Use the drop down box and choose “Register — Web” . Click “Confirm Your Choices” and “Complete Registration” . What if I am on a waitlist but no seat becomes available before the first class meeting? You must attend the first class meeting. Your name will appear on the instructor’s roster as waitlisted. If there are seats available, the instructor will provide you with a four digit Add Authorization Code. You must add the class via myGateway entering the add code when prompted. The class must be added by the add deadline. Check the Class Schedule for the deadlines of semester and less than semester length classes. Yahoo users are recommended to obtain an email address from another provider in order to receive electronic correspondence from the college.

15 13 Cypress College — Spring 2019 How to Add/Drop a Class All Registration, Adds, Drops and Withdrawals are to be completed online through myGateway . Adding a Class not required . If the class is CLOSED, a Prior to the first day of class If the class is OPEN, an Add Authorization Code is Waitlist option may be offered and the student must comply with its requirements . However, there is no guarantee of enrollment into the class, and not all classes will have waitlists . Starting the first day of class . Attend the first class meeting An Add Authorization Code is required for most classes If seat space is available, ask the instructor to give you a of the class you wish to add . four-digit Add Authorization Code . Instructors may not be able to grant all requests for Add Authorization Codes . 1 . access myGateway registration at http://mg .nocccd .edu . IMMEDIATELY Log in and click on . Register for Classes Select the term Cypress College/Fullerton College Spring 2019 and click . 2 . Submit Enter the five-digit CRN (Course Reference Number) in the “CRN” box and click on Confirm Your Choices . 3 . If prompted, enter the four-digit Add Authorization Code in the field provided . 4 . 5 . Click on the VALIDATE button . If the code is approved, continue to Step 6 . If the code is not approved, you will need to obtain another add code from the instructor . 6 . Click on Submit Changes and confirm the status of your class . 7 . After confirming that the class has been added, click on . COMPLETE REGISTRATION Print a Schedule/Bill to ensure official adding of the class . 8 . - The Add Authorization Code is commonly known as the “Add Code” and is good for five days. If you receive an error mes sage when you use the add code, you must first correct the related problem before the class can be added. If the five days expire before correcting the problem, you must obtain another add code from the instructor. A separate four-digit add code is required for each class you wish to add and is only valid for the current term and class. Dropping or Withdrawing from a Class 1 . myGateway Registration at http://mg .nocccd .edu . Access Log in and click on Register for Classes . 2 . Select the term Cypress College/Fullerton College Spring 2019 . 3 . From the drop down menu, choose Drop Online or Withdrawal-Web for the classes you wish to drop . 4 . Confirm Your Choices to drop your classes . Click on 5 . Check under Status on the left of the screen to confirm the Drop Online or Withdrawal-Web status before exiting myGateway . 6 . Print a Schedule/Bill to ensure official dropping of the class . Waitlisted students Refer to the “WAITLIST” page in the Class Schedule for complete waitlist information on how to add a waitlisted class or drop a waitlist . Adding, Dropping and Withdrawing from classes are subject to established deadlines. It is the student’s responsibility to officially add and withdraw from classes. Verify added and dropped classes on your Schedule/Bill.

16 14 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Fee Calculation Worksheet Use this page to help determine the amount of fees you will owe once your registration is completed. REGISTRATION FEES ENROLLMENT FEE × = $ _________________________ ___________ units $46 .00 per unit (Waived for CCPG recipients) ___________ units $84 .00 per bachelor’s unit $ _________________________ × = HEALTH FEE $19 .00 per semester = $ _________________________ NON-RESIDENT FEES × _____ units $277 .00 per unit $ _________________________ = (plus enrollment) (Includes $19 .00 Capital Outlay fee per Ed Code 76141) MATERIAL FEE Certain classes require additional fees . See the course description in this Schedule of Classes . = $ _________________________ OTHER FEES ASSOCIATED STUDENT BENEFITS:* = $7 .00 per term $ _________________________ CAMPUS ID CARD:* $2 .50 per term = $ _________________________ PARKING PERMIT:** Automobiles $40 .00 Motorcycles $20 .00 = $ _________________________ STUDENT REPRESENTATION FEE:* $1 .00 per semester $ _________________________ = = TOTAL FEES DUE $ _________________________ * Students requesting and paying for an AS Benefits sticker must pick up their stickers in the Student Activities office . You must have your Student Schedule/Bill with you and show it to pick up your stickers . ** NO TE: Campus Safety will ticket for non-registration of license plate beginning the second week of the term! Your parking permit allows you to park in designated student parking at Cypress and Fullerton Colleges as well as our Anaheim Campus. PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS — Payment is due immediately DO NOT SEND CASH! Credit Card Payments: • Pay by Visa or MasterCard through myGateway . Check or Money Order Payments: • Make check or money order payable to Cypress College . • Write your eight-digit student ID number on the front of the check . • Enclose the check and Fee Payment Slip in an envelope . • Return your payment to the College by: placing the envelope in the Registration Fee Payment Slot located outside the Business Building near the ATM OR Cypress College Bursar’s Office, P .O . Box 6047, Cypress, CA 90630-0047 mailing to: In-Person Payments: • Cash, check or credit card payments may also be made in person in Admissions and Records or the Bursar’s Office during regular office hours . Third Party Payments: • If your fees are to be paid by a third party (i .e . Dept . of Rehabilitation, Veteran’s, Scholarship etc .), please contact the Bursar’s Office immediately at (714) 484-7317, to avoid having a hold placed on your account . You can email your Department of Rehabilitation “Authorization for Services” document to [email protected] .edu, or drop it off at the Bursar’s Office . Fees are due IMMEDIATELY. Cypress College does not bill for unpaid registrations . If payments are not received, you will have a hold placed on your account .

17 15 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Fees and Refunds PARKING While all reasonable efforts have been made to present complete and accurate Returning students MUST renew their virtual parking permits for the new fee information, changes in state funding may result in fee changes for the semester. PARKING is an optional parking fee of $40 for automobiles ($30 current academic year . for students who receive the California College Promise Grant) and $20 .00 for HEALTH FEE These fees have been authorized by the North Orange County motorcycles . Pursuant to Education Code and district policy, Cypress College has a manda - Community College District Board of Trustees (Education Code 25425 and tory health fee . The health fee is $19 .00 per semester ($16 .00 for summer Payment of this parking fee may be made at the time of registration in 25425 .1) . The intersession) for each student regardless of the number of units taken . . Payment for semester parking and completion of vehicle license myGateway health fee and/or health fee exemptions are subject to change should the plate registration authorizes students to use any of the seven lots open to stu- state legislature take action to change them. dent and guest parking, as well as designated spots on Circle Drive . Cypress College student semester-length virtual parking permits are also honored at Any student who depends exclusively on prayer for healing in accordance the Anaheim Campus and Fullerton College with the exception of the city park- with the teachings of a bona-fide religious sect, denomination or organiza- ing structure at Lemon St . pman Ave . The Fullerton Police Department and Cha tion is exempt from paying the health fee . Upon request, the health fee will be will cite as they do not have access to your Cypress College virtual parking refunded to any student who withdraws from all courses prior to the 10% date permit and information . Students and visitors may also register vehicles using of the length of the course . . short-term parking machines or through our campus website for $2 per day Short-term virtual parking permits are valid at Cypress College only . Students MATERIAL FEES The virtual parking permit and guests are NOT eligible to park in staff spaces . Students enrolling in classes with material fees will be required to pay the fee(s) does not guarantee a parking space . at the time of registration (see individual course) . NOTE: Campus Safety will ticket for non-registration of license plate NON-RESIDENT TUITION permit beginning the second week of the term! Non-residents of the State of California are charged tuition at $277 per unit Disabled Persons Vehicles — Use of state-designated disabled parking which includes the $19 Capital Outlay fee per Education Code Section 76141 . spaces requires proper display of either a valid disabled placard or designated Non-resident tuition is in addition to the enrollment fee required to be paid Disabled parking spaces are prominently marked in blue and license plates . by all students . - If you believe you should be reclassified as a resident stu Vehicles parked in disabled parking spaces must also comply with the white . dent, it is your responsibility to request a change in your classification in the requirements noted above, including purchase of a virtual parking permit and If you are a non-resident Admissions and Records Office prior to registration . Designated disabled parking completion of vehicle license plate registration . seeking a waiver of the $19 capital outlay fee due to financial hardship, contact Individuals who park vehicles in the spaces are available in all campus lots . the Admissions and Records Office . disabled stalls without proper credentials will be subject to a $290 citation . OTHER FEES — One day parking permit dispensers are available in Parking Availability $ 7 .00 Associated Student Benefits Sticker** various lots for $3 .00 per day . Parking Parking Enforcement — A one-week grace period is provided at the * $40 .00 Automobiles** beginning of the Fall and Spring semesters in order for students to final- (special sticker available for open vehicles) All campus parking ize vehicle registration and/or renew parking permits. Two-wheeled Motorized Vehicles** * $20 .00 regulations are enforced by the Cypress College Campus Safety Department . Public Parking — per day $ 3 .00 All traffic regulations are enforced by the Cypress Police Department . Parking $ 2 .50 Photo ID/New or replacement** regulations are strictly enforced . Failure to register your vehicle license plate $ 1 .00 Student Representation Fee may result in a parking citation issued by Campus Safety . * Please note that your Cypress College Parking fee will be honored for The fine for parking without a valid permit and registered license plate is $37; all student parking lots at Cypress College, Fullerton College and our other fines range from $37–$290, depending on the violation . Anaheim campus. Any vehicle found parked on Cypress College property that has (3) or more ** Students requesting and paying for Photo ID sticker and/or AS Benefits sticker . unpaid Cypress College parking citations may be towed without notice must pick up their stickers in the Student Activities office . You must have your Registered owners of the vehicle will be responsible for paying all citations, Student Schedule/Bill with you and show it to pick up your stickers . towing fees, and impound fees prior to the vehicle being released by the NOTE: Campus Safety will ticket for no student parking permit beginning impound company . the second week of the term. Citation Payment and Appeals — Payment of fines or filing of an appeal must take place within 21 days from the date of the citation or the fine will be doubled . Cypress College Parking Regulations are available on myGateway , the Campus Safety webpage, and in the Campus Safety Office on the first floor of the Business Building . Parking Refunds — Refunds will only be given with proof of withdrawal from all classes . No refunds will be issued after 10% of class is complete .

18 16 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege .edu REFUND DEADLINES REGISTRATION FEES Refundable through F ebruary 10, 2019 Semester Length Course All Registration Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration . Payments may be made by cash, check, money order, MasterCard or Visa . Campus ID Card Refundable through F ebruary 10, 2019, if the card has not been produced and Enrollment Fee $ 46 .00 per unit nonrefundable if the card has been produced . Bachelor’s Unit $ 84 .00 per unit $ 19 .00 per term Health Fee ebruary 10, 2019 Refundable through F *Parking Fee Non-Resident Tuition $277 .00 per unit* For short-term class deadlines, see Class Schedule . (Plus enrollment) * (Includes $19 .00 Capital Outlay fee Please Note per Ed Code 76141 .) ALL FEES ARE DUE AND PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION SERVICE CHARGE REFUND POLICY There is a $25 .00 service charge on all checks returned by your bank, and your Registration fees are refundable, with the exception of the Campus ID Card fee enrollment at the College, as well as your credit, may be affected . (except as noted under refund deadlines on the previous page), if the student with- Cypress College participates in the COTOP program (Chancellor’s Office Tax draws from full length term classes on or before February 10, 2019 (drop/add Offset Program) and will be charging the administrative fee if your account is After February 10, 2019, there will be no refunds for withdrawal deadline) . . To avoid these additional charges, please pay all sent to COTOP for collection . Enrollment fees for Short Term classes are refundable if the student withdraws . This includes registration fees, debts owed to the college in a timely manner from class by the 10% point of the length of the course . Refunds must be checks returned by your bank, and any other fees due on your student account . requested during the term of attendance . SERVICE FEES REFUND PROCESSING FEE Payable at the Admissions & Records Office — Photo ID required A refund processing fee of $10 per semester will be deducted from the $15 .00 Legal Research and Subpoena Processing - The fee will be waived for students who are administra enrollment fee refunds . $15 .00 Duplicate diplomas and certificates - tively dropped from class(es) due to cancellation of class(es), student disquali On demand service $10 .00 fication or course repetition . Transcript Request (first two copies free) $ 5 .00 $ 3 .00 Verification of Student Enrollment REFUNDS If a student withdraws from classes, a refund processing fee of $10.00 will STUDENT REPRESENTATION FEE Refunds will be processed the be deducted from the enrollment fee refund. - This fee will be used so that students may represent students’ views and posi 4th week of the semester and should be received by mid April . All refunds are tions at city, county, and district governments as well as state legislative offices issued by check and will be mailed . Please keep your Cypress College address and other governmental agencies . All students are urged to pay this $1 fee . statement on the next page . Refund Policy current . See the CHANGES TO PRIORITY REGISTRATION Due to recent changes to state law and regulations, registration priority is changing. To guarantee eligibility for Priority Enrollment, CAMPUS PHOTO ID CARD all New and Returning Students must of the following ALL meet Students are strongly encouraged to purchase a Campus Photo ID Card . requirements: Students pay a $2 .50 service fee at the time of registration and receive — math and English place- assessment process e 1. Complete th a validation sticker upon payment of the fee . New and returning students ment tests (or equivalent), may obtain a Campus Photo ID Card upon presentation of their Enrollment orientation session, and ttend an 2. A Receipt showing proof of payment of the fee and a valid photo ID (i .e . in the orientation one semester education plan 3. Complete a . The Campus Photo ID Card includes Driver’s License or California ID card) session. the student’s photo, signature, permanent number and a scannable bar must also be in good academic Continuing and Returning Students code . The Campus Photo ID Card is required for the following services: standing: • all campus labs 1. H status ave not been academically dismissed or on probationary • Library, Financial Aid, Bursar’s Office, and Student Affairs for two consecutive terms, and • check or credit card purchases in the Bookstore ave completed 75% or more units with A, B, C, CR, and P 2. H ave not earned more than 100 degree-applicable units at 3. H Cards that are requested but not picked up by the end of the last day of the Cypress and Fullerton Colleges. semester will be voided and not refunded .

19 17 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Definitions Generally, a course cannot be dropped if it is a be successful in the course . ADD AUTHORIZATION CODE corequisite of another course . An Add Authorization Code (commonly known as the “Add Code”) is a four- digit code that may be issued to a student by an instructor to add a class corequisites It is the student’s obligation to know and meet course These are . once the class has closed . The add code can only be used myGateway on and the current Class Schedule stated in the course description section of the The add to add that closed class and must be used by the add deadline . . Corequisites will be enforced at registration . College Catalog The student may code is good for five days and is only valid for the current term and class it is . be required to show proof of meeting corequisites If the add code expires, another add code must be obtained from attached to . EXAMPLE: the instructor . After entering an add code on myGateway , the student must Coreq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 040 C is required click on Submit Changes and COMPLETE REGISTRATION . for CHEM 107 C. ADVISORY COURSE IDENTIFICATION NUMBERING SYSTEM (C-ID) , it means a student is recommended to have When a course has an advisory - The Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID) is a statewide number certain preparation before entering the course . The preparation is considered ing system independent from the course numbers assigned by local California Since the preparation is advantageous to a student’s success in the course . community colleges . A C-ID number next to a course signals that participating recommended, the student is advised (but not required) to meet the condition California colleges and universities have determined that courses offered by before or in conjunction with enrollment in the course or educational program . other California community colleges are comparable in content and scope to EXAMPLE: courses offered on their own campuses, regardless of their unique titles or Eligibility for ENGL 100 C is recommended for POSC 100 C. Advisory: local course number . Thus, if a schedule of classes or catalog lists a course bearing a C-ID number, for example COMM 110, students at that college can be ASSIST assured that it will be accepted in lieu of a course bearing the C-ID COMM 110 ASSIST is a computerized student-transfer information system that can . In other words, the C-ID designation designation at another community college be accessed online . It displays reports of how course credits earned at one can be used to identify comparable courses at different community colleges . California community college can be applied when transferred to a CSU or UC However, students should always go to www .assist .org to confirm how each campus . ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public college’s course will be accepted at a particular four-year college or university colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date for transfer credit . information available about student transfer in California . ASSIST is available at: The C-ID numbering system is useful for students attending more than one www .assist .org . - community college and is applied to many of the transferable courses stu . Because these course requirements may dents need as preparation for transfer ASSOCIATE DEGREES FOR TRANSFER (ADT) change and because courses may be modified and qualified for or deleted from California Community Colleges are now offering Associate Degrees for Transfer the C-ID database, students should always check with a counselor to determine These may include Associate in Arts (AA-T) or Associate in (ADT) to the CSU . how C-ID designated courses fit into their educational plans for transfer . These degrees are designed to provide a clear path- Science (AS-T) degrees . way to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree . California community college .assist .org for specific Students may consult the ASSIST database at www students who are awarded an ADT degree are guaranteed admission with junior information on C-ID course designations . Counselors can always help students standing in the CSU system and given priority admission consideration to their interpret or explain this information . local CSU campus or to a program that is deemed similar to their community COURSE REFERENCE NUMBER (CRN) . This priority does not guarantee admission to specific majors or college major The is the unique five-digit code assigned to a course for a specific time CRN campuses . and day for identifying and registering into that course . bachelor’s The ADT degree is intended for students who plan to complete a Students who have been awarded degree in a similar major at a CSU campus . CULTURAL DIVERSITY (CUL DIV) an ADT are guaranteed to complete their remaining requirements for the As one of the requirements for graduation, a student must complete at least 120-unit baccalaureate degree within 60 semester or 90 quarter units after one course that focuses specifically on multicultural issues . The purpose of the transfer to a CSU only unless the major is designated “high-unit” major . To Graduation Requirement is to broaden and enhance the edu Cultural Diversity - view the most current list of Cypress College Associate Degrees for Transfer CUL DIV cational experience of the students at Cypress College . A designation and to find out which CSU campuses accept each degree, please go to under the course number and title indicates the course satisfies this graduation www .adegreewithaguarantee .com/Degrees . NOTE: Students pursuing an AA-T/AS-T are exempt from all local requirement . Current and prospective community college students in pursuit of an ADT are requirements; Cultural Diversity is not required for these degrees . encouraged to meet with a counselor to review their options and learn how to develop an educational plan that best meets their goals and needs as it relates ELECTIVE to university admission and transfer requirements . An is a course not required for graduation or a particular program . elective For example, a science student might take from non-science areas electives CHALLENGING ADVISORIES, COREQUISITES, . To assist in choosing which may include history, art, English, or political science AND/OR PREREQUISITES: electives , a student should consult a college counselor . An excess of elective Refer to the Class Schedule in this Academic Policies Affecting Students . units beyond what is needed for a student’s educational goal is not encouraged . COREQUISITE (COREQ) FEES When a course has a , a student is required to take a course in com - corequisite Refer to the Fee Calculation Worksheet in this Class Schedule . If there are an y Knowing the information presented bination with (or prior to) another course . additional mandatory fees for a class, they are listed under the course descrip - course is considered necessary in order for a student to corequisite in the tion in the Class Schedule .

20 18 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege .edu These are It is the student’s obligation to know and meet course prerequisites . GRADING stated in the course description sections of the and the current Class Schedule The grading symbols earned at Cypress College are A, B, C, D, F, I, IP, NP and P . . Prerequisites will be checked at registration . College Catalog The student may If a grading option is not listed, the class is available for a standard letter grade be required to obtain prerequisite clearance from the Counseling Center . (A, B, C, D, F) only . If only PASS/NO PASS is listed, the class is available for P or NP grading only . UNIT Course work at Cypress College is measured in terms of semester units . If PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION is listed, students have the option A course requires a minimum of three hours of student work per week, per of taking the class for a standard letter grade or pass/no pass . Students must This includes class time and/or demonstrated competency for each unit of unit . choose the option they wish, complete the necessary paperwork and submit it credit, prorated for short term, laboratory and activity courses . to the Admissions and Records Office no later than the fifth week of full semes- ter classes . The deadline for Summer, late start, short-term and open-entry classes is by 30% of the class meetings . PREREQUISITE prerequisite , a student must have certain knowledge to When a course has a be successful in the course . The prior knowledge may be a skill (types 35wpm), an ability (speaks and writes Spanish fluently), a test score or a successful completion of a prior course (must have completed ENGL 060 C with a grade of “C” or better) . is required prior to enrolling in the prerequisite Completion of the course, and D, F, NC or NP grades are not acceptable . Cypress College — Spring 2019 How to Read the Class Schedule CAMPUS CODES: C = Cypress College F = Fullerton College uesday Su = Su aturday S = S riday F = F ursday Th = Th ednesday W = W T = T onday M = M DAYS OF THE WEEK CODES: nday SUBJECT CODE COURSE NUMBER UNIT VALUE CAMPUS CODE* COURSE TITLE 4 Units ACCT 102 C TRANSFER DESIGNATION Managerial Accounting Transfer: UC/CSU PREREQUISITE/COREQUISITE/ADVISORY Prereq: ACCT 101 C with a grade of “C” or better Advisory: Knowledge of spreadsheet software recommended This course provides a foundation for advanced courses in managerial accounting . This COURSE DESCRIPTION { . course is required of all accounting and business administration majors • Plus one hour laboratory TBA per week • $3 .00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 11525 HY1 Cypress, HYBRID 8/15-12/16 Charles BOLD TYPE — lines that are in bold type Charles Cypress, BUS-320 7:00- 9:20P W ( 8/17) { indicate the class meets at 4:00 pm or later ( Charles 7:00- 9:20P Cypress, BUS-320 W 9/14) : This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online . On-campus HYBRID CLASS meetings are shown on the above lines . To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST enter your email address in myGateway COURSE COMMENTS { BEFORE enrolling in the class . For more information, go to www .CypressCollege . edu/ academics/ distance-education Marguerite Mulse, 8/15-12/16 TTh 8:30-10:50 A 11524 001 BUS-317 DATES FOR SHORT- TIME COURSE REFERENCE ROOM DAYS INSTRUCTOR SECTION TERM CLASSES NUMBER NUMBER (CRN) NUMBER The information depicted here is intended to reflect the varying items in the individual course listings on the following pages. For additional information, please see the myGateway registration pages beginning on page 10.

21 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 19 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME 5 Units ACCT 102 C Managerial Accounting Transfer: UC/CSU Accounting Prereq: ACCT 101 C with a grade of “C” or better Advisory: CIS 111 C and CIS 103 C 5 Units ACCT 101 C This is the study of how managers use accounting information in decision- Financial Accounting making, planning, directing operations and controlling. Transfer: UC/CSU Prempeh, Nyametease BUS-316 22371 101 7:00- 9:30 P MW Prereq: MATH 038 C or MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C with grades of “C” or 23478 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Sheridan-Solis, Ann better 1/29-1/31 TTh 9:30 A 8:00- BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann A course in beginning accounting that meets transfer requirements to four-year 2/5-2/7 8:00- 9:30 A TTh Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 colleges and universities and provides a foundation for vocational accounting or Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 8:00- 9:30 A TTh 2/12-2/14 other areas of business administration. Sheridan-Solis, Ann (2/26) T 9:30 A 8:00- BUS-320 Evelyn 20774 100 7:00- 9:30 P MW Sandoval, BUS-320 BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (3/5) T 9:30 A 8:00- 20754 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Manjra, Samreen BUS-320 8:00- 9:30 A T (3/12) Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-319 8:30-10:30 A TTh Manjra, Samreen 9:30 A (3/19) Sheridan-Solis, Ann 8:00- BUS-320 T HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (3/26) T 8:00- 9:30 A Required meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To (4/2) T 9:30 A 8:00- BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, 8:00- Sheridan-Solis, Ann 9:30 A T (4/9) BUS-320 go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 8:00- 9:30 A T (4/23) This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to T 8:00- 9:30 A (4/30) Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 the SI ad in this class schedule for more information. (5/7) T 9:30 A 8:00- BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 8:00- 9:30 A TTh 5/14-5/16 Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 20758 HY2 Manjra, Samreen 1/28-5/25 HYBRID Sheridan-Solis, Ann 8:00- 9:30 A T (5/21) BUS-320 Manjra, Samreen MW 10:45-12:45 P BUS-320 This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Required meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To Required meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this class schedule for more information. the SI ad in this class schedule for more information. 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 20775 HY2 Sheridan-Solis, Ann Sheridan-Solis, Ann 20768 HY3 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 1/28-1/30 MW 10:45-12:45 P BUS-319 1/29-1/31 BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 10:45-12:45 P TTh Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-319 W (2/13) 10:45-12:45 P Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 10:45-12:45 P TTh 2/5-2/7 BUS-319 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (2/27) W 10:45-12:45 P BUS-320 TTh Sheridan-Solis, Ann 10:45-12:45 P 2/12-2/14 10:45-12:45 P BUS-319 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (3/13) W T (2/19) Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 10:45-12:45 P BUS-319 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 10:45-12:45 P (3/27) W BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann TTh 10:45-12:45 P 2/26-2/28 10:45-12:45 P W BUS-319 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (4/10) (3/5) BUS-320 10:45-12:45 P T Sheridan-Solis, Ann Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-319 (5/1) W 10:45-12:45 P Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 TTh 3/12-3/14 10:45-12:45 P 10:45-12:45 P MW 5/13-5/15 Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-319 10:45-12:45 P T (3/19) BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (5/22) W BUS-319 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 10:45-12:45 P 10:45-12:45 P TTh BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 3/26-3/28 HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. 4/2-4/4 10:45-12:45 P TTh Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 Required meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (4/9) T 10:45-12:45 P avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, Sheridan-Solis, Ann 10:45-12:45 P TTh 4/23-4/25 BUS-320 go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Sheridan-Solis, Ann 4/30-5/2 10:45-12:45 P BUS-320 TTh 10:45-12:45 P T (5/7) Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to 5/14-5/16 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 10:45-12:45 P TTh BUS-320 the SI ad in this class schedule for more information. BUS-320 10:45-12:45 P TTh 5/21-5/23 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 1/28-5/25 20847 HY3 HYBRID Sheridan-Solis, Ann This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: 1/29-1/31 BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann TTh 3:00- 5:00 P Required meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To Sheridan-Solis, Ann 3:00- 5:00 P 2/5-2/7 BUS-320 TTh avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, Sheridan-Solis, Ann 3:00- 5:00 P TTh 2/12-2/14 BUS-320 go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. BUS-320 3:00- 5:00 P T (2/26) Sheridan-Solis, Ann This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 (3/5) T 5:00 P 3:00- the SI ad in this class schedule for more information. 3:00- 5:00 P BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (3/12) T BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann (3/19) T 5:00 P 3:00- 20771 HY4 Manjra, Samreen HYBRID 1/28-5/25 (3/26) BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann T 5:00 P 3:00- BUS-319 3:00- 5:00 P TTh Manjra, Samreen BUS-320 3:00- 5:00 P T (4/2) Sheridan-Solis, Ann HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. BUS-320 Sheridan-Solis, Ann 3:00- 5:00 P T (4/9) Required meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 3:00- 5:00 P T (4/23) avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, BUS-320 3:00- 5:00 P T (4/30) Sheridan-Solis, Ann go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. BUS-320 3:00- 5:00 P T (5/7) Sheridan-Solis, Ann This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to 3:00- 5:00 P TTh 5/14-5/16 Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 the SI ad in this class schedule for more information. 5:00 P T (5/21) 3:00- Sheridan-Solis, Ann BUS-320 HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Required meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To Looking for a Deadline? avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to classes. the SI ad in this class schedule for more information. • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

22 20 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INSTRUCTOR DATES DAYS DAYS AJ 140 C 3 Units Criminal Investigation Transfer: CSU Administration of Justice This course addresses the techniques, procedures, and ethical issues in the investigation of crime, including organization of the investigative process, crime 3 Units AJ 110 C scene searches, interviewing and interrogating, surveillance, source of infor - Intro to Criminal Justice mation, utility of evidence, scientific analysis of evidence and the role of the Transfer: UC/CSU investigator in the trial process. - This course introduces the criminal justice system in the United States by exam 23784 001 2:15- TE1-200 Browne, Timm W 5:25 P ining crime measurement, theoretical explanations, responses, components, and 5:55 P Jackson, Deryl TE1-200 2:45- F 24265 100 challenges of the current system. CRN 24265 — This is a dual listed class that will be taught alongside with high 2:40- 24285 DE3 5:50 P W Jackson, Deryl CSC school students. CRN 24265 and 24283 are cross-listed to a total 45 seat count. CRN 24285 — RESTRICTED — FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY: This is a dual TE1-200 Jackson, Deryl 5:55 P F 24283 DE 2:45- enrollment class that will be taught at Cypress High School. Before registering CRN 24283 — FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY: This is a dual listed class that for this class, HS students must complete the Special Admit Packet and return to will be taught alongside with college students together. Before registering for this Cypress College Admission and Records along with their Cypress College application. class, HS students must complete the Special Admit Packet and return to Cypress The Special Admit packet can be obtained via online or in admission and records College Admission and Records along with their Cypress College application. The office. The packet must be completed and signed by your HS counselor, Principal, Special Admit packet can be obtained via online or in admission and records office. and Guardian/Parents BEFORE the first day of class. Please contact dual enrollment The packet must be completed and signed by your HS counselor, Principal, and department at (714) 484-7213 for assistance. Guardian/Parents BEFORE the first day of class. Please contact Dual Enrollment Mellana, Thomas WAB 3:30- 24163 DE M 6:40 P Department at (714) 484-7213 for assistance. CRN 24163 RESTRICTED — FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY: This is a dual enrollment class that will be taught at Western High School. Before registering AJ 160 C 3 Units for this class, HS students must complete the Special Admit Packet and return to Community and the Justice System Cypress College Admission and Records along with their Cypress College application. Transfer: UC/CSU The Special Admit packet can be obtained via online or in admission and records office. The packet must be completed and signed by your HS counselor, Principal, This course examines the complex, dynamic relationship between the communi - and Guardian/Parents BEFORE the first day of class. Please contact dual enrollment ties and the justice system in addressing crime and conflict with an emphasis department at (714) 484-7213 for assistance. on the challenges and prospects of administering justice within a diverse multi - cultural population. Topics may include the consensus and conflicting values in 22945 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Taylor, Vincent culture, religion, and law. TE1-200 10:00-11:25 A Taylor, Vincent F 1/28-5/25 24156 001 11:50- TE1-216 Mellana, Thomas M 3:00 P HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid 24263 100 TE1-200 Webb, Ralph F 9:10 P 6:00- being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and CRN 24263 — This is a dual listed class that will be taught alongside with high you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For school students. CRN 24263 and 24284 are cross-listed to a total 45 seat count. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Webb, Ralph TE1-200 6:00- F 9:10 P 24284 DE Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. RESTRICTED — CRN 24284 — FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY: This is a dual listed class that will be taught alongside with college students together. Before 24262 OL ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Hannah, Michael registering for this class, HS students must complete the Special Admit Packet and - This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register ONLINE CLASS: return to Cypress College Admission and Records along with their Cypress College ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into application. The Special Admit packet can be obtained via online or in admission myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive and records office. The packet must be completed and signed by your HS counselor, important information regarding this course. For more information visit www. Principal, and Guardian/Parents BEFORE the first day of class. Please contact Dual CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Enrollment Department at (714) 484-7213 for assistance. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; AJ 120 C 3 Units Concepts of Criminal Law Transfer: UC/CSU Air Conditioning and Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in AJ 110 C Offers an analysis of criminal liability and the classification of crimes against Refrigeration persons, property, morals, and public welfare. Special emphasis on the definitions of common/statutory law and acceptable evidence. AC/R 035 C 2 Units Vincent TE1-220 24264 001 6:40 P 3:30- F Taylor, Building Commissioning CRN 24264 — This is a dual listed class that will be taught alongside with high This course is designed to instruct the student in the verification of new construc - school students. CRN 24264 and 24382 are cross-listed to a total 45 seat count tion, and the ongoing operation of the subsystems for HVAC. F Taylor, Vincent TE1-220 24382 DE 3:30- 6:40 P Urquidi, Carlos 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 20402 HY1 CRN 24382 — FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY: This is a dual listed class that 1:00- T 1/28-5/25 Urquidi, Carlos TE3-107 LAB 2:25 P will be taught alongside with college students together. Before registering for this HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid class, HS students must complete the Special Admit Packet and return to Cypress being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and College Admission and Records along with their Cypress College application. The you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Special Admit packet can be obtained via online or in admission and records office. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. The packet must be completed and signed by your HS counselor, Principal, and Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Guardian/Parents BEFORE the first day of class. Please contact Dual Enrollment Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Department at (714) 484-7213 for assistance. 22944 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Taylor, Vincent Taylor, 12:00- 1:25 P F TE1-200 Vincent are available for anyone who would Safety escorts HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Contact Campus Safety at (714) 484-7387 = Hybrid = Honors = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

23 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 21 / CypressCollege.edu ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS 2 Units AC/R 115 C 1 Unit AC/R 036 C Gas Heating & Carbon Monoxide Refrigerants, Charging and Recovery Transfer: CSU Prereq: AC/R 100 C This course is a basic study of gas heating systems which include the principles This course examines refrigerant properties, lubricants, proper and safe handling, of fuel combustion analysis and forced warmer air heat. Carbon monoxide and the refrigerant system evacuation, charging and recovery in a lecture/laboratory effects of incomplete combustion will be studied and analyzed. practice classroom. Students may take an optional EPA refrigerant and R-410A 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 20406 HY1 Hock, Richard certification exam. T TE3-101 2:25 P Hock, Richard LAB 1:00- 1/28-5/25 Urquidi, Carlos 23598 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid 7:30- TE3-107 LAB W Urquidi, Carlos 1/28-5/25 8:55 P being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 22298 HY2 Hock, Richard LAB Hock, Richard 4:25 P W 1/28-5/25 TE3-101 3:00- .5 to 1 Unit AC/R 050 C This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: HVAC-R Special Projects being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Prereq: AC/R 100 C or AC/R 105 C more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. An independent study for students demonstrating interest and competencies in Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; air conditioning and refrigeration technologies and applications not ordinarily Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; covered in the curriculum. 21875 001 4:10 P TE3-110 Urquidi, Carlos Th 1:00- 2 Units AC/R 125 C This is a fixed 1-unit lab and total contact lab hours is 54.40 for the semester. Boiler & Hydronic Heating AC/R 055 C 2 Units Transfer: CSU Technician Customer Relations This course covers the design, assembly, and operation of hot water boilers and This course provides guidelines and best practices for providing excellent field hot water piping distribution (hydronic). HYBRID 22968 HY2 1/28-5/25 Urquidi, Carlos service customer relations. LAB 1:00- 2:25 P W 1/28-5/25 Urquidi, Carlos TE3-107 20404 HY1 1/28-5/25 Urquidi, Carlos HYBRID HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid LAB 3:00- 4:25 P W 1/28-5/25 TE3-102 Urquidi, Carlos being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; HYBRID Urquidi, Carlos 22969 HY1 1/28-5/25 3:00- 4:25 P TE3-107 Urquidi, Carlos T LAB 1/28-5/25 1/28-5/25 Urquidi, Carlos 22296 HY2 HYBRID HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid LAB 6:25 P 1/28-5/25 W TE3-107 Urquidi, Carlos 5:00- being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; AC/R 145 C 2 Units AC/R 105 C 3 Units Load Calculation for Heat & Cool Electricity for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: AC/R 110 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course includes the basic electrical theory, concepts and principles, with hands- This is an advanced air conditioning class in which the student will learn how to on laboratory practice exercises, as applied to air conditioning and refrigeration. calculate the heating and cooling of a building. 5:00- 22297 100 Quezada, Mario T TE3-111 6:25 P 22652 HY1 HYBRID Hock, Richard 1/28-5/25 LAB TW 8:50 P 6:35- Quezada, Mario TE3-111 Hock, Richard TE3-101 4:25 P 3:00- LAB 1/28-5/25 T HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID Hock, Richard 1/28-5/25 20405 HY1 being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and TW 1/28-5/25 TE3-111 9:15 A 7:00- LAB Hock, Richard you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Students are recommended to take AC/R 105 C and EST 120 C classes concurrently AC/R 205 C 3 Units to meet the EST certificate program requirements. Commercial Air Conditioning Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Transfer: CSU Prereq: AC/R 100 C and AC/R 105 C with minimum grades of “C” 21742 HY2 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Hock, Richard This is an advanced course with emphasis on the air conditioning cycle. TW 1/28-5/25 Hock, Richard TE3-111 9:25-11:40 A LAB 7:15 P 5:00- 20407 LAB Strickland, Ronnie TE3-102 TW HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid TE3-102 Strickland, Ronnie T 8:50 P 7:25- 100 being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Students are recommended to take AC/R 105 C and EST 120 C classes concurrently to meet the EST certificate program requirements. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

24 22 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DATES CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM INSTRUCTOR DAYS ANTH 101LC 1 Unit AC/R 215 C 3 Units Codes & Estimating for HVACR Biological Anthropology Lab Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ANTH 101 C or ANTH Advisory: AC/R 137 C 101HC with minimum grades of “C” This course is a lab class in which the student will be able to estimate air condi- This course provides an introduction to experiential and experimental laboratory tioning systems. Building and mechanical codes and inspection procedures will research methods used in biological anthropology. A visit to a regional zoo is be covered. 20408 HY1 Urquidi, Carlos 1/28-5/25 HYBRID required. Zoo admissions range $10.00-$45.00. 1/28-5/25 LAB Urquidi, Carlos TE3-107 9:25-11:40 A TW F 3:40 P 20093 001 12:30- HUM-332 Flores, Dia Nanette This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: 6:35 P 22412 002 3:25- T Clifford, Robert HUM-332 being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and 7:10 P HUM-332 Staff 20104 101 4:00- Th you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For W Flores, Dia Nanette HUM-332 20106 100 6:30- 9:40 P more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. T HUM-332 Clifford, Robert 23828 103 7:00-10:10 P Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; ANTH 102 C 3 Units Cultural Anthropology Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course explores the nature of culture and how it guides human behavior. Topics include language, subsistence, economics, social and political organiza- Anthropology tion, marriage, kinship, religion, the arts, and culture change in societies around the world. Duplicate credit not granted for ANTH 102HC. 3 Units ANTH 101 C Zeoli, Katie 22857 001 HUM-325 TTh 10:40-12:05 P Biological Anthropology HUM-314 Salsitz, Maureen MW 1:40 P 20111 004 12:15- Transfer: UC/CSU 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 20203 OL1 Floyd, Becky Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C ONLINE CLASS: - This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register This course introduces the biological and physical aspects of what it means to be ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into human from a scientific and evolutionary perspective. Duplicate credit not granted myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive for ANTH 101HC or ANTH 201 C. important information regarding this course. For more information visit http://www. 7:30- MW 22413 010 HUM-332 Flores, Dia Nanette 8:55 A CypressCollege.edu/ad/faculty.aspx?ID=bfloyd. 8:55 A 7:30- 21755 008 HUM-332 Zeoli, Ka TTh tie Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; 23191 011 9:00-12:10 P F Little, Lisa HUM-332 Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 20087 001 MW 9:05-10:30 A Floyd, Becky HUM-332 Zeoli, Ka TTh HUM-332 9:05-10:30 A 20088 002 tie 3 Units ANTH 103 C HUM-332 20089 003 10:40-12:05 P MW Salsitz, Maureen Introduction to Archaeology HUM-332 Magginetti, Giovanni TTh 10:40-12:05 P 20090 004 Transfer: UC/CSU 21652 006 12:15- 1:40 P MW Little, Lisa HUM-332 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C HUM-332 1:40 P 20091 005 12:15- TTh Floyd, Becky 21732 007 1:50- 3:15 P MW Salsitz, Maureen HUM-332 This course is an introduction to the basic principles, theories, and methods of Magginetti, Giovanni HUM-332 22411 009 1:50- 3:15 P TTh archaeology: how sites are discovered, excavated, analyzed and published. HUM-332 Clifford, Robert M 9:40 P 6:30- 20092 100 TTh 9:05-10:30 A 21556 001 HUM-314 Goralski, Craig Goralski, Craig ONLINE 20201 OL1 1/28-5/25 ANTH 105 C 3 Units ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor - Transfer: UC/CSU mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C academics/distance-education. In this introduction to linguistic anthropology, students will learn how language is Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; a fundamental aspect of our humanity, as well as how linguists study language. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 21174 001 10:40-12:05 P MW Floyd, Becky HUM-314 20202 OL2 ONLINE Floyd, Becky 1/28-3/24 ONLINE CLASS: This first 8-week short term online class meets entirely online. ANTH 107 C 3 Units BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have Magic, Witchcraft and Religion entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may Transfer: UC/CSU receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C http://www.CypressCollege.edu/ad/faculty.aspx?ID=bfloyd. This anthropology of religion course is a cross-cultural exploration of religious Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; beliefs and practices including myth, symbolism, magic, sorcery, and witchcraft, Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. among other topics. Magginetti, Jaclyn 23192 OL3 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 TTh 20114 001 10:40-12:05 P HUM-314 Floyd, Becky ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for 6:30- 9:40 P HUM-314 24089 100 anni Magginetti, Giov T this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Floyd, Becky 24091 OL1 - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor This second 8-week short-term class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE CLASS: mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered academics/distance-education. into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; important information regarding this course. For more information, visit http://www. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; CypressCollege.edu/ad/faculty.aspx?ID=bfloyd. 1/28-3/24 24088 OL4 ONLINE Magginetti, Jaclyn Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; This first 8-week short term online class meets entirely online. ONLINE CLASS: Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. = Honors = Hybrid = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Online

25 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 23 / CypressCollege.edu ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS ANTH 121 C 3 Units Native North America Transfer: UC/CSU, CUL DIV Art Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C - This course is an anthropological survey of the cultures of Native American soci ART 100 C 3 Units eties of North America. Fundamentals of Art Goralski, Craig HUM-314 20115 001 9:05-10:30 A MW Transfer: UC/CSU An introduction to the visual elements, visual media and history. 3 Units ANTH 231 C • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Field Course in Archaeology I • Cost of museum visit and materials will not exceed $20. Transfer: CSU Arriola-Nickell, Gail FA-225 20003 003 8:00- 9:25 A MW Advisory: ANTH 103 C 20002 002 8:00-11:10 A F FA-225 Hanson, Michael - This course provides practical experience in field archaeology through a combina TTh 20001 001 FA-225 De Magalhaes, Nzuji 9:05-10:30 A FA-225 23481 007 9:45-11:10 A MW De Magalhaes, Nzuji tion of lectures and laboratory hours in a fieldwork setting. 4:30 P 1:20- 23070 006 odd FA-112 Brainard, T M 4:00 P S Goralski, Craig HUM-332 9:00- 24092 800 2/2-2/9 1:20- 4:30 P W Dougherty, Sarah FA-112 20005 005 S 4:00 P Goralski, Craig 9:00- (2/23) HUM-332 Giardina, Edward 20004 004 4:20- 5:45 P TTh FA-225 Goralski, Craig 3:30 P 3/2-4/7 SSu 9:30- 22436 103 9:10 P M Rohkea, Seija FA-112 6:00- 9:30- 3:30 P SSu 4/27-5/19 Goralski, Craig FA-225 Heather Walker, T 9:10 P 6:00- 20006 102 This full semester class will meet on campus for three Saturdays: February 2nd, Feb - 23069 104 FA-112 6:00- 9:10 P Dougherty, Sarah W ruary 9th (Note: NO class held on Presidents’ Holiday Weekend, February 15-18th) Hanson, Michael FA-112 9:10 P 6:00- 20462 101 Th and February 23rd, 2019, from 9:00 am-4:00 pm in HUM-332, which includes a 1-hour mid-day lunch break. Students should park in Parking Lot 1. The Onsite Archaeological fieldwork will be held in the local surrounding mountains every Sat - 3 Units ART 110 C urday and Sunday from 9:30 am-3:30 pm, which includes a .5-hour mid-day lunch Introduction to Art break, on the following dates: March 2-3, March 9-10, March 16-17, March 23-24, Transfer: UC/CSU March 30-31, April 6-7, April 13-14, April 27-28, May 4-5, May 11-12, and ending Advisory: Completion of ENGL 100 C May 18-19, 2019. (NOTE: There will not be any onsite fieldwork classes for April This course introduces the student to the purposes, materials, themes, history and 13-14 due to a faculty conference or on April 20-21 for Spring Break.) BEFORE significance of art and artists. Major writing assignments are required. registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive • Cost of museum visit will not exceed $15 important information regarding this course. You may also contact Dr. Craig Goralski 21775 001 10:00- FA-311 Gutierrez, Daniela F 1:10 P at [email protected] The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the index in the back of this class schedule for more information. ANTH 232 C 3 Units Field Course in Archaeology II ART 111 C 3 Units Transfer: CSU Prereq: ANTH 231 C with a minimum grade of “C” Survey of Art History I This course provides intermediate level practical experience in field archaeology Transfer: UC/CSU through a combination of lectures and laboratory hours in a fieldwork setting. Advisory: Completion of ENGL 100 C Students will build on the skills introduced in ANTH 231 C and will learn additional This course presents ancient and medieval art in Western and Non-Western skills intended to prepare them for entry-level Cultural Resource Management cultures. Major writing assignments are required. positions. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION S HUM-332 9:00- 4:00 P 2/2-2/9 Goralski, Craig 24093 800 • Cost of museum visit will not exceed $15 9:00- 4:00 P S HUM-332 Goralski, Craig (2/23) Owen Driggs, Janet 20463 001 10:40-12:05 P TTh FA-112 3/2-4/6 SSu 3:30 P 9:30- Goralski, Craig 3:30 P 9:30- SSu 4/27-5/19 Goralski, Craig ART 112 C 3 Units - This full semester class will meet on campus for three Saturdays: February 2nd, Feb Survey of Art History II ruary 9th (Note: NO class held on Presidents’ Holiday Weekend, February 15-18th) Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU and February 23rd, 2019, from 9:00 am-4:00 pm in HUM-332, which includes a Advisory: Completion of ENGL 100 C 1-hour mid-day lunch break. Students should park in Parking Lot 1. The Onsite This course covers Renaissance to modern art history. Major writing assignments - Archaeological fieldwork will be held in the local surrounding mountains every Sat are required. Duplicate credit not granted for ART 112HC. urday and Sunday from 9:30 am-3:30 pm, which includes a .5-hour mid-day lunch • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION break, on the following dates: March 2-3, March 9-10, March 16-17, March 23-24, • Cost of museum visit will not exceed $15 March 30-31, April 6-7, April 27-28, May 4-5, May 11-12, and ending May 18-19, MW 9:05-10:30 A Owen Driggs, Janet FA-311 20464 001 2019. (NOTE: There will not be any onsite fieldwork classes for April 13-14 due to a faculty conference or on April 20-21 for Spring Break.) BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as ART 112HC 3 Units - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa Honors Survey of Art History II tion regarding this course. You may also contact Dr. Craig Goralski at [email protected] Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU CypressCollege.edu. Advisory: Completion of ENGL 100 C This is an enhanced course that traces the development of Western art ANTH 299 C 1 Unit from the Renaissance to the Modern era. Duplicate credit not granted for Anthropology Independent Study ART 112 C. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU • Cost of museum visits will not exceed $15.00 per visit Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract FA-311 Owen Driggs, Janet MW 9:05-10:30 A 23305 001 Independent study is for advanced students who wish to extend their knowledge in a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 times. 1/28-5/25 20135 400 HUM-238 Floyd, Becky Students must contact a full time instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

26 24 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS 3 Units ART 114 C 3 Units ART 131 C Modern Art History Intermediate Printmaking Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Completion of ENGL 100 C Prereq: ART 130 C with a minimum grade of “C” An historical survey of 20th and 21st century art. Major written assignments are This intermediate course will continue with exploration and technical problem required. solving in fine art printing medias such as etching, lithography, screen printing • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION and woodcut. • Cost of museum visit will not exceed $15.00 • $10.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION MW Owen Driggs, Janet 20465 001 FA-311 11:20-12:45 P 22223 001 FA-222 Christy, Carleton 4:30 P MW 1:20- ART 120 C 3 Units 3 Units ART 149 C Two-Dimensional Design Beginning Sculpture Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU This course provides the foundation for all visual arts, by examining the concepts, This course will introduce students to sculptural principles and techniques using a terminology, techniques and materials used in two-dimensional design. variety of materials. Students will be exposed to both historical and contemporary • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION sculptural art. FA-221 20007 001 9:00-12:10 P TTh Giardina, Edward • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION FA-221 aul Paiement, P MW 4:30 P 20008 002 1:20- • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 1:20- 24257 001 FA-130 Giardina, Edward MW 4:30 P 3 Units ART 121 C ART 150 C 3 Units Three-Dimensional Design Transfer: UC/CSU Ceramics Handbuilding Course is an extension of ART 120 C, Two-Dimensional Design, into more complex Transfer: UC/CSU 3-D concepts and color interactions. Students will learn ceramic handbuilding to convey ideas, images, and feelings. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Ceramic terminology and visual vocabulary will be covered as well. 9:00-12:10 P 20009 001 FA-130 Giardina, Edward MW • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION FA-129 20011 001 MW Schulps, Molly 9:00-12:10 P 1:10 P 20021 003 10:00- FA-129 Schulps, Molly TTh ART 123 C 3 Units FA-129 Schulps, Molly MW 4:30 P 1:20- 20016 002 Color Theory 20026 101 FA-129 Beierle, Mary MW 9:10 P 6:00- Transfer: UC/CSU This is a basics course in color theory. You will study color with an application 3 Units ART 151 C pertaining to painting, drawing, photography, media arts and design. Material fees Ceramics Throwing are for materials provided by the department. Transfer: UC/CSU • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Students will learn to use the potter’s wheel as a tool to convey ideas, images, 1:20- 4:30 P Ghuloum, Rema FA-221 21776 001 TTh and feelings. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 3 Units ART 130 C FA-129 20012 001 9:00-12:10 P MW Schulps, Molly Introduction to Printmaking 1:10 P Schulps, Molly FA-129 TTh 20022 003 10:00- Transfer: UC/CSU 1:20- FA-129 Schulps, Molly MW 20017 002 4:30 P This introductory course presents the artist with concepts and techniques of MW FA-129 9:10 P 6:00- 20027 101 Beierle, Mary drawing, design, and color through the use of fine art printing medias such as etching, lithography, and woodcut. 3 Units ART 152 C • $10.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Technical and Conceptual Ceramics FA-222 20010 001 1:20- 4:30 P MW Christy, Carleton Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ART 150 C or ART 151 C This course deals with advanced technical skills in ceramic construction and visual concepts. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 20013 001 9:00-12:10 P MW Schulps, Molly FA-129 The Career Planning Center Schulps, Molly 20023 003 10:00- 1:10 P TTh FA-129 1:20- 4:30 P MW Schulps, Molly FA-129 20018 002 Your roadmap to SUCCESS starts here. 20028 101 6:00- 9:10 P MW Beierle, Mary FA-129 ART 153 C 3 Units Ceramic Studio Exploration Transfer: UC/CSU Explore College Majors and Careers Prereq: ART 152 C with a minimum grade of “C” • This course focuses on the advanced technical and conceptual skills of ceramics. Make Informed Decisions • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • 9:00-12:10 P Schulps, Molly FA-129 MW 20014 001 Prepare for your Job Search FA-129 1:10 P 20024 003 10:00- Schulps, Molly TTh • 20019 002 MW FA-129 Schulps, Molly 4:30 P 1:20- 9:10 P MW 6:00- FA-129 20029 101 Beierle, Mary The Career Planning Center (Student Center Bldg, 2nd Floor) www.CypressCollege.edu/services/cpc = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

27 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 25 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME ART 182 C 3 Units ART 154 C 3 Units Ceramic Aesthetics and Finishes Beginning Drawing Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU This course is an introduction to drawing. This class is designed to develop Prereq: ART 153 C with a minimum grade of “C” perceptual skills as well as abstract considerations in drawing. A variety of media This class explores various firing processes, glaze exploration and is designed for will be covered. the advanced ceramic student. aul Paiement, P FA-313 9:00-12:10 P 20031 001 MW • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Brainard, Todd TTh 20033 003 9:00-12:10 P FA-313 Schulps, Molly FA-129 20015 001 9:00-12:10 P MW 3:30 P Andrea FA-225 20032 002 12:20- TTh Bersaglieri Najarian, Schulps, Molly TTh 1:10 P 20025 003 10:00- FA-129 FA-225 20034 101 6:00- MW Christy, Carleton 9:10 P 4:30 P FA-129 1:20- MW Schulps, Molly 20020 002 6:00- MW Beierle, Mary FA-129 20030 101 9:10 P ART 183 C 3 Units Intermediate Drawing .5 to 2 Units ART 155 C Transfer: UC/CSU Art Open Laboratory Prereq: ART 182 C with a minimum grade of “C” Transfer: CSU This course is a deeper exploration of contemporary concepts, materials, Coreq: Concurrent enrollment in ART 120 C, ART 130 C, ART 150 C-154 C, and techniques of drawing. Emphasis is placed on experimentation and skills ART 182 C, ART 185 C or ART 244 C development. This course is designed as an open lab. Working time TBA. May be taken for FA-313 22226 001 aul Paiement, P MW 9:00-12:10 P credit 4 times. 22234 003 Brainard, Todd FA-313 9:00-12:10 P TTh 1/28-5/25 20040 001 FA-129 Schulps, Molly FA-225 22228 002 12:20- 3:30 P Andrea Bersaglieri Najarian, TTh Mandatory Organizational meeting on Friday, February 1st at 10 am in FA-129. Christy, Carleton 9:10 P FA-225 6:00- 22237 101 MW The lab is open Tuesday and Thursday, 1:10 pm-2:40 pm and Friday from 9:00 am-12:20 pm. ART 184 C 3 Units Advanced Drawing ART 161 C 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Gallery Studies I (formerly ART 122 C) Prereq: ART 183 C Transfer: CSU This course is a study of advanced drawing problems including traditional and In this introductory course in Gallery Studies students will be introduced to instal - contemporary drawing methods. Emphasis is placed on developing a body of lation practices required to work in gallery and museum environments. Course work. will introduce Art handling, conservation, visitor relations, installation, construc - 22227 001 FA-313 aul Paiement, P MW 9:00-12:10 P tion and maintenance. FA-313 Brainard, Todd 9:00-12:10 P 22235 003 TTh FA-130 23487 001 12:20- 3:30 P TTh Owen Driggs, Janet 3:30 P 22229 002 12:20- TTh FA-225 Andrea Bersaglieri Najarian, MW 9:10 P 22238 101 Christy, Carleton FA-225 6:00- ART 162 C 3 Units 3 Units ART 185 C Gallery Studies 2 Transfer: CSU Beginning Life Drawing Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ART 161 C with a minimum grade of “C” Advisory: ART 182 C In this intermediate course students will learn to organize and market exhibitions Beginning Life Drawing is an introduction to the representational and expressive in gallery and museum environments. Course topics include: Curatorial methods drawing of the human figure. It is a foundation for figure painting. The course and ethics, exhibition design and management, promotion, community relations, provides an opportunity for exploration of various methods, approaches, and and development of related exhibition programming. media in figure drawing. 3:30 P TTh Owen Driggs, Janet 23488 001 12:20- FA-130 MW 9:00-12:10 P 20035 001 A-312 F than Rohlander, Na FA-312 9:00- 20036 002 Quaye, Kaleeka 3:30 P F 3 Units ART 163 C Gallery Studies 3 ART 186 C 3 Units Transfer: CSU Intermediate Life Drawing Prereq: ART 162 C with a minimum grade of “C” Transfer: UC/CSU In this advanced course students will learn to develop their careers as a working Prereq: ART 185 C with a minimum grade of “C” - artist and present their work for exhibition. Course topics include: portfolio devel An intermediate course in drawing the human figure. Emphasis is on refinement opment, marketing, networking, grants, and continued education, internships, of skills and exploration of media and personal expression. and residencies. than FA-312 22241 001 9:00-12:10 P MW Rohlander, Na 3:30 P TTh Owen Driggs, Janet FA-130 23489 001 12:20- 3:30 P F Quaye, Kaleeka FA-312 22242 002 9:00- 3 Units ART 174 C 3 Units ART 187 C Jewelry Design Advanced Life Drawing Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC/CSU A course covering the design and construction of jewelry and small fabricated Prereq: ART 186 C with a minimum grade of “C” metal pieces. An advanced course in drawing the human figure, its emphasis is focused on • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION review of previous drawing exercises, refinement of techniques and advanced MW FA-130 Radosevich, John 22224 101 9:10 P 6:00- studio problems. Rohlander, Na FA-312 22902 001 9:00-12:10 P MW than 9:00- 22903 002 FA-312 Quaye, Kaleeka F 3:30 P 3 Units ART 175 C Metalsmithing Transfer: CSU Prereq: ART 174 C A course covering metalsmithing and construction techniques. • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Radosevich, John MW 22225 101 6:00- 9:10 P FA-130 Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

28 26 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM ART 191 C 3 Units 3 Units ART 216 C Latin American Art Life Painting Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU This course is a survey of arts and architecture of Mexico, Central America, and Prereq: ART 185 C or ART 189 C South America from 1200 BC to the late 20th century. Cost of museum visit will - Painting from the human figure with emphasis on the use of color, light, composi tion and form. Individual interpretation and expression will also be encouraged. not exceed $15.00. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Use of oil or acrylic mediums. 9:00- 20037 001 3:30 P Quaye, Kaleeka FA-312 F FA-112 Gutierrez, Daniela MW 23357 001 10:10-11:35 A 3 Units ART 193 C ART 244 C 3 Units Portrait Painting Illustration Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: CSU Advisory: ART 182 C Prereq: ART 191 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course is an introduction to the art and business of illustration. Drawing, This is an advanced course in Life Painting that focuses on the portrait. - rendering and composition skills are extended to problems in commercial illustra Representational and interpretive observation of facial features will be explored tion. Variety of techniques and media. through different painting mediums. Use of Oil or Acrylic Mediums. F 3:30 P 9:00- 22483 001 FA-312 Quaye, Kaleeka • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION FA-225 McMillan, Jeffrey MW 4:30 P 20038 001 1:20- 3 Units ART 194 C ART 299 C .5 to 2 Units Beginning Painting (formerly ART 189 C) Transfer: UC/CSU Independent Study Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU The purpose of this course is to approach painting as a creative and problem- Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract solving process and as a means of self-expression. Emphasis will be placed on - This is a course that is designed for the student to pursue an increased knowl development of technique/formal skills and the realization of a personal artistic edge of a particular art discipline. May be taken for credit 4 times. vision. 9:00-12:10 P TTh Anderson, David FA-312 22251 001 PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • FA-312 6:00- 9:10 P TTh Paiement, P aul 22254 101 Schulps, Molly 1/28-5/25 20039 400 To enroll in the above class email the instructor at [email protected] ART 195 C 3 Units Intermediate Painting Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ART 194 C This course is further exploration of materials, techniques and concepts of Astronomy painting. Emphasis is placed on experimentation and skills development. FA-312 9:00-12:10 P 22252 001 Anderson, David TTh ASTR 116 C 3 Units 22256 101 6:00- 9:10 P TTh Paiement, P aul FA-312 Introduction to Astronomy Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 3 Units ART 196 C This course provides an overview of the physical universe and includes topics Advanced Painting such as the night sky, the solar system, stars, the Milky Way galaxy, extra- Transfer: UC/CSU solar planets, cosmology, and extraterrestrial life. Duplicate credit not given for Prereq: ART 195 C ASTR 116HC. This course is a study of advanced painting problems including traditional and PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • contemporary painting methods. Emphasis is placed on developing a body of Asbell, Jessica F 9:00-12:10 P 22503 004 SEM-124 work. 9:45-11:10 A 21394 002 SEM-126 Michael Frey, TTh 9:00-12:10 P Anderson, David TTh 22253 001 FA-312 SEM-126 1:30 P MW Frey, Michael 21395 003 12:05- 22260 101 FA-312 TTh 9:10 P Paiement, P 6:00- aul 22873 005 2:00- 3:25 P TTh Frey, Michael SEM-124 21760 100 9:10 P M Hugenberger, Scott SEM-113 6:00- SEM-113 6:00- 9:10 P W Hugenberger, Scott 21396 101 1/28-5/25 21428 HY1 HYBRID Armale, Ron SEM-124 8:45-10:10 A M Armale, Ron HYBRID CLASS: The above hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. WHAT’S YOUR MAJOR? On-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above. More information: STILL EXPLORING YOUR OPTIONS? www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Let the Career Planning Center be your Guide. HYBRID Armale, Ron 22317 HY2 1/28-5/25 W Armale, Ron SEM-124 8:45-10:10 A The above hybrid class meets 51% on campus and 49% online. HYBRID CLASS: On-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you Counselors • Classes • Workshops • Resource Library MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above. More information: www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. ASTR 116HC 3 Units EXPLORE SELF DECISION JOB & CAREER EDUCATIONAL MAJORS & Honors Introduction to Astronomy ASSESSMENTS MAKING PREPARATION PLANNING CAREERS Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU An enhanced introduction to the concepts of astronomy. Topics include the solar system, extrasolar planets, stars, black holes, galaxies, cosmology, and life in the universe. Duplicate credit not given for ASTR 116 C. SEM-104 Frey, 21397 001 MW Michael 9:40-11:05 A For additional information, please contact the Career Planning Center at (714) 484-7120 or email [email protected] = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

29 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 27 ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DAYS INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR DATES ACR 004 C ASTR 117 C 1 Unit 6 Units Astronomy Lab Auto Collision Repair Tech IV Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ACR 003 C with a minimum grade of “C” Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ASTR 116 C or completion This course will cover major body repairs with welded panel replacement, panel of or concurrent enrollment in ASTR 116HC with a minimum grade of “C” alignment, upholstery removal and replacement with advanced metal work, Astronomical measurements, stellar photometry, Kepler’s laws, Time, Coordinate including straightening of frames and the types of equipment. systems, Star Finders, properties of stars and galaxies, structure of the universe • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION and Hubble’s Law. Duplicate credit not given for ASTR 117HC. 8:20- TE1-111 Snook, Daniel W 9:45 A 20962 001 SEM-104 Asbell, Jessica F 1:00- 4:10 P 22504 004 TE1-111 LAB W 4:45 P 9:55- Snook, Daniel Hugenberger, Scott 2:40- 21399 002 T 5:50 P SEM-104 TE1-111 Snook, Daniel 9:45 A 8:20- Th SEM-104 21398 001 2:40- 5:50 P W Asbell, Jessica Snook, Daniel TE1-111 LAB 9:55-12:35 P Th 2:55- Frey, 21761 003 SEM-104 M Michael 6:05 P ACR 001 C, 002 C, 003 C, and 004 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count for 4 classes is 24. Ramos, Larry MW 6:00- 20966 100 7:25 P TE1-111 LAB 7:35-10:05 P Ramos, Larry TE1-111 MW TE1-111 Ramos, Larry T LAB 6:00-10:10 P Automotive Collision Repair ACR 001 C, 002 C, 003 C, and 004 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count for 4 classes is 24. 6 Units ACR 001 C ACR 007 C 6 Units Auto Collision Repair Tech I Refinishing Technician I Progressive course covering the principles and fundamentals of auto collision - Students will learn the use of basic auto refinishing water base materials, equip repair with emphasis on tools of the trade and their proper use. ment, procedures and techniques necessary to properly prepare and refinish the • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 9:45 A 8:20- 20460 001 W Snook, Daniel TE1-111 modern automobile. 9:55- 4:45 P W Snook, Daniel TE1-111 LAB • Formerly ACR 011 C 9:45 A 8:20- TE1-111 Snook, Daniel Th • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION LAB 9:55-12:35 P Th Snook, Daniel TE1-111 M 21909 002 Ramos, Larr y TE1-111 9:00-11:30 A ACR 001 C, 002 C, 003 C, and 004 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count M Ramos, Larry TE1-111 LAB 11:40- 1:05 P for 4 classes is 24. Th 12:45- TE1-111 3:15 P Ramos, Larry 20963 100 6:00- 7:25 P MW Ramos, Larry TE1-111 4:50 P 3:25- LAB TE1-111 Ramos, Larry Th LAB 7:35-10:05 P TE1-111 Ramos, Larry MW ACR 007 C, 008 C, and 009 C are cross listed. A total seat count for three classes Ramos, Larry TE1-111 T 6:00-10:10 P LAB is 24. ACR 001 C, 002 C, 003 C, and 004 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count Snook, Daniel M 4:30 P 2:00- 24213 001 TE1-111 for 4 classes is 24. TE1-111 T Snook, Daniel 8:30-11:00 A Snook, Daniel TE1-111 2:20 P LAB 11:10- T ACR 007 C, 008 C, and 009 C are cross listed. A total seat count for three classes 6 Units ACR 002 C is 24. Auto Collision Repair Tech II Prereq: ACR 001 C with a minimum grade of “C” ACR 008 C 6 Units Progressive course covering the principles and fundamentals of auto collision Refinishing Technician II repair with emphasis on tools of the trade and their proper use and metal working Prereq: ACR 007 C with a minimum grade of “C” techniques. Students will learn the use of basic auto refinishing water base materials, equip - • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 9:45 A TE1-111 Snook, Daniel W 8:20- 20461 001 ment, procedures and techniques necessary to properly prepare and refinish the LAB 9:55- 4:45 P W Snook, Daniel TE1-111 modern automobile and related body parts. Th 8:20- 9:45 A Snook, Daniel TE1-111 • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION TE1-111 Snook, Daniel Th 9:55-12:35 P LAB 24214 002 9:00-11:30 A y TE1-111 M Ramos, Larr ACR 001 C, 002 C, 003 C, and 004 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count Ramos, Larry TE1-111 M 1:05 P LAB 11:40- for 4 classes is 24. 12:45- Ramos, Larry 3:15 P Th TE1-111 Ramos, Larry MW 7:25 P TE1-111 20964 100 6:00- TE1-111 LAB 3:25- 4:50 P Th Ramos, Larry 7:35-10:05 P TE1-111 Ramos, Larry MW LAB ACR 007 C, 008 C, and 009 C are cross listed. A total seat count for three classes TE1-111 Ramos, Larry 6:00-10:10 P LAB T is 24. ACR 001 C, 002 C, 003 C, and 004 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count 2:00- TE1-111 Snook, Daniel M 21910 001 4:30 P for 4 classes is 24. Snook, Daniel TE1-111 T 8:30-11:00 A Snook, Daniel TE1-111 LAB 11:10- 2:20 P T ACR 007 C, 008 C, and 009 C are cross listed. A total seat count for three classes ACR 003 C 6 Units is 24. Auto Collision Repair Tech III Prereq: ACR 002 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course will cover major body repairs with welded panel replacement, panel alignment, upholstery removal and replacement. Glass removal and replacement with advanced metal work, including straightening of frames and the types of Student Responsibility to Add and Drop Classes equipment. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION It is your responsibility to officially add and drop 20466 001 8:20- TE1-111 Snook, Daniel W 9:45 A within published deadlines printed in the Class LAB 9:55- 4:45 P W Snook, Daniel TE1-111 TE1-111 Snook, Daniel Th 9:45 A 8:20- Schedule. The neglect of adding or dropping may LAB 9:55-12:35 P Th Snook, Daniel TE1-111 ACR 001 C, 002 C, 003 C, and 004 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count result in no credit or a substandard grade or “W” for 4 classes is 24. 20965 100 6:00- 7:25 P MW TE1-111 Ramos, Larry posted on your permanent record. MW 7:35-10:05 P LAB TE1-111 Ramos, Larry LAB 6:00-10:10 P T Ramos, Larry TE1-111 ACR 001 C, 002 C, 003 C, and 004 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count for 4 classes is 24. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

30 28 / CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 INSTRUCTOR DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM DATES CRN SEC TIME 3 Units ACR 070 C ACR 009 C 6 Units Automotive Color Matching Refinishing Technician III Prereq: ACR 008 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course is an introduction to the concepts and techniques of matching colors Students will learn the use of advanced auto refinishing, preparation of plastic as applied to automobiles. It covers color, light, and vision theory, spraygun application techniques and extensive use of solid, metallic, and pearl color match bumpers, plastic repair identification, repair of bumpers as applied to refinishing, tri stage application, color matching of both base coat and mid coat for tri stage exercises. The class will be using automotive paint mixing systems. 20971 100 9:10 P T Bugbee, Walter TE3-107 6:00- application repair. Preparing the student for refinishing both the custom and modern automobile. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 9:00-11:30 A M TE1-111 y Ramos, Larr 24215 002 Ramos, Larry TE1-111 LAB 11:40- 1:05 P M TE1-111 Th 3:15 P 12:45- Ramos, Larry Automotive Technology 3:25- 4:50 P Th Ramos, Larry TE1-111 LAB ACR 007 C, 008 C, and 009 C are cross listed. A total seat count for three classes is 24. .5 to 3 Units AT 050 C Snook, Daniel 22289 001 2:00- 4:30 P M TE1-111 Automotive Technology Special Projects. TE1-111 8:30-11:00 A T Snook, Daniel Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in AT 120 C or AT 130 C or TE1-111 T 2:20 P LAB 11:10- Snook, Daniel AT 140 C or AT 150 C or AT 200 C with minimum grades of “C” ACR 007 C, 008 C, and 009 C are cross listed. A total seat count for three classes This course is designed to offer the student a supervised independent program to is 24. continue their studies in automotive technology. Only approved project work will be allowed. May be taken for credit 4 times. 3 Units ACR 012 C • $30.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Collision Damage Appraisal 22607 001 1/28-5/25 Orozco, Luciano TE1-105B This course is designed to prepare students to enter the field of collision damage Students MUST contact instructor [email protected] to confirm weekly appraisal. contact hours obligation. Mandatory on-campus meeting is on Monday, January 28, TE3-107 Barcello, Roxana 20967 100 7:00-10:10 P Th 2019 at 12:00 noon. This is a variable unit class and contact hours are as follows: 3 Units ACR 020 C .5 unit — 27.20 semester contact hours 1 unit — 54.40 semester contact hours Auto Detail/Car Care - Beginning 2 units — 108.80 semester contact hours - Course covers identification of paint conditions, use of car care chemicals, main 3 units — 160 semester contact hours tenance of the paint surface, and customer communication. Terwilliger, Edward 7:05 P Th 5:00- TE1-111 20968 100 Terwilliger, Th 7:15-10:25 P LAB Edward TE1-110 AT 101 C 3 Units ACR 020 C and 021 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count for 2 classes Survey of the Automobile is 24. Transfer: CSU Basic knowledge of the automobile is covered; including engines, power trains, 3 Units ACR 021 C suspension and brakes, electrical and fuel systems. Designed for discussion and demonstration only. Advanced Auto Detailing 24081 001 9:00-12:10 P TE1-104 Beard, Michael F Course covers how to start-up an automotive detailing business, customer service, and advanced detailing techniques. Terwilliger, TE1-111 Th 7:05 P 5:00- 20969 100 Edward AT 105 C 4 Units LAB Edward TE1-110 Terwilliger, Th 7:15-10:25 P Automotive Electrical I ACR 020 C and 021 C are cross listed. A maximum total seat count for 2 classes Transfer: CSU is 24. This course introduces the concepts of electrical controls of the automobile. Areas covered will include basic electrical concepts, batteries, starting systems, ACR 030 C 4 Units charging systems, and body electrical diagnosis. Electrical Systems and Component Repair • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION TTh 9:00-10:25 A 24078 001 Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in ACR 002 C, ACR 003 C, or TE1-105A Donia, Richard Donia, Richard LAB 10:35-12:00 P TTh TE1-105A ACR 004 C, or employment in the industry TTh 22608 003 12:00- Orozco, Luciano TE3-113 1:25 P Students learn direct current fundamentals. Topics include but not limited to 1:25- TTh Orozco, Luciano TE3-113 LAB 3:00 P S.M.C., SRS, aluminum vehicle repairs, TIG welding, and repair safety procedures. 20988 002 TE3-113 2:25 P MW Beard, Michael 1:00- • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Beard, Michael MW 4:00 P 2:35- LAB TE3-113 23767 100 7:00- 9:05 P MW Snook, Daniel TE1-113 24079 100 TE1-104 5:00- 6:25 P MW Klyde, Michael MW LAB TE1-113 9:10-10:10 P Snook, Daniel MW TE1-104 6:35- Klyde, Michael LAB 8:00 P CRN 24079 — This is a dual listed class that will be taught alongside with high 2 to 3 Units ACR 050 C school students. CRN 24079 and 24080 are cross-listed to a total 24 seat count. ACR/Special Projects Klyde, Michael MW 6:25 P 5:00- 24080 DE TE1-104 This course is designed to offer students a supervised independent program to MW 8:00 P 6:35- TE1-104 LAB Klyde, Michael continue and broaden their studies in automotive collision repairs. May be taken CRN 24080 — FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY: This is a dual listed class that for credit 4 times. will be taught alongside with college students together. Before registering for this • 48-54 hours TBA class, HS students must complete the Special Admit Packet and return to Cypress 20970 100 TE1-113 Ramos, Larry T 5:00 P 4:00- College Admission and Records along with their Cypress College application. The Students MUST contact instructor [email protected] to arrange weekly Special Admit packet can be obtained via online or in admission and records office. lab contact hours. The packet must be completed and signed by your HS counselor, Principal, and Guardian/Parents BEFORE the first day of class. Please contact Dual Enrollment This is a variable 2-3 units class. Lecture hour is scheduled and lab hours can be Department at (714) 484-7213 for assistance. arranged with instructors. Patron, Manuel MW 22937 101 7:00- 8:25 P TE3-113 2 units = 16 lecture hours/54.40 lab hours 8:35-10:00 P LAB TE3-113 Patron, Manuel MW 3 units = 16 lecture hours/108.80 lab hours = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

