CHICANO STUDIES

Chair: Mattie Moon          (323) 953-4000 ext. 2955 • FH102C

www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/amcul/index.html  

CHICANO STUDIES 007                              3.00 Units

THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE

HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I              (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: A survey of U.S. history from the colonial era through the Civil War emphasizing contributions of the Mexican-American and the U.S. Constitution. (Same credit as History 11 and African-American Studies 4).

  0264    lec      9:35AM - 11:00AM     MW        C.R. GUERRERO     FH 113

  3100    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     T            A.G. ACOSTA         FH 113
 

CHICANO STUDIES 008                                        3.00 Units

THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN IN THE

HISTORY OF  THE UNITED STATES II            (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: A survey of U.S. history from the end of the Civil War to the present with emphasis on the Mexican-American’s social, economic, and political development. Covers the U.S. Constitution. (Same credit as History 12 and African-American Studies 5).

  0266    lec      12:45PM -  2:10PM     MW        C.R. GUERRERO     FH 113

  3101    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     M           C.R. GUERRERO    FH 113
 

CHICANO STUDIES 044                                        3.00 Units

MEXICAN CIVILIZATION                                (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Covers Pre-Colombian Indians of Mexico; Spanish conquest and domination, and Mexico during colonial era; the Revolution of independence against Spain; the Revolution of 1910, and contemporary Mexico. (Fulfills Humanities requirements for graduation).

  0267    lec      11:10AM - 12:35PM    MW        C.R. GUERRERO     FH 113

  3102    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     Th          D.M. SANDOVAL    FH 113
 

CHICANO STUDIES 052                                        3.00 Units

MEXICAN ART -MODERN                               (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION:  (Credit allowed for only one of Chicano Studies 52 or Art 107.)  A survey of the art of Mexico from the 1910 Revolution to the present, including the renaissance of indigenous Mexican art, the revolution of a Mexican-American art, and the cultural interplay between the United States and Mexico.

  5042    lec      3:30PM -  6:40PM      W           R.A. DE LA SOTA      HH 6
 

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Chair: Kathleen Bimber        (323) 953-4000 ext. 2290 • AD200

www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/childdev/index.html

ATTENTION: CHILD DEVELOPMENT STUDENTS

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

§ Prerequisites and Co-requisites are electronically enforced at registration for all Child Development courses. Students entering the Child Development Certificate Program must be eligible for English 21/73 or have appropriate placement on the college assessment.  To receive your first certificate, you MUST complete English 28. See the Student Assistance Center for information and appointments for English assessment.

CERTIFICATES

§ College to Careers Child Development entry level certificates are available. You may pick up applications in AD 200 or 300B.

CDTC

§ If you are currently working in a paid position in a licensed Early Childhood Program serving infants to kindergarten, or before and after school-age programs, and are taking Child Development or General Education units towards a Child Development Permit, you may qualify for partial reimbursement of your fees, books, or other expenses at LACC.  For information, ask for the Child Development Training Consortium in AD 200 or call  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2290 or AD 300B at ext. 2296.

TANF-CDC

•      If you are currently in the CalWORKs program and receiving TANF cash aid, you may qualify for our TANF-CDC (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families - Child Development Careers) cohort program. Students prepare to become an Associate Teacher or Teacher through the CA Child Development permit process. Student participants receive the following services: one-to-one education and career advisement, payment of books and tuition, bus passes, materials and supplies for your courses, free access to all department workshops, as well as TANF-CDC workshops such as resume writing, dress for success, CPR training, Play Power and much more. For more information, ask for the TANF-CDC in AD200 or AD222 or call Leticia Campoy, at (323) 953-4000, ext. 2298.

•      Planning Ahead For Your Career: Students planning careers working with young children will be required to complete the following prior to employment:

       -Pass a fingerprint Criminal Clearance

     -Obtain a Tuberculin clearance with Mantoux text or chest x-ray.

       -May be required to complete a 15 hour CPR class. 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 001                          3.00 Units

CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT            (UC:CSU) 

CO-REQUISITES: English 21 or 73, or higher, or appropriate placement on College Assessment. ADVISORY: Learning Skills 3E Vocabulary (1 unit).  DESCRIPTION: An introductory course covering the theoretical concepts of human development, focusing on growth and development from conception through adolescence. The physical, cognitive and psychosocial domains of development and the ways in which nature and environment influence growth, will be studied within a cultural and family context.

