PHYSICAL SCIENCE

Dean Arvidson, Chai       FH209C  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2920

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/physical%20science.htm

 

PHYSICAL SCIENCE 1

PHYSICAL SCIENCE I

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent, or concurrent enrollment in Learning Skills 1 or/and 7.

An integrated course for non‑science majors developing fundamental concepts and principles of Physics, Chemis­try, Geology, and Astronomy.

1113     lec    11:10-12:35        TTh                 Y Pilapil             FH219

Evening Classes

3500     lec    3:30-6:40           T                     S Juan              FH219

PHYSICAL SCIENCE 14

PHYSICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY

(UC:CSU) - 1 UNIT

Prerequisite: Completion of/or concurrent enrollment in Physical Science 1.

Evening Classes

5135     lab    3:30-6:40       Th                       S Juan                  FH219

 

PHYSICS

Dean Arvidson, Chair       FH209C  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2920

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/physics.htm

 

ATTENTION PHYSICS STUDENTS:

The following abbreviated descriptions are designed to assist you in making correct course selections to suit your needs and abilities.

•       PHYSICS 12 is a non-mathematical survey of physics open to all students, but intended particularly for Liberal Arts majors and those in x-ray technology.

•       PHYSICS 11 is a prerequisite for Physics 101.

•       PHYSICS 14 is a one unit lab course. Physics 14 taken together with Physics 12, meet the science with a lab transfer requirement.

•       PHYSICS 101, 102, and 103 is the most intensive sequence offered and is intended for physical science and engineering majors.

 

PHYSICS 3

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

(UC:CSU) - 4 UNITS

Prerequisite: Physics 2. Co-requisite: Mathematics 263.

1109     lec    11:10-12:35    T                          D Arvidson             FH206

&          lec    12:45-3:55      M                         D Arvidson             FH206

&          lab    11:10-12:35    Th                        D Arvidson             FH206

&          lab    12:45-3:55      W                         D Arvidson             FH206

(11 Week Class - Starts 03/14/2005, Ends 06/05/2005)

PHYSICS 4

OPTICS AND MODERN PHYSICS

(UC:CSU) - 4 UNITS

Prerequisite: Physics 2

Evening Classes

3504     lec    6:50-10:00         M                     S Juan              FH206

&         lab    6:50-10:00         W                     S Juan              FH206

PHYSICS 11

INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

(UC:CSU) - 4 UNITS

Prerequisite: Mathematics 115, 120.

Advisory: Eligibility to enroll in English 28.

Principles and problem solving methods forming a solid foundation for all further study of physics.

1111         lec    12:45-3:55      M                     S Juan              FH219

&              lab    12:45-3:55     W                     S Juan               FH219

Evening Classes

3503     lec      6:50-10:00       M                     S Okumoto       FH219

&         lab      6:50-10:00       W                     S Okumoto       FH219  

PHYSICS 12

PHYSICS FUNDAMENTALS

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28.

OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS. An appreciative once-over-lightly of some of the major insights of physics. No mathematical preparation is needed. Credit for a lab science may be earned through concurrent enrollment in Physics 14.

1112      lec     12:45-2:10         TTh                 Y Pilapil          FH219

PHYSICS 14

PHYSICS FUNDAMENTALS LABORATORY

(UC:CSU) - 1 UNIT

Co-requisite: Physics 12.

Evening Classes

5136         3:30-6:40               Th                     S Juan         FH219

PHYSICS 101

PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS I

(UC:CSU) - 5 UNITS

Prerequisite: Physics 11 with a satisfactory grade or high school physics.

Co-requisite: Mathematics 261.

Advisory: English 28/31 or equivalent.

This course is designed to cover the field of mechanics, including both static and dynamics, Newton’s laws, translational and rotational motion, work and energy, elasticity, fluid mechanics, simple harmonic motion, and gravitational theory.

1107     lec    11:10-12:35        MW                   Staff                    FH225

&          lab    12:45-3:55         T                       Staff                     FH225

&          conf  12:45-3:55          Th                    Staff                     FH225

Evening Classes

3501 lec    5:15-6:40               TTh                  M Dombroski     FH225

&      lab   6:50-10:00             T                      M Dombroski     FH225

&      conf 6:50-10:00             Th                    M Dombroski     FH225

PHYSICS 102

PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS II

(UC:CSU) - 5 UNITS

Prerequisite: Physics 101 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.

Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in Mathematics 262, unless taken previously.

Physics 102 is offered in the daytime in the Spring.

1108     lec    11:10-12:35        TTh                  D Arvidson          FH206

&          lab    12:45-3:55         M                     D Arvidson          FH206

&          conf  12:45-3:55          W                     D Arvidson         FH206

PHYSICS 185

DIRECTED STUDY - PHYSICS

(UC:CSU) - 1 UNIT

Prerequisite: Please consult with the instructor.