31 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 29 / CypressCollege.edu ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS 4 Units 12 Units AT 130 C AT 106 C Auto Chassis and Brake Systems Automotive Electrical II Transfer: CSU Prereq: AT 110 C or AT 109 C and AT 105 C or AT 112 C with minimum grades Prereq: AT 105 C with a minimum grade of “B” of “C” This course continues the concepts of electrical controls of the automobile This course covers techniques and practical skills required for the repair and covered in AT 105 C, extending from simple to complex body electrical systems. diagnosis of suspension and steering systems, brake systems, wheel alignment Areas covered will include body electrical systems, diagnostic tools and methods, and tire and wheel balance. Lectures, demonstrations, diagnosis, and the use batteries, starting systems, charging systems, and body electrical diagnosis. of “live” vehicles are included. Preparation for ASE (A4 and A5) certification is • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION covered. TE3-113 21493 100 7:00- 8:25 P TTh Staff • $30.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION LAB 8:35-10:00 P TTh Staff TE3-113 20991 001 12:20- MTW Alexander, John TE1-105B 3:25 P LAB 6:40 P MTW Alexander, John TE1-105B 3:35- 4 Units AT 110 C Kelley, P aul TE1-105A 3:00 P 1:00- 22938 002 WTh TE1-105A aul Kelley, P WTh 6:30 P 3:10- LAB Introduction to Automotive Technology Transfer: CSU 1:00- F 6:45 P TE1-105A aul Kelley, P This course provides essential knowledge of the automobile, the use of tools TE1-105A Kelley, P F 9:20 P 6:55- LAB aul and equipment and processes used in the automotive service and repair. Class CRN 22938 — RESTRICTED — ADD CODE IS REQUIRED. This class is for the T-TEN students who have qualified and must get prior authorization from the instruc - includes three hours laboratory per week. tor or the department coordinator to enroll in this class by emailing [email protected] TE1-105A Donia, Richard MW 9:00-10:25 A 20989 001 CypressCollege.edu. Donia, Richard TE1-105A 10:35-12:00 P MW LAB TE1-104 Bacarella, Russell TTh 2:25 P 1:00- 23594 002 TE1-104 LAB 2:35- 4:00 P TTh Bacarella, Russell AT 140 C 12 Units Endo, David 22464 100 5:00- 6:25 P TE3-118 TTh Auto Drivetrains/Transmissions TE3-118 LAB 6:35- 8:00 P TTh Endo, David Transfer: CSU CRN 22464 -This is a dual listed class that will be taught alongside with high school Prereq: AT 110 C or AT 109 C and AT 105 C or AT 112 C with minimum grades students. CRN 22464 and 24082 are cross-listed to a total 24 seat count. of “C” 24082 DE 6:25 P TTh Endo, David TE3-118 5:00- Course covers operating principles, design, repair, rebuild and service procedures LAB TE3-118 Endo, David TTh 8:00 P 6:35- of automotive transmissions. Lectures, shop lab work and practical application on CRN 24082 — FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ONLY: This is a dual listed class that “live” vehicles included. Preparation for ASE certification will be covered. will be taught alongside with college students together. Before registering for this • $30.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION class, HS students must complete the Special Admit Packet and return to Cypress 7:00- Beard, Michael 9:15 A MTWTh 20992 001 TE3-118 College Admission and Records along with their Cypress College application. The 9:25-11:40 A MTWTh Beard, Michael TE3-118 LAB Special Admit packet can be obtained via online or in admission and records office. The packet must be completed and signed by your HS counselor, Principal, and Guardian/Parents BEFORE the first day of class. Please contact Dual Enrollment 12 Units AT 150 C Department at (714) 484-7213 for assistance. Auto Performance and Driveability Staff TTh 7:00- 21494 102 8:25 P TE1-105A Transfer: CSU LAB TTh TE1-105A Staff 8:35-10:00 P Prereq: AT 110 C or AT 109 C and AT 105 C or AT 112 C with minimum grades of “C” 6 Units AT 111 C This course covers the operating principles, design, repair, and diagnosis of Automotive Quick Service computerized engine management systems, alternators, starters, batteries, Transfer: CSU ignition and fuel systems. Lecture and practical application on “live” late model Prereq: AT 110 C with a minimum grade of “C” vehicles. Preparation for ASE certification test A8 will be covered. This course covers the essential content and skill practice for a technician to • $30.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION perform quick service skills, including shop safety, correct use of required tools, 20993 001 TE1-104 9:15 A MTWTh 7:00- Orozco, Luciano service information use, repair order write up/documentation, vehicle inspection, LAB 9:25-11:40 A MTWTh TE1-104 Orozco, Luciano oil change, fluid flush and other quick service maintenance work. 9:15 A WTh 22939 002 TE3-113 7:00- Klyde, Michael • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION WTh Klyde, Michael TE3-113 LAB 9:25-11:40 A 23474 100 Beu, Kurt TE1-104 TTh 7:35 P 5:20- Klyde, Michael 7:00-11:50 A F TE3-113 TTh 7:40-10:00 P LAB Beu, Kurt TE1-104 TE3-113 LAB 12:00- 4:50 P F Klyde, Michael CRN 22939 — RESTRICTED — ADD CODE IS REQUIRED. This class is for the T-TEN students who have qualified and must get prior authorization from the instruc - 4 Units AT 115 C tor or the department coordinator to enroll in this class by emailing [email protected] Automotive Air Conditioning CypressCollege.edu. Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in AT 105 C with a minimum AT 209 C 1 Unit grade of “C” A comprehensive study of principles of operation and theory of automotive air Toyota Portfolio TPORT conditioning. Demonstrated lecture shop lab simulators and live vehicles will be Transfer: CSU used. Prereq: AT 109 C or Consent of Toyota T-TEN Coordinator • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION This course monitors the progress of T-TEN students through the program. This 21899 100 7:00- 8:25 P TTh Kelley, P aul TE1-105B course will also prepare the student for placement in the dealership internship. TTh LAB aul TE1-105B Kelley, P 8:35-10:00 P This course must be taken every semester the student is in the T-TEN program. 11:00-11:50 A TE3-113 Kelley, Paul W 20994 001 CRN 20994 — RESTRICTED — ADD CODE IS REQUIRED. This class is for the T-TEN 12 Units AT 120 C - students who have qualified and must get prior authorization from the instruc Auto Engine Repair/Machining tor or the department coordinator to enroll in this class by emailing [email protected] Transfer: CSU CypressCollege.edu. Prereq: AT 105 C and AT 109 C or AT 110 C with minimum grades of “C” Course covers techniques and practical skill required for repair of the automobile engine. Lectures, problem diagnosis, and skill development on “live” vehicles are included. • $30.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 20990 100 5:20- 7:35 P MTWTh Bacarella, Russell TE3-115 Bacarella, Russell LAB 7:45-10:00 P MTWTh TE3-115 Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

32 30 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / DAYS ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES DAYS CRN SEC TIME ATC 112 C 3 Units AT 213 C 1 Unit Homeland Security Toyota Portfolio II TPORT (II) Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU This course is an introductory study of domestic and international threats of This course monitors the progress of T-TEN students through year two of the terrorism and law enforcement issues for first-responders. program with emphasis on their success in their work internship and completing Hannah, Michael 24374 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 all requirements for T-TEN program completion. - This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE regis ONLINE CLASS: 23595 001 TE3-113 Klyde, Michael Th 5:50 P 5:00- tering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered CRN 23595 — RESTRICTED ADD CODE REQUIRED: This class is for the T-TEN into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may students who have qualified and must get prior authorization from the instruc - receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit tor or the department coordinator to enroll in this class by emailing [email protected] www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. CypressCollege.edu. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 4 Units AT 230 C Advanced Alignment and Chassis 3 Units ATC 118 C Transfer: CSU Disaster Preparedness/Response Prereq: AT 130 C with a minimum grade of “C” Transfer: CSU Advanced chassis system and alignment service is covered. Practical experience This course is a study of preparing, responding, investigating, and recovering from is offered in a controlled lab environment. major incidents both natural and man-made. Students will study national incident • $30.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION management systems (N.I.M.S.) and state (S.E.M.S.) command systems. TE1-105B Alexander, MW 8:25 P 7:00- 24083 100 John Staff HYBRID 23626 HY1 1/28-5/25 TE1-105B John MW 8:35-10:00 P LAB Alexander, Staff TE1-200 1:00- 2:25 P Th 1/28-5/25 HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid AT 295 C 1 to 4 Units being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Automotive Internship you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Transfer: CSU more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. This course is designed for vocational majors to earn credit for occupational work Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; experience. A minimum of 75 total hours of worksite hours for paid internships Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; (minimum 60 hours for unpaid internships). May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 4 Units ATC 132 C • Open Entry/Open Exit Private Pilot 9:50 A T Klyde, Michael TE1-105B 23791 003 9:00- Transfer: CSU 9:50 A Th Alexander, John TE1-105B 9:00- 23793 002 This course is an introduction to basic principles of aviation, meteorology, 10:00-10:50 A 23792 001 Kelley, Paul TE3-113 T navigation and radio communication. This course prepares students for the FAA Knowledge Examination for the Private Pilot certificate and meets the FAA require - ments for ground training. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Sutfin, Thomas 22615 100 6:00- 7:25 P MW TE1-200 TE1-200 LAB 7:35- 9:00 P Sutfin, Thomas MW Aviation and Travel Careers HYBRID 23377 HY1 1/28-5/25 Valdez, Edilberto 3 Units LAB 12:30- 1/28-5/25 Valdez, Edilberto TE1-200 3:40 P T ATC 101 C HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid Introduction to Travel Careers being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Transfer: CSU you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 060 C or the equivalent more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. This course introduces students to career opportunities in the aviation and travel Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; industries. Students will learn how to research and apply for jobs. The fundamen- Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; tals of traveling will also be reviewed such as passport, visa, security, travel health and insurance. Students will prepare a personalized career project. ATC 136 C 3 Units Co, Jeffrey T 9:10 P 6:00- 21005 100 TE1-200 Air Navigation HYBRID 21006 HY1 1/28-5/25 Kaimikaua, Charmaine Transfer: CSU TE1-200 Kaimikaua, Charmaine W 9:00-10:25 A Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in, or completion of, ATC 132 C, or This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: completion of FAA Private Pilot Certificate, or taking flight lessons at a local being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and flight school you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For This course is a study of pilotage, dead reckoning, and radio navigation tech - more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. niques; solution and application of navigation problems. 9:10 P 6:00- 21885 100 TE1-200 Wilcox, James Th 3 Units ATC 102 C Career Communication/Portfolio ATC 160 C 3 Units Transfer: CSU UAV-UAS Basic Students will develop their business communication skills in the development of a Transfer: CSU career portfolio, including a resume, cover letter, and work samples. Students will Prepares students to meet the Federal Aviation Administration requirements for learn online application strategies, employment test-taking tips, and behavioral- certification to operate Unmanned Aircraft Vehicles (UAVs) under 55 pounds in based interviewing skills. commercial operations. Emphasizes the safety, legal, and ethical requirements 20998 001 11:15- M TE1-200 Staff 2:25 P of operation in the public, civil, commercial and military settings. Includes optics, HYBRID Aguet Graham, Jacqueline 21000 HY1 1/28-5/25 sensors, power plants, control systems and communication technologies. 10:00-11:25 A Th 1/28-5/25 Aguet Graham, Jacqueline TE1-200 TE1-216 2:30- 23378 001 5:40 P Th Martinez, T omas This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep

33 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 31 INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM DAYS DATES CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES 2 Units ATC 190 C ATC 162 C 2 Units UAV-UAS Basic Flight Flight Training-Private Pilot (formerly AVIA 190 C) Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: Students must provide substantiation of an FAA Private Pilot Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ATC 160 C and ATC 161 C Certificate or concurrent enrollment in an approved flight training program UAV-UAS flight activities to practice, and optimize essential Unmanned Aircraft Systems pilot flight skills. Flight time in the approved UAV-UAS aircraft may be working toward an FAA Private Pilot Certificate, and completion of or applied toward requirements for both attaining and maintaining flight ratings. concurrent enrollment in at least 3 units of ATC (132 or above) with a “C” or TE1-216 Hack, La Th 10:00-10:50 A 23627 001 wrence higher grade. Hack, Lawrence LAB 11:00- 2:10 P Th TE1-216 Students who have earned, or are enrolled in an approved flight school and will ATC 162 C and ATC 262 C are cross-listed. A total seat count for 2 classes is 25. earn, the FAA Private Pilot certificate may be granted college credit consistent with the Credit by Examination requirements published in the catalog. ATC 174 C 3 Units • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 21886 001 1/28-5/25 Valdez, Edilberto TE1-218 Destinations: Americas/Europe Before enrolling in the class, please contact instructor. [email protected] Transfer: CSU Students will learn about the top travel destinations throughout the Americas ATC 190 C, 193 C, 194 C, and 195 C are cross listed. and Europe, with consideration for currencies, visas, customs, language, and key points of interest. 3 Units ATC 192 C ONLINE Palicz, Iwalani 1/28-5/25 21007 OL1 Airline Reservations: SABRE This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE regis ONLINE CLASS: - Transfer: CSU tering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered Students will learn how to book reservations, quote fares, and calculate prices into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may with American Airlines’ SABRE system through hands-on application. receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Palicz, Iwalani 21492 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; M 1/28-5/25 9:10 P 6:00- Palicz, Iwalani TE1-214 LAB Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and ATC 175 C 3 Units you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Destinations: Africa/Pacific more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Transfer: CSU Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Students will learn about top international travel destinations throughout Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the Pacific Islands, concentrating on travel considerations. 1 to 5 Units ATC 193 C M TE1-200 21008 001 8:00-11:10 A Co, Jeffrey Flight Training-Flight Instructor (formerly AVIA 193 C) Transfer: CSU 3 Units ATC 182 C Prereq: Students must provide substantiation of an FAA Flight Instructor Cultural Tourism Rating, or concurrent enrollment in an approved flight training program Transfer: CSU, CUL DIV working toward an FAA Flight Instructor Rating, and completion of or Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 060 C or the equivalent writing skills concurrent enrollment in at least 3 units of ATC (132 or above) with a “C” or This course examines the implications of cultural tourism in the United States. higher grade. The course will consider the struggle of people to preserve their cultural identity Students who have earned, or are enrolled in an approved flight school and will relative to the role of the U.S. tourism industry in protecting cultural heritage. The earn, an FAA Instructor Rating, may be granted college credit by meeting the course promotes complexities of policy making in cultural tourism development. Credit by Exam requirements published in the current Cypress Catalog. Credit may 21009 HY1 1/28-5/25 Jepson, Jane HYBRID be given up to 4 times for a maximum of 5 units. 1:25 P 12:00- 1/28-5/25 Jepson, Jane TE1-200 W • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: TE1-218 Valdez, Edilberto 1/28-5/25 21892 001 being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Before enrolling in the class, please contact instructor. [email protected] you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For ATC 190 C, 193 C, 194 C, and 195 C are cross listed. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; ATC 194 C 2 Units Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Flight Training Instrument Rating (formerly AVIA 194 C) Transfer: CSU ATC 183 C 3 Units Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment: students must provide Customer Care: Airline/Travel substantiation of an FAA Instrument Rating, or concurrent enrollment in an Transfer: CSU approved flight training program working toward an FAA Instrument Rating, This course examines the priority of customer service and satisfaction in and completion of or concurrent enrollment in at least 3 units of ATC (132 or the airline industry. Topics include safety, security, service standards and the above) with a “C” or higher grade Passenger Bill of Rights. Students who have earned, or are enrolled in an approved flight school and will 1/28-5/25 Ivey, Marilyn 21010 OL1 ONLINE earn, an FAA Instrument Rating on their Pilot Certificate may be granted college This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register ONLINE CLASS: - credit by meeting the above prerequisites and the Credit by Examination require - ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into ments as published in the current Cypress Catalog. myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit www. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. TE1-218 Valdez, Edilberto 21889 001 1/28-5/25 Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Before enrolling in the class, please contact instructor. [email protected] Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; ATC 190 C, 193 C, 194 C, and 195 C are cross listed. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

34 / 32 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DAYS INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES 1 Unit 2 Units ATC 199 C ATC 195 C Flight Training Commercial Pilot (formerly AVIA 195 C) Flight Simulator Instructor Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: FAA Students must provide substantiation of an FAA Commercial Pilot Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ATC 132 C or completion of FAA Private Pilot Certificate and ATC 196 C, ATC 197 C, and ATC 198 C, or Certificate, or concurrent enrollment in an approved flight training program working toward an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate, and completion of or the equivalent Students will participate in hands-on flight simulation activities to develop, prac concurrent enrollment in at least 3 units of ATC (132 or above) with a “C” or - higher grade. tice, and optimize essential instructor flight skills. Flight time in the approved Students who have earned the FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate may be granted Flight Training Devices (FTDs) may be applied toward requirements both for college credit by meeting the above prerequisites and the Credit by Examination attaining and maintaining flight ratings. PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • requirements as published in the current Cypress Catalog. 24160 001 4:00- 4:50 P M Stanback, Clarence TE1-222 PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • 5:50 P 5:00- LAB TE1-222 Stanback, Clarence M 21890 001 TE1-218 Valdez, Edilberto 1/28-5/25 TE1-222 Valdez, Edilberto 22293 100 4:00- 4:50 P T Before enrolling in the class, please contact instructor. [email protected] T 5:50 P LAB 5:00- Valdez, Edilberto TE1-222 ATC 190 C, 193 C, 194 C, and 195 C are cross listed. ATC 196 C and 199 C are cross listed. A total seat count for 2 classes is 25. 1 Unit ATC 196 C ATC 212 C 3 Units Flight Simulator Private Pilot Airline/Aviation Management Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ATC 132 C or completion Students will study the application of management principles to the airlines and of FAA Private Pilot Certificate, or taking flight lessons at a local flight school - general aviation. Major areas of study include planning, organization, regula Students will practice hands-on flight simulation activities to develop, practice, tions, manpower management, facilities, marketing, budget, safety, security, and and optimize essential private pilot flight skills. Flight time in the approved ground supervision strategies. trainers may be applied toward requirements for both attaining and maintaining Aguet Graham, Jacqueline 21883 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 flight ratings. Aguet Graham, Jacqueline 1/28-5/25 Th 11:30-12:55 P TE1-200 Stanback, Clarence M TE1-222 24159 001 4:00- 4:50 P HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid Stanback, Clarence 5:00- LAB TE1-222 5:50 P M being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and TE1-222 21893 100 4:00- 4:50 P T Valdez, Edilberto you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For 5:00- TE1-222 Valdez, Edilberto T 5:50 P LAB more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. ATC 196 C and 199 C are cross listed. A total seat count for 2 classes is 25. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; ATC 197 C 1 Unit Flight Simulator Instrument ATC 232 C 3 Units Transfer: CSU Instrument Rating Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ATC 132 C, or completion Transfer: CSU of FAA Private Pilot Certificate, or taking flight lessons at a local flight school Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ATC 132 C, or completion Students will participate in hands-on flight simulation activities to develop, of FAA Private Pilot Certificate, or taking flight lessons at a local flight school practice, and optimize essential instrument related flight skills. Flight time in the This course is designed to prepare or requalify a student in instrument flight approved Flight Training Devices may be applied toward requirements for both procedures and techniques. Review material required to pass FAA Instrument Pilot attaining and maintaining flight ratings. and other instrument knowledge exams. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HYBRID 21897 HY1 1/28-5/25 Valdez, Edilberto W 1:00- 22290 100 Valdez, Edilberto 1:50 P TE1-222 TE1-216 1/28-5/25 W Valdez, Edilberto 11:00-12:50 P W LAB Valdez, Edilberto TE1-222 2:00- 2:50 P HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid ATC 197 C and 198 C are cross listed. A total seat count for 2 classes is 25. being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For ATC 198 C 1 Unit more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Flight Simulator Commercial Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Transfer: CSU Advisory: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ATC 132 C or completion 3 Units ATC 240 C of FAA Private Pilot Certificate and ATC 196 C and ATC 197 C, or the equivalent Commercial Pilot Seminar Transfer: CSU - Students will participate in hands-on flight simulation activities to develop, prac Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in, or completion of, ATC 132 C or completion tice, and optimize essential commercial flight skills. Flight time in the approved of FAA Private Pilot Certificate, or taking flight lessons at a local flight school Flight Training Devices (FTDs) may be applied toward requirements for both This course prepares a pilot for the FAA Commercial Pilot license. A review of attaining and maintaining flight ratings. PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • current FAA regulations and Government Publications for the active pilot. Meets Valdez, Edilberto 22291 100 1:00- 1:50 P W TE1-222 the FAA requirements in preparation for the Commercial Pilot FAA knowledge LAB 2:00- 2:50 P W Valdez, Edilberto TE1-222 exam. ATC 197 C and 198 C are cross listed. A total seat count for 2 classes is 25. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION TE1-216 Stanback, Clarence 22294 100 12:30- 3:40 P T ATC 262 C 2 Units UAV-UAS Advanced Flight Transfer: CSU Verify Your Enrollment Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of ATC 260 C and ATC 261 C You can verify your class schedule through- Advanced UAV-UAS flight activities to practice and optimize essential Unmanned Aircraft Systems skills. Flight time in the approved UAV-UAS aircraft may be myGateway out the term by accessing . applied toward requirements for both attaining and maintaining flight ratings. 10:00-10:50 A Th Hack, La wrence TE1-216 23388 100 LAB 11:00- 2:10 P Th Hack, Lawrence TE1-216 ATC 162 C and ATC 262 C are cross-listed. A total seat count for 2 classes is 25. = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

35 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 33 ROOM DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DAYS INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES ATC 270 C 3 Units Airline Operations Transfer: CSU Biology This course is designed for students interested in working in the airline industry. Students will learn airline terminology, city codes, the 24-hour clock, airline 4 Units BIOL 101 C operations, and industry hiring standards. General Biology TE1-200 T 9:00-12:10 P Oropeza, Cira 21894 001 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU ONLINE 21895 OL1 Ivey, Marilyn 1/28-5/25 Advisory: High School Chemistry or CHEM 101 C or CHEM 107 C ONLINE CLASS: This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE regis - recommended tering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered A survey of modern concepts in molecular, cellular, organismic, and population into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may biology, stressing evolution as the central theme of modern biology. Duplicate receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit credit not granted for BIOL 101HC. No credit if taken after BIOL 174 C, BIOL 175 C www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. or BIOL 177 C. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; 21350 003 7:30- 9:15 A MW Shin, Gar y SEM-215 Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. LAB 10:15-12:15 P SEM-311 Shin, Gary T MW 9:15 A 7:30- 21351 004 SEM-215 y Shin, Gar ATC 271 C 3 Units 10:15-12:15 P Th Shin, Gary SEM-311 LAB Airport Operations Shin, Gary SEM-311 21354 LAB M 10:30-12:30 P Transfer: CSU 1:40- 011 SEM-126 Shin, Gary MW 3:25 P This course provides students with a background in general aviation and 21355 LAB 10:30-12:30 P W SEM-311 Shin, Gary 3:25 P 1:40- 012 SEM-126 Shin, Gary MW - commercial airports. Students will learn about airport operations, including termi M 2:45 P 21352 LAB 12:45- Parda, Kriska SEM-311 nology, ground and baggage handling, terminal and airfield operations, hazardous 009 MW 3:00- SEM-124 4:45 P Parda, Kriska material, aircraft emergencies, ground access, and FAR Part 139. 21353 LAB 12:45- Parda, Kriska W SEM-311 2:45 P TE1-216 Castagna, Curt Th 6:00- 22616 100 9:10 P 3:00- 010 4:45 P MW SEM-124 Parda, Kriska 22259 LAB 1:30- 3:30 P T Thompson, Milinda SEM-311 ATC 274 C 3 Units 3:45- TTh Thompson, Milinda SEM-124 5:15 P 008 Passenger Services & Safety Th SEM-311 Thompson, Milinda 3:30 P 21348 LAB 1:30- Transfer: CSU Thompson, Milinda SEM-124 3:45- 001 5:15 P TTh Students will learn about passenger related service and safety procedures for 22255 005 1:40- 3:25 P MW Shin, Gary SEM-126 the airline industry, including first aid, CPR, fire-fighting, and conflict resolution. SEM-311 Shin, Gary M 5:40 P 3:40- LAB Straughan, Katy TE1-200 21896 001 2:30- 5:40 P M 22257 006 3:25 P MW Shin, Gary 1:40- SEM-126 5:40 P 3:40- LAB W SEM-311 Shin, Gary 3 Units ATC 295 C MW 7:15 P 5:30- SEM-126 Staff 21356 100 SEM-311 Staff M 9:30 P 7:30- LAB Aviation/Travel Internship The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for Transfer: CSU future teachers. See the index in the back of the Class Schedule for more information. Prereq: Completion of the Basic Airline Customer Services Certificate; or 5:30- 21655 101 SEM-126 Staff MW 7:15 P Basic Flight Attendant Certificate; or Basic Travel/Tourism Certificate 9:30 P Staff SEM-311 LAB 7:30- W This course offers practical work experience in an approved aviation and travel SEM-311 5:30- 7:30 P T Staff 21349 LAB related industry for the student(s) in the Aviation and Travel Careers program. 7:45- 104 9:30 P TTh SEM-124 Staff 21001 OL1 1/28-5/25 Valdez, Edilberto ONLINE 5:30- 22258 LAB Th SEM-311 Staff 7:30 P ONLINE CLASS: This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register - 105 SEM-124 7:45- 9:30 P TTh Staff ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into Cocca, Stephanie SEM-124 7:30 P 21357 102 5:45- TTh myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive Cocca, Stephanie T 9:45 P LAB SEM-311 7:45- important information regarding this course. For more information visit www. Cocca, Stephanie TTh 7:30 P 5:45- 21653 103 SEM-124 CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 9:45 P SEM-311 Cocca, Stephanie Th LAB 7:45- Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; BIOL 102 C 3 Units Human Biology ATC 299 C .5 to 2 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Independent Study A study of modern biological concepts presented in a human context. Concepts Transfer: CSU will include human evolution, anatomy, physiology, genetics, and population Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract biology. Not open to students with credit in BIOL 101 C or BIOL 101HC. Independent study is for advanced students who wish to extend their knowledge • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION in the airline and/or travel industry through individual research and study. May be Sato, 21359 001 10:15-11:40 A TTh SEM-124 Dee Ann taken for credit 4 times. W 21358 100 6:35- 9:45 P SEM-124 Staff ONLINE 1/28-5/25 21004 OL1 Valdez, Edilberto This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register ONLINE CLASS: - ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into BIOL 103 C 3 Units myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive Environmental Science important information regarding this course. For more information visit www. Transfer: UC/CSU CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. A study of the ecological principles which form the basis for understanding human Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; existence in relation to environmental quality. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION SEM-124 21360 001 8:00- 9:25 A TTh Shin, Gar y Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

36 34 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS Cypress College Biology AS-T Majors Course Sequence* MATH 030 C & (040 C OR MATH 041 C) OR H.S. Equivalent CHEM 107 C PHYS 130 C MATH 141 C & OR Pass Chem OR H.S. Physics 142 C Proficiency Exam Concurrent PHYS 201 C** BIOL 174 C CHEM 111AC OK OR MATH 150AC PHYS 221 C** BIOL 277 C MATH 120 C BIOL 175 C CHEM 111BC fall PHYS 202 C** OR PHYS 222 C** MATH 150BC BIOL 278 C BIOL 276 C spring PHYS 223 C** * Each UC and CSU university has specific transfer requirements. Please consult with your counselor and www.assist.org for campus-specific requirements. Biology AS-T degree seekers may also consider PHYS 210 C and 211 C (Physics for Life Sciences I and II) but should consult ** with their counselor first. Shaded boxes are core courses or require supporting science and mathematics courses within the Biology Transfer AS degree (AS-T). Other courses may be transferable to individual CSU or UC universities. Contact: Adel Rajab at [email protected] or (714) 484-7000 x48629 BIOL 174 C 4 Units BIOL 122 C 4 Units Biology of Cells and Tissues Marine Biology Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU A survey of the biology of marine organisms and marine ecology, including an Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in CHEM 111AC with a introduction to physical and chemical oceanography. A single optional boat field minimum grade of “C” trip may be scheduled with a charter cost not to exceed $30. Other no-cost field Advisory: ENGL 060 C trips will be scheduled. This course will include the principles of molecular and cellular biology including • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION biomolecules, cell structure, cell metabolism, cell growth, cell reproduction, cell SEM-334 21362 001 9:00-10:25 A MW Rajab, Adel tissue integration, and basic genetics for biology majors. Duplicate credit not SEM-317 LAB 10:35- 1:45 P W Rajab, Adel granted for BIOL 111 C and BIOL 112 C. SEM-334 Rajab, Adel 8:00-11:10 A 21757 LAB T Rajab, Adel SEM-126 TTh 11:25-12:50 P 001 3 Units BIOL 160 C This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Integrated Medical Science the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. Transfer: CSU SEM-334 Rajab, Adel Th 8:00-11:10 A 21758 LAB This course includes a systematic coverage of the fundamental physical/ TTh SEM-126 002 Rajab, Adel 11:25-12:50 P chemical principles, basic biological concepts, and fundamentals of anatomy and This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to physiology. the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 23625 003 11:25-12:50 P TTh Rajab, Adel SEM-126 MW Ann SEM-126 5:10 P Sato, Dee 3:45- 21363 001 4:15 P SEM-334 Jones, Caleb 1:05- T LAB 6:35- 9:45 P SEM-126 21364 100 Johnson, Chrystal T This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

37 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 35 / CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES 4 Units BIOL 175 C 4 Units BIOL 231 C General Human Anatomy Evolution and Biodiversity Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: BIOL 174 C with a minimum grade of “C” or completion of BIOL 111 C Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C and ENGL 060 C all with grades of “C” or or equivalent course with a grade of “C” or better better A lecture/lab course for science majors to introduce students to the evolution Advisory: BIOL 160 C or BIOL 101 C or high school biology and chemistry with and diversity of living organisms. Duplicate credit not granted for BIOL 113 C and minimum grades of “C” 114 C. Cost of field trips not to exceed $30.00 BIOL 8:30-11:40 A SEM-317 Ogoshi, Fumio T 23124 LAB This course includes a logical analysis of body tissues, organs, and systems. The 002 SEM-215 Ogoshi, Fumio TTh 2:25 P 1:00- lecture and three-hour laboratory stress the microscopic, developmental, and gross anatomy of mammals, with special emphasis on human anatomy. ASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • P BIOL 210 C 5 Units Gober, Joel 21376 LAB SEM-335 7:30-10:40 A M Anatomy and Physiology 001 10:50-12:15 P MW Gober, Joel SEM-124 Transfer: UC/CSU This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Advisory: BIOL 160 C or one semester each of college biology/chemistry the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. completed within the last five years with a minimum grade of “C” or one SEM-335 Gober, Joel W 7:30-10:40 A 21380 LAB year of high school biology/chemistry completed within the last five years 003 MW Gober, Joel SEM-124 10:50-12:15 P with a minimum grade of “C” This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to This course includes a study of the normal structure and function of the human the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. body using mammalian specimens as examples and some selected physiological Sanchez, Ton y SEM-335 21378 LAB 8:00-11:10 A T exercises which utilize the student’s own body function. 004 11:50- 1:15 P TTh Sanchez, Ton y SEM-124 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to TTh Spooner, Stephanie 22282 LAB SEM-323 8:00-11:10 A the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 1:50 P 005 12:25- SEM-124 MW Spooner, Stephanie Sanchez, Ton Th 8:00-11:10 A SEM-335 y 21379 LAB This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Sanchez, Ton TTh 1:15 P 002 11:50- SEM-124 y the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to 8:30-11:40 A 21369 LAB MW Spooner, Stephanie SEM-323 the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 003 12:25- 1:50 P Spooner, Stephanie SEM-124 MW MW 10:50-12:15 P 21381 102 Gober, Joel SEM-124 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to SEM-335 LAB 1:50- 5:00 P M Gober, Joel the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 10:50-12:15 P SEM-124 Gober, Joel MW 21677 103 Dee Ann MW 10:30-11:55 A SEM-126 21365 001 Sato, 5:00 P 1:50- Gober, Joel SEM-335 W LAB LAB 12:05- 3:15 P TTh Sato, Dee Ann SEM-323 21385 005 11:50- 1:15 P TTh y SEM-124 Sanchez, Ton This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to 1:30- LAB T Sanchez, T ony SEM-335 4:40 P the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 1:15 P y SEM-124 21386 006 11:50- TTh Sanchez, Ton Dee Ann Sato, MW 10:30-11:55 A 21366 002 SEM-126 4:40 P Th Sanchez, T LAB SEM-335 1:30- ony LAB 12:05- 3:15 P SEM-323 MW Ann Sato, Dee 23897 104 6:25 P TTh Johansen, Greg SEM-215 5:00- This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to 9:45 P T Johansen, Greg SEM-335 LAB 6:35- the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. TTh SEM-215 5:00- 21384 108 6:25 P Johansen, Greg 22262 LAB 3:25- 6:35 P SEM-323 ayne Chang, W MW Johansen, Greg SEM-335 LAB 6:35- 9:45 P Th 004 6:45- MW Chang, Wayne SEM-317 8:10 P 5:10- 21382 LAB SEM-335 Ali, Alefiyah M 8:20 P 5:00- SEM-317 Staff TTh 6:25 P 21368 101 Ali, Alefiyah SEM-126 8:30- MW 100 9:55 P 6:35- SEM-323 Staff TTh 9:45 P LAB W SEM-335 Ali, Alefiyah 21734 LAB 8:20 P 5:10- 5:10- 6:35 P MW Le, Octavian SEM-317 21367 100 MW Ali, Alefiyah SEM-126 8:30- 101 9:55 P LAB SEM-323 Le, Octavian MW 9:55 P 6:45- 21377 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Palmisano, Michelle 9:25-10:40 A MW Palmisano, Michelle SEM-215 BIOL 220 C 4 Units 1:40 P Palmisano, Michelle SEM-335 M LAB 11:00- Medical Microbiology This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: Transfer: CSU On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you Prereq: BIOL 231 C or BIOL 210 C with minimum grades of “C” MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email This course is a study of the etiology, transmission, diagnosis, pathology and address in myGateway before enrolling in the class. For more information, go to control of infectious disease. Special attention is given to the topics of immu- www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. nology and chemotherapy. The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not ta SEM-302 21370 LAB 9:40-12:50 P M Chiplunkar, Suja supported. Email the instructor for more information. ta 1:15- 001 MW 2:40 P Chiplunkar, Suja SEM-215 22799 HY2 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Palmisano, Michelle This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to 9:25-10:40 A Palmisano, Michelle MW SEM-215 the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. Palmisano, Michelle SEM-335 W 1:40 P LAB 11:00- SEM-302 21372 LAB 9:40-12:50 P T Chiplunkar, Suja ta HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Chiplunkar, Suja 003 1:00- 2:25 P TTh SEM-126 ta On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. address in myGateway before enrolling in the class. For more information, go to SEM-302 Chiplunkar, Suja ta W 21371 LAB 9:40-12:50 P www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. SEM-215 1:15- 002 2:40 P MW ta Chiplunkar, Suja The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. supported. Email the instructor for more information. 9:40-12:50 P Th Chiplunkar, Suja ta SEM-302 21373 LAB Chiplunkar, Suja SEM-126 1:00- 004 2:25 P TTh ta This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Most lab exams for DSS students with authorized testing the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. accommodations will be held on Fridays. Please speak to MW Perez, Francisco SEM-124 6:25 P 21374 100 5:00- your lab instructor and/or department coordinator to Perez, Francisco SEM-302 M 9:45 P 6:35- LAB MW 6:25 P 5:00- 21375 101 Perez, Francisco SEM-124 schedule a specific time. If you need more information, Perez, Francisco SEM-302 LAB 6:35- 9:45 P W contact your DSS Counselor. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

38 36 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DAYS DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR BIOL 241 C 4 Units General Human Physiology Supplemental Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: BIOL 210 C or BIOL 231 C with grades of “C” Advisory: CHEM 101 C Instruction (SI) This course is an in-depth study of human function. Special attention is given to the abnormal as well as the normal functional state. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION FREE STUDY GROUPS 21444 LAB SEM-316 M Sanchez, Ton 8:00-11:10 A y 1:00 P MW Sanchez, Ton y SEM-215 002 11:35- urses specific co in for Cypress enrolled College students SEM-316 Gober, Joel T 8:00-11:10 A 21387 LAB Gober, Joel SEM-215 TTh 11:20-12:45 P 001 What is Supplemental Inst ruction (SI)? 21389 LAB 8:00-11:10 A W Sanchez, Ton SEM-316 y 003 11:35- Sanchez, Ton SEM-215 MW 1:00 P y This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to sessions study group eer-led Weekly, p ⇒ Accounting the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. for students taking historically difficult Gober, Joel 21391 LAB SEM-316 Th 8:00-11:10 A courses SEM-215 Gober, Joel TTh 11:20-12:45 P 006 Biology 21392 004 SEM-126 8:55-10:20 A Ogoshi, Fumio MW Facilitated by trained SI Leaders who LAB 11:20- 2:30 P Ogoshi, Fumio SEM-316 M ⇒ SEM-126 Ogoshi, Fumio 8:55-10:20 A 21390 005 MW have al mastered the c ourse ready SEM-316 LAB 11:20- 2:30 P W Ogoshi, Fumio Chemistry material 24085 007 MW Ogoshi, Fumio SEM-126 8:55-10:20 A 2:40- Ogoshi, Fumio SEM-316 LAB 5:50 P W rstand to how and earn what to l Unde ⇒ 5:00- 21445 100 Huss, Bradley MW 6:25 P SEM-215 Geography learn 6:40- LAB SEM-316 9:50 P W Huss, Bradley Huss, Bradley 6:25 P MW SEM-215 5:00- 23071 101 9:50 P M SEM-316 LAB 6:40- Huss, Bradley ng! Engagi nd Interactive a ⇒ Math HYBRID Palmisano, Michelle 1/28-5/25 21388 HY3 9:45-11:00 A TTh Palmisano, Michelle SEM-215 Review course material. Develop study SEM-316 Palmisano, Michelle T 2:00 P LAB 11:20- strategies. Prepare for exams . Learn how Physics HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. ENT! CCESSFUL STUD to become a SU On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email address in myGateway before enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Questions? Stop by th ning Res ource Center e Lear The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating (LRC) front counter or call (714) 484-7323 system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not supported. Email the instructor for more information. 22805 HY4 1/28-5/25 HYBRID Palmisano, Michelle SEM-215 TTh 9:45-11:00 A Palmisano, Michelle LAB 11:20- 2:00 P Th Palmisano, Michelle SEM-316 HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email address in myGateway before enrolling in the class. For more information, go to Chemistry www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. The software used for online assignments in this class requires a Windows operating CHEM 101 C 4 Units system and a supported version of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Mac and Linux are not Chemistry for Health Science Majors l supported. Email the instructor for more information. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 020 C or MATH 041 C with minimum grades of “C” 4 Units BIOL 276 C First semester of a two-semester sequence designed for students requiring one year of allied health chemistry. Topics covered include the basic concepts and Ecology and Physiology Transfer: UC/CSU principles of inorganic and organic chemistry. Tomooka, Craig MW 21429 001 8:15-10:20 A SEM-332 Prereq: BIOL 175 C with a minimum grade of “C” 10:30-12:35 P M Tomooka, Craig SEM-310 This course examines interactions between organisms and the environment and W 21430 003 10:30-12:35 P Tomooka, Craig SEM-310 the physiological responses of organisms to external and internal stimuli. Cost of SEM-332 Ho, Nam MW 2:50 P 12:45- field trips not to exceed $30.00. Th Mathur, Raghu SEM-310 2:35 P 24086 005 12:30- Spooner, Stephanie 23895 001 11:50- 1:15 P TTh SEM-317 TTh SEM-215 Raghu Mathur, 4:50 P 2:45- TTh 2:50 P 1:25- LAB SEM-317 Spooner, Stephanie 2:50 P T Ho, Nam SEM-310 21615 004 12:45- 3:00- TTh Ho, Nam SEM-332 5:05 P 4 Units BIOL 278 C 3:15- 21614 002 5:20 P SEM-310 Torri Draganov, Th Molecular Biology 5:30- Draganov, TTh Torri SEM-308 7:35 P Transfer: UC/CSU SEM-310 T 5:10- 24087 100 Mathur, Raghu 7:15 P Prereq: BIOL 277 C, CHEM 211AC Torri SEM-308 7:45- 9:50 P TTh Draganov, This course presents structure and function of biomolecules, mechanisms of gene expression, genomics, biotechnology, cell signaling and biochemical pathways in cells, and the mechanisms for regulating these processes. 5:05 P 3:00- SEM-316 22806 001 Rajab, Adel TTh = Online = Santa Ana = Hybrid = Honors = Teacher Prep

39 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 37 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME CHEM 111AC 5 Units WHICH FIRST CHEMISTRY COURSE SHOULD I TAKE? General Chemistry I — CHEMISTRY FOR HEALTH SCIENCE MAJORS I CHEM 101 C Transfer: UC/CSU Health Science Majors (Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 020 C, Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C and CHEM 107 C with a minimum grade MATH 041 C or equivalent) of “C” or a passing score on the Chemistry Proficiency Test CHEM 107 C — PREPARATION FOR GENERAL CHEMISTRY First semester of a two-semester sequence designed to cover the principles of Science majors a strong chemistry background without general chemistry, including laboratory analysis. (Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 040 C, MATH 041 C or equivalent) 22930 000 7:20- 9:50 A TTh Al-Shawa, Ahmad SEM-315 Al-Shawa, Ahmad SEM-113 10:00-12:05 P TTh — GENERAL CHEMISTRY I CHEM 111AC SEM-214 21616 001 8:00-10:05 A MW Nguyen, Sheila with a very strong chemistry background Science majors 11:00- 1:30 P MW Nguyen, Sheila SEM-315 (Prerequisites apply — Completion of MATH 040 C, MATH 041 C, or equivalent SEM-315 Tomooka, Craig TTh 10:00-12:30 P 21438 002 and CHEM 107 C or equivalent) 2:50 P TTh Tomooka, Craig SEM-308 12:45- 22622 005 5:00 P MW Tran, Vinh SEM-315 2:30- 4 Units CHEM 104 C SEM-308 inh Tran, V MW 7:20 P 5:15- Physical Science for Teachers 21439 004 2:30- 5:00 P TTh Mays-Larson, Phyllis SEM-315 Transfer: CSU 5:15- 7:20 P Mays-Larson, Phyllis SEM-332 TTh Prereq: MATH 020 C or MATH 041 C with minimum grades of “C” 7:50 P SEM-315 Han, Howard 21437 003 5:20- MW This activity based course introduces students to basic principles of physics and Han, Howard SEM-332 8:00-10:05 P MW chemistry with emphasis on their practical importance and application in the Chen, Kevin SEM-315 5:20- 22507 102 7:50 P TTh real world. This course is intended for students who want to become elementary SEM-332 Chen, Kevin TTh 8:00-10:05 P school teachers. Duplicate credit not granted for PHSC 104 C. Gotoh, Alison 4:25 P 1:15- 22767 001 MW SEM-310 CHEM 111BC 5 Units The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for General Chemistry II future teachers. See the index in the back of the Class Schedule for more information. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU CAN CHEM 4 Prereq: Completion of CHEM 111AC with a minimum grade of “C” Second semester of a two-semester sequence designed to cover the principles of 5 Units CHEM 107 C general chemistry, including laboratory analysis. Preparation for General Chemistry SEM-307 MW 7:50-10:20 A 21441 001 Landis, Lenore Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 10:30-12:35 P MW Landis, Lenore SEM-308 Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C with minimum grades of “C” 21618 SEM-307 Nguyen, Sheila TTh 7:50-10:20 A 002 General introduction to the basic concepts, principles and laws of modern Nguyen, Sheila TTh 10:30-12:35 P SEM-332 chemistry. Winston, Greg TTh SEM-308 10:30-12:35 P 22274 003 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Winston, Greg SEM-307 3:30 P 1:00- TTh SEM-332 22273 001 8:00-10:05 A TTh Landis, Lenore MW 7:50 P 5:20- 21440 101 SEM-307 Torri Draganov, Landis, Lenore SEM-319 TTh 10:15-11:50 A Torri Draganov, MW 8:00-10:05 P SEM-308 Siddiq, Aisha MW 21432 003 8:45-10:20 A SEM-319 10:30-12:35 P Siddiq, Aisha SEM-332 MW CHEM 201 C 4 Units 9:15-10:50 A 21431 002 MW Gotoh, Alison SEM-322 11:00- Gotoh, Alison SEM-334 MW 1:05 P Chem for Health Sci Majors II 22508 008 MW Anand, Preetha SEM-319 10:45-12:20 P Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 12:45- MW SEM-308 Anand, Preetha 2:50 P Prereq: CHEM 101 C with a minimum grade of “C” Gotoh, Alison 21873 004 10:45-12:20 P TTh SEM-322 Second semester of a two-semester sequence designed for students requiring Gotoh, Alison TTh SEM-332 2:50 P 12:45- one year of allied health chemistry. Topics covered include the basic concepts 22118 005 1:00- 2:35 P SEM-319 Khong, San MW and principles of organic and biological chemistry and their application to the 3:00- SEM-332 Khong, San MW 5:05 P health sciences. 21433 006 Staff TTh 2:50 P 1:15- SEM-319 8:00-10:05 A 22950 001 Landis, Gar SEM-214 y TTh Staff 3:00- SEM-308 TTh 5:05 P SEM-310 Landis, Gary T 10:15-12:20 P SEM-319 Jennifer Glancy, MW 5:05 P 3:30- 22929 102 Jennifer Glancy, MW SEM-332 7:20 P 5:15- 5 Units CHEM 211BC 7:30- 21436 100 9:35 P TTh SEM-215 Abdel-Latif, Alia Organic Chemistry II TTh Abdel-Latif, Alia 7:20 P 5:45- SEM-319 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Completion of CHEM 211AC with a minimum grade of “C” CHEMISTRY PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION This course is the second semester of a two-semester organic chemistry lecture Successful completion of the Chemistry Proficiency Examination, administered and laboratory sequence. It is designed for students who plan to major in chem - by the Chemistry Department, clears the chemistry prerequisite (completion istry, biochemistry, biology, and premedical/prepharmacy/predental programs. of CHEM 107 C, Preparation for General Chemistry) required for enrolling in De Roo, Robin SEM-308 21442 001 8:15-10:20 A MW CHEM 111AC. SEM-305 11:00- 1:30 P MW De Roo, Robin SEM-308 21443 002 8:15-10:20 A TTh De Roo, Robin No units are given for passing the Chemistry Proficiency Examination, no units TTh 1:30 P 11:00- SEM-305 De Roo, Robin are posted to the student’s permanent record, nor is the total number of units required to complete any degree reduced. A student may attempt to pass the Chemistry Proficiency Examination only one time. There is a $25.00 fee for taking the examination, and the receipt which is to be obtained in the Bursar’s Office must be presented at the time of applica - Most lab exams for DSS students with authorized testing tion in the SEM Division Office. accommodations will be held on Fridays. Please speak to Practice problems similar to those found on the Chemistry Proficiency your lab instructor and/or department coordinator to Examination are available online at: schedule a specific time. If you need more information, http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/AcademicPrograms/ contact your DSS Counselor. ScienceEngineeringandMath/Chemistry FOR CHEMISTRY PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION Please contact the Chemistry Division at (714) 484-7153 Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

40 38 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu Various Chemistry Pathways at Cypress College Non-Science Majors Health Science Majors Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, Biology, Pre-Med, Pre-Pharm Majors CHEM 101 C ** CHEM 107 C * CHEM 100 C Chemistry Preparation for Chemistry for Health for Daily Life General Chemistry Science Majors I G.E. Course with Laboratory No Math Prerequisite (4 units) CHEM 201 C CHEM 111AC General Chemistry I Chemistry for Health Science Majors II OR ** Prerequisite: Completion of CHEM 103 C CHEM 111BC MATH 020 C or MATH 041 C with Chemistry in C or better. General Chemistry II a Changing World Note: MATH 120 C does not satisfy MATH 020 C/041 C prerequisite. G.E. Course without Laboratory No Math Prerequisite A student who is concurrently CHEM 211AC (3 units) enrolled in or has completed MATH Organic Chemistry I 120 C must present verification of successful completion of MATH OR 020 C/041 C or an equivalent course. CHEM 104 C / PHSC 104 C CHEM 211BC Physical Science Organic Chemistry II for Teachers * Students may enter CHEM 111AC Teacher Preparation Course directly by passing the chemistry with Laboratory placement exam or by obtaining AP MATH 020 C or 041 C Prerequisite Chemistry Exam Score of 3 or higher (4 units) Ways to Satisfy MATH 040 C/041 C Prerequisite for CHEM 107 C/CHEM 111AC Note: MATH 120 C does not satisfy Completed MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C with C or better MATH 040 C/041 C prerequisite. in NOCCCD (or a course equivalent to these courses at another college or high school. Example: Algebra 2). A student who is concurrently enrolled in or has OR completed MATH 120 C must present verification of successful completion of MATH 040 C/041 C or an Completed or concurrently enrolled in MATH 100 C, equivalent course. 110 C, 115 C, 130 C, 141 C, 142 C, 150AC, 150BC, 250AC, 250B (or a course equivalent to these courses at Concurrent enrollment or completion of MATH 120 C by another college or high school. Example: Pre-Calculus, itself does not satisfy the MATH 040 C/041 C prerequisite Calculus). conditions (see Math Flow Chart for Non-Science Majors in Mathematics Department Section). Please contact the chemistry course lead instructors or SEM counselors for more details. = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Hybrid = Honors

41 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 39 / CypressCollege.edu DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES DAYS CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS COMM 100 C (continued) 21665 024 1:50- MW Staff HUM-102 3:15 P Chinese TTh Kensinger, Da 20117 021 vid HUM-120 1:50- 3:15 P Hubble, Brittany 22704 034 2:15- 3:30 P TTh HUM-116 Leslie, Julia 4:10 P MW 21725 026 2:45- HUM-106 3 Units CHIN 100 C TTh Carrell, Kenneth HUM-102 20118 022 2:45- 4:10 P Beginning Spoken Chinese HUM-102 20119 023 3:25- 4:50 P MW Lambros, John Transfer: CSU TTh 4:50 P 3:25- 22326 032 HUM-120 vid Kensinger, Da An introductory conversation course emphasizing pronunciation, oral practice, HUM-102 Lambros, John M 20120 100 6:00- 9:10 P and vocabulary development. It develops comprehension and speaking of Chinese 20121 101 6:00- 9:10 P T Bugrov, Maksim HUM-102 for everyday conversation situations. T HUM-120 21785 108 9:10 P Kensinger, David 6:00- • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION W 9:10 P 6:00- 20122 102 HUM-102 Lambros, John HUM-107 Harn, Chiang Horng MW 2:25 P 1:00- 20795 001 W 21726 107 6:00- 9:10 P HUM-120 Leslie, Julia Maksim Bugrov, Th 9:10 P 6:00- 21688 106 HUM-102 5 Units CHIN 102 C Th 9:10 P 6:00- 22321 110 HUM-120 Carrell, Kenneth 22320 109 7:00-10:10 P M Staff HUM-106 Elementary Chinese-Mandarin II HUM-106 Hubble, Brittany T 7:00-10:10 P 20123 103 Transfer: UC/CSU 20124 104 W Nesheiwat, Abraham HUM-106 7:00-10:10 P Prereq: CHIN 101 C with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school Th Nesheiwat, Abraham HUM-106 20125 105 7:00-10:10 P Chinese with a grade of “C” or better - This course continues to emphasize the acquisition of basic skills in pronun COMM 105 C 3 Units ciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students will increase their knowledge of China. Interpersonal Communication • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Transfer: CSU 6:30- 24302 100 Harn, Chiang Horng TTh 9:00 P HUM-110 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C The purpose of this course is to improve the student’s understanding and abilities to deal effectively with people. Instructional methods include lecture, discussion, simulation experiments, and small group activities. No formal speeches are required. HUM-120 TTh 10:40-12:05 P Koeppel, Liana 20126 001 Communication HUM-225 Brydges, Michael MW 1:40 P 20127 002 12:15- Brydges, Michael 20128 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 COMM 100 C 3 Units Brydges, Michael HUM-112 6:00- 7:55 P W 1/28-5/25 Human Communication HYBRID CLASS: This 16-week hybrid class meets on campus and online. The on- Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU campus meeting is shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST - An introduction to the fundamentals and principles of effective speech commu physically attend the on-campus meetings AND you MUST enter your email nication combining theory and practical application in various communication address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to settings. www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; • Duplicate credit not given for COMM 100HC. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. MW 20086 001 7:30- 8:55 A Alimahomed, Kasim HUM-102 20094 002 HUM-120 Staff 7:30- TTh 8:55 A HUM-106 8:00- 9:25 A MW Forsythe, Christopher 20107 014 COMM 120 C 3 Units 9:25 A MW Trickett, Dawn HUM-120 22318 027 8:00- Intercultural Communication HUM-102 Trickett, Dawn TTh 9:25 A 8:00- 20095 003 Transfer: UC/CSU TTh 22703 033 8:00- 9:25 A Alimahomed, Kasim HUM-116 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Alimahomed, Kasim HUM-120 22322 029 8:00-11:10 A F This course focuses on the cultural and social variables, communication theories 8:30-11:40 A 21724 025 HUM-102 F Tuggle, Scott and practices, and communicative styles that affect the communication process 9:00-12:10 P F Carrell, Kenneth HUM-106 20096 004 between members of different cultures. HUM-102 9:05-10:30 A MW Chavez-Appel, Mercedes 20098 006 20170 001 Lambros, John HUM-209 MW 3:15 P 1:50- 20099 007 9:05-10:30 A HUM-120 House, Joshua TTh 9:10 P Brydges, Michael HUM-128 T 21647 002 6:00- 20100 008 TTh Koeppel, Liana HUM-106 9:05-10:30 A 20097 005 9:45-11:10 A Forsythe, Christopher HUM-106 MW 3 Units COMM 124 C 9:45-11:10 A HUM-120 MW Jennifer 20101 009 Page, Small Group Communication Mercedes Chavez-Appel, HUM-102 MW 10:40-12:05 P 20102 011 Transfer: CSU TTh Lambros, John 20103 012 10:40-12:05 P HUM-106 21062 010 11:20-12:45 P MW House, Joshua HUM-106 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C HUM-120 22319 028 11:20-12:45 P MW Forsythe, Christopher This course is an introduction to theoretical and applied concepts in small group House, Joshua HUM-102 20105 013 TTh 11:20-12:45 P communication through participation and observation, analysis, and evaluation of HUM-102 Staff MW 1:40 P 20108 015 12:15- group processes. 1:40 P HUM-120 21063 016 12:15- Lambros, John TTh HUM-317 22810 001 Bugrov, Maksim TTh 3:40 P 2:15- The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more COMM 135 C 3 Units information. Argument and Critical Thinking 20109 017 12:15- 1:40 P TTh Page, Jennifer HUM-106 Transfer: CSU 22323 030 12:30- 3:40 P F Tuggle, Scott HUM-102 Advisory: ENGL 060 C 20116 020 1:00- MW Chavez-Appel, Mercedes HUM-106 2:25 P This course is a study of critical thinking through argumentation. Emphasis is 20110 018 2:25 P TTh Hanna, Loren HUM-102 1:00- - placed on reasoning, logic, analysis of issues, evidence, refutation, case construc Nesheiwat, Abraham 3/25-5/20 MW 4:30 P 1:20- 20112 019 HUM-120 tion and their relationship to advocacy. Last day to drop without “W”: 03/31; Last day to add: 03/31; Page, TTh 9:45-11:10 A HUM-102 20173 001 Jennifer Last day to drop for refund: 03/27. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/06; House, Joshua MW 22327 002 2:25 P HUM-128 1:00- HUM-120 Page, Jennifer 1/28-3/20 4:30 P 1:20- 22324 031 MW Last day to add: 02/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/03; 20175 100 6:00- 9:10 P M Leslie, Julia HUM-120 Last day to drop for refund: 01/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/06; Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

42 40 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM Computer Information Systems Cypress College COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS LAB WILL BE OPEN Speech & Debate Team DURING THESE TIMES: 9:00A– 9:00P MTWTh BUS-202 COMM 138 C/238 C Forensics F 9:00A– 1:00P CRN 21751/CRN 21752 Tuesdays 2:40 pm–5:50 pm CIS 075 C .5 to 10 Units HUM-106 Business Skills Development May be taken for a cumulative total of 10 units. This is an open entry/open exit, Register for 1–2 transferable units variable unit course with flexible hours designed for the student who needs to gain marketable job skills in a short period of time. ALL SKILLS: Units of credit **Fulfills GE Critical Thinking requirement for CSU** earned will vary with each software: (Access, Excel and PowerPoint). • Plus 54-540 laboratory hours TBA depending on units attempted. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION COMM 138 C 1 to 2 Units • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Forensics • Open Entry/Open Exit Transfer: CSU 21053 100 BUS-320 Gauthier, Alan 6:00- 1/28-5/25 M 6:50 P This course is designed to prepare students to participate in intercollegiate Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; speech competition. May be taken for credit 2 times. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; • Open Entry/Open Exit 21751 002 HUM-106 1/28-5/25 Page, Jennifer 5:50 P T 2:40- 4 Units CIS 101 C Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; Introduction MS Word Document Formatting Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Transfer: CSU Students will learn to build speed and accuracy using the touch method and learn 1 to 2 Units COMM 238 C to format letters, tables, memos, and reports using Microsoft Word. Forensics • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Transfer: CSU • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION This course is designed to prepare students to participate in intercollegiate Hogan, Faith 21054 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 BUS-202 speech competition. May be taken for credit 2 times. BUS-306 6:30- 8:30 P M Hogan, Faith • Open Entry/Open Exit This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online HYBRID CLASS: HUM-106 1/28-5/25 2:40- T 21752 002 House, Joshua 5:50 P assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. MUST email your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in .5 to 2 Units COMM 299 C myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. Students work from online assignments and are required to complete scheduled examinations in the CIS Lab. For more infor - Communication Independent Study mation, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is for able students who wish to increase their knowledge of speech/ CIS 103 C 3 Units communication language through individual study or research. May be taken for credit 4 times. Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint Transfer: CSU • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Advisory: CIS 101 C or consent of instructor Staff 21236 400 1/28-5/25 Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint for business and professional use are taught. Students must contact an instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agree - Students will be eligible to take Microsoft Office Specialist exams for Excel and ment will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the PowerPoint. Division Dean. Contracts are available in the Language Arts Division Office, Humani - ties Bldg., 2nd floor, Room 240. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION M 2/25-5/22 Wolfson, Mary BUS-305 21055 LS1 6:00- 8:50 P 2/25-5/22 Wolfson, Mary W 6:00-10:15 P LAB BUS-305 Last day to add: 03/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/10; Petitioning Closed Classes Last day to drop with “W”: 05/01; Last day to drop for refund: 02/27. Students may petition closed classes by opting for the Waitlist 3 Units CIS 110 C before the class begins or by attending the first class meeting. If Linux Operating System a seat is available the first class meeting, the instructor will issue Transfer: CSU This course is an introduction to the Linux operating system. Students will learn the myGateway student a four-digit code. The student must access to install, configure, and manage system resources with Linux. - and add the class, entering the add code when prompted. A stu • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION dent is not officially registered for a class (even if the instructor BUS-202 Wu, Penn 23434 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 9:00-10:30 A F enn BUS-306 Wu, P calls or writes names on the class roster) until the class has been This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online HYBRID CLASS: added and fees have been paid through myGateway . Classes must assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and . Waitlist instructions can be found on deadline be added by the MUST email your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email the Waitlist page in the Class Schedule. address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

43 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 41 / CypressCollege.edu ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CIS 111 C 3 Units CIS 121 C 3 Units Adobe PDF Document Management Computer Information Systems Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: ENGL 058 C This class is designed to teach students to use Adobe Acrobat Professional to This course provides an overview of the fundamental concepts and terminology create, edit, and format PDF (Portable Document Format) files. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION of computer information systems including lab experience with current computer applications. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 23655 HY1 HYBRID 2/11-5/25 Moady, Alireza BUS-202 • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Th 8:00 P 6:00- BUS-306 Moady, Alireza (2/14) BUS-203 Clarke, Bret MW 9:05-10:30 A 21079 001 8:00 P (2/28) Moady, Alireza BUS-306 6:00- Th LAB 1:50 P M BUS-202 1:00- Moady, Alireza (3/28) Th BUS-306 8:00 P 6:00- BUS-202 W 5:50 P 5:00- 21081 LAB Selitrennikoff, Patrick 6:00- 8:00 P Th (4/25) Moady, Alireza BUS-306 6:00- BUS-203 100 9:10 P W BUS-306 Moady, Alireza 6:00- (5/23) Th 8:00 P BUS-202 Tran, Lisa Th 5:50 P 5:00- 22668 LAB HYBRID CLASS: This 14-week hybrid class requires on-campus meetings as 101 Th 9:10 P 6:00- BUS-203 shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the HYBRID 21082 HY1 1/28-5/25 Clarke, Bret on-campus meetings listed above and MUST email your instructor at [email protected] 8:40-10:30 A Th Clarke, Bret BUS-203 - CypressCollege.edu with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID num This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online HYBRID CLASS: ber AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND Last day to drop without “W”: 03/04; Last day to add: 03/04; enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more Last day to drop with “W”: 05/02; Last day to drop for refund: 02/23. information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Molnar, Peter 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 21083 HY2 CIS 132 C 4 Units Molnar, P eter BUS-203 M 10:40-12:05 P Spreadsheet-Excel for Windows This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online HYBRID CLASS: Transfer: CSU assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being This course is designed to introduce students to the use of spreadsheet programs dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND in the solution of problems. Students will create, edit, graph, save and print out enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more spreadsheets. information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 21084 HY3 Molnar, Peter 1/28-5/25 HYBRID Selitrennikoff, Patrick 1/28-5/25 21097 HY1 HYBRID 10:40-12:05 P T Molnar, P eter BUS-203 Selitrennikoff, Patrick 7:30 P 6:00- T BUS-204 HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Wu, Penn 21085 HY4 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 2:50 P T Wu, Penn BUS-203 2:00- This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online HYBRID CLASS: assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. ASSESS MEET your interests, with a career values, skills and counselor personality KEEP IN MIND Your career is life choice. YOUR RESEARCH majors and careers DEFINE specific short-term & long term goals Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

44 42 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS CRN SEC TIME DATES ROOM DAYS 3 Units CIS 185 C CIS 142 C 3 Units Database-Access for Windows Administering Windows Server Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU This course introduces students to Microsoft client and server sides for the This course is designed to introduce the student to the use of database programs administration and management of Windows networking. Emphasis will be placed in the solution of record keeping problems. Students will use database software to create, update, and report data files. on server computing. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 1/28-5/25 22335 OL1 Molnar, Peter ONLINE • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION This full semester online class meets entirely online. You must ONLINE CLASS: Moady, Alireza 21072 HY1 HYBRID 2/11-5/25 BUS-202 update your current email address in myGateway before registering for the course 9:50 P W (2/13) 6:00- Moady, Alireza BUS-204 so that you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more 6:00- 9:50 P W (2/27) Moady, Alireza BUS-204 information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. (3/13) Moady, Alireza 9:50 P 6:00- BUS-204 W 6:00- 9:50 P W (3/27) Moady, Alireza BUS-204 BUS-204 Moady, Alireza (4/10) W 9:50 P 6:00- CIS 160 C 3 Units 9:50 P W (4/24) Moady, Alireza BUS-204 6:00- Information Systems Management BUS-204 (5/8) Moady, Alireza W 9:50 P 6:00- Transfer: CSU W (5/22) Moady, Alireza BUS-204 9:50 P 6:00- This course is for students interested in managing a Computer Information This 14-week hybrid class requires on-campus meetings as HYBRID CLASS: Systems Center. The student will use a computer spreadsheet and database in shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the hands-on exercises in planning and managing an information systems office. on-campus meetings listed above and MUST email your instructor at [email protected] • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION - CypressCollege.edu with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID num • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION ber AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For BUS-202 Moady, Alireza 21069 HY1 HYBRID 2/11-5/25 more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Moady, Alireza BUS-204 W 5:50 P 4:30- (2/13) Last day to drop without “W”: 03/04; Last day to add: 03/04; BUS-204 (2/27) 4:30- Moady, Alireza W 5:50 P Last day to drop for refund: 02/23. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/02; 4:30- BUS-204 Moady, Alireza (3/27) W 5:50 P 4:30- 5:50 P W (4/24) Moady, Alireza BUS-204 3 Units CIS 195 C 5:50 P BUS-204 Moady, Alireza (5/22) 4:30- W Network Security This 14-week hybrid class requires on-campus meetings as shown HYBRID CLASS: Transfer: CSU on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, students MUST attend the required This course prepares students for CompTIA’s Security + Certificate. Topics include first-day orientation. Students work from online assignments and are required malware and social engineering attacks, application and networking based to complete scheduled examinations in the CIS Lab. For more information, go to attacks, data security, cryptography, wireless network security, access control, www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. authentication, account and risk management and vulnerability assessment. Last day to add: 03/04; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/04; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/02; Last day to drop for refund: 02/23. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 23632 HY1 BUS-116 Izadi, Behzad 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 3 Units CIS 162 C 9:00-12:45 P BUS-116 Izadi, Behzad S PC/Network Hardware Support This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online HYBRID CLASS: Transfer: CSU assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being This course prepares students to install, configure, and update personal computer dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and components and peripherals in a networked environment using CompTIA’s IT MUST email your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email Fundamentals and A+ hands-on labs. Practical experiences will include working address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway with both PC and network hardware and software. BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION academics/distance-education. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Th 6:00- 24441 100 BUS-319 Wu, Patrick 9:10 P CIS 196 C 3 Units BUS-319 LAB Wu, Patrick Th 9:20-10:10 P Ethical Hacking Transfer: CSU CIS 164 C 3 Units This course provides students with basic anti-hacking network security concepts Computer Desktop Support and hands-on skills. Transfer: CSU • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION This class is designed to teach students the crucial skills based on the Microsoft • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Certified Desktop Support Technician curriculum (MCDST) to work as a computer 1/28-5/25 23808 HY1 HYBRID BUS-116 Izadi, Behzad end-user support in today’s business. Th Izadi, Behzad BUS-116 6:30- 9:30 P • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being 21070 HY1 HYBRID BUS-202 2/11-5/25 Moady, Alireza dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Moady, Alireza 6:30- 8:30 P (2/11) BUS-205 M MUST email your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email (2/25) M 8:30 P 6:30- BUS-205 Moady, Alireza address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway 6:30- 8:30 P M Moady, Alireza BUS-205 (3/25) BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Moady, Alireza M (4/22) 8:30 P BUS-205 6:30- academics/distance-education. BUS-205 6:30- 8:30 P M (5/20) Moady, Alireza This 14-week hybrid class requires on-campus meetings as HYBRID CLASS: shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST email your instructor at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID num - ber AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Students are limited to registering in a maximum more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. of 19 units. Exceptions for additional units must Last day to drop without “W”: 03/04; Last day to add: 03/04; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/02; Last day to drop for refund: 02/23. be petitioned through Counseling. = Online = Hybrid = Honors = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

45 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 43 DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DAYS CIS 218 C 3 Units CIS 201 C 3 Units Visual C# Programming Microsoft Virtualization and Cloud Deployment Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: CIS 211 C This course will prepare students with the knowledge and skills in virtualization This course introduces students to the Visual C# programming language. Students technology such as Hyper-V, System Center, Desktop Virtualization, and Cloud Computing. will learn how to design, code, and debug programs common to the business • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION environment. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Moady, Alireza BUS-202 1/28-5/25 Wu, Penn BUS-202 HYBRID 22992 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-3/24 21115 HY1 6:00- 9:50 P BUS-305 Wu, Penn BUS-205 Moady, Alireza 1/28-3/24 T 12:00-12:50 P F (2/1) 12:00-12:50 P F (3/8) BUS-305 Wu, Penn HYBRID CLASS: This 8-week hybrid class meets once a week with online assign - (4/5) F 12:00-12:50 P BUS-305 Wu, Penn ments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, F (5/24) Wu, Penn BUS-305 12:00-12:50 P you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST email your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email This full semester hybrid class requires on-campus meetings as HYBRID CLASS: address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST email your instructor at [email protected] academics/distance-education. - CypressCollege.edu with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID num Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; ber AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. CIS 202 C 3 Units CIS 226 C 3 Units VMware vSphere Virtualization Networking Java Programming Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC/CSU This course prepares students to install, deploy, configure, manage, secure, Advisory: CIS 211 C or equivalent programming experience and analyze a VMware virtual infrastructure including VMware virtual desktop This course introduces students to the Java programming language. Students will and cloud computing. It is recommended ONLY for students with knowledge in learn the language syntax, how to design and debug programs as well as object networking. oriented programming concepts. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION BUS-204 6:00- 21116 100 9:10 P M Clarke, Bret 3/25-5/25 BUS-202 Moady, Alireza 22993 HY1 HYBRID LAB 5:50 P 5:00- BUS-202 W 3/25-5/25 T Moady, Alireza BUS-205 9:50 P 6:00- ONLINE 22972 OL1 1/28-5/25 Zhou, Jerry This 8-week hybrid class meets once a week with online assign HYBRID CLASS: - ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. You must ments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, update your current email address in myGateway before registering for the course you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST so that you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more email your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. CIS 232 C 3 Units Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Cisco Networking 3 Transfer: CSU CIS 211 C 3 Units Prereq: CIS 231 C Offered by Cisco Local Academy, this course focuses on advanced IP addressing Introduction to Programming techniques; Variable Length subnet Masking, routing protocols, switch configura - Transfer: UC/CSU tion, and Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs). Upon successful course completion This beginning course in programming introduces students to the Visual C# .NET students will receive a certificate from Cisco. and Visual Basic .NET programming languages. Students will learn how to design, • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION code, and debug programs common to the business environment. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 1/28-3/24 Izadi, Behzad BUS-116 24458 HY1 HYBRID 22971 001 12:15- 1:40 P MW Molnar, P BUS-203 eter 9:30 P MW 6:30- BUS-116 Izadi, Behzad 1/28-3/24 BUS-202 LAB 2:00- 2:50 P M HYBRID CLASS: This 8-week hybrid class meets twice a week with online assign - 1:40 P TTh Clarke, Bret BUS-203 22599 002 12:15- ments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, LAB 2:00- 2:50 P T BUS-202 you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST email 21112 HY1 HYBRID BUS-202 Wu, Penn 1/28-5/25 your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email address, 2:00- 3:30 P F Wu, Penn BUS-203 class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being academics/distance-education. dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. Selitrennikoff, Patrick BUS-202 21113 HY2 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Selitrennikoff, Patrick (1/28) 6:00- 7:50 P M BUS-203 Students may elect to complete an online HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class requires an on-campus meeting as shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend orientation by visiting this address: the first on-campus meeting on 1/28 AND enter your email address in myGateway before enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ http://www.CypressCollege.edu/~counseling/orientation academics/distance-education. This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. Be sure to take the quiz. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

46 44 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INSTRUCTOR DATES DAYS DAYS CIS 251 C 1 to 2 Units CIS 233 C 3 Units Cisco Networking 4 Advanced Word Processing Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: CIS 232 C Prereq: CIS 250 C This variable unit, open entry/open exit course with flexible hours is designed as Offered through Cisco Local Academy, this course focuses on advanced IP addressing techniques; address translation, WAN technology and protocols a continuation of CIS 250 C. Advanced applications include, but are not limited to, desktop publishing, macros, margins, and record processing. May be taken for a including PPP, ISDN and Frame Relay. Upon successful course completion students will receive a certificate from Cisco. cumulative total of 2 units. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Plus 54-108 hours lab TBA depending on units attempted. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION BUS-116 24470 HY1 HYBRID 3/25-5/25 Izadi, Behzad • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION MW 3/25-5/25 BUS-116 6:30- 9:30 P Izadi, Behzad • Open Entry/Open Exit - This 8-week hybrid class meets twice a week with online assign HYBRID CLASS: 6:50 P 6:00- 21891 100 1/28-5/25 Gauthier, Alan BUS-320 M ments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and MUST email Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE CIS 252 C 3 Units enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Java Web and Mobile Applications academics/distance-education. Transfer: CSU Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; Prereq: CIS 226 C Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. This course covers topics in Java Web and mobile Applications. Topics include multithreading, networking, JDBC, Servlet, JSF, web services and mobile 3 Units CIS 236 C applications. Intro to Oracle: SQL & PL/SQL • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Transfer: CSU 1/28-5/25 Zhou, Jerry ONLINE 21120 OL1 This course introduces students to data server technology. Students learn to This full semester online class meets entirely online. You must ONLINE CLASS: create and maintain database objects, SQL (Structured Query Language) and update your current email address in myGateway before registering for the course PL/SQL (Programming Language/Structured Query Language) programming so that you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more languages. information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION This class requires 4 scheduled examinations in the CIS lab. 21119 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 BUS-202 Molnar, Peter 6:00- Molnar, P Th 8:30 P BUS-204 eter HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more Computer Science information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 4 Units CSCI 123 C CIS 247 C 3 Units Introduction to Programming Concepts in C++ Python Programming Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: MATH 141 C or MATH 142 C, with minimum grades of “C” The course provides a hands-on introduction to the Python scripting language This course is an introduction to the basic principles of programming. Students with an objective to give students the ability to integrate Python with HTML. will design algorithms, write internal and external documentation and write • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION source code using C++. Object-oriented programming will be introduced. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Staff S 24208 800 BUS-305 1:15 P 9:00- HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Wu, Penn BUS-202 21073 HY1 LAB S Staff BUS-305 2:15 P 1:25- F Wu, Penn 1:00- 1:50 P BUS-305 TTh 10:15-12:20 P 21887 002 BUS-305 Shulman, S. This full semester hybrid class meets once a week with online HYBRID CLASS: LAB 12:30- 1:00 P TTh Shulman, S. BUS-305 assignments. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and 4 Units CSCI 133 C MUST email your instructor at [email protected] with your full name, email Data Structures in C++ address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter your email address in myGateway Transfer: UC/CSU BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Prereq: CSCI 123 C with a grade of “C” or better academics/distance-education. This course consists of applications of data structures including linked lists, stacks, queues, tables, sorting methods, tree structures, recursion and directed 1 to 2 Units CIS 250 C graphs using C++. Students will create abstract data types (ADT) and modify Word Processing class libraries. Transfer: CSU BUS-305 24220 001 6:00- 8:05 P TTh Shulman, S. This variable unit, open entry/open exit course with flexible hours consists of Shulman, S. LAB 8:50 P TTh 8:15- BUS-305 basic and advanced text editing performed using Microsoft Word. Unit credit may range from 1 to 2 units in any given semester. Knowledge of keyboarding is recommended. • Plus 54-108 hours lab TBA depending on units attempted. Looking for a Deadline? • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length • Open Entry/Open Exit classes. M 6:50 P BUS-320 21074 100 Gauthier, Alan 1/28-5/25 6:00- Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. full semester. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

47 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 45 / CypressCollege.edu CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES DAYS COUN 110 C 3 Units Teaching as a Career Transfer: UC/CSU Counseling and This course is designed for future teachers. It surveys teaching as a profession and requires a 45-hour fieldwork experience in an educational setting. Student Development • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HUM-126 Lam, Mymy T 1:05 P 21564 001 11:00- The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for Students may elect to complete an online orientation by logging into myGateway future teachers. For more information about the Teacher Preparation Program, please and clicking on Online Orientation. email the instructor at [email protected] Some criminal offenses may prevent a student from participating in a fieldwork placement. If applicable, Live Scan fingerprinting and clearance should be done prior 1 Unit COUN 073 C to enrolling in this class. If you have any questions, please contact the Social Sci- Computer Access I ences Division, at (714) 484-7188. This course is designed for students with disabilities. It will provide training in the HUM-101 Daniel Pelletier, W 7:05 P 5:00- 21565 100 use of computer technology in a word processing and internet environment. May The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for be taken for credit 2 times. future teachers. For more information about the Teacher Preparation Program, please • Non-degree credit email the instructor at [email protected] T wn CCCPLX-100 3/5-5/7 Decker, Da 5:50 P 4:00- 24812 200 Some criminal offenses may prevent a student from participating in a fieldwork Last day to drop without “W”: 03/11; Last day to add: 03/11; placement. If applicable, Live Scan fingerprinting and clearance should be done prior Last day to drop for refund: 03/05. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/23; to enrolling in this class. If you have any questions, please contact the Social Sci- ences Division, at (714) 484-7188. 1 Unit COUN 100 C College Orientation COUN 139 C 1 Unit Transfer: CSU Career Exploration Advisory: This course is designed for students who are eligible for services For students who are undecided about their educational or career goals. Students from Disability Support Services (DSS). assess interests, skills, strengths, personality, values, life and work style choices This course is designed for students with disabilities. Students will learn campus and research potential educational and career goals. Additional cost for career policies and procedures, strengthen study skills, create a Student Educational assessments may be required. Contract and develop responsible academic and personal attitudes. • $6.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION BUS-317 3/29-5/10 F 9:00-11:50 A 24814 200 Michelle, Deborah 9:20 A T 3/5-5/7 Laguana-Ferinac, Renay HUM-126 24810 200 7:30- Last day to drop without “W”: 03/29; Last day to add: 03/29; Last day to add: 03/11; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/29. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/03; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/23; Last day to drop for refund: 03/05. HUM-126 2/27-5/22 W 11:00-12:15 P Lehmeier, Marisa 24807 201 Last day to drop without “W”: 03/05; Last day to add: 03/05; 24808 OL1 ONLINE Laguana-Ferinac, Renay 3/4-5/12 Last day to drop with “W”: 05/01; Last day to drop for refund: 02/27. This full semester online class meets entirely online. You must ONLINE CLASS: update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for this class 1 Unit COUN 105 C in order to receive important communication via email from the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Stress and Anxiety Management Last day to drop without “W”: 03/13; Last day to add: 03/13; Transfer: CSU Last day to drop for refund: 03/08. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/29; This course is designed to increase the student’s awareness of the effects of stress and anxiety on academic performance and daily life. Students will practice a variety of coping skills and management techniques. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION T Laguana-Ferinac, Renay 1/29-3/26 1:30- 3:20 P 24809 200 HUM-126 Last day to add: 02/04; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/04; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/12; Last day to drop for refund: 01/29. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