  0271    lec      9:00AM - 12:10PM     F            N.E. WASHBURN     AD 203

  0273    lec      9:00AM - 12:10PM     S            C. CHUA                 AD 203

  0272    lec      9:35AM - 12:45PM     M     SKOUSEN RADFORD     AD 203

  3106    lec      3:30PM -  6:40PM      W           C.L. WERBLE         AD 203

  3107    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     Th          K.M. MILLER          AD 203

 

WILSHIRE CENTER----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE CTR: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie.  For more information, see the Blue Pages of this schedule.

This section taught bilingually in English and Korean.

  4744   lec      6:00PM -  9:10PM    T             J.H. CHOI           WC 3

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 002                                  3.00 Units

EARLY CHILDHOOD: PRINCIPLES

AND PRACTICES                                                (CSU) 

CO-REQUISITE: English 28 or 31, or equivalent and Child Development 1. Verification of Mantoux test (or chest X-Ray) is required.   DESCRIPTION: Current practices in Early Childhood Education programs are compared and contrasted. The criteria for the appropriate learning environments, materials, and teacher qualifications are related to the total development of the program.

  0269    lec      9:35AM - 12:45PM     Th              C.L. WERBLE       AD 201

  3108    lec      3:30PM -  6:40PM      Th              WASHBURN       AD 203

  3109    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     W               K.M. MILLER      AD 201

 

WILSHIRE CENTER----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE CTR: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie.  For more information, see the Blue Pages of this schedule.

This section taught bilingually in English and Korean.

  4745   lec      9:30AM - 12:45PM       W              J.H. CHOI           WC 1

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 003                                  3.00 Units

CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN I         (CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 1 and 2 with a satisfactory grade, and English 28 or 31 or equivalent with satisfactory grade.   DESCRIPTION: Students develop and implement creative curriculum for young children. Activities include: sensorimotor, manipulative, art, music, movement, and dramatic play experiences. Emphasis is on environments that promote creativity and the role of the teacher. Enrollment recommended in CD84 or 85: Child Development Labs, one hour TBA a week to develop activities and lessons.

  0268    lec      9:00AM - 12:10PM     F                K.M. MILLER        AD 201

  3110    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     M               F.D. LOWE         AD 201
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 004                                  3.00 Units

CREATIVE EXPERIENCES FOR CHILDREN II        (CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 1 and 2 with a satisfactory grade.   DESCRIPTION: Implementation and evaluation of curriculum in the areas of language arts, natural and physical sciences, mathematics, and the social sciences. Emphasis of discussion is on creating an environment to support a balance of child initiated and teacher initiated experiences. Enrollment recommended in CD84: Child Development Lab, one hour TBA a week to develop activities and lessons.

  0276    lec      9:00AM - 12:10PM     S               GARCIA OLIVA      AD 201

  3111    lec      3:30PM -  6:40PM      Th   SKOUSEN RADFORD    AD 201
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 010                                  3.00 Units

CHILD HEALTH                                                   (CSU) 

CO-REQUISITE: English 21 or 73 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: Current information on young children’s nutritional needs, physical and emotional well-being. Emphasis is on common childhood diseases, special health problems, environmental safety and first aid.

  0277    lec      9:35AM - 12:45PM     T        SKOUSEN RADFORD   AD 201

  3112    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     Th      N.E. WASHBURN       AD 204
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 011                                  3.00 Units

HOME, SCHOOL, AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS (CSU) 

CO-REQUISITE:  English 21 or 73 or higher, or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to study the interaction of the family, school and community and its affects on the child. Some topics covered are: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing and the relationships between the child, family and the school is studied.

  0280    lec      9:35AM - 12:45PM     W           N.E. WASHBURN     AD 203

  0281    lec      9:00AM - 12:10PM     S            L.E. VAZQUEZ         AD 204

  3113    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     W           N.E. WASHBURN   AD 203

 

WILSHIRE CENTER----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE CTR: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie.  For more information, see the Blue Pages of this schedule.

This section taught bilingually in English and Korean.

