FALL 2008 CLASS SCHEDULE 

 

ACCOUNTING

Chair: Dr. Thelma Day           (323) 953-4000 ext. 2549 • AD304

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ACCOUNTING 001 5.00 Units
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU) (RPT 1)

PREREQUISITE: 1) Completion or concurrent enrollment in Business 38 or Accounting 31 or
appropriate Math course as indicated by student’s Math proficiency; 2) Eligibility to enroll in
English 101 or completion of 20 units of transfer courses or acceptable work experience; 3) CSIT 103.
0100 lec 9:00AM - 10:10AM MTWTh E.C. AYUYAO AD 311
0101 lec 12:10PM - 1:20PM MTWTh E.C. AYUYAO AD 311
0118 lec 9:00AM - 2:20PM S S.A. HYDER AD 309
3001 lec 6:50PM - 9:20PM TTh M. DAGAN AD 309
3002 lec 6:50PM - 9:20PM MW R.N. YEATS AD 309


ACCOUNTING 002 5.00 Units
INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNTING II (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Accounting 1 or 22 with a satisfactory grade or the equivalent.
0102 lec 10:35AM - 11:45AM MTWTh E.C. AYUYAO AD 311
0117 lec 9:00AM - 2:20PM S E.C. AYUYAO AD 311
3003 lec 6:50PM - 9:20PM MW R.C. CHIN AD 311
3004 lec 6:50PM - 9:20PM TTh R.L. RINETTI AD 311


ACCOUNTING 017 2.00 Units
PAYROLL ACCOUNTING

ADVISORY: English 28 or equivalent. Concerned with procedures and practices involved in a
firm’s payroll system. Includes familiarizing students with current State and Federal laws with
respect to computation of regular and overtime pay, withholding of payroll taxes, computation of
employer’s payroll taxes, and the preparation of payroll tax returns and reports.
3017 lec 6:50PM - 9:00PM T G.J. WALENDOWSKI HH 7


ACCOUNTING 021 3.00 Units
BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING I (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: 1) Concurrent enrollment in or completion of Accounting 31, Business 38, or
Mathematics equivalent and eligibility to enroll in English 28 or 85 or concurrent enrollment in
any 3 unit English class indicated by the college placement exam or acceptable work experience.
CO-REQUISITE: Accounting 41. (TRANSFER STUDENTS should enroll in Accounting 1.)
0104 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM TTh B.G. TIWARI AD 301B
0108 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA B.G. TIWARI ON LINE
This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at
the LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu |
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.. Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you
being dropped from the course)
The Orientation will be held Wed., Sep. 3 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm | AD316
3018 lec 6:50PM - 8:15PM MW G.J. WALENDOWSKI HH107


ACCOUNTING 022 3:00 units
BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING II (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: Accounting 21. CO-REQUISITE: Accounting 42. NOTE: Accounting 22
students must also enroll in Accouting 42 at the same hour and with the same instructor as
Accounting 22.
0105 lec 3:10 hrs/wk TBA B.G. TIWARI ON LINE
This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at
the LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu |
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.. Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you
being dropped from the course)
The Orientation will be held Wed., Sep. 3 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm | AD316


ACCOUNTING 027 3.00 Units
AUTOMATED ACCOUNTING METHODS & PROCEDURES II

PREREQUISITE: Accounting 1 with a satisfactory grade or better. DESCRIPTION: Computer
applications in the preparation of special journals, payroll register, bank reconciliation, aging
accounts receivable, inventory costing and depreciation. Analysis of financial statements and
preparation of a computerized practice set.
0106 lec 2:05 hrs/wk TBA B.G. TIWARI ON LINE
& lab 2:05 hrs/wk TBA B.G. TIWARI ON LINE
This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at
the LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu |
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.. Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you
being dropped from the course)
The Orientation will be held Wed., Sep. 3 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm | AD316

 

