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1ASTRO-299Student Instructional Assistant@@HjqDF
2CHEM-107Integrated Inorganic, Organic, and Biological ChemistryThis assessment relates to the foundational topics of molecular structure and how molecules interact which is a basic concept of physical sciences.
3CHEM-120General College Chemistry I
4CHEM-121General College Chemistry IIThe assessments performed in 2018/19 involved asking students to "solve problems in a wide range of contexts utilizing scientific methods", including modeling and prediction of chemical reactions, quantitative algebraic methods, and graphical methods.
5COMSC-101Computer LiteracyTopic #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) addresses the DVC GELO for this course.
6COMSC-110Introduction to ProgrammingTopic #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) addresses the DVC GELO for this course. The course level
7COMSC-165Advanced Programming with C and C++Topic #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) addresses the DVC GELO for this course.
8COMSC-255Programming With JavaTopic #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) addresses the DVC GELO for this course.
9DRAMA-114Script AnalysisCourse meets CSU elective, DVC GE Sequence elective, IGETC elective, as well as the Technical Theater-AA and Certificate of Theater.
10ECE-124Child Development and PsychologyThe content of this course has been examined for alignment to the GE learning outcomes. The course meets this requirement by exploring the function and organization of various historical, cultural, and gender-based origins of child development.
11ECE-130Child, Family, and CommunityIn reviewing the course SLO assessment data, the discipline feels that this course still aligns with the GE Learning Outcome. We will continue to review our SLO assessment findings at the end of each assessment cycle and review the GELO alignment.
12ECE-144Diversity in Early Childhood EducationIn reviewing the course SLO assessment data, the discipline feels that this course still aligns with the GE Learning Outcome. We will continue to review our SLO assessment findings at the end of each assessment cycle and review the GELO alignment.
13MATH-114GeometryDVC: This course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by course topics 1, 2, and 3.
14MATH-119Beginning and Intermediate AlgebraDVC: This course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 1 and 4.
15MATH-120Intermediate AlgebraDVC: This course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topic 1 and 6. This course will no longer be offered after Spring 2019 and should be removed from the GELO matrix.
16MATH-120SPIntermediate Algebra - Self PacedDVC: This course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topic 1. This course will no longer be offered after Fall 2019 and should be removed from the GELO matrix.
17MATH-121Plane TrigonometryDVC: This course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 1 and 3. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 1 and 3.
18MATH-124Mathematics for Liberal ArtsDVC: This course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 1 and 2. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 1 and 2. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topics 1 and 2.
19MATH-125Mathematical Concepts for Elementary School TeachersDVC: This course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topic 3. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topic 3.
20MATH-135College AlgebraDVC: This course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topic 3. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topic 3. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topic 3.
21MATH-135SPCollege Algebra - Self PacedDVC: This course is duplicated (listed twice in the matrix of this GELO). It is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable)and is satisfied by topic 3. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topic 3. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topic 3.
22MATH-142Elementary Statistics with ProbabilityDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 6 through 9. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 6 through 9. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topics 6 through 9.
23MATH-144Statway IIDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 1 through 4. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 1 through 4. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topics 1 through 4.
24MATH-181Finite MathematicsDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 1 through 3. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 1 through 3. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topics 1 through 3.
25MATH-182Calculus for Management, Life Science and Social Science IDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topic 1. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topic 1. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topic 1.
26MATH-183Calculus for Management, Life Science and Social Science IIDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). SLOs G and E address this PLO. During the next assessment cycle this course will be assessed using a new assessment topic which addresses this PLO. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. SLOs G and E address this PLO. During the next assessment cycle this course will be assessed using a new assessment topic which addresses this PLO. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2. SLOs G and E address this PLO. During the next assessment cycle this course will be assessed using a new assessment topic which addresses this PLO.
27MATH-191Pre-CalculusDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topic 3. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topic 3. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topic 3.
28MATH-192Analytic Geometry and Calculus IDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topic 4. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topic 4. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topic 4.
29MATH-193Analytic Geometry and Calculus IIDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 1, 2 and 4. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 1 2, and 4. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topics 1, 2, and 4.
30MATH-194Linear AlgebraDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 4. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by 4. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by 4.
31MATH-195Discrete MathematicsDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 1 and 2. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 1 and 2. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topics 1 and 2.
