Spring Intersession 2013

Introduction

MANAGEMENT

MGT 310-41 Management Theory (online) (3)
Focuses on the management processes of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; includes discussions of social and ethical issues in business; case studies and written reports.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/28/13
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Zhao
Fee: $768
CRN: 22901

MGT 490-35 Strategic Management Seminar (hybrid) (3)
Prerequisites: Completion of all business core courses; BUS 445 may be taken concurrently (priority will be given to graduating seniors).
An integrating capstone course dealing with problems of business management; uses actual business cases for analysis and decision-making.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/28/13
Days: T + online (no class on 6/11/13)
Times: 6-8pm + online
Location: SBS D219 + online
Instructor: Polk
Fee: $768
CRN: 22960

MARKETING

MKT 350-35 Principles of Marketing (hybrid) (3)
Prerequisite: ECO 210 recommended.
Survey of the marketing function, including the marketing environment and target markets; marketing strategy with emphasis on the marketing mix; social and ethical responsibilities of marketing.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/28/13
Days: T-Th + online (meets 5/21 & 5/23 only)
Times: 12-2pm + online
Location: SCC1304 + online
Instructor: St. James
Fee: $768
CRN: 22959

MATHEMATICS

MAT 009-001 Intermediate Algebra (3)
Prerequisite: MAT 003 or satisfactory
score on ELM test

Polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, quadratic equations, roots, radicals, radical expressions, exponents, logarithms, graphs, applications. Does not count toward the bachelors degree. CR/NC grading.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/7/13
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 9-11am
Location: TBA
Instructor: Kang
Fee: $768
CRN: 22911

PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 320-35 Psychopharmocology (hybrid) (3)
Effects of drugs on mood, personality and behavior. Drug use in treatment of mental disorders in children, adults, and the elderly.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/6/13
Days: M W + online
Times: 1-4:50pm + online
Location: SAC 2105 + online
Instructor: Barr
Fee: $768
CRN: 22967

PSY 340-41 Social Psychology: Psychological Perspective (online) (3)
A broad survey of theories and research areas in social psychology, including such topics as aggression, prejudice, person perception, leadership adn conformity.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/6/13
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Santos
Fee: $768
CRN: 22858

PSY 372-35 Industrial-Organizational Psychology (hybrid) (3)
Survey of the application of psychology to organizations, personnel, work environments, buying, and selling, with particular attention to current issues.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/11/13
Days: M W on campus; T Th online
Times: 10am - 12pm + online
Location: SBS G126 + online
Instructor: El-Armale
Fee: $768
CRN: 22949

SOCIOLOGY

SOC 320-001 Sociology of the Family (3)
Study of the social processes and structural patterns affecting contemporary family life in American society.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/4/13
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 11am - 2:50pm
Location: SAC 3148
Instructor: Pinto
Fee: $768
CRN: 22721

SOC 364-41 Corrections (online) (3)
Analysis of various sociological aspects of correctional operations: correctional settings, institutional life, types of correctional programs, rehabilitation, recidivism, alternatives to prisons, probation and prevention, the adjudicative process, and theoretical and empirical considerations of correctional systems.
Mandatory Online Exam Schedule:
5/27 (6:00 - 6:20pm ); 6/3 (6:00-6:20 pm); 6/10 (6:00-7:15 pm) 6/17 (6:00 - 6:20 pm); 6/19 (6:00 - 7:15 pm).
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/19/13
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Skiffer
Fee: $768
CRN: 22748

SCIENCE, MATH & TECHNOLOGY

SMT 310-41 Science & Technology (online) (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of lower division General Studies Science requirements.
An assessment of the interrelationships of Science and Technology. Study of the development of technological advances and the scientific principles behind them.
Schedule
Dates:5/20/13 - 6/9/13
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Martinez
Fee: $768
CRN: 22894

SMT 312-41 Natural Disasters (online) (3)
Prerequisites: Completion of lower division General Education science requirement. Must be comfortable using computers, and have access to a high-speed internet connection.
Impact of natural events on human activities and vice versa. Mankind’s uneasy relationship with atmosphere, oceans and not-so-solid Earth. Will include study of earthquakes, volcanoes, floods, landslides, tsunamis, climate change, hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires. Online, to be taught using Blackboard, Internet and video.

