LACC Online, Honors, ITV-Weekend, and Supplemental Instruction Classes - Fall 2009

 
   ONLINE CLASSES: 
  
Following is a list of classes offered Online.  Refer to the detailed class listings for more information and instructions.
       SECTION     SUBJECT      NUMBER        INSTRUCTOR

          SECTION       SUBJECT       NUMBER       INSTRUCTOR

0124

ACCT

015

B.G. Tiwari

0108

ACCT

021

B.G. Tiwari

0105

ACCT

022

B.G Tiwari

0106

ACCT

027

B.G. Tiwari

0115

ACCT

041

B.G. Tiwari

0111

ACCT

042

B.G. Tiwari

1013

CAOT

001

C.S. Morimoto

1039

CAOT

084

C.S. Morimoto

1050

CAOT

085

T. J. Day

0270

CDEV

001

K.M. Wright

1586

CDEV

001

K.M. Wright

0264

CHIC

007

C.R. Guerrero

0304

CSIT

101

M.B. Pashazadeh

3140

CSIT

101

M. Tavakoli

3146

CSIT

103

L.A. Flores

0317

CSIT

103

S. Dakduk

3146

CSIT

103

L.A. Flores

0336

CSIT

108

B.P. Dauzat

2245

CSIT

144

Staff

3649

CSIT

158

Staff

1628

CSIT

169

Staff

0380

ECON

002

J.E. Holzner

0418

ENGL

028

R.E. Lapp

1334

ENGL

028

Staff

1338

ENGL

028

T.R. Robinson

0496

ENGL

067

T. R. Robinson

0497

ENGL

067

D. G. Holmes

0479

ENGL

101

T.R. Robinson

0588

ENGL

101

R.E. Lapp

3226

ENGL

101

E. O’Connell

3703

ENGL

101

F. Tamayo

0555

ENGL

102

F. Tamayo

0556

ENGL

103

g.g. Patthey Chavez

1355

ENGL

103

E.W. Kendall

3705

ENGL

255

g.g.Patthey Chavez

3239

ENGL

270

M.S. Boretz

0564

F&CS

021

G.B. Stafsky

0566

F&CS

021

G.B. Stafsky

0578

FIN

002

A.Z. Almurdaah

0113

FIN

008

A.Z. Almurdaah

3306

FIN

015

A.Z. Almurdaah

3635

HEAL

011

N.J. Pierce

0663

HIST

012

W.V. Eckford

3308

INTBUS

001

R. B. Hastey

3309

INTBUS

006

R. B. Hastey

0591

INTBUS

004

Staff

0592

INTBUS

005

T.J. Day

0144

LAW

001

Staff

1610

LAW

001

R.P. Lewis

0891

MATH

227

M.R. Araeipour

0927

MATH

125

M.R. Araeipour

0800

MGMT

013

R.B. Hastey

1127

POLI

001

J.N. Meyer

1180

PSYCH

027

A.B. Baldwin

1202

RE

060

R. Andreson

3007

RE

001

R. Anderson

1222

SOC

001

A. Clark

3615

SUPV

001

R.B. Hastey

 

                     Honors Programs
If you are planning to transfer to a 4-year university, consider joining the Honors Program.

The Honors Program is designed to prepare the motivated student for transfer. The program’s enriched and rigorous curriculum challenges those who thrive on intellectual exercise.  Students may have the opportunity to participate in tutoring and research. These experiences will lead beyond the community college, through the four-year school, and into the professional lives of these scholars.


BENEFITS:
Certified Members are guaranteed priority consideration for admission to:
• UCLA • UC Riverside • UC Irvine • UC Santa Cruz  • CSU Long Beach • CSU Fullerton • Chapman University • La Sierra University
• Occidental College • Pacific University • Pitzer College • Pomona College • Whitman College

HOW TO JOIN:
You need to have a 3.0 GPA minimum (high school or college) and be eligible for English 101.

HOW TO CERTIFY:
You must complete 18 units of Honors coursework with an overall 3.1 GPA.

WHAT TO EXPECT:
An intense program of reading and writing, LACC priority admissions, scholarships, social events, field trips, UCLA and UCI library privileges, and more.