32MATH-292Analytic Geometry and Calculus IIIDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by course topics 1 through 6. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 1 through 6. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 and is satisfied by topics 1 through 6.
33MATH-294Differential EquationsDVC: The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by course topics 1, 2, 3, and 4. CSU: This course is aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable). The X should be removed from PLO #4 and be placed under PLO #2. PLO #2 is satisfied by topics 1 through 6. IGETC: The X should be removed from PLO #4. The course is properly aligned with PLO #2 (critically analyze and solve problems using the appropriate technique for the issue at hand, including appropriate use of logic, mathematics, multi-disciplinary, and cultural considerations where applicable) and is satisfied by topics 1 through 6.
34MUSIC-112America's Music - A Multicultural PerspectiveAssessment will be done when the course is next taught. Course was last taught FA2010
35MUSIC-122Theory and Musicianship IDVC: The course is properly aligned with GELO #2 and 3 and is satisfied by topics 1-6. CSU: GELO #2 and 3 is satisfied by topics 1-6. IGETC: The course is properly aligned with GELO #2 and 3 and is satisfied by topic 1-6.
36PHILO-120Introduction to PhilosophyStudents completing the class will develop an empathy mindset. Philosophy 120 encourages students to consider and engage with diverse world philosophies and ethical theories. By exposing students to various worldviews, this leads to a greater appreciation and respect for diversity and inclusion.
37PHILO-170Symbolic LogicStudents completing the class will develop critical thinking skills by learning the fundamental rules and methods of inquiry in symbolic and formal logic. Symbolic and formal logic provide a large portion of the foundational analytical structure under-girding the sciences, law, and critical thinking in general.
38PSYCH-101Introduction to PsychologyCourse meets CSU elective, DVC GE Sequence elective, IGETC elective, and Psychology AA-T elective.
39PSYCH-130Introduction to Biological PsychologyCourse meets CSU elective, DVC GE Sequence elective, IGETC elective, and Psychology AA-T elective.
40PSYCH-160Psychology of WomenCourse meets CSU elective, DVC GE Sequence elective, IGETC elective, and Psychology AA-T elective.
41PSYCH-200Life Span DevelopmentCourse meets CSU elective, DVC GE elective, IGETC elective, and the Psychology AA-T elective.
42PSYCH-220Psychology of Personality: Personal, Social, Cultural DifferencesCourse meets CSU GE elective, DVC GE. elective, IGETC GE elective, and the Psychology AA-T elective.
43PSYCH-240Transpersonal PsychologyCourse meets CSU GE elective, DVC GE elective, IGETC elective, and the Psychology AA-T elective.
44SIGN-281American Sign Language (ASL) IIIn reviewing the course SLO assessment data, the discipline feels that this course still aligns with the GE Learning Outcome. We will continue to review our SLO assessment findings at the end of each assessment cycle and review the GELO alignment.
45SIGN-282American Sign Language (ASL) IIIIn reviewing the course SLO assessment data, the discipline feels that this course still aligns with the GE Learning Outcome. We will continue to review our SLO assessment findings at the end of each assessment cycle and review the GELO alignment.
46SIGN-283American Sign Language (ASL) IVIn reviewing the course SLO assessment data, the discipline feels that this course still aligns with the GE Learning Outcome. We will continue to review our SLO assessment findings at the end of each assessment cycle and review the GELO alignment.
47SOCIO-122Critical Thinking About Social and Cultural IssuesThis SLO provides students with general knowledge of key social issues that impact our society. In addition, students are introduced to critical thinking techniques that can be used across disciplines.
48SOCSC-123American Popular CultureThe course content, which examines contemporary media, and the exercise of discussing content with classmates makes this portion of the course engaging and important for the overall learning objectives of the social science program and curriculum. Critical thinking is a key aspects of the educational experience across the disciplines. Furthermore, students will also acquire an understanding of the importance and utility of theoretical frameworks for analyzing and critiquing content.
49SOCSC-220Women in United States SocietySocial Science 220 provides students across all disciplines an opportunity to study the contributions made by women in the United States throughout history. By learning about a number of historical, political, social and economic issues that impact women, students will be well versed on women's experiences, but will also develop an understanding of how the histories of certain groups are often not highlighted in the traditional general education curriculum. This course, therefore, provides students with the ability to challenge traditional presentations and perspectives, by giving students the opportunity to explore an array of political, economic and social issues through a lens that takes gender and women's experiences into account. Social Science 220 helps students to appreciate diversity, to critically think, and to explore new ways to interpret and present key social and political issues impacting United States society.