  4705   lec      6:00PM -  9:10PM    Th             J.H. CHOI           WC 3

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 022                                  4.00 Units

PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT I              (CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 1, 2, 3, 4 and English 28 or 31 or equivalent.   NOTES: State law requires a TB test (Mantoux Test) or chest x-ray. Please bring proof of your TB clearance to the first class.   In addition to the seminar class, students are required to complete a minimum of 90 hours TBA at an APPROVED field site. To be eligible for field placement, students MUST be available two days a week (3 hrs and 15 minutes on either MW or TTH or WF), either from 8:00am - 12:00 Noon OR 12:00 Noon - 4:00pm (limited number of placements available in the evening). Please be sure you arrange your class schedule to accommodate your field hours. With prior approval from the college instructors, students currently working in an early childhood program may be able to complete their field placement at their worksite.

  3641    lec      6:50PM -  8:55PM      T            P.S. SCHMOLZE     AD 202

  &        lab     6:30 hrs/wk              TBA       P.S. SCHMOLZE      FIELD

  3642    lec      4:00PM -  6:05PM      W           K.R. BIMBER         AD 202

  &        lab     3:10 hrs/wk              TBA       K.M. MILLER           FIELD

  &        lab     3:10 hrs/wk              TBA       K.M. MILLER           FIELD
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 023                                  4.00 Units

PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT II (CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 22 with a satisfactory grade.  DESCRIPTION: State law requires a TB test (Mantoux Test) or chest x-ray. Please bring proof of your TB clearance to the first class. NOTE: In addition to the seminar class, students are required to complete a minimum of 90 hours TBA at an APPROVED field site. To be eligible for field placement, students MUST be available two days a week, either from 8:00am - 12:00 Noon OR 12:00 Noon - 4:00pm on MW, or TTh, or WF. Priority field placement will be given to students who meet this schedule.

  3645    lec      4:25PM -  6:30PM      T            C.L. WERBLE         AD 202

  &        lab     3:10 hrs/wk              TBA       C.L. WERBLE          FIELD

  &        lab     3:10 hrs/wk              TBA  SKOUSEN RADFORD    FIELD
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 030                                  3.00 Units

INFANT AND TODDLER STUDIES I                      (CSU) 

Co-requisite: English 21 or 73 or equivalent. Verification of Mantoux test(or chest x-ray.) Offered Fall semesters only. DESCRIPTION: A study of infant/toddler development from birth through toddlerhood. The birth process, attachment, temperament and development as well as responsive parenting/care-giving and culturally sensitive environments that support development will be covered.

  3114    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     T                E. MEMEL          AD 201
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 034                                  3.00 Units

OBSERVING AND RECORDING

CHILDREN’S BEHAVIOR                                      (CSU) 

Prerequisite: Child Development 1 with a satisfactory grade and English 28 or 31 or equivalent. Verification of annual Mantoux test (or chest x-ray) is required. DESCRIPTION: Students observe, record and interpret children’s behavior in a variety of settings, applying this information to adapt the environment and curriculum to meet the individual needs of children.

  3115    lec      3:30PM -  6:40PM      M               K.M. MILLER      AD 203
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 038                                  3.00 Units

ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION

OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS I                  (CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: This course prepares students to establish and administer an early childhood program. Financial aspects of administration are emphasized. This course partially fulfills the licensing requirements for the director.

  3105    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     M               M.I. COLEMAN   AD 203
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 044                                  3.00 Units

PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN WITH

SPECIAL NEEDS I                                               (CSU) 

Advisory: English 21 or 73 or equivalent.This course is designed for students interested in specializing in or working with children with special needs. Instruction focuses on accommodating and adapting the physical environment, instructional strategies and curriculum to meet the needs of differently abled children and their families.(Offered Fall Semester only)

  3118    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     Th              A.F. SBURLAN   AD 201
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 046                                  3.00 Units

SCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS I  

Co-requisite: English 21 or 73 or higher or appropriate placement on College Assessment. Verification of annual Mantoux test (or chest x-ray.) is required.Offered once a semester. The student will be introduced to the care of school age children. It is designed for those planning to work in before and after school child care. Topics to be covered will be growth and development, creative experiences and developmentally appropriate environments.