ACCOUNTING 041 1.00 Units
LABORATORY FOR ACCOUNTING 21

DESCRIPTION: Accounting 41 students must also enroll in Accounting 21 at the same hour
and with the same instructor as Accounting 41. Fundamentals of double-entry accounting; the
accounting cycle; preparation of the trial balance; adjusting entries and three basic financial
statements; use of controlling accounts; accounting for merchandising and cash transactions;
special journals and periodic reporting.
0109 lec 10:35AM - 11:40AM TTh B.G. TIWARI AD 301B
0115 lec 1:55 hrs/wk TBA B.G. TIWARI ON LINE
This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at
the LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu |
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.. Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you
being dropped from the course)
The Orientation will be held Wed., Sep. 3 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm | AD316
3216 lec 8:15PM - 9:20PM MW G.J. WALENDOWSKI HH 107


ACCOUNTING 042 1.00 Units
LABORATORY FOR ACCOUNTING 22

PREREQUISITE: Accounting 41. CO-REQUISITE: Accounting 42 which meets at the same
hour.
0111 lab 1:55 hrs/wk TBA B.G. TIWARI ON LINE
This course will be taught entirely via the internet. You may work at home on your computer or at
the LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email Prof. Twari at tiwaribg@lacitycollege.edu |
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2545.. Mandatory on-campus orientation (failure to attend will result in you
being dropped from the course)
The Orientation will be held Wed., Sep. 3 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm | AD316


ACCOUNTING 055 1.00 Units
ACCOUNTING COMPUTER LABORATORY

ADVISORY: CSIT 101 and Accounting 1 or Accounting 21/41. DESCRIPTION: This is a
computer laboratory which provides the student with an opportunity to apply the accounting
computer concepts being studied in an other accounting class section.
0112 lab 9:00AM - 11:05AM S E.F. GANIRON AD 316

 
 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

Chair: Tim Sweetman            (323) 953-4000 ext. 2753 • HH12

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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 001 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTION TO ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (UC:CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Philosophy and history of law enforcement, overview of crime and police
problems, including police community relations; organization and jurisdiction of local, state, and
federal law enforcement agencies, survey of professional career opportunities.
0122 lec 7:25AM - 8:50AM MW J.C. CABALLERO HH 203
3011 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM T J.C. CABALLERO HH 203


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 002 3.00 Units
CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW (UC:CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Basic principles of the evolution of the English common law with emphasis on
sections of the California Penal Code most frequently used by police officers.
0125 lec 7:25AM - 8:50AM TTh M.J. CONTA HH 204
3012 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M M.J. CONTA HH 204


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 003 3.00 Units
LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Origin, development, philosophy and constitutional basis of evidence;
Constitutional consideration of the rules governing the admissibility of evidence in court; and the
kinds and degrees of evidence and the judicial rights in a criminal trial.
0119 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW J.C. CABALLERO HH 203


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 004 3.00 Units
PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES OF THE JUSTICE SYSTEM (UC:CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Legal processes from pre-arrest through trial, sentencing and correctional
procedures; a review of criminal law and legal concepts governing police behavior, conceptual
interpretations of constitutional principles of the 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 14th Amendments to the
Constitution and their application to law enforcement officers. UC limit: One course from
Administration of Justice 1, 4.
1025 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW J.C. CABALLERO HH 203

 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 005 3.00 Units
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: Fundamentals of investigation, crime scene search and recording, collection
and preservation of physical evidence, scientific aids, modus operandi, sources of information,
interviews and interrogation, follow-up, and case preparation.
1113 lec 12:10PM - 1:35PM MW T.N. SWEETMAN HH 7


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 006 3.00 Units
PATROL PROCEDURES (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: The history and development of patrol philosophy; planning for field activities
to include functions of patrol traffic, and other preliminary investigative duties of the field officers
and the handling of civil and domestic disturbances and other community crime incidents.
3033 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM M M.J. CONTA HH 204


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 014 3.00 Units
REPORT WRITING FOR PEACE OFFICERS (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: A study of the written reports as used by law enforcement agencies. Practice in
organizing and presenting factual material with clarity, definiteness and conciseness.
0121 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM TTh M.J. CONTA HH 204


