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Accounting
Administration of Justice
Anthropology
Art
Business Administration
Child Development
Communication Studies (Speech)
Computer Information Technology
Economics
English
Health
History
Mathematics
Music
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Reading and Study Skills
Religious Studies
Sociology

Course Descriptions


ACCOUNTING

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ACCT 010

3 UNITS

BOOKKEEPING

This is an introductory course for students interested in the accounting field. Emphasis is on the development of skills used to record business transactions, to prepare financial statements, and complete an accounting cycle. The course is designed for occupational students and for those who wish preparatory training before entering ACCT 200.


ACCT 010 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3000
Section Number: 70
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ACCT 047

3 UNITS

COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING

This course provides a comprehensive overview of accounting software. It also includes the use of spreadsheet software to find the solutions to accounting problems.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.


ACCT 047 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3002
Section Number: 70
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ACCT 090

3 UNITS

PAYROLL ACCOUNTING

This course will focus on the liabilities, the records and control requirements of a payroll accounting.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.


ACCT 090 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3004
Section Number: 70
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ACCT 200

4 UNITS

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: MATH 090 and CIT 101 or CIT 114 and ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H as determined by SBVC assessment process.

This is the study of accounting as an information system, examining why it is important and how it is used by investors, creditors, and others to make decisions.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


ACCT 200 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3006
Section Number: 70
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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

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ADJUS 102

3 UNITS

PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM

This course provides an examination and analysis of due process in criminal proceedings, from pre-arrest through trial and appeal, utilizing statutory, state and constitutional precedents.


ADJUS 102 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3008
Section Number: 70
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ANTHROPOLOGY

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ANTHRO 106

3 UNITS

BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

This course is the systematic study of humans as biological organisms, including the origin of humanity and their place in nature, variation and adaptability, and modern biological diversity. There is also a focus on comparative primate behavior, genetics and heredity, human evolution and the underlying fossil records.


ANTHRO 106 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3016
Section Number: 70
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OR

Reference Number: 3018
Section Number: 71
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ANTHRO 110

3 UNITS

TRIBAL AND ETHNIC RELIGIONS

This course is a comparative study of religious expressions in tribal and/or ethnic societies, both past and present, including witchcraft, magic, totemism, mythology and ritual, nativistic movements, and the religious context of drug usage. Prehistoric religion will be examined, as well as the rituals, symbols, and beliefs of selected tribal peoples.


ANTHRO 110 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3020
Section Number: 70
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ART

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ART 100

3 UNITS

ART HISTORY: THE STONE AGE TO THE MIDDLE AGES

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H as determined by the SBVC assessment process.

The course is a survey of western art from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages. The course provides an overview of the art and architecture of the following periods: the Stone Age, Ancient Near East, Egypt, the Aegean, the Greek and Roman Empires, the Etruscans, the Byzantine Empire, the Medieval periods in Europe, Romanesque, and Gothic.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


ART 100 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3022
Section Number: 70
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Reference Number: 3023
Section Number: 71
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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

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BUSAD 013

3 UNITS

MARKETING PRINCIPLES

This course covers the marketing concepts with emphasis on marketing strategy. It includes a study of the customer, market institutions and functions.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.


BUSAD 013 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3062
Section Number: 70
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BUSAD 100

3 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

This course will introduce students to the fundamental concepts of business in a changing world. It includes an overview of such areas as economic systems, management, marketing, accounting, finance, ethics, ownership, organization of business, the legal aspects and regulation of business, as well as globalization.


BUSAD 100 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3068
Section Number: 70
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OR

Reference Number: 3070
Section Number: 71
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BUSAD 108

3 UNITS

PERSONAL FINANCE, INVESTMENTS AND ESTATE PLANNING

This course is an integrated approach to personal finance focusing on practical financial decision making as well as the social, psychological, and physiological contexts in which those decisions are made. The student will examine the preparation for managing one's personal finances, including financial planning, income and expense management, investment analysis, retirement planning, consumerism, long-term care, estate planning, credit management, home ownership, death and taxes.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU.


BUSAD 108 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3072
Section Number: 70
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BUSAD 210

3.00 UNITS

BUSINESS LAW

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H as determined by the SBVC assessment process.

