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Online Classes

Students who take online classes make a commitment to log on to their classes at least three times per week . Online courses are designed for students who enjoy learning independently and cannot attend on-campus on a regular basis, and who are comfortable using a computer . Online courses are not self-paced courses; they follow the semester schedule and online students have deadlines and sched-ules just as classroom courses do . Online classes are academically the same as on-campus classes, and meet the same General Education and Transfer require-ments as their on-campus counterparts . To take online classes at ELAC, you must first apply to the campus and go through the matriculation process .

Online classes follow the same academic calendar as regular classes . This means that they start when the semester starts . Some online classes are short term classes which have their own start dates; please check the schedule of classes on those dates: http://www .elac .edu/schedules/index .htm .

The office of Distance Education nor the Distance Education Coordinator does not provide academic counseling (http://www .elac .edu/studentservices/counsel-ing/index .htm) or financial aid information (http://www .elac .edu/admission/finaid/ index .htm) .

BEFORE ENROLLING IN AN ONLINE CLASS:

• You must be a student at ELAC:

http://www .elac .edu/admission/regulations .htm

• You must have completed the matriculation and orientation process: http:// www .elac .edu/admission/matriculation/index .htm

• You must have a valid email registered with the campus: https://eweb3.laccd. edu/WebStudent/signon .asp

• You must enroll during your appointment date and time

DURING ENROLLMENT OF ONLINE CLASSES:

• You must register for classes using the Student Information System: https:// eweb3 .laccd .edu/WebStudent/signon .asp

• If you missed the regular registration period you must use the ACE portal to ADD: http://www .elac .edu/online/OnlineAdd .htm

- Only the instructor of the course can add you to a class

- Please direct questions about course content, requirements, and/or requests to add a course to the instructor .

- The instructor of the course must first approve your add request

- Once the instructor approves your add, admissions must approve your add request

- Admissions must approve your add request

• If admissions denies your add request, you must clear your hold with admissions

• If admissions approves your add request, it will 2 business days for you to access the Etudes course site

AFTER ENROLLING IN AN ONLINE CLASS:

• Please check the start date of your class. If you have enrolled in a short term class, please check the start date, as start dates very:

http://www .elac .edu/academic/calendar_fall2013 .htm

• Please check if your course is offering an orientation: http://www.elac.edu/ online/index .htm

• Information on how to log on to Etudes http://www .elac .edu/online/courselogin .htm • For information on Math online classes: http://www .myonlinemath .com/orientation

Do not wait to be contacted by the instructor of the course . Log on to your class on the first day classes begin!

ELAC uses Etudes to teach online . Once you have taken an online class using Etudes, your username and password will be the same always (unless you change it) . Username:

• first two (2) letters of your first name, • first two (2) letters of your last name

• followed by the last five (5) digits of your student identification number. Ex. Gema Perez: gepe8888

Password:

• Two (2) digits of your birth month • Two (2) digit birth date

Ex. January 1: 0101

For more information please contact the office of Distance Education: • For online course listings: www.elac.edu/online/index.htm • For the Online Help Desk

- Email: onlinehelp@elac .edu - Phone: (323) 415-5313

- Online help form: http://www .elac .edu/online/OnlineHelpForm .htm • Please direct questions about course content and requirements, or requests

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ACCOUNTING 001

INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I

(UC:CSU) 5.00 UNITS

Note: Business Administration majors who intend to transfer to four-year college are advised to take this course their third semester.

1401 5:20 hrs TBA YEUNG, I F ON LINE 1472 5:20 hrs TBA YEUNG, I F ON LINE ACCOUNTING 002

INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II

(UC:CSU) 5.00 UNITS

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Accounting 1, or Accounting 21 & 22.

1430 5:20 hrs TBA KOJIMA, S K ON LINE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 001

INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC 4H)

(UC limit: AJ 1 + AJ 4 combined, maximum credit, one course)

1467 3:10 hrs TBA SANTOYO, M ON LINE 1598 3:10 hrs TBA SANTOYO, M ON LINE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 062

FINGERPRINT CLASSIFICATION

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1456 3:10 hrs TBA SCOTT, B F ON LINE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 172

CRIMINALISTICS I

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

Prerequisite: ADM JUS 005.