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 060 3.00 Units
ARREST, SEARCH AND SEIZURE (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: A comprehensive study of the laws of search and seizure with special emphasis
on procedural law as applied by police officers. The U.S. and California Supreme Courts
procedures and role will be reviewed with an emphasis on the legal, constitutional and political
aspects for law enforcement officers.
1023 lec 12:10PM - 1:35PM TTh T.N. SWEETMAN HH 7


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 180 3.00 Units
CRIMINALISTICS (CSU)

DESCRIPTION: This course concentrates on the detection, inspection and interpretation of crime
scene evidence. Forensic videos highlight the techniques used for accurate interpretation as well
as give an insight into crime lab procedures. “Hands-on” application is a vital part of this class.
0131 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM TTh T.N. SWEETMAN HH 7
 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 381 3.00 Units
LAW ENFORCEMENT INTERNSHIP

0134 lec 10:35AM - 11:35AM TTh M.J. CONTA HH 204
& lab 7:35 hrs/wk TBA M.J. CONTA HH 204


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 382 3.00 Units
INTRODUCTiON TO THE FIREARMS TRAINING SYSTEM (RPT 3)

DESCRIPTION: (Credit/No credit) This course uses a computer simulation to test student’s
abilities and reactions in shooting scenarios. Students will be placed in “real life” type situations
and must determine to “shoot or don’t shoot.”
0137 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW T.N. SWEETMAN HH 7
3029 lec 3:30PM - 6:40PM T J.C. CABALLERO HH 7


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 391 3.00 Units
FIREARMS: ANALYSIS

This is a forensic course dealing with firearms and cartridge identification. Thisclass offers a
“hands-on” approach through the use of experiments and microscopic comparisons.
3024 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM Th D.K. PAUL HH 7


ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE 396 3.00 Units
TRAFFIC COLLISION INVESTIGATION

This class will concentrate on investigating traffic collisions by identifying and interpreting forensic
evidence as well as diagramming and measuring scenes. Special emphasis will be placed on
understanding vehicle and pedestrian dynamics (behavior) associated after a collision.
3032 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM W O. CORRALES HH 7 

 

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

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

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AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 004 3.00 Units
THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I (UC:CSU)
DESCRIPTION: A survey of U.S. history from the early colonial era through the Civil War
emphasizing the U.S. Constitution and the contributions of African-Americans. (Same credit as
History 11 and Chicano Studies 7.)
0135 lec 9:00AM - 10:25AM MW H.L. EALY JR JH 102
0136 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW W. V. Eckford JH 104
3031 lec 6:50PM - 10:00PM M L. GANT BRITTON JH 102

 

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 007 3.00 Units
BLACK AMERICANS AND THE POLITICAL SYSTEM (UC:CSU)
DESCRIPTION: This course surveys the relationship of minority groups to American politics with
emphasis on the African-American in the political system. This course gives anin-depth study of
the distribution of political power.
0138 lec 10:35AM - 12:00PM MW H.L. EALY JR JH 102


AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 020 3.00 Units
AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE I (UC:CSU)
DESCRIPTION: This is a survey of literature by African-American writers. It is designed to cover
all types of literature (slave narratives, poetry, novels, etc.) to encourage students to develop a
positive attitude towards reading and an understanding of the progression of culture in America
as interpreted by African-American writers. (Fulfills Humanities requirements for graduation).
0139 lec 12:10PM - 1:35PM MW Staff JH 113
 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

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

 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE 002 4.00 Units
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II (UC:CSU)

PREREQUISITE: American Sign Language 001. Class meets 5 hours; 4 hours lecture and 1
hour TBA in the language lab, DH 319. DESCRIPTION: This course completes the study of
elementary vocabulary and grammar. Increased development of inflectional and non-manual
behavior patterns. Incorporation of selected aspects of Deaf culture and community within
receptive and expressive conversation.
3030 lec 6:50PM - 8:55PM MW A.C. QUISPE DH 310
& lab 1:05 hrs/wk TBA Staff DH 319

 

 

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