  3119    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     W               E.C. RUIZ           AD 204
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 053                                  3.00 Units

PARENTING                                                        (CSU) 

ADVISORY: Child Development 1 and 11 and English 21 or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: Designed to assist parents and others interested in parent training, in developing a philosophy & guidelines for effective parenting. Parent-child relationships, alternatives in parenting styles, and the impact of family dynamics is explored.  (Offered alternate semesters.)

  3647    lec      3:30PM -  6:40PM      W               WASHBURN       AD 204
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 065                                  2.00 Units

ADULT SUPERVISION/EARLY

CHILDHOOD MENTORING                                    (CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Child Development 22 or 38 with a satisfactory grade or better or equivalent.   DESCRIPTION: This course satisfies the Child Development Permit, Master Teacher level adult supervision requirement and is designed for students who currently, or will supervise adults in an early childhood program.  Students compare methods and principles of supervision and mentoring as well as how to develop positive team relationships and utilize conflict resolution techniques.  Additional emphasis is placed on advocacy and professional development as well as special issues effecting ECE supervision.

 

  3120   lec      6:50PM -  9:50PM W               J.D. WILLIAMS AD 202

  (12 Week Class - Starts 9/3/2007, Ends 11/21/2007)


CHILD DEVELOPMENT 084
                                  0.50 Units

CHILD DEVELOPMENT  LAB I                          (RPT  3)

ADVISORY: Child Development 2 or 3 or 4 or 10 or 30 or 31or 44 or 45 or 46 or 47 or 42.   DESCRIPTION: This course allows students interested, or currently working in the field of Child Development the opportunity to use the lab materials and equipment to design lesson activities.  $20 material fee required.

  0282    lab      1:05 hrs/wk               TBA    SKOUSEN RADFORD   AD 201

  0283    lab      1:05 hrs/wk               TBA    SKOUSEN RADFORD   AD 201

  0284    lab      1:05 hrs/wk               TBA    SKOUSEN RADFORD   AD 201
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 085                                  0.50 Units

CHILD DEVELOPMENT  LAB II                         (RPT  3)

DESCRIPTION: Students interested in continuing the Child Development Lab experience will focus on quality literacy experiences such as, exposure to age-appropriate literacy materials (modeling or practicing) library habits under the supervision of a literacy expert. Students will evaluate and analyze literacy materials, able to write activity plans, and create instructional materials that support emerging literacy. A $20.00 lab fee is required.

  0278    lec      1:05 hrs/wk               TBA            C.L. WERBLE     AD 300A

  0279    lec      1:05 hrs/wk               TBA            C.L. WERBLE     AD 300A
 

 

.CHINESE

Chair: Eiko Kitajima Chatel   (323) 953-4000 ext. 2737 •DH312B

www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/forlang/index.html  

CHINESE 001                                              5.00 Units

ELEMENTARY CHINESE I                              (UC:CSU) 

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. Credit allowed for either Chinese 1 or Chinese 21 and 22 together. DESCRIPTION: Class meets 6 hours. 5 hours are lecture and 1 hour TBA in the Language Laboratory - DH 319.

  0286    lec      9:35AM - 10:45AM     MTWTh       R.M. LIAO            DH 308

  3122    lec      6:50PM -  9:20PM      MW            R.M. LIAO          DH 308
 

CHINESE 002                                                             5.00 Units

ELEMENTARY CHINESE II                             (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Chinese 1 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Class meets 6 hours. 5 hours are lecture and 1 hour TBA in the Language Laboratory - DH 319.

  0287    lec      11:10AM - 12:20PM    MTWTh       R.M. LIAO            DH 308

  3121    lec      6:50PM -  9:20PM      TTh            B.Y. TING           DH 308
 

CHINESE 003                                                             5.00 Units

INTERMEDIATE CHINESE I                            (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Chinese 2 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent..   DESCRIPTION: Class meets 6 hours. 5 hours are lecture and 1 hour TBA in the Language Laboratory - DH 319.

  8091    lec      8:00AM -  9:10AM      MTWTh       R.M. LIAO            DH 308
 

CHINESE 004                                                             5.00 Units

INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II                           (UC:CSU) 

PREREQUISITE: Chinese 3 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.  DESCRIPTION: Class assignments will include one hour TBA per week in the Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.