1416 3:10 hrs TBA CAVANAUGH, J L ON LINE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 173

CRIMINALISTICS II

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

Prerequisite: ADM JUS 172.

1429 3:10 hrs TBA CAVANAUGH, J L ON LINE CHILD DEVELOPMENT 001

CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 4I)

1402 3:10 hrs TBA OZUNA, M C ON LINE 1419 3:10 hrs TBA B GONZALEZ, E ON LINE 1583 3:10 hrs TBA B GONZALEZ, E ON LINE CHILD DEVELOPMENT 010

HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

Note: An approximate fee of up to $50.00 for First Aid and CPR certificate is required.

1423 3:10 hrs TBA THOMPSON, B ON LINE 1599 3:10 hrs TBA THOMPSON, B ON LINE CHILD DEVELOPMENT 011

CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1411 3:10 hrs TBA THOMPSON, B ON LINE 1421 3:10 hrs TBA THOMPSON, B ON LINE 1465 3:10 hrs TBA B GONZALEZ, E ON LINE CHILD DEVELOPMENT 030

INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES I

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

Prerequisite: Child Development 1.

Note: Tuberculosis clearance may be required.

COMMUNICATION STUDIES 101

ORAL COMMUNICATION I

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 1C)

These hybrid classes require on campus meetings, room numbers in syllabus.

1405 3:10 hrs TBA SMITH, R L ON LINE 1427 3:10 hrs TBA SMITH, R L ON LINE 1462 3:10 hrs TBA SMITH, R L ON LINE 1481 3:10 hrs TBA SMITH, R L ON LINE

Sections 1405, 1427, 1462, and 1481 will meet on March 5, April 16, and May 5, 2014.

1438 3:10 hrs TBA ANDERSON, M V ON LINE 1457 3:10 hrs TBA ANDERSON, M V ON LINE 1461 3:10 hrs TBA ANDERSON, M V ON LINE 1468 3:10 hrs TBA ANDERSON, M V ON LINE 1486 3:10 hrs TBA ANDERSON, M V ON LINE

Sections 1438, 1457, 1461, 1468, and 1486 will meet on March 11 or 12, April 22 or 23, and May 13 or 14, 2014.

1470 3:10 hrs TBA ANDERSON, J ON LINE 1471 3:10 hrs TBA ANDERSON, J ON LINE

Sections 1470 and 1471 will meet on February 28, March 21, and April 18, 2014.

1485 3:10 hrs TBA MC KAY, W C ON LINE

Section 1485 will meet on April 26 and May 31, 2014.

1492 3:10 hrs TBA STEVENSON, J E ON LINE

Section 1492 will meet every Tuesday from 6:50pm-7:50pm.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 001

COMPUTER KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT APPLICATIONS I

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

This course provides basic training in proper keyboard technique and the use of the computer to build speed and accuracy. Correct keying of letters, enve-lopes, tables, memorandums, and reports is also introduced, as well as proof-reading with accuracy.

Note: Word 2013 used for assignments.

The following online beginning course will provide training in proper keyboard techniques and use of the computer. Microsoft Word 2013 will be used to produce letters, envelopes, tables, memorandums and reports.

This course will teach keyboarding by touch and the fundamental of Word 2013. Enrolling students are expected to have access to a PC with Internet and email capabilities. For students without a home computer, the course can be taken at the South Gate Educational Center (Room SG-122), 2340 Firestone Blvd., South Gate, CA 90280, or for those students closer to ELAC’s main campus, in the computer lab located in E7-418 (during scheduled hours). Orientation sessions will be held at the following times for students (enrolled or adding) to learn what the course is about and how it will be conducted.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014, 7:00 p m – 8:00 p m South Gate Campus, Rm SG-122

Saturday, February 15, 2014, 11:00 a m – 12:00 p m ELAC Campus, E7-418

If you cannot attend one of these scheduled orientation sessions, contact the instructor, Elaine Shibata, at shibatey@elac .edu or call (323) 265-8954 for addi-tional information .