TO APPLY CONTACT:
Program Director
AD 205B (323) 953-4000 ext. 2062
OR Hector Aguilar, Scholars Counselor
AD 108 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2251
OR visit the web site :http://www.lacitycollege.edu/services/honorsprogram/

Course Days Instructor Room

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES 4

LEC 10:35AM - 12:00PM

MW

Eckford

JH 104

ANTHROPOLOGY 101

LEC 10:35AM – 12:00PM

MW

Bartelt

LS 105

ANTHROPOLOGY 102

LEC 7:25AM – 8:50AM

TTh

Bartelt

LS 105

ASTRONOMY 1

LEC 12:10PM – 1:35PM

MW

McCudden

SCI 132

BIOLOGY 6

LEC 12:10PM – 1:35PM

MW

Phommasaysy

SCI 130

&LAB 8:00AM – 11:10PM

TTh

Phommasaysy

SCI 106

LEC 12:10PM -1:35PM

MW

Phommasaysy

SCI 130

&LAB 12:10PM – 3:20PM

TTh

Phommasaysy

SCI 106

CHEMISTRY 51

LEC 6:15PM – 7:40PM

TTh

Shin

SCI 305

&LAB 7:55PM – 10:00PM

TTh

Shin

SCI 305

ENGLISH 101

LEC 10:35AM – 12:00PM

MW

Muller

JH 101

LEC 9:00AM – 10:30AM

MW

Muller

JH 204

MATHEMATICS 227

LEC 12:10PM – 2:15PM

MW

Badalian

JH 120

LEC 3:30PM – 5:35PM

MW

Salazar

JH 310

LEC 7:00PM – 9:10PM

MW

Salazar

JH 209

LEC 1:45PM – 3:00PM

MTW

Sow

JH 115

LEC 7:00PM – 9:05PM

TTh

Badalian

JH 310

LEC 8:00AM – 12:30PM

Sat

Badalian

JH 310

LEC 9:00AM – 10:25AM

MTW

Kendis

JH 119

LEC 10:35AM – 12:00PM

MWF

Badalian

JH 310

LEC 10:35AM- 12:40PM

TTh

Kaviani

BUNG 12

MATHEMATICS 261

LEC 9:00AM – 10:10AM

MTWTh

Mardirosian

JH 214

LEC 10:35AM – 11:45AM

MTWTh

Sow

JH 118

LEC 7:00PM – 9:30PM

MW

Payne

JH 212

LEC 7:00PM – 9:30PM

TTh

Nikolaychuk

JH 214

MATHEMATICS 262

LEC 9:00AM – 10:10AM

MTWTh

Kaviani

JH 120

LEC 7:00PM- 9:30PM

MW

V. Lee

JH 214

MATHEMATICS 263

LEC 10:35AM – 11:45AM

MTWTh

Nikolaychuk

JH 214

LEC 7:00PM – 9:30PM

TTh

S. Lee

JH 120

MUSIC 111

LEC 6:50PM – 10:00PM

T

Dutton

CH 247

LEC 9:00AM 10:25AM

MW

Blake

CH 247

PHILOSOPHY 1

LEC 10:35PM – 12:00PM

TTh

Torres

HH 202

PHILOSOPHY 14

LEC 9:00AM – 10:25AM

TTh

Torres

HH 202

PHYSICS 11

LEC 12:10PM – 3:20PM

T

Erickson

SCI 208

&LAB 12:10PM – 3:20PM

Th

Erickson

SCI 208

 
  ITV/Weekend College

ITV/Weekend College classes allow students to complete general education classes in a focused eight-week format. Classes are taught on four campuses: City [C] and Southwest [SW] Colleges on Saturdays and Valley [V] and Pierce [P] Colleges on Sundays. First college listed is AM only 9:00 - 12:00 Noon. Second college listed is PM only 1:30 - 4:30 PM. Students may attend at any location or change locations, if necessary, throughout the semester.

The classes are taught by the same qualified LACCD instructor at each campus. Instruction is combined with award-winning video lessons available on cable television, in broadband, on DVD, and in the College Learning Resource Centers. Each class also has an online component creating a positive, engaging learning environment.

For classroom locations go to:  www.lamission.edu/itv and click Schedule of Classes. Financial aid is available for qualified students; fee waivers apply to these classes. Transcripts are issued by LA Mission College.
 