  8092    lec      8:00AM -  9:10AM      MTWTh       R.M. LIAO            DH 308
 

CHINESE 010                                                             3.00 Units

CHINESE CIVILIZATION                                 (UC:CSU)  

ADVISORY: English 28. DESCRIPTION: Same as Asian-American Studies II. Acceptable for Asian Languages & Cultures 40A credit at UCLA. Lectures and discussions in English.

  0289    lec      12:45PM -  2:10PM     MW            R.M. LIAO            DH 308
 

 

CINEMA

Chair: Vaughn Obern            (323) 953-4000 ext. 2627 • CC181

http://cinematv.lacitycollege.edu      Email:obernvg@lacitycollege.edu

also see “televsion”

 

CINEMA 001                                               3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO MOTION

PICTURE PRODUCTION                                 (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Open to all students. (Required of all Cinema Majors.)  A comprehensive introduction to film video production techniques and equipment.

  0291    lec      9:00AM - 11:05AM     M               J.K. VARNER      CC 176

  &         lab      11:05AM -  1:10PM     M               J.K. VARNER      CC 176

  3127    lec      6:00PM -  8:05PM      M               J.K. VARNER     CC 176

  &        lab     8:05PM - 10:10PM     M               J.K. VARNER     CC 176
 

CINEMA 002                                                               3.00 Units

BEGINNING MOTION PICTURE WORKSHOP    (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Required for all Cinema Majors.  Introductory workshop in practical filmmaking.  Each student will be responsible for the making of short films in mini DV.

  0290    lec      10:00AM - 10:55AM    Th              J.A. KUNTZ        CC 228

  &         lab      11:00AM -  3:15PM     Th              J.A. KUNTZ        CC 228

  0292    lec      10:00AM - 10:55AM    Th              V.G. OBERN       CC 176

  &         lab      11:00AM -  3:15PM     Th              V.G. OBERN       CC 176

  1347    lec      10:00AM - 10:55AM    F                V.G. OBERN       CC 176

  &         lab      11:00AM -  3:15PM     F                V.G. OBERN       CC 176

  3128    lec      5:00PM -  5:55PM      Th              J.A. KUNTZ        CC 228

  &        lab     6:00PM - 10:15PM     Th              J.A. KUNTZ        CC 228

  3129    lec      5:00PM -  5:55PM      Th              V.G. OBERN       CC 176

  &        lab     6:00PM - 10:15PM     Th              V.G. OBERN       CC 176
 

CINEMA 003                                                               3.00 Units

HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES                   (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION: Required of all first-semester Cinema Majors. Open to all others.  History of the development of motion pictures, with examples, from their beginnings to the present day. Emphasis is placed on the American feature film.

  0293    lec      12:00PM -  2:05PM     T                J.A. KUNTZ        CC 176

  &         lab      2:05PM -  4:10PM      T                J.A. KUNTZ        CC 176

  0299    lec      9:00AM - 11:05AM     S     DE LAS CARRERAS       CC 176

  &         lab      11:05AM -  1:10PM     S     DE LAS CARRERAS       CC 176

  3130    lec      6:00PM -  8:05PM      T                T.R. STEMPEL    CC 176

  &        lab     8:05PM - 10:10PM     T                T.R. STEMPEL    CC 176
 

CINEMA 004                                                               3.00 Units

HISTORY OF THE DOCUMENTARY FILM         (UC:CSU) 

DESCRIPTION:  Required of all first-semester Cinema Majors. Open to all others.  The historical development of films dealing with the truth.

  0294    lec      12:00PM -  2:05PM     W               T.R. STEMPEL    CC 176

  &         lab      2:05PM -  4:10PM      W               T.R. STEMPEL    CC 176

  0297    lec      1:45PM -  3:50PM      S                D.M. OVERPECK CC 176

  &        lab     3:50PM -  5:55PM      S                OVERPECK        CC 176

  3131    lec      6:00PM -  8:05PM      W               T.R. STEMPEL    CC 176

  &        lab     8:05PM - 10:10PM     W               T.R. STEMPEL    CC 176
 

CINEMA 005                                                               3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO SCREENWRITING              (RPT  1)

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3, and 4 with satisfactory grades or better.   DESCRIPTION: Course work consists of writing screenplays. Cinema majors will write the scripts for films they will make in Cinema 15, 16, and 17.  NOTE: Enrolled students will be dropped and non-enrolled students may not add if not present at the first class session.