1403 2:25 hrs TBA SHIBATA, E Y ON LINE & 3:10 hrs TBA SHIBATA, E Y ON LINE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 048

CUSTOMER SERVICE

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

This course is designed to raise awareness, prompt thinking, give step-by-step suggestions for improvement, and provide a reference for information on how an organization can deliver service excellence. Emphasis will be placed on commu-nication, diversity, technology, and customer loyalty issues.

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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 082

MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE SURVEY IN THE OFFICE

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

Advisory: CAOT 1 or 62.

This course provides hands-on training in the introduction to the basic concepts and functions of the Microsoft Office Suite including Word (word processing), Excel (spreadsheet), Access (database), and PowerPoint (presentation graphics). Note: CAOT 82 plus CAOT 35 have been articulated with CSULA to be equiv-alent to CIS 100.

Note: Office 2013 used for assignments.

1413 2:05 hrs TBA PAREDES, G ON LINE & 3:10 hrs TBA PAREDES, G ON LINE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 085

MICROCOMPUTER OFFICE APPLICATIONS: SPREADSHEET

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

Advisory: CAOT 1 or 62.

This course teaches office spreadsheet applications using the PC and a spread-sheet program. Students learn to create, edit, format and print workspread-sheets. Emphasis is on preparing computerized worksheets by inserting formulas and functions to analyze data and simplifying office accounting procedures. Note: Excel 2013 used for assignments.

1412 2:05 hrs TBA HSIAO, R L ON LINE & 3:10 hrs TBA HSIAO, R L ON LINE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 133

HOW TO SUCCEED IN AN ONLINE COURSE

1.00 UNITS

This course is intended for students wishing to enroll for the first time in an online class. It covers the basic navigation of the online environment including how to post to forums, take quizzes, submit assignments, and other common online skills focusing on, but not limited to, etudes, as well as the soft skills needed to be successful in an online environment.

#1504 4:15 hrs TBA CROSS, K ON LINE & 2:05 hrs TBA CROSS, K ON LINE

#(4 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2014, Ends 3/9/2014 )

##1554 4:15 hrs TBA CROSS, K ON LINE & 2:05 hrs TBA CROSS, K ON LINE

##(4 Week Class - Starts 3/10/2014, Ends 4/13/2014 )

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES 145

ePORTFOLIO

1.00 UNITS

Advisory: CAOT 1 or 62.

This course is a basic first course in planning and designing an electronic port-folio that can be used throughout the student's program of study in any field. Students should be comfortable using a computer and have experience using Microsoft Word and the Internet.

Students digitally store resumes, cover letters, images of projects or activities, narration, and hobbies, etc., and upload to the Internet. No prior Web design experience is necessary to complete the course. This electronic portfolio can be used in job search to promote the skills and accomplishments of students.

1506 2:05 hrs TBA HSIAO, R L ON LINE & 2:05 hrs TBA HSIAO, R L ON LINE

(8 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2014, Ends 4/4/2014 )

COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 200

MICROCOMPUTERS IN BUSINESS

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

Prerequisite: CO SCI 201. Advisory: CO SCI 291

1404 3:10 hrs TBA SU, S ON LINE

COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 201

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND THEIR USES

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1406 3:10 hrs TBA SU, S ON LINE 1410 3:10 hrs TBA ENOMOTO, J Y ON LINE 1458 3:10 hrs TBA ENOMOTO, J Y ON LINE 1490 3:10 hrs TBA SHERAN, H J ON LINE #1553 5:50 hrs TBA SHERAN, H J ON LINE

#(9 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2014, Ends 6/9/2014 )

COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 208

BEGINNING VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1407 2:05 hrs TBA SHERAN, H J ON LINE & 2:05 hrs TBA SHERAN, H J ON LINE COMPUTER SCIENCE-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 257

INTRODUCTION TO WEB PAGE DESIGN

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1432 2:05 hrs TBA SU, S ON LINE & 2:05 hrs TBA SU, S ON LINE ENGLISH 101

COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 1A)

Prerequisite: Acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in the English Placement Process, or satisfactory completion of English 61, 62, 63 or 65.

Advisory: Reading 101.