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1ADJUS-120Introduction to the Administration of JusticeMatt Morrissey
2ADJUS-139Gangs and Threat Groups in AmericaMatt Morrissey
3ANTHR-115Primate Evolution and AdaptationObed Vazquez
4ANTHR-120Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion in the AmericasObed Vazquez
5ANTHR-125Introduction to Archaeology and PrehistoryJayne Smithson
6ANTHR-130Cultural AnthropologyChris Mercer
7ANTHR-135Native AmericansObed Vazquez
8ANTHR-140Biological AnthropologySteve Johnson
9ARABC-121Second Term ArabicNaomi Nezuka
10ARCHI-120Introduction to Architecture and Environmental DesignDaniel Abbott
11ARCHI-121Architectural Design IDaniel Abbott
12ARCHI-130Architectural Graphics IDaniel Abbott
13ARCHI-156History of World Architecture: Early Civilizations to Middle AgesDaniel Abbott
14ARCHI-157History of World Architecture: Middle Ages to 18th CenturyDaniel Abbott
15ARCHI-158History of World Architecture: 18th Century to PresentDaniel Abbott
16ARCHI-160History of American ArchitectureDaniel Abbott
17ART-151Visual Theory and Practice - Ceramic ArtART chair
18ARTDM-214Introduction to Graphic Designkevin leeper
19ARTHS-191Critical Thinking in Visual StudiesKristen Koblik
20ARTHS-193History of Asian ArtElizabeth Gand
21ARTHS-195History of Prehistoric and Ancient ArtElizabeth Gand
22ARTHS-196History of Medieval and Renaissance ArtKristen Koblik
23ARTHS-197History of Baroque to 20th Century ArtKristen Koblik
24ARTHS-199Contemporary Art HistoryKristen Koblik
25ASTRO-110The Visible UniversePaul Sasse
26ASTRO-120Elementary AstronomyPaul Sasse
27ASTRO-128The Universe for BeginnersPaul Sasse
28BIOSC-101Fundamentals of Biological ScienceRick Gelinas
29BIOSC-102Fundamentals of Biological Science with LaboratoryKimberly Taugher
30BIOSC-107Genetics and EvolutionRick Gelians
31BIOSC-116Human BiologyCatherine Machalinski
32BIOSC-117Human Biology with LaboratoryCatherine Machalinski
33BIOSC-119Fundamentals of MicrobiologyKaren Gard
34BIOSC-120Introduction to Human Anatomy and PhysiologyMartha Dixon
35BIOSC-126Ecology and Field BiologyRay Goralka
36BIOSC-130Principles of Cellular and Molecular BiologyJulia Willsie
37BIOSC-131Principles of Organismal Biology, Evolution and EcologyRay Goralka
38BIOSC-139Human AnatomyMartha Dixon
39BIOSC-140Human PhysiologyJames Hoffmann
40BIOSC-146Principles of MicrobiologyKaren Gard
41BIOSC-161Fundamentals of Marine BiologySegal Boaz
42BIOSC-162Fundamentals of Marine Biology with LaboratoryJohn Freytag
43BIOSC-170Environmental ScienceJoseph Gorga
44BIOSC-171Environmental Science with LaboratoryKimberly Taugher
45BUS-240Business Statisticsalacayo@dvc.edu
46BUS-250Business CommunicationsAllan Lacayo
47CARER-110Career and Life PlanningDennis Franco
48CHEM-106Chemistry for Non-Science MajorsRon Rusay
49CHEM-108Introductory ChemistryClaudia Hein
50CHEM-109Introduction to Organic and BiochemistryClaudia Hein
51CHEM-226Organic Chemistry IJean Ruehl
52CHEM-227Organic Chemistry IIJean Ruehl
53CHIN-121Second Term Mandarin ChineseMilagros Ojermark
54CHIN-220Third Term Mandarin ChineseHan Lu
55CHIN-221Fourth Term Mandarin ChineseHan Lu
56COMM-120Public SpeakingRobert Hawkins
57COMM-121Persuasion and Critical ThinkingJennifer Tejada
58COMM-123Argumentation and DebateJennifer Tejada
59COMM-125Intercultural Communication
60COMM-130Small Group CommunicationRobert Hawkins
61COMM-148Performance of LiteratureJennifer Tejada
62COMM-180Introduction to Communication Theory
