Courses

CSUDH Winter Session 2019

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Winter Session Courses

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Winter Intersession: Course Descriptions & Details

Following are classes to be offered during the upcoming Spring Intersession.
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AFRICANA STUDIES

  AFS 310 African Diaspora in the United States (online) (3)

The purpose of this course is to explore the social, political, economic and cultural environment of the Africana community in the United States. In addition, students will examine the influence of race on Africana people’s social and historical development. Course content seeks to investigate how the Africana community in the United States has advanced and shaped the social and political landscape of the nation. The course also focuses on the modes in which the Africana community in the United State establishes and maintains its cultural space.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Gammage
Fee: $909
CRN: 10559

  AFS 332 Harlem Renaissance (online) (3)

The Harlem Renaissance was a key historical movement that engaged the politics of the African experience through arts during post-WWI New York. This course will explore the artistic productions (literary, music and performance) of key figures, scholarly works analyzing significant events and films that way in on the debates of the time centered on race, culture and social issues pertinent to people of African descent.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Faraji
Fee: $909
CRN: 10611

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANT 371-01 Historical and Cultural Perspectives in Disability Studies (3)

Theoretical and historical perspectives on issues pertaining to disability studies/research. The course explores cultural concepts of "normalcy" and "disability" and reviews ethnographic contexts of disability in a variety of communities in the United States and the world.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 12 - 4pm
Location: SBS E116
Instructor: Armstrong
Fee: $909
CRN: 10587

ANT 495-01 Traditional Mesoamerican Agriculture and Sustainability (3)

Prerequisite: upper division standing
Travel to Southern Mexico and discover the many ways that rural families sustain themselves, with a particular focus on an ethnoecological approach to understanding how people understand and interact with their environment. Course includes: orientation on campus Dec. 21, and 13-day trip to Chiapas, Mexico (Jan. 3-Jan. 15), where students conduct ethnoecological fieldwork and visit museums and archaeological sites.

For further information, contact Dr. Jan Gasco at jgasco@csudh.edu or 310-243-3506.

Dates: 1/3/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-S-S
Times: All Day
Location: Mexico
Instructor: Gasco
Fee: $909
CN: 10615

Course Schedule

  • December 1: Deadline to enroll
  • December 21:
    Class meets at DH, Anthro Lab, SBS A-134, 1 - 4pm – General Orientation. Introduction to the field of sustainable agriculture and to the research area. (3 hours)
  • Jan. 3:
    Class flies to Tapachula, Mexico, and travel by taxi to Escuintla.
  • Jan. 3 - 10:
    Conduct field research in Escuintla area assisted by local residents.
    The daily schedule will vary, but most days we will leave for the field by 7:30 and return by around 3 for a late lunch (when people eat their main meal).
    In the evenings (6-8) we will have informal discussions/seminars and we may have local people come to talk to us. Evenings also will be a time when students write in their journals. (64 hours)
    One day will be spent touring the La Encrucijada Biosphere.
  • Jan.11 - 14:
    Travel to San Cristobal de las Casas by bus where we will visit local museums, see local ruins, visit indigenous communities. (24 hours)
  • Jan. 15:
    Fly from Tuxtla Gutierrez to LA. Jan TBA: final Journal due

(Total hours, 91, Activity class, 3 units)

For complete details and fee information, visit CSUDH Study Abroad: Chiapas, México ►

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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: 1/2/19 - 1/4/19
Days: W-Th-F
Times: 1pm - 5:20pm
Location: SBS G126
Instructor: Sheu
Fee: $303
CRN: 10588

BUS 302-01 Written 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 drafting, revising and polishing professional business documents.