48 46 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DAYS CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR The mission of the Legacy Program is to provide students with a strong academic program, instructional resources, and motivational support to facilitate their progression toward transferring to four-year institutions. Set in a positive academic environment, students create a close bond with their peers, mentors and professors as they participate in a variety of events both on and off campus. By offering interesting and rewarding curriculum that focuses on the Black experience, students that complete the program are prepared to transfer and excel in university level work. ENGL 100 C COUN 160 C Mentors The class works to develop an educational Mentors work with students to This class works to improve written plan, enhance study skills, explore career provide guidance, support and language skills and enhance research options, and identify lifetime goals. encouragement. methods while exploring African American culture and literature. For more information, go to the Legacy Website: www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/specialPrograms/LegacyProgram Or, contact: Eldon Young, Dean [email protected] Regina Rhymes, Legacy Program Coordinator [email protected] La Ron Armstead, Legacy Program Counselor [email protected] COUN 140 C (continued) 1 Unit COUN 140 C Educational Planning 22030 350 4:00- 6:50 P T 4/2-5/14 Jepson, Jane TE3-317 Transfer: UC/CSU The above class is designed for Career Technical Education Majors. Orientation to college life and responsibilities; development of a student educa - Last day to add: 04/02; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/02; Last day to drop for refund: 04/02. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/07; tional plan. T TE3-317 23065 351 7:00- 4/2-5/14 Weitzel, John 9:50 P • $6.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Last day to add: 04/02; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/02; 22446 200 F 8:30-12:45 P BUS-319 2/22-3/15 Grantham, Robert Last day to drop with “W”: 05/07; Last day to drop for refund: 04/02. The above class is designed for Business and Computer Information Systems Majors. Last day to add: 02/22; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/22; Rangel, Jacquelyn ONLINE 24813 OL1 2/25-4/7 Last day to drop with “W”: 03/08; Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. This full semester online class meets entirely online. You must ONLINE CLASS: Vo, Denise TE3-218 24834 300 3/26-4/11 TTh 9:00-11:50 A update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for this class The above class is designed for Health Science Majors. in order to receive important communication via email from the instructor. For more Last day to add: 03/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/26; information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/09; Last day to drop for refund: 03/26. Last day to add: 03/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/03; TE3-317 Villasenor, Doreen 1/30-3/6 W 10:00-12:50 P 21600 201 Last day to drop with “W”: 03/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/28. The above class is designed for Health Science Majors. Last day to drop without “W”: 01/30; Last day to add: 01/30; COUN 145 C 2 Units Last day to drop for refund: 01/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 02/27; Job Readiness-Career Management 23741 302 10:00-12:50 P W Villasenor, Doreen TE3-317 4/3-5/15 Transfer: CSU The above class is designed for Health Science Majors. Students will learn to successfully bridge from college to the workplace. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Strengths, skills, and college learning are maximized for gainful employment. Last day to drop for refund: 04/03. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/08; 1/29-3/7 Carter, Kelly TTh 10:45-12:00 P 24833 202 TE3-203 Professional online and in-person presence is developed, to include resumes, The above class is designed for Health Science Majors. interviewing, branding, attitude, job search, and career management. Last day to drop without “W”: 01/30; Last day to add: 01/30; Th 9:20 A 7:15- 24796 200 Pastrana, Ruby HUM-126 1/31-5/16 Last day to drop with “W”: 02/26; Last day to drop for refund: 01/29. Last day to add: 02/13; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/13; 1/29-3/5 T 24832 203 12:00- 2:50 P BUS-319 Heredia, Ernesto Last day to drop with “W”: 04/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/07. The above class is designed for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Majors. 24795 OL1 1/28-5/25 Coburn, Sarah ONLINE Last day to add: 01/29; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/29; ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class meets entirely online. You must Last day to drop with “W”: 02/26; Last day to drop for refund: 01/29. update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for this class BUS-319 1/31-3/7 Th 2:50 P 22730 204 12:00- Porter, Deidre in order to receive important communication via email from the instructor. For more The above class is designed for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Majors. information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 01/31; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/31; Last day to drop with “W”: 02/28; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. BUS-319 2:50 P 3/28-5/9 Th Porter, Deidre 23657 301 12:00- The above class is designed for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Majors. Last day to add: 03/28; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/28; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/02; Last day to drop for refund: 03/28. = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Hybrid = Honors

49 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 47 CRN SEC TIME DATES DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DAYS ROOM DAYS 1 Unit COUN 160HC COUN 150 C 3 Units Academic and Life Success Honors University Transition Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU This course is an enhanced orientation to the transfer process required for This course will give students practical skills and assistance in achieving Honors students. Emphasis is placed on researching transfer institutions and personal, academic, and relational success. Optional assessments require a fee. 21949 001 8:00- 9:25 A MW Pelletier, Daniel HUM-126 developing a personal portfolio. Duplicate credit not granted for COUN 160 C. Th Ssensalo, Renee HUM-126 24797 002 11:00- 2:10 P • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 24801 003 12:30- 3:40 P W Ssensalo, Renee HUM-126 1/28-5/25 Gabourie, Penn 21576 OL1 ONLINE y Weitzel, John 24831 004 2:00- 5:10 P HUM-126 M This full semester online class meets entirely online. To add ONLINE CLASS: Garcia, Juan 22059 005 2:00- 5:10 P Th HUM-321 the above class you MUST email your instructor at [email protected] The above class is designed for students enrolled in the Veteran Affairs Student edu with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter Program. For more information about the Veteran Affairs Program, please contact the your email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for this class in order to office at (714) 484-7150. receive important communication from the instructor. For more information, go to M HUM-126 6:00- 9:10 P Tharani, Deepa 21601 101 www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 24798 HY1 Duenas, Yolanda 24792 OL2 ONLINE y Gabourie, Penn 1/28-5/25 Duenas, Y Th 4:00 P 2:30- HUM-126 olanda This full semester online class meets entirely online. To add ONLINE CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets in class with online assign- HYBRID CLASS: the above class you MUST email your instructor at [email protected] ments. Class meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, edu with your full name, email address, class CRN, student ID number AND enter you MUST physically attend the class meetings listed above AND enter your email your email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for this class in order to address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to receive important communication from the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Laguana-Ferinac, Renay 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 24811 OL1 .5 to 2 Units ONLINE CLASS: COUN 299 C This full semester online class meets entirely online. You must update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for this class Counseling - Independent Study in order to receive important communication via email from the instructor. For more Transfer: CSU information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. This course is designed for students who wish to explore in-depth, various guid - ance related topics. May be taken for credit 4 times. COUN 151 C 3 Units • Open Entry/Open Exit Mosqueda-Ponce, Therese 1/28-5/25 21606 400 Career and Life Planning The above class is designed for students who have successfully completed the Transfer: CSU Puente Program. Students are required to attend a weekly group discussion through - Assists students in the analysis of lifestyles, self-assessment, career research, job out the semester. An approved Independent Learning Study contract is required. To search, resume preparation, interviewing skills, decision making and goal setting. add the above class, please email the instructor at [email protected] • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION, Additional costs for career Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; assessments may be required. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 8:00-11:10 A F 24789 001 Parker, HUM-126 Juliana 22439 401 De Dios, Paul 1/28-5/25 24793 002 8:00-11:10 A F Rubinfeld, Vanessa HUM-121 To add the above class, please see Dave Okawa, Director of Student Activities, in the HUM-101 22442 003 9:00-12:10 P F Beck, Anne-Marie Student Activities Office during business hours. An approved Independent Learning 22438 004 Herrera, Melissa 9:30-10:55 A HUM-126 MW Study Contract is also required. Bedard, Dana 21667 005 9:30-10:55 A TTh HUM-126 Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; HUM-126 21578 100 6:00- 9:10 P T Bedard, Dana Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 7:00-10:10 P 21579 101 W Bedard, Dana HUM-126 1/28-5/25 Coburn, Sarah HYBRID 24847 HY1 Coburn, Sarah HUM-126 12:30-3:30 P F (2/1) (3/8) Coburn, Sarah HUM-126 F 12:30-3:30 P 12:30-3:30 P (3/22) Coburn, Sarah F HUM-126 This full semester hybrid class meets in class with online assign- HYBRID CLASS: ments. Class meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, The Career Planning Center you MUST physically attend the class meetings listed above AND enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to Your roadmap to SUCCESS starts here. www.CypressCollege.edu/aacademics/distance-education. 1 Unit COUN 160 C College/University Transition Transfer: CSU This course will assist students in the selection of a transfer institution and the Explore College Majors and Careers • application process for transferring to a college or university. Duplicate credit not granted for COUN 160HC. Make Informed Decisions • • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HUM-201 10:00-10:50 A Mosqueda-Ponce, Therese 21607 001 Th Prepare for your Job Search • The above class is part of the Puente Program, a university preparation program. Reading and writing assignments will focus on the Latino/Chicano experience. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 100 C, CRN 20684 is required. Enrollment requires prior Fall 2018 participation. The Career Planning Center HUM-126 Armstead, LaRon M 22440 002 11:00-11:50 A (Student Center Bldg, 2nd Floor) This class is part of the Legacy Program. Concurrent enrollment in ENGL 100 C, 20615 and ETHS 129 C CRN 20154 is required. Enrollment requires prior Fall CRN www.CypressCollege.edu/services/cpc 2018 participation. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

50 48 / CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 DAYS INSTRUCTOR DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DAYS ROOM DATES 1 to 6 Units CTRP 036 C CR High Speed Proficiency Lab This course is designed as an open entry skill building lab required of all 180-220 Court Reporting words per minute students. Fifty-four hours is required for one unit of credit. (May be taken for a cumulative total of 6 units.) To further meet the Court Reporter’s Board and the National Court Reporter’s • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Association requirements, each student is required to complete a minimum of • Open Entry/Open Exit 1/28-5/25 21179 001 BUS-202 Freer, Carolee 54 hours of lab per semester. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; All students who register for classes with prefix of CTRP must be enrolled in Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; the Court Reporting Lab. 1 to 6 Units CTRP 037 C All Court Reporting students must furnish their own equipment and related CR Qualifier Lab supplies. This course is designed as an open entry lab required of all students in qualifiers. Fifty-four hours is required for one unit of credit. (May be taken for a cumulative total of 6 units.) The advanced speed building courses (CTRP 046 C, 047 C, 048 C, 049 C, • Non-degree credit • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 057 C, 058 C, 059 C, and 060 C) are currently being offered through the • Open Entry/Open Exit School of Continuing Education/LEAP. For further information, please contact BUS-202 21180 001 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 Ms. Armstrong at (714) 808-4909 or Ms. Freer at (714) 484-7211. Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 1 to 6 Units CTRP 030 C CTRP 038 C 1 to 6 Units CR Beginning Practice Lab Computer Aided Transcription Lab This course is an open entry lab designed for theory through 100 words per This course is designed as an open entry lab required of all computer assisted minute court reporting students. Fifty-four hours is required for one unit of credit. transcription students. Fifty-four hours is required for one unit of credit. May be (May be taken for a cumulative total of 6 units.) taken for a cumulative total of 6 units. • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit • Open Entry/Open Exit 1/28-5/25 BUS-202 21176 001 Freer, Carolee BUS-202 1/28-5/25 24268 001 Freer, Carolee Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 1 to 6 Units CTRP 031 C CTRP 039 C 3 Units CR Intermediate Practice Lab Internship-Legal Transcription This course is designed as an open entry skill building lab required of all 110 to This course offers practice work experience in legal transcription. There will be 140 words per minute students. Fifty-four hours is required for one unit of credit. hours of internship plus 10 hours of observation. 50 May be taken for a cumulative total of 6 units. • Non-degree credit • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit BUS-304 24271 400 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 1/28-5/25 Freer, Carolee BUS-202 21177 001 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. CTRP 040 C 3 Units Beginning Machine Shorthand Theory CTRP 033 C 2 Units A first semester course covering the basic theory of machine shorthand and Internship: Agency Services mastery of the keyboard. Meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. This course offers practical work experience in a court reporting agency. There • Plus three hours of court observation required will be 40 hours of internship required, along with 10 hours of observation. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Non-degree credit Freer, Carolee BUS-304 21189 001 9:30-10:55 A MW 24269 400 1/28-5/25 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 Freer, T 9:30-11:35 A BUS-304 LAB Carolee THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. CTRP 041 C 1 to 3 Units 2 Units CTRP 034 C Court Reporting Theory Review Internship: Court Services Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of CTRP 040 C This course offers practical work experience in a courthouse administrative or This course covers the review of basic theory of court reporting, reading fluency, clerical setting. There will be 40 hours of internship, along with 10 hours of and transcribing skills. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May observation. be taken for credit 4 times. • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 24270 400 BUS-304 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 • Open Entry/Open Exit THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. BUS-304 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 21190 001 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 040 C. CTRP 035 C 1 to 6 Units Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Advanced Practice Lab Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. This course is designed as an open entry lab required of all 140 to 180 words per minute students. Fifty-four hours is required for one unit of credit. (May be taken for a cumulative total of 6 units.) • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • Open Entry/Open Exit 1/28-5/25 BUS-202 21178 001 Freer, Carolee Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Hybrid = Honors

51 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 49 / CypressCollege.edu DATES CRN SEC TIME ROOM ROOM DATES DAYS DAYS INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR .5 to 2 Units 1 to 3 Units CTRP 051 C CTRP 042 C Machine Shorthand Speed Building l Court/Conference Reporting: Legal This course consists of an application of court reporting theory to the keyboard Prereq: Completion of CTRP 041 C to develop dictation rates of 60-100 wpm for a minimum of three minutes with - This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dicta tion on the machine at 80 wpm for three minutes with 95% accuracy. It meets 95% accuracy on jury charge, literary, and question and answer material. May be taken for credit 4 times. the requirements for the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. Open Entry/Open Exit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • 1/28-5/25 BUS-304 Freer, Carolee 21199 001 11:00- 1:05 P Th Open Entry/Open Exit • LAB BUS-304 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 M 11:00-12:25 P BUS-311 21191 001 9:50 A F 9:00- 1/28-5/25 Staff BUS-304 LAB 11:00-12:25 P W 1/28-5/25 Freer, Carolee 8:00- Staff BUS-311 1/28-5/25 MTTh 9:15 A LAB Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; CTRP 052 C 1 to 3 Units .5 to 2 Units CTRP 043 C Court/Conference Reporting: Medical Machine Shorthand Speed Building 2 This course applies court reporting theory to the steno keyboard to develop dicta - This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dicta - tion rates of 120-140 wpm for a minimum of three minutes with 95% accuracy tion on new material at 100 wpm for five minutes with 95% accuracy. It meets with emphasis on medical terminology. May be taken for credit 4 times. the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. Open Entry/Open Exit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 T 2:40 P 21200 001 12:35- BUS-304 • Open Entry/Open Exit MW 2:00 P LAB 12:35- Freer, Carolee BUS-304 1/28-5/25 BUS-311 Staff 1/28-5/25 21192 001 Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 042 C. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 1 to 3 Units CTRP 053 C CTRP 044 C .5 to 2 Units Court/Conference Reporting: Congressional This course offers further development of speed and accuracy on the steno Machine Shorthand Speed Building 3 machine in taking dictation to increase transcription skills with emphasis on This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dicta - congressional record material at rates of 160-180 wpm for a minimum of three tion on the steno machine of new material at 120 wpm for five minutes with 95% minutes. May be taken for credit 4 times. accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for Open Entry/Open Exit • credit 4 times. 21942 001 BUS-304 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 052 C. • Open Entry/Open Exit Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; 1/28-5/25 21193 001 10:00-10:50 A Staff BUS-311 F Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; MTTh 9:30-10:45 A LAB Staff BUS-311 1/28-5/25 Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. CTRP 054 C .5 to 3 Units Two/Four Voice Testimony CTRP 045 C .5 to 2 Units This course develops familiarity with a simulated courtroom scene consisting of a judge, a clerk, attorneys for the plaintiff and the defendant, and a witness Machine Shorthand Speed Building 4 participating in two- and four-voice dictation at 120-140 wpm. May be taken for - This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dicta credit 4 times. tion on new material on the steno machine at 140 wpm for five minutes with 95% • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION accuracy. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for • Open Entry/Open Exit credit 4 times. 8:00-10:05 A 21203 001 1/28-5/25 BUS-306 W Staff • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 9:25 A Staff BUS-304 M 8:00- LAB 1/28-5/25 • Open Entry/Open Exit Staff BUS-304 LAB 2:15- 3:40 P W 1/28-5/25 21195 001 BUS-311 Staff 1/28-5/25 Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 044 C. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. CTRP 055 C .5 to 3 Units Court/Conference Reporting: Jury Charge The advanced speed building courses (CTRP 046 C, 047 C, 048 C, 049 C, This course is an intensive application of court reporting theory to further develop 057 C, 058 C, 059 C, and 060 C) are currently being offered through the reading and transcribing skills from 160-180 wpm taking jury charge, legal School of Continuing Education/LEAP. For further information, please contact opinion and statement reporting. May be taken for credit 4 times. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Ms. Armstrong at (714) 808-4909 or Ms. Freer at (714) 484-7211. • Open Entry/Open Exit 21204 001 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 BUS-304 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 052 C. CTRP 050 C .5 to 2 Units Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; CSR/RPR Directed Practice Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; This course promotes further development of speed and accuracy in taking dictation on new material at speeds ranging from 180 to 260 wpm. It meets the requirements of the CR Board and NCRA. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Non-degree credit PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Verify Your Enrollment • Open Entry/Open Exit 21198 001 1/28-5/25 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 You can verify your class schedule through- THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 051 C. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; out the term by accessing myGateway . Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

52 50 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS CTRP 056 C .5 to 3 Units CTRP 081 C 3 Units Internship - Court Reporting Court/Conference Reporting: Jury Charge 2 This course is an intensive application of court reporting theory to further develop This course offers practical work experience in approved court and deposition proceedings. Internship will be scheduled depending on available court and reading and transcribing skills from 180-200 wpm taking jury charge, legal deposition openings. opinion, and statement reporting. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Non-degree credit • Plus 50 hours in the courtroom or in deposition proceedings plus 10 hours of observation • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Freer, Carolee BUS-304 1/28-5/25 21251 400 • Open Entry/Open Exit THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. BUS-304 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 21206 001 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 052 C. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; 2 Units CTRP 085 C Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Computer Aided Transcription - Dictionary Building This course will enable court reporting students to start building their personal 1 Unit CTRP 073AC dictionary using one of several CAT (Computer Aided Transcription) software Spelling for Modern Business systems. This course is an 18-hour intensive review of frequently misspelled words, 1/28-5/25 21252 001 BUS-306 Freer, Carolee homonyms, synonyms, and antonyms. Emphasis will be on business, legal, THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 091 C. medical, and technical terminology. 21249 001 1/28-5/25 Halford, Dennis BUS-311 CTRP 086 C 1.5 Units THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 042 C. Internship - Proofreading This course offers practice work experience in editing and proofreading legal 1 Unit CTRP 073BC documents. There will be 30 hours of internship required. Punctuation - Court Reporting BUS-304 21255 400 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 This course is an 18-hour intensive review of punctuation styles and rules used THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. in court documents, letters, legal office documents, contracts, memorandums, and reports. CTRP 087 C 3 Units 1/28-5/25 BUS-311 Halford, Dennis 21250 001 Internship - Hearing Reporter THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 044 C. This course offers practical work experience in the field of hearing reporting. There will be 50 hours of internship, plus 10 hours of observation. 1 Unit CTRP 073DC 23008 400 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 1/28-5/25 Proofreading THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. This course is an 18-hour course designed to prepare the student with instruction in proofreading techniques for California court documents. CTRP 088 C 3 Units BUS-306 24319 001 Staff 1/28-5/25 Internship - Captioning THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 054 C. This course offers practical work experience opportunities in the field of closed CTRP 074 C .5 to 3 Units captioning. A 15,000 word CAT dictionary is necessary to complete captioning projects. CSR-RPR-CBC-CCP Exam Preparation tion • 50 hours of internship, plus 10 hours of observa This course is designed for examination preparation for any of the following 23009 400 12:00- 2/28-5/23 Bravo, Leonor BUS-306 4:15 P Th examinations: CSR, RPR, CBC or CCP. May be taken for a cumulative total of THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 030 C. 3 units. Last day to add: 03/06; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/06; • Open Entry/Open Exit Last day to drop with “W”: 05/02; Last day to drop for refund: 02/28. Freer, Carolee BUS-304 1/28-5/25 22653 001 THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 051 C. .5 to 3 Units CTRP 089 C Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Court/Conference Reporting: Literary ll Students will record literary dictation material at speeds from 140-180 wpm with 2 Units CTRP 078 C special emphasis on topics relating to careers in Communication Access Realtime Internship: Medical Reporting Translation (CART) reporting. May be taken for credit 4 times. This course is designed to provide the court reporting medical transcriptionist • Non-degree credit student with practical work experience recording and reporting medical lectures, • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION seminars, and hearings. • Open Entry/Open Exit • Plus 40 hours of internship and 10 hours of observation BUS-304 Freer, Carolee M 4:35 P 2:30- 21256 001 1/28-5/25 2:40 P 1:15- BUS-304 Freer, Carolee 1/28-5/25 Th LAB 1/28-5/25 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 24274 400 BUS-304 LAB T 1/28-5/25 2:45- Freer, Carolee 4:10 P THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. CTRP 079 C 3 Units Internship- CART 1 to 3 Units CTRP 090 C This course provides the CART student with practical work experience recording Court/Conference Reporting: Literary and reporting seminars, hearings, and lectures. There will be 50 hours of intern- This course is designed to prepare the student to record literary material at ship plus 10 hours of observation. 24276 400 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 1/28-5/25 speeds from 110 to 150 wpm. An introduction to vocabulary designed to prepare THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. students for convention and hearing reporting, stenointerpreting, and other alter - native careers. May be taken for credit 4 times. 2 Units CTRP 080 C • Open Entry/Open Exit Freer, Carolee 21258 001 BUS-304 1/28-5/25 Internship: Law Office THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. This course offers practical work experience in an approved law office in the Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; County of Orange or Los Angeles. Internship will be scheduled, depending on Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; available law office openings. • Plus 40 hours in a law office or legal environment plus 10 hours of observa tion 24280 400 1/28-5/25 BUS-304 Freer, Carolee THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Hybrid = Honors

53 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 51 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME CTRP 091 C 2 Units 3 Units DANC 101 C Advanced Dictionary Build Multicultural Dance in the US Transfer: UC/CSU This course will enable court reporting students to start developing advanced Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C dictionary entries using one of several Computer Aided Transcription software Social and theatrical dances of the U.S. today will be examined in terms of systems. cultural influences, historical and social background and the functions they fulfill • Non-degree credit 21943 001 2:10- 3:00 P W Freer, Carolee BUS-306 in society. BUS-306 Halford, Dennis W 3:10- LAB 6:20 P • Cost of dance concert admission will not exceed $40. THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 085 C. 20042 001 8:35-10:00 A TTh Landry, Erin FA-311 20043 002 Afra, Maha MW FA-311 1:00- 2:25 P Wicks, Koryn T FA-311 6:00- 24244 103 9:10 P 2 Units CTRP 092 C Erin Landry, Th 6:00- 21657 101 9:10 P FA-311 Realtime Writing Concepts 24227 OL1 1/28-3/31 Rosa, Steve ONLINE This course introduces court reporting students to Realtime writing. Students will ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. To avoid being use their completed electronic dictionary and the appropriate software with which - dropped, you MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE reg their dictionary is compatible. istering for the course so that you can receive important information via email from • $3.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ 24291 001 1/28-5/25 Freer, Carolee BUS-306 distance-education. THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 091 C. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; Last day to add: 02/07; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. CTRP 096 C 1 to 3 Units Court/Conference Reporting: Literary III DANC 105 C 2 Units Prereq: CTRP 046 C or 160 wpm Ballet I Students will record literary dictation material at speeds from 180-220 wpm and Transfer: UC/CSU will be introduced to convention reporting, hearing reporting, steno interpreting Introduces the rudiments of classical ballet to the beginning dance student. and closed captioning. May be taken for credit 4 times. Strength and coordination will be developed to perform basic ballet skills. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Open Entry/Open Exit • Dance Concert admission will not exceed $30. BUS-304 1/28-5/25 Freer, Carolee 24292 001 Afra, Maha G2-125 21805 001 9:05-11:10 A MW THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; 2 Units DANC 106 C Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Ballet II Transfer: UC/CSU CTRP 097 C 1.5 Units Prereq: Audition — Demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance Internship - Scoping/Editing technique as provided by Title V This course offers practical work experience in scoping and editing legal This class covers the rudiments of classical dance for the intermediate ballet documents. student. • Plus 30 hours of internship required. • Dance concert admission will not exceed $30. 24293 400 BUS-304 1/28-5/25 Freer, Carolee MW G2-125 Afra, Maha 21806 001 9:05-11:10 A THIS CLASS IS CROSS-LISTED WITH CTRP 089 C. DANC 107 C 2 Units CTRP 099 C .5 to 2 Units Modern Dance I Court Reporting: Independent Study Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Students will learn and create dances that dynamically convey thoughts, feelings This course is designed for students who wish to gain further experience, and ideas while building strength, coordination and an expressive movement knowledge, or expertise in applied areas of court reporting. Students must obtain vocabulary. permission from the program coordinator to be enrolled in this class. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 22654 400 Freer, Carolee BUS-304 1/28-5/25 • Dance concert admission will not exceed $30. TO ADD ABOVE SECTION, SEE INSTRUCTOR. G2-125 9:05-11:10 A 20044 001 Wicks, K oryn TTh DANC 108 C 2 Units Modern Dance II Transfer: UC/CSU Dance Prereq: Audition — Demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance technique DANC 100 C 3 Units Students will learn and create intermediate level dances that convey thoughts, Introduction to Dance Appreciation feelings and ideas while broadening their movement and dynamic range. Transfer: UC/CSU • Dance Concert admission will not exceed $30. Students will learn the basic technique and the historical background of ballet, TTh G2-125 20045 001 9:05-11:10 A Wicks, K oryn modern and jazz dance and a world dance form. Dance concert admission may not exceed $30. DANC 109 C 2 Units Erin Landry, MW 9:05-11:35 A 20041 001 TA-220 Dance Improvisation Transfer: UC/CSU This course is designed to train the mind and body to respond and explore are available for anyone who would Safety escorts creative movement problems through improvisation. Choreographic concepts will be studied through improvisation. like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance Concert admission will not exceed $30. 24228 001 4:20 P TTh Ibrahim, Sakina TA-220 2:15- Contact Campus Safety at (714) 484-7387 Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

54 52 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS ROOM DATES DAYS DATES 1 Unit 2 Units DANC 117 C DANC 110 C Adaptive Dance Modern Dance III Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: This course is designed, but not limited to, students with Prereq: Audition — demonstrate mastery of beginning/intermediate level disabilities, registered with Disability Support Services (DSS). dance technique. This course introduces special needs students to elements of several types of The course will expose the student with the mastery of intermediate level modern dance, including modern and contact improvisation. The course will enhance self- dance technique to the advanced level of modern dance. The course may include confidence, dexterity, decision making and self awareness through the usage of partner work. Dance Concert admission fees will not exceed $30. several factors involved in the pedagogical process. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 9:05-11:10 A 21808 001 G2-125 oryn Wicks, K TTh 2:15- TA-220 Ibrahim, Sakina TTh 3:40 P 24229 001 DANC 130 C 1 Unit 2 Units DANC 111 C Afro-Caribbean Dance Jazz Dance I Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Students will learn the dance styles and rhythms of African and Caribbean Students will learn basic skills of jazz dance with emphasis on body alignment, cultures including dances from West Africa, Brazil, Trinidad, Haiti, Bahia, Cuba, strength and coordination. and the Dominican Republic. Dance as an inseparable part of the culture will be • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION discussed. • Dance concert admission will not exceed $30. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 21884 001 11:20- 1:25 P Robertson, Jade G2-125 MW • Cost of dance concert not to exceed $30. G2-125 24230 001 5:20- Jones, Monik 6:45 P TTh 2 Units DANC 112 C Jazz Dance II 1 Unit DANC 137 C Transfer: UC/CSU Latin and Swing Dance Prereq: Audition — demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance Transfer: UC/CSU technique as provided by Title V. Students will learn the technical skills necessary to perform the various social Students will learn basic skills of jazz dance with emphasis on body alignment, dance forms such as swing, salsa, cha-cha, and meringue. strength and coordination. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Dance concert admission not to exceed $30. • Dance concert admission not to exceed $30. G2-125 5:10 P TTh Jones, Monik 20049 101 3:45- G2-125 Robertson, Jade 23347 001 11:20- 1:25 P MW 2 Units DANC 141 C DANC 113 C 1 Unit Performance Class I Tap Dance I Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Students will study basic tap dance technique and elementary tap dances. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following: DANC 203 C, • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION THEA 149 C, or one from THEA 140 C through 147 C • Cost of dance concert admission will not exceed $30. TA-220 MW 20046 001 11:45- 1:10 P Reed, Cyrian The students learn and perform choreographic works of faculty, students and guest artists. Dance concert admission may not exceed $30. TA-104 22301 001 1/28-5/25 Afra, Maha DANC 114 C 1 Unit Dance audition for PEOPLE IN MOTION Dance Concert is Wednesday, January 30 Tap Dance II at 6 pm in Studio Theater, TA-102. Performance Dates: May 17, 18, and 19, 2019 Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition — demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance DANC 142 C 2 Units technique Performance Class II Students will develop skills in intermediate to advanced rhythm tap dancing by Transfer: UC/CSU studying combinations with some provision for student improvisation of dance. Prereq: Audition • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Advisory: THEA 149 C, THEA 150 C, THEA 151 C, THEA 152 C, DANC 203 C or • Dance Concert admission will not exceed $30. one from THEA 140 C-THEA 147 C 20047 001 11:45- MW Reed, Cyrian TA-220 1:10 P This course concentrates on training students in the intermediate skills required for performing choreographic works of faculty, students and guest artists. Dance 1 Unit DANC 115 C concert admission not to exceed $30. Hip Hop Dance • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Transfer: CSU 22303 001 1/28-5/25 Afra, Maha TA-104 Students will learn various forms of beginning hip-hop dance, including pop and Dance audition for PEOPLE IN MOTION Dance Concert is Wednesday, January 30 lock, hip-hop funk, syncopations and rhythms. A basic history of hip-hop culture at 6 pm in Studio Theater, TA-102. Performance Dates: May 17, 18, and 19, 2019 will be discussed. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 2 Units DANC 143 C • Dance Concert admission will not exceed $30. Performance Class III TA-220 Robertson, Jade 9:10 P 6:00- 24226 002 T Transfer: UC/CSU Reed, Cyrian G2-125 9:10 P 6:00- 20048 001 W Prereq: Audition Advisory: THEA 149 C, THEA 150 C, THEA 151 C, THEA 152 C, DANC 203 C or 2 Units DANC 116 C one from THEA 140 C-THEA 147 C Ballet III This course concentrates on training students in the advanced skills required for Transfer: UC/CSU performing choreographic works of faculty, students and guest artists. Dance Prereq: Audition — demonstrated mastery of beginning level dance concert admission may not exceed $30. technique as provided by Title V • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION This course is an advanced level ballet technique that may include pointe and Afra, Maha 1/28-5/25 22474 001 TA-104 partnering work. Dance Concert admission will not exceed $30. Dance audition for PEOPLE IN MOTION Dance Concert is Wednesday, January 30 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION at 6 pm in Studio Theater, TA-102. Performance Dates: May 17, 18, and 19, 2019 Afra, Maha 9:05-11:10 A 21807 001 G2-125 MW = Honors = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Hybrid

55 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 53 DAYS DATES CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR ROOM DANC 144 C 3 Units DANC 230 C 2 Units Dance Teaching Methodologies Performance Class IV Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Prereq: Audition Advisory: THEA 149 C, THEA 150 C, THEA 151 C, THEA 152 C, DANC 203 C or The course presents theoretical as well as practical teaching methodologies that one from THEA 140 C-THEA 147 C can be applied in several learning contexts, such as schools, colleges and private This course concentrates on training students in the advanced skills required for studios. Cost of Dance Concert Admission not to exceed $30. 4:20 P Lee, Francesca 24236 001 MW TA-220 2:15- performing and taking leadership roles in different aspects of the choreographic process of faculty, students and guest artists. All phases of the performance process from audition to rehearsal to backstage preparation will be covered. .5 to 3 Units DANC 296 C Dance concert admission may not exceed $30. Dance Open Laboratory • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU TA-104 Afra, Maha 1/28-5/25 22475 001 Students will learn the technical, managerial and artistic aspects associated with Dance audition for PEOPLE IN MOTION Dance Concert is Wednesday, January 30 a dance production. Concert admission cost may not exceed $30. at 6 pm in Studio Theater, TA-102. Performance Dates: May 17, 18, and 19, 2019 • Open Entry/Open Exit 20052 OE1 1/28-5/25 Afra, Maha DANC 203 C 1 to 2 Units You must have instructor approval to add the above section. Dance Production l Transfer: UC/CSU DANC 299 C .5 to 2 Units The student will learn practical experience in the technical aspects of dance Dance Independent Study production including costume design, set design, makeup, lighting, sound produc- Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU tion, and publicity. Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Luneburg, Cailin 20050 001 1/28-5/25 TA-104 This course is for advanced students who wish to increase their knowledge of This section is a ONE-unit course. dance and/or performance through individual study or research. Unit credit may It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting range from 1/2 to 2 units in any given semester. May be taken for credit 4 times. in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no 20053 400 1/28-5/25 Afra, Maha appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization To enroll in the above course contact the instructor at [email protected] meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. 1/28-5/25 Luneburg, Cailin 20051 002 TA-104 This section is a TWO-unit course. It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting Dental Assisting in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. You must be accepted into the If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. Dental Assisting Program 2 Units DANC 205 C prior to enrolling in any DA courses. Dance Ensemble Transfer: UC/CSU Are you interested in applying to the Prereq: Audition Dental Assisting Program? Theater and dance students with intermediate to advanced skill levels will develop their performing and choreographic skills, perform at K-12 schools, Visit our website for details and attend an information workshop! community events, American Dance Festival and other dance festivals. May be taken for credit 4 times. http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions- TTh 2:15 P 22589 001 11:20- G2-125 Afra, Maha special-programs/health-science/dental-assisting/ 1 to 2 Units DANC 206 C Dance Production II Transfer: UC/CSU DA 058 C 2 Units Prereq: Audition Clinical Externship I The student will learn practical experience in the technical aspects of running Prereq: Acceptance into the Dental Assisting Program crew for dance production including costume design, set design, makeup, This is the first in a series of clinical externships. The emphasis is on begin - lighting, and sound production. ning level skills and training for the dental assistant. Dental Assisting students • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION will complete clinical rotations in dental offices and/or schools of dentistry. A Luneburg, Cailin TA-104 22590 001 1/28-5/25 minimum of eight hours per week will be spent in the clinical setting. This is a ONE-UNIT course Pacheco, Elizabeth 11:15-12:30 P F 23068 001 2/1-3/22 TE3-302 It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting LAB 8:00- Pacheco, Elizabeth 4:50 P M 3/25-5/20 DNTOFF in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no Course calendar will be distributed at the first class meeting. appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. 22591 002 1/28-5/25 Luneburg, Cailin TA-104 This is a TWO-unit course. It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

56 54 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM DAYS INSTRUCTOR 2 Units DA 070 C DA 059 C 3.5 Units Clinical Externship II Dental Office Procedures Prereq: Successful completion of first semester Dental Assisting Program and Prereq: Enrollment in the Dental Assisting Program and successful enrollment in all of the second semester courses completion of all first semester courses This is the second in a series of clinical externships. The emphasis is on advanced - This course is designed to provide instruction, both didactic and practical applica skills and training for the dental assistant. A minimum of eight hours per week will tion in the skills and responsibilities of a dental administrative assistant. • $5.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION be spent in the clinical setting. Pacheco, Elizabeth TE3-216 Charleston, Giovanna 1/28-3/22 F 6:35-10:50 A 23935 200 1:30 P 21028 001 12:40- F 2/1-3/22 TE3-302 6:50- 7:40 A W 3/27-5/22 Pacheco, Elizabeth TE3-302 The above course has 4.5 hours lecture TBA. Calendar to be distributed at first class 8:00- 4:50 P 3/26-5/22 DNTOFF TW LAB Pacheco, Elizabeth meeting. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Course calendar will be distributed at the first class meeting. Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; DA 067 C 3 Units Dental Specialties Prereq: Enrollment in Dental Assisting Program and successful completion of all first semester courses This course provides instruction in the principles and procedures to function in the Dental Hygiene specialty area of dentistry as listed above. • Concurrent enrollment required in lab portion of this course You must be accepted into the • $107.00 Material Fee — P AYABLE AT REGISTRATION 21029 200 10:30-12:40 P MT 1/28-3/19 Silva, Joel TE3-302 Dental Hygiene Program 1/28-3/19 TE3-305 LAB Silva, Joel 7:00-10:20 A MT Last day to add: 02/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/03; prior to enrolling in any DH courses. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/05; Last day to drop for refund: 01/29. 10:30-12:40 P MT 1/28-3/19 Silva, Joel TE3-302 21030 201 Are you interested in applying to the TE3-305 4:20 P MT 1/28-3/19 Silva, Joel 1:00- LAB Last day to add: 02/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/03; Dental Hygiene Program? Last day to drop with “W”: 03/05; Last day to drop for refund: 01/29. Visit our website for details and attend an information workshop! 3 Units DA 068 C http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions- Chairside Assisting II Prereq: Enrollment in the Dental Assisting Program and successful special-programs/health-science/dental-hygiene/ completion of all first semester courses and/or an employed dental assistant This course provides instruction in the principles, instrumentation, and proce - dures to function as a Registered Dental Assistant. DH 110 C 6 Units • Concurrent enrollment required in lab portion of this course. Clinical Dental Hygiene WTh TE3-302 23933 200 10:30-12:40 P 1/30-3/20 Silva, Joel Transfer: CSU 7:00-10:20 A LAB WTh 1/30-3/20 TE3-305 Silva, Joel Prereq: Current enrollment in Dental Hygiene program and successful Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; completion of all first semester courses Last day to drop with “W”: 03/06; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. This course is the second in a series of four courses designed to prepare the Silva, Joel 1/30-3/20 TE3-302 23934 201 WTh 10:30-12:40 P student for clinical dental hygiene practice. 4:20 P WTh 1/30-3/20 Silva, Joel TE3-305 LAB 1:00- Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; • Course requires concurrent enrollment in lab portion of this course Last day to drop with “W”: 03/06; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Cherney, Julia TE3-303 8:50 A 8:00- 21103 001 M TE3-306 LAB 8:00-12:15 P W Cherney, Julia LAB 12:00- Th Cherney, Julia TE3-306 3:10 P 2.5 Units DA 069 C 5:15 P 1:00- TE3-306 Cherney, Julia LAB MW Clinical Externship III Prereq: Enrollment in the Dental Assisting Program and successful DH 113 C 2 Units completion of all first semester courses General and Oral Pathology This is the third in a series of clinical externships. The emphasis is on advanced Transfer: CSU skills and training for the dental assistant and registered dental assistant. A Prereq: Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene Program and successful minimum of eight hours per week will be spent in the clinical setting. completion of all first semester courses ThF 8:00- 23539 600 DNTOFF 5:50 P Pacheco, Elizabeth 3/28-5/24 Course calendar will be distributed at the first class meeting. This course is designed to provide knowledge in oral pathology and specific Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; pathologic processes. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/10; Last day to drop for refund: 03/29. TE3-303 3:15- 5:20 P T Smith Norman, Ravipan 21104 001 DH 116 C 2 Units Dental Materials - Hygienists Transfer: CSU Do you know your Prereq: Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene Program and successful Student ID and PIN Number? completion of first semester courses The structure, chemical and physical properties, and manipulation of materials You will be required to use your 8-digit Studen t ID used in dentistry will be covered. • $102.00 Material Fee — P AYABLE AT REGISTRATION . number to access myGateway 21105 001 8:50 A F Cherney, Julia TE3-303 8:00- Cherney, Julia TE3-303 LAB F 9:00-12:10 P Memorize it! Be ready! = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

57 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 55 INSTRUCTOR DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DH 125 C 2 Units Perio Pathology and Therapy North Orange County Community College District Transfer: CSU Prereq: Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene Program and successful completion of first semester courses Cypress College Foundation This course has been designed to provide the dental hygiene student with current theory in periodontics. Scholarships 21106 001 Cherney, Julia TE3-303 M 9:30-11:35 A Y eAr A cA demic 2018–2019 2 Units DH 212 C Head and Neck Anatomy Transfer: CSU Prereq: Current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene Program and successful completion of first semester courses This course is a study of the gross anatomical structures of the head and neck in humans, with an emphasis on the oral cavity. TE3-303 1:00- 3:05 P T 21107 001 Harris, Lee 6 Units DH 221 C Clinical Dental Hygiene Transfer: CSU Prereq: Enrollment in the Dental Hygiene Program and successful completion of all third semester courses This is the final course in clinical dental hygiene designed to prepare the student for clinical dental hygiene practice and to provide students advanced instruction Foundation Scholarship applications will be in patient care. 1:00- TE3-303 1:50 P M Velasco, Kendra 21108 001 available the first week of December, 2018 Velasco, Kendra TE3-306 LAB MTF 8:00-12:15 P Velasco, Kendra LAB 1:00- 5:15 P TE3-306 T in the Foundation Office or at the 2 Units DH 230 C college website Dental Specialties www.CypressCollege.edu Transfer: CSU Prereq: Enrollment in the Dental Hygiene Program and successful completion of all third semester courses A study of the role of the dental hygienist within the various dental practices. Each The Foundation scholarship awards generally range from specialty is studied to establish the dental hygienist’s perspective and relationship to dentistry. $300 to $1,000. Successful applicants are notified in April M Velasco, Kendra TE3-303 21109 001 3:15- 5:20 P and are invited to attend the Scholarship Awards 2 Units DH 241 C Community Oral Health II Presentation the following May. Most scholarship funds Transfer: CSU Prereq: Enrollment in the Dental Hygiene Program and successful completion are held until the following fall, as most (but not all) are of all third semester courses Second of two courses in Community Oral Health to develop principles and prac - for returning students. Traditionally, approximately 70% tices of oral health. Community-wide problems such as water fluoridation and the delivery of care are studied. of qualified applicants have been awarded one of the Tira, Diana TE3-303 21110 001 7:00- 9:05 A Th Foundation scholarships. 2 Units DH 245 C Dental Jurisprudence Transfer: CSU The Foundation office has information about other Prereq: Enrollment in the Dental Hygiene Program and successful completion of all third semester courses scholarships as well. We often receive information about This course emphasizes the fundamental factors necessary to conduct a well- regulated dental hygiene practice based on sound dental ethics and law. scholarships originating off-campus and we keep a list of 21111 001 9:30-11:35 A TE3-303 Tira, Diana Th many different scholarship sources available to our 1 Unit DH 248 C Medical/Dental Emergencies students. If you have questions about scholarships, Transfer: CSU Prereq: Enrollment in Dental Hygiene Program and successful completion of please feel free to visit the Foundation office. Office all third semester courses Course will provide the student with a consolidation of information concerning hours during the semester are M–F, 8 am to 5 pm. medical/life-threatening situations within the dental care settings. 22486 002 TE3-303 Lawrence, Roberta F 1:50 P 1:00- Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

58 56 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR Economics Diagnostic Medical Sonography ECON 100 C 3 Units You must be accepted into the Principles of Economics-Macro Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C with a minimum grade of “C” prior to enrolling in any DMS courses. This course concentrates on macroeconomic analysis. Topics emphasized are aggregate supply/demand concepts, economic aggregates and the overall func - Are you interested in applying to the tioning of the American economy. Duplicate credit not given for ECON 100HC. 20138 001 Sidhu, P arwinder HUM-225 9:05-10:30 A MW Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program? TTh HUM-225 20140 003 Sidhu, P 9:05-10:30 A arwinder Sidhu, Parwinder HUM-225 10:40-12:05 P 20139 002 MW Visit our website for details and attend an information workshop! HUM-307 11:20-12:45 P 20141 004 Gale, Michael TTh 20142 100 6:00- 9:10 P T Sidhu, Parwinder HUM-225 http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions- Odebunmi, Fola 1/28-5/25 20217 HY2 HYBRID special-programs/health-science/diagnostic-medical-sonography/ 7:20 P M (1/28) Odebunmi, Fola 6:00- HUM-305 This full semester Online class requires a MANDATORY On-Campus HYBRID CLASS: Orientation Meeting on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 6:00 pm-7:20 pm in HUM-305. 3 Units DMS 176 C To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend this mandatory orientation Pathology and Small Parts meeting. The remainder of the class will be ENTIRELY ONLINE. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway Prereq: DMS 175 C, RADT 262 C, DMS 170, DMS 172 C and HS 165 C with - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa minimum grades of “C” tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Coreq: DMS 186 C and DMS 207 C academics/distance-education. This course will discuss abdominal pathology and disease conditions and their Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; relevance to sonographic procedures. Small parts and neonatal scanning and Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. pathology are included in this course. Sidhu, Parwinder 22844 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 TE3-311 Corrales, Nancy F 4:40 P 1:30- 21449 001 8:50 P Sidhu, Parwinder HUM-225 7:30- (1/28) M HYBRID CLASS: This full semester Online class requires a MANDATORY On-Campus DMS 186 C 4 Units Orientation Meeting on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 7:30 pm-8:50 pm in HUM-225. Ob/Gyn Sonography To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend this mandatory orientation Transfer: CSU meeting. The remainder of the class will be ENTIRELY online. BEFORE registering for Prereq: DMS 170 C, DMS 172 C and DMS 175 C with minimum grades of “C” this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway and DMS 207 C as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - Coreq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in DMS 176 C tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Obstetric/Gynecology sonography is a study of the pregnant and non-pregnant academics/distance-education. female reproductive system. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; 21450 001 TE3-311 Corrales, Nancy F 8:00-12:15 P Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 10 Units DMS 207 C ECON 105 C 3 Units Clinical Education I Principles of Economics-Micro The student is expected to complete a minimum of 480 hours at an affiliated Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU hospital/medical center. This course will provide basic instruction and scanning Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C with a minimum grade of “C” experience in abdomen sonography. This course concentrates on microeconomic analysis. Topics emphasized are the 21451 600 1/28-5/25 HOSP Corrales, Nancy basic structure of the United States economic system and the interrelationships The above course includes 24 hours per week in a hospital/clinical setting, to be within this structure. Duplicate credit not given for ECON 105HC. arranged. 23194 004 9:45-11:10 A Odebunmi, F ola HUM-316 MW TTh Sidhu, Parwinder HUM-225 20145 003 10:40-12:05 P Odebunmi, Fola 20143 001 11:45- 1:10 P MW HUM-316 CHANGES TO PRIORITY REGISTRATION Gale, Michael 20144 002 1:50- 3:15 P TTh HUM-305 aul Th 20146 100 6:00- 9:10 P Park, P HUM-305 Due to recent changes to state law and regulations, registration 20220 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Sidhu, Parwinder priority is changing. To guarantee eligibility for Priority Enrollment, (1/28) M 7:20 P Sidhu, Parwinder HUM-225 6:00- all meet ALL New and Returning Students must of the following HYBRID CLASS: This full semester Online class requires a MANDATORY On-Campus requirements: Orientation Meeting on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 6:00 pm-7:20 pm in HUM-225. assessment process 1. Complete the — math and English place- To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend this mandatory orientation meeting. The remainder of the class will be ENTIRELY ONLINE. BEFORE registering for ment tests (or equivalent), this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway 2. Attend an session, and orientation as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - one semester education plan in the orientation 3. Complete a tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ session. academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Continuing and Returning Students must also be in good academic Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. standing: 1. Have not been academically dismissed or on probationary status for two consecutive terms, and 2. Have completed 75% or more units with A, B, C, CR, and P 3. Have not earned more than 100 degree-applicable units at Cypress and Fullerton Colleges. = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

59 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu 57 / DATES DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME ECON 105 C (continued) 22846 HY2 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Odebunmi, Fola 7:30- 8:50 P M (1/28) Odebunmi, Fola HUM-305 IMAGINE This full semester Online class requires a MANDATORY On-Campus HYBRID CLASS: Orientation Meeting on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 7:30 pm-8:50 pm in HUM-305. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend this mandatory orientation meeting. The remainder of the class will be ENTIRELY ONLINE. BEFORE registering for A Career in Teaching this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - The Teacher Preparation Program is for you! tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. Elementary and Secondary Future Teachers are Welcome Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Benefits of the program: ECON 299 C 1 Unit • Frequent Specialized Academic Advisement Economics Independent Study • Career Pathway for a Smooth University Transfer Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU • Early Fieldwork Experience at Local K–12 Schools Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Independent study is for advanced students who wish to extend their knowledge Transfer Agreements with CSUF, CSULB, and CSUDH • of a particular area of economics through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 times. To schedule a counseling appointment, contact: HUM-238 1/28-5/25 Odebunmi, Fola 20147 400 Daniel Pelletier or Mymy Lam (714) 484-7015 Students must contact a full time instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An Humanities/Teacher Prep Counselors, Student Center, Second Floor agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by For all other inquiries, contact: the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. Dean, Social Sciences Division, Humanities 238, (714) 484-7185 Education Engineering 3 Units EDU 200 C 3 Units ENGR 102 C Elementary School Teaching Engineering Design Graphics Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: COUN 110 C or at least one year as a paraprofessional in a public This is an introductory course which utilizes drafting and CAD as a tool for graphic school setting concepts, visualization and completing a set of engineering drawings. Saleh, Massoud 21400 100 7:05 P TTh 6:00- SEM-114 This course provides an overview of the teaching profession for students who SEM-114 9:25 P LAB Saleh, Massoud 7:15- TTh are considering a career in elementary school teaching. 45 hours of fieldwork will be required. 22272 HY1 Saleh, Massoud 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 2:20 P 20148 001 12:15- M yl HUM-307 Ward, Sher Th SEM-104 Saleh, Massoud 1:40 P 12:35- The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended LAB 1:50- 4:00 P Th Saleh, Massoud SEM-104 for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: information. On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email Some criminal offenses may prevent a student from participating in a fieldwork address in myGateway before enrolling in the class. For more information, go to placement. If applicable, Live Scan fingerprinting and clearance should be done prior www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. to enrolling in this class. If you have any questions about this, contact the Dean of Social Sciences Division at (714) 484-7185. ENGR 110 C 3 Units Introduction to Engineering Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C with minimum grades of “C” Introduction to engineering as a profession and associated career responsibilities Energy and and opportunities. It includes field trips to engineering facilities. Speakers from various engineering fields illustrate opportunities and challenges in the engi- Sustainable Technology neering profession. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGT 110 C. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION EST 100 C 3 Units SEM-114 Saleh, Massoud TTh 22874 001 4:10- 5:35 P Renewable and Sustainable Energy Transfer: UC/CSU 3 Units ENGR 201 C This course investigates the potential of renewable energy technologies such as Statics solar energy, wind power, hydropower, geothermal, fuel cells, biomass, ocean Transfer: UC/CSU wave power, alternative transportation technology. Also addressed are conven - Prereq: ENGR 110 C, PHYS 221 C and MATH 150 AC with a grade of “C” or tional energy sources including oil, coal, natural gas, and nuclear energy. higher 1/28-5/25 Woodson, Billy 24084 HY1 HYBRID This course is an introduction to the analysis of forces on engineering structures TE3-101 Woodson, Billy 1/28-5/25 TTh 8:45 P 6:30- LAB in equilibrium. Topics include the study of force systems, equilibrium conditions, HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid and analytical vector mechanics as applied to practical engineering problems. being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and 21401 001 SEM-114 MW 4:55 P Saleh, Massoud 3:30- you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

60 58 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu Flow Chart for Physics/Engineering Courses MATH ENGT/ENGR PHYSICS 010 C 130 C or High School Physics Fa/Sp/Su 015 C 110 C Either 020 C or 041 C Fa 020 C 041 C Need this for all same as Physics Courses 040 C 030 C Both 202 C 201 C For ENGT For ENGT 142 C 141 C 102 C Fa/Sp Concurrent OK 150AC 210 C 211 C 150BC Concurrent OK 250AC 221 C 201 C Fa/Sp/Su Sp 250BC 223 C 222 C Fa/Sp Fa/Sp Fa = Fall Sp = Spring Su = Summer Contact: Dr. Brinda Subramaniam: [email protected] or (714) 484-7000 x48645 or Massoud Saleh: [email protected] = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Hybrid = Honors

61 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 59 ROOM DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DAYS INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES ENGR 205 C 3 Units Advanced 3D Solid Modeling and Simulation Transfer: CSU English Prereq: ENGR 102 C with a minimum grade of “C”. MATH 142 C with a minimum grade of “C”. READING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION An advanced course in Computer Aided Design CAD systems that emphasize The READING PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION, which satisfies the Reading development of visualization skills, orthographic projects, mechanical dimensions Proficiency Graduation Requirement for the Associate Degree, will be adminis- and tolerance practices with use of sketches and features such as extrusion, tered in the Assessment Center. Proficiency in reading may also be satisfied by revolution, sweep, loft to create 3-D solid models. receiving a “C” in ENGL 096 C, ENGL 102 C, ENGL 102HC, ENGL 103 C, ENGL Saleh, Massoud 23120 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 W 7:05 P SEM-104 Saleh, Massoud 6:00- 104 C, ENGL 104HC, or ENGL 106 C, or by CSU General Education Certification Saleh, Massoud LAB 7:15- 9:25 P W SEM-104 or IGETC Certification. No units are given for passing the Reading Proficiency This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: Examination, nor is the total number of units required to complete the Associate On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you Degree lowered. Students who meet the area requirement by the proficiency MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email exam are still required to satisfy the 60-unit requirement for graduation. address in myGateway before enrolling in the class. For more information, go to A student may attempt to pass the proficiency exam only one time, after www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. completion of ENGL 100 C or equivalent. Please contact the Assessment Solid modeling, simulation, motion analysis and animation using Solidworks. CSW Center for specific testing dates. A $25 cash fee must be paid in advance to the certificate training and free voucher to take the exam. Bursar Office, which is located on the first floor of the Student Center. Please ***This class is not using AutoCAD*** arrive 30 minutes prior to the hour and bring proof of completion of ENGL 100 C or equivalent, photo identification, a #2 pencil, a student ID number, and Bursar Office receipt. 3 Units ENGR 220 C Programming and Problem-Solving in MATLAB Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MATH 150AC with a minimum grade of “C” ENGL 057 C 4 Units Application of computer programming to engineering problem solving. Structured Reading & Writing I approach to problems. Input-output concepts for both numerical and graphical Prereq: Student must have appropriate score on CTEP Assessment. results. This course is designed for first semester college students and emphasizes basic 23906 HY1 HYBRID Saleh, Massoud 1/28-5/25 instruction in reading and writing. Individualized instruction is provided. 6:00- SEM-114 Saleh, Massoud M 7:05 P • Non-degree credit 7:15- 9:25 P M Saleh, Massoud SEM-114 LAB • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: 24142 001 HUM-335 9:05-11:10 A TTh Flores-Salcido, Dahlia On-campus meetings are shown on the above line. To avoid being dropped, you 24309 002 12:00- 2:05 P Flores-Salcido, Dahlia HUM-331 TTh MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND enter your email HUM-335 Kilroy, James Th 6:00-10:15 P 22345 101 address in myGateway before enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. ENGL 058 C 4 Units Reading and Writing II ENGR 299 C .5 to 2 Units Prereq: ENGL 057 C with a “C” or better or acceptable score on the Engineering Independent Study placement test Transfer: UC/CSU Credit Limitation This course is designed to prepare students for ENGL 060 C and for the demands Prereq: Approved Independent Study Contract of college reading and writing. Individualized instruction is included. For students who wish to increase their knowledge in the field of engineering • Non-degree credit through individual study, research, or internships as described in an independent • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION study contract with the instructor. MW 24310 002 9:45-11:50 A Barretto, Jacqueline HUM-331 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HUM-333 21633 005 9:45-11:50 A TTh Gabriel, Diane Saleh, Massoud 1/28-5/25 23865 IS1 SEM 1:20 P MW Letcher, Annette HUM-335 22976 001 11:15- Please contact Massoud Saleh for more information at [email protected] 21031 003 12:00- 2:05 P MW Barretto, Jacqueline HUM-331 or call (714) 484-7000 extension 48372. TTh 24313 004 12:00- 2:05 P HUM-333 Gabriel, Diane 2:15- 4:20 P HUM-331 22978 012 TTh Khan, Shazia 6:05 P Rasmussen, Amy HUM-335 4:00- 21584 103 MW M Watts, Suzanne HUM-333 21034 100 6:00-10:15 P 6:00-10:15 P Khan, Shazia HUM-333 21035 101 T ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES: W HUM-333 Provenzano, Maureen 6:00-10:15 P 24312 102 (commonly known as “Add Codes”) 1/28-3/24 Jones, Sarah 23134 HY HYBRID may be issued by the instructor based on TTh Jones, Sarah HUM-335 11:15- 1:20 P 1/28-3/24 space availability and in accordance with all FAST-TRACK ENGLISH — HYBRID CLASS: This 8-week class meets on campus and online. The on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being the requirements for the class. dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND you Prior to the first day of class MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For • if the class is OPEN — no add code is more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. needed Fast-Track English courses are compressed classes that meet for the same number of hours as a full-term class, but in a shorter period of time (eight weeks each). These • if the class is CLOSED — an add code is courses involve two eight-week courses (ENGL 058 C and ENGL 060 C) packaged needed together in a single semester. Instructors collaborate on the curriculum in order to Beginning the first day of class provide an easier transition from ENGL 058 C to ENGL 060 C. Students who suc - cessfully complete ENGL 058 C are given priority registration for the ENGL 060 C • an add code is needed for most classes Fast-Track course. • add codes must be used by 11:59 pm on Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; the add deadline Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

62 60 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DATES DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS CRN SEC TIME ENGL 060 C 4 Units ENGL 060 C (continued) College Writing Preparation 24311 HY 3/25-5/25 Jones, Sarah HYBRID Prereq: Acceptable score on placement test, ENGL 058 C with a grade of “C” 1:20 P Jones, Sarah TTh 3/25-5/25 HUM-335 11:15- or better or ESL 186 C with a grade of “C” or better FAST-TRACK ENGLISH — HYBRID CLASS: This second-session, 8-week class meets on campus and online. The on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To This course is designed to prepare students for ENGL 100 C. The focus is on avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed reading, critical analysis, grammar review, and writing expository essays. above AND you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling Basic Skills Course • in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ Non-degree credit • distance-education. PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • Fast-Track English courses are compressed classes that meet for the same number 7:30- 9:35 A MW Daugherty, Sarah HUM-331 20588 001 of hours as a full-term class, but in a shorter period of time (eight weeks each). These 7:30- 9:35 A HUM-333 Pham, Jacqueline Nha TTh 20590 002 courses involve two eight-week courses (ENGL 060 C and ENGL 100 C) packaged 24644 016 HUM-331 Staff TTh 9:35 A 7:30- together in a single semester. Instructors collaborate on the curriculum in order to 8:00-12:15 P F Stevenson, Anthony HUM-103 20591 003 - provide an easier transition from ENGL 060 C to ENGL 100 C. Students who suc MW Simoes, Nora HUM-333 20592 004 8:15-10:20 A cessfully complete ENGL 060 C are given priority registration for the ENGL 100 HUM-335 Brewer, Justin MW 8:15-10:20 A 20602 018 Fast-Track course. Daugherty, Sarah HUM-203 21637 017 8:15-10:20 A TTh Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; 20953 019 9:05-11:10 A Coley, Karen HUM-311 MW Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. 20596 009 9:45-11:50 A MW Nabahani, Melanie HUM-116 9:45-11:50 A HUM-331 Pham, Jacqueline Nha TTh 20598 011 1/28-3/24 Wahbe, Randa 23135 HY8 HYBRID MW 1:25 P HUM-311 21740 021 11:20- Brewer, Justin Wahbe, Randa 1/28-3/24 TTh 2:50 P HUM-124 12:45- 24782 006 11:20- 1:25 P TTh Staff HUM-311 This 8-week class meets on campus HYBRID CLASS: FAST-TRACK ENGLISH — 2:05 P 21060 015 12:00- HUM-205 MW Coley, Karen and online. The on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being 22362 026 1:35- 3:40 P MW Sharp, Cara HUM-335 dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND you 22818 022 2:15- 4:20 P TTh Folayan, Elaine HUM-107 MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For 20603 005 MW Edmund, Adira HUM-319 3:00- 5:05 P more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 3:00- TTh Fujimoto, Janet HUM-205 21727 020 5:05 P Fast-Track English courses are compressed classes that meet for the same number Nau, Janet HUM-319 20604 102 6:00-10:15 P M of hours as a full-term class, but in a shorter period of time (eight weeks each). These Fujimoto, Janet T 6:00-10:15 P 22360 105 HUM-116 courses involve two eight-week courses (ENGL 060 C and ENGL 100 C) packaged HUM-319 22361 106 6:00-10:15 P W Nau, Janet together in a single semester. Instructors collaborate on the curriculum in order to Sharp, Cara 9:35 P 7:30- 20605 103 HUM-203 MW provide an easier transition from ENGL 060 C to ENGL 100 C. Students who suc - cessfully complete ENGL 060 C are given priority registration for the ENGL 100 C Fast-Track course. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. for Cypress College students in the for Cypress College students in the for Cypress College students in the LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER (LRC) English Success Center ENGLISH ESL Monday—Thursday Directed Learning Activities pm 9:00 am to 7:00 Practice a variety of topics in reading, FOREIGN LANGUAGES writing, grammar, ESL, and study skills. Friday No appointment necessary. 10:00 a m to 3:00 pm MATH Workshops Students are allowed 50 minutes focused on improving a Hours of SCIENCES 2 tutoring appointments particular reading, writing, ESL, or Operation: per subject, per week study skill. M–Th, 9 am–7 pm ...AND MORE! Please sign up in advance. F, 10 am–3 pm Drop-in Writing Tutoring TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT: Get quick help on writing assignments. LLRC, Room 126 the LR C front counter or Stop by No appointment necessary. 7193 call (714) 484-7183 or (714) 484- Computer Lab A private area to work on essays away able in the LRC: Also Avail from distractions. 26) (Room 1 English Success Center E s t . 6 6 9 1 (Room 1 Math Learning Center and 27) www.CypressCollege.edu/lrc (714) 484-7322 = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Online = Hybrid = Honors

63 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 61 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME 3 Units ENGL 096 C ENGL 060 C (continued) College Reading Strategies 1/28-5/25 Embrey, Nicole 21058 OL1 ONLINE Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 060 C or acceptable score on the placement test This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: This course prepares students to succeed in college by focusing attention on this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - academic and technical discipline-specific reading strategies and by teaching tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ students how to adapt these active reading skills to college courses and in the academics/distance-education. workplace. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; ONLINE 21049 OL1 Jones, Sarah 1/28-3/24 ONLINE CLASS: This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE 21059 OL2 1/28-5/25 Embrey, Nicole registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; academics/distance-education. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 21050 OL2 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Jones, Sarah This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE CLASS: registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www. CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Pathways to English 100 C Students with appropriate high school grades or scores on the CTEP will Students are advised to take English classes according to multiple be advised to take ENGL 100 C (College Writing). Students needing measures, self-placement, or scores on the following test: additional fundamental work will be advised to take either ENGL 057 C COLLEGE TEST FOR ENGLISH PLACEMENT (CTEP) (Reading and Writing I), ENGL 058 C (Reading and Writing II), or ENGL The CTEP is designed to measure the English skills of native speakers of 060 C (Preparation for College Writing). Students enrolled in pre-English English. Exemptions are: completion of an AA degree or higher, enrollment 100 C classes must earn at least a “C” grade in ENGL 060 C or a grade of in one class that has no prerequisite; transcripts/grade reports showing “C” in ESL 186 C to be eligible for enrollment in ENGL 100 C. All students completion of college English with a grade of “C” or better, or placement are encouraged to complete their English coursework as early as possible through multiple measures. The CTEP may not be used for placement in in their educational programs. ESL courses. Students enrolled in core classes will be required to write an essay on the first day of instruction to verify skill level and assessment placement score. ENGL 060 C ENGL 100 C ESL 186 C ENGL 060 C ENGL 058 C ENGL 057 C Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

64 62 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES ROOM ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR ENGL 100 C ENGL 100 C (continued) 4 Units College Writing HUM-112 Simoes, Nora MW 10:30-12:35 P 20621 013 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 20633 014 Altebarmakian, Tamar MW HUM-333 10:30-12:35 P Prereq: Acceptable score on placement test or ENGL 060 C with a grade of TTh HUM-203 Tran, Stephanie 10:30-12:35 P 20634 015 “C” or better, or ESL 186 C with a grade of “C” or better TTh Payne, John 22822 038 10:40-12:45 P HUM-319 HUM-124 20635 017 11:20- 1:25 P MW Amy Loy, This course stresses the principles and practice of written communication, with MW HUM-116 20636 018 12:00- Leis, Corey 2:05 P an emphasis on reading and writing expository essays and on research skills. , Ambika HUM-116 Talwar TTh 2:05 P 21681 020 12:00- Duplicate credit not granted for ENGL 100HC. 20684 021 12:00- 2:05 P TTh Parseghian, Levon HUM-201 9:35 A MW Maravilla, Rudith HUM-116 20606 001 7:30- This course is restricted to students in the Puente Program, a university prepara - 9:35 A Drury, Derrick HUM-108 24630 045 7:30- MW tion program. Reading and writing assignments will focus on the Latino/Chicano 22713 016 7:30- 9:35 A TTh Jure, Josiah HUM-108 experience. 7:30- Magnesi, Miles TTh 9:35 A HUM-114 22354 019 2:05 P TTh 21644 037 12:00- HUM-108 Ssensalo, Bede 21723 035 HUM-107 7:30- 9:35 A TTh Maravilla, Rudith Covey, Kend MW 2:50 P 20650 023 12:45- HUM-112 yl 20610 005 8:00-10:05 A MW Salgado, Martin HUM-203 Jacob, Brian HUM-333 24153 036 12:45- MW 2:50 P 20608 003 HUM-108 Magnesi, Miles F 8:00-12:15 P yl Covey, Kend TTh 2:50 P 21684 030 12:45- HUM-205 HUM-128 22358 028 Ho, Jen F 8:00-12:15 P 24423 041 12:55- HUM-319 Gil, Nicholas TTh 3:00 P 8:15-10:20 A 20609 004 MW Staff HUM-112 1:35- 20653 025 3:40 P HUM-124 Amy Loy, MW 20611 006 8:15-10:20 A TTh Payne, John HUM-112 1:35- 20688 026 MW HUM-105 Kilzer, Cassandra 3:40 P 20612 007 8:15-10:20 A TTh Salgado, Martin HUM-205 1:35- 20654 027 3:40 P TTh Garcia, Devon HUM-128 24620 042 MW Osle, Janessa HUM-327 9:05-11:10 A 22117 033 1:35- 3:40 P TTh Chatham, L ynne HUM-112 HUM-124 24643 046 9:05-11:10 A MW Damer, Mouminat HUM-335 1:35- 3:40 P TTh Tateri, 22823 034 Jon-Erik HUM-128 9:05-11:10 A TTh 20613 009 Parseghian, Levon 2:15- HUM-116 t Damer, Moumina MW 4:20 P 21728 032 9:45-11:50 A 20614 010 MW Leis, Corey HUM-108 HUM-333 Staff TTh 5:05 P 3:00- 24152 002 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended 5:50 P TTh 22356 022 3:45- Garcia, Devon HUM-105 for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more Kilzer, Cassandra MW 3:50- 23055 031 HUM-124 5:55 P information. 22824 024 TTh Chatham, L ynne HUM-124 3:50- 5:55 P Campbell, Justin 20615 011 9:45-11:50 A TTh HUM-114 HUM-209 20657 100 7:15 P TTh Powell, Laura 5:10- This course is restricted to students in the Legacy Program. 6:00-10:15 P 20658 101 HUM-108 Fujimoto, Janet M HUM-209 23195 039 9:45-11:50 A TTh Gil, Nicholas 20664 102 HUM-114 Reeves, Mallory T 6:00-10:15 P 21061 040 9:45-11:50 A TTh Bustos, Idalith HUM-108 20665 103 HUM-108 Fujimoto, Janet W 6:00-10:15 P Campbell, Justin 10:30-12:35 P 20620 012 HUM-110 MW This English 100 C course will examine contemporary Japan and its relations with the world. All reading and writing assignments will focus on Japanese culture and society . This course is recommended by the Japanese Department in order to enhance knowledge of Japan. HUM-203 23303 108 6:00-10:15 P Th Reeves, Mallory Reading Proficiency Requirement 20666 105 HUM-209 7:30- 9:35 P TTh Powell, Laura 24772 HY HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Diep, Christie Proficiency in Reading can be satisfied by 9:00-10:55 A M 1/28-5/25 TE1-214 Diep, Christie successfully completing one of the following: This 16-week hybrid class meets on campus and online. The HYBRID CLASS: on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you English 096 C College Reading Strategies (3 Units) MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings AND you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to English 102 C Introduction to Literature (3 Units) www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. THIS SECTION IS FOR CTE PROGRAM STUDENTS. Students enrolled in a CTE pro - English 103 C Critical Reasoning and Writing (4 Units) gram may request permission to add this section through Counselor Jane Jepson at (Taken Fall 2014 or later) JJ[email protected] Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; English 104 C or English 104HC Critical Analysis and Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Literature (4 Units) (Taken Fall 2014 or later) Diep, Christie 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 24773 HY2 9:00-10:55 A Diep, Christie TE1-214 Th 1/28-5/25 English 106 C Critical Reading, Writing and Thinking HYBRID CLASS: This 16-week hybrid class meets on campus and online. The on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you (3 Units) MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings AND you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to A satisfactory score on the Cypress College English www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. placement exam. - THIS SECTION IS FOR CTE PROGRAM STUDENTS. Students enrolled in a CTE pro gram may request permission to add this section through Counselor Jane Jepson at A satisfactory score on the Cypress College reading [email protected] proficiency exam. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. California State University (CSU) general education 24154 HY1 2/4-5/5 Melodia, Joseph HYBRID certification. T HUM-205 Melodia, Joseph 2/4-5/5 10:30-12:35 P This late start 12-week hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: IGETC certification. The on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings AND you MUST enter your email Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution. address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. A score of 3 or higher on the Advanced Placement (AP) This class will focus on the history and development of comic books and super English Literature Exam. heroes. Please contact Professor Melodia at [email protected] for a list of the graphic novels and reference books that will be used for this course. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/22; Last day to add: 02/22; Last day to drop for refund: 02/11. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/08; = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

65 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 63 / CypressCollege.edu DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ENGL 100 C (continued) ENGL 100 C (continued) 20637 HY4 HYBRID 3/25-5/25 Wahbe, Randa 1/28-4/28 Campbell, Justin 21184 OL4 ONLINE Wahbe, Randa 3/25-5/25 TTh 2:50 P 12:45- ONLINE CLASS: HUM-124 This 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway HYBRID CLASS: FAST-TRACK ENGLISH — This second-session, 8-week class meets - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa on campus and online. The on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed academics/distance-education. above AND you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling Last day to add: 02/11; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/11; in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ Last day to drop with “W”: 04/01; Last day to drop for refund: 02/04. distance-education. Fast-Track English courses are compressed classes that meet for the same number ONLINE 22825 OL5 Morrison, Anna 1/28-5/25 of hours as a full-term class, but in a shorter period of time (eight weeks each). These This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: courses involve two eight-week courses (ENGL 060 C and ENGL 100 C) packaged this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway together in a single semester. Instructors collaborate on the curriculum in order to - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - provide an easier transition from ENGL 060 C to ENGL 100 C. Students who suc tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ cessfully complete ENGL 060 C are given priority registration for the ENGL 100 C academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Fast-Track course. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; 23131 OL6 ONLINE Campbell, Justin 1/28-4/28 ONLINE CLASS: This 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for Warren, Ann 24150 OL ONLINE 1/28-5/25 this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - academics/distance-education. tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Last day to drop without “W”: 02/11; Last day to add: 02/11; academics/distance-education. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/01; Last day to drop for refund: 02/04. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 1/28-5/25 ONLINE Morrison, Anna 23823 OL7 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 21181 OL1 This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: Ho, Jen this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa academics/distance-education. tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; academics/distance-education. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 4 Units ENGL 100HC Kaufman, Bret 21182 OL2 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this Honors College Writing Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as Prereq: ENGL 060 C with a grade of “C” - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa This course is an enhanced section of College Writing employing a seminar tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ format. The course will develop increased critical thinking, reading and academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; writing skills. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGL 100 C. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. 2:05 P HUM-201 Parseghian, Levon TTh 22706 002 12:00- - This course is restricted to students in the Puente Program, a university prepara ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Kaufman, Bret 21183 OL3 tion program. Reading and writing assignments will focus on the Latino/Chicano This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE CLASS: experience. registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. CHANGES TO PRIORITY REGISTRATION Due to recent changes to state law and regulations, registration priority is changing. To guarantee eligibility for Priority Enrollment, of the following ALL meet all New and Returning Students must ENGL 100 C History of Comic Books and requirements: 1. Complete the assessment process — math and English place- SUPER HEROES ment tests (or equivalent), 2. Attend an orientation session, and in the orientation one semester education plan 3. Complete a session. Continuing and Returning Students must also be in good academic standing: 1. Have not been academically dismissed or on probationary status Late-Start, 12-Week Hybrid for two consecutive terms, and Feb. 4 – May 5 2. Have completed 75% or more units with A, B, C, CR, and P Tues 10:30–12:35 pm 3. Have not earned more than 100 degree-applicable units at CRN 24154 Cypress and Fullerton Colleges. Prof. Joseph Melodia Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