63COUNS-120Student SuccessCheryll Le May
64DANCE-201Western Culture Dance History: 20th Century to PresentKimberly Valmore
65DRAMA-122Basic Principles of ActingNicole Hess Diestler
66DRAMA-139Introduction to TheaterNicole Hess Diestler
67DRAMA-142Multicultural Perspectives in American TheaterNicole Diestler
68DRAMA-150Children's TheaterNicole Hess Diestler
69ECON-101Economics of Public IssuesECON chair
70ECON-200Introduction to EconomicsECON chair
71ECON-220Principles of MacroeconomicsECON chair
72ECON-221Principles of MicroeconomicsECON chair
73ENGIN-130Energy, Society, and the EnvironmentSeyyed Khandani
74ENGIN-131Technology and SocietyENGIN chair
75ENGL-122First-Year College Composition and ReadingJeannie Chiu
76ENGL-123Critical Thinking: Composition and LiteratureEllen Kruse
77ENGL-126Critical Thinking: The Shaping of Meaning in LanguageJeannie Chiu
78ENGL-150Introduction to LiteratureJeannie Chiu
79ENGL-151The Short StoryRayshell Clapper
80ENGL-152Film as LiteratureJeannie Chiu
81ENGL-153Contemporary PoetryJeannie Chiu
82ENGL-154Shakespeare and His WorldJohn Thomas
83ENGL-162Language, Literature, and CultureJeannie Chiu
84ENGL-163Asian American LiteratureLisa Ang
85ENGL-164Native American LiteraturesToni Fannin
86ENGL-166African American LiteratureToni Fannin
87ENGL-167Latin American LiteratureToni Fannin
88ENGL-168The Literatures of AmericaJohn Thomas
89ENGL-170World MythologyJeannie Chiu
90ENGL-172The Bible as LiteratureToni Fannin
91ENGL-173Queer Literature Across CulturesRayshell Clapper
92ENGL-175Science Fiction and Fantasy LiteratureJeannie Chiu
93ENGL-176The Graphic Novel as LiteratureAdam Bessie
94ENGL-177Children's LiteratureJohn Thomas
95ENGL-178Young Adult Literature
96ENGL-180Drama and Performance as LiteratureJohn Thomas
97ENGL-190Multicultural Literature by American WomenLisa Orta
98ENGL-222Creative WritingJeannie Chiu
99ENGL-223Short Story WritingJohn Thomas
100ENGL-224Poetry WritingJeannie Chiu
101ENGL-225Creative Nonfiction WritingToni Fannin
102ENGL-252Early English LiteratureJeannie Chiu
103ENGL-253Survey of Late English LiteratureJeannie Chiu
104ENGL-262Survey of Early American LiteratureJeannie Chiu
105ENGL-263Survey of Late American LiteratureJeannie Chiu
106ENGL-272Survey of Early World LiteratureRayshell Clapper
107ENGL-273Survey of Late World LiteratureJeannie Chiu
108ENGTC-111Mathematics for TechniciansJeffrey Smith
109FRNCH-121Second Term FrenchIsabel izquierdo
110FRNCH-220Third Term FrenchMilagros Ojermark
111FRNCH-221Fourth Term FrenchMilagros Ojermark
112FRNCH-230Fifth Term FrenchMilagros Ojermark
113FRNCH-231Sixth Term FrenchMilagros Ojermark
114FTVE-200American Cinema/American Culture
115FTVE-205Introduction to Film and Media Arts
116FTVE-210American Ethnic Cultures in Film
117FTVE-240History of Broadcasting and Electronic Media
118FTVE-260Ethnic Images in United States (U.S.) Television
119FTVE-280American Cinema 1900-1950
120FTVE-281World Cinema 1900-1960
121FTVE-282American Cinema 1950 to the Present
122FTVE-283World Cinema 1960 to the Present
123GEOG-120Physical Geographybinita sinha
124GEOG-130Cultural GeographyBuzz Holt
125GEOG-135World Regional GeographyBinita Sinha
126GEOG-140Introduction to WeatherMichael Quinn
127GEOL-120Physical GeologyJason Mayfield
128GEOL-121Earth and Life Through TimeJason Mayfield
129GEOL-125Geology of CaliforniaJason Mayfield
130GEOL-130Earth Science
131GRMAN-121Second Term GermanMilagros Ojermark