Dates: 1/7/19 - 1/9/19
Days: M-T-W
Times: 1pm - 5:20pm
Location: SBS G126
Instructor: Williams
Fee: $303
CRN: 10592

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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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Sturm
Fee: $909
CRN: 10616

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CHICANA/CHICANO STUDIES

  CHS 323-41 U.S. Immigration Citizenship: A Latino Perspective (online) (3)

The course seeks to understand some of the issues which concern Mexican/Latino immigrant people, specifically Mexican and Central American groups, in efforts to bring awareness to this human crisis and explore some of its effects on the U.S. Latino community. Note: meets the same requirement as SBS 318.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 10am - 2pm
Location: LCH A224
Instructor: Obando
Fee: $909
CRN: 10590

CHS 330-01 Mexican and Latino Identities in the U.S. (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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 9am - 12:20pm
Location: SBS B231
Instructor: Serrato
Fee: $909
CRN: 10591

  CHS 330-41 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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Fraga
Fee: $909
CRN: 10583

CHS 340-01 Native American and Chicana Women's Prose (3)

Course explores contemporary cultural and historical narratives by and about Native American Chicana women in the U.S. Through poetry, short stories, and narratives the class will analyze the histories of colonial exploitation, historical memories, gender oppression, and marginalization.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 6-9pm
Location: SBS A216
Instructor: Garcia
Fee: $909
CRN: 10593

CHS 340-35 Native American and Chicana Women's Prose (hybrid) (3)

Course explores contemporary cultural and historical narratives by and about Native American Chicana women in the U.S. Through poetry, short stories, and narratives the class will analyze the histories of colonial exploitation, historical memories, gender oppression, and marginalization.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: M-W-F (1/2, 1/4, 1/7, 1/9, 1/11, 1/14)
Times: 9am - 1pm
Location: SBS E220
Instructor: Chavez
Fee: $909
CRN: 10594

  CHS 345-41 Identity in the Americas (online) (3)

Mexican American life to 1900, stressing the evolution of economic and political thought, social institutions, and cultural expressions.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Lopez Morin
Fee: $909
CRN: 10561

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CHILD DEVELOPMENT

CDV 444-01 Language, Cognition & Schooling (3)

Prerequisites: CDV 320, 325, 330 & 360
Theoretical and empirical overview of cognitive and language development from birth through the end of adolescence; second language acquisition; interconnections between cognitive development, language development and schooling.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 5 - 9:30pm
Location: SBS A144
Instructor: Begolli
Fee: $909
CRN: 10622

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COMMUNICATIONS

  COM 100-41 Media and Society (Online) (3)

A critical overview of media culture including newspapers, magazines, film, radio, television, popular music, advertising, public relations, and the Internet. Focuses on building critical media literacy skills by developing a concrete understanding of media history, media analysis, the structure of media industries and their major players and products.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Cheever
Fee: $909
CRN: 10574

  COM 365-41 Introduction to Public Relations (online) (3)

Public relations practices and principles as applied to government, education and industry.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: de la Serna
Fee: $909
CRN: 10575

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COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

CIS 270-01 Information Systems & Technology Fundamentals (3)

Provides an introduction to information technology, systems concepts, and application software. Covers system components and relationships, cost/value and quality of information, and package software solutions. Includes basic skills related to operating systems, word processing, spreadsheet software, and the Internet

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 8:30am - 12:50pm
Location: TBA
Instructor: Eyadat
Fee: $909
CRN: 10596

CIS 275-01 Internet Literacy (3)

Prerequisites: CIS 270 or CSC 111 or CSC 121 is recommended Digital skills and concepts needed for success in the Internet era as a student, professional, and lifelong learner. Concepts pertaining to Internet technology and applications and their implications for key relationships of human kind to the social and physical environment. Skills using and developing Internet applications in everyday life.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 8:30am - 12:50pm
Location: TBA
Instructor: Chi-Wen
Fee: $909
CRN: 10597

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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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Ressl
Fee: $909
CRN: 23470

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

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

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Carreon
Fee: $909
CRN: 10555

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DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS

DMA 494-01 Independent Study (3)

Prerequisite: conset of instructor.
Investigation of a single topic, chosen in consultation with a faculty member, culminating in a paper, presentation, or creative project. Repeatable for credit up to six units

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: TBD
Times: TBD
Location: TBD
Instructor: Vinovich
Fee: $909
CRN: 10556

DMA 496-01 Internship in Media (3)

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.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: TBD
Times: TBD
Location: TBD
Instructor: Mahler
Fee: $303
CRN: 10623

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EARTH SCIENCES

EAR 101-01 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: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th
Times: 8:30am - 12:45pm
Location: NSM B234
Instructor: Cummings
Fee: $303
CRN: 10562

