Course Schedule

Spring Intersession 2019

Last Day to Add a Class Eligible for Pell Grant Funding: February 17, 2019!

Last Day to Add Class: May 21, 2019!


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Spring Intersession Course Schedule

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

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ANTHROPOLOGY

ANT 100-35 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (study abroad/hybrid) (3)

Examination of the anthropological approach to the study of humans. Explores the concepts of culture, cultural institutions and processes, the evolution of cultural systems, and the application of anthropology to current social problems.

Dates: 5/27/19 - 6/28/19 (6/10 - 6/19 in Bulgaria)
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-S-S
Times: All Day
Location: Bulgaria ►
Instructor: Ulrich
Fee: $909 course fee + $60 for insurance + $120 non-refundable fee + travel
CRN: 23874

ANT 102-001 Ancient Civilizations (study abroad/hybrid) (3)

For the last 5,000 years, human life has been shaped by civilizations: urban social and political systems whose members that have built monuments, waged war, created great works of art, and inflicted extraordinary sufferings. The evolution and nature of ancient civilizations is one of archaeology’s major research domains. This course explores the origins and development of world civilization in the ancient world (including Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, and the pre-Columbian societies of Mesoamerica and the Andes) and later civilizations and nation-states in the Mediterranean, Southeast Asia, and Sub-saharan Africa, concluding with the era of European expansion in the 15th century. We examine economic and political organization, technological innovations, religion and world-view, artistic and literary traditions, and the interrelationships between these cultural features. Finally, we consider the legacy of these ancient societies for the modern world. Ancient Civilizations are brought to life during our time in Bulgaria with visits to archaeological sites and museum collections dating from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages.

Dates: 5/27/19 - 6/28/19 (6/10-6/19 in Bulgaria)
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-S-S
Times: All Day
Location: Bulgaria ►
Instructor: Moore
Fee: $909 course fee + $60 for insurance + $120 non-refundable deposit + travel
CRN: 23872

ANT 335-001 Food and Culture (Study abroad/hybrid) (3)

This course focuses on the multiple relationships between food and humans from an anthropological perspective. We first examine biological and archaeological data regarding humans and food, but the primary focus of the course is on specific cultural dimensions of food: the processes by which distinct senses of taste and cuisines have developed among different people throughout human history; the ways in which customs surrounding food acquisition and consumption have developed; and the impact of contemporary issues on food practices in the 21st century. These issues are explored in more detail during the Bulgaria trip where we learn how the historical and contemporary cuisines and food customs in Bulgaria reflect the region’s cultural history and how food practices are changing due to current issues such as globalization, sustainability, and notions of food sovereignty.

Dates: 5/28/19-6/28/19 (6/10 - 6/19 in Bulgaria)
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-S-S
Times: All day
Location: Bulgaria ►
Instructor: Gasco
Fee: $909 + $60 for insurance + $120 nonrefundable fee + travel
CRN: 23873

ANT 341-001 Anthropology of Folklore (study abroad/hybrid) (3)

Folklore, everyday cultural forms of expression, is communicated, enjoyed, replicated, modified, deployed, and interpreted by all of us. Folklore, typically described as “quotidian” – the stuff that makes up everyday life—also has the potential to convey meaning, create boundaries, constitute identity, and create sense out of nonsense. We weave folklore effortlessly into our daily lives, using folklore to shape and understand our world and our place in it. In this course folklore is examined as a reflection of locally situated, ongoing social organization, identity construction and maintenance, and cultural logic. Students will learn about materials and methods used in the study of folklore. They will learn about the practice of ethnographic fieldwork in the discipline of folklore. We will identify the forces that shape folklore, influence society, and give rise to new expressions and cultural expressions, with a particular focus on the historic and contemporary folklore of Bulgaria.

Dates: 5/27/19 - 6/28/19 (6/10 - 6/19 in Bulgaria)
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-S-S
Times: All Day
Location: Bulgaria ►
Instructor: Ulrich
Fee: $909 course fee + $60 for insurance + $120 nonrefundable fee + travel
CRN: 23875

ANT 350-001 Prehistory of Africa and Eurasia (study abroad/hybrid) (3)

Examination of the archaeological record of the Old World (Europe, Africa, Asia). Emphasis on the study and critical analysis of excavated materials, processes of culture change, and reconstructions of social patterns. Variable topics will include the prehistory of different culture areas and chronological periods. Repeatable course.