132GRMAN-220Third Term GermanIsabel Izquierdo
133GRMAN-221Fourth Term GermanMilagros Ojermark
134GRMAN-230Fifth Term GermanNancy Grabow
135GRMAN-231Sixth Term GermanNancy Grabow
136HIST-120History of the United States before 1865Matthew Powell
137HIST-121History of the United States after 1865melissa jacobson
138HIST-122Critical Reasoning in Historymelissa jacobson
139HIST-124History of Californiamelissa jacobson
140HIST-125History of the United States: A Mexican American PerspectiveCarmina Quirarte-Amador
141HIST-126The American Westmelissa jacobson
142HIST-127African American Perspective History of the US to 1865Matthew Powell
143HIST-128African American Perspective History of the US after 1865Matthew Powell
144HIST-129History of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United Statesmelissa jacobson
145HIST-135History of Latin America - The Colonial PeriodCarmina Quirarte-Amador
146HIST-136History of Latin America - The National PeriodCarmina Quirarte-Amador
147HIST-140History of Western Civilization to the Renaissancem
148HIST-141History of Western Civilization since the Renaissancemelissa jacobson
149HIST-142Contemporary European HistoryJohn Corbally
150HIST-150History of East Asia (to 1600)melissa jacobson
151HIST-151History of East Asia (from 1600 - Present)melissa jacobson
152HIST-170History of Women in the United States before 1877melissa jacobson
153HIST-171History of Women in the United States after 1865melissa jacobson
154HIST-180World History to 1500
155HIST-181World History since 1500
156HSCI-124Health and WellnessKris Hammar
157HSCI-127Drugs, Health and SocietyBarbara Hewitt
158HSCI-130Introduction to Public HealthBarbara Hewitt
159HSCI-135Health and Social Justice
160HSCI-140Human Sexualitybarbara hewitt
161HSCI-164Health and Healing Systems: Cross-Cultural PerspectivesKris Hammar
162HSCI-170Women's Healthbarbara hewitt
163HUMAN-105Introduction to Humanities: Arts and IdeasRuth Miller
164HUMAN-108Humanities: The Roots of HellRuth Miller
165HUMAN-110Humanities: Ancient CivilizationsRuth Miller
166HUMAN-111Humanities: The Middle Ages and RenaissanceRuth Miller
167HUMAN-112Humanities: The Modern WorldRuth Miller
168HUMAN-115Humanities: Multicultural AmericaRuth Miller
169HUMAN-116Humanities: The Arts and Culture of AsiaRuth Miller
170HUMAN-118Humanities: Fiction, Film, and CriticismRuth Miller
171HUMAN-123Humanities: American Popular CultureRuth Miller
172ITAL-121Second Term ItalianSheree Lin
173ITAL-220Third Term ItalianSheree Lin
174ITAL-221Fourth Term ItalianSheree Lin
175ITAL-230Fifth Term Italianisabel izquierdo
176ITAL-231Sixth Term Italianisabel izquierdo
177JAPAN-121Second Term JapaneseNaomi Nezuka
178JAPAN-220Third Term JapaneseIsabel Izquierdo
179JAPAN-221Fourth Term JapaneseIsabel Izquierdo
180JRNAL-110Mass Media of CommunicationMary Mazzocco
181KINES-100Fitness and WellnessMichael Chisar
182KINES-248Sport and Society
183KNACT-100ABeginning SwimmingRick Millington
184KNACT-100BIntermediate SwimmingRick Millington
185KNACT-102ABeginning Aquatic FitnessRick Millington
186KNACT-102BIntermediate Aquatic FitnessRick Millington
187KNACT-104Water AerobicsRick Millington
188KNACT-110ABeginning Hatha YogaWanda Bishop
189KNACT-110BIntermediate Hatha YogaWanda Bishop
190KNACT-110CAdvanced Hatha YogaWanda Bishop
191KNACT-114ABeginning Stretch and Yoga for SportsSherry Ayres
192KNACT-114BIntermediate Stretch and Yoga for SportsSherry Ayres
193KNACT-120Physical FitnessKINES chair