Schedule
Prerequisites: Completion of lower division General Education science requirement. Must be comfortable using computers, and have access to a high-speed internet connection.
Dates: TBA
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: McNulty
Fee: $768
CRN: 22542

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

SBS 318-001 Race, Class & Gender (3)
Analysis of cultural diversity and the correlation between race, class, and gender at the community, national, and international levels.
Dates: 5/21/13-6/5/13
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 1-4:50pm
Location: TBA
Instructor: Heinze Balcazar
Fee: $768
CRN: 22948

SPANISH

SPA 435-001 A Sociolinguistic Approach to the Mexican American Dialect (3)
Identification of characteristic linguistic difficulties of Spanish-speaking children correlated to social-cultural background. Contrastive analyses of the linguistic competencies and performances for these children learning English. Repeatable course.
Schedule
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/20/13
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 4:30-7:30pm
Location: LCH A223 & SCC 625
Instructor: Dominguez
Fee: $768
CRN: 22978

THEATRE

THE 120-01 Fundamentals of Speech (3)
Basic oral communication skills, with practice in variety of speech-oriented situations.
Schedule
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/26/13
Days: M-W
Times: 6-9:50pm
Location: WH A139
Instructor: Leonard
Fee: $768
CRN: 22482

THE 353-41 Playwriting Online (3)
DON'T LET YOUR LIFE SLIP AWAY: WRITE A PLAY!
Earn 3 units while developing self-expression and creative writing skills. Students workshop their weekly writing assignments which help them to develop a one-act play. No tests. No textbook. Just a disciplined approach to creative writing. If you have any questions, call Bill DeLuca at (310) 243 - 2400.

Theory and practice in writing for the stage. Students explore plotting, characterization, and dialogue; scenes and short plays are submitted for discussion and evaluation.
Schedule
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/26/13
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: DeLuca
Fee: $768
CRN: 22485



 

 

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Important! If you don't see a class offered that you would like to take, please contact the College of Extended and International Education at 310-243-3741.

Following are classes to be offered during the 2013 Spring Intersession. Please check back often for updates to this and to the schedule page.

For questions, go to frequently asked questions,or contact the College of Extended and International Education at 310-243-3741 or at eeinfo@csudh.edu.

More classes coming soon! Please check back. Last updated 5/17/13.

BIOLOGY

BIO 324-001 Microbiology (3)
Prerequisites: BIO 122 required, CHE 310/311 or CHE 316/317 recommended
Corequisite: BIO 325L
The morphology, physiology, genetics and classification of microorganisms; applied aspects of microbiology. Basic bacteriological techniques included in the laboratory.
Schedule
Dates: 5/21/13-6/27/13
Days: T Th
Times: 10am - 1:30pm
Location: NSM C-239
Instructor: Soleymani
Fee: $768
CRN: 22513

BIO 325L-001 Microbiology Laboratory (1)
Corequisite: BIO 324
Use of basic bacteriological techniques, including correct uswe of compound miscroscope, standard staining for microorganism identification, routine aseptic inoculations and culturing microbes.
Schedule
Dates: 5/21/13-6/27/13
Days: T Th
Times: 2:15 - 6:15pm
Location: NSM C151
Instructor: Soleymani
Fee: $420
CRN: 22514

CHEMISTRY

CHE 102-41 Chemistry for the Citizen (online) (3)
A non-mathematical treatment of the basic principles of chemistry and their application to various facets of life in a highly technological society.
Note: please contact Dr. Sturm via e-mail at nsturm@csudh.edu for more information.
Schedule
Dates: 5/21/13-6/28/13
Days: Online
Times: Online
Location: Online
Instructor: Sturm
Fee: $768
CRN: 22509

COMMUNICATION

COM 400-001 Communication Theory & Research (3)
Prerequisites: COM 100 and COM 250
Provides an overview of mass communications from a theory and research perspective. Explores how audiences receive and use messages and how the research on these activities affects the way mass communication is generated.
Dates: 5/21/13-6/27/13
Days: T-Th
Times: 6-9:50pm
Location: SAC 1101
Instructor: Cheever
Fee: $768
CRN: 22467

DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS

DMA 327-001 Independent TV Production (3)
Prerequisite: DMA 322 and DMA 323
Aspects of producing television features on an independent-producer basis. Practice in pre-production coordination, location shooting, directing, and editing techniques in the production of a broadcast-quality feature segment for public airing on the CSUDH cable TV channel. Repeatable for credit.
Schedule
Dates: 5/22/13 - 6/26/13
Days: W
Times: 12:30-8pm
Location: LCH A209
Instructor: Vinovich
Fee: $768
CRN: 22468

DMA 346-001 Digital Media Production Workshop (1)
Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor
Collaborative production activity on various projects in the digital media arts curriculum. Repeatable for credit for up to three units.
Schedule
Dates: 5/22/13 - 6/26/13
Days: W
Times: 9:30am-12pm
Location: LCH A209
Instructor: Mahler
Fee: $256
CRN: 22469