Dates: 5/27/19 - 6/28/19 (6/10 - 6/19 in Bulgaria)
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-S-S
Times: All Day
Location: Bulgaria ►
Instructor: Lacy
Fee: $909 course fee + $60 for insurance + $120 nonrefundable fee + travel
CRN: 24091

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ASIAN PACIFIC STUDIES

APP 101-43 Introduction to Asian Studies (Online) (3)

Basic themes and key issues in Asia nad the Pacific region. Multi-disciplinary survey of art, literature, philosophy, religion, politics, and society. Background to understanding tradition and change in the region, and introduction to the multicultural roots of Asican-Pacific Americans.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Chu
Fee: $909
CRN: 23800

APP 311-41 Contemporary Issues in the Asian American Community (Online) (3)

Prerequisites: completion of all lower division general education requirements, junior or senior standing
Examination of the history and contemporary realities of Asian America. Analyzes the differences and commonalities in the experiences of various Asian American populations, focusing on the interplay of race, ethnicity, class, gender and culture in shaping their lives.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Lacanlale
Fee: $909
CRN: 23801

APP 315-41 Asian Pop Culture and Globalization (  online) (3)

Explores the growing transnational flows of Asian popular culture in historical and socioeconomic contexts. Analyzes the ramifications of the popularity of Asian pop culture for the changing contemporary global cultural landscape and power relations.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Chu
Fee: $909
CRN: 23802

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BUSINESS

BUS 301-01 Employment Communications (1)

Prerequisite: ENG 111
The course introduces tools and techniques that are used to produce effective business communication, both oral and written. You will learn specific skills that can be used in the business world to convey thoughts, ideas and recommendations to coworkers and superiors, while enhancing your professional image and chances for future success. Emphasis will be placed on the job packet: resumes cover letters, references and thank you letters.

Dates: 5/24/19 - 6/7/19
Days: F
Times: 8:30am - 12:50pm
Location: SBS F125
Instructor: Sheu
Fee: $303
CRN: 24137

BUS 495-35 Doing Business in Bulgaria (study abroad/hybrid) (3)

Prerequisite: permission of instructor
This course explores the business environment for local firms in Bulgaria and the challenges and opportunities for U.S. firms looking to do business in Bulgaria. We will experience the economic, political and cultural dimensions of this country through in country interaction with a variety of organizational types and industries. Students will learn directly from business leaders and managers in the manufacturing, hospitality, education and agricultural sectors through site visits. The mix of readings, lectures, field trips and interviews we enable students to place the current situation of Bulgaria in a global context, noting how globalization and technology are changing existing businesses and creating new opportunities for Bulgarian and American entrepreneurs. Other issues such as sustainability, immigration, outsourcing and global trade agreements are examined. This course links the management processes of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling an organization to the unique economic, political and cultural environment of Bulgaria. The course includes discussions of social and ethical issues in business; case studies and written reports.

Dates: 6/1/18 - 6/26/18 (6/10-6/19 in Bulgaria)
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-Sa-Su
Times: All day + online
Location: Bulgaria + online
Instructor: Norman
Fee: $840 + $60 + $120 + travel
CRN: 23740

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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.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Sturm
Fee: $909
CRN: 24070

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CHICANA/CHICANO STUDIES

CHS 330-43 Mexican and Latino Identities in the U.S. (Online) (3)

The course broadens the social, cultural, and political scope of Chicano and Latino communities in the United States which include Puerto Rican, Cuban, Caribbean, and Central and South American peoples. the historical experiences of these diverse communities will be examined.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Fraga
Fee: $909
CRN: 23968

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CHILD DEVELOPMENT

CDV 490-001 Senior Seminar (3)

Prerequisite: Department consent
Integration of knowledge about theories, empirical findings and practice in Child Development; emphasis on writing and presentation skills.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: M-W
Times: 5 - 8:50pm
Location: LCH A227
Instructor: Joshi
Fee: $909
CRN: 23859

CDV 496-001 Directed Field Experience (seminar) (3)

Prerequisites: live scan and current negative TB documentation, upper-division standing, department approval required, must take seminar and supervision
Faculty supervised experience in any approved Child Development setting. Weekly seminar designed to facilitate the integration of Child Development knowledge and theory with students' fieldwork experience. Students will examine and integrate personal and professional goals and values to gain an understanding of the self in a professional role. Each seminar provides an opportunity to share field experience and problem solve.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: T
Times: 6 - 8:40pm
Location: LCH A221
Instructor: Breiner
Fee: $909
CRN: 23860