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ECONOMICS

ECO 210-01 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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: T-W-Th-F
Times: 10am - 2:20pm
Location: TBA
Instructor: El Hag
Fee: $909
CRN: 10612

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ENGLISH

ENG 230-01 Literature and Popular Culture (3)

Prerequisite: ENG 110 required; ENG 111 recommended.
Ways of reading literature and popular culture to enhance understanding, appreciation and enjoyment. Requires frequent writing assignments.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 1 - 4:30pm
Location: LCH A324
Instructor: Giannotti
Fee: $909
CRN: 10595

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HEALTH SCIENCE

HEA 313-01 Introduction to Biostatistics (3)

Prerequisites: HEA 201, MAT 131
Introduction to the basic concepts of biostatistics and their application and interpretation. Topics include descriptive statustics, graphics, diagnostic tests, probability distributions, inference, tests of significance, association, linear and logistic regression, and life tables.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 6 - 9:45pm
Location: SBS B231
Instructor: Ortega
Fee: $909
CRN: 10634

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HISTORY

HIS 101-01 History of the United States (3)

A study of the ideals, creeds, institutions, and behavior of the peoples of the United States . Meets the State requirement in U.S. History.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 11:30am - 2:55pm
Location: SBS D125
Instructor: Alvarez
Fee: $909
CRN: 10576

HIS 380-01 Women in History (3)

Changing role of women in the family, political economy and culture of various societies. Topics vary, for example, Women in History: Sex Roles in North and South America; Women in History: Women in China ; Women in History: Sex roles and Feminism in the United States.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: Th-F-Sat on the following dates: 12/21-22, 1/3-5, 1/10-12
Times: Th-F 5-9:30pm, Sat 1/5 10am - 4:30pm, Sat 1/12 10am - 5:30pm
Location: LCH A224
Instructor: Murillo
Fee: $909
CRN: 10563

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HUMANITIES

  HUM 310-41 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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Fitzsimmons
Fee: $909
CRN: 10564

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HUMAN SERVICES

  HUS 330-41 Human Behavior and Social Environment (Online) (3)

Prerequisite: HUS 300
This course critically applies human services theories on the assessment of human behavior in the biological, psychological and social development of people over their lifespan with special focus on diversity such as race, gender, class, and disabilities.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Phan
Fee: $909
CRN: 10557

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INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES/PACE

  IDS 326-41 Race and Popular Culture in the U.S. (online) (3)

From an interdisciplinary perspective, this class will examine the intersections of race and popular culture. By doing so, this course will explore how novels, television, movies, cartoons, magazines, advertising, etc. emerge as important sites of racial meaning in the 20th century. Such an exploration allows for critical insight into the dynamics and structures of power and the significance of race in the United States.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Choi
Fee: $909
CRN: 10560

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KINESIOLOGY

KIN 300-01 Tests and Measurements in Physical Education (3)

Prerequisites: Fulfillment of ELM requirement
Analysis, evaluation, interpretation, and use of tests and other assessment methods in physical education. Application of statistical procedures. Fee required.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: T-W-Th
Times: 9am - 1:20pm
Location: SAC 3142
Instructor: Ernst
Fee: $909
CRN: 10603

KIN 301-01 Kinesiology (3)

Prerequisites: BIO 250 and BIO 251 and either high school or college physics
Examination of anatomical structure, function, and mechanical principles relating to human motion, including analytical and practical application of concepts. Fee required.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: T-W-Th
Times: 7:30am - 2:15pm
Location: SAC 3136
Instructor: Chaparro
Fee: $909
CRN: 10618

KIN 301-02 Kinesiology Lab (0)

Prerequisites: BIO 250 and BIO 251 and either high school or college physics
Examination of anatomical structure, function, and mechanical principles relating to human motion, including analytical and practical application of concepts. Fee required.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: TBA
Times: TBA
Location: TBA
Instructor: Cheatham
Fee: $0
CRN: 10619

KIN 330-01 Somatic Education (3)

Prerequisite: PSY 101
Study of the nature of the human being as a continuum of body, mind and spirit integration. Examination of how the areas of anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, sociology, psychology, and spirituality fuse and the idea of a holistic lifestyle emerges.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 9am - 12:45pm
Location: SAC 2105
Instructor: Hancock
Fee: $909
CRN: 10607