66 64 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM ENGL 102 C 3 Units 4 Units ENGL 103 C Critical Reasoning and Writing Introduction to Literature Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a grade of “C” or better Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a grade of “C” or better Continuation of ENGL 100 C. Course emphasizes the comprehension and compo - This course is designed to continue developing critical thinking, reading, and sition of the analytical essay based on the understanding and appreciation of writing skills. Course will focus on the development of logical reasoning and literature. analytical and argumentative writing skills. HUM-107 8:15- 9:35 A Payne, John MW 21685 003 MW 9:35 A HUM-128 7:30- 20681 001 Hyer, Mark 9:45-11:10 A MW Payne, John HUM-128 20671 001 9:35 A Bradley, Michael HUM-205 22936 004 MW 7:30- HUM-128 TTh 1:20 P 20673 002 12:00- Borla, Linda HUM-209 TTh 9:35 A 7:30- 23126 005 Reynolds II, Thomas 20674 100 HUM-107 Keel, Lawrence M 9:40 P 6:30- 22348 015 7:30- 9:35 A TTh Hyer, Mark HUM-124 8:00-12:15 P Robles, Emily 21686 012 F HUM-110 20689 OL1 1/28-3/24 Wahbe, Randa ONLINE HUM-112 F Drury, 8:00-12:15 P 22346 014 Derrick This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this ONLINE CLASS: HUM-114 MW 8:15-10:20 A 20682 002 Altebarmakian, Tamar course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as HUM-105 MW 8:15-10:20 A 24148 030 y Anderson, Terr an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - Brody, MW 8:15-10:20 A 24149 031 HUM-201 Jaime tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ 24146 028 TTh Stevenson, Anthony HUM-105 8:15-10:20 A academics/distance-education. Ssensalo, Bede 9:05-11:10 A 23538 021 TTh HUM-207 Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. 9:45-11:50 A 23826 020 HUM-124 Rosenberg, Stuart TTh 9:45-11:50 A HUM-116 Reynolds II, Thomas TTh 24140 026 Diep, Christie ONLINE 3/25-5/25 20690 OL2 HUM-203 24139 025 10:15-12:20 P MW Kaufman, Bret This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE CLASS: HUM-114 10:30-12:35 P Tran, Stephanie 20693 017 MW registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered HUM-107 MW Anderson, Terr y 24141 027 10:30-12:35 P into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may HUM-110 Kaufman, Bret TTh 10:35-12:40 P 24138 024 receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to 2:50 P HUM-114 Tran, Stephanie MW 20695 007 12:45- www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Jure, Josiah 21687 013 12:45- 2:50 P HUM-110 MW Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; HUM-114 Osle, Janessa TTh 2:50 P 24136 022 12:45- Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. 24137 023 12:45- HUM-110 Bustos, Idalith TTh 2:50 P 20691 OL3 3/25-5/25 Borla, Linda ONLINE HUM-207 Keel, Lawrence MW 3:40 P 23302 018 1:35- This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE CLASS: Rosenberg, Stuart 20697 011 1:35- 3:40 P TTh HUM-207 registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered HUM-205 24135 010 2:15- 4:20 P MW Robles, Emily into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may 5:05 P HUM-112 Jacob, Brian MW 3:00- 23207 009 receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to 23127 008 3:00- 5:05 P TTh Staff HUM-110 www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 20683 003 3:10- 5:15 P TTh Witt, Jason HUM-319 Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; 22350 016 5:30 P MW Staff HUM-209 3:25- Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; 23759 108 HUM-107 5:50 P Geurin, Alyssa MW 3:45- Melodia, Joseph 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 20692 OL4 TTh 4:00- 22707 110 HUM-207 Tateri, Jon-Erik 6:05 P ONLINE CLASS: This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE 5:10- 7:15 P 23211 106 HUM-203 Deon, Letitia MW registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered M 6:00-10:15 P 22347 103 HUM-128 Farol, Ronald into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may Geurin, Alyssa 21729 104 6:00-10:15 P M HUM-205 receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to Parseghian, Levon 20698 100 6:00-10:15 P T HUM-203 www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. T HUM-205 6:00-10:15 P Staff 23210 105 Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Pelonis, Claire 20699 101 6:00-10:15 P W HUM-121 Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; 23304 107 6:00-10:15 P W Edmund, Adira HUM-205 HUM-107 Pelonis, Claire Th 6:00-10:15 P 20700 102 ENGL 102HC 3 Units HYBRID 20694 HY 1/28-3/24 Melodia, Joseph Honors Introduction to Literature HUM-205 Melodia, Joseph 1/28-3/24 10:30-12:35 P Th Transfer: UC Credit Limitation (Pending)/CSU HYBRID CLASS: This 8-week hybrid class meets on campus and online. The Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you Continuation of ENGL 100 C. This is an enhanced section of Introduction MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings AND you MUST enter your email to Literature employing a seminar format. Course emphasizes advanced address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to comprehension and composition of the analytical essay based on the www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; understanding and appreciation of literature. Duplicate credit not granted for Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; ENGL 102 C. 22826 OL1 ONLINE Covey, Kendyl 1/28-3/24 24132 HY3 Melodia, Joseph 3/25-5/25 HYBRID ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this Melodia, Joseph 10:30-12:35 P HUM-205 Th 3/25-5/25 course, update the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active This second-session, 8-week hybrid class meets on campus and HYBRID CLASS: and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regard - online. The on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being ing this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings AND you MUST enter distance-education. - your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more informa Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; tion, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. 1/28-5/25 HYBRID Sonne, Kathryn 20696 HY1 Sonne, Kathryn HUM-329 2:15- 4:20 P Th 1/28-5/25 HYBRID CLASS: This 16-week hybrid class meets on campus and online. The on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings AND you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. = Santa Ana = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = Honors

67 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu 65 / DAYS INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES ENGL 103 C (continued) 20778 OL1 ONLINE 2/11-5/12 Talwar, Ambika Take One Class This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg - ONLINE CLASS: istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered Meet Two Requirements into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 03/01; Last day to add: 03/01; ENGL 102 C: Introduction to Literature ✔✔ Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/22; Humanities and Reading Proficiency ONLINE 20779 OL2 2/11-5/12 Talwar, Ambika This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg - ONLINE CLASS: ENGL 103 C: Critical Reasoning and Writing ✔✔ istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered Critical Thinking and Reading Proficiency into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to ✔✔ ENGL 104 C: Critical Analysis and Literature www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 03/01; Last day to add: 03/01; Critical Thinking and Reading Proficiency Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/22; ✔✔ ENGL 106 C: Critical Reading, Writing and Thinking Wahbe, Randa 20780 OL3 2/11-5/12 ONLINE - ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg Critical Thinking and Reading Proficiency istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. ENGL 103HC 4 Units Last day to drop without “W”: 03/01; Last day to add: 03/01; Honors Critical Reasoning and Writing Last day to drop with “W”: 04/22; Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. Transfer: UC/CSU Melodia, Joseph 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 20781 OL4 Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a minimum grade of “C” This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE CLASS: This course is an enhanced section of ENGL 103 C employing a seminar registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered format. It is designed to continue developing enhanced critical thinking, into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may reading, writing and research skills. Course will focus on the development receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to of logical reasoning and argumentative writing skills. Duplicate credit not www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; granted for ENGL 103 C. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 24131 HY1 Sonne, Kathryn HUM-329 Sonne, Kathryn 1/28-5/25 Th 4:20 P 2:15- 20797 OL5 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Melodia, Joseph This 16-week hybrid class meets on campus and online. The HYBRID CLASS: ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings AND you MUST enter your email - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; 22727 OL6 1/28-5/25 McAlister, Ka ONLINE thleen ENGL 104 C 4 Units This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: Critical Analysis and Literature this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ This course will develop critical thinking, reading and writing skills as they apply academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; to the analysis of literature and literary criticism from diverse cultural sources and Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; perspectives. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGL 104HC. HUM-207 Rosenberg, Stuart MW 9:05-11:10 A 20701 001 22829 OL7 Covey, Kendyl ONLINE 1/28-3/31 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as information. an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - 22827 002 11:20- HUM-207 TTh 1:25 P Keel, Lawrence tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ 24134 003 12:45- HUM-203 Tran, Stephanie TTh 2:50 P academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/07; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; 20782 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-4/28 Nabahani, Melanie Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. ONLINE CLASS: This 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway 23196 OL8 Sonne, Kathryn 1/28-3/31 ONLINE - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa This 9-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this ONLINE CLASS: tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as academics/distance-education. an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - Last day to drop without “W”: 02/11; Last day to add: 02/11; tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Last day to drop for refund: 02/04. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/01; academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; Last day to add: 02/07; thleen 20783 OL2 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 McAlister, Ka Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

68 66 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM ENGL 104HC 4 Units Honors Critical Analysis and Literature ENGL 127 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a grade of “C” or better This is an enhanced section of Critical Analysis and Literature employing a seminar format. The course focuses on increased development of critical thinking, writing, reading and research skills as they apply to the analysis of literature. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGL 104 C. HUM-311 9:05-11:10 A 20702 001 Nabahani, Melanie TTh This ENGL 104 C class will focus on works with dominant themes of violence. ENGL 105 C 3 Units Join Stuart Rosenberg for Creative Writing Transfer: UC/CSU Introduction to Poetry Writing Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a minimum grade of “C” Advisory: ENGL 102 C Mon/Wed 12:30–1:55 pm CRN 24373 Students will write short fiction, poetry, and, optionally, a short play, and will gain an understanding of each literary type, and have their work critiqued in a workshop setting. 9:45-11:10 A MW Keel, La wrence HUM-205 20706 001 3 Units ENGL 106 C 3 Units ENGL 125 C Critical Reading, Writing and Thinking The Film Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with minimum grades of “C” Prereq: ENGL 100 C This critical reading, writing, and thinking course teaches the student to analyze This course is a critical study of film that will develop critical thinking and writing and evaluate elements of rhetoric and logic in written communication with a skills. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGL 125HC. TTh 9:45-11:10 A 20710 001 McAlister, Kathleen HUM-107 primary focus on critical reading. 21051 OL1 Jones, Sarah 2/11-5/12 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 24145 OL Borla, Linda ONLINE CLASS: This 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 03/01; Last day to add: 03/01; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/22; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 22429 OL3 1/28-5/25 Letcher, Annette ONLINE This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: 3 Units ENGL 126 C this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway Screenwriting - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa Transfer: UC/CSU tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a minimum grade of “C” academics/distance-education. This class will provide students with experience in writing screenplays and will Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; include critical analysis of student and professional work. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 22828 001 2:35- 3:55 P HUM-203 Rosenberg, Stuart MW ENGL 111 C 3 Units 3 Units ENGL 127 C Humanities: Renaissance-Present (same as INDS 101 C) Introduction to Poetry Writing Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Introduces students to the art of writing poetry. Classical forms and free-verse will This course surveys the development of Western Culture from the Renaissance be studied. Student work will be critiqued in a workshop setting. to the present, with an emphasis on the arts. Duplicate credit not granted for HUM-203 24373 001 12:30- 1:55 P Rosenberg, Stuart MW 101 C. Cost for museum visits not to exceed $15.00. INDS 11:20-12:45 P 22831 001 HUM-107 Nabahani, Melanie TTh ENGL 135 C 3 Units Grammar and Usage 1 Unit ENGL 117 C Transfer: CSU Academic Reading and Study Strategies Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Transfer: CSU This is a course in English grammar and usage. The focus of the course is on parts This course helps students improve their success in the designated content-area of speech, parts of sentences, verb tenses, sentence types, syntax, usage, and the course by developing discipline-specific vocabulary, academic reading skills, origin of English, as well as basic linguistic concepts. study strategies, and use of academic resources. 2/11-5/12 ONLINE 22830 OL1 Borla, Linda • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg - Letcher, Annette M SEM-204 9:00-10:00 A 23772 001 istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered This course is restricted to students in the Legacy Program. into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 03/01; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/01; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/22; Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. = Teacher Prep = Online = Hybrid = Honors = Santa Ana

69 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 67 ROOM DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DAYS INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES 3 Units ENGL 234 C Shakespeare English 234 C E n g l i s h 2 3 4 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a minimum grade of “C” This course is an introduction to the major works of William Shakespeare. Shakespeare Emphasis is upon the plays and includes a study of selected comedies, histories, e e a r a e h S s p k and major tragedies. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGL 234HC. ONLINE 2/11-5/12 Diep, Christie 24750 OL - ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg Online istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered l i e O n n into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to  11 Starts Feb. www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 03/01; Last day to add: 03/01;  s 12 Week Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/22; 24750 CRN:  ENGL 234HC 3 Units Prof. Christie Diep Prof. Christie Diep Honors Shakespeare Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a minimum grade of “C” English 234HC is an enhanced introduction to the major works of William Shakespeare, conducted in a seminar format. Duplicate credit not granted for ENGL 234 C. ENGL 137 C 3 Units Diep, Christie ONLINE 24786 OL 2/11-5/12 College Study Strategies ONLINE CLASS: - This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg Transfer: CSU istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered Prereq: ENGL 060 C into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may Emphasis on learning and critical thinking strategies crucial for academic receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. success: time management, listening, note taking, academic reading/rate Last day to drop without “W”: 03/01; Last day to add: 03/01; improvement and test taking. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/22; Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION ONLINE 2/11-4/7 21052 OL1 Jones, Sarah ENGL 239 C 3 Units This late start 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg - ONLINE CLASS: istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered Survey - Children’s Literature into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may Transfer: UC/CSU/CUL DIV receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to Prereq: Completion of ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a grade of “C” or www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. better Last day to drop without “W”: 02/23; Last day to add: 02/23; This course is a survey of children’s literature from a multicultural perspective Last day to drop with “W”: 03/25; Last day to drop for refund: 02/19. with an emphasis on comparative and critical analysis. Borla, Linda 22708 OL1 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 ENGL 212 C 3 Units ONLINE CLASS: This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE English Literature Since 1760 registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered Transfer: UC/CSU into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Advisory: ENGL 102 C Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; This course is an introduction to the major periods and movements, major authors Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; and major forms from 1760 to the present. 1/28-5/25 Diep, Christie ONLINE 20784 OL Diep, Christie 23862 OL2 2/11-4/7 ONLINE ONLINE CLASS: This 16-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for - ONLINE CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to academics/distance-education. www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/23; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/23; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/25; Last day to drop for refund: 02/19. 3 Units ENGL 222 C ENGL 243 C 3 Units American Literature Since 1865 Mythology Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a minimum grade of “C” Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC This course examines the mythology and folklore of various cultures of the world This course is an introduction to the development of American Literature from as expressed in literature. Students will examine myths, mythical elements, and 1865 to the present. A variety of writers, subjects, and styles will be emphasized. their modern parallels in both Eastern and Western civilizations. MW 11:20-12:45 P 20787 001 Keel, Lawrence HUM-128 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION ONLINE 2/11-5/12 Borla, Linda 23139 OL1 This late start 12-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE reg - ONLINE CLASS: istering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 03/01; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/01; Last day to drop for refund: 02/22. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/22; Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

70 68 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME .5 to 2 Units ENGL 299 C Language Arts Independent Study Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is for able students who wish to increase their knowledge of literature Spring 2019 and/or language through individual study or research. May be taken for credit 3 times. 21234 400 1/28-5/25 Staff Students must contact an instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agree - ment will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the - Division Dean. Contracts are available in the Language Arts Division Office, Humani ties Bldg., 2nd floor, Room 240. English as a Second Language African American 2 Units ESL 051 C LITERATURE Intermediate Pronunciation Prereq: Appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process This course is designed to refine pronunciation, to reduce foreign accent, and to English 256 C build confidence in oral expression. 3 units, Online • Non-degree credit UC/CSU transferrable • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HUM-317 MW Herman, Jenelle 10:35-11:25 A 21617 001 An in-depth analysis of African American Literature, including an examination of some of the underlying historical experiences and cultural values of African Americans as expressed through various types of literary forms and media. 3 Units ESL 053 C Intermediate ESL Grammar 2 For more information: Professor Kendyl Covey Prereq: Completion of ESL 081 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through [email protected] the assessment process This course increases knowledge and use of academic English with emphasis on sentence parts, sentence types, punctuation and editing skills in writing. • Non-degree credit • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HUM-329 Whitsett, Catherine 20221 001 MW 2/11-5/22 10:35-12:25 P Last day to add: 02/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/26; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/29; Last day to drop for refund: 02/20. ENGL 256 C 3 Units African-American Literature II ESL 054 C 2 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Intermediate Academic Oral Skills (NNS) Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a grade of “C” or better Prereq: Completion of ESL 080 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through This course is designed to provide students with a broadened cultural perspective, the assessment process critical reading and writing about African and African-American oral and written This course is designed for intermediate level non-native speakers (NNS) of tradition from the Civil War to the present. English to improve oral communication skills related to academic and social Covey, Kendyl 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 24360 OL contexts. ONLINE CLASS: This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE • Non-degree credit registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may HUM-329 TTh Simmons, Samantha 23193 001 10:35-11:25 A receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 3 Units ESL 063 C Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Advanced ESL Grammar 2 Prereq: Completion of ESL 183 C or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process 3 Units ENGL 260 C This course increases knowledge and use of academic English at the advanced Survey of Arabic Literature level with emphasis on sentence parts, advanced sentence structure, punctuation Transfer: UC/CSU and editing skills in writing. Prereq: ENGL 100 C or ENGL 100HC with a minimum grade of “C” • Non-degree credit This course is a survey of Arabic literature in translation. Students will explore • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION and analyze many of the social, political, and cultural issues through a focus on 2/12-5/21 10:35-12:25 P 22814 001 TTh HUM-327 Herman, Jenelle continuity and change, influence, and major trends. Last day to add: 02/25; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/25; Wahbe, Randa ONLINE 24785 OL 3/25-5/25 Last day to drop with “W”: 04/25; Last day to drop for refund: 02/19. This second-session, 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE CLASS: registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. = Santa Ana = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep

71 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / 69 CypressCollege.edu Flow Chart for Academic ESL Courses at Cypress College However, students scoring high on the CELSA test may be referred to Are you a non-native speaker of English? If so, then the CELSA (the English 100 after writing a successful composition. ESL placement test) is the right test to evaluate your language skills. You should take the CELSA if ... The ESL courses at Cypress College are designed to build the academic skills of non-native speakers of English as they prepare for • ... you were born in a non-English speaking country; and college-level coursework, certificate programs, or other professional • ... you started in the U.S. school system in the 7th-12th grade goals. OR as an adult. Students enrolled in core courses will be required to write a composition The CELSA test is designed to measure the English skills of non-native or other written evaluation on the first day of instruction to verify skill speakers of English and is required for proper placement in English as level and appropriate placement in the ESL sequence of courses. a Second Language (ESL) courses. The CTEP test is designed for Students with appropriate scores on the CELSA test may be advised to native speakers of English and may NOT be substituted for placement take ESL courses and elective courses at different levels in order to in ESL courses. build specific skill areas. ADVANCED ELECTIVES ESL CORE CLASSES ENGL 100 C ESL 066 C Adv. ESL Reading ENGL 060 C ESL 186 C ESL 064 C Adv. Academic Oral Skills ESL 063 C ESL 185 C Adv. ESL Grammar 2 } ESL 184 C ESL 062 C Adv. ESL Grammar 1 INTERMEDIATE ELECTIVES LEGEND ESL 183 C ESL 054 C Sequence of Int. Academic Oral Skills core classes ESL 182 C Optional elective courses may be ESL 053 C taken concurrently Int. ESL Grammar 2 with appropriate core classes ESL 081 C Possible recommended ESL 052 C course Int. ESL Grammar 1 } ESL 051 C Int. Pronunciation Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

72 70 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DAYS DATES CRN SEC TIME ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INSTRUCTOR 5 Units ESL 186 C 3 Units ESL 066 C Advanced ESL Reading College Writing Preparation for Non-Native Speakers Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Completion of ESL 183 C with a grade of “C” or better or acceptable Prereq: ESL 185 C with a grade of “C” or better or appropriate skills score on the placement test demonstrated through the assessment process This reading skills course is designed for non-native English speaking students Designed for the non-native speaker of English to develop college-level writing. in advanced ESL courses who need to improve their college academic and non- Emphasis is on essay development of expository writing and on college reading. academic reading skills. 8:00-10:30 A therine Whitsett, Ca MW 20334 001 HUM-329 • Non-degree credit TTh 20585 100 8:00-10:30 A HUM-329 Simmons, Samantha • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Robertson, Alison MW 2:00 P 20583 002 11:30- HUM-319 2:15- HUM-317 Simmons, Samantha 2/11-5/22 20222 001 MW 4:05 P 20584 003 12:30- Herman, Jenelle TTh 3:00 P HUM-327 Last day to drop without “W”: 02/26; Last day to add: 02/26; Vazquez de Diriye, Esmeralda HUM-327 TTh 9:00 P 6:30- 20586 101 Last day to drop for refund: 02/20. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/29; 5 Units ESL 182 C Intermediate Academic Reading/Writing (formerly ESL 082 C) Transfer: CSU Ethnic Studies Prereq: ESL 081 C with a minimum grade of “C” or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process ETHS 101 C 3 Units An intermediate integrated skills course designed to improve the academic American Ethnic Studies reading, writing, grammar, and interpersonal communication skills of non-native Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU, CUL DIV speakers. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C 22209 001 12:30- HUM-329 MW Herman, Jenelle 3:00 P This course encompasses an historical overview of the social, cultural, political, and economic aspects of Native Americans, African Americans, Chicanos, and 5 Units ESL 183 C Asian Pacific Americans. Duplicate credit not granted for ETHS 101HC. High Intermediate Academic Reading/Writing HUM-227 Lind, Daniel MW 9:05-10:30 A 20149 001 (formerly ESL 083 C) Estrada, Steven HUM-303 9:05-10:30 A TTh 20150 002 Transfer: CSU MW 10:40-12:05 P 24514 005 Estrada, Steven HUM-303 Prereq: ESL 182 C with a minimum grade of “C” and appropriate skills HUM-227 20151 003 Lind, Daniel TTh 10:40-12:05 P 22410 006 12:15- 1:40 P TTh Estrada, Steven HUM-303 demonstrated through the assessment process 3:15 P 20152 004 1:50- HUM-227 MW Lind, Daniel A high intermediate integrated skills course designed to improve the academic Lind, Daniel 20153 100 HUM-227 W 9:40 P 6:30- reading, writing, grammar, and interpersonal communication skills of non-native speakers. Ponzillo, Gizelle 22210 001 8:00-10:30 A TTh HUM-319 3 Units ETHS 129 C Bauer, Jill TTh 2:00 P 22211 002 11:30- HUM-317 Introduction to African-American Studies Transfer: UC/CSU, CUL DIV ESL 184 C 5 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course examines the various experiences of African Americans with an Adv Academic Reading/Writing 1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU emphasis on the historical and contemporary development of African-American Prereq: ESL 183 C with a grade of “C” or appropriate skills demonstrated culture. 20154 001 12:15- 1:40 P TTh HUM-227 Lind, Daniel through the assessment process This class is part of the Legacy Program. Enrollment in ENGL 100 C, CRN 20615 and The first in a series of advanced ESL skills courses designed to improve the COUN 160 C, CRN 22440 is required. academic reading, writing, grammar, and interpersonal communication skills of non-native speakers. MW 3 Units ETHS 131 C HUM-317 Bauer, Jill 8:00-10:30 A 20285 002 Robertson, Alison TTh 8:00-10:30 A 20284 001 HUM-317 African-American History II MW HUM-317 21804 003 11:30- 2:00 P Simmons, Samantha Transfer: UC/CSU, CUL DIV Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C 5 Units ESL 185 C This course is a survey of the African-American experience in the United States from the Era of Reconstruction to the present. Advanced Academic Reading/Writing 2 HUM-227 10:40-12:05 P Lind, Daniel 20155 001 MW Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: ESL 184 C with a grade of “C” or appropriate skills demonstrated through the assessment process 3 Units ETHS 152 C The second in a series of advanced ESL skills courses designed to improve the Chicana-o History II academic reading, writing, grammar, and interpersonal communication skills of Transfer: UC/CSU, CUL DIV non-native speakers. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Wada, Kathryn 20331 002 8:00-10:30 A MW HUM-329 This course is a survey of the Chicana/o experience from the Mexican-American HUM-327 Bauer, Jill TTh 8:00-10:30 A 20330 001 War to the present. MW Wada, Ka thryn HUM-327 22815 004 11:30- 2:00 P 20156 001 12:15- 1:40 P MW Estrada, Steven HUM-303 HUM-329 Walker, Lynn TTh 2:00 P 20332 003 11:30- This course is part of the Puente Program, a university preparation program. Reading ya TTh 9:00 P 6:30- 20333 100 HUM-317 Cobb, Ton and writing assignments will focus on the Latino/Chicano experience. HUM-225 6:30- 9:40 P Th Pedroza, T atiana 23044 100 ETHS 153 C 3 Units Chicana-o Contemporary Issues Transfer: UC/CSU, CUL DIV Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course focuses on the contemporary issues, characteristics, and significant contributions of the Chicana/o community. Estrada, Steven HUM-303 MW 9:05-10:30 A 20157 001 = Teacher Prep = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Santa Ana

73 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 71 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME 3 Units 4 Units FREN 204 C ETHS 171 C Intermediate French IV Asian Pacific American History Transfer: UC/CSU, CUL DIV Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: FREN 203 C with a grade of “C” or better or three years of high Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a survey of the Asian Pacific American experience in the United school French with an average grade of “C” or better The course emphasizes the mastery and application of grammatical rules. It States from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day. 1:40 P 20158 001 12:15- HUM-121 Staff MW requires more advanced reading of modern and classical French, as well as continued emphasis on oral and written expression. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 1 Unit ETHS 299 C TTh 2:05 P HUM-209 Le Cornet, Karen 20800 001 12:00- Ethnic Studies Independent Study Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract - Independent study is for students who wish to extend their knowledge of a partic ular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 4 times. 20159 400 1/28-5/25 Lind, Daniel HUM-238 Geography Students must contact a full time instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by GEOG 100 C 3 Units the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. World Geography Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU An introduction to the world’s physical and political regions. Duplicate credit not given for GEOG 100HC. MW 9:05-10:30 A HUM-326 20160 004 Staff Flight Attendant The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more information. Flight Attendant classes can be found in the Aviation and Travel TTh 23197 003 9:05-10:30 A Bladh, Eric HUM-326 Moriarty, Ka HUM-326 thleen 20161 005 TTh 10:40-12:05 P Careers area. 1:40 P MW Neyman, Ilya HUM-326 22204 001 12:15- 20162 100 HUM-326 6:00- 9:10 P T Delgado, Emanuel Bladh, Eric 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 22602 OL1 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ French academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; FREN 101 C 5 Units Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Elementary French I ONLINE 3/25-5/25 22778 OL2 Bladh, Eric Transfer: UC/CSU ONLINE CLASS: This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. This course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have speaking, reading, and writing. Students will be introduced to the culture, history entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may and geography of France. receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. MW 20796 001 8:00-10:30 A Anglin, Marie HUM-209 Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; HUM-209 5:00 P 21730 002 Le Cornet, Karen TTh 2:30- Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; 8:30 P 6:00- 24036 101 HUM-209 MW atima Pazargadi, F 3 Units GEOG 102 C 5 Units FREN 102 C Physical Geography Elementary French II Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU This course investigates and interprets the sun-earth relationship, science of Prereq: FREN 101 C with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school maps, weather and climate and things that provide insight into the nature of French with average grade of “C” or better is recommended man’s physical environment. - This course continues to emphasize the acquisition of basic skills in pronun MW HUM-328 Mendoza, Armando 20163 001 9:05-10:30 A ciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students will increase their 20165 003 HUM-328 TTh 9:05-10:30 A Mendoza, Armando knowledge of the French culture. HUM-328 Mendoza, Armando MW 10:40-12:05 P 20164 002 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HUM-328 Mendoza, Armando TTh 10:40-12:05 P 20166 004 20798 001 10:45- 1:15 P HUM-209 Anglin, Marie MW HUM-326 Delgado, Emanuel TTh 1:40 P 20167 005 12:15- 6:00- HUM-328 Mendoza, Armando M 20168 100 9:10 P 2 Units FREN 200 C Conversational French GEOG 102LC 1 Unit Transfer: CSU Physical Geography - Lab Prereq: FREN 102 C Transfer: UC/CSU This is a course in conversation with emphasis on the idiomatic use of the Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in GEOG 102 C language through French films. Topics concern French life, culture, geography, This course investigates and interprets in a laboratory environment the items and history. covered in GEOG 102 C, GEOG 100 C or GEOG 130 C. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION T 20171 002 12:15- 3:25 P Mendoza, Armando HUM-328 Le Cornet, Karen 20799 001 12:00- 2:05 P HUM-209 T 20169 001 12:15- 3:25 P W Mendoza, Armando HUM-328 HUM-328 20172 100 6:00- 9:10 P T Mendoza, Armando Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

74 72 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / ROOM DATES CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR 3 Units GEOG 130 C California Geography Transfer: UC/CSU This course is an investigation and interpretation of the physical, cultural and economic bases and regions of the state of California. 20174 001 MW Bladh, Eric HUM-326 10:40-12:05 P GEOG 140 C 3 Units Weather and Climate Transfer: UC/CSU This course is an investigation and interpretation of the earth’s atmosphere and the science behind local and global surface weather phenomena. 3/25-5/25 ONLINE Boles, Ian 22981 OL1 This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. ONLINE CLASS: BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. 3 Units GEOG 160 C Cultural Geography This course investigates and interprets the interrelationship of human activities with cultural background, physical environment and the diffusion of ideas. 23198 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Bladh, Eric ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor - mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 3 Units GEOG 230 C Introduction to GIS Transfer: CSU This course provides instruction and training in the use of Geographic Information Systems “GIS”. Individual student projects, related to their own current field of study, are developed. GEOG 233 C 3 Units • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 24170 OL1 Bladh, Eric ONLINE 1/28-5/25 GIS: Advanced Internship This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: Transfer: CSU this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway Prereq: GEOG 232 C - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor This course provides internships and advanced field applications in the use of mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ Geographic Information Systems (GIS). 125 hours of supervised field study per academics/distance-education. semester (7 hours per week) and one hour lecture per week. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; T 10:40-11:30 A 23201 100 HUM-316 Bladh, Eric NOTE: Students should expect to do class assignments outside of class lab time and 3 Units GEOG 231 C will need an adequate home computer for this purpose. GIS: Spatial Analysis Transfer: CSU 1 Unit GEOG 299 C Prereq: GEOG 230 C Geography Independent Study Students will explore, examine and experience the rules and operations that Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU govern data storage, analysis, and display in a Geographic Information System. Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge of MW 7:20 P HUM-316 21496 100 6:30- Boles, Ian a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 7:30- HUM-316 MW 9:00 P LAB Boles, Ian 3 times. NOTE: Students should expect to do class assignments outside of class lab time and 20177 400 HUM-238 Mendoza, Armando 1/28-5/25 will need an adequate home computer for this purpose. Students must contact an instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agree - ment will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. Students are limited to registering in a maximum of 19 units. Exceptions for additional units must be petitioned through Counseling. = Teacher Prep = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Santa Ana

75 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 73 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME NEW AS-T DEGREE IN GEOLOGY! Geology I f you have the desire to pursue a career GEOL 100 C 3 Units in a very exciting field that is personally Physical Geology Transfer: UC/CSU rewarding and potentially well-paying... - Study of the composition, structure, processes and forces that operate under become a geologist! neath and upon Earth’s surface. Topics include plate tectonics, rocks/minerals, earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, resources and environmental concerns. Geologists are employed in many environmental and earth Field trips may be required not to exceed $25. Duplicate credit not granted for GEOL 100HC. science related professions and they also conduct research 21404 001 SEM-123 Castle, Victoria MW 9:25 A 8:00- on volcanoes, earthquake, landslides and tsunami! 9:25 A TTh Castle, Victoria SEM-123 8:00- 21407 002 SEM-123 Castle, Victoria 9:45-11:10 A 21405 003 MW To help you obtain this goal and transfer seamlessly to a 21408 004 9:45-11:10 A TTh Castle, Victoria SEM-123 SEM-123 Castle, Victoria MW 11:20-12:45 P 21406 005 4-year college, Cypress College is now offering an Neves, Douglas TTh 4:20 P 2:55- SEM-123 21409 006 Diana SEM-123 21410 100 6:00- 9:10 P M Pomeroy, ASSOCIATE SCIENCE DEGREE IN GEOLOGY GEOL 101 C 1 Unit Enroll now in: Physical Geology Laboratory Transfer: UC/CSU • GEOL 100 C Physical Geology Lecture and Prereq: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in, GEOL 100 C • GEOL 101 C Physical Geology Lab This course includes the identification of minerals and rocks; understanding of topographic maps, aerial photographs and other imagery from remote sensing; • GEOL 103 C Historical Geology/Spring 2014 interpretation of maps and survey data. 2:30 P Castle, Victoria 21402 001 11:20- SEM-123 Th • Start taking classes now in Geology and have fun earning Neves, Douglas SEM-123 21403 100 6:00- 9:10 P W your degree! Join other students on field trips to locations 4 Units GEOL 103 C such as the Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce, Death Valley and Historical Geology Joshua Tree National Parks Transfer: UC/CSU This course is an introduction to the scientific method of exploring Earth’s history *See your counselor about additional degree requirements - and the life it supports. Subjects include geologic dating, plate tectonics, stratig raphy, fossils, biological evolution and Earth’s origin and processes. Cost of field trips will not exceed $20.00. Domke, Kirk SEM-123 MW 22572 001 1:00- 2:25 P W 5:45 P 2:35- LAB Domke, Kirk SEM-123 3 Units GEOL 125 C Natural Disasters Transfer: UC/CSU 1 Unit GEOL 115 C This course is an introduction to the science of natural disasters. Topics include Physical Geology Field Lab earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, climate change, Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU mass extinctions, hazard monitoring and disaster planning. Prereq: Earth Science class as approved by instructor • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Coreq: GEOL 100 C or GEOL 100HC 2:40 P T Castle, Victoria CCCPLX-216 22875 001 11:30- This course includes field and laboratory study of mineral, rock, and fossil identification; structural and geomorphic features; geologic history and geologic GEOL 130 C 3 Units hazards of selected regions in California, Arizona and Utah. Field trip fees range from $25-$155 depending on trip location. Intro to Oceanography 6:50 P Th 5:00- 23908 800 SEM-123 (1/31) Castle, Victoria Transfer: UC/CSU LAB 8:00- 5:00 P FSSu 2/22-2/24 Castle, Victoria This course is a survey of the composition and structure of the earth’s ocean FSSu 8:00- LAB 4/12-4/14 Castle, Victoria 5:00 P showing the interrelationship between atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and A MANDATORY 3-hour organizational meeting will be held on Thursday, January biosphere. Field trips may be required with a fee not to exceed $25.00. 31, 2019 at 5:00 pm in room SEM-123. Field trips will be on the following dates: 9:25 A Domke, Kirk 8:00- 21411 002 MW CCCPLX-216 Friday-Sunday, February 22-24 to ZZYZX Mojave Desert Research Center and Friday- 9:25 A CCCPLX-216 Domke, Kirk TTh 8:00- 21412 001 Sunday, April 12-14 to Death Valley. Please contact Victoria Castle for more informa- 22573 004 9:35-11:00 A MW Domke, Kirk CCCPLX-216 tion at [email protected] or call (714) 484-7000 extension 48620. 21413 003 CCCPLX-216 Domke, Kirk TTh 9:35-11:00 A Last day to drop without “W”: 01/31; Last day to add: 01/31; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/12; 1 Unit GEOL 131 C Intro to Oceanography Lab Transfer: UC/CSU This course includes the identification of earth materials; understanding of bathy - Does Admissions and Records have your metric charts; basic navigation; and methods of oceanographic research. Field correct name, home and email addresses trips may be required at no additional cost. and phone number? F SEM-123 Neves, Douglas 9:00-12:10 P 21416 003 21414 001 11:30- SEM-123 2:40 P T Domke, Kirk Domke, Kirk SEM-123 21415 002 2:40- 5:50 P M Log on to myGateway and update this information by using the Personal Information link on the Student tab. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

76 74 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME 3 Units HI 103 C Healthcare Data Analysis Transfer: CSU Health Information Technology Prereq: HI 101 C and MATH 120 C with minimum grades of “C” This course focuses on the effective collection, presentation and analysis of healthcare data using Excel to calculate and display information. Are you interested in applying to the Spitler, Patricia 1/28-5/25 21568 HY1 HYBRID Health Information Technology Program? Spitler, P TE3-216 atricia T 6:35 P 4:30- TE3-216 T LAB 6:45- 9:55 P Spitler, P atricia Visit our website for details and attend an information workshop! HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online - class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your cur http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions- rent email address in myGateway before registering for the course. special-programs/health-science/health-information-technology/ For more information, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/ad/faculty. aspx?ID=Pspitler or http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. HI 114 C 3 Units HI 100 C 3 Units Beginning ICD 10-CM Coding Trends in Health Care Delivery Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: HI 101 C and HS 145 C and BIOL 210 C all with minimum grades of This course investigates the organization of health care delivery in the U.S. “C” focusing on providers of health care, governmental influences, and the financing This class focuses on principles of nomenclature and classification systems in of health care. This is a core course designed for students interested in a career coding diseases and procedures for medical research, management decision- in the health care industry. making and reimbursement purposes. Wilhelm, Carol Ann 21566 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 21934 HY1 HYBRID Larez, Jennie 1/28-5/25 Th Wilhelm, Carol Ann TE3-203 4:10 P 1:00- 4:30- 6:35 P T TE3-203 Larez, Jennie This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online HYBRID CLASS: 6:45- LAB 9:55 P T Larez, Jennie TE3-203 - class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your cur This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online HYBRID CLASS: rent email address in myGateway before registering for the course. class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your For more information, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/faculty-roster/ current email address in myGateway before registering for the course. carol-wilhelm-2/ or http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. For more information, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ distance-education. Email [email protected] with any questions. HI 101 C 3 Units Health Information Management HI 203 C 3 Units Transfer: CSU Medical Quality Management Prereq: CIS 111 C with a minimum grade of “C” and acceptance in the Health Transfer: CSU Information Technology Program Prereq: HS 145 C, HI 101 C and HI 103 C all with minimum grades of “C” This course is a comparative investigation of the structure of healthcare data and This course focuses on the quality management and performance improve - data sets emphasizing medical record documentation requirements pursuant to ment process in health care including an introduction to quality management government regulations and voluntary standards in healthcare facilities. techniques and tools, patient safety, hospital and ambulatory accreditation • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION requirements, utilization and risk management. 1/28-5/25 22982 HY1 HYBRID Staff 1/28-5/25 Wilhelm, Carol Ann 21569 HY1 HYBRID 6:35 P 4:30- TE3-216 Larez, Jennie M 6:00- TE3-203 Th Wilhelm, Carol Ann 9:10 P 6:45- LAB Larez, Jennie 9:55 P M TE3-216 This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online HYBRID CLASS: class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your - class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your cur current email address in myGateway before registering for the course. rent email address in myGateway before registering for the course. For more information, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/faculty-roster/ For more information, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ carol-wilhelm-2/ or http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. distance-education. Email [email protected] with any questions. 3 Units HI 224 C HI 102 C 3 Units Advanced ICD-10 Coding Legal Aspects of Health Care Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: HI 114 C and HS 147 C Prereq: Acceptance in the Health Information Technology Program Pharmacology and advanced concepts of ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS and its This course focuses on the fundamentals of law surrounding the delivery of application to the prospective payment system are discussed. healthcare, the management and protection of health information with specific • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION emphasis on confidentiality, privacy, security, and data integrity of protected 21933 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Larez, Jennie health information. TE3-216 4:30- 6:35 P W Larez, Jennie Spitler, Patricia 21567 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 TE3-216 6:45- LAB Larez, Jennie W 9:55 P T TE3-203 atricia 1:00- 4:10 P Spitler, P HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your - class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your cur current email address in myGateway before registering for the course. - rent email address in myGateway before registering for the course. For more infor mation, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. For more information, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ Email [email protected] with any questions. distance-education. Email [email protected] with any questions. = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

77 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 75 CRN SEC TIME DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES DAYS ROOM INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR HI 225 C 3 Units 1 to 2 Units HI 245 C Information Technology Coding Skills Lab Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU This course focuses on the development of ICD-9-CM, ICD 10-CM, ICD 10-PCS Prereq: CIS 111 C and HI 101 C with minimum grades of “C” and CPT coding competency. Copies of actual medical records will be coded using This course explores the use of Health IT tools in healthcare. Activities including either books or the automated encoder. May be taken for credit 4 times. working with EHRs; analyzing spreadsheets; querying databases; using Visio and • $4.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION project management tools and evaluating personal health records. 21570 HY1 HYBRID Larez, Jennie 1/28-5/25 • Open Entry/Open Exit TE3-216 Larez, Jennie Th 6:35 P 4:30- HYBRID Larez, Jennie 21571 HY1 1/28-5/25 LAB 9:55 P 6:45- Th Larez, Jennie TE3-216 Larez, Jennie 9:00-12:10 P W TE3-216 1/28-5/25 HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your cur - current email address in myGateway before registering for the course. rent email address in myGateway before registering for the course. For more infor - mation, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. For more information, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ Email [email protected] with any questions. distance-education. Email [email protected] with any questions. Students must attend the mandatory orientation to Coding Skills Lab: Wednesday, January 30th at 9 am. 4 Units HI 240 C Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; Directed Practice II Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Transfer: CSU 22109 HY2 1/28-5/25 HYBRID Prereq: HI 103 C and HI 114 C with minimum grades of “C” TE3-216 (2/2) Larez, Jennie 9:00- 2:50 P S This course focuses on the principles of supervision and project management in Gordula, Michelle 9:00- TE3-216 2:50 P S (2/23) health information management. Included is a review for the RHIT exam. Directed S 2:50 P 9:00- (3/9) TE3-216 Gordula, Michelle practice emphasizes working with electronic health record systems and analyzing Gordula, Michelle 9:00- TE3-216 S (3/23) 2:50 P health care data. TE3-216 Gordula, Michelle (4/6) S 2:50 P 9:00- 22284 HY1 1/28-5/25 Spitler, Patricia HYBRID Gordula, Michelle TE3-216 (4/27) S 2:50 P 9:00- 4:05 P TE3-216 atricia Spitler, P W 2:00- TE3-216 Gordula, Michelle (5/4) S 9:00- 2:50 P atricia TE3-216 LAB 11:00- F 5:30 P Spitler, P 2:50 P Gordula, Michelle 9:00- S (5/18) TE3-216 HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online Gordula, Michelle TE3-216 9:00- 2:50 P S (5/25) class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your Students must attend the mandatory orientation to Coding Skills Lab: current email address in myGateway before registering for the course. Saturday, February 2 at 9 am. For more information, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/ad/faculty. This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online HYBRID CLASS: aspx?ID=pspitler or http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. - class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your cur - rent email address in myGateway before registering for the course. For more infor mation, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. How to access CCCareerConnect: Log into MyGateway. 1 Click “Student” on the left hand side. 2 In the “Student Links” box, click “Cypress College Links.” 3 Select “CC Career Connect” from the drop down menu 4 and it should put you directly into CC Career Connect. Visit CCCareerConnect Today Search Internship & Job Opportunities Local & National QUESTIONS? Call or email Browse Sample Resumes [email protected] (714) 484-7229 Utilize Resume Templates Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

78 76 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / ROOM DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DAYS 3 Units HS 147 C Survey of Disease Transfer: CSU Health Science Prereq: HS 145 C and BIOL 210 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course is a comprehensive survey of pathophysiology focusing on how For information about workshop dates for this program, go to: diseases affect body function along with diagnostic and therapeutic interventions. W 21580 001 4:10 P 1:00- TE3-218 Brown, Dana http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions-special-programs/ W Brown, Dana TE3-218 6:00- 9:10 P 21575 100 health-science .5 to 3 Units HS 168 C Patient Care Skills - Open Lab 1 Unit HS 030 C Transfer: CSU Calculations for Medications Prereq: Current first year Health Science program student or approved Advisory: MATH 010 C. Students should consider this course if they are re-entry students needing remedial assistance or current professional eligible for admission to the nursing program or psychiatric technician license related to a health science program program and/or have had challenges on the math section of the entrance - This open entry, open exit, pass/no pass course is designed for self-paced indi exam, or are in need of updating of math/medication computation skills. vidualized instruction and/or practice in basic health science patient centered This course is designed to review math skills and utilize measurement systems care skills. May be taken for credit 4 times. and calculation methods for the preparation of patient medications for safe • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION administration by health care providers. • Open Entry/Open Exit • Non-degree credit 21489 001 TE3-314-A 1/28-5/25 Staff • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION HEALTH SCIENCE SKILLS LAB: Please refer to the posted schedule outside of 3:00- M Staff 22465 001 3:50 P TE3-316 TE3-314A for updates/changes to hours of operation. Posted schedule is subject to change. Current days and times can be obtained by calling the Health Science Divi - .5 to 2 Units HS 099 C sion Office at (714) 484-7283 #7. Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Health Science Independent Study Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This course is designed for students interested in health science programs who .5 to 3 Units HS 268 C wish to increase their knowledge and experience in applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. Patient Care Skills - Open Lab 1/28-3/24 21622 400 Staff Transfer: CSU To add the above independent study section, please see Jaime Ramos, Director of Prereq: Current second year Health Science Program student or approved Psychiatric Technology. re-entry students needing remedial assistance or current professional Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; license related to a health science program Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Advisory: BIOL 241 C, BIOL 220 C, BIOL 231 C and ENGL 100 C 21623 401 Staff 3/25-5/25 - This open entry, open exit, pass/no pass course is designed for self-paced indi To add the above independent study section, please see Jaime Ramos, Director of vidualized instruction and/or practice in advanced patient centered care skills. Psychiatric Technology. May be taken for credit 4 times. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; • $15.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. • Open Entry/Open Exit Staff 1/28-5/25 21490 001 TE3-314-A 3 Units HS 145 C HEALTH SCIENCE SKILLS LAB: Please refer to the posted schedule outside of Survey of Medical Terminology TE3-314A for updates/changes to hours of operation. Posted schedule is subject to Transfer: CSU change. Current days and times can be obtained by calling the Health Science Divi - The emphasis for this course will be on building a professional vocabulary needed sion Office at (714) 484-7283 #7. for working with health care providers or with the court system. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; Crumb, Linda 21648 001 9:00-12:10 P T TE3-315 Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; TE3 Corrales, Nancy Th 1:10 P 21572 003 10:00- 21737 002 TE3-315 Crumb, Linda T 4:10 P 1:00- 3 Units HS 277 C 5:30- Walker, Jane TE3-310 21574 101 M 8:40 P Cultural Awareness and the Health Care System W Hollinghurst, Julie TE3 6:00- 21573 100 9:10 P Transfer: CSU/CUL DIV 21668 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Gomez, Rebecca This course focuses on an understanding of the cultural gap between the U.S. ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update medical system and the multi-ethnic community it serves. your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order Spitler, Patricia 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 23623 HY1 to receive important connection information via email so that you can participate in 9:30-12:40 P atricia W TE3-203 Spitler, P the online webinar orientation. Please email [email protected] if you This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Online HYBRID CLASS: have questions. - class schedule will be distributed at the first class meeting. Please update your cur A mandatory Online Webinar Orientation will be held Monday, January 28 at 6:30 pm. - rent email address in myGateway before registering for the course. For more infor mation, please visit http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 1/28-5/25 Wilhelm, Carol Ann 22467 OL2 ONLINE Email [email protected] with any questions. ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course in order to receive important connection information via email from your instructor so that you can participate in the online webinar orientation. Please email [email protected] Students may elect to complete an online CypressCollege.edu if you have any questions. A mandatory Online Webinar Orientation will be held Sunday, January 27 at 7 pm. orientation by visiting this address: http://www.CypressCollege.edu/~counseling/orientation Be sure to take the quiz. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep

79 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 77 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME HIST 165 C 3 Units History of the Middle East You have a rare opportunity to Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C enroll in This course covers the historical development of the Middle East from the rise of Middle Eastern civilization to the present. History of the Middle East! 20188 001 10:40-12:05 P MW Halahmy, Da HUM-306 vid HIST 170 C 3 Units HIST 165 C MW 10:40 am History of the United States I This course fulfills IGETC, GE, and CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Transfer requirements! This course is a survey of American history from the colonial foundations to 1877. This course satisfies state requirements in American history and institutions for transfer. Duplicate credit not granted for HIST 170HC. Taught by David Halahmy 24110 006 8:55 A TTh Romero, Maria HUM-101 7:30- HUM-307 9:05-10:30 A MW Seiling, Br yan 21801 007 20189 001 9:05-10:30 A HUM-305 TTh Seiling, Br yan The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of the Class Schedule for more information. 20190 003 10:40-12:05 P MW Reed, Justin HUM-101 20191 004 10:40-12:05 P TTh Seiling, Bry an HUM-305 MW HUM-136 Lewis, Carol 1:40 P 20192 005 12:15- History The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more 3 Units HIST 110 C information. Western Civilizations I 22576 002 1:50- Lewis, Carol 3:15 P HUM-136 MW Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more This course is a comprehensive study of the contributions of Western civilizations information. from prehistoric times to the beginning of the modern era. Duplicate credit not 9:40 P Mishler, Katherine HUM-101 M 20193 100 6:30- granted for HIST 110HC. Seiling, Bryan 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 22208 OL1 Halahmy, David 20183 001 9:05-10:30 A MW HUM-306 This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: Halahmy, David TTh 9:05-10:30 A 20184 002 HUM-306 this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway Halahmy, David HUM-306 21731 100 6:00- 9:10 P T as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor - mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ 3 Units HIST 111 C academics/distance-education. Western Civilizations II Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C 23203 OL3 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Lucier, Bradley This course covers the development of Western civilization from the beginning of ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for the modern era to the present day. Duplicate credit not granted for HIST 111HC. this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway 20515 001 10:40-12:05 P TTh Halahmy, Da vid HUM-306 as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - HIST 110 C is not required for HIST 111 C. tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. 3 Units HIST 112 C Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; World Civilizations I Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C HIST 171 C 3 Units This course is a survey of the roots and development of civilizations in Africa, the History of the United States II Americas, Asia and Europe from the earliest times to 1550 CE. Duplicate credit Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU not granted for HIST 112HC. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C MW Latson, Jack HUM-101 9:05-10:30 A 20185 001 This course is a survey of American history from 1877 to the present. This course HUM-101 Latson, Jack TTh 10:40-12:05 P 20186 002 satisfies state requirements in American history and institutions for transfer. Duplicate credit not granted for HIST 171HC. 3 Units HIST 113 C 24111 003 HUM-101 Reed, Justin MW 8:55 A 7:30- World Civilizations II HUM-136 Lewis, Carol TTh 1:40 P 20196 004 12:15- Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Lucier, Bradley MW 3:15 P 1:50- 20195 002 HUM-101 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C TTh HUM-136 Lewis, Carol 3:15 P 1:50- 20194 001 This course is a survey of the roots and development of civilizations in Africa, the ONLINE 22207 OL1 Lucier, Bradley 1/28-5/25 Americas, Asia and Europe from 1550 CE to the present. Duplicate credit will not This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: be given for HIST 113HC. this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway TTh Latson, Jack HUM-101 9:05-10:30 A 20187 001 - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor HIST 112 C is not required for HIST 113 C. mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. 3 Units HIST 161 C Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Asian Civilizations II Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a comparative history of the civilizations of Asia from the 19th century to the present. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 24445 001 12:15- 1:40 P MW Smith, Steve HUM-101 Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

80 78 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM HIST 275 C 3 Units HRC 100 C (continued) History of California 24113 HY2 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Gargano, Amanda Transfer: UC/CSU/CUL DIV Gargano, Amanda AN-177 4:30- 5:55 P M 1/28-5/25 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid This course surveys the economic, social, ethnic, intellectual, and political history being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and of California from the earliest times to the present. you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For an Seiling, Bry MW 10:40-12:05 P 20198 001 HUM-307 more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. HUM-101 20199 002 12:15- 1:40 P TTh Romo, Vincent Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 1 Unit HIST 299 C 22430 OL1 Heller, Rosanne 1/28-3/24 ONLINE History Independent Study This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this ONLINE CLASS: Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge of tion regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit academics/distance-education. 3 times. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; 1/28-5/25 20200 400 HUM-238 vid Halahmy, Da Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Students must contact a full time instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An 1/28-3/24 ONLINE 23341 OL2 Heller, Rosanne agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - tion regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Homeland Security ONLINE 1/28-3/24 22683 OL3 Gargano, Amanda ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as Homeland Security classes can be found in the Aviation and - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa Travel Careers area. tion regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Gargano, Amanda 23342 OL4 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - tion regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts classes are held at the NOCCCD Anaheim Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Campus, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim, (714) 808-4640. See map on Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. back inside cover of this schedule. 23343 OL5 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Peters, Jeremy NOCCCD ANAHEIM CAMPUS ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as IMPERIAL HWY. an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - tion regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. 91 FWY. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; HARBOR BLVD. Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; ROMNEYA DR. ★ 1/28-3/24 Peters, Jeremy 21680 OL6 ONLINE 57 FWY. This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this ONLINE CLASS: BEACH BLVD. course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as EUCLID ST. - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa tion regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. 5 FWY. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 23499 OL7 Peters, Jeremy This 8-week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this ONLINE CLASS: course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as HRC 100 C 3 Units - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa Nutrition Transfer: UC/CSU tion regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ Scientific concepts of nutrition related to the function of nutrients in basic life academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; processes and current health issues with emphasis on individual needs. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. 21738 001 3:30- 6:40 P Th Heller, Rosanne AN-176 23842 OL8 3/25-5/25 ONLINE Peters, Jeremy Gargano, Amanda 24112 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 This 8 week class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this ONLINE CLASS: M 2:30- 1/28-5/25 Gargano, Amanda AN-177 3:55 P course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and tion regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For academics/distance-education. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Hybrid = Honors

81 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 79 DAYS ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR DATES CRN SEC TIME DAYS 3 Units HRC 135 C HRC 101 C 3 Units Culinary Fundamentals I Introduction to Hospitality Careers Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 120 C Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 060 C or acceptable score on the placement test - This course will focus on the basic principles, skills, and techniques associ This course provides an overview of operations and career opportunities in the ated with culinary arts, involving various cooking methods including classic and global hospitality and culinary arts industry. Students will also prepare a personal - modern techniques. ized career project. Clark, Lisa 20974 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 • $95.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 10:00-11:25 A AN-176 Clark, Lisa 1/28-5/25 M Peters, Jeremy HYBRID 1/28-5/25 20978 HY1 HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid 9:00- AN-175 Peters, Jeremy LAB 1/28-5/25 T 1:15 P being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 20975 HY2 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Clark, Lisa AN-176 Clark, Lisa (1/28) M 3:25 P 2:00- 1/28-5/25 20981 HY2 Peters, Jeremy HYBRID (4/29) M 3:25 P 2:00- AN-176 Clark, Lisa 1:15 P AN-175 LAB 9:00- W Peters, Jeremy 1/28-5/25 HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. HRC 120 C 3 Units 3 Units HRC 136 C Sanitation and Safety Baking Fundamentals I Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 060 C or acceptable score on placement test Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 120 C with a This course will acquaint students with sanitation and safety principles and minimum grade of “C” prepare students for the national food handler’s certification examination. This course will focus on using various mixing, holding and baking methods as 2:30- 5:40 P W Hathenbruck, Brian AN-177 20976 001 well as international techniques to create an assortment of yeast dough, breads, cookies, pies, tarts and cakes. HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Jones, Jeanette 20987 HY1 • $95.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION T (1/29) Jones, Jeanette AN-176 2:00- 4:00 P 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 20984 HY1 Rosati, Stephanie 4:00 P Jones, Jeanette AN-176 (4/30) 2:00- T AN-175 M 1/28-5/25 8:00-12:15 P Rosati, Stephanie LAB This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; HYBRID 20983 HY2 1/28-5/25 Rosati, Stephanie HRC 125 C 3 Units 1/28-5/25 LAB 8:00-12:15 P F Rosati, Stephanie AN-175 Restaurant Management This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: Transfer: CSU being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Prereq: HRC 101 C and HRC 120 C with minimum grades of “C” you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For This course acquaints students with restaurant and banquet operations through more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. theoretical studies and hands-on practice. Emphasis will be placed on the neces- Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; sary customer service and leadership skills to effectively manage restaurant and Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; banquet operations. • $50.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION AN-176 20977 001 8:30-10:35 A Th Clark, Lisa AN-174 3:00 P LAB 10:45- Clark, Lisa Th Always wanted to bake like a professional? Be taught the fundamentals of baking and work towards a WAITLIST NOW AVAILABLE Baking Fundamentals During registration, you can request to be placed on a waitlist Certificate when a class is full. This online feature does not guarantee a seat, but it allows the chance to obtain one if any become Start learning essentials in available. Waitlist students must attend the first day of instruc- HRC 136 C tion to be considered for an add code. Refer to the Waitlist Baking Fundamentals I page in the Class Schedule for complete waitlist information. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

82 80 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM HRC 152 C 3 Units 3 Units HRC 235 C Hospitality Purchasing Culinary Fundamentals II Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 101 C with a Prereq: HRC 120 C and HRC 135 C with minimum grades of “C” This course will focus on the advanced principles, skills and techniques asso - minimum grade of “C” This course examines the principles of hospitality procurement, purchasing, ciated with culinary arts, involving various advanced cooking methods and including classic and modern techniques. receiving and inventory techniques and menu analysis. 9:10 P W Hathenbruck, Brian 6:00- 23058 100 AN-176 • $120.00 Material Fee — P AYABLE AT REGISTRATION 20986 HY1 HYBRID Gargano, Amanda 1/28-5/25 AN-177 12:30- 1:25 P W 1/28-5/25 Gargano, Amanda 3 Units HRC 160 C 1/28-5/25 W 5:45 P 1:30- LAB AN-175 Gargano, Amanda Hotel Operations HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid Transfer: CSU being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 101 C with a you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For minimum grade of “C” more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. An overview of careers, operating systems and practices of a hotel facility, which Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; includes: front office, housekeeping, property maintenance, food and beverage, Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; human resources management, information systems and sales and marketing. Jones, Jeanette 1/28-5/25 20985 HY1 HYBRID HRC 246 C 3 Units Jones, Jeanette 1/28-5/25 AN-176 1:25 P 12:00- T Pastry Arts HYBRID CLASS: This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid Transfer: CSU being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Prereq: HRC 120 C and HRC 236 C with minimum grades of “C” you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For This course focuses on pastry arts to include restaurant style desserts, candies, more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. cake decorating and pastry showpieces. Emphasis will be placed on commercial Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; production of high quality products and professional presentation. • $120.00 Material Fee — P AYABLE AT REGISTRATION 24115 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-4/28 Rosati, Stephanie 3 Units HRC 164 C 1/28-4/28 Rosati, Stephanie T 7:20 P AN-175 LAB 1:30- Hospitality Law HYBRID CLASS: This 12-week hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid Transfer: CSU being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in HRC 101 C with a you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For minimum grade of “C” more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. This course presents legal aspects of managing hospitality operations with an Last day to drop without “W”: 02/11; Last day to add: 02/11; emphasis on compliance best practices and prevention of liabilities. Last day to drop for refund: 02/04. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/01; Clark, Lisa 23345 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 AN-176 Clark, Lisa 1/28-5/25 T 10:00-11:25 A 3 Units HRC 265 C This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online each week. HYBRID CLASS: International Cuisine To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed Transfer: CSU above and you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling Prereq: HRC 120 C and HRC 235 C or HRC 236 C with minimum grades of “C” in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ This course focuses on a global perspective of various regional cuisines. Students distance-education. will have the opportunity to produce ethnic foods while researching the influence Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; of culture on the development of international cuisines. • $75.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 8:30-10:35 A Th AN-177 23361 001 Gargano, Amanda 3 Units HRC 231 C Gargano, Amanda LAB 10:45- AN-175 Th 3:00 P Cost Control in Hospitality Transfer: CSU HRC 290 C 3 Units Advisory: HRC 152 C Hospitality Career Capstone This course presents the principles of cost control and revenue management as Transfer: CSU it applies to the hospitality industry. Students learn to use technology and solve Prereq: HRC 101 C with a minimum grade of “C” problems to keep costs low and margins high in hospitality operations. AN-176 22613 100 M Martin, James 6:00- 9:10 P Advisory: HRC 290 C requires 100 hours of hospitality industry related work experience and is recommended for HRC majors in their final year of study. This course prepares students for careers and upward mobility in the hospitality 3 Units HRC 232 C industry. Students will develop industry expected employability skills to include Special Event Management professionalism, business communication, and technological aptitude. Transfer: CSU Clark, Lisa HYBRID 1/28-5/25 21848 HY1 Prereq: HRC 101 C 12:00- AN-176 Clark, Lisa (1/28) M 1:50 P This course is a comprehensive study of the field of special events with emphasis 1:50 P AN-176 12:00- Clark, Lisa M (2/25) on creating and executing catered events. 12:00- (3/25) M 1:50 P AN-176 Clark, Lisa 9:00-12:10 P W Rosati, Stephanie AN-176 21853 001 12:00- 1:50 P AN-176 M (4/29) Clark, Lisa This full term hybrid class meets on campus and online. To avoid HYBRID CLASS: being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above and you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Safety escorts are available for anyone who would Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! Contact Campus Safety at (714) 484-7387 = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

83 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 81 ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DAYS INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR DATES HUSR 210 C 3 Units Introductory Fieldwork Transfer: CSU Human Services Prereq: HUSR 200 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course offers observation and participation in the operations of human services agencies. The student will document 126 hours of supervised field study SPRING 2019 Human Services Classes (at SANTA ANA) per semester and will attend one hour lecture per week. Offered at • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Orange County Social Services 3:00 P W Zager, Gary HUM-123 20898 002 2:00- Training & Career Development, Bldg. A Students planning on taking HUSR 210 C/211 C in the Spring 2019 are encouraged 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705 to obtain their fieldwork site prior to the semester starting. Contact the Human Ser - (714) 435-7200 vices Department Professor Gary Zager for help or suggestions at (714) 484-7008 or email him at [email protected] These classes, though open to all, are specially designed for employees of T Zager, Gar HUM-123 y 20896 100 5:00- 6:00 P the County of Orange and meet in Santa Ana. You may register Online at: Students planning on taking HUSR 210 C/211 C in the Spring 2019 are encouraged www.CypressCollege.edu. For more information, please contact the Social to obtain their fieldwork site prior to the semester starting. Contact the Human Ser - Sciences Division Office at (714) 484-7185. vices Department Professor Gary Zager for help or suggestions at (714) 484-7008 or NOTE: You must park in the front of the building to avoid being locked in the email him at [email protected] parking gates. The entrance to all classes is through the front entrance area. HUSR 211 C 3 Units 3 Units Group Leadership – Group Process HUSR 222 C Santa Ana Site 20905 5:45P–8:55P T Wilson, Brenda Advanced Fieldwork Transfer: CSU 3 Units HUSR 241 C Intervention Strategies T Santa Ana Site Fernando Mallory, 24601 5:45P–8:55P Prereq: HUSR 210 C - This course is the second of a two-semester sequence of volunteer or paid field HUSR 225 C Families and Substance Abuse 3 Units work experience. Students should be prepared to spend an additional 125 hours Tapia, James 23209 5:45P–8:55P W Santa Ana Site per semester of supervised work in the field. HUMAN SERVICES ONLINE CLASSES • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 3 Units Drugs and Physiology HUSR 242 C HUM-123 W 20899 002 2:00- 3:00 P Zager, Gary T HYBRID/ONLINE Tapia, James 20925 Students planning on taking HUSR 210 C/211 C in the Spring 2019 are encouraged One Mandatory Orientation at Cypress College to obtain their fieldwork site prior to the semester starting. Contact the Human Ser - 6:00P–7:00P in HUM-121 vices Department Professor Gary Zager for help or suggestions at (714) 484-7008 or Tuesday, January 29, 2019 email him at [email protected] 3 Units Developmental Psychology PSY 139 C 5:00- 20897 100 6:00 P T Zager, Gar y HUM-123 Entirely ONLINE De Dios, Angela 23223 Students planning on taking HUSR 210 C/211 C in the Spring 2019 are encouraged January 28–May 25 to obtain their fieldwork site prior to the semester starting. Contact the Human Ser - Full Semester Online Class vices Department Professor Gary Zager for help or suggestions at (714) 484-7008 or Developmental Psychology PSY 139 C 3 Units email him at [email protected] a Entirely ONLINE Orlovska, Kseniy 20548 March 25–May 25 — 8 weeks 3 Units HUSR 221 C 2nd Session Short Term Online Class Crisis Intervention and Referral Cross-Cultural Psychology PSY 131 C 3 Units Transfer: CSU 24298 Entirely ONLINE Young, Brandy This course introduces techniques for beginning crisis counseling and referral. January 28–March 24 — 8 weeks 1st Session Short Term Online Class Zager, Gary MW 11:20-12:45 P 20902 001 HUM-123 PSY 131 C Cross-Cultural Psychology 3 Units 22215 Young, Brandy Entirely ONLINE 3 Units HUSR 222 C March 25–May 25 — 8 weeks Group Leadership-Group Process 2nd Session Short Term Online Class Transfer: CSU NOTE: Please consult the entire schedule for all online classes offered by This course examines membership and leadership in a variety of groups found in Cypress College. Human Service organizations. 20905 600 5:45- T Wilson, Brenda SNTANA 8:55 P - NOTE: This Class meets at Orange County Social Services, Training & Career Devel opment, Bldg. A. 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705. You must park in front of the building to avoid being locked in the parking gates. The entrance to all classes is through the front entrance area. Cypress College is a fully accredited Provider of Alcohol and Drug Studies certified by 3 Units HUSR 224 C the California Association for Alcohol/Drug Self-Esteem Strategies Educators and the California Statewide Transfer: CSU Accreditation Committee. This course is designed for those considering a career in management and staff development in Human Services Agencies, with special application to client after- care programs. 3 Units HUSR 200 C 9:05-10:30 A 20906 001 Adams, Virgil HUM-121 MW Introduction to Human Services Transfer: CSU This course covers the history and philosophy of the human services; function and orientation of human services institutions, careers, and agencies. 20894 002 9:05-10:30 A HUM-325 James Tapia, TTh 9:45-11:10 A 20893 001 HUM-123 Gary Zager, MW Tapia, James 20895 100 6:30- 9:40 P M HUM-325 Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

84 82 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME 3 Units HUSR 290 C 3 Units HUSR 225 C Families and Substance Abuse Human Services in Criminal Justice Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU This experimental course will survey the historic and philosophical aspects of This course presents the dynamics of the family system as they are affected by addiction. criminal behavior and the functions and objectives of parole and probation. HUM-121 10:40-12:05 P MW 24605 001 Adams, Virgil 22212 001 12:15- 1:40 P TTh Tapia, James HUM-325 8:55 P 5:45- W Tapia, James SNTANA 23209 600 NOTE: This Class meets at Orange County Social Services, Training & Career Devel - 3 Units HUSR 291 C opment, Bldg. A. 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705. You must park in front Counseling in Criminal Justice of the building to avoid being locked in the parking gates. The entrance to all classes Transfer: CSU is through the front entrance area. This course explores current theory and practice in the counseling of those in state prison treatment programs. 3 Units HUSR 240 C HUM-121 20928 001 1:50- MW Adams, Virgil 3:15 P Drugs and Alcohol in Our Society Transfer: CSU 3 Units HUSR 292 C This is an introductory course for individuals in any area of human services who Introduction to Criminology (same as SOC 292 C) desire to increase their knowledge regarding problems resulting from drug and/ Transfer: UC/CSU or alcohol abuse and addiction. A scientific analysis of the nature, extent and causes of violations of societal rules 20909 100 Th 9:40 P HUM-121 Adams, Virgil 6:30- that are formally defined as crime and delinquency. Duplicate credit not granted for SOC 292 C. 3 Units HUSR 241 C 9:05-10:30 A 20929 001 TTh HUM-121 Adams, Virgil Intervention Strategies ONLINE 24297 OL1 Aguilera, Peter 1/28-5/25 Transfer: CSU This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register - ONLINE CLASS: This course will serve as an assessment and treatment approach to individuals ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into having problems with alcohol and other drugs. myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive HUM-325 James Tapia, MW 9:05-10:30 A 20931 001 important information regarding this course. For more information, go to Mallory, Fernando SNTANA 24601 002 5:45- 8:55 P T www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. NOTE: This Class meets at Orange County Social Services, Training & Career Devel - Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; opment, Bldg. A. 1928 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705. You must park in front Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. of the building to avoid being locked in the parking gates. The entrance to all classes is through the front entrance area. 3 Units HUSR 294 C Careers in Criminal Justice HUSR 242 C 3 Units Transfer: CSU Drugs and Physiology This course will provide the student with the opportunity to explore, in depth, the Transfer: CSU breadth and scope of career opportunities in the field of criminal justice. Specific This course explores the effects of alcohol and other drugs on the body. careers will be explored. HUM-325 James 20924 001 10:40-12:05 P MW Tapia, • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 1/28-5/25 20925 HY1 HYBRID Tapia, James 23212 001 10:40-12:05 P TTh Adams, Virgil HUM-121 HUM-325 7:00 P T (1/29) Tapia, James 6:00- HYBRID CLASS: This full semester Online Class REQUIRES a mandatory on-campus Orientation Meeting on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 6:00 pm-7:00 pm in HUM- 325. The remainder of the class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend this Orientation Meeting. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active Interdisciplinary Studies and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regard - ing this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ 3 Units INDS 101 C distance-education. Humanities: Renaissance-Present Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Transfer: UC/CSU Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course surveys the development of Western Culture from the Renaissance HUSR 243 C 3 Units to the present, with an emphasis on the arts. Duplicate credit not granted for Co-Occurring Disorders ENGL 111 C. Cost for museum visits not to exceed $15.00. Transfer: CSU HYBRID Nabahani, Melanie 22934 001 This course will introduce the student to the treatment needs of those who have a TTh HUM-107 11:20-12:45 P Nabahani, Melanie psychiatric disorder in combination with a chemical dependency disorder. HYBRID CLASS: This late start 12-week class meets on campus and online. The on- • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION campus meeting is shown on the above line(s). To avoid being dropped, you MUST 20926 001 11:20-12:45 P TTh Zager, Gary HUM-123 physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above AND you MUST enter your email address in myGateway BEFORE enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. HUSR 250 C 3 Units Sociology of Aging (same as SOC 250 C) Transfer: UC/CSU INDS 115 C 1 Unit This multi-disciplinary course examines aging from the sociological and cultural Learning Communities Seminar perspectives. Duplicate credit not granted for SOC 250 C. Transfer: CSU 20857 001 12:15- 1:40 P MW HUM-323 Dedic, James The Learning Communities Seminar is a course where learning communities students will discuss, research, analyze, and write about the interdisciplinary 3 Units HUSR 275 C themes shared between the learning community classes. May be taken for credit 2 times. Ethical Issues in Human Services • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Transfer: CSU Rhymes, Regina M 1:00 P 23114 001 12:00- HUM-126 This course presents the rules and standards governing the professional conduct of those working in Human Services agencies. Zager, TTh 2:25 P Gary HUM-123 1:00- 21803 001 = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

85 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 83 DATES INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM DAYS 1 Unit INDS 120HC Honors Program Seminar Transfer: CSU The Honors Program Seminar is a course where honors program students will discuss, research, analyze and write about Honors education issues. 2:15- 3:20 P T Sonne, Kathr yn 21102 001 HUM-105 The Cypress College Honors Program is designed to encourage talent and ability in highly motivated students as they begin their academic studies and prepare to transfer to a four-year college or Japanese Students who complete the Honors Program and university. 3 Units JAPN 100 C - meet all major transfer requirements will have priority con Spoken Japanese for Beginners sideration for admission to specific four-year institutions. Transfer: CSU An introductory course emphasizing oral practice, pronunciation and vocabulary About the Program development. Designed to develop speaking and understanding of Japanese for Classes are taught by faculty interested in enriching your aca - everyday conversational situations. demic experience with special projects, readings, and class activi - • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION ties. The program provides a unique, seminar environment with 6:00- HUM-110 Kimura, Judith 20801 100 9:10 P M close academic and social interaction with outstanding faculty and other highly motivated honors students. Guest speakers, cul - 5 Units JAPN 101 C tural events, and field trips enhance the challenging and creative Elementary Japanese I Transfer: UC/CSU learning experience. The course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students will be introduced to the culture, history, The Transfer Alliances and geography of Japan through lectures, slides, videos, photographs, film, and Cypress College is a member of the Honors Transfer Council of reading assignments. Not intended for native Japanese speakers. - California. This group has established transfer alliance agree • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION ments with many four-year colleges and universities. The transfer Staff 24303 001 7:50-10:20 A HUM-110 MW alliance agreements guarantee priority consideration for entrance HUM-110 24307 002 8:00-10:30 A TTh Takayama, Mariko to Honors Students who meet the entrance criteria of the HUM-201 22663 003 1:30- 4:00 P MW Takayama, Mariko MW 20803 100 HUM-114 Staff 8:30 P 6:00- universities. JAPN 102 C 5 Units Requirements for Membership Elementary Japanese II  Minimum 3.25 GPA in high school course work, or a 3.0 GPA in Transfer: UC/CSU a minimum of 6 units of college course, verified by transcripts Prereq: JAPN 101 C with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school  Eligibility for English 100 C Japanese with an average grade of “C” or better is recommended  Completion of the Honors Program application The course continues to emphasize the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Benefits for Students • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION  HUM-108 Okubo, Emi MW 2:30 P 22484 001 12:00- Priority consideration for admission at the junior level to HUM-201 23611 100 6:30- 9:00 P TTh Staff selected 4-year colleges and universities  Small classes with a seminar environment JAPN 200 C 2 Units  Library privileges at transfer colleges and universities Conversational Japanese  Invitation to special Honors Forums, seminars and social events Transfer: CSU  Special counseling and advisement with the Honors Program Prereq: JAPN 102 C with a minimum grade of “C” Director and Honors Counselor This course will focus on practical conversation with emphasis on the idiomatic usage of the language. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION For more information and an application, Higuchi, Natsuyo M 20804 001 2:15- 4:20 P HUM-327 please contact: Kathryn Sonne Penny Gabourie 3 Units JAPN 201 C Honors Program Director Honors Program Counselor Study of Kanji [email protected] [email protected] Prereq: JAPN 101 C or concurrent enrollment in JAPN 102 C (714) 484-7129 (714) 484-7452 The course is designed to improve reading, writing, and listening to Kanji. Students will learn the radicals and components that allow the Kanji to be arranged into related groups. Honors Program Office located in the Student Center, 2nd Floor • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Hours: Monday–Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and Higuchi, Natsuyo HUM-110 W 9:10 P 6:00- 22664 100 Friday 8:00 am to 12:00 noon www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/specialprograms/Honors Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