CDV 496-002 Directed Field Experience (supervision) (1)

Prerequisites: live scan and current negative TB documentation, upper-division standing, department approval required, must take seminar and supervision
Faculty supervised experience in any approved Child Development setting. Weekly seminar designed to facilitate the integration of Child Development knowledge and theory with students' fieldwork experience. Students will examine and integrate personal and professional goals and values to gain an understanding of the self in a professional role. Each seminar provides an opportunity to share field experience and problem solve.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: TBD
Times: TBD
Location: TBD
Instructor: Breiner
Fee: $0
CRN: 23861

CDV 496-003 Directed Field Experience (seminar) (3)

Prerequisites: live scan and current negative TB documentation, upper-division standing, department approval required, must take seminar and supervision
Faculty supervised experience in any approved Child Development setting. Weekly seminar designed to facilitate the integration of Child Development knowledge and theory with students' fieldwork experience. Students will examine and integrate personal and professional goals and values to gain an understanding of the self in a professional role. Each seminar provides an opportunity to share field experience and problem solve.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: Th
Times: 6 - 8:40pm
Location: LCH A227
Instructor: LEE
Fee: $909
CRN: 23862

CDV 496-004 Directed Field Experience (supervision) (1)

Prerequisites: live scan and current negative TB documentation, upper-division standing, department approval required, must take seminar and supervision
Faculty supervised experience in any approved Child Development setting. Weekly seminar designed to facilitate the integration of Child Development knowledge and theory with students' fieldwork experience. Students will examine and integrate personal and professional goals and values to gain an understanding of the self in a professional role. Each seminar provides an opportunity to share field experience and problem solve.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: TBD
Times: TBD
Location: TBD
Instructor: Lee/Breiner
Fee: $0
CRN: 23863

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DANCE

DAN 130-43 Dance Perceptions (Online) (3)

Introduction to dance in America through viewing of dance films, videotapes and live performances. Applications of aesthetic perception and criticism skills to determine artistic value of ballet, modern, jazz and tap dance performances.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Ressi
Fee: $909
CRN: 23740

DAN 440-41 Dance for Children (  online) (3)

Study of developmentally appropriate creative movement experiences for children. Examination of teaching methodology designed to develop foundational movement skills, artistic exploration of movement elements, improvisational techniques, imagination and creativity, and how these learning activities can be taught across the curriculum.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Carreon
Fee: $909
CRN: 23739

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DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS

DMA 346-001 Digital Media Production Workshop (1)

Prerequisite: consent of the instructor
Collaborative production activity on various projects in the digital media arts curriculum. Repeatable for credit for up to three units.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/26/19
Days: W
Times: 9:30am - 12 noon
Location: LCH A209
Instructor: Mahler
Fee: $303
CRN: 23749

DMA 346-002 Digital Media Production Workshop (1)

Prerequisite: consent of the instructor
Collaborative production activity on various projects in the digital media arts curriculum. Repeatable for credit for up to three units.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/26/19
Days: W
Times: 9:30am - 12 noon
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: McKendry
Fee: $303
CRN: 23750

DMA 346-003 Digital Media Production Workshop (1)

Prerequisite: consent of the instructor
Collaborative production activity on various projects in the digital media arts curriculum. Repeatable for credit for up to three units.

Dates: 5/24/19 - 6/28/19
Days: F
Times: 9:30am - 12 noon
Location: LCH A209
Instructor: Mahler
Fee: $303
CRN: 23751

DMA 346-004 Digital Media Production Workshop (1)

Prerequisite: consent of the instructor
Collaborative production activity on various projects in the digital media arts curriculum. Repeatable for credit for up to three units.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/26/19
Days: W
Times: 9:30am - 12 noon
Location: LCH A204
Instructor: Vinovich
Fee: $303
CRN: 23752

DMA 438-001 Music Production (3)

Prerequisite: DMA 430 and consent of the 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.

Dates: 5/23/19 - 6/27/19
Days: T-Th
Times: 10:30am - 3:30pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: Mejia
Fee: $909
CRN: 23745

DMA 438-002 Music Production (3)

Prerequisite: DMA 430 and consent of the 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.

Dates: 5/23/19 - 6/27/19
Days: T-Th
Times: 10:30am - 3:30pm
Location: TBD
Instructor: McKendry
Fee: $909
CRN: 23746

DMA 439-001 Music Production Lab (1)

Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent enrollment in DMA 438 and consent of the instructor
Practice in the production of studio recordings. Responsibility for music composition and arrangements, rehearsal, performance, studio and musician bookings, artist promotion, engineering assistance and artistic direction and management. Interdisciplinary projects involving video or theater are also possible. Repeatable course.