  0295    lec      1:00PM -  3:05PM      Th              DESMARAIS        CC 149

  &        lab     3:05PM -  5:10PM      Th              DESMARAIS       CC 149

  3123    lec      6:00PM -  8:00PM      Th              T.R. STEMPEL    CC 149

  &        lab     8:00PM - 10:05PM     Th              T.R. STEMPEL    CC 149
 

CINEMA 006                                                               3.00 Units

MOTION PICTURE PHOTOGRAPHY  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3, 4, with satisfactory grades or better.  DESCRIPTION: Introduction to cinematography. The theory and practice of the camera, lenses, lighting, film and filtering. Students will do individual and group projects using 16mm camera equipment (evening section) or mini DV (day section).  NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  0296    lec      8:00AM -  9:00AM      M               J.V. GEUENS      CC 143

  &         lab      9:00AM - 12:10PM     M               J.V. GEUENS      CC 143

  3132    lec      6:00PM -  7:00PM      T                J.V. GEUENS      CC 143

  &        lab     7:00PM - 10:10PM     T                J.V. GEUENS      CC 143
 

CINEMA 007                                                               3.00 Units

ADVANCED CINEMATOGRAPHY AND CREATIVE TECHNIQUES  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 6 with a satisfactory grade or better.   DESCRIPTION: An advanced course in creative cinematography covering sophisticated professional equipment and techniques used in the motion picture industry. Emphasis is placed on lighting and current industry standards.  NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  3133    lec      6:00PM -  8:05PM      Th              C. HAINE           CC 143

  &        lab     8:05PM - 10:10PM     Th              C. HAINE           CC 143
 

CINEMA 009                                                               3.00 Units

MOTION PICTURE SOUND  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3 and 4 with satisfactory grades or better.  DESCRIPTION:  The basics of motion picture production and post-production sound.  NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  1345    lec      10:00AM - 11:00AM    S                A.A. ANDERSON CC 149

  &         lab      11:00AM -  3:15PM     S                A.A. ANDERSON CC 149
 

CINEMA 010                                                               3.00 Units

INTRODUCTION TO FILM DIRECTING  

Prerequisite: Cinema 1, 2, 3, and 4 with satisfactory grades or better. Introduction to the crafts of acting and directing for the film medium.NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  1346    lec      1:00PM -  3:05PM      W               B.R. COOK         CC 143

  &        lab     3:05PM -  5:10PM      W               B.R. COOK         CC 143

  3138    lec      6:00PM -  8:05PM      Th              DESMARAIS       CC 125

  &        lab     8:05PM - 10:10PM     Th              DESMARAIS       CC 125
 

CINEMA 015                                                               3.00 Units

MOTION PICTURE WORKSHOP I                      (RPT  1)

Prerequisite: Cinema 5,6,9,10,11 and 20 with satisfactory grades or better.The producing of a short narrative film. (For advanced LACC Cinema students only).

  0298    lec      10:00AM - 12:05PM    F                J.V. GEUENS      CC 260

  &         lab      12:05PM -  3:10PM     F                J.V. GEUENS      CC 260
 

CINEMA 020                                                               3.00 Units

BUSINESS ASPECTS OF MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3, and 4 with satisfactory grades or better.  DESCRIPTION: Survey of business practices including financing, production and distribution. NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  3136    lec      6:50PM - 10:00PM     W               B.R. COOK         CC 228
 

CINEMA 022                                                               3.00 Units

DIGITAL AUDIO POST PRODUCTION  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 9 or Cinema 32, Cinema 33 or Television 55 with a satisfactory grade of better.  DESCRIPTION: Advanced television and cinema students are introduced to digital audio editing, multi-track mixing and other digital audio post-production. NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  3134    lec      6:00PM -  8:05PM      T                ANDERSON        CC 147

  &        lab     8:05PM - 10:10PM     T                ANDERSON        CC 147
 

CINEMA 032                                                               3.00 Units