86 84 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 DAYS INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES JAPN 203 C 4 Units Intermediate Japanese III Transfer: UC/CSU Journalism/Communications Prereq: JAPN 102 C with a grade of “C” or better or two years of high school Japanese with an average grade of “C” JOUR 101 C 3 Units This course emphasizes the acquisition of advanced skills in listening, speaking, Reporting and Writing reading and writing. Transfer: UC/CSU • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Prereq: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C 20817 001 3:00- 5:05 P MW Okubo, Emi HUM-110 Advisory: Ability to type 20 words per minute - An introduction to gathering, synthesizing/organizing and writing news in journal JAPN 204 C 4 Units istic style across multiple platforms. Intermediate Japanese IV MW 1:10 P FA-213 21037 001 11:45- Coronado, Michael Transfer: UC/CSU 23477 002 11:45- TTh 1:10 P Coronado, Michael FA-213 Prereq: JAPN 203 C with a grade of “C” or better or three years of high school Japanese with an average grade of “C” 3 Units JOUR 110 C This course emphasizes the acquisition of advanced skills in listening, speaking, Global Media reading and writing. Transfer: UC/CSU • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Survey of global mass communication and the interrelationships of media with 4:20 P 24304 001 HUM-327 Higuchi, Natsuyo MW 2:15- society including history, structure and trends in a digital age. 21038 001 FA-213 MW Coronado, Michael 10:10-11:35 A JAPN 299 C .5 to 2 Units 10:10-11:35 A 21039 002 TTh Coronado, Michael FA-213 Japanese Independent Study Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 3 Units JOUR 140 C Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Public Relations This course is for able students who wish to increase their knowledge of Transfer: CSU Japanese through individual study or research. May be taken for credit 3 times. Advisory: Ability to type 20 words per minute and understand basic computer • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION operation Staff 21064 400 1/28-5/25 Principles, history and development, and professional practice of public relations. Students must contact an instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agree - Includes planning and executing effective communications for organizations. ment will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the FA-213 Marc W Posner, 24260 101 7:00-10:05 P Division Dean. Contracts are available in the Language Arts Division Office, Humani - ties Bldg., 2nd floor, Room 240. JOUR 225 C 3 Units Student Media Practicum I Transfer: CSU Students produce journalism content for student media. Student media includes World Wide Web, print video streaming, live Webcast streaming, and social networking. Students report to student editors who control all content. for Cypress College students in the for Cypress College students in the for Cypress College students in the 4:00 P 23332 001 MW 1:30- FA-121 Coronado, Michael LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER (LRC) 3 Units JOUR 226 C Student Media Practicum II Transfer: CSU ENGLISH Prereq: JOUR 225 C with a minimum grade of “C” Advisory: 20 wpm keyboarding is helpful Reporting, editing and publishing the online student news website, cychron. ESL Monday—Thursday CypressCollege.edu, using digitized text, photos, graphics, video and audio. pm 9:00 am to 7:00 4:00 P MW Coronado, Michael FA-121 1:30- 24259 001 FOREIGN LANGUAGES Friday 3 Units JOUR 228 C Visualjournalism m to 3:00 pm 10:00 a MATH Transfer: CSU Advisory: Should be able to type 20 words per minute Students are allowed This course trains visualjournalists who use video and still imaging for electronic SCIENCES 2 tutoring appointments news gathering. It focuses on theory and practice of using the DSLR camera as a per subject, per week reporting and communications tool for print, broadcast and the World Wide Web. FA-121 MW 24261 001 5:25 P 3:00- Goulding, Michael ...AND MORE! JOUR 299 C .5 to 2 Units Communications/Journalism Independent Study TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT: Transfer: CSU the LR Stop by C front counter or Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract For students who wish to increase their knowledge through individual study, 7193 call (714) 484-7183 or (714) 484- research, or internships as described in an independent study contract with the instructor. May be taken for credit 4 times. 21040 400 1/28-5/25 Coronado, Michael FA-121 To enroll in the above class email the instructor at [email protected] able in the LRC: Also Avail (Room 1 English Success Center 26) E s t . 6 6 9 1 and 27) Math Learning Center (Room 1 = Online = Hybrid = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Honors

87 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu 85 / DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM 1 Unit KIN 121 C Self Defense Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Kinesiology Course will include instruction in personal safety and self-defense techniques through scenario and martial arts training. LEGEND • Formerly PE 170 C Baseball Field BBF... G2-123 Jackson, Michael MW 4:00 P 2:35- 24216 001 TTh G2-123 Jackson, Michael 5:35 P 4:10- 24217 100 BUS 309 ... Business Bldg., Rm 309 G1-101 ... Gymnasium 1 G1-102 Fitness Lab ... 1 Unit KIN 128 C G2-122 ... Gymnasium 2 Yoga-Intermediate Linbrook Bowl LIN ... Transfer: UC/CSU POOL ... Swimming Pool Advisory: Students should have taken KIN 130 C or demonstrate intermediate SBF Softball Field ... yoga practitioners skills. Soccer Field SOCCER ... This is an intermediate course in yoga, an integrated study of health. It involves ... Tennis Courts TC the investigation and practice of breathing techniques, yoga postures (asanas), ... Tech Ed II TE2 and meditation and relaxation. The asana portion will include intermediate level Track TRACK ... poses. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 24546 001 1:00- 2:25 P MW Staff G2-123 KIN 100 C 1 Unit 1 Unit KIN 129 C Adapted Kin Weight Training Advisory: This course is designed for, but not limited to, students with Vinyasa Yoga Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU disabilities, registered with Disability Support Services (DSS). This basic course in yoga involves the investigation and practice of breathing This course is designed to give students with various levels of physical ability techniques, yoga postures (asanas), and meditation. Emphasis is on practicing the the opportunity to participate in resistive exercises with weights. May be taken principles of pranayama (breathing), improving concentration, and unifying body, for credit 4 times. mind and spirit during vinyasa practice. • Formerly PE 100 C G1-102 Pinkham, Bill MW 11:30-12:55 P 23435 001 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION TTh 1:00- 2:25 P Grote, Silvie G2-123 24200 001 24549 002 5:35 P 4:10- MW Staff G2-123 1 Unit KIN 110 C Surfing 1 Unit KIN 130 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Yoga Prereq: Demonstrate ability to swim Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Introduction and practice in the essential skills of paddling, wave selection, - An overview course in yoga emphasizing breathing and deep relaxation tech etiquette, and water safety for long board and short board riding. Transportation niques to reduce stress, improve concentration, circulation, flexibility and muscle will not be furnished. tone, and unify mind, body and spirit. • Formerly PE 122 C • Formerly PE 102 C F 23561 001 Canner, Mark POOL-1 9:00-12:10 P G2-123 Gracia-Iris, Holly TTh 9:25 A 8:00- 23438 002 The first class meeting will be at the Pool. Bring swimsuit attire. 23437 001 Grote, Silvie TTh G2-123 11:20-12:45 P 1 Unit KIN 111 C KIN 132 C 1 Unit Swimming Hatha Yoga Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Basic instruction and practice in the fundamental elements of swimming. This course involves physical and meditative yoga practice and investigation • Formerly PE 134 C of the philosophical lineage of Hatha Yoga. It is designed to improve proper y Beidler, Larr POOL-1 23381 001 11:20-12:45 P TTh technique within practice, emphasizing physical body awareness, breathing tech - niques, and an understanding of the different aspect of yoga practice. 1 Unit KIN 116 C • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Swim for Fitness 9:45-11:10 A Staff 24540 001 G2-123 MW Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Demonstrate ability to swim 1 Unit KIN 133 C This course will emphasize swimming for health and physical fitness. Cardiovascular Conditioning • Formerly PE 149 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 23379 001 8:00- 9:25 A MW Beidler, Larry POOL-1 This course is designed to provide an individualized exercise program for the student interested in achieving physical fitness through a program of cardio- KIN 120 C 1 Unit vascular conditioning. Kick-Boxing • Formerly PE 114 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU MW TRACK-1 23469 001 10:10-11:35 A Nancy Welliver, Instruction in forms of kick-boxing that stress cardiovascular endurance, strength development, and improved flexibility. KIN 134 C 1 Unit • Formerly PE 163 C F 9:00-12:10 P Jackson, Michael 23530 003 G2-123 Walking for Fitness TTh G2-123 23525 002 2:35- Jackson, Michael 4:00 P Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course will emphasize walking for health and fitness for men and women who are interested in instruction and practice of cardiovascular walking. • Formerly PE 121 C TRACK-1 23470 001 10:10-11:35 A MW Welliver, Nancy Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

88 86 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS INSTRUCTOR 1 Unit 1 Unit KIN 140 C KIN 160 C Fitness Training Badminton Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Circuit training has proven especially beneficial for people not interested in This is a course in the fundamental skills of badminton with emphasis on position competitive weight training but desiring good muscle tone and cardiovascular play and strategy for singles, doubles and mixed doubles, which will include rules, fitness. This type of training gives maximum return in a controlled workout. etiquette, drills and class competition. • Formerly PE 152 C • Formerly PE 105 C G1-102 9:00-12:10 P 24287 001 24188 007 7:00-10:10 A F Desmond, Daniel G1-101 F Hutting, Anthony Welliver, G1-102 24674 002 Nancy 8:15- MW 9:40 A MW Pinkham, Bill 9:30-10:55 A 24042 001 G1-102 KIN 164 C 1 Unit 1:25 P G1-102 Nancy Welliver, MW 24045 003 12:00- Bowling-Beginning Welliver, 24046 004 12:00- 1:25 P TTh Nancy G1-102 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 1:15- 24164 005 2:40 P MW G1-102 Mohr, Margaret This course teaches the fundamental skills of bowling with emphasis on form, 24183 006 Beidler, Larr MW 5:10 P G1-102 y 3:45- terminology and scoring. Facility use fee required. To be paid throughout the semester at the facility. 1 Unit KIN 143 C • Formerly PE 108 C Strength Training 23461 100 4:00- LIN M 7:10 P Alhadeff, Andrew Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU The first class meeting will be held in BUS-309, thereafter at Linbrook Bowl, This class is designed to provide individualized instruction of students with indi - 201 Brookhurst, Anaheim, CA. (714) 774-2253 vidualized strength training programs using Life Fitness, Universal and Olympic weights. 1 Unit KIN 165 C • Formerly PE 159 C Bowling-Intermediate Hutting, Anthony 23564 002 6:45- 8:10 A MW G1-102 Transfer: CSU 9:30-10:55 A TTh Pinkham, Bill G1-102 24043 001 Advisory: Student should have beginner experience in bowling or have taken KIN 164 C. KIN 145 C 1 Unit This course teaches intermediate skills of bowling with emphasis on etiquette, Boot Camp Workout terminology and equipment. Facility use fee required. To be paid throughout the Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU semester at the facility. This course will focus on individual exercise for obstacle course completion, 23639 101 7:10 P M Alhadeff, Andrew LIN 4:00- calisthenics, weight training, aerobics, yoga, and overall fitness. The first class meeting will be held in BUS-309, thereafter at Linbrook Bowl, • Formerly PE 168 C 201 Brookhurst, Anaheim, CA. (714) 774-2253. MW Mohr, Margaret G2-123 23366 001 11:20-12:45 P G2-123 Gladys, Collin MW 7:10 P 5:45- 24660 100 1 Unit KIN 169 C G2-123 wrence Mohr, La TTh 8:45 P 24538 002 7:20- Tennis-Intermediate Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU KIN 146 C 1 Unit Advisory: Student should have beginner experience in tennis or have taken Cardio Core KIN 168 C. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU • Formerly PE 141 C This course is designed for students to participate in a comprehensive fitness TC-1 23555 001 F 9:00-12:10 P Alvarez, Jose program which includes stretching and core strengthening exercises using stability balls, hand weights and tubing. 1 Unit KIN 180 C • Formerly PE 178 C Futsal-Indoor Soccer Gladys, Collin G2-123 9:25 A 8:00- MW 24659 004 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU G2-123 Beidler, Larry TTh 9:45-11:10 A 23382 001 The class will provide instruction and practice in techniques of futsal (indoor 24536 003 5:45- 7:10 P TTh Mohr, La wrence G1-102 soccer). G2-123 24530 002 7:20- 8:45 P MW Morris, Kelly • Formerly PE 109 C G1-101 TTh 9:45-11:10 A 23551 003 Alhadeff, Andrew 1 Unit KIN 148 C Total Body Fitness 1 Unit KIN 181 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Futsal-Intermediate This course emphasizes physical fitness that will be achieved through the use of Transfer: UC/CSU resistance exercises and body building routines. Advisory: KIN 180 C • Formerly PE 187 C Designed to strengthen fundamental soccer skills. Emphasis is on scrimmages • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION and applying offensive and defensive group strategies in competitive play. 24187 001 7:00- G1-102 8:25 A TTh Hutting, Anthony Alhadeff, Andrew G1-101 23391 001 9:45-11:10 A TTh KIN 151 C 1 Unit KIN 183 C 1 Unit Spinning-Beginning Volleyball-Beginning Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This efficient, high-energy group exercise integrates music and cycling in a The course will include teaching of the basic skills of volleyball with emphasis on complete exercise routine. Spinning accommodates everyone’s individual needs strategy and rules. In class competition will be offered. and abilities. • Formerly PE 144 C 24558 004 G1-102 8:15- 9:40 A Valentine, Thomas TTh Welliver, TTh 9:55 A 8:30- 23468 001 G2-122 Nancy 10:30-11:55 A MW Alhadeff, Andrew G1-102 24185 001 Gladys, Collin 24212 002 11:30-12:50 P TTh G1-102 24788 005 1:00- 2:25 P TTh Mohr, Margaret G1-102 Morris, Kelly G1-102 MW 24527 003 7:10 P 5:45- = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

89 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 87 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME KIN 199 C 1 Unit .5 to 3 Units KIN 184 C Volleyball-Intermediate Conditioning for Athletes Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Demonstrate ability of basic volleyball skills. Prereq: KIN 202 C or KIN 203 C or KIN 204 C or KIN 208 C or KIN 209 C or Advisory: KIN 183 C KIN 210 C or KIN 211 C or KIN 212 C or KIN 214 C or KIN 218 C or KIN 219 C or KIN 222 C or demonstrated advanced athletic skills This course will provide intermediate skill development and strategies. Players will be given opportunities to practice techniques in games. This course is designed for individualized instruction and practice in the areas Formerly PE 145 C • of weight training, weight lifting, anaerobic and aerobic fitness, and flexibility G2-122 10:10-11:35 A 23471 001 Nancy Welliver, TTh for competition in various intercollegiate sports. May be taken for credit 4 times. Formerly PE 162 C • POOL-1 24662 WI3 Beidler, Larry 1/2-1/14 8:30-11:20 A MTWThF 1 Unit KIN 185 C The above class is a half-unit course designated for swimming and diving athletes. Volleyball-Advanced Last day to add: 01/02; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/02; Transfer: UC/CSU Last day to drop for refund: 01/02. Last day to drop with “W”: 01/12; Advisory: KIN 184 C 1/2-1/14 9:00-11:50 A MTWThF 24697 WI1 G2-122 Welliver, Nancy This course presents advanced volleyball techniques and tactics for team and The above class is a half-unit course designated for volleyball athletes. tournament play. The course offers advanced skills, court positioning, defensive Last day to drop without “W”: 01/02; Last day to add: 01/02; techniques, and team strategy, both offensive and defensive. Last day to drop with “W”: 01/12; Last day to drop for refund: 01/02. G2-122 23472 001 10:10-11:35 A TTh Welliver, Nancy TTh 24211 005 POOL-1 Canner, Mark 9:45-11:10 A The above class is a one-unit course designated for women’s water polo athletes. 1 Unit 1:50 P MTWThF 1/2-1/14 Hutting, Anthony BBF-1 KIN 189 C 24657 WI5 11:00- The above class is a half-unit course designated for baseball athletes. Basketball-Beginning Last day to drop without “W”: 01/02; Last day to add: 01/02; Transfer: UC Credit Limitation Last day to drop with “W”: 01/12; Last day to drop for refund: 01/02. This course will include instruction in the fundamental skills of basketball with an Stauber, Michael SOCCER-NORTH 23546 004 12:30- 2:55 P TTh 3/12-5/23 emphasis on strategy and team play. The above class is a one-unit course designed for men’s soccer athletes. • Formerly PE 181 C Last day to add: 03/20; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/20; G1-101 24221 001 11:20-12:45 P TTh Alhadeff, Andrew Last day to drop with “W”: 05/07; Last day to drop for refund: 03/14. 3/18-5/22 MTW 23369 001 2:00- G2-122 Alhadeff, Andrew 3:50 P 1 Unit KIN 190 C The above class is a one-unit course designed for men’s basketball athletes. Last day to add: 03/25; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/25; Basketball-Intermediate Last day to drop for refund: 03/20. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/07; Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 3/11-5/22 23544 003 2:30- 4:55 P MW Hurtarte, Erick SOCCER-SOUTH Advisory: Student should have beginning basketball skill or have taken The above class is a one-unit course designed for women’s soccer athletes. KIN 189 C. Last day to drop without “W”: 03/19; Last day to add: 03/19; This activity class stresses development of the fundamental skills of basketball. Last day to drop for refund: 03/13. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/06; Game strategies including various offenses and defenses will be analyzed and TTh 5:00 P 3:30- G1-101 23466 002 Mohr, Margaret 3/18-5/22 applied through team competition. The above class is a half-unit course designed for women’s basketball athletes. • Formerly PE 160 C Last day to add: 03/25; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/25; Alhadeff, Andrew 23375 002 8:00-11:10 A G2-122 F Last day to drop for refund: 03/20. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/07; 24222 001 11:20-12:45 P TTh Alhadeff, Andrew G1-101 3 Units KIN 202 C KIN 191 C 1 Unit Intercollegiate Baseball Basketball-Advanced Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Athletics Association Advisory: Student should have intermediate basketball skill or have taken (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to KIN 190 C. Intercollegiate competition. This course is designed for players who have mastered the fundamental This course is designed for the advanced baseball player wanting to participate on skills, strategies, and rules of basketball and seek to develop advanced-level the intercollegiate baseball team. May be taken for credit 4 times. physical and mental skills for competitive play. In addition to refining offensive • Formerly PE 202 C and defensive skills, students analyze game tactics and evaluate strategies for y 23397 001 BBF-1 2:00- 4:05 P MTWThF Hutting, Anthon strengthening personal and team performance. 23376 001 8:00-11:10 A F Alhadeff, Andrew G2-122 KIN 203 C 1.5 Units Intercollegiate Basketball-Men .5 to 3 Units KIN 198 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Athletic Weight Training Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Athletics Association Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to Prereq: KIN 202 C or KIN 203 C or KIN 205 C or KIN 206 C or KIN 210 C or intercollegiate competition. KIN 211 C or KIN 212 C or KIN 213 C or KIN 214 C or KIN 215 C or KIN 217 C This course is designed for the advanced basketball player wanting to participate or KIN 218 C or demonstrate advanced athletic skills on the intercollegiate basketball team. May be taken for credit 4 times. This course is designed with athletes in mind, but not limited to them, to enable • Formerly PE 203 C them to work out with a prescribed individual weight program at least three days 3:50 P MTWThF G2-122 Alhadeff, Andrew 1/2-3/8 24656 001 2:00- a week. May be taken for credit 4 times. Last day to add: 01/13; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/13; • Formerly PE 104 C Last day to drop with “W”: 03/04; Last day to drop for refund: 01/08. Pickler, Brad 1/2-1/14 SBF-1 1:10 P MTWThF 24658 WI4 10:30- The above class is a half-unit course designated for women’s softball athletes. Last day to add: 01/02; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/02; Last day to drop with “W”: 01/12; Last day to drop for refund: 01/02. Verify Your Enrollment Alvarez, Jose 24663 WI2 11:30- TC-1 2:40 P MTWThF 1/2-1/14 The above class is a half-unit course designated for tennis athletes. You can verify your class schedule through- Last day to drop without “W”: 01/02; Last day to add: 01/02; out the term by accessing myGateway . Last day to drop for refund: 01/02. Last day to drop with “W”: 01/12; Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

90 88 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM DAYS KIN 212 C KIN 204 C 1.5 Units 3 Units Intercollegiate Basketball-Women Intercollegiate Softball-Women Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Athletics Association Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Athletics Association (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to intercollegiate competition. intercollegiate competition. Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. The most qualified Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. The most qualified student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May student athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken for credit 4 times. be taken for credit 4 times. • Formerly PE 204 C • Formerly PE 210 C 24661 001 Mohr, Margaret 1/2-3/8 G1-101 Pickler, Brad 5:50 P MTWThF 23462 001 1:30- 3:30- 3:35 P MTWThF SBF-1 Last day to drop without “W”: 01/13; Last day to add: 01/13; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/04; Last day to drop for refund: 01/08. KIN 213 C 3 Units Intercollegiate Swimming-Men KIN 205 C 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Intercollegiate Beach Volleyball-Women Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Athletics Association Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to Prereq: Pass team tryouts and must meet the California Community College intercollegiate competition. Athletics Association (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. Qualified student examination prior to intercollegiate competition. athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken This course is designed for advanced beach volleyball players with a strong desire for credit 4 times. to participate on the intercollegiate beach volleyball team. Students will need to • Formerly PE 211 C pass the sports physical administered by a team physician prior to competition. Beidler, Larr 23384 001 12:50- 2:55 P MTWThF POOL-1 y Students are required to participate in daily practice and required contests for a minimum of ten hours per week. May be taken for credit 4 times. KIN 214 C 3 Units • Formerly PE 217 C Intercollegiate Swimming-Women 4:05 P MTWThF Nancy 23473 001 2:00- Welliver, G2-122 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Athletics Association KIN 206 C 3 Units (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to Intercollegiate Golf-Men intercollegiate competition. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Daily practice or a minimum of ten hours per week is required. Qualified student Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Athletics Association athletes will be selected to represent the college during the season. May be taken (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to for credit 4 times. intercollegiate competition. • Formerly PE 212 C This course is designed for the advanced golfer wanting to participate on the 2:55 P MTWThF POOL-1 y Beidler, Larr 23385 001 12:50- intercollegiate golf team. May be taken for credit 4 times. • Formerly PE 208 C TRACK-1 MW Bedard, Dana 6:00-11:05 A 23638 001 Check Out Career Education’s Check Out Career Education’s New Website! New Website! Career Education C careers. ollege.edu ypress C = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

91 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 89 DATES ROOM DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME KIN 215 C 3 Units KIN 248 C 3 Units Intercollegiate Tennis Psychology of Sport Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course consists of the psychological study of athletes on all levels of compe - Prereq: Must meet the California Community College Athletics Association tition. The course includes such areas as competition, understanding coaches, (CCCAA) eligibility requirements and pass a physical examination prior to goal setting, motivation, youth sports, anxiety and stress, relaxation and sport intercollegiate competition. imagery, relationships, and drug abuse in sports. This course is designed for the advanced tennis player wanting to participate on • Formerly PE 248 C the intercollegiate tennis team. May be taken for credit 4 times. 6:00- BUS-309 y Beidler, Larr M 9:10 P 24182 100 • Formerly PE 214 C Alvarez, Jose TC-1 23392 001 1:00- 3:05 P MTWThF KIN 249 C 3 Units 3 Units KIN 230 C Sport and United States Society Transfer: UC/CSU/CUL DIV Introduction to Kinesiology Transfer: UC/CSU This course examines sport in the United States society and how various ethnic Introduction and orientation to the field of kinesiology as a profession and and under-represented groups have influenced sport participation at the local, academic discipline. state, and national levels. • Formerly PE 250 C • Formerly PE 252 C ONLINE 24175 OL 23394 002 9:30-10:55 A TTh Hutting, Anthony Mohr, Margaret TE2-110 1/28-3/24 TTh Canner, Mark BUS-309 24611 003 11:20-12:45 P ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your TE2-110 Valentine, Thomas T 9:10 P 6:00- 24556 101 current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 24191 OL ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Hutting, Anthony Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Mohr, Margaret 24176 OL2 more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. This 8-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your ONLINE CLASS: current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For more 3 Units KIN 235 C information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. First Aid, CPR and Emergencies Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; Transfer: UC/CSU Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; This course includes the theory and implementation of the skills necessary in response to an emergency. 1 Unit KIN 255 C • Formerly PE 235 C Lifeguarding • $27.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Transfer: UC/CSU 8:00- 23547 002 9:25 A MW Butler, Shane TE2-110 Prereq: A minimum of 15 years of age, the ability to swim continuously TTh 24579 003 Vanherk, T racy TE2-110 11:20-12:45 P yards and complete a 7 to 10 feet surface dive 500 TE2-110 Armstrong, Holly Th 8:10 P 5:00- 24290 100 This course is designed to develop and perfect the basic swimming strokes 5:00- TE2-110 Armstrong, Holly Th 8:10 P 24296 101 needed to successfully execute the various lifesaving skills. The above class is designated for dual enrollment students. • Formerly PE 237 C 9:10 P 6:00- TE2-110 M Armstrong, Holly 23844 004 • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION The above class is designated for dual enrollment students. 24604 002 3:20- 5:25 P M Canner, Mark POOL-1 Armstrong, Holly 24602 005 M 9:10 P TE2-110 6:00- The above class is designated for dual enrollment students. 1/28-5/25 Vanherk, Tracy TE2-110 HYBRID 24578 HY1 Canner, Mark M 5:25 P 3:20- 23549 001 POOL-1 9:00-12:00 P S (2/2) Vanherk, Tracy TE2-110 Vanherk, Tracy TE2-110 9:00-12:00 P S (3/9) KIN 270 C 3 Units TE2-110 9:00-12:00 P S (4/6) Vanherk, Tracy Nutrition Science and Application TE2-110 Vanherk, Tracy (5/18) S 9:00-12:00 P Transfer: UC/CSU This full semester class meets on campus and online. Required HYBRID CLASS: meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To avoid In addition to the broad overview of the science of nutrition, this course provides being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to information for those interested in sport performance and enhancement. www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Grote, Silvie 23443 OL1 1/28-5/25 ONLINE ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 24580 HY2 Vanherk, Tracy TE2-110 your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so 1/29-1/31 TTh 2:25 P 1:00- TE2-110 Vanherk, Tracy that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to 1:00- 2:25 P TTh 3/5-3/7 Vanherk, Tracy TE2-110 www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. TTh 4/2-4/4 Vanherk, Tracy TE2-110 1:00- 2:25 P Vanherk, Tracy 5/14-5/16 TTh 2:25 P 1:00- TE2-110 3/25-5/25 23444 OL2 ONLINE Grote, Silvie HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your cur - Required meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To rent email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can avoid being dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, receive important communication. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege. go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; 23389 HY3 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Grote, Silvie TE2-110 Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. TTh 1/29-1/31 Grote, Silvie TE2-110 9:45-11:10 A Grote, Silvie 1/28-3/24 ONLINE 24202 OL3 3/5-3/7 9:45-11:10 A TTh Grote, Silvie TE2-110 This 8-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your ONLINE CLASS: TE2-110 9:45-11:10 A TTh 4/2-4/4 Grote, Silvie current email address BEFORE registering for the course. For more information, go to 9:45-11:10 A TE2-110 Grote, Silvie 5/7-5/9 TTh CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Required Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; meetings, both on-campus and virtual, are shown on the above lines. To avoid being Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

92 90 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DAYS DATES ROOM 3 Units KIN 272 C KIN 299 C .5 to 2 Units Kinesiology-Independent Study Strength and Conditioning Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Class provides a thorough review of the structure, action and performance of Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Students must obtain permission from instructor of subject area they will be skeletal muscle for those intending to teach strength training. The course studies working with and will be under direct supervision of that instructor. This course anatomy and physiology; muscular strength and endurance; flexibility; training sequences; available equipment; and safety factors, including contraindications. does not meet requirements of physical education activity classes. MW Valentine, Thomas BUS-309 11:20-12:45 P 24560 001 • Formerly PE 299 C Pinkham, Bill 24689 406 1/2-1/14 G2-107A To add the above class, see the Kinesiology Office Manager, G2-107A. KIN 280 C 3 Units Last day to add: 01/02; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/02; Introduction to Public Health Last day to drop with “W”: 01/12; Last day to drop for refund: 01/02. Transfer: CSU 1/2-3/8 24690 407 Pinkham, Bill G2-107A - Students will discuss contemporary public health challenges, focusing on elimi To add the above class, see the Kinesiology Office Manager, G2-107A. nating health disparities in chronic conditions, infectious diseases and behavioral Last day to add: 01/13; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/13; health. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/04; Last day to drop for refund: 01/08. 23445 OL1 ONLINE Grote, Silvie 1/28-5/25 23629 401 G2-107A Pinkham, Bill 1/28-5/25 This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update ONLINE CLASS: To add the above class, see the Kinesiology Office Manager, G2-107A. your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so 23630 402 G2-107A Pinkham, Bill 1/28-3/24 that you can receive important communication. For more information, go to To add the above class, see the Kinesiology Office Manager, G2-107A. www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. 23631 403 Pinkham, Bill G2-107A 3/25-5/25 KIN 281 C 3 Units To add the above class, see the Kinesiology Office Manager, G2-107A. Health and Social Justice Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Transfer: UC/CSU Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Course provides an introduction to the health inequities in the United States 24687 404 G2-107A Pinkham, Bill 3/18-5/22 that stem from unequal living conditions. Students will explore how education, To add the above class, see the Kinesiology Office Manager, G2-107A. socioeconomic status, racism and gender shape health epidemics and policy Last day to add: 03/25; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/25; development. Theoretical frameworks will be used to assess and analyze public Last day to drop with “W”: 05/07; Last day to drop for refund: 03/20. health issues. 24688 405 3/26-5/21 Pinkham, Bill G2-107A Grote, Silvie 24201 OL ONLINE 1/28-5/25 To add the above class, see the Kinesiology Office Manager, G2-107A. ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update Last day to drop without “W”: 04/01; Last day to add: 04/01; your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For Last day to drop with “W”: 05/07; Last day to drop for refund: 03/26. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. KIN 284 C 3 Units Contemporary Personal Health Library Science Transfer: UC/CSU Course explores advances in medical science as they relate to personal health and dispels myths and misconceptions. LIB 100 C 1 Unit • Formerly PE 234 C Introduction to Research 23652 001 MW Beidler, Larry BUS-309 9:45-11:10 A Transfer: UC/CSU Introduction to the fundamentals of research. Students learn to locate, evaluate, 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 23370 OL1 Alhadeff, Andrew organize, and correctly cite information to be used in research papers. ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 23476 OL1 1/28-3/24 Peacock, Joyce ONLINE ONLINE CLASS: This eight-week online class meets entirely online. You MUST Alhadeff, Andrew 1/28-3/24 ONLINE 23371 OL2 update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for this course ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your - in order to receive important communication from the instructor. For more informa current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For more tion go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 23372 OL3 Alhadeff, Andrew ONLINE CLASS: This 8-week class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; myGateway Registration! 3 Units KIN 285 C All class registrations, adds, drops, waitlists Global and Community Health and with drawals must be done online using Transfer: UC/CSU myGateway . Explores the primary determinants of global health, inequalities in health status among nations, and current challenges, controversies and public policy priorities. Computers are available in the Transfer Center, 24193 OL ONLINE Hutting, Anthony 1/28-5/25 the Career Center, EOPS, the LLRC, Student This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update ONLINE CLASS: your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For Activities and Admissions and Records. more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. = Online = Hybrid = Honors = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

93 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 91 DATES CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INSTRUCTOR DAYS ROOM Participate in the Management Entrepreneurship Experience 1 Unit MGT 143 C Take the plunge Introduction to Legal Research Transfer: CSU This course provides an introduction to the nature and use of legal reference material with consideration given to a uniform system of citation. MGT 161 C Introduction to Business • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION (3 units) Varisco, Michael 6:50 P 6:00- 24165 100 BUS-319 M MW 9:00 am–10:25 am 3 Units MGT 161 C CRN: 21123 Introduction to Business Transfer: UC/CSU TTh 9:00 am–10:25 am This course covers principles and practices of American businesses in a global CRN: 22609 environment: management, entrepreneurship, marketing, accounting, finance and international. T 7:00 pm–10:10 pm • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Jo, Jiewoon BUS-316 21123 001 9:00-10:25 A MW CRN: 21144 22609 002 9:00-10:25 A TTh Jo, Jiewoon BUS-316 7:00-10:10 P T Reza, Adriana BUS-316 21144 100 Th 7:00 pm–10:10 pm 22368 101 Dupuy, John BUS-316 7:00-10:10 P Th CRN: 22368 MGT 211 C 3 Units Writing for Business Transfer: CSU MKT 222 C Principles of Marketing Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a minimum grade of “C” (3 units) This course is an introduction to the communication skills and knowledge needed in organizations. Focusing on the writing process, it includes communication MW 10:45 am–12:10 pm fundamentals: ethical, legal, and multicultural issues. 3/25-5/20 MW BUS-318 22367 300 Troy, Kathleen 9:00-12:20 P CRN: 21175 Last day to drop without “W”: 03/31; Last day to add: 03/31; Last day to drop for refund: 03/27. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/06; , Kathleen BUS-318 Tr o y MW 2:40 P 1:15- 22365 001 Jo, Jiewoon BUS-317 21122 100 7:00-10:10 P M MGT 240 C 3 Units 3 Units MGT 262 C Legal Environment of Business Principles of Management Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU An introduction to the legal environment in which businesses operate. Topics This course focuses on the responsibilities and roles of managers and the steps in include American legal system, contracts, torts, business organization, etc. the management process: planning, organizing, directing and controlling. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 1/28-3/20 21154 200 MW BUS-318 9:00-12:20 P Troy, Kathleen Jo, Jiewoon 1/28-5/25 22610 HY1 HYBRID Last day to drop without “W”: 02/03; Last day to add: 02/03; Jo, Jiewoon BUS-318 (1/30) W 7:00-10:10 P Last day to drop for refund: 01/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/06; W (3/6) Jo, Jiewoon BUS-318 7:00-10:10 P TTh Tr o y 9:00-10:25 A , Kathleen BUS-318 21155 001 W (4/10) Jo, Jiewoon BUS-318 7:00-10:10 P , Kathleen BUS-318 22369 002 10:45-12:10 P TTh Tr o y BUS-318 (5/15) W 7:00-10:10 P Jo, Jiewoon M BUS-319 21156 100 7:00-10:10 P Varisco, Michael HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Required on-campus meetings are shown on the above lines. To avoid being Reza, Adriana 1/28-5/25 21248 HY1 HYBRID dropped, you MUST attend the first class meeting. For more information, go to T (1/29) 5:00- Reza, Adriana BUS-316 6:50 P www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Reza, Adriana T (5/21) 5:00- BUS-202 6:50 P This full semester hybrid class requires on-campus meetings as HYBRID CLASS: shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the first on-campus meeting listed above and MUST enter your email address in myGateway IMMEDIATELY upon enrolling in the class. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Marketing 3 Units MKT 222 C Looking for a Deadline? Principles of Marketing Transfer: CSU • See the IMPORTANT DATES page for semester length This course focuses on the marketing activities required to plan, price, develop, classes. promote, and distribute goods or services to potential customers. 21175 001 BUS-316 10:45-12:10 P Jo, Jiewoon MW • Look under the CRN for classes that meet less than the full semester. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

94 92 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu Math Flow Chart for Non-Science Majors 010 C 044 C Self-paced MATH course Co-Lab 024 C *See note 015 C (at NOCE) **See note below below Matriculation Test — Level 1 020 C 041 C Matriculation Test — Level 2 040 C 030 C BOTH Matriculation Test — Level 3 120 C 110 C 120 C 130 C 115 C PSY/SOC 161 C Majors: Majors: Majors: Majors: Majors: Business (CSU) Liberal Arts RN (CSU) Social Sciences Teaching Some Business Fine Arts Humanities This list of majors is for general reference. Please consult with your academic counselor to confirm that the MATH course you have selected fulfills your major. If you have not taken a Math course within the last * MATH 044 C: see counselor for recommendation and next level. two years, you are strongly advised to begin at a level that ** MATH 024 C is NOT intended for students planning you have already completed with a “C” or better. to enroll in CHEM 107 C or 101 C, or MATH 130 C. MATHEMATICS LEARNING CENTER (714) 484-7151 8:00 am–8:00 pm Students will find instructors and qualified tutors MONDAY ... ... available for assistance in solving mathematical TUESDAY 8:00 am–8:00 pm WEDNESDAY problems or in understanding mathematical concepts 8:00 am–8:00 pm ... in the Mathematics Learning Center, located in Room 8:00 am–8:00 pm ... THURSDAY 127 of the Library/Learning Resource Center. ... FRIDAY 10:00 am–3:00 pm = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

95 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 93 / CypressCollege.edu INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES DAYS DAYS M ATH Basic Mathematics has moved 010 C Mathematics across campus to NOCE 0 Units MATH N01 C Registration is available starting Dec. 12th for this course Supervised Tutoring: Math This course provides individual tutoring based on each student’s needs in at the NOCE building by parking lot 4. mathematics. • Non-Credit The new name for the Jan. 7 – Mar. 29 Class dates: • Open Entry/Open Exit course is College Prep 23770 OE1 1/28-5/25 LLRC-127 Shrout, Cindy 6 classes available Basic Mathematics . Tues/Thurs Mon/Wed MATH 010 C 4 Units This is a traditional Basic Mathematics 8:30–11:30 am 8:30–11:30 am math course. The This course covers whole numbers, fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, 1–4 pm 1–4 pm course is offered at proportions, percents, measurement, geometric figures and negative numbers. no charge. Emphasis is placed on real world applications. 5:30–8:30 pm 5:30–8:30 pm • Non-degree credit Staff LLRC-127 22500 998 1/28-5/25 MATH 015 C (continued) Self-paced M ATH 010 C and M ATH 015 C BUS-309 Hoang, Khanh TTh 5:20 P 3:15- 21285 015 Phillips, Crystal MW 7:05 P 5:00- 21670 108 SEM-206 in one semester at NOCE Lynn, Gregor 22628 102 7:05 P TTh BUS-308 y 5:00- The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy Work at your own pace. Proceed through both courses of the textbook is optional. Humaciu, Matthew MW 22629 100 SEM-116 5:30- 7:35 P in one semester. This course is offered at no charge. 22395 101 5:45- 7:50 P TTh Choi, Hong BUS-311 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy Free tutoring is also available. Math Co-Lab classes are of the textbook is optional. located at the NOCE building by parking lot 4. Contact TTh 8:50 P 6:45- 21649 112 SEM-205 Hor, Rattana The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy David Alfaro ([email protected]) to attend an of the textbook is optional. SEM-116 7:45- 9:50 P Humaciu, Matthew MW 23497 115 enrollment session and sign up. 8:00-10:05 P TTh Choi, Hong BUS-311 22527 113 Jan. 7 – Mar. 29 Class dates: The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION 4 Units MATH 015 C The Mathematics Proficiency Examination for the Learning Skills area Pre-Algebra Computational Skills: MATH 020 C Elementary Algebra and MATH 040 C Prereq: MATH 010 C or Basic Mathematics with a grade of “C” or better and Intermediate Algebra will be administered by the Math Department. Please the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. consult an academic counselor to determine which exam is appropriate for This course is designed for students who are planning to study algebra and need your degree path. A student may attempt to pass the proficiency exam only a review of the basic skills of arithmetic and an introduction to the basic principles one time. Successful completion of the Mathematics Proficiency Examination of algebra. waives three units of the Learning Skills (Mathematics) course requirement. No • Non-degree credit unit credit is given, nor is the total number of units required to complete the BUS-317 Vu, T im 7:30- 22759 002 9:35 A MW AA degree lowered. There is a $25.00 fee for taking the examination, and the The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy receipt which is to be obtained in the Bursar’s Office must be presented at the of the textbook is optional. time of application in the SEM Division Office. SEM-116 21286 003 9:15-11:20 A TTh Cadilli, Jolina The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy THE MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION WILL BE GIVEN FRIDAY, of the textbook is optional. 8, 2019 AT 3:00 pm in Room SEM-208. MARCH Vu, T im 9:45-11:50 A 24522 001 MW BUS-317 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. MATH 020 C 4 Units BUS-311 Meas, Soky MW 1:05 P 22498 005 11:00- Elementary Algebra The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy Prereq: MATH 015 C or Pre-Algebra with a grade of “C” or better and the of the textbook is optional. assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. 1:05 P BUS-311 21288 004 11:00- TTh Leongson, Jaime An introduction to Algebra, including the basic operations of real numbers, poly - Cadilli, Jolina SEM-205 TTh 2:05 P 21284 007 12:00- nomials, rational expressions, radical expressions, factoring, solutions of linear The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy and quadratic equations, and graphing of linear systems. Students who have of the textbook is optional. completed MATH 020 C are allowed to take MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C. 1:15- 3:20 P MW Huynh, Paul BUS-311 21287 016 • Non-degree credit The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 21296 002 Ly, Tuyen 9:05 A TTh 7:00- SEM-104 of the textbook is optional. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy Estephan, Joseph BUS-308 22630 014 1:15- 3:20 P TTh of the textbook is optional. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 21292 005 10:15-12:20 P TTh Castro, Alma SEM-214 of the textbook is optional. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 22499 013 2:15- Abatzoglou, Alexander TTh SEM-205 4:20 P of the textbook is optional. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. MW SEM-206 2:40- 22627 017 Phillips, Crystal 4:45 P Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

96 / 94 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DAYS INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES MATH 040 C MATH 020 C (continued) 4 Units Intermediate Algebra Castro, Alma TTh 2:35 P 21295 011 12:30- SEM-214 Prereq: MATH 020 C or Algebra I with a grade of “C” or better and the The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. of the textbook is optional. MW 3:50 P 1:45- 21293 003 SEM-203 Daigle, Maurice A second course in algebra that covers sets, axioms for the real number system, The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy polynomials, solutions of linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, and of the textbook is optional. systems of equations. Students may not receive credit for both MATH 040 C and Ramedani, Par TTh 2:00- SEM-114 21299 009 vin 4:05 P MATH 041 C. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 7:00- 22424 001 BUS-308 TTh 9:05 A Do, Mina of the textbook is optional. 10:20-12:25 P 21302 003 SEM-202 Paek, Sylvia TTh TTh 7:20 P 5:15- 21298 101 SEM-202 Takeuchi, Kevin The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 6:15- MW Staff SEM-203 21289 001 8:20 P of the textbook is optional. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 21305 011 11:15- 1:20 P MW Sotomayor, Andrew SEM-104 of the textbook is optional. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 21290 100 SEM-217 vin Ramedani, Par TTh 8:20 P 6:15- of the textbook is optional. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy BUS-308 Gross, Jane MW 22396 015 12:30- 2:35 P of the textbook is optional. SEM-209 22425 009 1:15- 3:20 P TTh Paek, Sylvia 21291 102 MW SEM-217 9:20 P 7:15- Harris, Jonathan The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. of the textbook is optional. White, Raymond SEM-215 21307 017 2:50- 4:55 P MW Huynh, Paul BUS-311 MW 5:35 P 21306 019 3:30- The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy MATH 024 C 6 Units of the textbook is optional. Pre-Statistics Mai, Hao SEM-203 4:00- 6:05 P TTh 21311 101 Prereq: MATH 010 C or Basic Mathematics with a grade of “C” or better and TTh SEM-204 21735 105 5:00- 7:05 P Shihabi, Azzam the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. TTh 8:20 P 6:15- 21308 102 SEM-203 Mai, Hao This course is for students planning to enroll in MATH 120 C. It covers the requisite 6:45- 8:50 P MW White, Raymond SEM-215 21309 104 algebra topics, descriptive statistics, probability, and use of the T1-83/84 graphing 7:30- 9:35 P SEM-202 Takeuchi, Kevin 21303 106 TTh calculator. 23512 109 7:45- 9:50 P MW Leongson, Jaime SEM-214 • Non-degree credit TTh 8:00-10:05 P 24524 103 SEM-209 Armstrong, Eric SEM-114 Nguyen, Hoang MWF 9:05 A 7:00- 22531 001 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. of the textbook is optional. 22534 004 11:30-12:55 P MTWTh SEM-206 Ledesma, Nicole 3:05 P TTh Hoang, Khanh 22532 002 12:00- BUS-316 23039 005 1:05- 2:30 P MTWTh Ledesma, Nicole SEM-206 22533 102 5:00- 7:05 P MWF Ghaffari, Ardeshir SEM-217 The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. 23498 101 5:30- 7:35 P MWF Huynh, Timothy SEM-214 The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. 7:30- HUM-329 Staff 24518 100 TThF 9:35 P 4 Units MATH 030 C Plane Geometry Prereq: MATH 020 C or MATH 041 C or Algebra I with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. This introduction to Euclidean geometry includes logic, deductive reasoning, proofs, constructions, congruent and similar polygons, areas, and volumes. • Non-degree credit MW 21845 001 8:00-10:05 A BUS-319 Meas, Soky The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. 21300 101 5:00- 7:05 P MW Lam, Trac y SEM-204 Staff TTh 7:05 P HUM-329 22266 100 5:00- The initial college experience is exciting but may be very demanding. Our Math classes proceed at a rapid pace. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you start with a Math course that would be a review of the last Math class you successfully completed (with a grade of C or better) in high school. = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

97 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 95 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME MATH 040 C (continued) MATH 040 C (continued) Nguyen, Kelly ONLINE Nguyen, Kelly 1/28-5/25 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 21304 OL3 21650 OL1 Nguyen, Kelly SEM-217 Nguyen, Kelly SEM-217 Th 10:40-12:45 P (1/31) 8:25-10:30 A Th (1/31) 10:40-12:45 P Nguyen, Kelly (2/14) Th SEM-217 8:25-10:30 A Th (2/14) Nguyen, Kelly SEM-217 SEM-217 (3/7) Th 10:40-12:45 P Nguyen, Kelly SEM-217 Nguyen, Kelly 8:25-10:30 A Th (3/7) Th 10:40-12:45 P 8:25-10:30 A Th (4/4) Nguyen, Kelly SEM-217 SEM-217 Nguyen, Kelly (4/4) SEM-217 Nguyen, Kelly (5/2) Th 8:25-10:30 A SEM-217 Nguyen, Kelly (5/2) Th 10:40-12:45 P Nguyen, Kelly SEM-217 Nguyen, Kelly 10:40-12:45 P Th (5/16) SEM-217 8:25-10:30 A Th (5/16) 10:40-12:45 P SEM-217 Nguyen, Kelly (5/23) Th 8:25-10:30 A Nguyen, Kelly SEM-217 (5/23) Th ONLINE CLASS: ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires MANDATORY on-campus This full semester online class requires MANDATORY on-campus attendance for proctored exams on the dates listed above. ALL students must physi - attendance for proctored exams on the dates listed above. ALL students must physi - cally attend class with their photo IDs on those days. Additionally, to remain in the cally attend class with their photo IDs on those days. Additionally, to remain in the class, every student MUST DO ONE of the following: class, every student MUST DO ONE of the following: - 1. Complete the online Orientation learning module and pass the mandatory Orienta 1. Complete the online Orientation learning module and pass the mandatory Orienta - tion Quiz with a score of 100% by January 30, 2019. Instructions for how to do this tion Quiz with a score of 100% by January 30, 2019. Instructions for how to do this will be emailed to those enrolled in the course prior to the start of the semester. will be emailed to those enrolled in the course prior to the start of the semester. 2. Attend the optional On-campus Orientation on the first day of class, January 31, 2. Attend the optional On-campus Orientation on the first day of class, January 31, 2019. This option is highly recommended because you will get to meet your instruc - 2019. This option is highly recommended because you will get to meet your instruc - tor in-person, as well as interact with other students in the course. Students who tor in-person, as well as interact with other students in the course. Students who attend the On-campus Orientation will automatically receive credit for passing the attend the On-campus Orientation will automatically receive credit for passing the mandatory Orientation Quiz. mandatory Orientation Quiz. You must update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for You must update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for this course. Through email is how you will receive important announcements and this course. Through email is how you will receive important announcements and messages from your instructor. For more information go to www.CypressCollege. messages from your instructor. For more information go to www.CypressCollege. edu/academics/distance-education. edu/academics/distance-education. The above class uses online educational resources. No textbook is required. The above class uses online educational resources. No textbook is required. ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Ward, Amy 21310 OL2 MATH 041 C 6 Units 10:30-12:30 P M (1/28) Ward, Amy SEM-214 Ward, Amy 10:30-12:30 P M (2/11) SEM-214 Combined Algebra I & II Ward, Amy (3/4) M 10:30-12:30 P SEM-214 Prereq: MATH 015 C or Pre-Algebra with minimum grades of “C” AND the (3/25) M 10:30-12:30 P SEM-214 Ward, Amy assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. (4/22) Ward, Amy SEM-214 M 10:30-12:30 P This course is designed for students who would like to complete elementary and (5/13) Ward, Amy 10:30-12:30 P M SEM-214 intermediate algebra in one semester. It includes polynomials, rational expres - Ward, Amy SEM-214 10:30-12:30 P M (5/20) sions, radicals, linear systems, functions and graphs. Students may not receive ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires MANDATORY on-campus credit for both MATH 040 C and MATH 041 C. Students who have completed attendance for proctored exams on the dates listed above. ALL students must physi - 020 C are allowed to take MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C. MATH cally attend class with their photo IDs on those days. Additionally, to remain in the 7:00- SEM-116 Sotomayor, Andrew MWF 21312 005 9:05 A class, every student MUST DO ONE of the following: The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 1. Complete the online Orientation learning module and pass the mandatory Orienta - of the textbook is optional. tion Quiz with a score of 100% by January 27, 2019. Instructions for how to do this Lee, Eunju 21313 007 8:45-10:10 A MTWTh SEM-202 will be emailed to those enrolled in the course prior to the start of the semester. SEM-204 10:50-12:15 P MTWTh 21315 011 Lee, Eunju 2. Attend the optional On-campus Orientation on the first day of class, January 28, SEM-113 y Yu, And MWF 22267 009 12:15- 2:20 P - 2019. This option is highly recommended because you will get to meet your instruc The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy tor in-person, as well as interact with other students in the course. Students who of the textbook is optional. attend the On-campus Orientation will automatically receive credit for passing the SEM-114 Lee, Eunju 21314 013 12:25- 1:50 P MTWTh mandatory Orientation Quiz. 21316 019 2:40- 4:45 P MTW Eckenrode, Adam SEM-116 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy You must update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for of the textbook is optional. this course. Through email is how you will receive important announcements and SEM-202 22528 015 2:50- 4:55 P TThF Hor, Ra ttana messages from your instructor. For more information go to www.CypressCollege. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy edu/academics/distance-education. of the textbook is optional. The above class uses online educational resources. No textbook is required. 24525 016 MWF Trevino, Joseph BUS-309 3:45- 5:50 P 4:00- MWF Tran, Duy HUM-207 24526 100 6:05 P The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. 4:15- 6:20 P TThF Waugh, Ev an HUM-103 22633 101 Petitioning Closed Classes 5:00- MWF Ryan, Kevin BUS-308 7:05 P 23040 103 The above class requires the use of ALEKS for online assignments. A hard copy of Students may petition closed classes by opting for the Waitlist the textbook is optional. before the class begins or by attending the first class meeting. If TThF Heng, Ramy BUS-309 24529 102 6:00- 8:05 P The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy a seat is available the first class meeting, the instructor will issue of the textbook is optional. the student a four-digit code. The student must access myGateway and add the class, entering the add code when prompted. A stu - dent is not officially registered for a class (even if the instructor are available for anyone who would Safety escorts calls or writes names on the class roster) until the class has been like accompaniment to or from the parking lot! paid through myGateway . Classes must added and fees have been be added by the deadline . Waitlist instructions can be found on Contact Campus Safety at (714) 484-7387 the Waitlist page in the Class Schedule. 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98 96 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CRN SEC TIME DATES DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR DAYS ROOM 4 Units MATH 115 C MATH 044 C Basic Accelerated Mathematics Finite Mathematics Transfer: UC/CSU If you need MATH 010 C, 015 C, 020 C, or 040 C, then you can Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C or Algebra II with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. take MATH 044 C instead! This self-paced course allows you This course includes graphing, finance, matrices, linear systems, linear program - to reach the completion of MATH 040 C. You will have access ming, probability, and descriptive statistics. Waugh, Ev an SEM-206 24537 100 7:15- 9:20 P TTh to videos and an instructor to help explain the concepts when 1/28-5/25 Coopman, Jennifer HYBRID 21318 HY1 you need help. You can take this course only once and it is Coopman, Jennifer SEM-214 10:30-12:30 P W (1/30) intended for those who want to advance through at least two Coopman, Jennifer 10:30-12:30 P W (2/20) SEM-214 Coopman, Jennifer SEM-214 (3/20) W 10:30-12:30 P courses by the end of one semester. SEM-214 10:30-12:30 P Coopman, Jennifer (4/10) W 10:30-12:30 P W (5/8) Coopman, Jennifer SEM-214 SEM-214 Coopman, Jennifer (5/15) W 10:30-12:30 P 3 Units MATH 044 C W Coopman, Jennifer (5/22) SEM-214 10:30-12:30 P Basic Accelerated Math This full semester hybrid class requires MANDATORY on-campus HYBRID CLASS: This is a self-paced Math course in which students can progress from Basic Math meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically attend the on-campus meetings listed above. You MUST update your current email through Intermediate Algebra in one semester. Students will take an assessment address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive at the beginning of the course to determine their starting point and study plan. important communication. For more information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Students will then show mastery of topics using ALEKS, a Web-based assessment academics/distance-education. and learning system. May not be taken more than once. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy • Non-degree credit of the textbook is optional. 9:15-10:40 A MTWTh Eckenrode, Adam SEM-114 24180 001 The above class requires the use of ALEKS for online assignments. A hard copy of 24173 HY3 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Coopman, Jennifer the textbook is optional. 3:00 P W (1/30) Coopman, Jennifer SEM-214 1:00- SEM-114 Eckenrode, Adam 10:50-12:15 P MTWTh 24181 002 3:00 P Coopman, Jennifer 1:00- W (2/20) SEM-214 The above class requires the use of ALEKS for online assignments. A hard copy of (3/20) SEM-214 1:00- 3:00 P W Coopman, Jennifer the textbook is optional. (4/10) Coopman, Jennifer SEM-214 1:00- 3:00 P W 24533 003 1:45- 3:50 P MWF Staff BUS-317 Coopman, Jennifer SEM-214 (5/8) W 3:00 P 1:00- The above class requires the use of ALEKS for online assignments. A hard copy of Coopman, Jennifer SEM-214 1:00- 3:00 P W (5/15) the textbook is optional. 1:00- 3:00 P W (5/22) Coopman, Jennifer SEM-214 24534 100 7:05 P TThF Chrispens, Adriana BUS-317 5:00- HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class requires MANDATORY on-campus The above class requires the use of ALEKS for online assignments. A hard copy of meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically the textbook is optional. attend the on-campus meetings listed above. You MUST update your current email 9:20 P Chrispens, Adriana TThF 24535 101 BUS-317 7:15- address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive The above class requires the use of ALEKS for online assignments. A hard copy of important communication. For more information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ the textbook is optional. academics/distance-education. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 4 Units MATH 110 C of the textbook is optional. Math for Prospective Teachers 1/28-5/25 21319 HY2 HYBRID Coopman, Jennifer Transfer: UC/CSU SEM-203 1:45- Coopman, Jennifer Th (1/31) 3:45 P Prereq: MATH 030 C and 040 C or MATH 041 C or Plane Geometry and Th 1:45- 3:45 P (2/21) Coopman, Jennifer SEM-203 Algebra II with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of 1:45- SEM-203 Coopman, Jennifer (3/21) Th 3:45 P prerequisites is required. Coopman, Jennifer (4/11) SEM-203 1:45- 3:45 P Th Introduction to problem solving processes and strategies. Development and Coopman, Jennifer 3:45 P 1:45- SEM-203 Th (5/9) analysis of the structure and operations of the real number system. This course is 1:45- 3:45 P Th (5/16) Coopman, Jennifer SEM-203 designed for prospective elementary and middle school teachers. Th 3:45 P 1:45- Coopman, Jennifer SEM-203 (5/23) Oeser, P MW SEM-205 21765 100 aul 8:20 P 6:15- This full semester hybrid class requires MANDATORY on-campus HYBRID CLASS: The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for meetings as shown on the above lines. To avoid being dropped, you MUST physically future teachers. See the index in the back of the Class Schedule for more information. attend the on-campus meetings listed above. You MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy important communication. For more information go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ of the textbook is optional. academics/distance-education. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. MATH 115 C Finite Math Be Sure to Attend Are your educational goals in Liberal Arts, Fine Arts, Humanities, the First Class Meeting Mortuary Science, or Career Technical Education? MATH 115 C is Because of enrollment demands, attendance at the for you! first class meeting is required of officially enrolled Do you prefer to set your own time for learning course topics and waitlist students. Any student not reporting to within each unit? Try the HYBRID MATH 115 C course where you the first class meeting may be dropped from the can watch instructional videos created by your instructor for each class and waitlist. This includes waitlisted students. lesson at a time that best fits your schedule! Then you’ll meet with your instructor to take on-campus exams. = Teacher Prep = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Santa Ana

99 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 97 / CypressCollege.edu DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME 4 Units MATH 120 C MATH 120 C (continued) Introduction to Probability and Statistics 1/28-5/25 ONLINE Hill, Garet 21325 OL1 Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU SEM-203 10:15-11:45 A Th (1/31) Hill, Garet Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C or MATH 024 C or Algebra II with a grade Th 10:15-11:45 A SEM-203 (2/14) Hill, Garet of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is 10:15-11:45 A Th (3/7) SEM-203 Hill, Garet (3/21) Th 10:15-11:45 A SEM-203 Hill, Garet required. NOTE: Students majoring in Business, Engineering, Science or Math Th (4/4) Hill, Garet SEM-203 10:15-11:45 A should be taking MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C rather than MATH 024 C. Th (5/2) Hill, Garet SEM-203 10:15-11:45 A An introduction to the elements of statistical analysis. Applications to business, Th (5/16) Hill, Garet 10:15-11:45 A SEM-203 the biological sciences and the social sciences are emphasized. TI-83/84 or 10:15-11:45 A Th (5/23) Hill, Garet SEM-203 equivalent graphing calculator required. This full semester online class requires MANDATORY on-campus ONLINE CLASS: Pineda, Edward MW 9:05 A 7:00- 21321 001 SEM-206 attendance for proctored exams on the dates listed above. ALL students must physi - The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy cally attend class with their photo IDs on those days. Additionally, to remain in the of the textbook is optional. class, every student MUST DO ONE of the following: 9:05 A 7:00- 22398 003 TTh SEM-206 Choi, Timothy - 1. Complete the online Orientation learning module and pass the mandatory Orienta The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy tion Quiz with a score of 100% by January 28, 2019. Instructions for how to do this of the textbook is optional. will be emailed to those enrolled in the course prior to the start of the semester. 8:00-10:05 A Le, Duc 21326 021 TTh BUS-317 8:00-12:20 P 21323 011 Choi, Timothy BUS-308 F 2. Attend the optional On-campus Orientation on the first day of class, February 4, The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy - 2019. This option is highly recommended because you will get to meet your instruc of the textbook is optional. tor in-person, as well as interact with other students in the course. Students who 21322 007 SEM-209 Castro, Alma 8:35-10:40 A MW attend the On-campus Orientation will automatically receive credit for passing the The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy mandatory Orientation Quiz. of the textbook is optional. You must update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for 8:35-10:40 A Ledesma, Nicole SEM-209 21736 005 TTh this course. Through email is how you will receive important announcements and 22529 023 9:15-11:20 A SEM-206 MW Pineda, Edward messages from your instructor. For more information go to www.CypressCollege. The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy edu/academics/distance-education. of the textbook is optional. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 22495 024 10:15-12:20 P TTh Le, Duc BUS-317 of the textbook is optional. Castro, Alma SEM-116 MW 22397 017 12:25- 2:30 P The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy 24174 OL2 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Hill, Garet of the textbook is optional. 12:00- 1:30 P Th (1/31) Hill, Garet SEM-203 21320 019 SEM-217 Wan, James TTh 3:50 P 1:45- Hill, Garet 1:30 P Th 12:00- (2/14) SEM-203 The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy Hill, Garet (3/7) Th 12:00- SEM-203 1:30 P of the textbook is optional. 1:30 P SEM-203 Hill, Garet (3/21) Th 12:00- Andy SEM-113 MW 4:35 P 22496 002 2:30- Yu, Hill, Garet 12:00- SEM-203 1:30 P Th (4/4) The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy Th (5/2) Hill, Garet SEM-203 12:00- 1:30 P of the textbook is optional. SEM-203 12:00- 1:30 P Th (5/16) Hill, Garet MW 4:50 P 2:45- 21327 025 SEM-217 Ghaffari, Ardeshir SEM-203 Hill, Garet (5/23) Th 1:30 P 12:00- The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy This full semester online class requires MANDATORY on-campus ONLINE CLASS: of the textbook is optional. attendance for proctored exams on the dates listed above. ALL students must physi - 3:15- imothy MW 22775 004 Huynh, T SEM-214 5:20 P cally attend class with their photo IDs on those days. Additionally, to remain in the The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy class, every student MUST DO ONE of the following: of the textbook is optional. 1. Complete the online Orientation learning module and pass the mandatory Orienta - 3:30- Ulloa, Daniel SEM-209 TTh 22635 006 5:35 P tion Quiz with a score of 100% by January 28, 2019. Instructions for how to do this The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy will be emailed to those enrolled in the course prior to the start of the semester. of the textbook is optional. 2. Attend the optional On-campus Orientation on the first day of class, February 4, Wan, James SEM-217 22399 103 4:00- 6:05 P TTh 2019. This option is highly recommended because you will get to meet your instruc - The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy tor in-person, as well as interact with other students in the course. Students who of the textbook is optional. attend the On-campus Orientation will automatically receive credit for passing the MW 5:15- SEM-202 21328 104 Nguyen, Dai 7:20 P mandatory Orientation Quiz. The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy You must update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for of the textbook is optional. this course. Through email is how you will receive important announcements and 22497 108 TTh 5:30- 7:35 P White, Wesley SEM-116 messages from your instructor. For more information go to www.CypressCollege. SEM-209 5:45- 7:50 P Christenson, Peter MW 22634 112 edu/academics/distance-education. The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. of the textbook is optional. 23524 113 5:45- TTh Ulloa, Daniel SEM-209 7:50 P The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. 9:20 P 7:15- 21324 102 Staff SEM-206 MW TTh 9:50 P 24541 105 7:45- White, Wesley SEM-116 SEM-209 24542 106 MW 8:00-10:05 P Christenson, Peter The above class requires the use of MyStatLab for online assignments. A hard copy Does Admissions and Records have your of the textbook is optional. correct name, home and email addresses and phone number? 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100 98 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / Flow Chart for Mathematics Courses for SEM Majors 010 C 044 C Math Self-paced Co-Lab course (at NOCE) *See note 015 C below Matriculation Test — Level 1 020 C 041 C Matriculation Test — Level 2 030 C 040 C BOTH Matriculation Test — Level 3 141 C 142 C Matriculation Test — Level 4 150AC If you have not taken a Math course If you have not taken a Math course within the last two years, you are within the last two years, you are 150BC strongly advised to begin at a level that strongly advised to begin at a level that * MATH 044 C: see counselor for you have already completed with a “C” you have already completed with a “C” recommendation and next level. or better. or better. 250AC A scientific calculator is required for all A scientific calculator is required for all other courses above MATH 010 C. other courses above MATH 010 C. 250BC MATHEMATICS LEARNING CENTER (714) 484-7151 Students will find instructors and qualified tutors MONDAY ... 8:00 am–8:00 pm available for assistance in solving mathematical TUESDAY ... 8:00 am–8:00 pm WEDNESDAY 8:00 am–8:00 pm problems or in understanding mathematical concepts ... ... 8:00 am–8:00 pm in the Mathematics Learning Center, located in Room THURSDAY ... FRIDAY 127 of the Library/Learning Resource Center. 10:00 am–3:00 pm = Hybrid = Honors = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

101 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 99 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME 4 Units 4 Units MATH 142 C MATH 130 C Trigonometry Survey of Calculus Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: MATH 141 C or the equivalent of Math Analysis or Precalculus with a Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C or Algebra II with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. grade of “C” or better An introduction to calculus, with emphasis on solution techniques, and applica- One of two precalculus courses which includes trigonometric functions, graphs, tions rather than abstract theory. equations, identities, laws of sines and cosines, polar coordinates, vectors, para - BUS-316 Heneks, Kasara 21332 004 F 8:00-12:20 P metric equations and DeMoivre’s Theorem. SEM-104 21333 005 9:15-11:20 A TTh Ly, Tuyen Cadilli, Jolina 9:15-11:20 A 21340 001 SEM-116 MW The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. of the textbook is optional. 10:20-12:25 P 21329 001 Paek, Sylvia MW SEM-202 MW 2:40 P 21338 002 12:35- SEM-202 Cadilli, Jolina 10:50-12:55 P 21330 002 TTh Coopman, Jennifer SEM-209 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 21331 003 SEM-209 Paek, Sylvia MW 3:20 P 1:15- of the textbook is optional. BUS-308 2:45- 24543 006 4:50 P MW Gross, Jane Morvan, Laurie 21339 OL1 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 21334 007 Heng, Ramy 4:50 P SEM-214 2:45- TTh 9:15-11:20 A T (1/29) Morvan, Laurie SEM-217 The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy 9:15-11:20 A T (2/19) Morvan, Laurie SEM-217 of the textbook is optional. 9:15-11:20 A SEM-217 Morvan, Laurie (3/12) T 23527 102 SEM-203 Daigle, Maurice MW 6:05 P 4:00- 9:15-11:20 A T (4/9) Morvan, Laurie SEM-217 9:15-11:20 A T SEM-217 Morvan, Laurie (5/14) 4 Units MATH 141 C 9:15-11:20 A T (5/21) Morvan, Laurie SEM-217 ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires MANDATORY on-campus College Algebra attendance for proctored exams on the dates listed above. ALL students must physi - Transfer: UC/CSU cally attend class with their photo IDs on those days. Additionally, to remain in the Prereq: MATH 030 C and MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C with grades of “C” or class, every student MUST DO ONE of the following: better or Plane Geometry and Algebra II with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. - 1. Complete the online Orientation learning module and pass the mandatory Orienta tion Quiz with a score of 100% by January 28, 2019. Instructions for how to do this This is one of two courses to prepare students for the calculus sequence. Topics will be emailed to those enrolled in the course prior to the start of the semester. covered include rational, exponential and logarithmic functions; conic sections; zeros of polynomial functions; analytic geometry; systems of equations; and 2. Attend the optional On-campus Orientation on the first day of class, January 29, theory of equations. 2019. This option is highly recommended because you will get to meet your instruc - TTh 24547 006 8:30-10:35 A Lee, Ry an SEM-204 tor in-person, as well as interact with other students in the course. Students who The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy attend the On-campus Orientation will automatically receive credit for passing the of the textbook is optional. mandatory Orientation Quiz. MW 9:15-11:20 A Nguyen, Kelly SEM-203 21335 001 You must update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy this course. Through email is how you will receive important announcements and of the textbook is optional. messages from your instructor. For more information go to www.CypressCollege. 1:35 P MW 21651 002 11:30- SEM-203 Nguyen, Kelly edu/academics/distance-education. This is a 10-week class that requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy A hard copy of the textbook is optional. of the textbook is optional. Lee, Ryan 21337 003 11:30- 1:35 P TTh SEM-116 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Morvan, Laurie 21341 OL2 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 11:30- T (1/29) Morvan, Laurie SEM-217 1:35 P of the textbook is optional. 1:35 P T (2/19) Morvan, Laurie SEM-217 11:30- SEM-204 Hatori, Donald MW 2:35 P 21336 004 12:30- 11:30- T 1:35 P (3/12) Morvan, Laurie SEM-217 2:40- 22268 005 4:45 P TTh Moradi, Mahnaz SEM-206 T SEM-217 Morvan, Laurie (4/9) 1:35 P 11:30- The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy SEM-217 Morvan, Laurie (5/14) T 1:35 P 11:30- of the textbook is optional. SEM-217 Morvan, Laurie (5/21) T 1:35 P 11:30- 24550 007 SEM-204 4:50 P MW Hatori, Donald 2:45- ONLINE CLASS: This full semester online class requires MANDATORY on-campus BUS-317 Eng, Sitty MW 6:05 P 4:00- 22269 100 - attendance for proctored exams on the dates listed above. ALL students must physi The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy cally attend class with their photo IDs on those days. Additionally, to remain in the of the textbook is optional. class, every student MUST DO ONE of the following: 5:00- 7:05 P TTh Moradi, Mahnaz SEM-206 23766 102 The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. A hard copy 1. Complete the online Orientation learning module and pass the mandatory Orienta - of the textbook is optional. tion Quiz with a score of 100% by January 28, 2019. Instructions for how to do this Trevino, Joseph 23041 101 SEM-204 MW 9:20 P 7:15- will be emailed to those enrolled in the course prior to the start of the semester. 2. Attend the optional On-campus Orientation on the first day of class, January 29, 2019. This option is highly recommended because you will get to meet your instruc - ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES: tor in-person, as well as interact with other students in the course. Students who (commonly known as “Add Codes”) attend the On-campus Orientation will automatically receive credit for passing the may be issued by the instructor based on mandatory Orientation Quiz. You must update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for space availability and in accordance with all this course. Through email is how you will receive important announcements and the requirements for the class. messages from your instructor. For more information go to www.CypressCollege. Prior to the first day of class edu/academics/distance-education. • if the class is OPEN — no add code is The above class requires the use of MyMathLab for online assignments. 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102 100 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM MATH 150BC 4 Units Calculus II Supplemental Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Grades of “C” in MATH 150AC or Calculus I and Analytic Geometry and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. Instruction (SI) - This course is a continuation of MATH 150AC. It includes applications and tech niques of integration, improper integrals, infinite series, parametric equations, and polar coordinates. FREE STUDY GROUPS 21344 001 8:00-10:05 A MW Boling, Jess SEM-217 The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy specific co students urses College Cypress for in enrolled of the textbook is optional. SEM-209 Boling, Jess MW 10:50-12:55 P 21345 002 ruction (SI)? What is Supplemental Inst The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. 22636 003 12:30- 2:35 P TTh Roby, Scott SEM-204 eer-led Weekly, p sessions study group ⇒ Accounting 4:50 P Roby, Scott TTh 2:45- 24553 004 SEM-204 for students taking historically difficult MW 22637 100 aul SEM-205 4:00- 6:05 P Oeser, P courses The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy Biology of the textbook is optional. Lynn, Gregor TTh y BUS-308 9:20 P 7:15- 23536 101 Facilitated by trained SI Leaders who ⇒ The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy have al mastered ready the c ourse of the textbook is optional. Chemistry material 4 Units MATH 250AC rstand to earn and how Unde what to l ⇒ Multivariable Calculus Geography learn Transfer: UC/CSU, AA GE, IGETC Prereq: MATH 150BC or Calculus II and Analytic Geometry with a grade of “C” ng! nd Interactive a Engagi or better and the assessment process. Proof of prerequisites is required. ⇒ Math An intermediate course in mathematical analysis which includes elements of three dimensional analytic geometry, calculus of functions of several variables, Review course material. Develop study vector calculus, and vector fields. strategies. Prepare for exams . Learn how Physics 22270 001 9:40-11:45 A TTh Plett, Christina SEM-205 CCESSFUL STUD to become a SU ENT! MW 10:15-12:20 P Roby, Scott SEM-217 21346 002 This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. 2:35 P SEM-217 Roby, Scott MW 23042 003 12:30- Questions? e Lear ning Res ource Center Stop by th This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. (LRC) front counter or call (714) 484-7323 MATH 250BC 5 Units Linear Algebra and Differential Equations Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MATH 250AC with a minimum grade of “C” or Calculus III and Analytic MATH 150AC 4 Units Geometry with a grade of “C” or better and the assessment process Calculus I An introduction to linear algebra and ordinary differential equations. Prereq: MATH 141 C and MATH 142 C or trigonometry and math analysis/ Plett, Christina SEM-205 21347 001 8:20-10:50 A MW precalculus with grades of “C” or better and the assessment process. Proof MW SEM-205 1:30 P 22638 002 11:00- Plett, Christina of prerequisites is required. This course is an introduction to mathematical analysis. It includes the study of analytic geometry, functions and limits, continuity, differentiation and integration. MW 8:00-10:05 A BUS-308 Phan, Vu 23786 005 The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy Media Arts Design of the textbook is optional. 9:15-11:20 A 21342 001 TTh SEM-206 Ward, Amy MAD 100 C 3 Units The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. Introduction to Media Arts Design-Mac MW BUS-308 23787 006 10:15-12:20 P Phan, Vu Transfer: CSU The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy An overview of the many uses of electronic or digital; paint, drawing, digital of the textbook is optional. imaging, video capture and output, animated gif’s, and page layout programs on 2:40 P 21343 003 12:35- SEM-202 Ward, Amy TTh the Macintosh, with an emphasis on traditional 2D design and digital publishing. The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy Students create personal 2D images and video content for their portfolio. of the textbook is optional. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 4:15- MW Harris, Jonathan 23535 100 BUS-318 6:20 P FA-220 Angelov, Katalin TTh 20054 001 8:00-11:10 A The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy Bilotta, John FA-221 TTh 9:10 P 6:00- 22555 002 of the textbook is optional. Abatzoglou, Alexander 24552 102 4:30- SEM-205 6:35 P TTh The above class requires the use of WebAssign for online assignments. A hard copy of the textbook is optional. 7:30- 9:35 P MW Nguyen, Dai SEM-202 23827 101 = Hybrid = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Honors = Online

103 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 101 INSTRUCTOR DAYS ROOM ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES DATES INSTRUCTOR MAD 110 C 3 Units MAD 101 C 3 Units Animation History and Technology Introduction to Media Arts Design-Win Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU This course is an introduction to the history and technological development of An overview of the many uses of electronic or digital; paint, drawing, digital imaging, video capture and output, animated gif’s, and page layout programs the field of animation. Animation will be explored from various perspectives: on Windows, with an emphasis on traditional 2D design and digital publishing. chronology, form, culture, and by personality. 1/28-5/25 Holmes, Ian ONLINE 24668 OL1 Students create personal 2D images and video content for their portfolio. ONLINE CLASS: This online class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION MUST update your current email address in myGateway before registering for the TTh Angelov, Katalin FA-220 8:00-11:10 A 20055 001 course so that you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For 6:00- 9:10 P 22556 002 TTh Bilotta, John FA-221 more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; 3 Units MAD 104 C Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Introduction to 3D Graphics-Mac Transfer: CSU MAD 111 C 3 Units This is an overview of 3D computer graphics, with an emphasis on 2D paint and Introduction to Media Writing 3D software use in animation on the Macintosh. Students create original 3D still Transfer: CSU and animation imagery for their portfolio. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Basic introductory course in writing for the film and electronic media. Emphasis FA-121 24640 001 TTh 9:00-12:10 P Cho, Byung - on preparing scripts in proper formats, including fundamental technical, concep tual and stylistic issues related to writing fictional and non-fiction scripts for 3 Units MAD 105 C informational and entertainment purposes in film and electronic media. Introduction to 3D Graphics-Win 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 23313 OL1 Muldrow, Alica Transfer: CSU This online class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, ONLINE CLASS: This is an overview of 3D computer graphics, on a Windows computer. Students - you MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE register create original 3D still and animation imagery for their portfolio. ing for the course so that you can receive important information via email from • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ 24641 001 9:00-12:10 P TTh Cho, Byung FA-121 distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; MAD 106 C 3 Units Social Media Vlog Production 3 Units MAD 112 C Transfer: CSU This course examines the evolving role social media and video play in the cultural Electronic Illustration-Mac Transfer: CSU and business segments of 21st Century life. Students will learn to create a Vlog or The course focuses on the Macintosh generation of PostScript (vector) images Video Blog, shoot and edit video and audio content. Students will develop a plan for page layout software and as stand-alone images. The course offers the artist to distribute and market their Vlog brand identity. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION basic Macintosh skills needed for employment and/or advancement. FA-121 Holmes, Ian MW 24642 001 9:00-12:10 P • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION FA-221 Paul 9:45-12:55 P 22352 001 Wenner, MW 3 Units MAD 107 C MAD 113 C 3 Units Motion Graphics I Transfer: CSU Electronic Illustration-Win Transfer: CSU This course introduces students to the motion graphics capabilities of Apple This course focuses on the Windows generation of PostScript (vector) images Motion. Students will create projects that will be suitable for use in video and for integration into desktop publishing/page layout software and as stand-alone animation productions. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION images allowing high-resolution output. Angelov, Ka MW 22349 001 11:20- FA-220 talin 2:30 P • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Wenner, Paul MW FA-221 9:45-12:55 P 22353 001 MAD 108 C 3 Units MAD 114 C 3 Units Digital Video Production I-Win Transfer: CSU Electronic Illustration II-Mac Transfer: CSU This course introduces digital video Windows production techniques including The course focuses on the advanced usage of Microsoft generation of PostScript single camera operation procedures, basic principles and techniques of sound (vector) images for integration into desktop publishing/page layout software and and scriptwriting, and digital video editing. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION as stand-alone images allowing high-resolution output. 3:40- 6:50 P TTh Vazquez, Juan FA-121 22558 001 • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION MW Paul FA-221 22560 001 Wenner, 9:45-12:55 P MAD 109 C 3 Units 3 Units MAD 115 C Digital Video Production I-Mac Transfer: CSU Electronic Illustration II-Win Transfer: CSU This course introduces digital video Macintosh production techniques including The course focuses on the advanced usage of Windows generation of Postscript single camera operation and procedures, basic principles and techniques of (vector) images for integration into desktop publishing/page layout software and sound and scriptwriting, and digital video editing. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION as stand-alone images allowing high-resolution output. 3:40- 6:50 P TTh Vazquez, Juan FA-121 22559 001 • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 22561 001 9:45-12:55 P MW Wenner, Paul FA-221 Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