1426 3:10 hrs TBA MUNOZ, E ON LINE 1437 3:10 hrs TBA MUNOZ, E ON LINE FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 021

NUTRITION

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1414 3:10 hrs TBA DIXON, D C ON LINE FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 031

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 4G, 4J)

(UC credit limit: Maximum credit, one course F&CS 31 or SOC 12)

Note: Credit given for only one of Family and Consumer Studies 31 or Sociology 12.

1415 3:10 hrs TBA OZUNA, M C ON LINE FRENCH 001

ELEMENTARY FRENCH I

(UC:CSU) 5.00 UNITS

Note: Credit cannot be earned for both FRENCH 1 and FRENCH 21 and/or FRENCH 22.

1474 5:20 hrs TBA ECKHERT, M D ON LINE

Evening Classes

1433 4:35pm-6:00pm M W EBIN, R S F7 207

& 2:05 hrs TBA EBIN, R S ON LINE FRENCH 002

ELEMENTARY FRENCH II

(UC:CSU) 5.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 6A)

Prerequisite: French 1 or French 22

1451 12:10pm-1:35pm M W VOGEL-ZUIDERWEG, L C F7 107 & 1:55 hrs TBA VOGEL-ZUIDERWEG, L C ON LINE 1475 5:20 hrs TBA ECKHERT, M D ON LINE

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FRENCH 004

INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II

(UC:CSU) 5.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3B, 6A) Prerequisite: French 3.

1450 1:45pm-3:00pm M W VOGEL-ZUIDERWEG, L C F7 109 & 2:20 hrs TBA ECKHERT, M D ON LINE FRENCH 010

FRENCH CIVILIZATION

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3B) Advisory: French 2.

Note: This class is taught in English.

1569 5:50 hrs TBA ECKHERT, M D ON LINE

(9 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2014, Ends 6/9/2014 )

HEALTH 007

PHYSICAL FITNESS AND NUTRITION

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1418 3:10 hrs TBA DAW, P E ON LINE HEALTH 008

WOMEN'S PERSONAL HEALTH

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1459 3:10 hrs TBA WHITE, K E ON LINE 1466 3:10 hrs TBA GALVAN, M E ON LINE HEALTH 011

PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1431 3:10 hrs TBA MCBRIDE, D T ON LINE 1447 3:10 hrs TBA FAULKNER, E ON LINE 1464 3:10 hrs TBA MCBRIDE, D T ON LINE 1477 3:10 hrs TBA FAULKNER, E ON LINE 1489 3:10 hrs TBA WHITE, K E ON LINE 1597 3:10 hrs TBA MCBRIDE, D T ON LINE HEALTH 015

STRESS MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1476 3:10 hrs TBA DAW, P E ON LINE HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 108

INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY

1.00 UNITS

1552 2:50 hrs TBA HENDRIX, D M ON LINE

(6 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2014, Ends 5/23/2014 )

HISTORY 001

INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION I

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3B, 4F)

1483 3:10 hrs TBA WARDINSKI, S L ON LINE HISTORY 011

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3B, 4F)

Note: The year sequence of History 11/12 is required for History majors and is recommended for other students who want a thorough survey of the polit-ical and social development of the United States. Either course may be taken independently.

1484 3:10 hrs TBA DUNSHEATH, B ON LINE

HISTORY 012

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3B, 4F)

1469 3:10 hrs TBA WARDINSKI, S L ON LINE JAPANESE 003

INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE I

(UC:CSU) 5.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3B, 6A) Prerequisite: Japanese 2.

1422 12:10pm-2:15pm T CHAO, H F C2 107 & 12:10pm-1:15pm Th CHAO, H F C2 107 & 1:50 hrs TBA CHAO, H F ON LINE LAW 001

BUSINESS LAW I

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(UC credit limit for Law 1+2 combined: maximum credit, one course.)

1496 3:10 hrs TBA LIPSCOMB, R C ON LINE LAW 002

BUSINESS LAW II

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(UC credit limit for Law 1+2 combined: maximum credit, one course.)