Dates: 5/23/19 - 6/27/19
Days: T-Th
Times: 4-5:30pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: Geluz
Fee: $303
CRN: 23743

DMA 439-002 Music Production Lab (1)

Prerequisite: Previous or concurrent enrollment in DMA 438 and consent of the instructor
Practice in the production of studio recordings. Responsibility for music composition and arrangements, rehearsal, performance, studio and musician bookings, artist promotion, engineering assistance and artistic direction and management. Interdisciplinary projects involving video or theater are also possible. Repeatable course.

Dates: 5/23/19 - 6/27/19
Days: T-Th
Times: 4-5:30pm
Location: LIB A103
Instructor: McKendry
Fee: $303
CRN: 23744

DMA 447-001 Audio Projects Lab (1)

Prerequisite: DMA 331 and DMA 431
Advanced studio session work culminating in passing the Audio Recording Proficiency Exam.

Dates: 6/3/19 - 6/24/19
Days: M
Times: 10am - 3:45pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: Mejia
Fee: $303
CRN: 23747

DMA 447-002 Audio Projects Lab (1)

Prerequisite: DMA 331 and DMA 431
Advanced studio session work culminating in passing the Audio Recording Proficiency Exam.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/27/19
Days: W
Times: 12:15 - 4pm
Location: LCH A201
Instructor: Mejia
Fee: $303
CRN: 23748

DMA 496-001 Off Campus Internship in the Media (1)

Directed work experience in the television, film music, or digital media industry under the supervision of a professionally-qualified mentor. CR/NC grading only. Repeatable for credit. 10 hours of work experience per week.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: TBA
Times: TBA
Location: TBA
Instructor: Mahler
Fee: $303
CRN: 23754

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EARTH SCIENCES

EAR 101-001 Physical Geology Laboratory (1)

Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in EAR 100 is recommended.
This Nature and origin of rocks and minerals through determination of physical properties of specimens. Topographic and geologic map analysis. Geological features from stereoscopic air photos. Recommended elective for students interested in the outdoors, archaeology, mineral deposits, land use, and natural hazards.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: T-Th
Times: 8:30 - 11:45am
Location: NSM B234
Instructor: Cummings
Fee: $303
CRN: 23808

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ECONOMICS

ECO 210-41 Economic Theory 1A (microeconomics) (3)

This class is about analyzing and understanding individual consumers and firm behavior, so we answer questions like how consumers react to changes in prices and preferences and how firms make decisions about what price to charge for their goods and whether or not to stay in business.  Put together, we can analyze markets for food, textbooks, illegal music downloads, educational services, etc.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Martinez
Fee: $909
CRN: 23962

ECO 211-41 Economic Theory 1B (macroeconomics) (3)

Introductory macroeconomic theory; national income accounting, national income determination, monetary and fiscal policy.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: El Hag
Fee: $909
CRN: 23963

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FINANCE

FIN 360-01 Business Finance (3)

Prerequisites: ACC 230, ECO 210, and one of the following, MAT 105, MAT, 131, MAT 153, MAT 171, MAT 191, or MAT 193.
A survey of the decision framework for financial management; forecasting and planning, major investment and financing decisions, control and interaction with capital markets.

Dates: 5/27/19 - 6/28/19
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 10am - 12:45pm
Location: SBS F127/Bulgaria
Instructor: Brodmann
Fee: $909 + $60 insurance, $120 non-refundable deposit, and travel
CRN: 24082

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HUMAN SERVICES

HUS 460-41 Research Methods for Human Services (online) (3)

Prerequisite: HUS 300
Elementary statistics. This course is an overview of research methods in human services, including study design, sampling data collection and analysis, statistical techniques and report writing. Also included is a critical analysis of published research and examination of relevance of data to decision making.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Phan
Fee: $909
CRN: 23949

HUMANITIES

HUM 310-43 Key Concepts: Death & Dying (Online) (3)

Prerequisite: Completion of lower division Humanities requirements.
This course introduces students to mythic, musical, religious, cognitive-science, medical, and autobiographical representations of death and dying. Students will gain a cross-cultural understanding of perceptions of death and dying and how these perceptions have changed over time. They will consider how various authors, composers, and visual artists represent death and dying in their works. Students will be challenged to evaluate their own personal attitudes and beliefs about illness, dying, and death rituals.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Fitzsimmons
Fee: $909
CRN: 23954