104 102 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / CRN SEC TIME ROOM DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES MAD 116 C MAD 134 C 3 Units 3 Units Digital Imaging-Mac Graphic Design I Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU - This is a basic course in advertising/graphic design. Material fees are for mate The course focus is on the usage of Macintosh based software for the manipula - rials provided by the department. tion of illustrative, photographic, scanned and video images. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 20056 001 11:20- 2:30 P TTh 5:00- FA-221 8:10 P MW Gross, Daniel Holmes, Ian FA-220 23306 001 3 Units MAD 117 C 3 Units MAD 135 C Digital Imaging-Win Graphic Design II (formerly MAD 144 C) Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: MAD 116 C The course focus is on the usage of Microsoft Windows based software for the manipulation of illustrative, photographic, scanned and video images. Course This is an intermediate course in advertising/graphic design. Material fees are for topics include image enhancement, editing, composite, retouching, photo materials provided by the department. - • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION montages, prepress, color separations and Web based images. 5:00- 23307 001 MW Gross, Daniel FA-221 8:10 P • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION TTh 2:30 P 20057 001 11:20- FA-220 Holmes, Ian MAD 118 C 3 Units 3 Units MAD 136 C Graphic Design III (formerly ART 142 C or MAD 145 C) Transfer: CSU Digital Imaging II-Mac Transfer: CSU Prereq: MAD 117 C with a minimum grade of “C” The course focus is on the advanced usage of Macintosh based software for the This is an advanced course in ad/graphic design. Special attention is placed on manipulation of illustrative, photographic, scanned and video images. planning and preparation of an ad/graphic portfolio. Lab fees are for materials • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION provided by the department. 22562 001 11:20- 2:30 P TTh Holmes, Ian FA-220 • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Gross, Daniel 5:00- 8:10 P MW 23308 001 FA-221 MAD 137 C 3 Units MAD 120 C 3 Units Digital Imaging II-Win Transfer: CSU 3D Modeling-Mac Transfer: CSU The course focus is on the advanced usage of Windows based software for the This course focuses on the introduction of Macintosh generation techniques manipulation of illustrative, photographic, scanned and video images. for developing three-dimensional computer graphics content. 3D modeling and • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION FA-220 Holmes, Ian TTh 2:30 P 22563 001 11:20- animation tools, menu structures and modeling building applications will be emphasized. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION MAD 150 C 3 Units TTh 2:40- 22027 001 FA-311 5:50 P Cho, Byung Intermediate Animation-Mac Transfer: CSU 3 Units MAD 121 C The course focus is on intermediate techniques of 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, motion control, and rendering animations for various purposes on a 3D Modeling-Win Transfer: CSU Macintosh computer. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION The course focuses on the introduction of Windows generation techniques for 5:50 P FA-311 2:40- 20058 001 Cho, Byung TTh developing three-dimensional computer graphics content. 3D modeling and animation tools, menu structures and modeling building applications will be emphasized. MAD 151 C 3 Units • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Intermediate Animation-Win 22028 001 2:40- 5:50 P TTh Cho, Byung FA-311 Transfer: CSU The course focus is on intermediate techniques of 3D modeling, texturing, 3 Units MAD 132 C lighting, motion control, and rendering animations for various purposes on a Windows computer. Electronic Paint-Mac • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Transfer: CSU TTh 5:50 P 2:40- 20059 001 FA-311 Cho, Byung The course focus is on the usage of Macintosh bit-mapped (raster) software using a variety of natural-media software for the creation of original drawings; paintings and illustrations, using an assortment of digitally based chalks, pens, paints, inks, MAD 156 C 3 Units papers and textures. Advanced Animation-Mac • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Transfer: CSU 5:50 P MW Wright, Dennis FA-220 24681 001 2:40- The course focuses on advanced skills in 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, motion control, and rendering animations for various purposes on a Macintosh computer. MAD 133 C 3 Units • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 22688 001 5:50 P TTh Cho, Byung FA-220 2:40- Electronic Paint-Win Transfer: CSU The course focus is on the usage of Microsoft Windows bit-mapped (raster) MAD 157 C 3 Units software using a variety of natural-media software for the creation of original Advanced Animation-Win drawings; paintings and illustrations, using an assortment of digitally based Transfer: CSU chalks, pens, paints, inks, papers and textures. The course focus is on advanced skills in 3D in modeling, texturing, lighting, • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION motion control, and rendering animations for various purposes on a Windows 2:40- 24683 001 MW Wright, Dennis FA-220 5:50 P computer. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION FA-311 Cho, Byung TTh 5:50 P 2:40- 22690 001 = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Honors

105 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 103 DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME MAD 179 C 3 Units MAD 183 C 3 Units The Film Business-Conception to Exhibition Preproduction for TV, Video and Film Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU This course will focus on the parallel businesses of film production and Film This course prepares students to make a film by teaching the necessary steps Distribution/Exhibition as the film making progress moves along. leading up to shooting the film in production. Topics covered include script, Blood, Todd M 9:25 P 6:15- 24666 101 FA-311 proposal, treatment, casting, crew, locations, financing, personnel, permits, unions, and talent. 1/28-5/25 23136 OL1 ONLINE Shimanek, Thomas 3 Units MAD 180 C ONLINE CLASS: This online class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, Video Editing-Mac you MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE register - Transfer: CSU ing for the course so that you can receive important information via email from A thorough introduction to the world of digital video editing used in the fields the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ of multimedia, digital cinema, web based streaming video and mobile video distance-education. distribution. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 9:10 P 22916 001 6:00- MW Vazquez, Juan FA-220 MAD 187 C 3 Units MAD 181 C 3 Units Motion Graphics II Video Editing-Win Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Advanced studies in motion graphics design and software. Students concentrate The course focus is on the usage of Windows computers/software and other tools on one area to explore in depth and further develop their skills. and techniques used for digitizing, editing and composition of video and audio • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION sources used in the fields of multimedia, video editing (both online and off-line) talin Angelov, Ka MW FA-220 22351 001 11:20- 2:30 P and the creation of QuickTime movies. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 3 Units MAD 193 C 9:10 P Vazquez, Juan 6:00- 22917 001 FA-220 MW Introduction to 2D Animation Transfer: CSU An introduction to 2D animation production including classical drawing and digital character animation including emerging technology. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION FA-220 22920 001 8:00-11:10 A MW Angelov, Katalin How to access CCCareerConnect: Log into MyGateway. 1 Click “Student” on the left hand side. 2 In the “Student Links” box, click “Cypress College Links.” 3 Select “CC Career Connect” from the drop down menu 4 and it should put you directly into CC Career Connect. Visit CCCareerConnect Today Search Internship & Job Opportunities Local & National QUESTIONS? Call or email Browse Sample Resumes [email protected] (714) 484-7229 Utilize Resume Templates Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

106 104 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES MAD 194 C 3 Units Beginning Motion Picture Prod Transfer: CSU Mortuary Science This course provides an introduction to the theory, terminology, and process of motion picture production for film and television including operation of production You must be accepted into the and post-production equipment. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Mortuary Science Program 22283 001 12:20- FA-121 3:30 P TTh Blood, Todd prior to enrolling in any MORT courses. 1 Unit MAD 199 C Are you interested in applying to the Computer Graphics Studio Transfer: CSU Mortuary Science Program? This course is designed as an open laboratory for students currently enrolled in Fine Arts Division courses that require completion of digital assignments and/or Visit our website for details and attend an information workshop! personal digital portfolio development. http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions- • Open Entry/Open Exit FA-220 Bilotta, John 20060 OE1 1/28-5/25 special-programs/health-science/mortuary-science/ The above class is a 1-unit class Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 5 Units MORT 201 C 3 Units MAD 203 C Funeral Directing Transfer: CSU Intermediate 2D Animation Prereq: Admission to the Mortuary Science Program Transfer: UC/CSU This course is designed to acquaint the mortuary science student with general Prereq: MAD 193 C with a minimum grade of “C” information on the practice of the funeral profession including American funeral An intermediate course to 2D animation production using classical drawing and service practices and procedures in military, fraternal and religious funerals. Field digital character animation including emerging technology. trip may be required not to exceed $50. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION HYBRID 24094 HY1 Collins, Lori 1/28-5/25 Angelov, Katalin MW 8:00-11:10 A 24671 001 FA-220 WF Collins, Lori TE3-222 11:00-12:25 P The above section includes 6 hours per week TBA in a Funeral Home or Clinical Site. MAD 207 C 3 Units HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Projection Mapping for Live Entertainment Dates and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Lori Collins at Transfer: UC/CSU [email protected] or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ Advisory: MAD 101 C, MAD 107 C and MAD 108 C distance-education for more information. An overview of the many uses of projection mapping with an emphasis on Staff 1/28-5/25 24774 HY2 HYBRID 2D and 3D design resulting in digital presentation. Students create projection TE3-222 Collins, Lori WF 11:00-12:25 P mapping projects for public display. Materials fees are for materials provided by The above section includes 6 hours per week TBA in a Funeral Home or Clinical Site. the department. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: 8:40 P Katalin 5:30- Angelov, 24667 101 FA-220 TTh Dates and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Lori Collins at [email protected] or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ distance-education for more information. MORT 202 C 4 Units Funeral Service Administration I Transfer: CSU CHANGES TO PRIORITY REGISTRATION Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 201 C This course is designed to introduce the mortuary science student to the basic Due to recent changes to state law and regulations, registration principles of funeral service management and merchandising as they apply to priority is changing. To guarantee eligibility for Priority Enrollment, the funeral profession, considering both service and merchandise as products of the following all New and Returning Students must meet ALL provided by funeral service practitioners. requirements: 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 24095 HY1 Grande, Jolena Grande, Jolena WF 4:25 P 3:00- TE3-203 — math and English place- assessment process 1. Complete the 5:00- 8:10 P W Grande, Jolena TE3-203 LAB ment tests (or equivalent), HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. orientation session, and 2. Attend an Dates and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Jolena Grande in the orientation one semester education plan 3. Complete a at [email protected] or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ session. distance-education for more information. 1/28-5/25 Grande, Jolena 24096 HY2 HYBRID must also be in good academic Continuing and Returning Students TE3-203 WF 4:25 P 3:00- Grande, Jolena standing: 5:00- 8:10 P F Grande, Jolena TE3-203 LAB This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: status 1. Have not been academically dismissed or on probationary Dates and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Jolena Grande for two consecutive terms, and at [email protected] or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ 2. Have completed 75% or more units with A, B, C, CR, and P distance-education for more information. 3. Have not earned more than 100 degree-applicable units at Cypress and Fullerton Colleges. = Santa Ana = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep

107 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 105 / CypressCollege.edu INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES DAYS DAYS 4 Units MORT 236 C 4 Units MORT 203 C Methods of Disposition Funeral Service Ethics and Laws II Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 201 C and Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 234 C MORT 202 C This course is a continuation of MORT 234 C surveying principles of mortuary jurisprudence relating to the dead body, and California State Law, rules and regu- This introductory course surveys cemetery and crematory processes necessary lations relative to embalmers and funeral directors. with working with a funeral entity as well as examining the legal ramifications TTh 24106 HY1 TE3-317 Grande, Jolena 10:00-12:05 P and notifications necessary when working with the bereaved families. Field trips HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Dates may be required not to exceed $50. and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Jolena Grande [email protected] Collins, Lori 24097 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 CypressCollege.edu or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance- Collins, Lori TE3-222 2:45 P 12:40- WF education for more information. HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Dates and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Lori Collins at [email protected] or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance- MORT 288 C 4 Units education for more information. Funeral Service Capstone Prereq: Completion of all required general education courses and graduation 5 Units MORT 215 C requirements for the Associate in Science Degree Mortuary Science Embalming This course is designed to provide the mortuary science student with an overview Transfer: CSU of mortuary science computer applications. Prereq: MORT 214 C AYABLE AT REGISTRATION • $110.00 Material Fee — P Mortuary Science students will become familiar with the nature of chemicals Staff 24107 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 Staff 7:00- 9:05 A M TE3-218 utilized in the mortuary setting, as they develop a qualitative understanding of the Staff LAB 9:10-12:20 P M TE3-216 chemical aspects of tissue decomposition and preservation. Field trips may be The above course includes 3 hours per week lab TBA. required not to exceed $50. HYBRID 24101 HY2 1/28-5/25 De La Cruz, Damon This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: 8:00- 9:50 A TTh De La Cruz, Damon TE3-317 Dates and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Director Jolena 1:00- De La Cruz, Damon TE3-213 LAB 5:50 P W Grande [email protected] or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Dates HYBRID CLASS: distance-education for more information. and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Damon de la Cruz at [email protected] or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ MORT 497 C 2 to 12 Units distance-education for more information. Funeral Service Practicum I 1/28-5/25 De La Cruz, Damon 24102 HY3 HYBRID Prereq: Acceptance into baccalaureate degree pilot program upon completion TE3-317 8:00- 9:50 A TTh De La Cruz, Damon of all required lower division courses and completion of MORT 297 C and TE3-213 LAB F De La Cruz, Damon 5:50 P 1:00- completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 402 C, MORT 430 C, HYBRID CLASS: This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Dates MORT 450 C and MORT 495 C and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Damon de la Cruz at This course provides practical experience in embalming, funeral directing, [email protected] or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ cemetery operations, and crematory operations in a mortuary/funeral home, distance-education for more information. cemetery or crematory environment. Enrollment limited to those accepted into the baccalaureate degree pilot program. MORT 216 C 5 Units Staff 23607 HY1 1/28-5/25 HYBRID Restorative Art Staff 5:00 P 8:00- LAB Transfer: CSU this full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 214 C and On-campus meetings will include an orientation and a final exam. Course includes MORT 215 C 3-33 hours TBA in a clinical setting per week. Dates and times will be provided by A detailed study is made of the facial features and their relationship to a complete the instructor. Please visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education for more information. restoration. Modeling of the facial features using an appropriate modeling medium is studied in lab. AYABLE AT REGISTRATION • $170.00 Material Fee — P MORT 498 C 2 to 12 Units 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 24103 HY1 Funeral Svs Practicum II TTh 1:00- Collins, Lori TE3-317 2:25 P Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MORT 497 C TE3-211 LAB Staff 4:10 P MW 1:00- This course provides practical experience in embalming, funeral directing, ceme - This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. Dates HYBRID CLASS: tery operations, and crematory operations in a mortuary/funeral home, cemetery and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Lori Collins at [email protected] or crematory environment. CypressCollege.edu or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance- 23608 HY1 Staff 1/28-5/25 HYBRID education for more information. HYBRID CLASS: this full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. 24104 HY2 HYBRID 1/28-5/25 On-campus meetings will include an orientation and a final exam. Course includes 1:00- 2:25 P TTh Collins, Lori TE3-317 3-33 hours TBA in a clinical setting per week. Dates and times will be provided by 6:10 P TTh Staff TE3-211 LAB 3:00- the instructor. Please visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education This full semester hybrid class meets on campus and online. HYBRID CLASS: for more information. Dates and times will be provided by the instructor. Please email Lori at [email protected] CypressCollege.edu or visit www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance- education for more information. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

108 106 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM 1 Unit MUS 106 C Musicianship II Transfer: UC/CSU Multimedia Prereq: MUS 104 C with a minimum grade of “C” Coreq: MUS 105 C 3 Units MM 100 C Advisory: MUS 132 C or proficiency audition Intro to Electronic Media This course applies and develops the rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic materials Transfer: CSU of Music Theory II through ear training, sight singing, analysis, and dictation. This course introduces the history, structure, function, economics, content and Hurdle, Terra FA-211 21859 001 MW 10:20-11:10 A - evolution of radio, television, film, the internet, and new media, including tradi tional and mature formats. MUS 108 C 3 Units Shimanek, Thomas 1/28-5/25 23480 OL1 ONLINE Introduction to Music Technology This online class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you ONLINE CLASS: Transfer: CSU MUST update your current email address in myGateway before registering for the This course covers the following basic aspects of music technology: computer course so that you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For skills, software-based sequencing, synthesis, MIDI, sampling, notation, principles more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. of sound, microphones, introduction to digital audio, signal processing, mixers Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; and mixing, recording principles, cables and interconnects, and audio in live Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. performance. 22603 002 9:00-12:10 P MW Parker, Dana FA-214D 3 Units MM 105 C McMillan, Marcus FA-214D TTh 3:30 P 20070 001 12:20- Introduction to Media Aesthetics Dana Parker, MW 9:10 P 6:00- 20071 101 FA-214D Transfer: CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C MUS 113 C 3 Units Introduces analysis of film and television. Examines the broad questions of form Jazz History Transfer: UC/CSU and content, aesthetics and meaning, and history and culture presented by the This survey course traces the history and development of jazz music from its - cinematic art form by examining a wide variety of productions, and film move inception to the present day. The music, both live and from recordings, is studied ments. Topics include modes of production, narrative and non-narrative forms, - from a cultural, musical, historical, and sociological standpoint. Concert atten visual design, editing, sound, genre, ideology and critical analysis. dance required. Open to all students. 1/28-5/25 Muldrow, Alica ONLINE 24669 OL1 FA-306 23395 002 9:45-11:10 A TTh Hurdle, Terra ONLINE CLASS: This online class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you Gopar, Gar TTh 1:40 P 20072 001 12:15- FA-309 y MUST update your current email address in myGateway before registering for the 9:10 P FA-309 Buck, Peter M 6:00- 22187 101 course so that you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 3 Units MUS 116 C Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Music Appreciation Transfer: UC/CSU A survey of music literature from the Middle Ages to the present. Concert atten - dance is required. Open to all students, but designed for the non-music major. FA-309 20073 001 10:40-12:05 P TTh Amend, Rex FA-309 MW Beyer, La 4:50 P 3:25- 24177 002 vaun Music 20074 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-3/31 Curtin, Brian This 9-week online class meets entirely online. To avoid being ONLINE CLASS: 3 Units MUS 101 C - dropped, you MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE reg istering for the course so that you can receive important information via email from Music Fundamentals the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU distance-education. The historic evolution of music, notation, and its understanding and application Last day to add: 02/07; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; are presented in an international societal context. NOTE: No UC credit if taken Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; after MUS 103AC. vaun FA-309 MW 20068 001 12:15- Beyer, La 1:40 P Amend, Rex 22313 OL2 1/28-5/25 ONLINE FA-309 1:50- 3:15 P 20069 002 TTh Chen, Huei Ju ONLINE CLASS: - This online class meets entirely online. You MUST update your cur 23016 101 6:00- 9:10 P T Rowe, Amy FA-309 rent email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 3 Units MUS 105 C Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Theory II (formerly MUS 103BC) Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MUS 103 C with a minimum grade of “C” 23338 OL3 ONLINE 1/28-3/31 Amend, Rex Coreq: MUS 106 C ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, you MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE reg - Advisory: MUSA 132 C istering for the course so that you can receive important information via email from This course builds on the concepts from Music Theory I including: an introduction the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ to two-part counterpoint; voice leading involving four-part chorale writing; diatonic distance-education. harmony; and an introduction to secondary/applied chords and modulation. Last day to add: 02/07; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; FA-211 Hurdle, Terra MW 8:45-10:10 A 21858 001 Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

109 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 107 / CypressCollege.edu INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES DAYS DAYS 3 Units MUS 124 C 3 Units MUS 117 C American Popular Music Recording Studio I Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: MUS 108 C A historical and musical study of American popular music from its origin to the present. The primary focus will be on musical styles with secondary emphasis Experience a recording studio from audio theory to hands-on practice in the lab. 2:20 P F 22188 002 Molina, Jose FA-214D 9:00- on sociological, political, and economic conditions which influenced the music of 20079 001 FA-214D 1:20- 3:50 P MW McMillan, Marcus America. Concert attendance required. 6:00- 8:30 P TTh Molina, Jose FA-214D 21840 101 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION FA-309 Broberg, Duane MW 9:05-10:30 A 24206 002 Rowe, Amy FA-311 1:20 P 24179 001 12:15- TTh 3 Units MUS 127 C Music in Film ONLINE 1/28-3/31 Buck, Peter 21656 OL1 Transfer: UC/CSU ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. You MUST update The class traces the history and development of film music through reading, your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more infor - lecture and film viewing. The class studies the process of film scoring and how mation, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. music and its relationship to film have changed over the last century. Class Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; Last day to add: 02/07; includes discussion and evaluation of different compositional styles and learning Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; to listen critically to film scores while viewing movies. 23019 001 FA-309 MW Gopar, Gar 10:40-12:05 P y Curtin, Brian 1/28-3/31 ONLINE 22991 OL2 ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. You MUST update your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that 1 Unit MUS 152 C - you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more infor Percussion Class mation, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Transfer: UC/CSU Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; Last day to add: 02/07; This is a course for students who wish to play drums, timpani, mallet instruments, Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. and other percussion instruments. Open to all students, no previous experience 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 23346 OL3 Simmons, Jim necessary. - ONLINE CLASS: This online class meets entirely online. You MUST update your cur • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION rent email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that you can 5:20 P T Buck, Peter FA-306 20080 001 3:30- receive important information via email from the instructor. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 1 Unit MUS 156 C Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Jazz Improvisation - Instrumental Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition to evaluate and assess the student’s qualifications MUS 119 C 3 Units (proficiency) is required for enrollment History of Rock Music This class provides intermediate level instrumental students with the tools and Transfer: UC/CSU techniques for jazz improvisation. From its earliest beginnings to the present day, this course surveys the inception, FA-304 erra Hurdle, T MW 3:15 P 1:50- 23017 001 evolution, and development of rock music in America and abroad. Koudymov FA-309 20076 002 9:05-10:30 A TTh , Dmitri MUS 157 C 1 Unit 22632 003 10:10-11:35 A TTh Segovia, Ronal FA-311 20075 001 1:50- 3:15 P MW Hizon, Vincent FA-309 Jazz Improvisation - Vocal 24207 004 3:25- 4:50 P TTh Mahpar, Steven FA-309 Transfer: UC/CSU This course offers vocal students training in jazz song-styling techniques, ONLINE Simmons, Jim 1/28-3/31 20078 OL1 focusing on swing, ballad, Latin, blues, and contemporary styles. Topics include ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. You MUST update rhythmic and melodic improvisation, microphone technique, and scat singing. your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that 23018 001 1:50- 3:15 P MW Hurdle, T FA-304 erra - you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more infor mation, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; Last day to add: 02/07; MUS 175 C 1 Unit Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; Swing Band Simmons, Jim ONLINE 1/28-3/31 Transfer: UC/CSU 22988 OL2 This 9-week online class meets entirely online. You MUST update ONLINE CLASS: Prereq: Audition your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that This class will involve rehearsal and concert performance of swing music in the - you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more infor style of the “Big Band Era” from the 1930s to 1950s. May be taken for credit mation, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 4 times. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; Last day to add: 02/07; FA-306 4:20 P Gopar, Gar y 2:15- 24192 001 MW Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. 20077 OL3 Curtin, Brian 1/28-3/31 ONLINE 3 Units MUS 176 C ONLINE CLASS: This 9-week online class meets entirely online. You MUST update Popular Songwriting your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course so that Transfer: CSU - you can receive important information via email from the instructor. For more infor Advisory: MUS 101 C or MUS 103 C mation, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. A beginning to intermediate course in “pop” writing. Students will develop melody, Last day to drop without “W”: 02/07; Last day to add: 02/07; harmony, form and lyrics hands-on. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/16; Last day to drop for refund: 02/02. FA-210 23439 001 10:10-11:35 A MW McMillan, Marcus Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

110 108 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES ROOM DAYS DAYS MUS 235 C MUS 203 C 3 Units 1 Unit Theory III Commercial Guitar and Bass Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MUS 105 C with a minimum grade of “C” Prereq: Audition Coreq: MUS 204 C This course emphasizes blues, jazz, and rock techniques for intermediate-to- Advisory: MUSA 231 C advanced guitarists and bassists. This course builds on the concepts from Music Theory II including: introduction MW 11:45-12:35 P 23340 001 McMillan, Marcus FA-306 to chromatic harmony; secondary/applied chords; modulation; borrowed chords; introduction to Neapolitan and augmented-sixth chords. 1 Unit MUS 276 C TTh 24198 001 8:45-10:10 A Gopar, Gary FA-211 Jazz Band Transfer: UC/CSU MUS 204 C 1 Unit Prereq: Audition Musicianship III This course studies the rehearsal and performance of jazz band literature. Sight Transfer: UC/CSU reading is emphasized as a musical concept. The band performs in concert each Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MUS 106 C semester, and student compositions and arrangements are encouraged. May be Coreq: MUS 203 C taken for credit 4 times. This course applies and develops the rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic materials 24194 001 2:15- FA-306 y Gopar, Gar MW 4:20 P of Music Theory III through ear training, sight singing, analysis, and dictation. 24199 001 10:20-11:10 A TTh Gopar, Gary FA-211 MUS 280 C 1 Unit Jazz/Musical Theater Choir 3 Units MUS 205 C Transfer: UC/CSU Theory IV Prereq: Audition Transfer: UC/CSU This course is a vocal ensemble for beginning to advanced singers that focuses Prereq: MUS 203 C with a minimum grade of “C” on repertoire from jazz, musical theater and popular styles. May be taken for Coreq: MUS 206 C credit 4 times. Advisory: MUS 232 C FA-304 Hurdle, Terra 20082 001 11:20-12:45 P MW This course builds on the concepts from Music Theory III including post-Romantic techniques: borrowed chords and modal mixture, chromatic mediants, Neapolitan MUS 281 C 1 Unit and augmented-sixth chords, 9th, 11th, and 13th chords, altered chords and Concert Choir dominants; and 20th century techniques: Impressionism, tone rows, set theory, Transfer: UC/CSU pandiatonicism and polytonalism, meter and rhythm. FA-211 Gopar, Gary TTh 8:45-10:10 A 24189 001 Prereq: Audition The Concert Choir performs an extensive repertoire ranging from classical music to Jazz and Musical Theater. Open to all singers from the college and neighboring 1 Unit MUS 206 C communities. Auditions by appointment. May be taken for credit 4 times. Musicianship IV Transfer: UC/CSU TTh FA-304 1:55 P Hurdle, Terra 20083 001 12:30- Prereq: MUS 204 C with a minimum grade of “C” Coreq: MUS 205 C 1 Unit MUS 282 C Advisory: MUS 232 C Cypress Masterworks Chorale This course applies and develops the rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic materials Transfer: UC/CSU of Music Theory IV through ear training, sight singing, analysis, and dictation. Prereq: Audition FA-211 24190 001 10:20-11:10 A Gopar, Gary TTh The Masterworks Chorale (80-110 singers) presents four major concerts each year, performs frequently with full orchestra, participates in regional music festi - MUS 222 C 3 Units vals and tours internationally. May be taken for credit 4 times. Audio Production for Film I TTh 20084 001 12:30- FA-304 1:55 P Hurdle, Terra Transfer: CSU Prereq: Mastery 1 Unit MUS 287 C This course explores audio recording, editing and mixing using digital audio Vocal Jazz Ensemble workstations. Topics include an introduction to the process of film production, Transfer: UC/CSU field recording, sound effects and sound design, and synchronizing audio to video. Prereq: Audition 9:00-12:10 P Decker, Dana 23050 001 TTh FA-214D This course focuses on the rehearsal and performance of traditional and contem - porary vocal jazz repertoire accompanied by a small instrumental ensemble. May MUS 223 C 3 Units be taken for credit 4 times. Audio Production for Film II 23339 001 Hurdle, Terra FA-304 11:20-12:40 P MW Transfer: CSU Prereq: Mastery, MUS 108 C and MUS 222 C 1 to 2 Units MUS 299 C This course explores audio recording, editing and mixing using digital audio work - Music - Independent Study stations. Topics include ADR, Foley, music editing, and final delivery. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU 9:00-12:10 P 23051 001 FA-214D Decker, Dana TTh Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract This class is designed for students who wish to increase their knowledge and 1 Unit MUS 225 C experience in performance or applied areas. May be taken for credit 4 times. Applied Music 20085 400 1/28-5/25 McMillan, Marcus Transfer: UC/CSU To enroll in the above class, contact the instructor at [email protected] Prereq: Audition and concurrent enrollment in a performing ensemble edu. For the student seeking private instruction on piano, voice, guitar, or any standard band or orchestra instrument. A performance at Faculty Juries is required each semester. Vocal and instrumental students should concurrently enroll in a choir or band class, pianists and guitarists should consult with faculty for an appropriate concurrent course. May be taken for credit 4 times. FA-304 20081 001 2:50 P 2:00- T Buck, Peter AUDITIONS: Auditions will be held on Friday, February 1st at 10 am-1 pm in room FA-304. For more information contact the Music Department at (714) 484-7140. = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Hybrid = Honors

111 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 109 DATES ROOM DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME MUSA 132 C 1 Unit Keyboard Skills II Transfer: UC/CSU Music — Applied Prereq: MUSA 131 C with a minimum grade of “C” or successful audition This course is a continuation of MUSA 131 C focusing on basic keyboard 1 Unit MUSA 111 C harmonization using primary chord inversions, technique, transposition, accom - Beginning Voice paniment patterns, rhythm accuracy and late elementary/early intermediate piano Transfer: UC/CSU repertoires. This course teaches basic vocal technique through voice exercises, and includes • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION folk, show and art songs in a class situation. This class is open to all students 22196 001 FA-210 Chen, Huei Ju TTh 10:40-11:30 A and is intended as an entry-level class for inexperienced students who wish to explore a Voice Major. 1 Unit MUSA 231 C 22191 002 10:40-11:30 A MW Lee, Jennifer FA-306 Keyboard Skills III (formerly MUS 236 C) 11:20-12:10 P 22190 001 FA-304 Hurdle, Terra TTh Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MUSA 132 C with a grade of “C” or better or audition 1 Unit MUSA 112 C This course is designed for music majors. It provides individualized instructions, Intermediate Voice I focusing on the intermediate keyboard harmony, introduction to basic score Transfer: UC/CSU reading, rhythm exercises, and repertoires ranging from classical, blues, national Prereq: MUSA 111 C or audition to folk tunes. This entry level voice class is for voice majors with some experience, and TTh 10:40-11:30 A 24196 001 FA-210 Chen, Huei Ju advanced non-majors. It emphasizes individual progress in voice training and vocal literature. Repertoire is primarily 18th and 19th century Italian songs and MUSA 232 C 1 Unit arias. Keyboard Skills IV 22192 002 TTh Hurdle, Terra FA-304 11:20-12:10 P Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MUSA 231 C with a minimum grade of “C” or by audition MUSA 120 C 1 Unit This course is designed for music majors. It offers individualized instructions on Beginning Guitar the late intermediate keyboard harmony, choral score reading, rhythm exercises, Transfer: UC/CSU repertoires, and building self-critiquing skills. This course, which is designed for students with little or no guitar experience, • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION introduces the basics of playing guitar. Topics include note reading, chords and FA-210 TTh 10:40-11:30 A 24197 001 Chen, Huei Ju scales. FA-304 22193 002 McMillan, Marcus 10:10-11:00 A TTh 22990 004 2:00- FA-306 Th Koudymov , Dmitri 3:50 P 1 Unit MUSA 121 C Intermediate Guitar Nursing Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: MUSA 120 C or audition You must be accepted into the This course continues the work of MUSA 120 C. It covers intermediate level solo guitar pieces and more difficult note reading, chords and scales. Nursing Program 11:45-12:35 P MW McMillan, Marcus FA-306 22594 001 prior to enrolling in any NURS courses. 1 Unit MUSA 130 C Introduction to Piano for Non-Majors Are you interested in applying to the Transfer: UC/CSU Nursing Program? This course is designed for those with little or no piano experience. The course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of piano playing: sight-reading Visit our website for details and attend an information workshop! simple arrangement of popular tunes, technique, and rhythm. This course is open to all students. http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions- • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION special-programs/health-science/registered-nursing/ FA-210 22605 002 9:30-10:20 A TTh Rowe, Amy MW Segovia, Ronal FA-210 22194 001 11:45-12:35 P 23064 003 12:15- 1:05 P TTh Segovia, Ronal FA-210 .5 to 2 Units NURS 099 C 1 Unit MUSA 131 C Nursing Independent Study Keyboard Skills I Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Transfer: UC/CSU This course is designed for capable students enrolled in the Registered Nursing Prereq: Audition program or options of the program who wish to increase their knowledge and Advisory: Student should be able to demonstrate appropriate piano experience in applied areas of patient centered care. May be taken for credit proficiency for this course. 4 times. This course is designed for music majors with rudimentary understanding of • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION - piano playing. Emphasis will be on basic keyboard harmonization, hand indepen Smith, Susan 21482 400 1/28-5/25 21483 401 3/25-5/25 Smith, Susan dence, sight-reading, rhythm accuracy and elementary piano repertoires. Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; Chen, Huei Ju TTh 10:40-11:30 A 22195 001 FA-210 Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

112 110 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES ROOM DAYS .5 Units NURS 104 C NURS 197 C 3.5 Units Maternal/Newborn Nursing Intro to ECG Interpretation Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 196 C Prereq: NURS 191 C, NURS 193 C; Licensed Vocational Nurse; Registered This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process to develop safe Nurse or permission of instructor - This elective course provides specialized nursing knowledge in providing patient-centered care strategies within a collaborative environment for the peri patient centered care to patients experiencing oxygenation disorders; cardiac natal, newborn, and women’s health patient. 8:00-11:35 A TE3-315 Walker, Jane 3/25-5/24 M 24048 300 dysrhythmias. The above course has 12 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Last day to drop without “W”: 04/02; Last day to add: 04/02; (1/23) W 4:50 P 8:00- 24073 WI1 TE3-310 Medina-Bernstein, Denise Last day to drop with “W”: 05/10; Last day to drop for refund: 03/28. Last day to add: 01/23; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/23; Last day to drop for refund: 01/23. Last day to drop with “W”: n/a; NURS 291 C 1 Unit 1 Unit NURS 191 C Pharmacology in Nursing III Transfer: CSU Pharmacology in Nursing I Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program, LVN or PT or completion of Transfer: CSU NURS 195 C, NURS 197 C Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program, LVN or PT This course correlates with the content in NURS 292 C, NURS 293 C, and This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process in order to safely NURS 294 C. This course further prepares the student to apply nursing judgment administer enteral and topical medications for patients in medical-surgical to safely administer medications in multiple patient centered care settings. settings. 21488 001 1:30- M Pham, Thu TE3-315 2:20 P 21484 001 1:30- 2:20 P M Kim, Shinah TE3-316 NURS 292 C 5 Units 4.5 Units NURS 192 C Medical-Surgical Nursing II Fundamentals of Nursing Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 195 C and NURS 197 C and completion of or concurrent Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program enrollment in NURS 196 C and acceptance in the Nursing Program Introduction to the nursing process, nursing care and the profession of nursing. This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process to develop safe This course provides the student with fundamental patient centered care roles patient centered strategies within a collaborative environment for patients with and critical thinking skills. 1/28-3/22 Walker, Jane TE3-310 23940 200 8:00-10:50 A MT complex medical surgical needs. 1/28-3/22 Williams, Marredda TE3-310 T 12:00- 2:25 P 24050 200 8:00-10:25 A MT 1/28-3/22 TE3-222 Putman, Elizabeth Hoang, Christine T 1:30- 1/28-3/22 LAB TE3-222 3:35 P The above course has 13.5 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; The above course has 18 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; NURS 193 C 3.5 Units NURS 293 C 3.5 Units Intro to Medical-Surgical/Gero Nursing Transfer: CSU Mental Health Nursing Transfer: CSU Prereq: NURS 192 C Prereq: NURS 292 C This course provides basic specialized knowledge using the nursing process to This course presents historical, cultural, and contemporary research concepts as plan and deliver safe patient centered care to the older adult in the medical- related to the mental health-illness continuum. surgical setting. 3/25-4/26 22655 300 8:00-11:35 A MT TE3-302 Williams, Marredda 23941 300 8:00- 9:30 A MT 3/25-5/20 TE3-310 McNay, Sally The above course has 12 hrs per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. McNay, Sally TE3-310 T 9:40-12:10 P LAB 3/25-5/24 Last day to add: 03/27; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/27; The above course has 13.5 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Last day to drop for refund: 03/26. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/12; Last day to add: 04/02; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/02; 4/29-5/24 22656 301 MT 8:00-11:35 A Staff TE3-302 Last day to drop for refund: 03/28. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/10; The above course has 12 hrs per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Last day to add: 05/01; Last day to drop without “W”: 05/01; NURS 195 C 1 Unit Last day to drop for refund: 04/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/17; Pharmacology in Nursing II Transfer: CSU 3 Units NURS 294 C Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program, LVN, PT or completion of Geriatric Nursing NURS 191 C and NURS 193 C Transfer: CSU This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process in order to safely Prereq: NURS 292 C administer medications for patients in multiple settings. This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process and the NLN ACES TE3-203 1:30- 21486 001 2:20 P M Ortega, Ryan framework to the care of older adults in the community. 22657 300 Kim, Shinah 7:45-12:00 P MTh 3/25-4/26 TE3-203 5 Units NURS 196 C The above course has 20 hrs per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Medical-Surgical Nursing I Last day to add: 03/27; Last day to drop without “W”: 03/27; Transfer: CSU Last day to drop with “W”: 04/12; Last day to drop for refund: 03/26. Prereq: NURS 191 C, NURS 193 C 4/29-5/24 MTh 7:45-12:00 P Staff TE3-203 22658 301 Coreq: NURS 195 C The above course has 20 hrs per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Last day to add: 05/01; Last day to drop without “W”: 05/01; This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process to develop safe Last day to drop for refund: 04/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/17; patient-centered care strategies within a collaborative environment for the medical-surgical patient. 23942 200 8:00-10:25 A M 1/28-3/22 Smith, Susan TE3-317 Th TE3-310 Ortega, Ryan 1/28-3/22 8:00-10:25 A 3:20 P Th 1/28-3/22 Pham, Thu TE3-310 LAB 12:30- The above course has 18 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Hybrid = Honors

113 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 111 / CypressCollege.edu DAYS INSTRUCTOR DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME .5 Units NURS 295 C PHIL 100 C (continued) Pharmacology in Nursing IV Kobayashi, Brian 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 20876 OL2 Transfer: CSU ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for Prereq: Acceptance in the Nursing Program, LVN, PT or completion of this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway NURS 291 C, NURS 292 C, NURS 293 C, NURS 294 C - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process in order to safely academics/distance-education. administer medications for patients in multiple clinical settings. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; 2:45 P 1:30- 21780 200 TE3-317 Faraci, Michael 1/28-3/11 M Last day to add: 01/28; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/28; 21756 OL3 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Heusser, Willis Last day to drop for refund: 01/28. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/04; This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. ONLINE CLASS: BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may 3.5 Units NURS 296 C receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to Child/Family Nursing www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Transfer: CSU Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; Prereq: NURS 291 C, NURS 292 C, NURS 293 C, NURS 294 C Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; This course prepares the student to apply the nursing process to develop safe ONLINE 23213 OL4 Young, Martin 1/28-5/25 family centered care strategies within a collaborative environment. ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for M 8:00-11:35 A TE3-203 24058 200 McNay, Sally 1/28-3/22 this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway The above course has 18 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting and one as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor - TBA lecture meeting. mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; academics/distance-education. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 5 Units NURS 297 C Medical-Surgical Nursing III 3 Units PHIL 101 C Transfer: CSU Introduction to Religious Studies Prereq: NURS 292 C, NURS 295 C and NURS 296 C Transfer: UC/CSU This course provides advanced theory necessary to administer comprehensive Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C nursing care to adults with acute unstable medical-surgical disorders. This course explores and analyzes various viewpoints, problems and issues • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION regarding religion. Included among these issues are concepts of human destiny, MT 8:00-10:25 A TE3-222 3/25-5/20 Faraci, Michael 24068 300 religious ethics, and other selected topics. Smith, Susan TE3-222 T 3/25-5/24 LAB 11:00- 1:15 P HUM-303 Staff TTh 3:15 P 1:50- 20877 001 The above course has 18 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Last day to add: 04/02; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/02; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/10; Last day to drop for refund: 03/28. PHIL 120 C 3 Units Religions of the West Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is an introduction to the history, beliefs, rituals, literature, and art of Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, as well as the religions of ancient Philosophy and Religious Studies Mesopotamia, Canaan and Egypt. A field trip may be required by the instructor. HUM-227 MW 1:40 P 24503 001 12:15- Kalamian, Jenifer PHIL 100 C 3 Units Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 135 C 3 Units Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Social & Political Philosophy Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Transfer: UC/CSU This introductory course systematically explores, analyzes, and evaluates the This course is an introduction to social and political thought, especially the concepts of knowledge, reality and value including topics such as the nature of central concepts (e.g. democracy, justice, rights, liberty, political authority, political God, mind, free will, personal identity and the meaning of life. Duplicate credit not morality, etc.) and issues that arise in classic and contemporary readings. granted for PHIL 100HC. Young, Martin 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 22819 OL1 HUM-227 TTh 8:55 A Slavens, Jesse 20872 007 7:30- ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for 20869 003 9:05-10:30 A MW Watkins, James HUM-301 this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway HUM-301 TTh 9:05-10:30 A 22816 004 Vu, Nhat Long as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - James Watkins, 21811 009 HUM-301 10:40-12:05 P MW tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ HUM-321 Ahrens, Jeremy TTh 20871 006 10:40-12:05 P academics/distance-education. TTh Staff HUM-301 20874 008 12:15- 1:40 P Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more information. 22333 011 1:50- 3:15 P MW Kalamian, Jenifer HUM-301 20873 100 6:30- 9:40 P Th Young, Martin HUM-307 Do you know your ONLINE 20875 OL1 Heusser, Willis 1/28-3/24 Student ID and PIN Number? ONLINE CLASS: This first 8-week short term class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered t ID You will be required to use your 8-digit Studen into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to myGateway . number to access www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Memorize it! Be ready! Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

114 112 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS CRN SEC TIME ROOM DATES DAYS 3 Units PHIL 160 C PHIL 202 C 3 Units Introduction to Ethics History of Modern Philosophy Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course explores basic questions in ethics: What is good? How should I live? - This study of Western philosophical developments since the Renaissance empha sizes traditional topics in metaphysics, theory of knowledge, and ethics, and may Are morals relative or meaningful? The course includes such topics as abortion, include modern and contemporary views on mind and body, personal identity, sexual ethics, biotechnology, and environmental issues. 20882 001 12:15- 1:40 P TTh Thibodeau, Jason HUM-321 language, justice, religion, and freedom. HUM-301 Fike, Lawrence W 9:40 P 6:30- 20883 100 Watkins, MW 1:40 P 23216 001 12:15- HUM-301 James ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Kobayashi, Brian 20884 OL1 1 Unit PHIL 299 C ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway Philosophy Independent Study - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract academics/distance-education. Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge in a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 3 Units PHIL 170 C 3 times. 1/28-5/25 20892 400 HUM-238 Heusser, Willis Logic and Critical Thinking Students must contact a full time instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An Transfer: UC/CSU agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. This course focuses on elements of clear, straight, orderly and valid thought, including deductive and inductive reasoning and the accurate use of language. This course explores practical applications of logic. Duplicate credit not granted for PHIL 170HC. TTh 20886 002 HUM-227 Slavens, Jesse 9:05-10:30 A 20885 001 9:45-11:10 A TTh Kalamian, Jenifer HUM-123 Photography 10:40-12:05 P HUM-321 20887 003 Thibodeau, Jason MW 20888 004 12:15- HUM-321 Thibodeau, Jason MW 1:40 P PHOT 050 C 3 Units Th Kobayashi, Brian HUM-321 20890 100 6:30- 9:40 P Photography Special Projects Thibodeau, Jason 1/28-5/25 ONLINE 20891 OL1 Advisory: PHOT 103 C This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: Designed to allow a student to specialize in one particular area of photography this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway under the close supervision of the instructor. as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ 24779 001 Sanchez, Alejandro 2:40- 5:50 P TTh TE1-242 academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 3 Units PHOT 101 C 1/28-5/25 Thibodeau, Jason 23214 OL2 ONLINE Introduction to Photography This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: Transfer: UC/CSU this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway An introductory course emphasizing visual concepts, basic image capture with as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa - - film and digital cameras, industry standard imaging software basics and dark tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ room techniques. Credit by Examination. academics/distance-education. • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; 20061 001 TE1-220 8:00-11:10 A MW Dawes, Jason Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 8:00-11:10 A TTh Shafer, Julie TE1-220 20062 002 9:00-12:10 P MW Shafer, Julie TE1-242 20066 003 PHIL 172 C 3 Units TE1-220 20064 004 11:20- 2:30 P MW Chartier, Renee Critical Thinking and Writing Sanchez, Alejandro 2:30 P 20063 005 11:20- TE1-220 TTh Transfer: UC/CSU 5:50 P MW 20525 006 2:40- TE1-220 Morris, Joseph TTh 2:40- 20065 007 TE1-220 Staff 5:50 P Prereq: ENGL 100 C with a minimum grade of “C” MW 6:00- Ortiz, Aydinaneth TE1-220 23572 101 9:10 P This course is an introduction to the techniques of argument analysis, evaluation, and construction as applied to essay writing. HUM-225 23215 001 12:15- 1:40 P TTh Ahrens, Jeremy 3 Units PHOT 103 C The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for Intermediate Photography future teachers. See the Index in the back of the Class Schedule for more information. Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 101 C This course will concentrate on the refinement of technical skills, camera usage, PHIL 175 C 3 Units image editing software, studio lighting and digital image retouching. The student Symbolic Logic will also work towards developing a personal photographic direction. Transfer: UC/CSU • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C FA-126 3:30 P TTh Shafer, Julie 23569 001 12:20- This is a course in propositional and predicate logic. It covers the techniques for the symbolic translation and evaluation of arguments about philosophical, political, moral, scientific, and religious issues. 10:40-12:05 P TTh 22611 001 Vu, Nhat Long HUM-301 Students are limited to registering in a maximum of 19 units. Exceptions for additional units must be petitioned through Counseling. = Honors = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Hybrid

115 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / 113 CypressCollege.edu DAYS DATES CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM ROOM CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR 3 Units PHOT 104 C Wedding and Event Photography Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 103 C This course is designed to introduce students to the skills and mindset needed to photograph weddings and events in the second shooter role. • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 24336 001 TTh Cho, Joshua TE1-242 9:00-12:10 P 3 Units PHOT 109 C Portrait Photography Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 103 C The student will practice techniques for photographing people in studio and on location situations using natural and artificial lighting and the limitations of both. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 24600 001 3:40- 6:10 P MW Black, Sean TE1-242 PHOT 202 C 3 Units Contemporary Photography Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: PHOT 101 C or ART 100 C This course explores the history of contemporary photography from the 1970s to present day while producing content driven photographic assignments. Physical Education • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 24634 001 TTh Sanchez, Alejandro TE1-242 2:40- 5:50 P Physical Education classes can be found in the Kinesiology 3 Units PHOT 203 C area. Studio Lighting Techniques Transfer: CSU Advisory: PHOT 103 C This course acquaints the student with lighting and studio techniques as commonly used in professional photographic applications. The emphasis will be on light and the use of lighting equipment in a photography studio. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Physical Sciences 24633 001 TE1-242 3:40- MW Black, Sean 6:50 P 4 Units PHSC 104 C 3 Units PHOT 219 C Physical Science for Teachers Editorial Photography Transfer: CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: MATH 020 C or MATH 041 C with minimum grades of “C” Advisory: PHOT 103 C This activity-based course introduces students to basic principles of physics and Designed to acquaint the student with a current view of the field of photo- chemistry with emphasis on their practical importance and application in the journalism. The majority of work will be done in 35mm. Heavy emphasis is placed real world. This course is intended for students who want to become elementary on communication through photography. school teachers. Duplicate credit not granted for CHEM 104 C. • $20.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION SEM-310 22768 001 1:15- 4:25 P MW Gotoh, Alison 24631 001 Goulding, Michael FA-121 5:25 P MW 2:15- The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the index in the back of the Class Schedule for more information. 3 Units PHOT 235 C Drone Photography and Video Transfer: CSU Prereq: PHOT 101 C and PHOT 103 C with minimum grades of “C” This course is designed to give the student the ability to photograph both stills Thinking about becoming a and videos from Drones. • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION K–12 teacher/educator? 9:00- TE1-242 King, Steven F 24597 001 3:30 P Enroll in PHSC 104 C/CHEM 104 C 2 Units PHOT 236 C UAV Flight Lab-Photography Physical Science for Teachers Transfer: CSU CRN 22768 or 22767 (4 units) Prereq: PHOT 235 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to fly high end This activity-based course provides an introduction to the drones and create photographic images from an aerial perspective. basic concepts of physical science with emphasis on their • $35.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION King, Steven 3:30 P 24596 001 TE1-242 F 9:00- practical importance and application in the real world! For more information contact the instructor: Dr. Gotoh ([email protected]) Spring 2019 Class Time: Mon & Wed 1:15–4:25 pm (in SEM-310) Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

116 114 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM PHYS 202 C 4 Units .5 to 2 Units PHSC 299 C College Physics II Physical Sciences Independent Study Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Prereq: PHYS 201 C with a grade of “C” or better This is the second half of an algebra-based two-semester sequence (PHYS 201 C This course is for able students who have demonstrated interest and capability and PHYS 202 C) for students majoring in life sciences, medical/dental fields, for increased knowledge of physical science through individual study, small architecture, psychology, and similar professional fields. This course satisfies a group discussion conferences, or special laboratory project work. May be taken for credit 4 times. requirement for biology majors in the CSU system, but not the UC system. 10:40-12:05 P 23911 600 5:00- 6:50 P Th (1/31) 21423 001 Castle, Victoria SEM-123 MW Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-113 FSSu 8:00- 5:00 P LAB 1:20- 4:30 P W Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-105 Castle, Victoria 2/22-2/24 8:00- Castle, Victoria 4/12-4/14 5:00 P FSSu This class does not have an official wait list. If you wish to be on the wait list, please email Brinda Subramaniam at [email protected] A MANDATORY 3-hour organizational meeting will be held on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at 5:00 pm in room SEM-123. Field trips will be on the following dates: This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Friday-Sunday, February 22-24 to ZZYZX Mojave Desert Research Center and Friday- the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. Sunday, April 12-14 to Death Valley. Please contact Victoria Castle for more informa- tion at [email protected] or call (714) 484-7000 extension 48620. PHYS 210 C 4 Units Students must contact Victoria Castle at [email protected] or (714) 484- Physics for Life Sciences I 7000 ext 48620 to supervise their semester’s work. An agreement will be developed Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the Division Dean. Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 150AC and Last day to add: 01/31; Last day to drop without “W”: 01/31; PHYS 130 C or High School Physics with minimum grades of “C” Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/12; This course is the first half of a calculus-based two-semester sequence (PHYS 210 C and PHYS 211 C) for students majoring in the life sciences. This course satisfies a requirement for biology majors in the UC system; the CSU system will accept either this sequence or PHYS 201 C and PHYS 202 C sequence. Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-113 21422 001 9:05-10:30 A MW LAB 1:20- 4:30 P M Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-112 Physics This class does not have an official wait list. If you wish to be on the wait list, please email Brinda Subramaniam at [email protected] 4 Units PHYS 130 C This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Elementary Physics the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 020 C or MATH 041 C with grades of “C” or better This is an entry level physics course for all science majors. The course provides an introduction to the basic concepts and laws of physics with emphasis upon Supplemental their practical importance in everyday life. No UC credit if taken after PHYS 201 C or PHYS 221 C. 9:00-10:25 A 22574 004 SEM-106 an Muoio, Ry MW Instruction (SI) 1:00- 4:10 P M Muoio, Ryan SEM-106 LAB Hall, Anthony SEM-106 TTh 9:00-10:25 A 22149 003 1:00- y SEM-106 Hall, Anthon Th 4:10 P LAB Armale, Ron SEM-106 21417 001 10:40-12:05 P MW FREE STUDY GROUPS LAB 1:00- 4:10 P W Armale, Ron SEM-106 specific co enrolled for Cypress College students urses in TTh SEM-106 21418 002 Hall, Anthony 10:40-12:05 P 1:00- LAB T Hall, Anthon y SEM-106 4:10 P What is Supplemental Inst ruction (SI)? 6:00- 9:10 P M Hutzel, William SEM-106 21419 100 6:00- LAB SEM-106 W 9:10 P Hutzel, William Mercado, Efren SEM-113 21420 101 6:00- 9:10 P T eer-led Weekly, p study group sessions LAB 6:00- 9:10 P Th Mercado, Efren SEM-106 ⇒ Accounting 22876 LAB SEM-106 Jasso, Steven T 9:10 P 6:00- for students taking historically difficult 102 Th Jasso, Steven SEM-113 6:00- 9:10 P courses Biology PHYS 201 C 4 Units Facilitated by trained SI Leaders who ⇒ College Physics I ready the c have al mastered ourse Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Chemistry material Prereq: MATH 142 C and PHYS 130 C, with grades of “C” or better or a minimum grade of “C” in High School Physics earn what to l rstand Unde to how and This is the first half of an algebra-based two-semester sequence (PHYS 201 C ⇒ Geography learn and PHYS 202 C) for students majoring in life sciences, medical/dental fields, architecture, psychology, and similar professional fields. This course satisfies a requirement for biology majors in the CSU system but not the UC system. Interactive a ng! Engagi nd ⇒ Math MW 9:05-10:30 A 21421 001 SEM-113 Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-112 Subramaniam, Brinda M 4:30 P 1:20- LAB Review course material. Develop study This class does not have an official wait list. If you wish to be on the wait list, please . Learn how strategies. Prepare for exams Physics email Brinda Subramaniam at [email protected] CCESSFUL STUD ENT! to become a SU This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. ource Center Stop by th ning Res Questions? e Lear (LRC) front counter or call (714) 484-7323 = Hybrid = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Honors = Online

117 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / 115 CypressCollege.edu DAYS CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM PHYS 211 C 4 Units Physics for Life Sciences II Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Pilot Prereq: PHYS 210 C with a grade of “C” or better and completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 150BC Pilot classes can be found in the Aviation and Travel Careers This course is the second half of a calculus-based two-semester sequence (PHYS 210 C and PHYS 211 C) for students majoring in the life sciences. This area. course satisfies a requirement for biology majors in the UC system; the CSU system will accept either this sequence or PHYS 201 C and PHYS 202 C sequence. 10:40-12:05 P 21424 001 Subramaniam, Brinda MW SEM-113 SEM-105 4:30 P 1:20- W LAB Subramaniam, Brinda This class does not have an official wait list. If you wish to be on the wait list, please email Brinda Subramaniam at [email protected] This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Political Science the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 3 Units POSC 100 C 4 Units PHYS 221 C United States Government General Physics I Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Prereq: PHYS 130 C with a minimum grade of “C” (or high school physics This course covers the political theories and practices of United States with a minimum grade of “B”); and MATH 150AC with a minimum grade of Government at national, state and local levels. Duplicate credit not granted for “C”, and completion of or concurrent enrollment in MATH 150BC POSC 100HC. This calculus based physics course is for students majoring in physics, chemistry, 20335 001 9:25 A 8:00- MW Staff HUM-123 Badal, Gloria HUM-318 9:05-10:30 A MW 20342 008 geology, engineering (all areas), computer science, mathematics, and related HUM-318 Mathews, Peter TTh 9:05-10:30 A 20336 002 fields. Topics covered include mechanics, oscillations, properties of matter, and eter Mathews, P MW 10:40-12:05 P 20338 004 HUM-136 fluids. Requires knowledge of differential and integral calculus. HUM-136 10:40-12:05 P TTh Mathews, P eter 20339 005 Armale, Ron 21425 001 10:40-12:05 P TTh SEM-112 Eperjesi, Kevin TTh 1:40 P 20340 006 12:15- HUM-305 Armale, Ron LAB SEM-112 T 5:10 P 2:00- TTh HUM-323 20341 007 12:15- Roessler, Mark 1:40 P This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to 20343 009 eter Mathews, P MW HUM-318 1:50- 3:15 P the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 3:15 P 1:50- 20344 010 HUM-302 Eperjesi, Kevin TTh TTh SEM-112 Staff 1:45 P 22877 002 12:20- The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended Staff SEM-112 2:00- 5:10 P Th for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more 6:30- SEM-112 Khachatourian, Armik T 9:40 P 21426 101 information. LAB 6:30- 9:40 P Th Khachatourian, Armik SEM-112 Eperjesi, Kevin Th 9:40 P 6:30- HUM-136 22409 102 20337 HY1 HYBRID 3/25-5/25 Matthews, Craig PHYS 222 C 4 Units 9:40 P T 3/25-5/25 Matthews, Craig HUM-136 6:30- General Physics II HYBRID CLASS: This second 8-week short term class meets on campus Tuesday Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU nights starting March 26, 2019 at 6:30 pm-9:40 pm in HUM-136. The remainder of Prereq: MATH 150BC and PHYS 221 C with grades of “C” or better; the class will be online. BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the MATH 250AC recommended email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email This calculus based physics course is for students majoring in physics, chemistry, address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For geology, engineering, computer science, mathematics, and related fields. Topics more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. covered include electricity, DC and AC circuits, magnetism, electromagnetism, Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; and electromagnetic waves. Requires knowledge of differential and integral Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; calculus. 1/28-5/25 ONLINE Badal, Gloria 20346 OL1 SEM-113 Subramaniam, Brinda TTh 21427 001 12:35- 2:00 P ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for T Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-105 LAB 4:00- 7:10 P this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to - as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ 2:15- 21922 002 SEM-113 Subramaniam, Brinda TTh 3:40 P academics/distance-education. LAB 4:00- 7:10 P Subramaniam, Brinda SEM-105 Th Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; This section has an optional Supplemental Instruction (SI) component. Please refer to Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; the SI ad in this Class Schedule for more information. 20347 OL2 3/25-5/25 Badal, Gloria ONLINE This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. ONLINE CLASS: 4 Units PHYS 223 C BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have General Physics III entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to Prereq: PHYS 221 C and MATH 150BC, with grades of “C” or better www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Advisory: MATH 250AC Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; This calculus based physics course is for students majoring in physics, chemistry, Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. geology, engineering, mathematics, and related fields. It may be taken before or after PHYS 222 C. Topics include waves, thermodynamics, optics, relativity, quantum mechanics, and atomic physics. Requires knowledge of differential and Most lab exams for DSS students with authorized testing integral calculus. 23913 002 9:00-10:25 A MW Hall, Anthony SEM-112 accommodations will be held on Fridays. Please speak to SEM-112 Hall, Anthony W 1:55 P LAB 10:45- your lab instructor and/or department coordinator to schedule a specific time. If you need more information, contact your DSS Counselor. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

118 116 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM POSC 200 C 3 Units .5 Units PT 090 C Leadership Supervision and Ethics Introduction to Political Science Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: PT 130 C with a minimum grade of “C” Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Coreq: PT 135 C - This course introduces students to the methods of political science, the character This course defines the leadership and supervisory roles of the mental health istics of major political and economic systems, political culture and socialization, professional with focus on the ethical considerations surrounding working with relations between states, international law and organization, and theories of the intellectually disabled and mentally ill. development. • Non-degree credit TTh 9:05-10:30 A Badal, Gloria HUM-323 20348 001 22693 300 12:30- TE3-315 Marquardt, Marcus (3/27) W 1:20 P 12:30- TE3-315 Marquardt, Marcus (4/3) W 1:20 P 12:30- 1:20 P W (4/10) Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 3 Units POSC 210 C (4/24) W TE3-315 Marquardt, Marcus 1:20 P 12:30- Contemporary Political Issues 12:30- 1:20 P W (5/1) Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 Transfer: UC/CSU Marquardt, Marcus (5/8) W 12:30- TE3-315 1:20 P Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C 12:30- 1:20 P W Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 (5/15) This course is an intensive study of contemporary issues associated with the 12:30- Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 (5/22) W 1:20 P concepts of democracy, federalism, separation of powers, and related topics. The above course meets on the days and times above, with one additional 1-hr TBA 23217 001 9:05-10:30 A MW Mathews, Peter HUM-323 class meeting to be determined by instructor. Last day to drop without “W”: 04/02; Last day to add: 04/02; 3 Units POSC 230 C Last day to drop with “W”: 05/10; Last day to drop for refund: 03/28. International Relations Transfer: UC/CSU 7 Units PT 110 C Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Nursing Science I This course is a study of relations of nations including the function of power, Transfer: CSU diplomacy, international law and organizations, and economic factors. Prereq: Acceptance into the Psychiatric Technology Program HUM-323 20349 001 10:40-12:05 P MW Badal, Gloria This course introduces the basic principles and concepts of health care. Scientific principles of nursing care are introduced. 1 Unit POSC 299 C 1/28-3/20 22926 200 7:00-12:10 P WTh Filip, Dragana TE3-311 TE3-311 Brown, Anthony W 1/28-3/20 1:50 P LAB 12:20- Political Science Independent Study The above course includes 16 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Course calendar will be provided at the first class meeting. Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge of Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 4 times. 7 Units PT 115 C Badal, Gloria 1/28-5/25 20350 400 HUM-238 Nursing Science II Students must contact a full time instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by Transfer: CSU the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. Prereq: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in PT 110 C with a minimum grade of “C” This course explores the disease process of medical/surgical conditions relative to etiology, pathology and treatment modalities. 23937 300 7:00-12:10 P 3/25-5/22 Filip, Dragana TE3-311 WTh 3/25-5/23 W TE3-311 1:50 P LAB 12:20- Brown, Anthony Psychiatric Technology The above course includes 16 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Course calendar will be provided at the first class meeting. Last day to add: 04/01; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/01; You must be accepted into the Last day to drop with “W”: 05/09; Last day to drop for refund: 03/27. Psychiatric Technology Program 7 Units PT 120 C prior to enrolling in any PT courses. Developmental Disabilities I Transfer: CSU Are you interested in applying to the Prereq: PT 115 C Students learn how to teach self-help and independent living skills to persons Psychiatric Technology Program? with intellectual/developmental disabilities. 22927 200 Ramos, Jaime 1/28-3/13 WTh 7:00-12:20 P TE3-316 Visit our website for details! LAB Acosta, Cynthia 1/28-3/22 6:45- 8:00 A TE3-216 MT The above course includes 18 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions- Course calendar will be provided at the first class meeting. special-programs/health-science/psychiatric-technology/ Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; PT 080 C 1 Unit 7 Units PT 125 C Psych Tech State Board Review Class Developmental Disabilities II Transfer: CSU This course is designed to meet the health science student’s need for current Prereq: PT 120 C topics and issues, updated information in health care, review of specialized This course studies the causes and treatment of behavioral disorders of the subject matter, and/or preparation for health related licensure and certification developmentally disabled. The clinical application of the principles of behavior exams. May be taken for credit 4 times. 23936 WI1 Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 9:00- 1/7-1/10 1:15 P MTWTh modification is stressed. Last day to drop without “W”: 01/07; Last day to add: 01/07; WTh 23938 300 3/25-5/15 TE3-316 Marquardt, Marcus 7:00-12:20 P Last day to drop with “W”: 01/09; Last day to drop for refund: 01/07. The above course includes 20 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Course calendar will be provided at the first class meeting. Last day to drop without “W”: 04/01; Last day to add: 04/01; Last day to drop for refund: 03/27. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/09; = Hybrid = Santa Ana = Teacher Prep = Online = Honors

119 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 117 / CypressCollege.edu INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES DAYS DAYS PSY 101 C (continued) PT 130 C 7 Units Mental Disabilities I ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Young, Brandy 21856 OL4 Transfer: CSU ONLINE CLASS: This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. Prereq: PT 125 C BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have Emphasis is placed on assessment, intervention and valid rationale for treatment entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to of long term mental illness for the chronically hospitalized individual. Fee for CPR www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. renewal and fingerprint fees not to exceed $100. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; 22928 200 7:00-12:20 P WTh 1/28-3/13 Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; The above course includes 20 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Course calendar will be provided at the first class meeting. 22280 OL5 1/28-3/24 ONLINE Orlovska, Kseniya Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; This first 8-week short term class meets entirely online. BEFORE ONLINE CLASS: Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 01/31. registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may 7 Units PT 135 C receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Mental Disabilities II - Lecture Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; Transfer: CSU Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Prereq: PT 130 C This course prepares the student to intervene at the primary and secondary level PSY 110 C 3 Units of treatment in the care of individuals with mental disabilities. TE3-315 Ramos, Jaime 3/25-5/15 WTh 7:00-12:20 P 23939 300 Applied Psychology The above course includes 20 hours per week TBA in a hospital/clinical setting. Transfer: CSU Course calendar will be provided at the first class meeting. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Last day to add: 04/01; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/01; This course examines how psychology relates to everyday living in such areas Last day to drop for refund: 03/27. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/09; as interpersonal relationships, sexuality, career-related experiences, and stress and mental health. MW 1:00- 20409 001 Adams, Brian HUM-305 2:25 P 3 Units PSY 120 C Psychology Human Sexuality Transfer: UC/CSU PSY 101 C 3 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Introduction to Psychology This course is an overview of the psychological, sociological and psychobiological Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU aspects of human sexuality. Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Sandoval, Carlos MW 10:40-12:05 P 20410 001 HUM-131 This course is a scientific consideration of the psychological foundations of 10:40-12:05 P 20518 003 HUM-131 Sandoval, Carlos TTh behavior. 1:40 P Larson, Mary Ann HUM-131 20413 002 12:15- MW 20360 001 7:30- 8:55 A MW HUM-136 Wise, Bonnie 1:40 P Larson, Mary Ann HUM-131 TTh 20519 004 12:15- 20361 002 7:30- 8:55 A TTh HUM-318 Wise, Bonnie Th 9:40 P 6:30- 22418 101 imothy HUM-227 Tran, T 9:00-12:10 P HUM-227 Ingersoll, Brittany F 22421 016 20523 OL1 ONLINE Garcia, Claudia 1/28-3/24 HUM-131 20362 004 9:05-10:30 A MW Sandoval, Carlos ONLINE CLASS: This first 8-week short term class meets entirely online. BEFORE 9:05-10:30 A 22213 003 TTh HUM-131 Sandoval, Carlos registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered 10:40-12:05 P HUM-318 20363 007 Young, Brand MW y into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may HUM-318 20368 009 10:40-12:05 P TTh De Dios, Angela receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to HUM-305 11:20-12:45 P 20371 110 MW Adams, Brian www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Pueblos, Daniel HUM-306 MW 21691 011 12:15- 1:40 P Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; HUM-121 Adams, Brian TTh 1:40 P 24301 005 12:15- Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; TTh HUM-307 2:25 P 1:00- 20365 008 Lozano, Elizabeth Garcia, Claudia 22645 OL2 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 22420 015 1:50- 3:15 P MW Tapia, HUM-306 James ONLINE CLASS: This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. 23218 013 Ann 3:15 P TTh Larson, Mary HUM-101 1:50- BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have 3:25- MW Lozano, Elizabeth HUM-306 22415 014 4:50 P entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may M Martinez, Marcos HUM-306 22419 101 6:30- 9:40 P receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to T Uberoi, Niharika HUM-131 9:40 P 6:30- 20382 100 www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. 21581 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Martinez, Randy Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; ONLINE CLASS: This first 8-week short term class meets entirely online. BEFORE Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; WAITLIST NOW AVAILABLE Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. During registration, you can request to be placed on a waitlist 20395 OL2 1/28-5/25 De Dios, Angela ONLINE when a class is full. This online feature does not guarantee a ONLINE CLASS: This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register - ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into seat, but it allows the chance to obtain one if any become myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive available. Waitlist students must attend the first day of instruc- important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. tion to be considered for an add code. Refer to the Waitlist Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; page in the Class Schedule for complete waitlist information. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

120 118 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / ROOM CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES PSY 131 C 4 Units PSY 161 C 3 Units Cross-Cultural Psychology (formerly PSY 237 C) Probability and Statistics: Social Sciences Transfer: UC/CSU (same as SOC 161 C) Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course examines cultural influences on human behavior in areas such as Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C or Algebra II with a grade of “C” or better - development, mental health, self-concept, emotion, motivation, learning, intel and the assessment process ligence, social cognition, and social behavior in contexts ranging from everyday This introduction to basic statistical concepts uses computer applications and modes of functioning to family and work relationships. traditional methods to analyze data and problems in psychology and the social y 1:40 P 22214 001 12:15- TTh Young, Brand HUM-318 sciences. Students who receive credit for this course may not receive credit for MATH 120 C. Duplicate credit not granted for PSY 161HC, SOC 161 C, or 3/25-5/25 22215 OL1 ONLINE Young, Brandy SOC 161HC. ONLINE CLASS: This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. 9:05-11:10 A HUM-223 y Martinez, Rand MW 23224 001 BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have 1:25 P 21641 003 11:20- MW HUM-223 Martinez, Randy entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may HUM-223 De Dios, Angela MW 3:40 P 1:35- 20571 002 receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit HUM-223 6:00-10:15 P 21778 100 T Ura, Masako www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. 4 Units PSY 202 C Young, Brandy 24298 OL2 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Research Methods in Psychology ONLINE CLASS: This first 8-week short term online class meets entirely online. Transfer: UC/CSU BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have Prereq: PSY 101 C and PSY/SOC 161 C with grades of “C” or better entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may The course examines the concepts, ethics, methods, implementation and presen - receive important information regarding this course. For more information visit tation of research in the cognitive, behavioral and social sciences. http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Martinez, Randy HYBRID 20580 HY1 1/28-5/25 Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; 1/28-5/25 TTh 9:00-10:25 A HUM-223 Martinez, Randy Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. This full-semester Hybrid class meets on campus and online. Lec HYBRID CLASS: - tures will be on campus and the LAB portion will be online. To avoid being dropped, PSY 139 C 3 Units you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 9:00 am-10:25 am in HUM-223. BEFORE registering for this course, update Developmental Psychology or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and Transfer: UC/CSU - preferred email address so that you may receive important information regard Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C ing this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ This is a study of emotional, intellectual, social and physical growth patterns from distance-education. conception to death. Explores major theories of development. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Wise, Bonnie MW HUM-302 20536 002 9:05-10:30 A Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; HUM-302 De Dios, Angela TTh 9:05-10:30 A 20535 001 20546 004 1:00- 2:25 P TTh Choe, Christine HUM-306 23270 HY2 HYBRID Martinez, Randy 1/28-5/25 Pueblos, Daniel HUM-225 MW 3:15 P 1:50- 22414 005 10:40-12:05 P TTh 1/28-5/25 Martinez, Randy HUM-223 Ura, Masako 20547 100 6:30- 9:40 P Th HUM-325 - This full-semester Hybrid class meets on campus and online. Lec HYBRID CLASS: tures will be on campus and the LAB portion will be online. To avoid being dropped, Orlovska, Kseniya 3/25-5/25 20548 OL1 ONLINE you MUST physically attend the on-campus meeting Tuesday, January 29, 2019 This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. ONLINE CLASS: at 10:40 am-12:05 pm in HUM-223. BEFORE registering for this course, update BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may - preferred email address so that you may receive important information regard receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to ing this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. distance-education. Last day to add: 04/03; Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; ONLINE 1/28-5/25 De Dios, Angela 23223 OL2 This full semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE registering for ONLINE CLASS: PSY 221 C 3 Units this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway The Brain and Behavior as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important infor - Transfer: UC/CSU mation regarding this course. For more information visit www.CypressCollege.edu/ Prereq: PSY 101 C with a grade of “C” or better academics/distance-education. This course examines the brain and other neurophysiological systems associated Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; with mental process and behavior. 24299 001 12:15- HUM-325 Staff MW 1:40 P PSY 145 C 3 Units 1/28-5/25 ONLINE Martinez, Randy 20581 OL1 This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register - ONLINE CLASS: Child Psychology ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into Transfer: UC/CSU myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C important information regarding this course. For more information, go to This course explores child development from conception through adolescence. www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Education and teaching issues related to children are highlighted. Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 02/10; 9:25 A 20587 001 HUM-123 TTh Garcia, Claudia 8:00- Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the Index in the back of this Class Schedule for more information. = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

121 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu 119 ROOM DATES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DAYS INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME DATES 3 Units PSY 222 C Abnormal Psychology Transfer: UC/CSU Radiologic Technology Prereq: PSY 101 C with a minimum grade of “C” Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a systematic study of psychopathology. It is concerned with the Are you interested in applying to the expression on counterproductive, maladaptive, and disruptive behavior. This Radiologic Technology Program? course surveys the nature, causes, assessment and treatment of deviant behavior within and across cultures. Visit our website for details and attend an information workshop! F Tran, T HUM-225 9:00-12:10 P 24300 001 imothy Washington, Warren 20582 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 http://www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/divisions- ONLINE CLASS: This first 8-week short term class meets entirely online. BEFORE special-programs/health-science/radiologic-technology/ registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. RADT 142 C 4 Units Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; Radiologic Electronics Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Transfer: CSU In this course basic knowledge of scientific units, the structure of matter, elec- 3 Units PSY 251 C tromagnetic radiation and sound energy, electromagnetism, the imaging system Social Psychology x-ray production and interaction with matter will be discussed. Transfer: UC/CSU TE3-309 T 8:35 P 4:20- 21454 100 Mitts, Lynn Advisory: Completion of PSY 101 C with a grade of “C” or better 4:30- 8:45 P W Truong, Dung TE3-315 21733 101 - This course examines the nature, causes and influences of social group situa TE3-309 9:00 P 4:45- 21452 102 Truong, Dung M tions on the individual (e.g., interpersonal attraction, prejudice/discrimination, conformity/obedience, aggression/group dynamics). RADT 146 C 4 Units 20589 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-5/25 Young, Brandy Introduction to Radiography ONLINE CLASS: - This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register Transfer: CSU ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into This course prepares the student for the radiography program. Material covered myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive in the course include x-ray tube construction and production, radiographic quality important information regarding this course. For more information, go to and techniques, film/screen characteristics, digital and chemical processing, www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. digital imaging, grid utilization, beam limitation, radiation protection, and quality Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. assurance. M TE3-309 21643 001 Frianeza, Michael 8:30-12:45 P TE3-309 21453 002 Frianeza, Michael 8:30-12:45 P Th 1 Unit PSY 299 C 22462 003 12:30- TE3-316 Frianeza, Michael T 4:45 P Psychology Independent Study Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU RADT 153 C 3 Units Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Radiography Patient Care Independent study is for able students who wish to extend their knowledge of Transfer: CSU a particular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit This course is a lecture/demonstration class to teach basic patient care skills 3 times. used by radiology personnel in working with patients. Students will be required HUM-238 1/28-5/25 Young, Brandy 20593 400 to obtain cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification from the American Students must contact a full time instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agreement will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by Heart Association. the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. T TE3-309 21455 001 Frianeza, Michael 8:30-11:40 A Students enrolled in the above course are required to pay for the additional cost of CPR training. 22463 101 T Siegel, Barry TE3-311 5:00- 8:10 P Students enrolled in the above course are required to pay for the additional cost of CPR training. ADD AUTHORIZATION CODES: 5:00- 8:10 P Th 21456 100 TE3-311 Siegel, Barry (commonly known as “Add Codes”) Students enrolled in the above course are required to pay for the additional cost of may be issued by the instructor based on CPR training. space availability and in accordance with all 3 Units RADT 162 C the requirements for the class. Radiology Special Procedures Prior to the first day of class Transfer: CSU • if the class is OPEN — no add code is Prereq: Satisfactory completion of first semester in the Radiologic Technology needed Program This course provides the student with the theory and practice of basic techniques • if the class is CLOSED — an add code is of venipuncture and the administration of contrast media. Special imaging needed modalities such as Digital Angiography; Computerized Tomography; Magnetic Beginning the first day of class Resonance Imaging; Medical Sonography; Nuclear Medicine, and Radiation • an add code is needed for most classes Therapy will be surveyed. add codes must be used by 11:59 pm on • • $22.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION 21457 100 TE3-309 Frianeza, Michael 7:00 P 4:30- W the add deadline TE3-309 y Binoya, Gar W 9:10 P 7:05- LAB Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