This course explores the legal environment in which business operates. Special emphasis is placed on the rules for contracting in general and on the rules under the Uniform Commercial Code for the sale of goods.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU. Limited transfer to UC; contact a counselor for details.


BUSAD 210 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3073
Section Number: 70
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CHILD DEVELOPMENT

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CD 113

3 UNITS

PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H as determined by the SBVC assessment process.

This course is an examination of underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices and teaching strategies in supporting physical, social, creative and intellectual development of all young children.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU.


CD 113 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3092
Section Number: 70
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COMMUNICATION STUDIES (SPEECH)

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COMMST 135

3 UNITS

MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H as determined by the SBVC assessment process.

This course explores the history, effects, and role of the mass media in the U.S. The major forms of mass communication are studied (television, radio, film, newspapers and magazines). There is also a focus on critical analysis of media messages, effects of media on individual and society, and theories of communication.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


COMMST 135 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3110
Section Number: 70
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COMMST 174

3 UNITS

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 as determined through the SBVC assessment process.

This course focuses on the communication behaviors and values common to all cultures and ethnic groups and on the differences that insulate and divide people.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


COMMST 174 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3112
Section Number: 70
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COMMST 176

3 UNITS

GENDER DIFFERENCES IN COMMUNICATION

This course explores the gender differences evident in communication. Students will examine the theories concerning gender differences, issues of gender in a variety of contexts (families, relationships, the workplace, the media, school), and the differences in the communication patterns resulting from gender.


COMMST 176 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3114
Section Number: 70
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COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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CIT 010

3 UNITS

BEGINNING KEYBOARDING

Fundamentals of keyboarding including operation of a standard keyboard by touch. Instruction and practice in formatting a variety of personal and business documents, such as letters, reports, and tables. Use of speed and accuracy drills designed to develop a keyboarding speed of 30 words per minute for five minutes. This is a combined Part I and Part II course students can complete in one semester.


CIT 010 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3116
Section Number: 70
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CIT 100

3 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO PERSONAL COMPUTERS

A survey course for the use of software tools such as word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, presentation and database using Microsoft Office.


CIT 100 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3118
Section Number: 70
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CIT 101

3 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER LITERACY

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: CIT 008 or CIT 009 or CIT 010.

This course is an introduction to fundamental computer concepts. It provides the skills to create beginning word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, and personal information management documents.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU. Limited transfer to UC; contact a counselor for details.


CIT 101 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3120
Section Number: 70
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Reference Number: 3122
Section Number: 71
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CIT 114

3 UNITS

SPREADSHEETS: EXCEL

Production of workbooks using EXCEL, which integrates spreadsheet analysis, information management, and graphics. Includes the design and the use of worksheets; how to enter labels, numbers, formulas, and create graphs; how to format worksheets professionally; how to use Excel functions in different applications and understand the concept of data management in Excel; how to use the concept of what-if-analysis; how to consolidate data in a 3-D workbook and establish File Linking; and how to integrate Excel with the Web.


CIT 114 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3124
Section Number: 70
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CIT 118

3 UNITS

MICROSOFT POWERPOINT

This course provides an introduction to a presentation graphics program for those who plan to make effective and compelling presentations. Instructions include developing and customizing presentations by using charts, clip art, pictures, presentation templates, WordArt, and information and graphics from Word, Excel, and Access.


CIT 118 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3126
Section Number: 70
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ECONOMICS

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ECON 200

3 UNITS

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: MATH 942 or eligibility for MATH 952 as determined by the SBVC assessment process and ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 or 101H as determined by the SBVC assessment process.

This course provides an introduction to macroeconomic theory and the role of fiscal and monetary policies in economics with special emphasis on national economic problems, aggregate measures of economic activity, macroeconomic equilibrium, financial institutions, economic growth, the business cycle and international economics.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU. Limited transfer to UC; contact a counselor for details.


ECON 200 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3138
Section Number: 70
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ECON 201

3 UNITS

PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
( THIS COURSE IS ALSO OFFERED AS ECON-201H )

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: MATH 942 or eligibility for MATH 952 as determined by the SBVC assessment process and ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 or 101H as determined by the SBVC assessment process.