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MATHEMATICS

MAT 131-01 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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-Sat (meeting dates: 12/21-22, 1/2-5, 1/7-12, 1/14-15)
Times:10am - 1:10pm
Location: SBS B203
Instructor: Perez
Fee: $909
CRN: 10551

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MUSIC

  MUS 312-41 The Jazz Age (online) (3)

This course explores the social, cultural, and historical turbulence of 1920s America with a focus on the ways jazz aesthetics in music, literature, and the arts both influenced and reflected new ways of thinking about American identity.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Avery
Fee: $909
CRN: 10582

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PHILOSOPHY

  PHI 102-41 Humanity, Nature, and God (online) (3)

Critical examination of perennial philosophical issues such asthe nature of philosophy, the existence of God, free will, truth. Both Western and non-Western perspectives are discussed. Gives student understanding of his/her societal context. Essays as well as exams.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Nelson
Fee: $909
CRN: 10617

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POLITICAL SCIENCE

POL 100-01 General Studies Political Science: World Perspectives (3)

An introdution to world affairs and the role of the individual in an increasingly complex and interdependent international system. Both the conceptual and practical aspects of problem solving and decision making as they relate to international cooperation and conflict.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 9am - 1pm
Location: LCH A227
Instructor: Chang
Fee: $909
CRN: 10577

POL 101-01 American Institutions (3)

A study of contemporary political institutions, with emphasis on the philosophy, structure, and behavior of the American political system, including the State of California. Meets State requirement in U.S. Constitution and California State and Local government.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 1 - 5pm
Location: SBS F121
Instructor: Russo
Fee: $909
CRN: 10578

  POL 101-41 American Institutions (Online) (3)

A study of contemporary political institutions, with emphasis on the philosophy, structure, and behavior of the American political system, including the State of California. Meets State requirement in U.S. Constitution and California State and Local government.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Whetmore
Fee: $909
CRN: 10579

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PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 101-01 General Studies Psychology: Understanding Human Behavior (3)

An introduction to psychology emphasizing the personal, cognitive and social development and functioning of the individual, and the influence of both physiological and social factors. Consideration of basic concepts and applications.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Carrier
Fee: $909
CRN: 10584

PSY 305-01 History and Systems of Psychology (3)

The study of the development of psychology as a discipline, and the influence of principal leaders and modern psychology.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/8/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F-Sat-Sun
Times: 1 - 4:45pm
Location: SBS A216
Instructor: Brown-Taylor
Fee: $909
CRN: 10598

  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 and conformity.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Sneed
Fee: $909
CRN: 10600

  PSY 350-01 Child Psychology (online) (3)

The cognitive, psychological and social development of the child from birth to adolescence. Fieldwork at discretion of instructor.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Hurtado-Ortiz
Fee: $909
CRN: 10585

  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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Santos
Fee: $909
CRN: 10601

  PSY 368-41 Human Sexuality (Online) (3)

Course will cover the physiological and psychological aspects of human sexuality. The origin and treatment of sexual dysfunction will also be discussed.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Paxton
Fee: $909
CRN: 10599

PSY 464-01 Introduction to Clinical Psychology (3)

Prerequisite: PSY 363
An overview of psychology in the clinical situation. The scope, ethics, theories and methods of clinical psychology.

Dates: 1/2/15 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 4:30 - 8:15pm
Location: SBS B209
Instructor: Park
Fee: $909
CRN: 10610

  PSY 490-41 Senior Seminar (online) (3)

Prerequisites: PSY 230, PSY 235, and PSY 330 or PSY 331 and senior standing
The theme of this course is Forensic and Legal psychology. We will be covering topics such as eyewitness memory, false confessions, lie detection, the insanity defense, the death penalty, etc. Senior seminar is designed to integrate previous work and experience by emphasizing the application of theoretical models and research designs and the relationship among theory, research, and the dissemination of research findings. This is a writing intense course, so you will be writing a 15-page research proposal.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Vieira
Fee: $909
CRN: 10586

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SCIENCE, MATH AND TECHNOLOGY

  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.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: McNulty
Fee: $909
CRN: 10565