122 120 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / DATES INSTRUCTOR DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM RADT 256 C 12 Units 1 Unit RADT 198 C Clinical Internship III Selected Topics III Prereq: RADT 255 C and RADT 197 C with minimum grades of “C” and Prereq: RADT 197 C and RADT 255 C with minimum grades of “C” and RADT 260 C RADT 260 C Coreq: RADT 198 C Coreq: RADT 256 C - Comprehensive review of radiologic technology to support the student in the This course is offered as clinical training within a department of radiology in affili ated hospitals for approximately 40 hours per week. clinical internship phase. Topics include quality control and assurance, radiation HOSP 22158 600 1/28-5/25 Siegel, Barry physics, and medical law and ethics. Case studies will be discussed. The above course includes 36-40 hours per week in a hospital/clinical setting, to be 24047 001 1:00- 5:15 P F (2/1) TE3-309 Siegel, Barry arranged by instructor. 1:00- F 5:15 P Mitts, Lynn TE3-309 (3/1) TE3-309 Staff (4/5) F 5:15 P 1:00- Frianeza, Michael TE3-309 1:00- 5:15 P F (5/17) Last day to drop without “W”: 02/01; Last day to add: 02/01; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/05; Recreation 5 Units RADT 247 C Radiographic Positioning REC 100 C 3 Units Transfer: CSU Foundations of Recreation and Leisure Services Prereq: Satisfactory completion of first semester Radiologic Technology Transfer: CSU Program. Completion of or concurrent enrollment in RADT 148 C, RADT 150 C, This course is the foundation for an introduction to the broad field of recreation RADT 153 C and HS 147 C with minimum grades of “C”. and leisure services. This class is part of Recreation Assistant Certification. Coreq: RADT 162 C and RADT 251 C 1/28-5/25 24234 OL ONLINE Hutting, Anthony This course offers positioning methods for the skull, urinary system, vertebral ONLINE CLASS: This full semester class meets entirely online. You MUST update column, and digestive system. Trauma positioning and surgical/mobile techniques your current email address in myGateway BEFORE registering for the course. For are also discussed along with image evaluation and radiation protection for all more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. procedures. • $33.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Frianeza, Michael W 21458 001 12:00- TE3-309 4:15 P Frianeza, Michael LAB 1:00- 4:10 P M TE3-309 21459 002 12:00- 4:15 P W Frianeza, Michael TE3-309 T TE3-309 Mitts, Lynn 4:10 P 1:00- LAB Social Sciences 7 Units RADT 251 C SOSC 299 C 1 Unit Radiology Externship Social Science - Independent Study Transfer: CSU Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Satisfactory completion of the first (Fall) semester in the Radiologic Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Technology Program and RADT 150 C, with minimum grades of “C” Independent study is for students who wish to extend their knowledge of a partic - This course provides an introduction to fluoroscopic and tomographic procedures, ular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 4 times. digital radiography and other imaging modalities. Radiography training in an 1/28-5/25 Staff HUM-238 22115 400 approved clinical affiliate is included. - Students must contact an instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agree Mitts, Lynn TE3-316 10:00-12:05 P 21460 001 M ment will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the The above course includes 16 hours per week in a hospital/clinical setting, to be Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. arranged. T 10:00-12:05 P TE3-316 21461 002 Mitts, Lynn The above course includes 16 hours per week in a hospital/clinical setting, to be arranged. RADT 252 C 1.5 Units Radiobiology Transfer: CSU WHAT’S YOUR MAJOR? Prereq: BIOL 231 C or BIOL 210 C and HS 145 C and RADT 146 C all with minimum grades of “C” STILL EXPLORING YOUR OPTIONS? This course is designed to provide the principles of radiation interaction with cells, tissues, and the body as a whole. The principles of radiation protection along with Let the Career Planning Center be your Guide. the responsibilities of the radiographer for patients, personnel, and the public is included. TE3-315 Frianeza, Michael 1/29-3/26 T 8:20 P 5:30- 21462 200 Counselors • Classes • Workshops • Resource Library Last day to add: 02/04; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/04; Last day to drop for refund: 01/29. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/12; RADT 253 C 1.5 Units EXPLORE Radiation Laws and Ethics SELF JOB & CAREER DECISION EDUCATIONAL MAJORS & ASSESSMENTS PREPARATION MAKING PLANNING Transfer: CSU CAREERS Prereq: RADT 153 C with a minimum grade of “C” An introduction to legal terminology, concepts, and principles for radiographers will be presented. TE3-315 21463 300 Staff 5:00- 9:15 P T 4/2-5/14 For additional information, please contact the Career Planning Center Last day to drop without “W”: 04/02; Last day to add: 04/02; Last day to drop with “W”: 05/07; Last day to drop for refund: 04/02. at (714) 484-7120 or email [email protected] = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

123 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 121 / CypressCollege.edu INSTRUCTOR DAYS DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES CRN SEC TIME ROOM CRN SEC TIME SOC 161 C 4 Units Probability and Statistics-Social Sciences Sociology (same as PSY 161 C) Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: MATH 040 C or MATH 041 C or MATH 024 C or Algebra II with grades SOC 101 C 3 Units of “C” and the assessment process Introduction to Sociology This introduction to basic statistical concepts uses computer applications and Transfer: UC/CSU traditional methods to analyze data and problems in psychology and the social Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C sciences. Students who receive credit for this course may not receive credit This course analyzes human societies and relationships through a study of for MATH 120 C. Duplicate credit not granted for PSY 161 C, PSY 161HC, or cultural origins, personality development, social interaction, and social change. SOC 161HC. Duplicate credit not granted for SOC 101HC. MW 9:05-11:10 A 23225 001 HUM-223 y Martinez, Rand Dedic, James HUM-302 MW 8:55 A 7:30- 21654 013 MW HUM-223 21642 003 11:20- 1:25 P Martinez, Randy 7:30- 8:55 A TTh Dedic, James 20834 001 HUM-302 MW De Dios, Angela HUM-223 20572 002 1:35- 3:40 P Rhymes, Regina HUM-307 23271 011 8:00- 9:25 A TTh 21779 100 T Ura, Masako HUM-223 6:00-10:15 P Acosta, Pauline 24166 006 9:00-12:10 P F HUM-307 Curiel, Larr y 9:05-10:30 A 20835 003 MW HUM-136 20836 004 TTh Curiel, Larr y HUM-136 9:05-10:30 A 3 Units SOC 225 C MW 10:40-12:05 P 22592 002 HUM-302 Curiel, Larry Sociology of Women Curiel, Larry 10:40-12:05 P 20844 007 HUM-303 TTh Transfer: UC/CSU 20845 008 10:40-12:05 P TTh Dedic, James HUM-302 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C 1:40 P 20846 005 12:15- MW Curiel, Larry HUM-302 This course covers an identification and analysis of the status of women in 20848 009 12:15- Dedic, James HUM-302 TTh 1:40 P American society. Sociological issues pertinent to the conditions of women are MW Eaves, Stephanie 21693 010 HUM-321 1:50- 3:15 P examined. 6:30- 22422 100 M HUM-121 9:40 P Amescua, Juan auline Acosta, P TTh 9:05-10:30 A 20855 001 HUM-321 6:30- 9:40 P W Staff HUM-307 21692 101 20849 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-3/24 Rhymes, Regina SOC 250 C 3 Units M HUM-307 Rhymes, Regina 6:30- 7:30 P (1/28) Sociology of Aging (same as HUSR 250 C) HYBRID CLASS: This first 8-week Short Term Online class REQUIRES an on-cam - Transfer: UC/CSU pus Orientation Meeting on Monday, January 28, 2019 from 6:30 pm-7:30 pm in This multi-disciplinary course examines aging from sociological and cultural HUM-307. The remainder of the class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, perspectives. Duplicate credit not granted for HUSR 250 C. you MUST physically attend this Orientation Meeting. BEFORE registering for this 20856 001 12:15- 1:40 P MW Dedic, James HUM-323 course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa SOC 275 C 3 Units tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ academics/distance-education. Marriage and Family Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; Last day to add: 02/05; Transfer: UC/CSU Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C This course is a study of the sociological factors involved in family relationships, 20850 OL1 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Aguilera, Peter courtship, marital adjustments and parenthood. This first 8-week Short Term online class meets entirely online. ONLINE CLASS: 8:00- Rhymes, Regina MW 9:25 A 20858 001 HUM-305 BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have 9:45-11:10 A MW HUM-305 20859 002 Rhymes, Regina entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to Rhymes, Regina 20860 HY1 HYBRID 3/25-5/25 www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Rhymes, Regina (3/25) HUM-307 M 7:30 P 6:30- Last day to add: 02/05; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/05; This second 8-week Short Term Hybrid class REQUIRES an on- HYBRID CLASS: Last day to drop with “W”: 03/11; Last day to drop for refund: 02/01. campus Orientation Meeting on Monday, March 25, 2019 from 6:30 pm-7:30 pm in HUM-307. The remainder of the class meets entirely online. To avoid being dropped, 3 Units SOC 102 C you MUST physically attend this Orientation Meeting. BEFORE registering for this Social Problems course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as Transfer: UC/CSU - an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important informa tion regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/ Advisory: Completion of SOC 101 C and eligibility for ENGL 100 C academics/distance-education. This course is an identification and analysis of selected contemporary social Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; problems in American society and around the world. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. y HUM-301 20851 001 7:30- 8:55 A TTh Curiel, Larr Washington, Warren 3/25-5/25 20853 OL1 ONLINE SOC 292 C 3 Units This second 8-week short term class meets entirely online. ONLINE CLASS: Introduction to Criminology (same as HUSR 292 C) BEFORE registering for this course, update or confirm the email address you have Transfer: UC/CSU entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may A scientific analysis of the nature, extent, and causes of violations of societal rules receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to that are formally defined as crime and delinquency. Duplicate credit not granted www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to drop without “W”: 04/03; Last day to add: 04/03; for HUSR 292 C. Last day to drop for refund: 03/30. Last day to drop with “W”: 05/11; 20930 001 HUM-121 9:05-10:30 A TTh Adams, Virgil 24167 OL1 1/28-5/25 Aguilera, Peter ONLINE ONLINE CLASS: This full-semester class meets entirely online. BEFORE register - ing for this course, update or confirm the email address you have entered into myGateway as an active and preferred email address so that you may receive important information regarding this course. For more information, go to www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/distance-education. Last day to add: 02/10; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

124 122 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 / CypressCollege.edu INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES SOC 299 C 1 Unit Sociology Independent Study Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract - Independent study is for students who wish to extend their knowledge of a partic ular area through individual research and study. May be taken for credit 4 times. 1/28-5/25 Rhymes, Regina 20861 400 HUM-238 Students must contact an instructor to supervise their semester’s work. An agree - ment will be developed by the student and instructor, signed and approved by the Division Dean. Agreements are available from the Social Sciences Division Office. Spanish 5 Units SPAN 101 C Elementary Spanish I Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students are introduced to the culture and history 5 Units SPAN 201 C of Spain and Latin America. Spanish for Spanish Speakers I • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Transfer: UC/CSU MW HUM-103 7:45-10:15 A 20821 001 Herrera, Alex Prereq: A native or near-native speaking knowledge of Spanish for those who Herrera, Alex HUM-105 20822 002 8:00-10:30 A TTh have had little or no formal education in the language MW HUM-103 1:00 P 20823 003 10:30- Herrera, Alex This course offers intensive training in oral and written Spanish for native or aleria HUM-112 23612 004 10:30- 1:00 P TTh Barragan, V near-native speakers. Duplicate credit not granted for SPAN 101 C or SPAN 102 C. Barragan, Valeria HUM-103 TTh 4:00 P 1:30- 20825 006 HUM-103 20824 005 1:45- 4:15 P MW Merlo, Adrienne • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 21739 008 3:00- 5:30 P MW Godwin, Angelina HUM-114 HUM-201 Puma, Jessica 20830 001 10:30- 1:00 P MW 5:30 P 22328 007 3:00- HUM-114 Maradiaga, Ana TTh 22341 001 10:45- TTh Puma, Jessica 1:15 P HUM-103 HUM-105 20826 100 8:30 P MW 6:00- Zweig, Julie 22812 100 Navarro, Arturo 8:30 P MW HUM-103 6:00- TTh Maradiaga, Ana HUM-108 22329 103 6:00- 8:30 P 20827 102 7:00- 9:30 P TTh Zweig, Julie HUM-103 5 Units SPAN 202 C Spanish for Span Speakers II SPAN 102 C 5 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Elementary Spanish II Prereq: SPAN 201 C Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU This course is designed for students who are fluent in spoken, informal Spanish Prereq: SPAN 101 C with a grade of “C” or better or one year of high school and who need to improve their writing, reading, and grammar skills. It furthers the Spanish with a grade of “C” or better is recommended mastery of formal, written Spanish at the intermediate/advanced level. Duplicate This course emphasizes the acquisition of basic skills in pronunciation, listening, credit not given for SPAN 203 C. speaking, reading and writing. Students are introduced to the culture and history Puma, Jessica MW 22813 001 HUM-311 1:30- 4:00 P of Spain and Latin America. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION SPAN 203 C 4 Units 1:00 P 23613 002 10:30- HUM-105 Godwin, Angelina MW Intermediate Spanish III 20828 002 10:45- 1:15 P TTh Herrera, Alex HUM-105 Transfer: UC/CSU TTh 6:30- 20829 100 Navarro, Arturo HUM-105 9:00 P Prereq: SPAN 102 C with a grade of “C” or better or two years of high school Spanish with a grade of “C” or better required This course introduces the student to the more formal aspects of cultural appre - ciation through a selection of readings by modern Spanish and Spanish American authors. It also provides extensive practice in oral and written expression and a thorough review of grammatical concepts. PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION • HUM-207 Merlo, Adrienne 1:25 P MW 20831 001 11:20- myGateway Registration! All class registrations, adds, drops, waitlists and with drawals must be done online using myGateway . Computers are available in the Transfer Center, the Career Center, EOPS, the LLRC, Student Activities and Admissions and Records. = Teacher Prep = Hybrid = Honors = Online = Santa Ana

125 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 123 / CypressCollege.edu DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME Study Abroad Theater Arts London, England SPRING 2019 3 Units THEA 100 C Introduction to the Theater Transfer: UC/CSU Designed for students who wish to explore the basic elements that comprise the art of the theater from theory to practice. • Admission to theater performance not to exceed $50 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Smith, Mauri 20129 001 FA-112 8:35-10:00 A MW 20130 002 9:05-10:30 A TTh Jackson, Donald FA-112 The above class is part of the Teacher Preparation Program and is recommended for future teachers. See the index in the back of this class schedule for more information. MW Jackson, Donald FA-211 20131 003 2:45 P 1:20- 4:25 P TTh Cooney, Douglas FA-112 3:00- 20132 004 THEA 101 C 3 Units Introduction to Literature ENGL 102 F 3 Units Play Analysis 24223 SA1 9:00-10:25 A MW Fouquette, Danielle 1246 Transfer: UC/CSU ENGL 102HF Honors Introduction to Literature 3 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C 1246 SA1 9:00-10:25 A MW Fouquette, Danielle 24235 A basic approach to the analysis of a play script, intended to provide students with the tools necessary to understand the text of a play and its application to work in ENGL 103 F Critical Reasoning and Writing 4 Units performance. Admission to theater performances not to exceed $50.00. Fouquette, Danielle 24238 SA1 10:35-12:40 P MW 1246 • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION ENGL 103HF Honors Critical Reasoning and Writing 4 Units 22909 001 FA-213 Jackson, Donald TTh 1:20- 2:45 P 1246 10:35-12:40 P MW SA1 24239 Fouquette, Danielle THEA 102 C 3 Units Introduction to Creative Writing ENGL 105 F 3 Units World Theater History I SA1 24248 1:30- 1246 Fouquette, Danielle T 4:40 P Transfer: UC/CSU 3 Units ENGL 203 F Introduction to Dramatic Literature Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 100 C Fouquette, Danielle Th 4:40 P 24255 SA1 1:30- 1018 Theater practice from its origins through the mid-18th century will be studied. Plays are read for analysis of structure, plot, character and historical relevance. 3 Units HIST 110 F Western Civilization I Admission to theater performances not to exceed $50.00. 24245 1:30- 2:55 P M Ashenmiller, Joshua 1246 SA1 FA-211 2:25 P 1:00- Cooney, Douglas 22564 001 TTh 1246 Ashenmiller, Joshua 4:35 P 3:10- W HIST 110HF Honors Western Civilization I 3 Units 3 Units THEA 120 C M 24246 SA1 1:30- 2:55 P Ashenmiller, Joshua 1246 Acting I 4:35 P 3:10- 1246 Ashenmiller, Joshua W Transfer: UC/CSU Students interested in performing in theater and/or film and television are intro - Survey of British History II 3 Units HIST 152 F duced to exercises which free the actor’s imagination, emotions and behavior. 2:55 P W 24247 SA1 1:30- 1246 Ashenmiller, Joshua Work in class may be videotaped. Admission to theater performances not to 3:10- 4:35 P M Ashenmiller, Joshua 1246 exceed $50.00. HIST 170 F History of the United States I 3 Units • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 24240 SA1 9:00-10:25 A TTh Ashenmiller, Joshua 1246 TA-104 20134 002 9:40-12:50 P Hormel, James MW Hormel, James TA-104 20133 001 9:40-12:50 P TTh HIST 170HF Honors History of the United States I 3 Units TA-102 McMillin, Jennifer TTh 6:25 P 23337 003 3:15- SA1 9:00-10:25 A TTh Ashenmiller, Joshua 24241 1246 McMillin, Jennifer TA-102 TTh 6:25 P 3:15- 23841 HS1 History of the United States II 3 Units HIST 171 F 10:35-12:00 P SA1 24242 1246 TTh Ashenmiller, Joshua 2 Units THEA 121 C Dynamic Movement for the Stage HIST 171HF Honors History of the United States II 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU 1246 24243 SA1 10:35-12:00 P TTh Ashenmiller, Joshua Students will be introduced to unarmed stage combat, creative physical play, INDS 298AF Interdisciplinary Studies Seminar 1 Unit and the art of physical communication. This class is designed for actors and all for Study Abroad students. Admission to theater performances not to exceed $50.00 1:00 P 12:10- 1246 SA1 24906 Fouquette, Danielle T TA-104 Moreno, Wyn TTh 3:40 P 1:35- 24502 001 For more information, visit the website at 3 Units THEA 124 C http://studyabroad.fullcoll.edu Acting II Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: THEA 120 C or audition Looking Ahead... Advisory: Concurrent enrollment or completion of THEA 121 C or THEA 129 C Students will master a dynamic approach to creating roles in theater, film or SUMMER 2019 television. Much of the work in class is videotaped. Admission to theater perfor - Buenos Aires, Argentina mances not to exceed $50.00. MW 9:40-12:50 P 22783 002 TA-104 Hormel, James FALL 2019 22921 001 9:40-12:50 P Varga, Thomas TA-102 TTh Kyoto, Japan Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

126 / 124 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu DAYS ROOM DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR DATES CRN SEC TIME THEA 125 C 3 Units Acting III Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: THEA 124 C with a minimum grade of “C” Actors will proceed to an advanced exploration and mastery of the basic craft of acting and creating a character. Admission to theater performances not to exceed $50.00. Varga, Thomas 22277 001 9:40-12:50 P TTh TA-102 THEA 126 C 3 Units Musical Theater Techniques I Transfer: UC/CSU Students will investigate performance techniques of musical theater as they relate to the onstage performer. Established musical theater repertoire will be covered and performance in a workshop setting of musical theater literature is required. Admission to theater performances not to exceed $50.00 Hormel, James TA-104 21888 001 1:20- 4:30 P MW Auditions THEA 127 C 3 Units Musical Theater Techniques II Cypress College Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Theater Department Advisory: THEA 126 C Presents Students will explore the synthesis of movement and song as it applies to musical theater performance and auditions. This course is designed for the performance oriented student. Admission to theater performances not to exceed $50.00. 1:20- 4:30 P MW Hormel, James TA-104 21827 001 Legally Blonde 2 Units THEA 128 C The Musical Acting for the Camera Music and Lyrics by Transfer: UC/CSU Students will be introduced to the fundamental acting methods and craft for Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin working in television and feature film. Admission to theater performances not to Book by Heather Hach exceed $50.00. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 1:35 P Johnson, Robert 22355 001 9:30- FA-121 F Auditions: Tuesday and Thursday December 4 and 6 at 7 pm 2 to 3 Units THEA 132 C Campus Theater Musical Theater Performance I Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Bring 16 bars of a prepared song from Coreq: THEA 149 C or THEA 150 C or THEA 151 C or THEA 152 C musical theater and come dressed to move. The students will participate in the preparation of a musical production through acting, singing, dancing, and/or instrumental accompaniment. Performers will make use of production elements and performance techniques. Performances: TA-104 Moreno, Wyn 1/28-5/25 24424 101 March 8, 9, 15, 16 at 7 pm The above class is a 2-unit course. Production of LEGALLY BLONDE. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 March 10, 17 at 4 pm and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17, 2019. TA-104 Moreno, Wyn 24425 102 1/28-5/25 The above class is a 3-unit course. Twelve Angry Jurors Production of LEGALLY BLONDE. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17, 2019. Written by Reginald Rose Auditions: Tuesday and Thursday December 4 and 6 at 7 pm Studio Theater Verify Your Enrollment You can verify your class schedule through- Bring a prepared one-minute monologue. . myGateway out the term by accessing Performances: March 29, 30 and April 5, 6, at 7 pm March 31 and April 7 at 4 pm = Honors = Hybrid = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana

127 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 125 CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM DAYS INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DATES 2 to 3 Units 3 Units THEA 144 C THEA 133 C Lighting Design Fundamentals Rehearsal Performance I Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU This course involves the study and execution of stage lighting with emphasis on Prereq: Audition equipment, control, color and their relationship to design. Admission to theater Coreq: THEA 149 C or THEA 150 C or THEA 151 C or THEA 152 C performances not to exceed $50. The course teaches the practical application of acting and production techniques, FA-213 Jackson, Donald MW 6:30 P 4:00- 24607 001 i.e., acting, stage managing, backstage operations. Students participate in the rehearsal and performance of a public production occurring in the Theater Arts Department. 3 Units THEA 146 C 1/28-5/25 24399 101 Staff TA-104 Scene Painting The above class is a 2-unit course. Transfer: UC/CSU Production of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, Decem- Various methods of painting theatrical scenery will be explored. Tools used ber 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 29, 30, will include brush, roller, sponges. Students will duplicate masonry, woodgrain, 31, April 5, 6 and 7, 2019. foliage, wallpaper, lettering, drapery, and architectural detail on rigid scenery. 24410 102 Staff TA-104 1/28-5/25 Admission to theater performances will not exceed $50. The above section is a 3-unit course • $30.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION Production of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, Decem- 20136 001 FA-313 Campbell, Kristin MW 6:30 P 4:00- ber 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 29, 30, 31, April 5, 6 and 7, 2019. 3 Units THEA 147 C Stage Makeup THEA 135 C 2 to 3 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Musical Theater Performance II Students will receive instruction and practice in a lecture/laboratory setting in all Transfer: UC/CSU phases of make-up specifically designed for theatrical use. Admission to theater Prereq: Audition performances not to exceed $50. Coreq: THEA 149 C or THEA 150 C or THEA 151 C or THEA 152 C TTh Hadobas, Paul 3:40 P 1:10- FA-313 20137 001 The students will participate in the development of a musical theater production from rehearsal to public performance. They will synthesize singing, dancing and THEA 148 C .5 to 3 Units acting techniques into a cohesive performance. Production Techniques I Moreno, Wyn 1/28-5/25 TA-104 24421 101 Transfer: CSU The above class is a 2-unit course. Prereq: Audition Production of LEGALLY BLONDE. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 - This is an open entry/open exit class for students to obtain performance experi and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 8, 9, 10, 15, ence in theater. It is open to student performers to fill in vacancies for a theater 16, and 17, 2019. department production. Concurrent enrollment in THEA 148 C through THEA 1/28-5/25 24422 102 Moreno, Wyn TA-104 152 C is not allowed. The above class is a 3-unit course. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Production of LEGALLY BLONDE. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 • Open Entry/Open Exit and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 8, 9, 10, 15, 20178 OE1 1/28-5/25 Hormel, James 16, and 17, 2019. You must have instructors’ approval to add this class. Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. THEA 136 C 2 to 3 Units Rehearsal Performance II THEA 149 C 1 to 2 Units Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Stage Crew I - Running Coreq: THEA 149 C or THEA 150 C or THEA 151 C or THEA 152 C Transfer: UC/CSU This performance course concentrates on training students in the intermediate This course offers students practical experience as members of a running crew skills required of performing and preparing a production for a public performance for public theater performances. 20179 001 TA-104 Luneburg, Cailin 1/28-5/25 for the Theater Department. Staff TA-104 It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting 24411 101 1/28-5/25 in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no The above section is a 2-unit course. appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization Production of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, Decem- meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. ber 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 29, 30, If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. 31, April 5, 6 and 7, 2019. 24412 102 1/28-5/25 Staff TA-104 TA-104 1/28-5/25 Luneburg, Cailin 23851 HS1 It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting The above section is a 3-unit course. in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no Production of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, Decem- appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization ber 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 29, 30, meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. 31, April 5, 6 and 7, 2019. If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. 3 Units THEA 143 C THEA 150 C 1 Unit Stagecraft Stage Crew II Production Preparation Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU This course explores the planning and execution of scenic elements for the This course offers students practical experience as members of a construction, stage with an emphasis on design, construction and methods of shifting scenery. lighting, sound crew for public theater performances. Admission to theater performances will not exceed $50. 21786 001 1/28-5/25 Luneburg, Cailin TA-104 • $25.00 Material Fee — PAYABLE AT REGISTRATION It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting 6:30 P TTh Campbell, Kristin FA-130 22264 001 4:00- in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

128 126 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / DATES ROOM ROOM DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR CRN SEC TIME CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR DAYS 1 Unit THEA 151 C THEA 226 C 3 Units Stage Crew III Costume/Makeup Musical Theater Techniques III Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition This course offers students practical experience as members of a costume and makeup crew for public theater performances. Advisory: THEA 127 C 21841 001 TA-104 1/28-5/25 Luneburg, Cailin The musical theater actor will examine various styles of musical theater as they It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting apply to both solo and scene work. The research and performance of musical in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no theater literature that varies from legitimate standard to pop contemporary styles appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization will be required. Admission to theater performances not to exceed $50.00. meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. Hormel, James TA-104 22565 001 4:30 P 1:20- MW If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. 3 Units THEA 227 C THEA 152 C 1 Unit Musical Theater Techniques IV Transfer: UC/CSU Stage Crew IV House-Box Office Transfer: UC/CSU The musical theater actor will analyze the script and score of a piece of musical This course offers students practical experience as members of a house and box theater repertoire and develop a performance using advanced musical theater office crew for public theater performances. techniques. Admission to theater performances not to exceed $50.00. TA-104 21842 001 Luneburg, Cailin 1/28-5/25 TA-104 22566 001 1:20- 4:30 P MW Hormel, James It is mandatory to attend the following interview meeting and organization meeting in person on Friday, February 1st from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm in the Theater Lobby (no THEA 228 C 2 Units appointment necessary, walk-ins only). Additionally you must attend the organization Advanced Acting for the Camera meeting on Monday, February 4th at 7:00 pm in the Campus Theater. Transfer: CSU If you do not attend the meeting on Monday you will be dropped from class. Prereq: THEA 128 C or audition - Students will continue their exploration and mastery of craft approaches for tele THEA 155 C .5 to 3 Units vision and film acting. Admission to Theater Performances not to exceed $50.00. Production Techniques II • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 22357 001 9:30- F Johnson, Robert FA-121 This is an open entry/open exit class for students to obtain production experience 1:35 P in theater. It is open to student crew members to fill in vacancies for a theater department production. Concurrent enrollment in THEA 148 C through THEA 2 to 3 Units THEA 232 C C is not allowed. 152 Musical Theater Performance III • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Transfer: CSU • Open Entry/Open Exit Prereq: Audition TA-104 Hormel, James 1/28-5/25 22569 OE1 Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in one of the following: DANC 203 C, You must have instructor’s approval to add this class. THEA 149 C, THEA 150 C, THEA 151 C, THEA 152 C or one from THEA 140 C Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; Last day to add: 04/26; through THEA 147 C Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. The students will prepare a work of musical theater for public performance through play analysis, character analysis, style analysis and rehearsal. THEA 156 C .5 to 3 Units TA-104 Moreno, Wyn 1/28-5/25 24427 101 Production Techniques III The above class is a 2-unit course. Transfer: CSU Production of LEGALLY BLONDE. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 This is an open entry/open exit class for students to obtain production preparation and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 8, 9, 10, 15, experience in the theater. 16, and 17, 2019. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 24431 102 1/28-5/25 Moreno, Wyn TA-104 • Open Entry/Open Exit The above class is a 3-unit course. 22570 OE1 1/28-5/25 Hormel, James TA-104 Production of LEGALLY BLONDE. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 You must have the instructor’s approval to add this class. and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 8, 9, 10, 15, Last day to add: 04/26; Last day to drop without “W”: 02/10; 16, and 17, 2019. Last day to drop with “W”: 04/28; Last day to drop for refund: 02/10. 2 to 3 Units THEA 233 C 3 Units THEA 220 C Musical Theater Performance IV Acting IV Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Prereq: THEA 125 C or audition Coreq: THEA 149 C or THEA 150 C or THEA 151 C or THEA 152 C Advisory: THEA 121 C or THEA 129 C The students will prepare and perform a work of musical theater for public The actor will develop and practice the skills required to perform plays that range performance focusing on script obligations, character relationship, external and from classical to contemporary plays. Admission to theater performances not to internal focus techniques, performance style choices and physical expression exceed $50.00. character driven action. TTh 20180 001 9:40-12:50 P Varga, Thomas TA-102 1/28-5/25 24428 101 TA-104 Moreno, Wyn The above class is a 2-unit course. 3 Units THEA 225 C Production of LEGALLY BLONDE. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 Directing for the Theater and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 8, 9, 10, 15, Transfer: UC/CSU 16, and 17, 2019. Advisory: ENGL 060 C Moreno, Wyn 1/28-5/25 24430 102 TA-104 Students will explore current craft approaches and gain practical experience in The above class is a 3-unit course. stage directing through class projects. Admission to theater performances not to Production of LEGALLY BLONDE. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, December 4 exceed $50.00. and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 8, 9, 10, 15, Varga, Thomas TTh 20181 001 9:40-12:50 P TA-102 16, and 17, 2019. = Honors = Online = Teacher Prep = Santa Ana = Hybrid

129 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 127 CRN SEC TIME DATES DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR DAYS ROOM DAYS THEA 247 C 2 to 3 Units 3 Units THEA 234 C Rehearsal Performance III Prosthetic Makeup Transfer: UC/CSU Transfer: CSU Prereq: THEA 147 C with a minimum grade of “C” Prereq: Audition Coreq: THEA 149 C or THEA 150 C or THEA 151 C or THEA 152 C Students will explore the techniques of special effects makeup such as: foam The rehearsal and public performance of an ensemble production occurring in latex appliances, appliances, wounds and burns, ventilated hair construction and the Theater Department. bald cap application. TA-104 Staff 1/28-5/25 24413 101 • $150.00 Material Fee — P AYABLE AT REGISTRATION The above section is a 2-unit course. Eastham, Jeanine FA-313 F 2:20 P 9:00- 21864 001 Production of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, Decem- ber 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 29, 30, 1 Unit THEA 299 C 31, April 5, 6 and 7, 2019. Theater Arts-Independent Study 24414 102 1/28-5/25 Staff Transfer: UC Credit Limitation/CSU The above section is a 3-unit course. Prereq: Approved Independent Study Learning Contract Production of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, Decem- This course is for students who wish to increase their knowledge of theater and/ ber 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 29, 30, or theatrical practices through individual study or research. May be taken for 31, April 5, 6 and 7, 2019. credit 4 times. Hormel, James 20182 400 1/28-5/25 2 to 3 Units THEA 238 C To enroll in the above class email the instructor at [email protected] Rehearsal Performance IV Transfer: UC/CSU Prereq: Audition Coreq: THEA 149 C or THEA 150 C or THEA 151 C or THEA 152 C Student will explore and develop the advanced skills required for performance Travel goals. • PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 24416 101 1/28-5/25 Staff TA-104 Cruise and Travel classes can be found in the Aviation and The above section is a 2-unit course. Travel Careers area. Production of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, Decem- ber 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 29, 30, 31, April 5, 6 and 7, 2019. 1/28-5/25 24417 102 TA-104 Staff The above section is a 3-unit course. Production of TWELVE ANGRY JURORS. AUDITIONS: Tuesday and Thursday, Decem- ber 4 and 6, 2018 at 7 pm in the Campus Theater. Performance Dates: March 29, 30, 31, April 5, 6 and 7, 2019. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

130 128 Cypress College — SPRING 2019 1st Session Short-Term Classes Start before March 24, 2019 DA CRN SEC TIME DAYS INSTRUCTOR ROOM TES INSTRUCTOR DAYS ROOM DATES CRN SEC TIME Geology Anthropology Biological Anthropology 1 Unit Physical Geology Field Lab GEOL 115 C ANTH 101 C 3 Units 23908 800 yd, Becky 6:50 P Th 5:00- 20202 OL2 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Flo (1/31) Castle, Victoria SEM-123 2/22-2/24 1/28-3/24 ONLINE LAB Victoria Castle, Ma FSSu 24088 OL4 5:00 P 8:00- gginetti, Jaclyn LAB 4/12-4/14 5:00 P FSSu Castle, Victoria 8:00- Communication Health Science 3 Units Human Communication COMM 100 C 4:30 P MW Health Science Independent Study 1:20- 22324 031 .5 to 2 Units HUM-120 HS 099 C 1/28-3/20 Page, Jennifer 1/28-3/24 Staff 21622 400 Computer Information Systems Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts Microsoft Virtualization and Cloud Deployment 3 Units CIS 201 C 3 Units Nutrition HRC 100 C 22992 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-3/24 BUS-202 , Alireza Moady 1/28-3/24 22430 OL1 ONLINE Heller , Rosanne 6:00- 9:50 P 1/28-3/24 Moady , Alireza BUS-205 T 1/28-3/24 Heller , Rosanne 23341 OL2 ONLINE CIS 232 C Cisco Networking 3 3 Units Amanda 22683 OL3 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Gargano, BUS-116 1/28-3/24 24458 HY1 HYBRID Izadi, Behzad 23342 OL4 ONLINE Gargano, Amanda 1/28-3/24 9:30 P 6:30- Behzad BUS-116 Izadi, 1/28-3/24 MW 23343 OL5 1/28-3/24 ONLINE Peters, Jeremy 21680 OL6 Peters, Jeremy 1/28-3/24 ONLINE Counseling and Student Development HRC 246 C Pastry Arts 3 Units 1 Unit Stress and Anxiety Management COUN 105 C ti, Stephanie HYBRID 24115 HY1 1/28-4/28 Rosa 24809 200 1/29-3/26 Laguana-Ferinac, Renay HUM-126 3:20 P T 1:30- 7:20 P Rosa AN-175 LAB 1:30- T 1/28-4/28 ti, Stephanie Educational Planning COUN 140 C 1 Unit Villasenor W TE3-317 1/30-3/6 21600 201 , Doreen 10:00-12:50 P Kinesiology 1/29-3/7 TTh 10:45-12:00 P 24833 202 TE3-203 Carter , Kelly .5 to 3 Units Athletic Weight Training KIN 198 C BUS-319 24832 203 12:00- 2:50 P Ernesto T 1/29-3/5 Heredia, 1/2-1/14 1:10 P MTWThF , Brad SBF-1 24658 WI4 10:30- Pickler BUS-319 Porter, Deidre 1/31-3/7 Th 22730 204 12:00- 2:50 P 24663 WI2 11:30- TC-1 Jose Alvarez, 1/2-1/14 MTWThF 2:40 P 2 Units COUN 145 C Job Readiness-Career Management Conditioning for Athletes .5 to 3 Units KIN 199 C Pastrana, Ruby 7:15- 24796 200 HUM-126 1/31-5/16 Th 9:20 A , Larry Beidler 1/2-1/14 MTWThF 8:30-11:20 A 24662 WI3 POOL-1 Welliver, Nancy G2-122 9:00-11:50 A 1/2-1/14 MTWThF 24697 WI1 Dance MTWThF 1/2-1/14 Hutting, 24657 WI5 11:00- Anthony BBF-1 1:50 P 3 Units Multicultural Dance in the US DANC 101 C 1.5 Units Intercollegiate Basketball-Men KIN 203 C 24227 OL1 Steve 1/28-3/31 Rosa, ONLINE 1/2-3/8 MTWThF G2-122 3:50 P 2:00- 24656 001 Andrew Alhadeff, Intercollegiate Basketball-Women 1.5 Units KIN 204 C Dental Assisting 5:50 P G1-101 3:30- MTWThF 1/2-3/8 Mohr 24661 001 , Margaret 3 Units Dental Specialties DA 067 C MT 10:30-12:40 P 21029 200 3 Units Joel TE3-302 KIN 249 C 1/28-3/19 Sport and United States Society Silva, , Margaret Mohr 1/28-3/24 ONLINE 24175 OL LAB Joel Silva, 1/28-3/19 MT 7:00-10:20 A TE3-305 TE3-302 Joel Silva, 1/28-3/19 MT 10:30-12:40 P 21030 201 Nutrition Science and Application KIN 270 C 3 Units Joel Silva, 1/28-3/19 MT 4:20 P 1:00- LAB TE3-305 24202 OL3 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Grote, Silvie DA 068 C 3 Units Chairside Assisting II KIN 284 C 3 Units Contemporary Personal Health TE3-302 Joel 1/30-3/20 WTh 10:30-12:40 P 23933 200 Silva, 1/28-3/24 ONLINE 23371 OL2 Andrew Alhadeff, Joel TE3-305 Silva, 1/30-3/20 WTh 7:00-10:20 A LAB .5 to 2 Units Kinesiology-Independent Study KIN 299 C 1/30-3/20 TE3-302 Joel Silva, WTh 10:30-12:40 P 23934 201 Pinkham, Bill G2-107A 24689 406 1/2-1/14 1:00- 4:20 P WTh TE3-305 LAB Joel Silva, 1/30-3/20 Pinkham, 1/2-3/8 G2-107A 24690 407 Bill 2 Units Dental Office Procedures DA 070 C 23630 402 G2-107A Bill Pinkham, 1/28-3/24 23935 200 Charleston, 6:35-10:50 A F 1/28-3/22 Giovanna TE3-216 Library Science English Introduction to Research LIB 100 C 1 Unit 4 Units Reading and Writing II ENGL 058 C 23476 OL1 Peacock, Joyce ONLINE 1/28-3/24 HYBRID 23134 HY Sarah Jones, 1/28-3/24 1/28-3/24 Jones, Sarah HUM-335 TTh 1:20 P 11:15- Management ENGL 060 C College Writing Preparation 4 Units Legal Environment of Business 3 Units MGT 240 C Wahbe, Randa 1/28-3/24 HYBRID 23135 HY8 Troy, Kathleen 9:00-12:20 P 21154 200 MW 1/28-3/20 BUS-318 HUM-124 TTh 1/28-3/24 2:50 P 12:45- Wahbe, Randa Music 3 Units ENGL 096 C College Reading Strategies 1/28-3/24 ONLINE Sarah 21049 OL1 Jones, 3 Units Music Appreciation MUS 116 C 20074 OL1 Brian Curtin, 1/28-3/31 ONLINE ENGL 100 C College Writing 4 Units Amend, Rex 23338 OL3 1/28-3/31 ONLINE Kaufman, 21182 OL2 Bret 1/28-3/24 ONLINE Justin Campbell, ONLINE 21184 OL4 1/28-4/28 3 Units American Popular Music MUS 117 C Justin 23131 OL6 ONLINE 1/28-4/28 Campbell, ONLINE 1/28-3/31 Buck, Peter 21656 OL1 Brian 22991 OL2 ONLINE 1/28-3/31 Curtin, ENGL 102 C Introduction to Literature 3 Units Wahbe, Randa 1/28-3/24 ONLINE 20689 OL1 3 Units History of Rock Music MUS 119 C ONLINE Simmons, Jim 20078 OL1 1/28-3/31 Honors Introduction to Literature 3 Units ENGL 102HC 22988 OL2 Simmons, Jim ONLINE 1/28-3/31 Covey , Kendyl ONLINE 1/28-3/24 22826 OL1 Brian Curtin, 1/28-3/31 ONLINE 20077 OL3 4 Units Critical Reasoning and Writing ENGL 103 C HYBRID Joseph 20694 HY 1/28-3/24 Melodia, Nursing HUM-205 10:30-12:35 P Th 1/28-3/24 Melodia, Joseph .5 Units Intro to ECG Interpretation NURS 104 C Joseph 20797 OL5 ONLINE 1/28-3/24 Melodia, 8:00- TE3-310 Denise Medina-Bernstein, (1/23) W 4:50 P 24073 WI1 ONLINE 1/28-3/31 Covey , Kendyl 22829 OL7 Kathryn Sonne, 1/28-3/31 ONLINE 23196 OL8 NURS 192 C Fundamentals of Nursing 4.5 Units 1/28-3/22 Walker, Jane TE3-310 23940 200 8:00-10:50 A MT Critical Analysis and Literature ENGL 104 C 4 Units TE3-310 Marredda Williams, 1/28-3/22 T 2:25 P 12:00- Melanie Nabahani, 1/28-4/28 ONLINE 20782 OL1 Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

131 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu 129 / 1st Session Short-Term Classes Start before March 24, 2019 DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DA INSTRUCTOR TES ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS 7 Units Developmental Disabilities I PT 120 C 5 Units Medical-Surgical Nursing I NURS 196 C 1/28-3/13 Ramos, Jaime TE3-316 8:00-10:25 A 1/28-3/22 Susan TE3-317 22927 200 Smith, 7:00-12:20 P 23942 200 WTh M LAB 8:00-10:25 A Th 1/28-3/22 Ortega, Ryan 6:45- 8:00 A MT 1/28-3/22 Acosta, TE3-310 Cynthia TE3-216 1/28-3/22 3:20 P TE3-310 LAB 12:30- Thu Th Pham, Mental Disabilities I 7 Units PT 130 C TE3-315 Marcus Marquardt, 1/28-3/13 WTh 5 Units 22928 200 NURS 292 C Medical-Surgical Nursing II 7:00-12:20 P TE3-222 Elizabeth Putman, 1/28-3/22 MT 8:00-10:25 A 24050 200 Psychology Hoang, Christine TE3-222 LAB 1:30- 3:35 P T 1/28-3/22 PSY 101 C Introduction to Psychology 3 Units Pharmacology in Nursing IV NURS 295 C .5 Units Martinez, 21780 200 1:30- 2:45 P M 1/28-3/11 F araci, Michael TE3-317 Randy 1/28-3/24 ONLINE 21581 OL1 22280 OL5 1/28-3/24 ONLINE Orlovska, Kseniya 3.5 Units Child/Family Nursing NURS 296 C PSY 120 C 1/28-3/22 M 8:00-11:35 A 24058 200 Human Sexuality 3 Units TE3-203 , Sally McNay 1/28-3/24 Claudia Garcia, ONLINE 20523 OL1 Philosophy and Religious Studies 3 Units Cross-Cultural Psychology (formerly PSY 237 C) PSY 131 C oung, Brandy 24298 OL2 ONLINE 3 Units Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 100 C 1/28-3/24 Y , Willis 20875 OL1 1/28-3/24 Heusser ONLINE 3 Units Abnormal Psychology PSY 222 C 9:00-12:10 P 24300 001 HUM-225 Tran, Timothy F Physical Sciences ONLINE 1/28-3/24 W ashington, Warren 20582 OL1 PHSC 299 C .5 to 2 Units Physical Sciences Independent Study SEM-123 Victoria Castle, Radiologic Technology (1/31) Th 6:50 P 5:00- 23911 600 2/22-2/24 FSSu 8:00- Victoria Castle, 5:00 P 1.5 Units Radiobiology RADT 252 C 8:00- 5:00 P FSSu 4/12-4/14 Castle, Victoria T 8:20 P Frianeza, Michael TE3-315 5:30- 21462 200 1/29-3/26 Psychiatric Technology Sociology 1 Unit Psych Tech State Board Review Class PT 080 C Introduction to Sociology 3 Units SOC 101 C 23936 WI1 9:00- 1:15 P MTWTh 1/7-1/10 Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 20849 HY1 HYBRID 1/28-3/24 Rhymes, Regina Nursing Science I 7 Units PT 110 C M Rhymes, Regina HUM-307 7:30 P (1/28) 6:30- TE3-311 7:00-12:10 P 22926 200 1/28-3/20 F ilip, Dragana WTh Peter Aguilera, 1/28-3/24 ONLINE 20850 OL1 1:50 P wn, Anthony W 1/28-3/20 Bro LAB 12:20- TE3-311 Cypress College — SPRING 2019 Late-Start Classes Begin on or after February 11, 2019 DAYS CRN SEC TIME ROOM INSTRUCTOR TES DA DAYS CRN SEC TIME INSTRUCTOR ROOM DATES Computer Information Systems Counseling and Student Development CIS 103 C Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint 3 Units 1 Unit Computer Access I COUN 073 C 2/25-5/22 W olfson, Mary BUS-305 Decker CCCPLX-100 3/5-5/7 T 5:50 P 4:00- 24812 200 , Dawn 21055 LS1 6:00- 8:50 P M W LAB 6:00-10:15 P W 2/25-5/22 BUS-305 olfson, Mary 1 Unit College Orientation COUN 100 C Adobe PDF Document Management 24807 201 11:00-12:15 P W 2/27-5/22 Lehmeier , Marisa HUM-126 CIS 121 C 3 Units 23655 HY1 HYBRID 2/11-5/25 Moady , Alireza BUS-202 Career Exploration COUN 139 C 1 Unit BUS-306 , Alireza Moady (2/14) Th 8:00 P 6:00- 24810 200 7:30- 9:20 A T 3/5-5/7 La guana-Ferinac, Renay HUM-126 6:00- 8:00 P (2/28) Moady , Alireza BUS-306 Th 3/4-5/12 La guana-Ferinac, Renay ONLINE 24808 OL1 , Alireza 8:00 P Th (3/28) Moady BUS-306 6:00- 1 Unit Educational Planning COUN 140 C (4/25) Th 8:00 P 6:00- BUS-306 , Alireza Moady 22446 200 2/22-3/15 Grantham, Robert BUS-319 8:30-12:45 P F , Alireza Moady (5/23) Th BUS-306 6:00- 8:00 P 2/25-4/7 Rangel, Jacquelyn ONLINE 24813 OL1 CIS 160 C Information Systems Management 3 Units 21069 HY1 HYBRID Moady , Alireza BUS-202 2/11-5/25 Court Reporting 5:50 P W 4:30- BUS-204 , Alireza Moady (2/13) 3 Units Internship - Captioning CTRP 088 C BUS-204 , Alireza Moady (2/27) W 5:50 P 4:30- BUS-306 23009 400 12:00- 4:15 P Th 2/28-5/23 Bra vo, Leonor BUS-204 4:30- 5:50 P W (3/27) Moady , Alireza BUS-204 Moady 4:30- 5:50 P W (4/24) , Alireza English (5/22) W 5:50 P Moady , Alireza BUS-204 4:30- Critical Reasoning and Writing ENGL 103 C 4 Units CIS 164 C Computer Desktop Support 3 Units T alwar, Ambika 20778 OL1 2/11-5/12 ONLINE 2/11-5/25 Moady , Alireza BUS-202 21070 HY1 HYBRID alwar, Ambika 2/11-5/12 20779 OL2 ONLINE T 8:30 P BUS-205 , Alireza Moady (2/11) M 6:30- W 20780 OL3 2/11-5/12 ONLINE ahbe, Randa 6:30- BUS-205 , Alireza Moady (2/25) M 8:30 P 3 Units Critical Reading, Writing and Thinking ENGL 106 C BUS-205 , Alireza Moady (3/25) M 8:30 P 6:30- Sarah 21051 OL1 ONLINE 2/11-5/12 Jones, 6:30- , Alireza BUS-205 Moady (4/22) M 8:30 P 3 Units ENGL 135 C Grammar and Usage Moady BUS-205 (5/20) M 8:30 P 6:30- , Alireza Linda 22830 OL1 2/11-5/12 Borla, ONLINE CIS 185 C Administering Windows Server 3 Units BUS-202 ENGL 137 C College Study Strategies 3 Units 21072 HY1 HYBRID 2/11-5/25 Moady , Alireza Sarah 2/11-4/7 21052 OL1 ONLINE Jones, 9:50 P 6:00- BUS-204 , Alireza Moady (2/13) W W (2/27) BUS-204 6:00- 9:50 P , Alireza Moady Shakespeare 3 Units ENGL 234 C Moady 9:50 P BUS-204 6:00- , Alireza W (3/13) Diep, 24750 OL ONLINE 2/11-5/12 Christie BUS-204 , Alireza 6:00- 9:50 P W (3/27) Moady ENGL 234HC 3 Units Honors Shakespeare 6:00- 9:50 P (4/10) Moady , Alireza BUS-204 W ONLINE Christie 2/11-5/12 Diep, 24786 OL BUS-204 W (4/24) Moady , Alireza 9:50 P 6:00- 3 Units ENGL 239 C Survey - Children’s Literature (5/8) Moady , Alireza BUS-204 6:00- 9:50 P W Diep, 23862 OL2 ONLINE 2/11-4/7 Christie Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

132 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 130 Late-Start Classes Begin on or after February 11, 2019 INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME ROOM DATES TES DA DAYS CRN SEC TIME DAYS Mythology ENGL 243 C 3 Units Interdisciplinary Studies Borla, Linda 23139 OL1 ONLINE 2/11-5/12 3 Units INDS 101 C Humanities:Renaissance-Present 22934 001 TTh Nabahani, Melanie 11:20-12:45 P HUM-107 English as a Second Language ESL 053 C Intermediate ESL Grammar 2 3 Units Kinesiology 10:35-12:25 P 20221 001 ada, Kathryn HUM-329 2/11-5/22 MW W .5 to 3 Units KIN 199 C Conditioning for Athletes Advanced ESL Grammar 2 3 Units ESL 063 C SOCCER-NORTH TTh 2:55 P 23546 004 12:30- 3/12-5/23 Stauber , Michael HUM-327 TTh 10:35-12:25 P 22814 001 Herman, Jenelle 2/12-5/21 Alhadeff, Andrew G2-122 23369 001 2:00- 3:50 P MTW 3/18-5/22 ESL 066 C Advanced ESL Reading 3 Units 23544 003 Hurtarte, SOCCER-SOUTH Erick 4:55 P MW 3/11-5/22 2:30- MW 20222 001 2:15- 4:05 P 2/11-5/22 Simmons, Samantha HUM-317 23466 002 Mohr 3/18-5/22 , Margaret 3:30- 5:00 P G1-101 TTh Kinesiology-Independent Study KIN 299 C .5 to 2 Units Bill Pinkham, 3/18-5/22 G2-107A 24687 404 Cypress College — SPRING 2019 2nd Session Short-Term Classes Start on or after March 25, 2019 CRN SEC TIME ROOM DAYS INSTRUCTOR DATES ROOM INSTRUCTOR DA DAYS CRN SEC TIME TES Critical Reasoning and Writing 4 Units ENGL 103 C Anthropology 24132 HY3 HYBRID 3/25-5/25 Joseph Melodia, ANTH 107 C Magic, Witchcraft and Religion 3 Units HUM-205 10:30-12:35 P Th 3/25-5/25 Joseph Melodia, yd, Becky Flo 24091 OL1 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 3/25-5/25 20781 OL4 ONLINE Melodia, Joseph 3 Units ENGL 239 C Survey - Children’s Literature Communication Borla, 22708 OL1 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Linda 3 Units COMM 100 C Human Communication African-American Literature II 3 Units ENGL 256 C 3/25-5/20 Nesheiwa t, Abraham HUM-120 20112 019 1:20- 4:30 P MW , Kendyl ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Covey 24360 OL ENGL 260 C Survey of Arabic Literature 3 Units Computer Information Systems 24785 OL ONLINE 3/25-5/25 W ahbe, Randa CIS 202 C VMware vSphere Virtualization Networking 3 Units Moady 22993 HY1 HYBRID 3/25-5/25 , Alireza BUS-202 Geography 9:50 P T 3/25-5/25 6:00- Moady , Alireza BUS-205 GEOG 100 C 3 Units World Geography CIS 233 C Cisco Networking 4 3 Units ONLINE 22778 OL2 Eric Bladh, 3/25-5/25 24470 HY1 HYBRID 3/25-5/25 Izadi, Behzad BUS-116 GEOG 140 C 3 Units Weather and Climate 6:30- MW 3/25-5/25 Izadi, Behzad BUS-116 9:30 P 22981 OL1 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Boles, Ian Counseling and Student Development Health Science College Orientation 1 Unit COUN 100 C HS 099 C Health Science Independent Study .5 to 2 Units 3/29-5/10 24814 200 F BUS-317 Deborah Michelle, 9:00-11:50 A 21623 401 3/25-5/25 Staff 1 Unit Educational Planning COUN 140 C TTh 3/26-4/11 TE3-218 24834 300 9:00-11:50 A o, Denise V Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts 4/3-5/15 10:00-12:50 P 23741 302 W TE3-317 , Doreen Villasenor Nutrition HRC 100 C 3 Units orter, Deidre BUS-319 P 3/28-5/9 Th 2:50 P 23657 301 12:00- P 3/25-5/25 ONLINE eters, Jeremy 23499 OL7 6:50 P 4/2-5/14 Jepson, Jane TE3-317 4:00- 22030 350 T eters, Jeremy P 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 23842 OL8 4/2-5/14 7:00- 9:50 P T 23065 351 W eitzel, John TE3-317 Kinesiology Dental Assisting 3 Units Sport and United States Society KIN 249 C 2.5 Units Clinical Externship III DA 069 C Mohr 24176 OL2 3/25-5/25 ONLINE , Margaret DNTOFF 23539 600 8:00- 5:50 P ThF P 3/28-5/24 acheco, Elizabeth Nutrition Science and Application 3 Units KIN 270 C Grote, ONLINE 3/25-5/25 23444 OL2 Silvie English KIN 284 C Contemporary Personal Health 3 Units 4 Units College Writing Preparation ENGL 060 C ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Alhadeff, Andrew 23372 OL3 Sarah 3/25-5/25 HYBRID 24311 HY Jones, Sarah HUM-335 11:15- 1:20 P TTh 3/25-5/25 Jones, KIN 299 C Kinesiology-Independent Study .5 to 2 Units 3/25-5/25 23631 403 Pinkham, Bill G2-107A 3 Units ENGL 096 C College Reading Strategies Pinkham, G2-107A 24688 405 3/26-5/21 Bill 21050 OL2 ONLINE Jones, Sarah 3/25-5/25 4 Units ENGL 100 C College Writing Management 20637 HY4 ahbe, Randa 3/25-5/25 HYBRID W 3 Units Writing for Business MGT 211 C 12:45- ahbe, Randa HUM-124 W 3/25-5/25 TTh 2:50 P 3/25-5/20 BUS-318 roy, Kathleen T MW 9:00-12:20 P 22367 300 Bret Kaufman, 21183 OL3 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 3 Units Introduction to Literature ENGL 102 C Nursing 20690 OL2 Diep, 3/25-5/25 ONLINE Christie .5 to 2 Units NURS 099 C Nursing Independent Study Linda 20691 OL3 Borla, 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 21483 401 Smith, 3/25-5/25 Susan Melodia, 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 20692 OL4 Joseph NURS 193 C 3.5 Units Intro to Medical-Surgical/Gero Nursing , Sally TE3-310 3/25-5/20 8:00- 23941 300 9:30 A McNay MT , Sally TE3-310 LAB 9:40-12:10 P T 3/25-5/24 McNay Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

133 / 131 CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 2nd Session Short-Term Classes Start on or after March 25, 2019 DAYS CRN SEC TIME ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS DATES INSTRUCTOR INSTRUCTOR TES DA ROOM 3.5 Units Maternal/Newborn Nursing NURS 197 C PT 115 C Nursing Science II 7 Units alker, Jane TE3-315 M 8:00-11:35 A 24048 300 TE3-311 ilip, Dragana F 3/25-5/22 WTh 7:00-12:10 P 23937 300 3/25-5/24 W LAB 12:20- W 3/25-5/23 Bro wn, Anthony TE3-311 1:50 P 3.5 Units Mental Health Nursing NURS 293 C MT Williams, 3/25-4/26 8:00-11:35 A 22655 300 Developmental Disabilities II 7 Units PT 125 C Marredda TE3-302 23938 300 Marquardt, 3/25-5/15 Marcus TE3-316 WTh 7:00-12:20 P 22656 301 MT 4/29-5/24 Staff TE3-302 8:00-11:35 A NURS 294 C Geriatric Nursing 3 Units PT 135 C Mental Disabilities II - Lecture 7 Units Kim, Shinah 22657 300 7:45-12:00 P TE3-203 23939 300 7:00-12:20 P WTh 3/25-5/15 MTh 3/25-4/26 Ramos, Jaime TE3-315 TE3-203 Staff 4/29-5/24 MTh 7:45-12:00 P 22658 301 Psychology 5 Units NURS 297 C Medical-Surgical Nursing III F 3 Units PSY 101 C Introduction to Psychology TE3-222 araci, Michael 3/25-5/20 MT 8:00-10:25 A 24068 300 ONLINE oung, Brandy Y 3/25-5/25 21856 OL4 Susan Smith, 3/25-5/24 T 1:15 P LAB 11:00- TE3-222 3 Units PSY 120 C Human Sexuality Philosophy and Religious Studies 22645 OL2 ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Claudia Garcia, Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 100 C 3 Units PSY 131 C Cross-Cultural Psychology (formerly PSY 237 C) 3 Units ONLINE 3/25-5/25 Heusser 21756 OL3 , Willis 3/25-5/25 Y oung, Brandy 22215 OL1 ONLINE Developmental Psychology PSY 139 C 3 Units Political Science 20548 OL1 Orlovska, Kseniya ONLINE 3/25-5/25 POSC 100 C United States Government 3 Units Craig Matthews, 3/25-5/25 20337 HY1 HYBRID Radiologic Technology 9:40 P T 3/25-5/25 6:30- HUM-136 Craig Matthews, RADT 253 C Radiation Laws and Ethics 1.5 Units Gloria Badal, 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 20347 OL2 Staff 5:00- 21463 300 9:15 P T 4/2-5/14 TE3-315 Psychiatric Technology Sociology PT 090 C .5 Units Leadership Supervision and Ethics Social Problems 3 Units SOC 102 C 22693 300 12:30- 1:20 P W (3/27) Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 20853 OL1 W ashington, Warren 3/25-5/25 ONLINE 12:30- W (4/3) Marquardt, Marcus TE3-315 1:20 P SOC 275 C Marriage and Family 3 Units TE3-315 Marcus Marquardt, (4/10) W 1:20 P 12:30- Regina Rhymes, 3/25-5/25 HYBRID 20860 HY1 TE3-315 Marquardt, (4/24) W 1:20 P 12:30- Marcus M 7:30 P 6:30- Regina Rhymes, (3/25) HUM-307 Marcus TE3-315 Marquardt, (5/1) W 1:20 P 12:30- Marcus Marquardt, (5/8) W 12:30- TE3-315 1:20 P Marcus TE3-315 12:30- 1:20 P W (5/15) Marquardt, W TE3-315 Marquardt, (5/22) Marcus 1:20 P 12:30- Cypress College — SPRING 2019 Weekend Classes ROOM INSTRUCTOR DATES DAYS CRN SEC TIME ROOM INSTRUCTOR TES DA DAYS CRN SEC TIME Health Information Technology Anthropology ANTH 231 C Field Course in Archaeology I 3 Units 1 to 2 Units Coding Skills Lab HI 245 C 9:00- 4:00 P S 2/2-2/9 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 22109 HY2 HUM-332 Craig 24092 800 Goralski, 9:00- 9:00- 4:00 P S (2/23) Goralski, Craig HUM-332 TE3-216 Jennie Larez, (2/2) S 2:50 P TE3-216 Michelle Gordula, (2/23) S 2:50 P 9:00- Craig 9:30- 3:30 P SSu 3/2-4/7 Goralski, (3/9) S 2:50 P 9:00- 9:30- 4/27-5/19 Goralski, Craig 3:30 P SSu TE3-216 Michelle Gordula, 9:00- TE3-216 Michelle Gordula, 2:50 P (3/23) S Field Course in Archaeology II 3 Units ANTH 232 C (4/6) S 2:50 P 9:00- Gordula, Michelle TE3-216 HUM-332 Craig Goralski, 2/2-2/9 S 4:00 P 9:00- 24093 800 9:00- 2:50 P S (4/27) Gordula, Michelle TE3-216 9:00- 4:00 P S (2/23) Goralski, Craig HUM-332 9:00- 2:50 P S (5/4) Gordula, Michelle TE3-216 Craig 3/2-4/6 SSu 3:30 P 9:30- Goralski, Michelle (5/18) S 2:50 P 9:00- TE3-216 Gordula, Goralski, 4/27-5/19 SSu 3:30 P 9:30- Craig 9:00- (5/25) Gordula, Michelle TE3-216 2:50 P S Computer Information Systems Physical Sciences Network Security 3 Units CIS 195 C .5 to 2 Units PHSC 299 C Physical Sciences Independent Study BUS-116 1/28-5/25 HYBRID 23632 HY1 Behzad Izadi, 23911 600 5:00- 6:50 P Th (1/31) Castle, Victoria SEM-123 S Izadi, Behzad BUS-116 9:00-12:45 P Victoria Castle, 2/22-2/24 FSSu 5:00 P 8:00- 8:00- 5:00 P FSSu 4/12-4/14 Castle, Victoria Computer Science 4 Units CSCI 123 C Introduction to Programming Concepts in C++ 1:15 P 24208 800 S Staff BUS-305 9:00- LAB S 2:15 P Staff BUS-305 1:25- Geology GEOL 115 C Physical Geology Field Lab 1 Unit 23908 800 5:00- 6:50 P Th (1/31) Castle, Victoria SEM-123 LAB 8:00- 5:00 P FSSu 2/22-2/24 Castle, Victoria LAB Victoria Castle, 4/12-4/14 FSSu 5:00 P 8:00- Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

134 132 Cypress College 3 Steps to Distance Education Success Online and Hybrid Courses Prepare for success 1 GO TO This free Take the Distance Education Readiness Quiz. anonymous quiz will help you decide if you’re ready for The Distance Education home page at the special demands of online and hybrid courses. These www.CypressCollege.edu/academics/ classes require computer, email, and Internet skills. click on the quiz link. distance-education/ and Talk to your counselor. A Cypress College counselor is ready to help you determine how a Distance Education online or hybrid course can fit into your academic plan. have no Online Courses Choose in-person classroom instruction. All instruction is online, although the right class 2 some courses may have a few Enroll in the course that best fits your needs. Distance in-person meetings for proctored Education allows you to take courses that are completely exams. online or that have a range of in-person meeting dates and times. To take these courses you will need access to a computer and the Internet, which are available to registered students in the Learning Resource Center. For Hybrid Courses are taught both information on the course that interests you, please refer in person and online. While a to the specific course listing in this schedule. To enable class may not meet every week, contact with your instructor, be sure to update your email those meetings that are scheduled address in before you register and add myGateway will be listed in the schedule of as a secure site (or on your white @CypressCollege.edu classes. or trusted list) in your email program. Get started today 3 GO TO Home pages contain Visit your instructor’s home page. The faculty directory at www.CypressCollege.edu/ valuable course and instructor contact information. If you faculty-roster/ have questions, your instructors are just an email away. Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = Th Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = Su

135 / CypressCollege.edu SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 133 Courses Delivered Entirely Through the Internet Online Title of the Class Subject/No. Title of the Class Subject/No. HIST 170 C History of the United States I Introduction to Criminal Justice AJ 110 C HIST 171 C History of the United States II ANTH 101 C Biological Anthropology Nutrition HRC 100 C Cultural Anthropology ANTH 102 C HS 145 C Survey of Medical Terminology ANTH 107 C Magic, Witchcraft and Religion Introduction to Criminology (same as SOC 292 C) HUSR 292 C ATC 112 C Homeland Security KIN 230 C Introduction to Kinesiology ATC 174 C Destina tions: Americas/Europe KIN 249 C Sport and United States Society Airline/Travel ATC 183 C Customer Care: KIN 270 C Nutrition Science and Application ATC 270 C Airline Operations KIN 280 C Introduction to Public Health ATC 295 C Aviation/Travel Internship KIN 281 C Heath and Social Justice Independent Study ATC 299 C KIN 284 C Contemporary Personal Health tabase-Access for Windows Da CIS 142 C KIN 285 C Global and Community Health Java Programming CIS 226 C Introduction to Research LIB 100 C Ja CIS 252 C va Web and Mobile Applications Animation History and Technology MAD 110 C COUN 139 C Career Exploration MAD 111 C Introduction to Media Writing COUN 140 C Educational Planning Preproduction for TV, Video and Film MAD 183 C COUN 145 C Job Readiness-Career Management te Algebra Intermedia MATH 040 C Academic and Life Success COUN 150 C Introduction to Probability and Statistics MATH 120 C Honors University Transition COUN 160HC MATH 142 C Trigonometry DANC 101 C Multicultural Dance in the US Introduction to Electronic Media MM 100 C College Writing Preparation ENGL 060 C Introduction to Media Aesthetics MM 105 C College Reading Strategies ENGL 096 C MUS 116 C Music Appreciation ENGL 100 C College Writing MUS 117 C American Popular Music Introduction to Literature ENGL 102 C MUS 119 C History of Rock Music Honors Introduction to Literature ENGL 102HC Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 100 C ENGL 103 C Critical Reasoning and Writing PHIL 135 C Social and Political Philosophy ENGL 104 C Critical Analysis and Literature Introduction to Ethics PHIL 160 C ENGL 106 C Critical Reading, Writing and Thinking Logic and Critical Thinking PHIL 170 C The Film ENGL 125 C United States Government POSC 100 C ENGL 135 C Grammar and Usage Introduction to Psychology PSY 101 C ENGL 137 C College Study Strategies PSY 120 C Human Sexuality English Literature Since 1760 ENGL 212 C PSY 131 C Cross-Cultural Psychology (formerly PSY 237 C) ENGL 234 C Shakespeare PSY 139 C Developmental Psychology Honors Shakespeare ENGL 234HC The Brain and Behavior PSY 221 C Survey – Children’s Literature ENGL 239 C Abnormal Psychology PSY 222 C Mythology ENGL 243 C PSY 251 C Social Psychology African-American Literature II ENGL 256 C REC 100 C Foundations of Recreation and Leisure Services ENGL 260 C Survey of Arabic Literature Introduction to Sociology SOC 101 C GEOG 100 C World Geography SOC 102 C Social Problems GEOG 140 C Weather and Climate SOC 292 C Introduction to Criminology (same as HUSR 292 C) Cultural Geography GEOG 160 C Introduction to GIS GEOG 230 C

136 134 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / Courses Delivered Both in Person and Through the Internet Hybrid Title of the Class Subject/No. Subject/No. Title of the Class College Writing ENGL 100 C Building Commissioning AC/R 035 C Critical Reasoning and Writing ENGL 103 C AC/R 036 C Refrigerants, Charging and Recovery Honors Critical Reasoning and Writing ENGL 103HC Technician Customer Relations AC/R 055 C Engineering Design Graphics ENGR 102 C AC/R 105 C Electricity for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I Advanced 3D Solid Modeling and Simulation ENGR 205 C AC/R 115 C Gas Heating and Carbon Monoxide Programming and Problem-Solving in MATLAB ENGR 220 C AC/R 125 C Boiler and Hydronic Heating EST 100 C Renewable and Sustainable Energy AC/R 145 C Load Calculation for Heat and Cool HI 100 C Trends in Health Care Delivery Codes and Estimating for HVACR AC/R 215 C HI 101 C Health Information Management F ACCT 101 C inancial Accounting Legal Aspects of Health Care HI 102 C ACCT 102 C gerial Accounting Mana Healthcare Da ta Analysis HI 103 C AJ 110 C Introduction to Criminal Justice HI 114 C Beginning ICD 10-CM Coding AJ 120 C Concepts of Criminal Law HI 203 C Medical Quality Management ASTR 116 C Introduction to Astronomy HI 224 C Advanced ICD-10 Coding ATC 101 C Introduction to Travel Careers tion Technology Informa HI 225 C Career Communication/Portfolio ATC 102 C HI 240 C Directed Practice II Disaster Preparedness/Response ATC 118 C HI 245 C Coding Skills Lab Private Pilot ATC 132 C HRC 100 C Nutrition Cultural Tourism ATC 182 C Introduction to Hospitality Careers HRC 101 C Airline Reservations: SABRE ATC 192 C Sanitation and Safety HRC 120 C Airline/Aviation Management ATC 212 C Culinary Fundamentals I HRC 135 C Instrument Rating ATC 232 C Baking Fundamentals I HRC 136 C General Human Anatomy BIOL 231 C HRC 160 C Hotel Operations BIOL 241 C General Human Physiology HRC 164 C Hospitality Law CIS 101 C Introduction MS Word Document Formatting Culinary Fundamentals II HRC 235 C Linux Operating System CIS 110 C astry Arts P HRC 246 C CIS 111 C Computer Information Systems Hospitality Career Capstone HRC 290 C CIS 121 C Adobe PDF Document Management HS 277 C Cultural Awareness and the Health Care System CIS 132 C Spreadsheet – Excel for Windows HUSR 242 C Drugs and Physiology CIS 160 C Information Systems Management Humanities: Renaissance-Present INDS 101 C Computer Desktop Support CIS 164 C First Aid, CPR and Emergencies KIN 235 C Administering Windows Server CIS 185 C MATH 115 C Finite Mathematics CIS 195 C Network Security Legal Environment of Business MGT 240 C CIS 196 C Ethical Hacking MGT 262 C Principles of Management CIS 201 C Microsoft Virtualization and Cloud Deployment Funeral Directing MORT 201 C VMware vSphere Virtualization Networking CIS 202 C vice Administration I Funeral Ser MORT 202 C Introduction to Programming CIS 211 C Methods of Disposition MORT 203 C Visual C# Programming CIS 218 C MORT 215 C Embalming Cisco Networking 3 CIS 232 C tive Art MORT 216 C Restora Cisco Networking 4 CIS 233 C Funeral Service Ethics and Laws II MORT 236 C Introduction to Oracle: SQL and PL/SQL CIS 236 C Funeral Service Capstone MORT 288 C Python Programming CIS 247 C Funeral Service Practicum I MORT 497 C Interpersonal Communication COMM 105 C MORT 498 C Funeral Service Practicum II Academic and Life Success COUN 150 C POSC 100 C United States Government Career and Life Planning COUN 151 C PSY 202 C Research Methods in Psychology Principles of Economics-Macro ECON 100 C SOC 101 C Introduction to Sociology ECON 105 C Principles of Economics-Micro Marriage and Family SOC 275 C ENGL 058 C Reading and Writing II College Writing Preparation ENGL 060 C

137 135 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Academic/College Policies Affecting Students ATTENDANCE In the case of a challenge under Grounds for Challenge number 5, the 2. It is important that officially enrolled students attend the first class meeting of student shall provide evidence that the student has declared a broad may result in the instruc - every course. Failure to attend the first class session educational intent or specific educational goal and has developed a Student tor dropping the student from the class. Students should be especially careful Educational Plan in conformity with the provisions of Section 55530(d) of not to accumulate excessive absences. Waitlist and non-waitlist students must Subchapter 6 of Chapter 6 of Division 6 of Title 5 of the California Code of attend the first day of instruction to be considered for an add code. . Regulations AUDITING COURSES Challenge Procedure Currently enrolled students who wish to audit must have previously completed Filing of Challenge the course successfully the maximum times allowed at Cypress College. An with respect to any prerequisite, corequisite or limitation on 1. A challenge audit form must be filed with the Admissions and Records Office. Students must enrollment initiated pursuant to this policy shall be made upon the appropri - petition to audit during the second week of the class. Enrolled students must ate challenge form, which may be obtained from a counselor or the Office of pay $15.00 per unit, the health fee and other fees as required. For additional Instruction. information, contact the Admissions and Records Office. The completed challenge form must be filed with the Office of Instruction in 2. accordance with the following deadlines: CALIFORNIA RESIDENCE REQUIREMENT For tuition purposes, California Community Colleges are required to determine a. for the Fall term, not earlier than Friday of the fifteenth week of the a student’s residency. California law states that residency is physical presence Spring semester and not later than the first day of instruction for the Fall coupled with the intent to remain in California. semester; b. for the Spring term, not earlier than Friday of the twelfth week of the To qualify for residency status, a student must have been a California resident Fall semester and not later than the first day of instruction for the Spring for one year and one day prior to the first day of instruction. The burden of semester; proof to clearly demonstrate both physical presence in California and intent to establish California residence lies with the student. See the College Catalog c. for the Summer Intersession, not earlier than the first Monday in May and college website for residency information. Visit the Admissions and Records and not later than the first day of final examinations for the Spring Office for additional details. semester. In the case of a challenge under Grounds for Challenge number 4, the com- CHALLENGING PREREQUISITES, COREQUISITES, OR pleted challenge form must be accompanied by appropriate evidence of skill OTHER LIMITATIONS ON ENROLLMENT or accomplishment such as placement/assessment results, transcripts from Grounds for Challenge an accredited institution or appropriate foreign institution, work-related experi - Where a student is denied enrollment in a program or course on the grounds ence, or other evidence of relevant experience. To warrant consideration, any that the student does not meet a prerequisite or corequisite, or on the basis of such evidence shall be of a clear and reliable nature. other limitations on enrollment, the student may challenge such prerequisite, corequisite or limitation on one or more of the following grounds: CHANGE OF ADDRESS Students are expected to notify the Admissions and Records Office when their The prerequisite, corequisite or other limitation on enrollment has not been 1. address, email and/or phone number changes. Personal Information Change established in accordance with the district’s process for establishing pre - forms are available in the Admissions and Records Office and there is no requisites, corequisites and other limitations on enrollment; charge for this form. Address and phone updates can also be made using The prerequisite, corequisite or other limitation on enrollment is either 2. myGateway , this option is available under myGateway . After logging into unlawfully discriminatory or is being applied in an unlawfully discriminatory Personal Information on the student tab. The college is not responsible for any manner; delay in communications sent to an outdated address or email that the student The basis upon which the district has established an enrollment limita tion 3. has not corrected. does not in fact exist; The student has the knowledge or ability to succeed in the course or 4. CHANGE OF NAME program despite not meeting the prerequisite or corequisite; Students that wish to change their name on official college records must obtain 5. The student will be subject to undue delay in attaining the goal of his or her and file the Personal Information Change form in the Admissions and Records educational plan because the prerequisite or corequisite course has not Office. Proof of a legal name change may be required and there is no fee for been made reasonably available by the college. this form. When the name change is processed, it is recommended that a new student ID card should be purchased and a new picture taken at Photo ID in Burden of Proof the Student Center. The student shall bear the burden of proof in demonstrating that grounds exist for the challenge. In the case of a challenge under Grounds for Challenge number 4, the 1. student shall provide evidence of knowledge and/or skills, by virtue of assessment testing, academic coursework, independent learn- placement/ ing, experience, or a combination of these which are at least equivalent to the knowledge and/or skills the student would have possessed had he or she successfully completed the prerequisite or corequisite.