HUM 310-44 Key Concepts: Death & Dying (Online) (3)

Prerequisite: Completion of lower division Humanities requirements.
This course introduces students to mythic, musical, religious, cognitive-science, medical, and autobiographical representations of death and dying. Students will gain a cross-cultural understanding of perceptions of death and dying and how these perceptions have changed over time. They will consider how various authors, composers, and visual artists represent death and dying in their works. Students will be challenged to evaluate their own personal attitudes and beliefs about illness, dying, and death rituals.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Fitzsimmons
Fee: $909
CRN: 23955

HUM 312-41 Key Concepts: Hispanic Literature (Online) (3)

Prerequisite: Completion of lower division Humanities requirements.
Description TBA

Dates: 5/27/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Gomez
Fee: $909
CRN: 24126

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MANAGEMENT

MGT 495-001 Managing in Eastern Europe (study abroad) (3)

Classroom component or practicum for student needed to complete training hours in order to graduate. Discussions of case material, advanced diagnostic procedures, treatment planning, clinical skill development, outcome measurement, and self-evaluation will be included. CR/NC gra-ding.

Dates: 5/27/19 - 6/29/19
Days: M-T-W-Th + every day in Bulgaria
Times: 10am - 12:45pm
Location: SBS A210 + Bulgaria
Instructor: Norman
Fee: $909 + $60 insurance + $120 non-refundable deposit + travel
CRN: 23866

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MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY

MFT 595-41 Special Topics in Marital and Family Therapy (  online) (3)

This online course is an examination of theoretical underpinnings and fundamental concepts to marriage and family therapy. Subjects areas to be covered include foundational research methods, theories of personality, abnormal psychology, psychology of adult development and aging along with sociology of the family. The course utilizes assigned readings, case-based instruction, facilitated group discussion, and final examination to explore the foundational topics.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Willis
Fee: $909
CRN: 23956

MATHEMATICS

MAT 131-001 Elementary Statistics and Probability (3)

Prerequisite: Fulfillment of ELM requirement
A practical course in probability and statistics including such topics as the binomial and normal distributions, confidence intervals, t, F, and chi-square tests, linear regression and correlation, and conditional probability. Satisfies the General Education Quantitative Reasoning Requirement.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/27/19
Days: T-W-Th
Times: 6:00 - 8:30pm
Location: SBS F225
Instructor: Romero
Fee: $909
CRN: 23804

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PHILOSOPHY

PHI 383-35 Comparative Religion (study abroad/hybrid) (3)

Prerequisite: PHI 300 is highly recommended
A study of the relationship of the various religious perspectives of the world, their rituals, their influence on society and their philosophical implications.

Dates: 5/31/19 - 6/26/19 (6/10-6/19 in Bulgaria)
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-Sat-Sun
Times: All Day
Location: TBA + Bulgaria
Instructor: Pawar
Fee: $909 + $60 insurance, $120 non-refundable deposit, travel
CRN: 23871

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PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 340-41 Social Psychology (  online) (3)

A broad survey of theories and research areas in social psychology, including such topics as aggression, prejudice, person perception, leadership and conformity.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Santos
Fee: $909
CRN: 23855

PSY 351-41 The Adolescent Experience (  online) (3)

Consideration of the major theories and research concerning development during adolescence. Emphasis on the development of personal identity as it relates to social roles in adolescence.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Hurtado-Ortiz
Fee: $909
CRN: 23857

PSY 360-41 Theories of Personality (  online) (3)

A study of basic theories of personality including type theories; trait theories; psychoanalytic, learning, biosocial, self and holistic-integrative theories.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Santos
Fee: $909
CRN: 10856

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SCIENCE, MATH & TECHNOLOGY

SMT 312-43 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.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: McNulty
Fee: $909
CRN: 23805

SMT 312-44 Natural Disasters (  online) (3)

Prerequisites: Completion of all lower division General Education math & science courses (Area B). Must be comfortable using computers, and have access to a high-speed internet connection.
This course studies the science of catastrophic natural events, and their impacts on human activities. It will include study of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, tsunamis, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, meteorite impacts, and climate change.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: McNulty
Fee: $909
CRN: 23806

SMT 312-45 Natural Disasters (  online) (3)