This course provides an introduction to microeconomic theory, including economic development, international economics, and comparative economic systems with special emphasis on microeconomic problems such as the provisioning of public goods and environmental regulations.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU. Limited transfer to UC; contact a counselor for details.


ECON 201 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3140
Section Number: 70
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ENGLISH

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ENGL 101

4 UNITS

FRESHMAN COMPOSITION

PREREQUISITE: ENGL 015 or eligibility for ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H as determined through the SBVC assessment process.

This is a writing course which emphasizes expository and argumentative essays. It includes reading and analysis of various forms of writing, instruction in library research and preparation of documented research papers.


ENGL 101 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3160
Section Number: 70
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Reference Number: 3162
Section Number: 71
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ENGL 102

4 UNITS

INTERMEDIATE COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING
( FORMERLY ENGL-102H )

PREREQUISITE: ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H.

This course provides further work in argumentative and critical writing, analysis of texts (including literature), research and documentation.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU. Limited transfer to UC; contact a counselor for details.


ENGL 102 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3166
Section Number: 70
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Reference Number: 3168
Section Number: 71
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HEALTH

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HEALTH 101

3 UNITS

HEALTH EDUCATION

This course is an exploration of health topics and their impact on an individual's health status. Awareness and assessment of current lifestyle behaviors and choices, identification of risk factors, and implementation of prevention strategies are emphasized.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


HEALTH 101 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3202
Section Number: 70
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HISTORY

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HIST 100

3 UNITS

UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1877

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: Eligibility for ENGL 015 as determined by SBVC assessment process.

This course provides a general survey of United States history with an emphasis on political, economic, social, and cultural developments from the pre-Colonial period through the Civil War and Reconstruction period.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


HIST 100 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3212
Section Number: 70
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OR

Reference Number: 3210
Section Number: 71
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HIST 101

3 UNITS

UNITED STATES HISTORY: 1865 TO PRESENT

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: Eligibility for ENGL 015 as determined by SBVC assessment process.

This course covers a general survey of United States history with an emphasis on social, political, cultural, and economic developments from the Reconstruction period to present times.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


HIST 101 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3220
Section Number: 70
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OR

Reference Number: 3222
Section Number: 71
Online Web Site: Click Here

OR

Reference Number: 3224
Section Number: 72
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OR

Reference Number: 3225
Section Number: 73
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HIST 137

3 UNITS

RACIAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS IN UNITED STATES HISTORY

DEPARTMENTAL ADVISORIES: Eligible for ENGL 015 as determined by SBVC assessment process.

This course is an introduction to United States history focusing on the experiences of racial and ethnic groups that spans from the early colonial period to present times. This course chronologically presents various racial and ethnic groups and their experiences through major social, political, economic, and cultural events in United States history.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


HIST 137 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3228
Section Number: 70
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MATHEMATICS

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MATH 108

4 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

This course is an introduction to probability, descriptive and inferential statistics, with applications to the natural sciences, business, economics, and the behavioral sciences.


MATH 108 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3333
Section Number: 70
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Reference Number: 3335
Section Number: 71
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OR

Reference Number: 3337
Section Number: 72
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MUSIC

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MUS 104

3.00 UNITS

HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL

This course examines the origin and development of Rock and Roll from the birth of blues to the present day. It is a chronological study that included discussion of major performing artists, composers, lyricists and arrangers. A study of the impact of Western culture is included.


MUS 104 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3352
Section Number: 70
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PHILOSOPHY

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PHIL 101

3 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY

This is a general introduction to the major problems in philosophy, with attention directed to both classical and modern philosophy as a basis for discussion of issues such as epistemology, metaphysics, ethics, and aesthetics.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU. Limited transfer to UC; contact a counselor for details.


PHIL 101 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3368
Section Number: 70
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PHIL 102

3 UNITS

CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING

This course is an introduction to critical thinking focusing on argument and evidence and the ability to write coherent argumentative essays. Topics include recognition of the structures of reasoning in natural language, the evaluation of such reasoning (including informal fallacies), the uses and abuses of language, and an investigation of the rhetorical devices common in our culture. Students practice critical thinking by writing substantive arguments and essays.