1494 1:25 hrs TBA ANDERSON, O V ON LINE & 1:25 hrs TBA PARSAKAR, N ON LINE LAW 013

WILLS, TRUSTS, AND PROBATE ADMINISTRATION

(CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1487 1:25 hrs TBA ANDERSON, O V ON LINE & 1:25 hrs TBA PARSAKAR, N ON LINE LIBRARY SCIENCE 101

LIBRARY RESEARCH METHODS

(UC:CSU) 1.00 UNITS

1561 1:30 hrs TBA LOPEZ, G ON LINE

(10 Week Class - Starts 3/24/2014, Ends 6/6/2014 )

LIBRARY SCIENCE 102

INTERNET RESEARCH METHODS

(CSU) 1.00 UNITS

1501 1:05 hrs TBA HOANG, S ON LINE & 2:05 hrs TBA HOANG, S ON LINE

(8 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2014, Ends 4/2/2014 )

1562 1:05 hrs TBA LEE, U H ON LINE & 2:05 hrs TBA LEE, U H ON LINE

(9 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2014, Ends 6/9/2014 )

LOGISTICS 101

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS IN THE NONTRADITIONAL OFFICE

1.00 UNITS

This short-term course explores the concepts of logistics in the nontraditional office setting. The emphasis is on state-of-the-art logistics technologies, proce-dures, and terminology relevant to the mobile workforce, work site environment, and the 'virtual office' environment. Topics include hand held devices used in inventory and tracking, GIS (Geographic Information Systems) used in distri-bution, GPS (Global Positioning Satellites) used in transportation, and a survey of the logistics/warehousing industry as well as job opportunities and careers.

1578 1:50 hrs TBA GARCIA, D D ON LINE

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LOGISTICS 102

BUSINESS TERMINOLOGY FOR LOGISTICS

2.00 UNITS

This course is designed to introduce standard warehousing terminology with appli-cations throughout the manufacturing, wholesale, retail and logistics industries.

9604 4:15 hrs TBA GARCIA, D D ON LINE

(8 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2014, Ends 4/2/2014 )

LOGISTICS 103

RECORDS MANAGEMENT FOR LOGISTICS

2.00 UNITS

(Note: Formerly named CAOT 143)

This course introduces core records management principles, procedures, and office skills relating to inventory recordkeeping. The course teaches the stan-dard terminology, practice, and computer technology that is used to maintain and share inventory records.

9606 4:15 hrs TBA GARCIA, D D ON LINE

(8 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2014, Ends 4/2/2014 )

MATHEMATICS 112

PRE-ALGEBRA

(NDA) 3.00 UNITS

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 105 or acceptable level of skill demonstrated in the Mathematics Placement Process.

Note: This course will be offered on a pass/no-pass basis only.

1439 3:10 hrs TBA MORSE, M J ON LINE MATHEMATICS 115

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

5.00 UNITS

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 102, 110, or Math 112, or accept-able level of skill as demonstrated in the mathematics placement process. Note: Students who have completed Math 113 and Math 114 may not enroll in Math 115.

1497 10:40am-12:05pm M LAM, A F7 113 & 3:35 hrs TBA LAM, A ON LINE 1440 6:50pm-9:20pm M DEUTSCH, L K F7 211 & 2:30 hrs TBA DEUTSCH, L K ON LINE MATHEMATICS 125

INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

5.00 UNITS

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 115 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process.

Note: A scientific or business calculator is required for this class.

1443 5:20 hrs TBA PANCHAL, M D ON LINE 1444 12:20pm-1:30pm M LEE, M G8 125 & 4:05 hrs TBA LEE, M ON LINE 1498 5:20 hrs TBA YUN, M S ON LINE MATHEMATICS 227

STATISTICS

(UC:CSU) 4.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 2A)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 125, or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process.

(UC limit Math 227 combined with GE 221, maximum credit, one course) Note: A calculator will be required. See instructor about specific kind needed.

1441 4:15 hrs TBA KAZIMIR, J R ON LINE 1445 2:00 hrs TBA FARADINEH, R A ON LINE & 6:00pm-8:10pm F FARADINEH, R A C2 116 1499 4:15 hrs TBA SMITH, R A ON LINE MATHEMATICS 230

MATHEMATICS FOR LIBERAL ARTS STUDENTS

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 2A)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 125, or acceptable level of skill demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process.