138 136 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / CHILDREN ON THE CYPRESS COLLEGE CAMPUS from registering or notified by mail that their enrollment in a course is in conflict with this policy. Introduction Cypress College celebrates the presence of many children in the lives of our EXAMINATIONS campus family and the college is committed to doing everything possible to Class instruction includes frequent examinations throughout the semester so ensure the health, safety and well being of all children. that students can judge their progress. Final examinations are given on the last day of the class. The final examination is a requirement for each course. Why do we need these guidelines? All students must take these examinations at the scheduled time and place. The college manages its campus primarily for adults and is not held respon - Any exceptions to the above policy will be made only after consultation with sible for supervising children. Furthermore, students and faculty expect to be the division dean. able to conduct their activities in an academic environment. Therefore, any parent or guardian who brings a child to Cypress College must adhere strictly to GRADES established guidelines. A parent or guardian can be any student, faculty or staff myGateway . Grades are not mailed Grades are available to be viewed online on member, vendor, or campus visitor. to students. A paper copy of your grades can be obtained with photo ID from a student transcript of the Admissions and Records Office. This printout is not Who is a child? record or a verification of student enrollment. Students may order official copies For purposes of these child-protection guidelines, the term “child” applies to of these documents from the Admissions and Records Office for a nominal fee. any person under the age of 18 who is not otherwise enrolled in a program or course at Cypress College, including programs/courses offered by the School OPEN ENROLLMENT of Continuing Education. It is the policy of the North Orange County Community College District that every course, course section or class, wherever offered and conducted throughout Guidelines to be followed: the District, shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person • Children may not accompany parents or guardians to classes, labs or the who is eligible for admission to the college and who meets such prerequisites worksite. as may be established pursuant to the provisions of Title 5 of the California • “Arms-length supervision” by a parent or guardian is required at all times. Administrative Code and the policy of the Board of Trustees of the North Orange County Community College District. Should a child become disruptive, both the parent or guardian and child may • be asked to leave the campus. PASS/NO PASS OPTION (FORMERLY CREDIT/NO CREDIT OPTION) If a full term course is listed in the Class Schedule as “PASS/NO PASS/LETTER CLASS CANCELLATIONS GRADE OPTION,” a student wishing to take the course on a credit basis only Cypress College reserves the right to cancel any class for which the enrollment must file a “Request for Pass/No Pass Grading Option” form with Admissions is not sufficient to warrant continuation and to change the class hours and/or and Records by the end of the fifth week of the semester. The filing date for days as necessity demands. Summer, late start and short-term courses and open entry classes is by 30% of the class meetings. The decision to take a course on a P/NP basis is irreversible COURSE NUMBERING once the request has been submitted to the Admissions and Records Office. Courses completed at Cypress College, which are not designated as Non- Refer to the College Catalog for more information or inquire at the Admissions Degree credit, will transfer to other community colleges. Courses numbered and Records Office. from 001 C–099 C are remedial, occupational and/or technical and designed in content and organization for students who do not intend to transfer for the PRIVACY RELEASE Bachelor’s degree. Courses numbered from 100 C–299 C (including Honors Pursuant to the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, the classes) have been certified by Cypress College as being of baccalaureate level North Orange County Community College District has established Board Policy for the school year and are transferable to any campus of the California State 5040 — Student Records, Directory Information, and Privacy, which covers the University system. - release of student records. The College may make public, without prior stu The transfer institution, however, will determine the extent to which a course dent consent, only certain directory information. This information will consist satisfies the requirements of a particular degree program. Credit not otherwise of the student’s name, major field of study, participation in officially recognized applied shall be acceptable as general electives to the extent that the particular activities and sports, weight and height of athletic teams, dates of attendance, degree objective permits. Students who plan to transfer to any campus of the degrees and awards received, the most recent previous public or private school - University of California or other university or college should check with a coun attended by the student, and any other information authorized in writing by the selor and www.Assist.org for transferable courses since UC does not accept all student. courses numbered 100 C–299 C (including Honors classes). Students who wish to have this directory information further restricted may do so on the online college Application for Admission or by making the request in COURSE PROGRESSION the Admissions and Records Office. Directory information will then be provided Students are expected to take courses on an acceptable progressive basis. to only those individuals who have a written authorization from the student. Students will not receive credit for classes which are considered lower in degree of advancement than those already taken. No other student information will be disclosed without prior student consent except to college officials and employees of the District with legitimate edu - COURSE REPETITION cational interests unless sought pursuant to a court order or lawfully issued As a general rule, a course in which a student has earned a grade of D, F, NC, subpoena, or as otherwise authorized by applicable federal and state laws. NP, or W may be repeated twice. Students who have earned a grade of A, B, C, A copy of this District policy is available on the District website, www. CR or P may repeat a course under extenuating circumstances. A Petition for nocccd.edu. Exception must be submitted to the Admissions and Records Office for approval prior to repeating a course; otherwise, students will be electronically blocked

139 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / 137 VERIFICATION OF ENROLLMENT TRANSCRIPT OF RECORD Beginning Fall 2006, Cypress College authorized the National Student Clearing - - Cypress College has partnered with Credentials, Inc. to provide transcript ser ® . This new service allows current and former stu- house (NSC) to provide degree and enrollment verifications on behalf of the vices via TranscriptsPlus dents to request transcripts online and to choose from the following formats college. NSC provides free, self-service enrollment certificates to students and for delivery: adheres to the privacy mandates of FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974). EDI electronic transmission to participating colleges and universities • Students can request NSC enrollment verification certificates ten business days • PDF via email after the beginning of a term. Access NSC by logging onto www.CypressCollege. • Hardcopy edu. Click on “Student Records” under student links. Choose Cypress College Each transcript format reflects all academic work attempted at Cypress College. Enrollment Verification via National Student Clearinghouse and obtain an enroll- Chronologically, it lists all courses, units, grades, grade points, total units, a ment certificate. All other verifications will be charged $3.00 per request. cumulative grade point average and other relevant academic data. The normal processing time for transcripts is 5–7 working days. WITHDRAWAL OR DROP POLICY it is the While an instructor may drop a student who has poor attendance, The cost of the transcripts is $5.00 per request. Expedited service for transcript student’s responsibility to officially withdraw from a class . Students can processing is available for a $10.00 fee per request. Transcript request can be drop classes by accessing myGateway during its posted hours. Failure to with- ® : or via TranscriptsPlus myGateway made online through draw officially from a class can result in a substandard grade being posted on https://www.credentials-inc.com/cgi-bin/dvcgitp.pgm?ALUMTRO001193 the student’s permanent record. All students are eligible to receive up to two free transcripts; however, the free- Semester Courses transcript option is available directly from the Admissions and Records Office. First weeks of the term — The student or the instructor may initiate a two To request a free transcript, eligible students must make their request in writing withdrawal. No notation shall be made on the student’s academic record. For and show photo ID. To release a transcript to a third party, students must submit Important Dates in this Class Schedule. exact dates refer to an Authorization to Release Education Records to the Admissions and Records — The student or the instructor may initiate Office. The form can be obtained from the Admissions and Records Office or Third week through twelfth week a withdrawal. A “W” shall be recorded on the student’s permanent record. For downloaded from the Admissions and Records webpage: Important Dates Class Schedule. exact dates refer to in this http://www.CypressCollege.edu/admissions/admissionsAndRecords/ downloadableForms.aspx Short Courses Refer to the comment line under the CRN of the class for withdrawal deadline ® and instructions on how to For additional information about TranscriptsPlus - dates. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of these dates; how place an order, please access the transcript link on the Admissions and Records ever, they are subject to change without notice in order to comply with State webpage: accounting regulations. http://www.CypressCollege.edu/admissions/admissionsAndRecords ® Or, for assistance placing an order, please contact the TranscriptsPlus Customer Service Department at (847) 716-3005 between the hours of and 8:00 pm Monday through Thursday and between 7:00 am and 7:00 am 6:00 pm (CST/CDT) on Fridays.

140 138 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / Prohibition of Harassment Title IX and Civil Rights Grievances The policy of the North Orange County Community College District is to pro - NORTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT vide an educational, employment, and business environment including but not NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT limited to access to its services, classes, and programs in which no person It is the policy of the North Orange County Community College District to provide shall be subjected to unlawful harassment and where such environment is free - an educational, employment, and business environment, including but not lim from unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, sexual favorit - ited to access to its services, classes, and programs, in which no person shall ism, or other verbal or physical conduct or communications constituting sexual be unlawfully subjected to discrimination or sexual harassment, nor unlawfully harassment. It shall also be free of other unlawful harassment, including but denied full and equal access to the benefits of District programs or activities not limited to harassment that is based on: ethnic group identification, national on the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion, age, sex, origin, religion, age, sex, gender, gender identification, gender expression, race, - gender, gender identification, gender expression, race, color, medical condi color, medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, mari - tion, genetic information, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, physical tal status, physical or mental disability, or military and veteran status of any or mental disability, or military and veteran status as defined and prohibited by person, or because he or she is perceived to have one or more of the foregoing state and federal statutes. Any student who engages in unlawful discrimination characteristics. Students and employees who believe they have been harassed or sexual harassment in violation of this policy will be subject to disciplinary or retaliated against in violation of this policy should immediately report such action, which may include suspension or expulsion. incidents by following the procedures described in Administrative Procedure The following person is designated by the North Orange County Community 3410, Unlawful Discrimination. College District as the Responsible Officer/Section 504 and Title IX Coordinator The following person is designated by the North Orange County Community for receiving and coordinating the investigation of all unlawful discrimination College District as the Responsible Officer for receiving and coordinating complaints filed pursuant to section 59328 of Title 5 of the California Code the investigation of all unlawful harassment complaints, including sexual of Regulations, and for coordinating compliance with section 504 of the harassment: Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1992, and response to discrimi - Irma Ramos Name: nation complaints related thereto: Vice Chancellor, Human Resources Position: Address: 1830 W. Romneya Drive Position: Vice Chancellor, Human Resources Anaheim, CA 92801-1819 Address: 1830 W. Romneya Drive Telephone: (714) 808-4826 Anaheim, CA 92801-1819 Telephone: (714) 808-4826 Students who believe they have been subjected to unlawful discrimination, Student Right to Know Campus Security Act including sexual harassment, or who seek information regarding the District’s In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of Unlawful Discrimination Policy, should contact the Vice Chancellor of Human 1990, it is the policy of the North Orange County Community College District Resources. and Cypress College to make available its completion and transfer rates to all current and prospective students. Beginning in Fall, 2001, all certificate-, Victims of Sexual Assault degree-, and transfer-seeking first-time, full-time students were tracked over a three-year period; their completion and transfer rates are listed below. These Students who are victims of sexual assault occurring on District property or on rates do not represent the success rates of the entire student population at an off-campus site or facility maintained by the District, or who seek information Cypress College, nor do they account for student outcomes occurring after this or assistance regarding a sexual assault, should contact the campus Director three-year tracking period. of Health Services at (714) 484-7361 or the Director of Campus Public Safety Based upon the cohort defined above, 33% attained a certificate, degree or at (714) 484-7455. Except as may otherwise be required by law, all inquiries became “transfer prepared” during a three-year period (fall, 2013, to spring, will be maintained in confidence. Victims of sexual assault should immedi- 2016). Students who are “transfer-prepared” have completed 60 transferable ately report the incident to the Campus Safety Department, Cypress Police units with a GPA of 2.0 or better. Department and the campus Title IX officer. The Title IX Officer for the campus is the Executive Vice President of Educational Programs & Support Services Based upon the cohort defined above, 15% transferred to another postsec- (714) 484-7330. The Title IX Officer for the District is the Vice Chancellor of ondary institution (CSU, UC, or another California Community College) prior to Human Resources (714) 808-4826. attaining a degree, certificate or becoming “transfer prepared” during a five- semester period (spring, 2014 to spring, 2016). More detailed information related to the reporting of criminal actions which have occurred on campus may be obtained from the President’s Office, Public Safety, Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Bursar’s Office, Student Activities, Library and the website.

141 139 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Student Services PLEASE NOTE! BURSAR’S OFFICE The office hours listed are subject to change. For updated information, please The Bursar’s Office processes registration payments and registration refunds, visit our Class Schedule online at: www.CypressCollege.edu. accepts deposits and processes requests for expenditures for a variety of areas - on campus including Associated Students and all campus clubs, and moni ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS - tors campus fundraising activities. This office is also responsible for disburse The Admissions and Records Office admits and registers all students, maintains ment of scholarship funds. The Bursar’s Office is located on the first floor of the and retrieves various types of records. The Office evaluates and distributes Student Center. For information, call (714) 484-7317. - records, evaluates certificate and graduation applications, insuring the accu Normal Hours of Operation: racy of each student’s permanent record. The Office is responsible for certifying MON–THU 8:00 am– 5:00 pm - and reporting enrollment and attendance data and provides registration infor FRI 8:00 am–12:00 pm mation to the community, student body, faculty and staff. The Admissions and Records Office is located on the first floor of the Student Center. For additional CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) information, call (714) 484-7346. The CalWORKs program provides services to Cypress College students who Hours of Operation: are on public assistance. Through the CalWORKs program, students may be MON–THU 8:00 am– 6:00 pm eligible for paid work study opportunities; Child care; academic guidance 8:00 am– 5:00 pm FRI and counseling; ancillary funds for books and supplies; Work activity prog - CLOSED SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS ress report form completion; Communication assistance with the Department All hours subject to change. of Social Services; Workshops to enhance living skills; Networking activities. Staff are not employed by the Social Services Agency (SSA). They are employed ADULT RE-ENTRY PROGRAM by the North Orange County Community College District as advocates of self- The Adult Re-entry Program recognizes that learning is a lifelong process and is sufficiency through education for our students. If you are attending Cypress - dedicated to meeting the needs of “non-traditional” students. Our Program pro College and receiving public assistance, please contact the CalWORKs office at vides a combination of services to explore career, academic and success issues as (714) 484-7237. The office is located in the Cypress College Complex on the - you progress on your educational path. Let us help you discover the many oppor second floor in room 201. tunities, services and options available. The Program offers counseling, classes, Normal Hours of Operation: workshops, resources and referrals. The Adult Re-entry Program is located in MON–THU 8:00 am– 6:00 pm the Career Planning Center on the second floor of the Student Center, Bldg 8:00 am– 5:00 pm FRI 484-7120. www.CypressCollege.edu/services/ #19. For information, call (714) counseling/adultReentryProgram.aspx. CAMPUS SAFETY Normal Hours of Operation: The Campus Lost and Found Center will hold items for 90 days. Students should 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU attempt to recover lost items in the area where they believe they were lost, and FRI 8:00 am– 5:00 pm then check the Lost and Found Center in the Campus Safety Office, located on the first floor of the Business Building, (714) 484-7387. BOOKSTORE Normal Hours of Operation: All textbooks and supplies will be available for purchase in the bookstore at least MON–FRI 8:00 am– 5:00 pm two weeks before each semester or mid-semester class begins. The Cypress College Bookstore also offers special orders for those books that students can- CARE (COOPERATIVE AGENCIES RESOURCES IN EDUCATION) not find in area stores. Visit our website at http://www.CypressCollegeShop. The CARE (Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education) program provides com to rent or purchase textbooks online. Textbook purchases can be picked additional services and grants to eligible EOPS single parents who are on public up or delivered for a nominal fee. See website for more details. Cypress College assistance. Through CARE, eligible EOPS students receive supplemental edu - Bookstore gift cards are now available for customer convenience. The gift cational support services, such as counseling and advisement; group support; cards are rechargeable and are good for any purchases within the Bookstore. peer networking; information and referrals to campus and community-based Students may sell their textbooks and certain workbooks back to the bookstore services or agencies; networking activities specifically designed for low-income throughout the semester. single parents; and workshops on topics including self-esteem, parenting, Normal Hours of Operation: study skills, and time management. Grants, bus passes and school supplies; 7:45 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU transportation costs and other educational support are provided to enhance the 7:45 am–12:00 pm FRI retention, persistence, graduation and transfer rates of these highly motivated CLOSED SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS students. First Week of Each Semester Extended Hours: If you are a single parent and interested in receiving benefits available to 7:45 am– 8:00 pm MON–THU you, please call (714) 484-7368. The office is located in the Cypress College FRI 7:45 am– 6:00 pm Complex on the second floor in room 201. Normal Hours of Operation: MON–THU 8:00 am– 6:00 pm FRI 8:00 am– 5:00 pm

142 140 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu / CAREER PLANNING CENTER EXPRESS COUNSELING The Career Planning Center (CPC) offers services designed to assist students The College maintains a complete guidance service. Counselors assist students - and the general public to move forward with confidence, new skills, and strat in planning a program of courses and are available to help in other matters egies for success. Visit the Career Planning Center to discover your career- affecting the student’s progress in college. Appointments may be scheduled related interests, values, strengths, skills and personality; explore occupations, to ensure that the student receives maximum benefit from their counseling majors and schools; research career options; make career and college deci - service. The Counseling Center is located on the second floor of the Student sions; and improve your job-search skills, strategies and preparation. The Center. Walk-in counseling is available daily in the Express Counseling or CPC offers one-on-one counseling to help you select college majors, explore appointments can be made by calling (714) 484-7015. occupational possibilities, and discover career goals. Also available are career Normal Hours of Operation: classes, career assessments, student success workshops, a research library, 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU and career-related software programs. The Career Planning Center is located FRI 8:00 am– 5:00 pm on the second floor of the Student Center, Bldg #19. For information call EXTENDED OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS AND SERVICES (EOPS) (714) 484-7120. www.CypressCollege.edu/services/cpc. Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state and college Normal Hours of Operation: funded program designed to assist students with economic, linguistic, and 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU educational challenges (as defined by Title 5) enroll and succeed in higher 8:00 am– 5:00 pm FRI education. Comprehensive support services are provided to promote access to CENTER FOR INTERCULTURAL UNDERSTANDING college and once the student is enrolled, to increase retention and/or transfer to The Center for Intercultural Understanding (CIU) was formed to coordinate the four-year universities and colleges. These services include: programs of International Students and Multicultural Issues. The mission is to Application Assistance enrich our learning community through intercultural understanding. The goals Orientation to EOPS of the CIU are to: Transfer Services 1. celebrate diversity Textbook Services 2. promote human relations Priority Registration 3. disseminate information Specialized Counseling and Advisement Services 4. provide a forum for dialogue Educational Supplies 5. build community relations EOPS Computer Lab 6. support globalization/internationalization of curriculum University Application Fee Waivers Enhanced Tutoring Services Please call for information (714) 484-7049. Transfer Readiness Workshops DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES (DSS) The CARE (Cooperative Agencies Resources in Education) program provides Disability Support Services are available to students with verified disabilities. additional services and grants to eligible single parents who are on public Typical services include counseling, registration assistance, test-taking assis - assistance. interpreters, adapted equipment, adapted computer services tance, note- takers, The EOPS and CARE staff are composed of dedicated professionals and student - and selected educational assistance classes. The High Tech Center is also avail workers who are committed to seeing you succeed in college. Services are able to assist students with assistive technology needs. DSS is located on the free of charge to EOPS eligible Cypress College students. To find out if you are first floor of the Cypress College Complex. Please call (714) 484-7104 or video eligible and to apply for EOPS or CARE, visit our office in the Cypress College 777-4208 for more information. phone at (657) Complex, 2nd floor, or call us at (714) 484-7368. Normal Hours of Operation: Normal Hours of Operation: MON–THU 8:00 am– 6:00 pm 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU 8:00 am– 5:00 pm FRI 8:00 am– 5:00 pm FRI ENGLISH SUCCESS CENTER (ESC) FINANCIAL AID Staffed by faculty from the English, Reading, and ESL Departments, as well Student financial aid is available through the college for students who need as tutors, the English Success Center (located in LLRC-126) offers students a financial assistance in order to pursue their college education. Students are variety of faculty-designed workshops and directed learning activities aimed encouraged to contact the Financial Aid Office located in the Cypress College at improving reading and writing skills. Students can also drop in if they have Complex, 1st floor, Room 120 or call (714) 484-7114 or visit us online at a question about a writing assignment, want to meet with a tutor, or need www.CypressCollege.edu/financial-aid to obtain information and the required a computer to work on English homework. To contact the ESC please call forms to receive financial assistance. (714) 484-7322. Normal Hours of Operation: Financial Aid Programs Available 9:00 am– 7:00 pm MON–THU California College Promise Grant (CCPG) — covers enrollment fees 10:00 am– 3:00 pm FRI Cal Grant (B or C programs) Cal Grant A – for eligible baccalaureate degree students Pell Grant Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) Federal Work Study (FWS) — part time employment on campus Direct Loans

143 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu 141 Required Application Forms HEALTH SERVICES Submit a “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” (FAFSA) The Student Health Center exists to promote physical and emotional wellness, https://fafsa.gov prevent illness and injury, provide basic outpatient health services, and to Submit a “California Dream Application” (for eligible AB540 students) educate students toward taking responsibility for their own health. https://dream.csac.ca.gov There is no charge to see Mental Health Counselor, Nurses, Nurse Practitioner, Application Timeline — Fall 2018 & Spring 2019 or Physician. Nominal fees may be assessed for lab tests, immunizations, medi - Application Period: October 1, 2017 thru June 30, 2019 cations, and special exam procedures. Appointments are recommended to see CalGrant filing deadline for initial awards: March 2, 2018 the health care provider. Emergencies are triaged immediately. For additional community college awards: September 2, 2018 All students are covered by an accident insurance policy, which provides (date postmarked) coverage for accidents while on campus during required attendance and while For Information using college-sponsored transportation to and from college activities (private Cypress College Financial Aid Office insurance is primary). The health fee is not health insurance, please refer to the Cypress College Complex, 1st Floor, Room 120 Health Center website for more information. 9200 Valley View Street To make use of health services or to get further information stop by the Health Cypress, CA 90630 (714) 484-7114 Center located on the first floor of the Gym II Building “under the blue awning.” www.CypressCollege.edu/financial-aid Visit the website or call (714) 484-7361. Normal Hours of Operation: Normal Hours of Operation: MON–THU 8:00 am– 6:00 pm 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU FRI 8:00 am– 5:00 pm 8:00 am–12:00 pm FRI FOOD SERVICES — Charger Café INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS PROGRAM In the Student Center Cypress College welcomes applications for its International Student Program. 7:45 am– 8:00 pm MON–THU One of the goals of the program is to provide positive educational opportuni- CLOSED FRI, SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS ties for students in an effort to improve the global community. The staff offers (714) 484-7484 assistance with academic advisement, registration into classes and orienting Bookstore Express students to living in Southern California. MON–THU 7:45 am– 8:00 pm Only persons who qualify for F-1 student visa are eligible for admission. 8:00 am–12:00 pm FRI Deadlines for the acceptance of applications from international students are CLOSED SAT, SUN and Holidays July 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester. FOUNDATION/SCHOLARSHIPS Applications are available in the program office, which is located in Building 11, In addition to supporting various programs and projects on campus, the Cypress Gym 2, Room 204 or visit our website at www.CypressCollege.edu and link to College Foundation awards $400,000 in scholarships to over 600 students each Inter national Students. year. Normally, applications are available at the Foundation office in December Normal Hours of Operation: and are due back in early February. Student book loans and emergency assis - MON–THU 8:00 am– 6:00 pm tance are also available. FRI 8:00 am–12:00 pm Normal Hours of Operation: 8:00 am– 5:00 pm MON–FRI LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER (LRC) Located on the first floor of the Library/Learning Resource Center (LLRC), the GUARDIAN SCHOLARS Learning Resource Center includes a Computer Commons (open computer Guardian Scholars is a program committed to supporting ambitious college lab), a Language Lab (Room 126), the English Success Center (Room 126) and bound current and former foster youth. Program benefits include assistance a Math Learning Center (Room 127). FREE tutoring is available for Cypress in priority registration; personal and academic counseling; completing college College students. Tutors in math, sciences, and other subjects are also avail - entrance forms; Financial Aid application assistance, mentoring opportunities, able. Call (714) 484-7183 or stop in for information. friendship and support. Our program collaborates with Orangewood Children’s The Computer Commons provides nearly 100 computers with access to the Foundation and other human service agencies. internet, and applications to complete classroom assignments. Power ports and If you are a current or former foster youth and interested in receiving benefits wireless connectivity are provided for students with personal laptop computers available to you, contact our office at (714) 484-7238. The office is located in or PDAs. Students may print in color or black and white, and a photocopier the Cypress College Complex on the second floor in the EOPS office, Room 201. is also available. The Math/Science Learning Center (Room 127) is staffed by Normal Hours of Operation: faculty and peer tutors, offering assistance in solving math problems or under - 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU standing math concepts. Call (714) 484-7183 for information. 8:00 am– 5:00 pm FRI Normal Hours of Operation: MON–THU 8:00 am– 9:00 pm FRI 8:00 am– 3:45 pm SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS CLOSED

144 142 CypressCollege.edu / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 LIBRARY TRANSFER CENTER The library (located on the second floor of the Library/Learning Resource The Transfer Center assists students interested in continuing their education Building) maintains a collection of approximately 68,000 books, periodical - at four-year institutions. Students are offered opportunities to meet with repre subscriptions as well as CDs and DVDs. Students may access the internet, the - sentatives from four-year schools for academic advisement, application work paper article data- library catalog and the extensive full-text journal and news shops, and transfer information fairs. Students can access transfer resources bases, such as ProQuest, EBSCOhost, and the TILT academic research program including college catalogs, articulation agreements, reference books, degree via twenty-four internet stations located in the Reference area. Remote access major programs, and university admission requirements. The Transfer Center is is available from any internet computer by linking to the library home page located on the second floor of the Student Center. Please call for any additional and from off-campus with a User ID and password. The library also maintains information (714) 484-7129. a textbook reserve collection for students who may need access for a limited Normal Hours of Operation: time inside the library. 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU 8:00 am– 5:00 pm FRI In addition, available resources include individual study spaces, group study Check our website for more information and up-to-date college visitation rooms, photocopiers, various listening and viewing stations and the ability to details: www.CypressCollege.edu/services/transfer. text or chat with a reference librarian via a mobile device or the library home page. To contact the library please call (714) 484-7125. VETERANS BENEFITS Normal Hours of Operation: Cypress College is approved as a degree-granting institution for the attendance 7:30 am– 9:00 pm MON–THU of veterans under Title 38, United States Code. This includes the programs cov - FRI 7:30 am– 1:00 pm ered in Chapters 1606, 30, 31, 33 and 35. The College is also approved to CLOSED SAT, SUN & HOLIDAYS participate in the Cal-Vet Fee Waiver program. MATH LEARNING CENTER (MLC) Veterans who plan to enroll in Cypress College and need more information Students will find instructors and qualified tutors available for assistance in regarding their educational benefits or priority registration should contact the solving mathematical problems or in understanding mathematical concepts in Veterans Resource Center at (714) 484-7150. The Veterans Resource Center is the Mathematics Learning Center, located on the first floor, in room 127 of located on the second floor of the Cypress College Complex. - the Library/Learning Resource Center. The center also offers students a vari The Veterans Resource Center works closely with Admissions and Records, ety of faculty-designed workshops and directed learning activities aimed at Academic Counseling, Financial Aid, and various Veteran agencies to provide improving Math skills. For more information or help please call (714) 484-7151. the Veteran with services contributing to a successful educational experience. Normal Hours of Operation: For information regarding: 8:00 am– 8:00 pm MON–THU 10:00 am– 3:00 pm FRI • Priority Registration • In house tutoring/Vet to Vet tutoring STUDENT ACTIVITIES • Computer access Normal Hours of Operation: • UsV ets “Outside the Wire” program Student Activities Center MON–THU 8:00 am– 6:00 pm Office 8:00 am– 4:00 pm FRI • Academic Counseling • Cypress College Veterans Organization STUDENT CENTER • CalVet Fee Waiver program Normal Hours of Operation: • Educational Benefits 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU Photo ID 8:00 am–12:00 pm FRI • Mentorship Program Phone (714) 484-7150 STUDENT SUCCESS AND SUPPORT PROGRAM Hours of Operation for Fall and Spring: The mission of the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) is to increase 8:00 am– 6:00 pm MON–THU student access and success by providing effective core services such as ori - 8:00 am–12:00 pm FRI entation, assessment and placement, counseling, academic advising, and early , all new students are intervention to foster student success. Effective fall 2014 required to complete Assessment, Orientation, Counseling and have at least a one semester Educational Plan to be eligible for Early Enrollment. Please call for any additional information (714) 484-7097. Normal Hours of Operation: MON–FRI 8:00 am– 5:00 pm

145 143 CYPRESS COLLEGE 2018-2019 CYPRESS COLLEGE NATIVE (LOCAL) GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Date: ID#: @ Student’s Name: Degree: A.A. Counselor A.S. Major Associate Degree Requirements: Includes fulfillment of both the cultural diversity and reading requirements, major course-work toward an occupational degree (AA or AS), completion of 60 degree eligible units with a minimum grade point average of 2.0 and satisfaction of a 25-unit general education requirement as described in the following list. Courses taken for general education must be on the native minimum of AA/AS General Education list at the time they are taken. Students should check with their counselor in planning completion of General Education requirements. =In Progress R =Remaining (Check boxes accordingly) LEGEND: C =Completed IP AP CREDIT or CATEGORY A. LANGUAGE AND RATIONALITY 6-UNIT MINIMUM OTHER C IP R COLLEGE must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. Communication Written COURSE(S) A1 3 Unit Minimum WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: □ □ ) (100HC ENGL 100C A2 ANALYTICAL THINKING: 3 Unit Minimum □ □ 050C, 100C COMM (100HC ), 135C 111C CIS □ □ □ □ ENGL 103C** (104HC** ), 104C** (103HC** ), 106C**, 135C PHIL 170C, 172C, 175C (begin F17) CATEGORY B. NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS 6-UNIT MINIMUM Mathematics must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. B1 LIFE SCIENCES AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES: 3 Unit Minimum □ □ (101 HC ANTH ), 101LC, 210C 101C □ □ □ □ ASTR 116C (116HC ) /117C /117HC □ □ 101C BIOL ), 102C, 103C, 107C, 111C/112C , 113C/114C, 122C, 160C, 174C, 175C, 210C, 230C , (101HC 231C(begin F06), 241C(begin F06), 276C(begin F16), 277C(begin F16), 278C(begin F16) CHEM 100C, 101C, 103C, 104C, 107C, 111AC, 111BC, 201C(begin F15) 102C/102LC,140C GEOG □ □ □ □ 100C GEOL )/101C, 100C /115C (100HC )/115C, 103C, 105C, 120C, 125C, 130C/131C, 190C /101C (100HC 104C PHSC 130C, 201C, 210C, 211C, 221C PHYS ◊ (begin F18) PSY 221C *B2 MATHEMATICS: 3 Uni t Minimum ( Courses need a prereq uisite of Elementary Algebra or higher) □ MATH 030 C(begin F09), 038C, 040C, 041C,100C,110C, 115C, 120C , 130C, 141C, 142C, 150AC, 150BC, 250AC, 250BC □ □ 161C PSY (161HC ) □ □ SOC 161C (161HC ) 6- UNIT MINIMUM CATEGORY C. ARTS AND HUMANITIES C1 ARTS: 3 Unit Minimum □ □ 100C, 110C, 111C, 112C ), 1 14C, 120C, 123C, 150C, 151C, 182C, 185C, 194C(formerly 189C), 216C (112HC ART 100C, 101C∞, 105C, 106C, 107C, 108C, 111C, 112C, 120C , 134C DANC □ □ ) 125C (125HC ENGL MAD 196C,198C(begin F18) □ □ MUS 101C, 103C, 113C∞, 116C, 117C, 118C 274C, 280C, 282C, 291C (118HC ), 119C, 120C, 127C, ; MUSA 104C(formerly MUS 122C) □ , , 101C PHOT 204C(begin F18) □ □ □ 100C,101C,102C(F95-F10;begin F13),107C∞ THEA ),108C(formerly 106C),120C,126C (107HC∞ ,129C,132C, 133 C,149C HUMANITIES: 3 Unit Minimum C2 ANTH 105C(begin F14), 107C CHIN 100C, 1 01C, 102C, 203C □ □ COMM 220C ◊) ◊ (220HC □ □ □ □ 102C** ENGL (234HC ), 110C, 111C, 126C, 127C(begin F17) ), 239C∞, , 208C, 211C, 212C, 221C, 222C, 234C (102HC** 243C, 247C∞, 248C(begin F18),255C∞, 256C∞, 260C , (begin F17), 151C∞(formerly 141C) (begin F17), 152C∞ (begin F17), 160C∞ (begin F17) (begin F17), 131C∞ ETHS 130C∞ (begin F17) ∞ 171C FREN 101C, 102C, 203C, 204C □ □ ), □ □ □ □ □ □ HIST ,170C ),160C ◊ (170HC (111HC ◊),171C 111C ◊ (171HC (110HC ◊),270C ◊, 275C ◊ ◊(beg F18),161C 110C ◊(beg F18),165C INDS 100C, 101C 100C, 101C, 102C, 125C, 203C, 204C JAPN 110C JOUR □ □ PHIL 100C (100HC ), 101C, 110C, 120C, 135C(begin F16), 160C, 201C, 202C, 230C, 240C(begin F17) 101C, 102C PORT SPAN 101C, 102C, 201C, 202C, 203C, 204C

146 144 =Completed =In Progress R =Remaining (Check boxes accordingly) LEGEND: C IP AP CREDIT or 6-UNIT MINIMUM CATEGORY D. SOCIAL SCIENCES OTHER C IP R COLLEGE COURSE(S) AJ 110C (begin F18),120C (begin F18) D □ □ ANTH 102C , 105C (begin F18) , , 106C,121C ∞, 208C(begin F17) (102HC ), 103C(formerly 203C), 104C(begin F17) 211C(begin F17), 225C(begin F17) □ □ COMM 120C ∞,220C ◊ (220HC ◊) □ □ □ □ 100C ECON ), 110C, 120C,260C (100HC (105HC ), 105C □ □ 101C ETHS ∞(formerly 100C) (101HC ∞)(formerly 100HC), 129C∞, 130C∞, 131C∞, 150C∞(formerly 140C), 151C∞(formerly 141C), 152C∞, 153C∞,160C∞, 170C∞, 171C∞, 235C(begin F17) □ □ 100C GEOG (100HC ), 130C(begin F17) , 160C,260C □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ HIST 110C ), 111C (112HC (110HC ), 113C ), 112C (113HC (111HC ), 135C,142C(begin F05), 143C, 151C(begin □ □ □ □ F15), 152C(begin F15), 160C◊ , 161C ◊, 163C(begin F05), 165C, 170C◊ (171HC◊ (170HC◊ ), 171C◊ ), 190C(formerly 162AC), 191C(formerly 162BC), 270C◊ (begin F05),275C◊∞ 277C∞ HS □ □ 200C(begin F17) , 250C HUSR 06) ,292C (begin F (begin F06), 255C KIN 280C(begin F17), 281C(begin F17) , 283C (begin F17), 248C (begin F18) , 249C(begin F17, formerly PE 250C ), 285C(begin F17) MGT 161C, 266C □ □ POSC 100C ), 101C, 120C, 200C, 209C, 210C, 215C, 216C, 230C,209C (100HC □ □ □ PSY 101C ),120C (begin F08),131C(begin F18),139C(begin F17),145C,202C(begin F18),221C(begin (101HC □ F18),222C(begin F18),240C(begin F05),251C, 255C (begin F06) REC 102C □ □ □ □ SOC 101C (begin F08), 225C(begin F18),250C (begin F06), 275C, 277C(begin F15) ), 102C, (101HC 120C CATEGORY E. PHY SICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH 1-UNIT MINIMUM E DANC 100C , 102 C,103C, 105C, 106C, 107C, 108C,109C,110C, 111C, 112C, 113C, 114C, 115C, 116C,117C, 121C , 122C , , 134C , 136C, 137C, 139C, 140C, 141C, 142C, 143C, 144C, 145C, 203C, 204C , 205C(begin 124C , 130C, 131C, 132C, 133C 215C, 296 C, 298C, 299C F17), 206C, 208C , 212C , 214C, HRC 100C , 281C(begin F17) , 283 C(begin F17), 284C (formerly PE , 244C 222C 100C KIN thru , 270C (begin F17), 280C(begin F17) 234 C), 285C(begin F17) Cypress College Graduation Requirements CULTURAL DIVERSITY 3- UNIT MINIMUM AJ 160C(begin F17) 277C HS 121C ANTH HUSR 295C 182C ATC 249C(formerly PE 250C), 281C(begin F17) KIN 120C COMM 205C MKT 152C COUN 113C(begin F05) MUS 101C DANC 209C POSC 208C, 239C, 247C, 255C, 256C; ENGL 131C(formerly 237C) PSY □ □ ETHS 101C (formerly 100C) (101HC )(formerly100HC), 129C, REC 102C(begin F17) 130C, 131C, 150C, 151C, 152C, 153C, 160C, 170C, 171C, 235C SOC 237C □ □ (107HC THEA ) 107C 275C HIST Completion of the Nursing Program also meets the Cultural Diversity graduation requirement. READING PROFICIENCY One of the following: 096C, 102C, 102HC, 103C (begin F14) (begin F 16), 104C (begin F14) , 104HC (begin F14) , 106C ENGL , 103HC A satisfactory score on the Cypress College Reading e requirement include: Other ways to meet th Proficiency Test; Completion of CSU GE Certification, IGETC Certification, or a Bachelor Degree from a U.S. Advanced Placement (AP) may satisfy regionally accredited institution. Specific External Exam Credit such as the requirement. See a counselor for details. LEGEND s for time The Mathematics requirement can also be met by passing a Mathematics Proficiency Examination. Refer to the schedule of classe * and date of administration of the examination. Also meets Reading Proficiency requirement for graduation. ** Also meets Cultural Diversity requirement for graduation. ∞ Course may be used to satisfy requirements for one area only. ◊ -honors and honors classes. Duplicate credit not granted for the same cross listed courses, nor for non □ NOTE : Underlining indicates a course is no longer offered at Cypress College. In order to receive General Education credit, the course must be on the official approved list at the time the course is taken. Please see a counselor to determine your catalog rights and the applicability of courses completed. To view the current Cypress College Native GE course list on-line, go to the Transfer Center website at: www.cypresscollege.edu/services/transfer/generalEducationPlans . Please confer with a counselor for more information and to discuss your major requirements

147 145 CYPRESS COLLEGE 2018- 2019 ATION BREADTH REQUIR CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUC EMENTS 39 Units Required Date: Student’s Name: ID#: @ Major: Transfer To: Counselor: for CSU: Students planning to graduate from one of the campuses of the California State University must Certification of General Education Requirements complete a minimum of 48 semester units in General Education breadth courses. Cypress College is permitted to certify completion of the lower division 39- unit general education requirement (a minimum of 9 units of General Education coursework must be completed at the upper division level after transfer ). To meet general education requirements and obtain certification, students must complete the pattern of courses in the categories listed. Please see the current or be pursuing the catalog for additional information on CSU- GE Partial Certification.) Certification is not automatic. Students must apply for GE certification CSU GE Certificate of Achievement through the Admissions and Records Office by the published deadline during the semester in which requirements will be or the Cypress completed or thereafter. The course must be on the list when it is taken in order to be certified. Students should refer to the legend below -Breadth Certification List on College CSU GE to verify that a course was valid when it was taken. A course or sequence of courses www.assist.org used to satisfy a requirement in one area may not be used to satisfy a requirement in another area. Some universities will not allow students to count courses in their major field as part of general education. Check with a counselor and review the university catalog for further clarification. =Completed IP =In Progress R =Remaining (Check boxes accordi ngly) LEGEND: C AP CREDIT or ENGLISH LANGUAGE COM THINKING 9 Unit Mi nimum A. MUNICATION AND CRITI CAL OTHER -units from each area. All courses in this category must be completed with a Requirement: Must include a minimum of 3 C IP R COLLEGE grade of “C” or better. COURSE(S) Oral Communication: A1 □ □ 100C COMM (100HC ) Written Com munication: A2 □ □ 100C ENGL ) (100HC Critical Thinking: A3 COMM 135C, 138C, 238C □ □ □ □ ENGL 103C (104HC ),104C ), 106C , (103HC PHIL 170C, 172C, 175C Minimum B. SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY AND QUANTITATIVE REAS ONING 9 Unit Must include one course from Physical Science AND one course from Life Science AND one course from Requirement: . Mathematics. One of the science courses must include a corresponding laboratory experience Physical Science w/ Lab: B1/B3 □ □ □ □ 116C ASTR ) (116HC /117C /117HC CHEM 100C, 101C, 104C, 107C, 111AC, 111BC, 201C (begin F13 ) GEOG 102C/102LC □ □ □ □ 100C GEOL )/101C, 100C /115C (100HC /101C (100HC )/115C, 103C, 105C, 130C/131C PHSC 104C 130C, 201C, 202C, 210C, 211C, 221C, 222C, 223C PHYS Life Sciences w/ Lab: B2/B3 □ □ ANTH 101C 101LC ), (101HC □ □ BIOL (begin S06 ) , 101C (101HC ), 111C/112C, 113C/114C, 122C, 174C, 175C, 210C, 230C, 231C , 276C 241C (begin S06 ) (begin F15) Physical Sciences w/o Lab: B1 □ □ ASTR 116C (116HC ) 103C CHEM ( begin F13 102C, 140C ) GEOG □ □ 100C GEOL (100HC ), 120C, 125C, 130C, 190C Life Science w/o Lab: B2 □ □ 101C ANTH (101HC (begin F16) ), 210C (begin F15) BIOL 102C, 103C, 277C (begin F15) , 278C PSY (begin F18) ◊ 221C Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning (grade of “ C” or better required): *B4 205C CSCI □ MATH 100C, 110C, 115C, 120C , 130C, 141C, 142C, 150AC, 150BC, 250AC, 250BC □ □ PSY 161C (161HC ) □ □ 161C SOC (161HC ) AP CREDIT or 9 Unit Minimum C. ARTS AND HUMANITIES OTHER , one course , and one additional course from either C1 or Must include at least one course from C2 from C1 Requirement: C IP R COLLEGE C2. COURSE(S) Arts (Art, Dance, Music and Theater): C1 □ □ ART ), 114C, 120C, 150C, 151C, 182C, 194C(formerly 189C),216C (begin F10 ) (112HC 100C, 110C, 111C, 112C C 1 ∞ , 107C (end SU12 ), 108C (end SU12) , 109C (end SU12) , 101C DANC , 105C , 106C (end SU12) (end SU12) 111C (end SU12) , 112C (end SU12) , 120C □ □ (begin F99 ) 125HC◊ 125C◊ ENGL (begin F18) 198C (begin 196C MAD F15), □ □ ( , 120C,122C ) ), 119C (end MUS 101C, 103C(formerly 103AC), 113C ∞ , 116C, 117C, 118C (118HC begin F01 , 135C ( (end SU12) , 146C (end SU12) , , 127C, 130C (end SU12) , 143C (end SU12) end SU12) SU12 ), 126C ; (end SU12) 282C , 291C (be gin F18) PHOT 101C,204C □ □ ∞ ), 120C, 121C, 126C, 129C, 132C, 133C, 145C, 149C (107HC ∞ , 107C THEA (F95- F10;begin F13 100C, 102C )

148 146 =Completed =In Progress R =Remaining (Check boxes accordingly) LEGEND: C IP AP CREDIT or OTHER C IP R COLLEGE COURSE(S) Humanities (Literature, Philosophy, Foreign Languages): C2 C2 105C 107C◊ ANTH (begin F18), CHIN 101C, 102C, 203C □ □ (220HC ) COMM 220C □ □ □ □ □ □ (F99 - F00 only , 208C 125HC◊ , 125C◊ (F99 - F00 only ) , 111C ∞ , 211C, 212C, ENGL 102C (102HC ), 110C ) □ □ ∞, , 248C (begin F18) , 255C ∞ , 256C , 243C, 247C 260C ), 239C (234HC ∞ ∞ 221C, 222C, 234C , 131C◊ ∞ , 151C ◊∞ (formerly 141C), 152C◊ ∞ , 160C◊ ∞ , 171C◊ ∞ ETHS 130C◊ ∞(begin F03 ) 203C, 204C 101C, 102C, 200C, FREN □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ ) (begin F04 ) , 113C◊ (111HC◊ (113HC◊ HIST ), 160C◊, 161C◊, ), 112C◊ ), 111C◊ (112HC◊ (110HC◊ 110C◊ □ □ □ □ □ ∧ ∧ ∧ ∧ ∧ )(begin F17) )(begin F17), 270C ◊ ,171C (171HC◊ (170HC◊ (begin F17) 163C◊, 165C◊, 170C ◊ ◊ 275C◊∞ (begin S05) □ , 101C◊ INDS 100C 101C, 102C, 125C, 200C, 203C, 204C JAP N C1 or C2 □ □ 100C ), 101C, 110C, 120C, 135C, 160C, 165C, 201C (100HC ) , 202C, 230C, PHIL (begin S05 240C (begin S06 ) (formerly 225C) PORT (begin S06) 101C, 102C □ □ □ □ ), 102C (102HC ( 101HC ), 200C, 201C, 202C, 203C, 204C 101C SPAN 9 Unit Minimum D. SOCIAL SCIENCES Requirement: trongly encouraged to take cl s asses that double- Must take courses in at least two different disciplines. Students count for CSU graduation requirements; one from Group A and one from Group B below. HS 277C ∞ (begin F18) 120C (begin F18), 110C AJ □ HUSR ) (begin S06 , 200C, 250C◊ □ □ ), 103C(formerly 203C), 104C, (102HC ANTH 102C □ (begin S06) 255C◊ , 292C (begin S06) (begin F18) 225C , 105C, 106C, 107C◊, 121C∞, 208C 118C , 110C JOUR 120C∞ COMM KIN 248C (begin F18 ), 249C (formerly PE 250, □ □ □ □ ), 110C, (100HC ), 105C (105HC 100C ECON begin F1 6), 280C (begin F17) , 281C (begin □ , 260C ◊ 120C ) (begin F15 F17), (begin F17) 285C □ □ ∧ ∧ )(formerly 100HC), (formerly 100C) (101HC◊ ∞ ∞ ETHS 101C◊ 161C MGT ∧ ∧ ∞(begin F03 (formerly , 130C◊ ∞ 129C ∞ , 150C ∞ , 131C◊ ) □ □ ∧ ∧ ∧ (100HC ), 101C , 120C, 130C, 100C POSC ∧ , 160C◊ 140C), 151C ∞ , ∞ 153C , ∞ 152C◊ (formerly 141C), ◊∞ 200C, 209C∞, 210C, 215C, 216C, 230C , 171C◊ ◊ , 235C∞ ∞ ∞ 170C □ □ (101HC ), 110C, 101C PSY □ □ □ (100HC∞ 100C ◊ , 160C,260C (end SU14) ), 130C, 140C GEOG □ (formerly 237C), 139C, (begin F13) ∞ 131C □ □ □ □ ), 111C◊ (111HC◊ (110HC◊ ), 110C◊ HIST (begin F02 ) ) (begin S06 145C◊ , 202C , □ □ □ □ ), 135C, (113HC◊ ), 113C◊ (112HC◊ 112C◊ , 222C, 240C◊, 251C, 221C (begin F02 ◊ ) 142C, 143C, 151C, 152C, 160C◊, 161C◊, 163C◊, □ (begin S06) 255C◊ □ □ □ □ ∧ ∧ ∧ ∧ ), ), 171C (171HC◊ ◊ (170HC◊ ◊ 165C◊, 170C □ □ (101HC ◊, , 225C ) begin F02 ( ), 102C 101C SOC ∧ ∧ (formerly 162AC), 191C 190C (formerly 162BC), □ □ ∞ (begin S06) , 275C, 277C, , 250C◊ 237C □ 270C◊ ∞ ) (begin F04 , 275C◊ ) 292C (begin S06 Requirement in U.S History, Constitution, & American Ideals: CSU Graduation Note: Double -counting is allowed for these courses in the two groups below (with only one G.E. category) . (US -2) U.S. Constitution & Government: Group A □ □ ), 101C (100HC 100C POSC U.S. History: (US- 1) Group B □ □ (begin F04 ) 131C ∞ , 152C ∞(begin F1 6) ETHS ∞ 101C (formerly100C) (101HC )(formerly 100HC), 130C ∞ , ∞ □ □ □ □ ), 171C (171HC (170HC ), 190C(formerly 162AC), 191C(formerly 162BC) ) HIST (begin S07 160C∞ 170C -DEVELOPMENT E. LIFELONG UNDERSTANDING AND SELF 3 Unit Minimum Note: Some courses below are 1 unit classes and multiples courses may need to be taken to fulfill the area minimum. ALL KINESIOLOGY CIS 111C AND DANCE ACTIVITY E COMM 105C CLASSES : Only one (1) unit of physical activity may count toward fulfillment of this requirement. COUN , 144C, 145C, formerly 141C) ( (begin F18) 105C, 139C 146C -222C AND 100C KIN (end F18), 150C, 151C 107C, 106C, 105C, , F18) (begin 102C DANC DANC 100C ) (begin F03 100C HRC (begin F11) (begin 108C, 109C , 110C □ □ HUSR (begin F11 111C,112C ) (begin S06 250C◊ , 255C◊ (begin S06) ) F18), , (begin F17) KIN 270C, 281C, 283C, 285C 113C , (begin F15) , 130C (begin F15) -117C , 132C (begin F13 ) , 136C (begin F15) 231C,235C, 255C, 244C, 284C, PE 242C , □ □ 120C , 145C◊ (begin S06) , 240C◊ , 255C◊ ) (begin S06 PSY 137C (begin F15) , 139C, 205C (begin F15) □ □ , 250C◊ 120C SOC (begin S06 ) LEGEND Note : Certain majors require specific Mathematics course(s). See a Counselor for details. * ◊ Course may be used to satisfy requirements for one area only. ∞ The class also may be used to satisfy the Cypress College Associates Degree Cultural Diversity requirement. □ Duplicate credit not granted for the same cross -honors and honors classes. -listed courses nor for non ∧ See CSU graduation requirement in U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals. Underlining indicates a course is no longer offered at Cypress College. Students may still receive credit, as long as a course was on the official approved NOTE : list in that category at the time it was taken. The notations reflected after classes represent either the time a class was approved or ended, or that the class is pending approval. www.assist.org and confer with a counselor for more information and to e CSU -GE Breadth Certification list on Please check th discuss your major requirements. See the Cypress College Catalog for information on how to receive a CSU GE Certificate of Achievement upon completion of this pattern. ) CSU GE 2018 -19 (Revised 08/2018 MJ

149 147 CYPRESS COLLEGE 2018- 2019 IGETC REQUIREMENTS (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA & CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY) : : Student’s Name Date ID# : @ Counselor : Major : Transfer To: Completion of all the requirements in the will permit a student to transfer from Cypress (IGETC) Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum College to a campus in either the California State University or the University of California system without the need, after transfer, to take additional lower division general education courses to satisfy campus general education requirements. However, students approaching readiness for transfer who are unable to complete one or two IGETC courses that are not required for admission to the university may request to complete IGETC after transferring. A course or IGETC is Completion of sequence of courses used to satisfy a requirement in one area may not be used to satisfy a requirement in another area. advisable NOT . It is NOT an admission requirement to CSU or UC for students who are pursuing majors that require extensive lower division preparation, such as engineering, to follow IGETC. Confer with your counselor regarding these requirements. Students must apply for IGETC certification or the IGETC Certificate of Achievement in Admissions and Records. All courses must be completed with grades of “C” or better. Courses must be at least 3 semester or 4 quarter units in order to meet IGETC requirements. Courses must be on the college’s approved IGETC list at the time the course was completed. =Completed R =Remaining (Check boxes accordingly) LEGEND: C IP =In Progress AP CREDIT or AREA 1 – ENGLISH COMMUNICATION OTHER C IP R COLLEGE UC: 2 courses required, one each from Group A and B. REQUIREMENT: CSU : 3 courses required, one from each group below; COURSE(S) , 1 course (3 semester units/4 -5 quarter units) Group A: English Composition 1A □ □ ENGL 100C ) (100HC -5 quarter units) , 1 course (3 semester/4 Group B: Critical Thinking / English Composition 1B □ □ □ □ (103HC (104HC ) ), 106C (begin F11 103C ENGL ) (begin F15 ) , 104C 172C PHIL e completed prior to F93 ). Note: Confer with a counselor if ENGL 102, PHIL 170, or SPCH 135 wer ( CSU requirement only) , 1 course (3 semester/4 -5 quarter units) Group C: Oral Communication ( 1C □ □ 100C COMM ) (100HC AREA 2 – MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING 1 course (3 semester/4-5 quarter units) REQUIREMENT: □ , 130C, 141C, 150AC, 150BC, 250AC, 250BC MATH 100C, 115C, 120C *2A □ □ PSY 161C ) (161HC □ □ 161C SOC (161HC ) ARTS & HUMANITIES AREA 3 – At least 3 courses, with at least one from 3A and one from 3B and one additional course from either 3A or 3B. (9 semester or 12- REQUIREMENT: 15 quarter units) Group A: ARTS 3A □ □ 3A 100C, 110C, 111C, 112C ART (112HC ), 114C, 216C ∞ 101C DANC , 120C □ □ ENGL ) 125C (125HC MAD 196C (begin F15 ), 198C (begin F18) □ □ ), 119C , 120C MUS 103C, 113C , 116C, 117C, 118C ∞ (118HC ) (begin F01 204C (begin F18) PHOT □ □ ∞ ) , 107C (F95 -F10; begin F13 100C, 102C THEA (107HC ∞ ) Group B: HUMANITIES 3B 3B 107C◊ (begin F18), ANTH 105C □ □ □ □ □ □ 102C ENGL (234HC , , 208C , 111C 110C ), , 211C, 212C, 221C, 222C, 234C (102HC ∞ ∞ ), 239C ∞ ∞ ) 243C (begin F15 , 256C (begin F15 , 2 55C ∞ , 247C ) , 260C ∧ ∧ , 151C◊∞(formerly 141C), 152C◊ ∞ ∞ (begin F03 ) , 131C◊ ETHS 130C◊ (LOTE FREN 203C ) , 204C (LOTE ) □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ , 113C◊ (111HC◊ (113HC◊ HIST ), 160C, 161C◊, 163C◊, 165C◊ , ), 112C◊ ), 111C◊ (112HC◊ (110HC◊ ) (begin S04 110C◊ ) □ □ □ □ □ 3A or 3B ∧ ∧ ∧ ∧ ∧ 275C◊ ∞(begin S05 ) 270C◊ 170C◊ (171HC◊ (170HC◊ )(begin F17) )(begin F17), ,171C◊ (begin F17) □ □ INDS 100C , 101C ) JAPN , 204C (LOTE 203C (LOTE ) □ □ (begin S06 240C , 202C,230C, PHIL 100C 225C) (formerly (100HC ) ),101C,110C, 120C,135C,160C,201C (begin S05 ) 202C (LOTE ) , 20 3C (LOTE ) , 204C (LOTE ) SPAN AREA 4 – SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES REQUIREMENT: 15 quarter units) At least 3 courses from at least two different disciplines or an interdisciplinary sequence (9 semester/12- 4 (begin F18) 120C AJ , (begin F18) 110C □ □ 102C ANTH ,211C (102HC ),103C , 225C (begin F17) (formerly 203C),104C,105C,106C,107C◊,121C (begin F17) ,208C ∞ 120C ∞ COMM □ □ □ □ □ + 100C ECON 260C (begin F16) (100HC ), 105C , (105HC ), 110C , 120C □ □ ∧ ∧ ∧ ∧ ETHS 101C ∞ ∞ ∞ (formerly 100C) (101HC , 131C◊ , )(formerly 100HC), 129C ∞ , 130C◊ ∞ , 170C ∞ , 171C ∞, 235C ∞(begin F1 6) 150C ∞ (formerly 140C), 151C◊ ∞ (formerly 141C), 152C◊ ∞ , 153C ∞ , 160C ∞ □ □ □ 100C ), 130C, 140C (100HC GEOG , 160C, 260C (end SU14 ) □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ ), 135C (begin S04 ) , ), 112C◊ 110C◊ (112HC◊ ), 111C◊ (110HC◊ (111HC◊ (113HC◊ HIST ), 113C◊ □ □ ∧ ∧ , 143C, 151C, 152C, 160C◊, 161C◊, 163C◊, 165C◊, 170C ◊ ◊ ), 142C (end SU13) (170HC □ □ □ ∧ ∧ ∧ ∧ ) ◊ ,190C (begin S04) ,275C◊ ∞(begin S05 ) (begin (formerly 162AC), 191C ◊ F03 ) (171HC (formerly 162BC), 270C ◊ 171C □ □ , 255C ) (begin S06 (begin S06 , 292C ) (begin S06 ) 250C HUSR (begin F17) , 283C KIN ), 285C (begin F17) 248C (begin F1 8), 249C (begin F17), 280C (begin F17) , 281C (begin F17 □ □ □ ∧ ∧ ∧ POSC 100C , 130C (100HC , 210C, 215C, 216C, 230C ), 101C , 200C, 209C , 120C ∞ □ □ □ □ □ ∞ PSY 6 (begin S06 ) 101C (begin S0 ), 202C, 221C (101HC (formerly 237C),139C,145C ◊, 222C, ,131C 251C,255C ),120C □ □ □ □ □ ) , 275C (begin S05 ) , 277C, 292C (begin S06 ) 120C ), 102C, , 225C, 237C (101HC ∞ SOC 101C (begin S06 , 250C

150 148 =Completed =Remaining (Check boxes accordingly) LEGEND: C IP =In Progress R AP CREDIT PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AREA 5 – or OTHER C IP R REQUIREMENT: At least 2 courses, one from Group A and one from Group B; at least one course must include a laboratory (7-9 semester/9- 12 COLLEGE quarter units). Group C is a new area that includes science labs that combine lecture and lab or lab only courses. COURSE(S) GROUP A: PHYSICAL SCIENCES 5A Physi cal Sciences w/o lab: Physical Sciences w/lab: □ □ □ □ □ □ ASTR ASTR 116C 116C ) ) /117HC (116HC /117C (116HC + CHEM 103C CHEM , 111AC, ) ) , 107C , 101C 100C (begin F03 (begin F02 (begin F14) 111BC, 201C GEOG ) (begin F13 102C, 140C □ + □ + + 102C/102LC GEOG GEOL 100C ), 120C, 125C, 130C, 190C (100HC □ □ GEOL 100C )/101C+, /101C+ (100HC □ □ 100C (100HC /115C )/115C, 103C, 130C/131C + 130C PHYS , 201C, 202C, 210C, 211C, 221C, 222C, 223C 5B GROUP B: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Biological Sciences w/o lab: Biological Sciences w/lab: □ □ □ □ 101C ANTH (101HC ) ANTH 101C (101HC , 210C( begin F16) ), 101LC □ □ 111C , ) (begin F15 , 113C, 277C 102C, 103C, BIOL + + + + BIOL 101C , 113C/114C ), 111C/112C , 122C, (101HC 278C ) (begin F15 174C, 175C, 210C ) (begin S07 , 231C , 230C , (begin F09 ) (begin F18) PSY 221C◊ (begin F15 , 276C (begin S07 241C ) ) GROUP C: PHYSICAL and BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE LABORATORIES 5C or lab only courses: All science labs that combine lecture and lab ANTH 101LC □ □ 117C ASTR (117HC ) □ □ + + + + + 101C BIOL , 114C 127C , 128C , 122C, , 174C, 175C, 210C (begin F09 ) , 230C , (101HC ), 112C ) (begin S07 ) , 276C (begin F15 , 240C, 241C 231C ) (begin S07 + ) , 101C (begin F03 ) , 107C CHEM , 111AC, 111BC, 201C (begin F14) 100C (begin F02 102LC GEOG GEOL 101C, 103C, 115C, 131C PHYS 130C+, 201C, 202C, 210C, 211C, 221C, 222C, 223C AREA 6A – LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH (LOTE): UC requirement only Complete one of the following: REQUIREMENT: Complete 2 years of high school course work in a language other than English (in the same language) with a grade 1. 6A of “C” or better. □ □ 2. Complete course 102C ) or higher level in a foreign language at Cypress College or equivalent courses at (102HC another college or university. 3. Completion with “C” or better of 2 years of formal schooling at the 6th grade level or higher at an institution where the language of instruction is not English. Students unable to provide documentation need to have passed one of the exams listed below or take the appropriate college course(s). 4. Earn the appropriate score on the SAT II Subject Test in languages other than English. See a counselor for score requirements. 5. Earn a score of 3 or higher on the Advanced Placement Language Other than English Test. 6. Earn a score of 5 or higher on the International Baccalaureate Higher Level Exam in a language other than English. 7. Satisfactory completion of an achievement test administered by a community college, university, or college in a language other than English. This test will have to assess the student’s proficiency at the level equivalent to two years of high school language. 8. Earn an A, B, or C on Language Other than English “O” level exam. 9. Earn a score of 5, 6, or 7 on Language Other than English International “A” Level Exam. 10. Earn a “C” or better in a Defense Language Institute course. : Cypress College courses that meet the proficiency level 102C CHIN FREN 102C, 203C, 204C , 204C ) ) JAPN (begin F05 102C, 203C (begin F05 PORT 102C (begin S06 ) □ □ SPAN 102C ), 201C, 202C, 203C, 204C (102HC Note : A higher- level language course can be used to meet language proficiency. Examples: FREN 203C or SPAN 202C. Students completing such courses will satisfy both the 3B Area and validate the proficiency level requirement. . These courses are identified in the 3B area as (LOTE) CSU GRADUATION REQUIREMENT IN U.S. HISTORY, CONSTITUTION, AND AMERICAN IDEALS part of IGETC, may be completed prior to transfer.) (6 semester units, one course from Group A and one course from Group B) (No t (US -2) U.S. Constitution & Go vernment : Group A □ □ ), 101C (100HC POSC 100C : Group B (US -1) U.S. History □ □ (formerly 100C) (101HC ETHS )(formerly 100HC), 130C, 131C, 152C ∞(begin F16) ,160C 101C (begin F04 ) □ □ □ □ ( 171HC ), 190C(formerly 162AC), 191C(formerly 162BC) (170HC ), 171C 170C HIST . The CSU US History, Note : Double Counting is allowed for this requirement with only 1 G.E. category Constitution, and American Ideals (AI) graduation requirement is not part of IGETC. These courses may also be used to satisfy the UC American History & Institution requirement if not completed in high school. Since requirements vary, it is advisable to check the catalog of the UC campus to which the student intends to transfer. LEGEND BIOL, CHEM, DANCE, ECON, GEOL, MATH, PHOT, PHYS, Check with counselor for credit limitations for applicable courses in these departments: + PSYCH, SOC and THEA. Specific credit limitation information is available at www.assist.org . Note : Certain majors require specific Mathematics course(s). See a Counselor for details. * Course may be used to satisfy requirements for one area only. ◊ ∞ The class also may be used to satisfy the Cypress College Associates Degree Cultural Diversity requirement. □ -honors and honors classes. Duplicate credit not granted for the same cross -listed courses nor for non ∧ See CSU graduation requirement in U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals. Underlining indicates a course is no longer offered at Cypress College. The notations reflected after classes represent eithe r the time a class was NOTE : approved or ended. Please check the IGETC Certification list on www.assist.org and confer with a counselor for more information and to discuss your major requirements. See the Cypress College Catalog for information on how to receive an IGETC Certificate of Achievement upon completion of this pattern. IGETC 2018 -19 Blue (Revised: 07/2018 MJ )

151 149 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Quick Guide to Help You CAMPUS MAIN NUMBER (714) 484-7000 (AREA CODE 714) TELEPHONE SERVICE/OFFICE LOCATION Admissions and Records 484-7346 Student Center, 1st Floor 484-7346 Add and Drop 484-7346 Application Graduation 484-7346 Residency 484-7346 484-7346 Transcripts 484-7120 Student Center, 2nd Floor Adult Re-entry 484-7223 Student Center, 2nd Floor Assessment Center Associated Students Student Activities Center 484-7198 Clubs and Organizations, Student Government Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 107 Athletics 484-7352 484-7356 Sports Information Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 107B Bookstore 484-7336 Bookstore, 1st Floor 484-7317 Student Center Bursar’s Office CalWORKs 484-7237 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 201 Campus Safety 484-7387 Business Bldg, 1st Floor South Emergencies, Lost and Found, Parking 24/7 Cell Number 493-6687 CARE 484-7368 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 201 484-7120 Student Center, 2nd Floor Career Planning Center 484-7269 Charger Chronicle Fine Arts Bldg, 1st Floor Counseling Service Areas Business and CIS 484-7015 Business Bldg, 2nd Floor Career Center, Student Center, 2nd Floor Career Planning/Adult Re-entry 484-7120 Tech Ed I Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 205 484-7015 Career Technical Education 484-7015 Charger Experience Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7015 Student Center, 2nd Floor Express Counseling Fine Arts Fine Arts Bldg, 2nd Floor 484-7015 Tech Ed III (Health Science) Bldg, 2nd Floor 484-7015 Health Science 484-7452 Student Center, 2nd Floor Honors Student Center, 2nd Floor International 484-7015 484-7015 Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 107B Kinesiology/Athletics Humanities Bldg, 2nd Floor Language Arts 484-7015 Online Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7015 484-7015 Probation Student Center, 1st Floor Science/Math Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 222 Science, Engineering and Mathematics 484-7015 484-7015 Humanities Bldg, 2nd Floor Social Sciences 484-7129 Transfer Transfer Center, Student Center, 2nd Floor Veterans Affairs Veterans Resource Center 484-7150 484-7104 Disability Support Services (DSS) Cypress College Complex, 1st Floor Distance Education/Online 484-7052 Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor, Room 105 Division Offices 484-7211 Business Business Bldg, 2nd Floor Tech Ed I Bldg, 2nd Floor 484-7231 Career Technical Education (Vocational) 484-7334 Student Center, 2nd Floor, Room 226 Counseling and Student Development Fine Arts Fine Arts Bldg, 2nd Floor 484-7139 484-7283 Tech Ed III (Health Science) Bldg, 2nd Floor Health Science Humanities Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 240 Language Arts 484-7169 Library/Learning Resources LLRC, 2nd Floor, Room 239 484-7070 Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor, Room 107 484-7352 Physical Education 484-7153 Science/Math Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 208 Science, Engineering and Mathematics Humanities Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 238 484-7185 Social Sciences Student Support Services Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 218 484-7371 Additional information about most of these services can be found in the Student Services section of this schedule.

152 150 / SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu LOCATION TELEPHONE SERVICE/OFFICE 484-7169 English as a Second Language Humanities Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 240 Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor, Room 126 484-7000 x48089 English Success Center EOPS Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 201 484-7368 484-7332 Extended Day Office Faculty and Staff Service Center (M–Th 4:00 pm–9:00 pm) 484-7333 Evening Administrator (M–Th 5:00 pm–9:00 pm) Facilities Reservations and Rentals Cypress College Complex, 3rd Floor 484-7388 Financial Aid Cypress College Complex, 1st Floor, Room 120 484-7114 Student Center, 1st Floor 484-7227 Food Services — Charger Café Cypress College Complex, 3rd Floor Foundation 484-7126 Scholarships Guardian Scholars 484-7368 Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 201 Health Services Gym II Bldg, 1st Floor 484-7361 Honors Program/Service Learning Program Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7452 Instruction Office 484-7329 Cypress College Complex, 3rd Floor International Students Program Student Activities, Bldg 8, 1st Floor 484-7049 Center for Intercultural Understanding I-20 Forms Language Lab Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor 484-7193 484-7000 x48595 Legacy Program Humanities Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 222 Library Library/Learning Resource Center, 2nd Floor 484-7000 x48381 484-7000 x48381 Learning Resource Center Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor Math/Science Learning Center Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor, Room 127 484-7151 Online Education Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor, Room 105 484-7052 Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7015 Puente Program Continuing Ed., Bldg 14, Room 5 (Off of Lot 4) 484-7038 School of Continuing Education Student Services Outreach Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 218 484-7371 Student Activities Center 484-7199 Student Activities Student Center, 2nd Floor, Room 226 484-7334 Student Discipline Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7000 x48341 Humanities, 2nd Floor, Room 240 484-7169 Study Abroad Summer Boost 484-7000 x48240 Student Center, 1st Floor Supplemental Instruction Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor, Room 104 484-7323 Teacher Preparation Program Humanities Bldg, 2nd Floor, Room 238 484-7185 TRAC Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor, Room 201 484-7237 Transfer Center Student Center, 2nd Floor 484-7129 Tutorial Center Library/Learning Resource Center, 1st Floor 484-7183 484-7150 Veterans Resource Center Cypress College Complex, 2nd Floor Additional information about most of these services can be found in the Student Services section of this schedule.

153 151 Cypress College — Spring 2019 Index 57 Engineering ... AA GEN ED ... 143 ... 59 English ... 135 Academic College Policies ... English as a Second Language 68 13 Add and Drop Classes ... 70 ... Ethnic Studies Address Change ... 135 Flight Attendant ... See Aviation and Travel Careers Admissions Information ... 3–6 71 French ... 139 ... Adult Re-Entry Geography ... 71 www.CypressCollege.edu Application Form ... Geology ... 73 3–5 ... Assessment Health Information Technology ... 74 9 Associated Students ... 76 Health Science ... 135 Attendance ... History ... 77 Auditing Courses ... 135 See Aviation and Travel Careers Homeland Security ... See Aviation and Travel Careers or ... Hospitality/Travel Career BOGW Form (now known as CCPG Form) ... Contact Financial Aid Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts Bookstore ... 139 ... Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts 78 ... Human Services 81 5 California College Promise Grant ... Interdisciplinary Studies ... 82 139 Campus Safety ... 83 Japanese ... Career Planning ... 24, 26, 41, 47, 75, 88, 103, 120, 140 ... Journalism/Communications 84 CCPG Form ... Contact Financial Aid ... Kinesiology 85 140 Center for Intercultural Understanding (CIU) ... Library Science ... 90 See College Catalog Certificates ... 91 Management ... ... 135 Challenging Prerequisites/Corequisites ... Marketing 91 135 Change of Name ... 92 Mathematics ... Class Cancellations ... 8, 136 100 Media Arts Design ... Mortuary Science ... 104 Classes 106 ... Multimedia ... 19 Accounting ... 106 Music 20 Administration of Justice ... 109 Nursing ... ... 20 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Philosophy and Religious Studies ... 111 Anthropology ... 22 ... Photography 112 Art ... 23 Physical Education ... See Kinesiology Astronomy ... 26 ... 113 Physical Sciences Automotive Collision Repair ... 27 Physics ... 114 ... Automotive Technology 28 See Aviation and Travel Careers Pilot ... ... Aviation and Travel Careers 30 115 Political Science ... Biology ... 33 116 Psychiatric Technology ... ... Business See Management, Marketing 117 ... Psychology Chemistry ... 36 119 Radiologic Technology ... Chinese ... 39 120 Recreation ... 39 Communication ... 120 Social Sciences ... 40 Computer Information Systems ... Sociology ... 121 Computer Science ... 44 Spanish ... 122 Counseling and Student Development 45 ... 123 Theater Arts ... 48 Court Reporting ... Travel Career ... See Aviation and Travel Careers See Hotel, Restaurant, Culinary Arts Culinary Arts ... ... Dance 51 Cooperative Agencies Resources in Education (C.A.R.E.) 139 ... 53 Dental Assisting ... ... Counseling 3, 4, 140 ... Dental Hygiene 54 Course Numbering ... 136 Diagnostic Medical Sonography ... 56 Course Progression ... 136 56 Economics ... Course Repetition ... 136 ... Education 57 145 CSU General Education Requirements ... ... Energy and Sustainable Technology 57

154 / 152 SPRING SCHEDULE 2019 CypressCollege.edu Non-Discrimination Policy ... ... 138 See College Catalog Cypress College Programs Cypress College Majors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .See College Catalog ... 132 Online and Hybrid Classes 1 136 Open Enrollment Policy ... Deadline Dates — Full Length Semester Classes ... Orientation Deadline Dates — Short Term Classes 3, 4 ... ... (8-week, 14-week, others under courses) 1 15 Parking ... Definitions ... 17 ... Petitioning Closed Classes 140 ... 8 Disability Support Services (DSS) 15, 16 138 ... Discrimination Statement Photo ID ... Privacy Release ... 136 English Success Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60, 140 138 Prohibition of Harassment ... Last day of class Puente Program ... ... Examinations 45 Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) 140 ... ... Quick Guide to Help You 149 Fast Track ... 59, 60, 63 59 ... Reading Proficiency Examination Fee Waivers (BOGW — now known as CCPG) ... 5 15 62 Reading Proficiency Requirement Fees and Refunds ... ... Refunds Financial Aid ... 3, 5, 140 15, 16 ... ... Food Services ... 141 Registration Process 3–16 135 Residency — CA ... Foundation ... 55, 141 ... Scholarships — Foundation Grades 55, 141 ... 136 Security — Campus Safety ... 139 Graduation Information ... 1 138 ... Sexual Assault Victims 141 ... Guardian Scholars Short Term Classes ... 128 ... Health Services ... 141 Student Activities 9, 142 ... 138 83 ... Student Right to Know Honors Program 139 Student Services ... Hours — Student Services ... 139 142 Student Success and Support Program ... How to Read the Class Schedule ... 18 Study Abroad ... 123 134 Hybrid Classes ... 36, 100, 114 ... Supplemental Instruction IGETC Certification 147 ... Important Dates 57 Teacher Preparation Program ... 1 ... ... 137 Transcript of Record 141 International Students Program ... 142 Transfer Center ... Learning Resource Center (LRC) ... ... Tutoring 60, 84, 94 141 46 Legacy Program ... Library 142 Veterans’ Benefits ... ... 142 139 Lost and Found (Campus Safety) ... Waitlist ... 12 Welcome to Cypress College ...Inside Front Cover Map ... Inside Back Cover ... 142 ... 137 Withdrawal from College/Classes Math Learning Center (MLC) 10 ... myGateway Registration

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