DMA 346-002 Digital Media Production Workshop (1)
Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor
Collaborative production activity on various projects in the digital media arts curriculum. Repeatable for credit for up to three units.
Schedule
Dates: 5/22/13 - 6/26/13
Days: W
Times: 9:30am-12pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: McKendry
Fee: $256
CRN: 22470

DMA 346-003 Digital Media Production Workshop (1)
Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor
Collaborative production activity on various projects in the digital media arts curriculum. Repeatable for credit for up to three units.
Schedule
Dates: 5/24/13 - 6/28/13
Days: F
Times: 9:30am-12pm
Location: LCH A209
Instructor: Mahler
Fee: $256
CRN: 22471

DMA 346-004 Digital Media Production Workshop (1)
Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor
Collaborative production activity on various projects in the digital media arts curriculum. Repeatable for credit for up to three units.
Schedule
Dates: 5/22/13 - 6/26/13
Days: W
Times: 9:30am-12pm
Location: LCH A204
Instructor: Vinovich
Fee: $256
CRN: 22474

DMA 438-001 Music Production (3)
Prerequisite: DMA 430 and consent of instructor.
Analysis of recordings in music production. Spatial and timbral ear-training techniques for recording engineers and producers. Access to Pro Tools HD 5.1 surround system and a variety of engineering and production topics which include surround mixing techniques, advanced microphone techniques, DVD Audio specifications, and DVD authoring.
Schedule
Dates: 5/21/13 - 6/27/13
Days: T-Th
Times: 11am-3:30pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: Mejia
Fee: $768
CRN: 22475

DMA 439L-001 Music Production Lab (1)
Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent enrollment in DMA 438 and consent of instructor.
Practice in the production of studio recordings. Responsibility for musci composition and arrangements, rehearsal, performance, studio and muscian bookings, artist promotion, engineering assistance and artistic direction and managment. Interdisciplinary projects involving video or theatre are also possible. Repeatable course.
Schedule
Dates: 5/21/13 - 6/27/13
Days: T-Th
Times: 4-5:15pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: McKendry
Fee: $256
CRN: 22477

DMA 447L-001 Audio Projects Lab (1)
Prerequisite: DMA 331 and DMA 431
Advanced studio session work culminating in passing the Audio Recording Proficiency Exam.
Schedule
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/24/13
Days: M
Times: 8-9:15am
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: Mejia
Fee: $256
CRN: 22478

DMA 447L-002 Audio Projects Lab (1)
Prerequisite: DMA 331 and DMA 431
Advanced studio session work culminating in passing the Audio Recording Proficiency Exam.
Schedule
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/24/13
Days: M
Times: 1:15-5pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: Mejia
Fee: $256
CRN: 22479

DMA 447L-003 Audio Projects Lab (1)
Prerequisite: DMA 331 and DMA 431
Advanced studio session work culminating in passing the Audio Recording Proficiency Exam.
Schedule
Dates: 5/22/13 - 6/26/13
Days: W
Times: 12-2:30pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: Mejia
Fee: $256
CRN: 22480

HUMANITIES

HUM 314-001 Key Issues: Romantic Love in the Western Tradition (3)
Prerequisite: Completion of lower division Humanities requirements.
In this course we evaluate the construct of romantic love in western culture using historical, aesthetic, psychological and social perspectives. The concept of romantic love, as we will see, defines social and psychological patterns, develops styles in literature, is the center of some philosophical approaches, and is linked to values and ethical definitions in contemporary movements. Classical through modern works of philosophy, literature, visual arts, and music are examined to appreciate the emergence, historically, of the concept of romantic love. Discussion includes how idealized love is communicated through texts and to what extent idealized love is expressed in social practices in selected historical periods, including contemporary life. The following themes will be covered: individual and society, feminism, married love vs. romantic love, and sentimentality vs. passion.
Dates: 5/20/13 - 6/13/13
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 9-11:50am
Location: LCH A223
Instructor: Gomez
Fee: $768
CRN: 22910

INDEPENDENT STUDIES/PACE

IDS 320-41 Asian American and Latino Experience in the U.S. (3)
Recent census data reveals that Asian Americans and Latinos are the fastest growing populations in the United States. However, the presence of Asian Americans and Latinos are hardly a new historical development. In fact, Latino and Asian immigrants have been central to the development of the U.S. In an effort to understand the experiences of these groups, this course will examine the historical trajectory of each group and also examine the commonalities between Latinos and Asian Americans. Thus we will examine migration patterns dating to the 19th century, the Chicano and Asian American movement, the Japanese internment, the struggle of migrant workers, sweatshop labor and current immigration.
Dates: 5/20/13-6/10/13
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Choi
Fee: $768
CRN: 22496