Prerequisites: Completion of all lower division General Education math & science courses (Area B). Must be comfortable using computers, and have access to a high-speed internet connection.
This course studies the science of catastrophic natural events, and their impacts on human activities. It will include study of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, tsunamis, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, meteorite impacts, and climate change.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Sinha
Fee: $909
CRN: 23807

SMT 312-46 Natural Disasters (  online) (3)

Prerequisites: Completion of all lower division General Education math & science courses (Area B). Must be comfortable using computers, and have access to a high-speed internet connection.
This course studies the science of catastrophic natural events, and their impacts on human activities. It will include study of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, tsunamis, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, meteorite impacts, and climate change.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/28/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Keyantash
Fee: $909
CRN: 24121

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SOCIOLOGY

SOC 320-42 Sociology of the Family (online) (3)

Study of the social processes and structural patterns affecting contemporary family life in American society.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Pinto
Fee: $909
CRN: 23797

SOC 337-41 Critical Sociology Through Film (  online) (3)

In this course, students will watch films in popular culture as well as those which examine popular culture in order to analyze how critical sociological theories and concepts are illustrated in media messages. Students will learn to critique ways in which the media socially constructs normative ideas about masculinity/femininity, race/ethnicity, obesity, social class and capitalism. You will never view popular culture in the same way again! Fascinating class.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Shakib
Fee: $909
CRN: 23793

SOC 362-41 Gangs and Adolescent Subcultures (  online) (3)

Examines gang phenomena nationally and regionally. Focus on organizational, behavioral, etiological, and preventive factors associated with development and perpetuation. Street, motorcycle, prison, ethnic and other subcultural formations are examined.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Skiffer
Fee: $909
CRN: 23795

SOC 363-41 Sociology of Alcohol & Drug Use (  online) (3)

Introduction to drugs and alcohol as a contemporary social problem. Sociological analysis of drug use and abuse. Course includes systematic review of policy implications and therapeutic applications of sociology of drug use, especially chemical dependency and alcoholism.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Shakib
Fee: $909
CRN: 23792

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.

Dates: 5/22/19-6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Middlebrook
Fee: $909
CRN: 23799

SOC 368-41 Criminology (online) (3)

Theories of the genesis of crime: patterns of criminal behavior; nature of criminal organizations; analysis of relationship of crime to the social structure; criminal statistics and crime rates: police and the criminal justice system.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Middlebrook
Fee: $909
CRN: 23798

SOC 369-41 Juvenile Delinquency (online) (3)

Social context, definition, implications, and causes of juvenile delinquency as a social phenomenon; analysis of factors associated with delinquent behavior. Problems of adjustment of delinquents and factors in treatment and in post-treatment adjustment.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Skiffer
Fee: $909
CRN: 23796

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SPANISH

SPA 341-001 Advanced Conversation (3)

Prerequisite: SPA 221 or equivalent.
Intensive conversation leading to fluency in the use of academic Spanish. The course aims to develop a comprehensive vocabulary which prepares the student for persuasive and oratory speeches, as well as for upper division linguistics and literature courses. Useful for public service and the bilingual/cross-cultural credential program.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/12/19
Days: T-W-Th
Times: 8:15am - 12:15pm
Location: LCH A330
Instructor: Heinze-Balcazar
Fee: $909
CRN: 24083

SPA 435-001 A Sociolinguistic Approach to Chicana/Latino 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.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 5 - 8pm
Location: LCH A223
Instructor: Dominguez
Fee: $909
CRN: 24021

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THEATRE ARTS

THE 120-01 Fundamentals of Speech (3)

Basic oral communication skills, with practice in variety of speech-oriented situations.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: T-Th
Times: 12:30 - 4pm
Location: SBS D219
Instructor: Leonard
Fee: $909
CRN: 23741

THE 353-41 Playwriting (  online) (3)

Theory and practice in writing for the stage. No tests. No textbook. No prerequisites. Students explore plotting, characterization, and dialogue, using weekly writing assignments on Blackboard that help them to develop a one-act play. Just a disciplined approach to creative writing.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: DeLuca
Fee: $909
CRN: 23742

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Women's Studies

WMS 250-41 Introduction to Women's Studies (  online) (3)

Introduces students to Women's Studies. Students learn about gender from a multicultural, multiracial feminist and global perspective. Emphasis is on women's history; gender, culture and nation; social institutions; sexuality, sexism and violence; and local and transnational women's movements. This course is restricted to 1st time Freshman going through the First Year Experience.

Dates: 5/22/19 - 6/29/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Smith
Fee: $909
CRN: 23779

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