PHIL 102 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3372
Section Number: 70
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PHIL 103

3 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC: ARGUMENT AND EVIDENCE

Introduction to the techniques of critical thought, including language analysis, inductive and deductive logic, symbolic logic, and the development of the scientific method.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


PHIL 103 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3374
Section Number: 70
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PHIL 105

3 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS

This course is an introduction to ethics focusing on the analysis of the basic ideas and principles underlying moral conduct. Theories such as utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics will be used to analyze problems arising in the realms of business, health care, and politics.


PHIL 105 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3376
Section Number: 70
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POLITICAL SCIENCE

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POLIT 100

3 UNITS

AMERICAN POLITICS

This course is an introduction to American government and politics that is designed to meet requirements in United States and California constitution and government.


POLIT 100 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3436
Section Number: 70
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PSYCHOLOGY

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PSYCH 100

3 UNITS

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

This course surveys the nature and scope of psychology as a science including the principles of neurophysiology, sensation, perception, learning, altered states of consciousness, memory, cognition, intelligence, language, creativity, emotion, motivation, personality, psychopathology, testing, treatment, attitudes, and human development.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU. Limited transfer to UC; contact a counselor for details.


PSYCH 100 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3448
Section Number: 70
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OR

Reference Number: 3450
Section Number: 71
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READING AND STUDY SKILLS

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READ 950

4 UNITS

READING SKILLS II

PREREQUISITE: READ 920 or eligibility for READ 950 as determined through the SBVC assessment process.

This course is a basic skills reading course that prepares students for Reading 015 and English 914. It is designed to assist students in improving reading through an emphasis on word attack skills, vocabulary development, general comprehension skills, basic writing conventions, and study skills.

Earned units for this course are NOT applicable to an Associate Degree.


READ 950 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3468
Section Number: 70
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OR

Reference Number: 3465
Section Number: 71
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READ 015

4 UNITS

PREPARATION FOR COLLEGE READING

This course is designed to foster general reading improvement with an emphasis on reading comprehension and vocabulary. The required laboratory practice assignments are based on diagnostic tests, which identify strengths and weaknesses on reading comprehension and vocabulary.


READ 015 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3473
Section Number: 70
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OR

Reference Number: 3472
Section Number: 71
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READ 102

3 UNITS

CRITICAL READING AS CRITICAL THINKING

PREREQUISITE: ENGL 101 or ENGL 101H.

This course explores the relationship of critical reading and critical thinking with an emphasis on the development of critical thinking skills and the application in the interpretation, analysis, criticism, and advocacy of ideas encountered in academic reading.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to CSU.


READ 102 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3476
Section Number: 70
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RELIGIOUS STUDIES

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RELIG 101

3 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO WORLD RELIGIONS

This course is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world with an emphasis on the beliefs, practices, and histories of Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Taoism.

Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.
Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.


RELIG 101 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3378
Section Number: 70
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RELIG 110

3 UNITS

TRIBAL AND ETHNIC RELIGIONS

This course is a comparative study of religious expressions in tribal and/or ethnic societies, both past and present, including witchcraft, magic, totemism, mythology and ritual, nativistic movements, and the religious context of drug usage. Prehistoric religion will be examined, as well as the rituals, symbols, and beliefs of selected tribal peoples.


RELIG 110 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3380
Section Number: 70
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SOCIOLOGY

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SOC 100

3 UNITS

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

This course is a comprehensive examination of the social influences on human behavior focusing on a scientific and humanistic approach to the study of social patterns and processes, structure and function, conflict and change in society and culture in general with emphasis on American institutions in a multi-cultural society and their relationship to global patterns.


SOC 100 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3482
Section Number: 70
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Reference Number: 3484
Section Number: 71
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OR

Reference Number: 3486
Section Number: 72
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OR

Reference Number: 3488
Section Number: 73
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Reference Number: 3489
Section Number: 74
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SOC 110

3 UNITS

SOCIAL PROBLEMS

This course is a critical analysis of contemporary social problems in the United States with an emphasis on social institutions and other areas such as crime, race, gender, substance abuse, and economic inequality.


SOC 110 is offered during the Summer 2014 session. To register, copy down the following information before entering the online registration system:

Reference Number: 3341
Section Number: 70
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