1446 3:10 hrs TBA OH, S ON LINE

MATHEMATICS 245

COLLEGE ALGEBRA

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 2A)

(UC limit Math 245 and 260 combined - maximum credit four units)

Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of Math 125 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process.

Note: A scientific calculator is required for this class. See the instructor about the specific kind needed.

1448 3:10 hrs TBA MIRFATTAH, M ON LINE MATHEMATICS 260

PRE-CALCULUS

(UC:CSU) 5.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 2A)

(UC limit Math 245 and 260 combined - maximum credit four units)

Prerequisite: Math 125 or acceptable level of skill as demonstrated in Mathematics Placement Process.

Note: A calculator is required for this class. A TI-85 calculator is recommended.

1449 12:30pm-2:30pm F SISWANTO, A S C2 123 & 3:10 hrs TBA SISWANTO, A S ON LINE MUSIC 111

MUSIC APPRECIATION I

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3A)

1488 3:10 hrs TBA COULTER, C ON LINE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 001

INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE

(CSU) 1.00 UNITS

1509 2:50 hrs TBA MORALES GUERRA, S A ON LINE

(6 Week Class - Starts 3/3/2014, Ends 4/18/2014 )

Mandatory class meeting is on Marh 3, 2014 from 1:00pm-2:30pm in room E1-189. For up-to-date information on this and other online courses,

please check the website, http://www.online.elac.edu.

PHILOSOPHY 001

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3B)

1453 3:10 hrs TBA SNEAD, T A ON LINE 1460 3:10 hrs TBA POSADA, R ON LINE #1566 5:50 hrs TBA SNEAD, T A ON LINE

#(9 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2014, Ends 6/9/2014 )

PHILOSOPHY 006

LOGIC IN PRACTICE

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1454 3:10 hrs TBA SIGMAN, M ON LINE 1455 3:10 hrs TBA SEDGWICK, E A ON LINE #1556 5:20 hrs TBA BENNET, S ON LINE

#(9 Week Class - Starts 4/14/2014, Ends 6/9/2014 )

PHILOSOPHY 008

DEDUCTIVE LOGIC

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

1452 3:10 hrs TBA SIGMAN, M ON LINE 1463 3:10 hrs TBA SIGMAN, M ON LINE PHILOSOPHY 019

CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS IN BIOETHICS

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3B)

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POLITICAL SCIENCE 001

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 4H)

1408 3:10 hrs TBA HERNANDEZ, J ON LINE 1482 3:10 hrs TBA MONTEIRO, N T ON LINE #1581 3:10 hrs TBA STAFF, S ON LINE

#(8 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2014, Ends 4/4/2014 )

PSYCHOLOGY 001

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 4I)

(UC credit limit Psychology 1 and 6 combined, maximum credit one course)

1420 3:10 hrs TBA DAVEY, S L ON LINE 1436 3:10 hrs TBA DAVEY, S L ON LINE PSYCHOLOGY 041

LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 4I)

1425 3:10 hrs TBA MAYORYK, M B ON LINE 1442 3:10 hrs TBA MAYORYK, M B ON LINE SOCIOLOGY 001

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 4J)

1409 3:10 hrs TBA RODRIGUEZ, C E ON LINE 1588 3:10 hrs TBA MORALES, M ON LINE

SOCIOLOGY 002

AMERICAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 4J)

1478 3:10 hrs TBA MORALES, M ON LINE SOCIOLOGY 011

RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 4C, 4J)

1479 3:10 hrs TBA RODRIGUEZ, C E ON LINE THEATER 100

INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATER

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3A)

Note: Open to all students. Required of all Theatre Arts majors.

Section 1424 is a hybrid class and requires on-campus meetings on 2/21, 3/28, 5/9/2014 from 1:30pm-4:30pm.

1424 3:10 hrs TBA AUGUSZTINY, E C ON LINE 1428 3:10 hrs TBA PELLEGRINI, W J ON LINE 1434 3:10 hrs TBA QUIROZ, L ON LINE 1493 3:10 hrs TBA MC KAY, W C ON LINE 1495 3:10 hrs TBA MC KAY, W C ON LINE THEATER 505

HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES

(UC:CSU) 3.00 UNITS

(IGETC AREA 3A)

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