EDITING FUNDAMENTALS  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3 and 4 with satisfactory grades or better.  DESCRIPTION:  Lecture: 1 hour. Laboratory: 4 hours.  Intermediate students will learn the basics of editing with non-linear digital equipment.  NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  1350    lec      10:00AM - 11:00AM    W               D.L. JONES         CC 228

  &         lab      11:00AM -  3:15PM     W               D.L. JONES         CC 228

  3135    lec      5:00PM -  6:00PM      M               C.A. DOMOKOS  CC 228

  &        lab     6:00PM - 10:15PM     M               C.A. DOMOKOS  CC 228
 

CINEMA 033                                                               3.00 Units

DIGITAL VIDEO PRODUCTION WORKSHOP I  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 1, 2, 3 and 4 with satisfactory grades or better.  DESCRIPTION: Intermediate film and television students will produce short video projects using basic digital video cameras and editing systems. (Same as Television 55). NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  8097    lec      12:30PM -  1:30PM     Th              J.K. VARNER      CC 118

  &         lab      1:30PM -  5:45PM      Th              J.K. VARNER      CC 118

  5053    lec      5:00PM -  6:00PM      T                J.K. VARNER     CC 118

  &        lab     6:00PM - 10:15PM     T                J.K. VARNER     CC 118
 

CINEMA 034                                                               3.00 Units

Motion Pictures Soundstage Production Practicum  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 5 or 6 or 7 or 9 or 10 or 35.  DESCRIPTION: Designed for students to gain practical experience in a specific area of motion picture soundstage production in order to develop the necessary skills needed in that field of the industry. Included skills are screenwriting, directing, production management, lighting, cinematography, sound recording and editing.

  0301    lec      12:00PM -  1:00PM     T                J.V. GEUENS      CC 143

  &         lab      1:00PM -  5:15PM      T                J.V. GEUENS      CC 143
 

CINEMA 035                                                               3.00 Units

NON-LINEAR EDITING WITH FINAL CUT PRO  

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 11 or Cinema 32 with satisfactory grades or better.  DESCRIPTION: Advanced film students are introduced to Macintosh Final Cut Pro non-linear software and are given lectures on film-to-video and other post-production procedures.  NOTE: Students will be dropped or may not enroll if not present at the first class session.

  5054    lec      6:00PM -  7:00PM      Th              RAFANOVIC       CC 147

  &        lab     7:00PM - 10:10PM     Th              RAFANOVIC       CC 147
 

CINEMA 038                                                               3.00 Units

MOTION PICTURE STAGE GRIP  

DESCRIPTION:  In this hands-on course, students will learn basic grip skills and operate equipment and tools used on location and the motion picture stage.

  0300    lec      1:20PM -  3:25PM      M               R.J. MENDEZ      CC 125

  &        lab     3:25PM -  5:30PM      M               R.J. MENDEZ     CC 125
 

CINEMA 060                                                               3.00 Units

ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY CAREERS

BELOW-THE-LINE PRODUCTIONS SKILLS I  

DESCRIPTION: Lecture 2 hours. Laboratory 2 hours.  Introductory course to the skills needed to obtain and keep a position in the motion picture or television industries. Skills taught include working with production managers, first assistant directors, production designers, and script supervisors, with a focus on basic safety issues in each department.

  3137    lec      6:00PM -  7:05PM      T                D.L. JONES        CC 125

  &        lab     7:05PM - 10:15PM     T                D.L. JONES        CC 125
 

CINEMA 185                                                               1.00 Units

DIRECTED STUDY - CINEMA           (UC:CSU)  (RPT  2)

PREREQUISITE: Cinema 5 with satisfactory grades or better. (Graded as credit/no-credit).  DESCRIPTION: Designed to allow the advanced LACC Cinema student to work independently in screenwriting or post-production. (Enrollment by ADD CARD ONLY,  the first day of class).

  5051    lec      4:15PM -  5:15PM      T                J.A. KUNTZ        CC 228

  8099    lec      1:00 hrs/wk               TBA            J.A. KUNTZ        CC 228


 

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The LACC English Literacy Program and Citizenship Center provides an integrated program of services incorporating English Literacy and Civics Education to students and members of the community. This FREE program offers non-credit classes in ESL, Speech Interview Skills, Citizenship preparation and Civics Participation. Classes include:

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