Fall 2009 Session A
August 31 - October 25, 2009

Saturday       Sunday 

Classes

Section

Campus

Campus

Economics 1

7028

C/SW

P/V

English 101

7029

C/SW

P/V

Health 11

7030

C/SW

P/V

History 11

7031

C/SW

P/V

Oceanography 1

7032

SW/C

V/P

Philosophy 1

7033

SW/C

V/P

Political Science 1

7034

SW/C

V/P

Psychology 1

7035

SW/C

V/P

Saturday class meetings: Sept. 5 – Oct. 24.
Sunday class meetings: Sept. 6 – Oct. 25.
Last Day To:
ADD by STEP or online: Aug. 30, 2009
ADD by FAX (818) 833-3598
or in-person: Sept. 11, 2009
Drop without incurring fees: Sept. 5, 2009

Fall 2009 Session B
October 26 - December 19, 2009

Saturday         Sunday 

Classes

Section

Campus

Campus

English 101

7036

C/SW

P/V

English 102

7037

C/SW

P/V

Health 11

7038

C/SW

P/V

History 11

7039

C/SW

P/V

History 12

7040

C/SW

P/V

Math 125

7041

SW/C

V/P

Philosophy 1

7042

SW/C

V/P

Political Science 1

7043

SW/C

V/P

Psychology 41

7044

SW/C

V/P

Sociology 1

7045

SW/C

V/P

Saturday class meetings: Oct. 31 – Dec. 19.
Sunday class meetings: Nov. 1 – Dec. 13.
No class meetings: Nov. 28 & 29.
Last Day To:
ADD by STEP or online: Oct. 25, 2009
ADD by FAX (818) 833-3598 or in-person: Nov. 6, 2009
Drop without incurring fees: Oct. 31, 2009

Website: www.lamission.edu/itv • Telephone: 818/833-3594 or 800/917-9277

 
Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is a form of peer tutoring and mentoring offered to students enrolled in historically difficult courses. It is an academic assistance program that increases student success and retention.
It has proven effective in helping students earn higher final course grades than students not participating in the program.

An SI mentor (a student selected by the instructor who has previously taken the course and demonstrated proficiency in the subject matter) provides students with supplemental information on lectures, tests and assignments. Mentors attend every class session and conduct three to five, fifty minute study groups each week at times convenient to the majority of students to review lecture material. Sessions normally occur in or near the course classroom instead of in a learning center. Sessions are attended on a voluntary basis and students are not segregated based on academic ability. Since SI is introduced on the first day of classes and is open to all students in the class, it is in no way viewed as remedial. Mentors may also be reached via telephone or e-mail and provide students with supplemental information.
Below is a list of fall 2009 classes with SI. So, take advantage of SI sections by enrolling early! These sections are identified in the class listings pages by a note stating “The above section will be offering special tutoring”.

For additional information contact Sandy Parsakar,
SI Coordinator, (323) 953-4000 Ext 2320.

SECTION CLASS INSTRUCTOR

0142

Anatomy 1

STAFF

8004

Anatomy 1

Gonsalves/Daftari

0230

Biology 3

Garcia

5036

Chemistry 60

Torres

8076

Chemistry 68

Boan

8078

Chemistry 68

Carter/Hymowitz

3106

Child Dev. 1

Werble

0329

CSIT 101

Tavakoli

0376

Economics 1

Holzner

0426

English 28

Miklos Bryer

0431

English 28

Kendall

0422

English 28

Zimbler

1618

English 28

Sotiriou

3701

English 28

Rowe

4724

English 28

Rose

1613

English 97

STAFF

0451

English 101

Nishimura

3310

French 1

Rozenkopf

0654

History 11

Moon

0840

Math 112

Kendis

0922

Math 113

Kaviani

0863

Math 115

Plotquin

0867

Math 115

Magee

0868

Math 115

Plotquin

0877

Math 125

Salazar

0880

Math 125

Windsor

3415

Math 125

Hentschel

3432

Microbiology 1

Hicks

8298

Music 161

Blake

0943

Music 201

Park

1151

Psychology 1

Sedghi

1156

Psychology 1

Blum

1189

Psychology 2

Sechooler

1115

Physiology 1

Gonsalves

5136

Physiology 1

Khollesi

1229

Spanish 1

Parada

1243

Spanish 2

Rivera

1214

Sociology 1

Clark

1258

Speech 101

Staff

1283

Speech 113

Hendricks

 
Rev. 05/28/09

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