194KNACT-122ABeginning Body SculptJ. Theresa Flotres-Lowry
195KNACT-122BIntermediate Body SculptJ. Theresa Flotres-Lowry
196KNACT-124ABeginning Hips, Thighs and AbsShelly Pierson
197KNACT-124BIntermediate Hips, Thighs and AbsShelly Pierson
198KNACT-125ZumbaKINES chair
199KNACT-126Aerobics/Step AerobicsKINES chair
200KNACT-128ABeginning Cardio KickboxingTheresa Flores-Lowry
201KNACT-128BIntermediate Cardio KickboxingJ. Theresa Flores-Lowry
202KNACT-130ABeginning Fitness WalkingTheresa Flores-Lowry
203KNACT-130BIntermediate Fitness WalkingTheresa Flores-Lowry
204KNACT-132HikingKINES chair
205KNACT-140Stationary CyclingKINES chair
206KNACT-142ABeginning Boot CampKINES chair
207KNACT-144ABeginning Super CircuitKINES chair
208KNACT-144BIntermediate Super CircuitRalph DePew
209KNACT-146ATheory and Practice of Strength Training and Fitness IJackie Ponciano-Babb
210KNACT-146BTheory and Practice of Strength Training and Fitness IIJackie Ponciano-Babb
211KNACT-146CTheory and Practice of Strength Training and Fitness IIIJackie Ponciano-Babb
212KNACT-146DTheory and Practice of Strength Training and Fitness IVJackie Ponciano-Babb
213KNACT-148ABeginning Power TrainingMike Darr
214KNACT-148BIntermediate Power TrainingMike Darr
215KNACT-150Topics in Physical ActivityKINES chair
216KNACT-160ABeginning BadmintonTheresa Flores-Lowry
217KNACT-160BIntermediate BadmintonTheresa Flores-Lowry
218KNACT-162BowlingSteve Coccimiglio
219KNACT-164ABeginning Golfsteve coccimiglio
220KNACT-164BIntermediate GolfKINES chair
221KNACT-170ABeginning Basketballsteve coccimiglio
222KNACT-170BIntermediate BasketballSteve Coccimiglio
223KNACT-172Flag FootballMike Darr
224KNACT-174ABeginning Men's LacrosseKINES chair
225KNACT-174BIntermediate Men's LacrosseKINES chair
226KNACT-176ABeginning SoccerCaiiln Mullins
227KNACT-176BIntermediate SoccerCailin Mullins
228KNACT-182ABeginning VolleyballJackie Ponciano-Babb
229KNACT-182BIntermediate VolleyballJackie Ponciano-Babb
230KNACT-182CAdvanced VolleyballRalph DePew
231KNACT-195ABeginning Plyometrics and Agility Training for Female AthletesCailin Mullins
232KNACT-195BIntermediate Plyometrics and Agility Training for Female AthletesCailin Mullins
233KNACT-195CAdvanced Plyometrics and Agility Training for Female AthletesCailin Mullins
234KNDAN-100Introduction to DanceWanda Martin McGill
235KNDAN-105APilates Mat Work IRalph DePew
236KNDAN-105BPilates Mat Work IIRalph DePew
237KNDAN-110ABallet Fundamentals IJoan Burke
238KNDAN-110BBallet Fundamentals IIKNDAN chair
239KNDAN-120AJazz Dance Fundamentals IKimberly Valmore
240KNDAN-120BJazz Dance Fundamentals IIKimberly Valmore
241KNDAN-130AModern Dance Fundamentals IJoan Burke
242KNDAN-130BModern Dance Fundamentals IIJoan Burke
243KNDAN-150Topics in Dance ArtsRalph DePew
244KNDAN-160ATap Dance IKimberly Valmore
245KNDAN-160BTap Dance IICarolyn Mueller
246KNDAN-162Broadway DanceKimberly Valmore
247KNDAN-164ABallroom/Social Dance IAmy Farhood
248KNDAN-166Swing DanceKimberly Valmore
249KNDAN-168ASalsa and Latin Dance IErica Angelakos
250KNDAN-168BSalsa and Latin Dance IIErica Angelakos
251KNDAN-169AArgentine Tango I
252KNDAN-170AHip-Hop and Urban Funk Dance IKimberly Valmore
253KNDAN-170BHip-Hop and Urban Funk Dance IIKimberly Valmore
254MUSIC-110Music AppreciationBruce Cook
255MUSIC-114World MusicBruce Cook
256MUSIC-115Music of the Middle East and South AsiaBruce Cook
257MUSIC-116Native American Music of the AmericasBruce Cook
