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Summer 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 7/107 Experiences in the Visual Arts  (S.Vinci)

BUS 21 Essentials in Business Writing (M. French) 

BUS 145 Entrepreneurship (P. Millsap)

ENG 1B Freshman English (J. Johnson)  syllabus

ENG 195 English Seminar (M. Kidd)

HIS 1B Western Civilization (J. Crawford)

Pol 179 California Politics (J. Filla)

PSY 154 Applied Psychology Practicum (G. Travis)

RST 41/141 Introduction to Christian Ethics (R. Sanborn)  

SPE 10 Introduction to Communication (L. Fossum)

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

BUS 5/POL 5 Business Law I  (D. McLinden)  syllabus 

BUS 130  Principles of Finance (J. Robinson) 

BUS 131  Managerial Accounting  (D. Burkitt) 

ENG 1A Freshman English  (A. Drane)

ENG 145 American Literature: Beginnings to 1914 (J. Berliner)

FLM 143 Post-Production Audio (K.Thwaits)

MUS 25/125 Music Masterpieces (P. Zaferes) syllabus

PHI 160 Philosophy of Religion  (B. Tregenza) 

PSY 159 Social Psychology & Society  (L.Smith)

RST 23/190T Spiritual Journeys of Women (J. Houston)  


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

BUS 160 Principles of Marketing  (E. Perez)

ENG 135 Classic Films as Visual Literature  (L. Fossum)

ENG 143 English Literature: Beowulf to 1500 (B. Mello) 

MTH 10  Mathematical Ideals (P. McDonnell)

MTH 38  Elements of Probability & Statistics (J. Helston) 

PHI 5  Introduction to Logic (B. Tregenza)

PSY 168 Abnormal Psychology  (M. Levy)

RST 175  Myth, Religion and Culture  (D. VanDyke)  syllabus

SPA 33B Civilization & Culture of Hispanic America (M.  Fonseca)


On-Line Courses

BUS 177  Management Information Systems (K. Gosselin) 

BUS 185  Principles of Management (R. Apuan) 

BUS 188 Auditing (D. Burkitt)

BUS 194 Consumer Behavior   (I. Lovitch)

BUS 198 Advanced Accounting (D. Burkitt)

FLM/SOC 142 Women in Hollywood (P. Haldeman)

FLM/SOC 171 Film Noir and the City  (K. Thwaits

FLM/SOC 177 Human Rights & Science Fiction (C.Bunce) 

GER 181 Public Policy and Aging (M. Lagrimas)

SOC 13 Anatomy for Social Services (A. Romero) syllabus

SOC 108 Substance Abuse Counseling (J. Gordon)

SOC/CRI 115 Sociology of Violence (S. Harte)

SOC 134 Mediation & Negotiation (G. Hunt)

SOC 160 Diversity in Society  (C. Bunce)

SOC 162 Human Rights  (A. Romero)  syllabus

FLM/CRI/GER/SOC 197 Internship (P. Haldeman)



June 7-8

BUS 193 W1  Situational Leadership in the Workplace (J. Roach) syllabus

ENG 192 W1  Genre: The Novella (M. Berry)

PSY 167 Understanding and Reducing Bullying in the Home, School & Workplace (P. Brogan) 

June 28-29

BUS 193 W2 China: A SWOT Analysis (J. Cheung)

SOC 199 The Construction of Latina Beauty within a Capitalistic Democracy (V. Ochoa)

MUS 146 Enjoying Music in Los Angeles (P. Zaferes)

August 2-3 

BUS 193 W3 Crash Course in Project Management (J. Hicks)

ENG 192 W2 Shakespeare in the Park  (B. Ryan-Lopez) 

RST 190T How Christian Denominations Differ (D. Van Dyke)  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