  SMT 312-42 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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Sinha
Fee: $909
CRN: 10566

SMT 416-01 Earth Science for Teachers (3)

Prerequisite: Completion of lower division General Education science requirement.
Study of planet Earth including such topics as geology, volcanoes, earthquakes, fossils, ocianography, weather, and astronomy as appropriate for elementary and junior high teachers.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 12:30 - 2pm
Location: SAC 2106
Instructor: Thapa
Fee: $909
CRN: 10568

SMT 416L-02 Earth Science for Teachers Lab (0)

Prerequisite: Completion of lower division General Education science requirement.
Lab for study of planet Earth including such topics as geology, volcanoes, earthquakes, fossils, ocianography, weather, and astronomy as appropriate for elementary and junior high teachers.

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 2:15 - 4:40pm
Location: SAC 2106
Instructor: Chhetri
Fee: $0
CRN: 10569

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SOCIOLOGY

  SOC 320-41 Sociology of the Family (Online) (3)

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

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Pinto
Fee: $909
CRN: 10570

  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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Aguilera
Fee: $909
CRN: 10620

  SOC 362-41 Gangs & Adolescent Subcultures (Online) (3)

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

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Skiffer
Fee: $909
CRN: 10571

  SOC 363-41 Sociology of Drugs and Alcohol (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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Shakib
Fee: $909
CRN: 10572

  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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Soto
Fee: $909
CRN: 10573

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SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

  SBS 318-41 New Perspectives on Language and Sex (online) (3)

This course is designed to train students to become proficient at the analysis of language, gender and sex from a global perspective. This cross-cultural, interdisciplinary course will introduce both men and women students to women's issues as they interface with language and sex.

Dates: 12/21/18-1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Heinze Balcazar
Fee: $909
CRN: 10604

  SBS 318-42 New Perspectives on Language and Sex (online) (3)

This course is designed to train students to become proficient at the analysis of language, gender and sex from a global perspective. This cross-cultural, interdisciplinary course will introduce both men and women students to women's issues as they interface with language and sex.

Dates: 12/21/18-1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Villanueva
Fee: $909
CRN: 10605

  SBS 318-43 Race, Class and Gender (online) (3)

Analysis of cultural diversity and the correlation between race, class, and gender at the community, national, and international levels.

Dates: 12/21/18-1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: McGarvey
Fee: $909
CRN: 10606

  SBS 318-44 Social Movements in Latin America (online) (3)

Description This course examines contemporary social movements in Latin America. It studies how common people attempted to break down systems of domination to create a more inclusionary and empowered society. We will explore the successes and failures of a variety of popular movements, including populism, feminism, Black movements, peasant and Indian movements, urban movements, labor movements, and environmental movements.

Dates: 12/22/18-1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Daza
Fee: $909
CRN: 10621

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SPANISH

  SPA 280-41 Grammar for Spanish Composition (online) (3)

Students advance their knowledge of Spanish grammar in the areas of orthography, accentuation, punctuation, parts of speech, verb morphology, sentence types. Students will study essay types, with an emphasis on narration.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Gomez
Fee: $909
CRN: 10580

  SPA 351-41 Contemporary Hispanic Culture: Spanish-Speaking America (online) (3)

Prerequisite: SPA 221 or equivalent
A designated geographical area studies course focusing on patterns of culture in the Spanish-speaking world. Specific topics may vary from semester to semester. Norms, intergroup relations, institutions, language, and society values of rural and urban people.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Mendoza-Diaz
Fee: $909
CRN: 10581

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THEATRE

THE 120-01 Fundamentals of Speech (3)

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

Dates: 1/2/19 - 1/15/19
Days: M-T-W-Th-F
Times: 11am - 2:50pm
Location: WH A139
Instructor: Leonard
Fee: $909
CRN: 10552

THE 315-41 The American Musical (3)

Prerequisites: ENG 110 and ENG 111
This course investigates the American Musical as social history, and studies musicals as a reflection of cultural, economic, and political developments. Students learn how our musicals have portrayed our national identity.

Dates: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: DeLuca
Fee: $909
CRN: 10553

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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: 12/21/18 - 1/15/19
Days: online
Times: online
Location: online
Instructor: Smith
Fee: $909
CRN: 10567

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