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Spring 2014 Courses

Course details and syllabi will be posted as they become available. Schedule subject to change. Check back for updates.

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GROUP 1 Sat. 8 - 10, 12:40 - 2:40 & 4:30 - 6:30

ART 3/103 Visual Thinking (S. McDonnell) syllabus

BUS 185 Principles of Management (P. Antoniou) syllabus

ECO 1    Microeconomics (J. Kelly) syllabus

ENG 1B W1 Freshman English (J. Johnson)  syllabus

ENG 1B W2 Freshman English (A. Drane) syllabus

ENG 73/173 Shakespeare (M. Kidd) syllabus

FLM 140 Introduction to Avid Editing (C. Bunce) syllabus

LIB 110 Senior Seminar: "Classic Works and Society: Madame Bovary" (J. Crawford) syllabus

PHI 24/124 Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle (B. Tregenza) syllabus

PSY 1 Introduction to Psychology (G. Travis) ** syllabus

RST 135 Women & Christianity (J. Houston)   syllabus

SOC 117 Quantitative Research Methods (M. Higareda) syllabus

POL 137 Ethnic Conflict & Civil War (C. Jun) syllabus

GROUP 2 Sat. 10:10 - 12; Sun. 10:10 - 12 & 3:20 - 5:20

BUS 193 Corporate Social Responsibility  (J. Roach) syllabus

ENG 181  Theory & Criticism (A. Bardan) syllabus

FRE 33B  French Civilization & Culture (C. Spikes) syllabus

HIS 1A Western Civilization  (J. Crawford) syllabus **

MTH 10 Mathematical Ideas (P. McDonnell) syllabus

MTH 28 Mathematical Analysis for Business (X. Cai) syllabus

MUS 6/106 Varieties of Music (P. Zaferes) syllabus

PHI 10 Critical Thinking  (A. Yusimsyllabus

PHS 2 Contemporary Physical Sciences  (A.Dixon) syllabus

PSY 103 Applied Psychology (N.Dymchenko) syllabus

SOC 106 Introduction to Psychotherapy (J. Gordon) **   syllabus


Group 3 Sat. 2:50 - 4:20; Sun, 8 - 10 & 12:40 - 3:10

BUS 15B Accounting Principles II (D. Burkitt)  syllabus

BUS 181 Global Business  (E. Perez) syllabus

ENG 1A Freshman English (A. Drane) syllabus

ENG 118 Great Works in World Literature (A. Thornesyllabus

GER 188 Adaptations for Elders (T. Chateau) syllabus

PHI 92/192W1  Business Ethics (B. Tregenzasyllabus

PHI 92/192W2  Business Ethics (A. Yusim) 92 syllabus  192 syllabus

PSY 125 Basic Counseling Skills  (M. Levy) syllabus

RST 11/155D Introduction to Hebrew Scriptures (D. VanDyke)  syllabus

RST 172 The Buddha & the Christ (L. Wright-Garry)

SPA 33A Civilization & Culture of Spain (B.  Gomez) syllabus

SPE 10 Introduction to Communication (L. Fossum)***   syllabus


On-Line Courses

BUS 160 W1 Principles of Marketing (G. Goodstone)  syllabus

BUS 160 W2 Principles of Marketing (G. Goodstone)  syllabus

BUS 138 Intermediate Accounting II (D. Burkitt) syllabus

CRI 197ABC Internship (P. Haldeman)

CRI/SOC 111 Criminology  (M. Dakak) syllabus

CRI/SOC 114 Corrections (M. Ensley) syllabus

FLM 131 Film & Social Justice (K. Fritschi)

SOC/GER 192 Thanatology (C. Bunce) syllabus

SOC/GER 120 Case Management (M. Daniel) syllabus

Hybrid Courses

HIS 1A Western Civilization (J. Crawford) ** syllabus

PSY 1 Introduction to Psychology (G. Travis) ** 

SOC 106 Intro to Psychotherapy  (J. Gordon) ** 

Travel/Study Courses

Peru: Into the 21st Century (K. Whitman) travel Dates: Feb 28-Mar7 Information


February 8-9

BUS 193W1  A Crash Course in Entrepreneurship (M. Baca) syllabus

ENG 192  Comedy and Farce in Theater (M. Berry) syllabus

FLM 100 Introduction to Final Cut Pro Editing (TBD)

RST190T Early Christian Heresies and their Effects on Western Culture (D. VanDyke) syllabus

March 1-2

BUS 193W2 How to Avoid Death by PowerPoint (P. Millsap) syllabus

PSY 167 Understanding Psychology & Spirituality (P. Brogan) syllabus

SPA 194  Latino Culture in Los Angeles  (C. DeNeve)

April 26-27 

BUS 193W3 Social Media (M. Cook) syllabus

SOC 199 Social Interaction vs. Social Isolation (J. Gordon)  syllabus

SPA 194  Latino Culture in Los Angeles  (B. Gomez)  syllabus

BUS 193 (W2) Managing Diversity (P. Antoniou)

* See course syllabus regarding fees for admission to museums or for tickets to performances

** This course is a hybrid blend of live meetings and web-based assignments. Please see your course syllabus for details.

*** This course is a 2-unit course. It only meets on Sundays