258MUSIC-117History of Rock and R&BGlenn Appell
259MUSIC-118History of JazzMatt Zebley
260MUSIC-119The History and Culture of Hip Hop Music
261NUTRI-115Nutrition and Health: Personal ApplicationsHelen DeMarco
262NUTRI-130Food and Nutrition: Cross Cultural Perspectivesdept chair
263NUTRI-160Nutrition: Science and ApplicationsHelen DeMarco
264OCEAN-101Fundamentals of OceanographyJohn Freytag
265OCEAN-102Fundamentals of Oceanography with LaboratoryJohn Freytag
266PERSN-121Second Term Persiansheree Lin
267PHILO-122Introduction to EthicsBob Abele
268PHILO-130Logic and Critical ThinkingBob Abele
269PHILO-140Introduction to Judeo-Christian TraditionBob Abele
270PHILO-141Introduction to the Philosophy of ReligionJacob Van Vleet
271PHILO-160Introduction to Social and Political PhilosophyBob Abele
272PHILO-220Comparative ReligionBob Abele
273PHILO-224History of Western Philosophy: Pre-Socratic to Medieval PeriodJacob Van Vleet
274PHILO-225History of Western Philosophy: Descartes to PresentJacob Van Vleet
275PHYS-110Elementary PhysicsMichael Connor
276PHYS-113Elementary Modern Physics: From Atoms to the Big BangMichael Connor
277PHYS-120General College Physics IMichael Connor
278PHYS-121General College Physics IIMichael Connor
279PHYS-129Introductory Physics for EngineersMichael Connor
280PHYS-130Physics for Engineers and Scientists A: Mechanics and Wave MotionMichael Connor
281PHYS-230Physics for Engineers and Scientists B: Heat and Electro-MagnetismMichael Connor
282PHYS-231Physics for Engineers and Scientists C: Optics and Modern PhysicsMichael Connor
283PHYSC-112Fundamentals of Physical ScienceTed Walker
284POLSC-120Introduction to PoliticsScott MacDougall
285POLSC-121Introduction to United States GovernmentScott MacDougall
286POLSC-127Introduction to Law and DemocracyPOLSC chair
287POLSC-151California PoliticsDorrie Mazzone
288POLSC-220Comparative PoliticsScott MacDougall
289POLSC-240Political TheoryDorrie Mazzone
290POLSC-250International RelationsScott MacDougall
291PSYCH-122Psychology in Modern LifeMark Akiyama
292PSYCH-140Psychology of African-Americans in a Multicultural SocietyRichard Risbrough
293PSYCH-141Psychology of Latinos/Chicanos in the U.S.Mark Akiyama
294PSYCH-145Critical Thinking in PsychologyMark Akiyama
295PSYCH-190Psychology of AdolescenceMark Akiyama
296PSYCH-215Introduction to Research Methods in PsychologyMark Akiyama
297PSYCH-225Social PsychologyMark Akiyama
298PSYCH-230Abnormal PsychologyMark Akiyama
299RUSS-121Second Term RussianIsabel Izquierdo
300RUSS-220Third Term RussianIsabel Izquierdo
301RUSS-221Fourth Term RussianIsabel Izquierdo
302SOCIO-120Introduction to SociologyAndrew (Andy) Barlow
303SOCIO-121Introduction to Social ProblemsFrank Ortega
304SOCIO-123Introduction to Social ResearchObed Vazquez
305SOCIO-124Gender, Culture, and SocietyLisa Smiley-Ratchford
306SOCIO-125Introduction to Marriage and FamilyLisa Smiley-Ratchford
307SOCIO-131The Urban CommunitySneha Dutta
308SOCIO-135Introduction to Race and EthnicityAndrew Barlow
309SOCSC-110The American Social ExperienceObed Vazquez
310SOCSC-111Money, Power and Politics in the United StatesObed Vazquez
311SOCSC-120Women and Social Change in the United States: 1890-PresentObed Vazquez
312SPAN-121Second Term SpanishMilagros Ojermark
313SPAN-220Third Term SpanishIsabel izquierdo
314SPAN-221Fourth Term SpanishIsabel izquierdo
315SPAN-230Fifth Term SpanishIsabel izquierdo
316SPAN-231Sixth Term SpanishIsabel izquierdo