8488     disc   1:00-Hrs            TBA                  D Arvidson         FH209

PHYSICS 285

DIRECTED STUDY - PHYSICS

(UC:CSU) - 2 UNITS

Prerequisite: Please consult with the instructor.

8489     disc   2:05-Hrs            TBA                  D Arvidson         FH209

PHYSICS 385

DIRECTED STUDY - PHYSICS

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Please consult with the instructor.

8490     disc   3:10-Hrs            TBA                  D Arvidson         FH209

 

physiology

Victor Arai, Chair                     LS109  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2790

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/biology.htm

PHYSIOLOGY 1

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

(UC:CSU)(CAN BIOL 12) - 4 UNITS

Prerequisite: Anatomy 1.

Advisory: English 21 or its equivalent.

For pre-nursing, radiation technology, medical techs, pre-professional students and allied health students. Students may be required to purchase or provide laboratory instructional materials.

Presents general principles of physiology with special emphasis upon the human body.

1114      lec    8:00-11:10         F                      Staff                   LS203 LS102

&          lab    8:00-11:10         Sat                    Staff                   LS209

8493     lec    9:35-11:00         MW                   G Gonsalves       LS203

&          lab    7:50-11:00         Th                    G Gonsalves       LS209

8494     lec    9:35-11:00         MW                   G Gonsalves       LS203

&          lab    12:45-3:55         W                     G Gonsalves       LS209

Special tutorial assistance available in section 8494.

1115     lec     11:10-12:35       TTh                  G Gonsalves       LS203

&          lab    12:45-3:55         T                      G Gonsalves       LS209

Evening Classes

3508     lec    3:30-6:40           T                      V Arai               LS203

&          lab   3:30-6:40           Th                    V Arai               LS209

3509     lec    6:50-10:00           M                    F Shahbazian               LS203

&          lab   6:50-10:00           W                    F Shahbazian              LS209

  

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

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

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/social%20science.htm

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 1

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES

(UC:CSU)(CAN GOVT 2) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

ALSO OFFERED THROUGH INSTRUCTION TELEVISION

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

SECTION 1126 MAY BE TAKEN BY HONORS PROGRAM STUDENTS

 FOR HONORS CREDIT. FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

1129              8:00-9:25      MW                       A Cole               JH106

1126              8:00-9:25          TTh                   M Aaron            JH203

1128              8:00-9:25          TTh                   A Cole               JH102

1130              8:00-9:25          TTh                   R Pelton            JH106

1132              9:35-11:00         TTh                  A Cole               JH106

1125              9:35-12:45         F                      P Schlessinger   JH106

1127              9:35-12:45         Sat                    F Gordon           JH106

1133              11:10-12:35       MW                   M Aaron            JH106

1134              11:10-12:35       TTh                  A Cole               JH104

1124              11:00-4:40         Sat                   S Sanchez         JH202

Evening Classes

3515             3:30-6:40          T                       A Cole              JH202

3516             3:30-6:40          W                      L Coulter          JH102

3517             3:30-6:40          Th                     D Wilson          JH202

3518             6:50-10:00         M                     M Aaron           JH202

3519             6:50-10:00         T                      L Coulter          JH202

3520             6:50-10:00         W                     M Aaron           JH102

3521             6:50-10:00         Th                    C Alvere           FH123

3522             6:50-10:00         Th                    D Wilson          JH202

POLITICAL SCIENCE 2

Modern World Governments

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory:  English 28/31 or equivalent.

Modern World Governments is a comparative study of the constitutional institutions and political problems of selected governments abroad.

1131             9:35-11:00         MW                   M Aaron            JH104

 

PSYCHOLOGY

Rochelle Sechooler, Chair   HH100G • (323) 953-4000 ext. 2930

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/psych/index.html

 

PSYCHOLOGY 1

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I

(UC:CSU)(CAN PSY 2) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

A general introduction to the scientific study of human behavior. An emphasis is placed upon learning, motivation, intelligence, feelings and emotions, personality, and methods of adjustment.

ALSO OFFERED THROUGH INSTRUCTION TELEVISION

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

SECTIONs 1156 & 1159 MAY BE TAKEN BY HONORS PROGRAM STUDENTS

 FOR HONORS CREDIT. FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

1145             9:00-12:10         F                       K Fiazi              HH101

&                 1:00-4:10           F                       K Fiazi              HH101

(8 Week Class - Starts 04/01/2005, Ends 06/01/2005)

1147             6:25-7:50          TTh                    A Sweetman      HH101

1148             8:00-9:25          MW                    A Sweetman      HH101

1149             8:00-9:25          TTh                    M Bolen            HH103

1146             9:00-12:10         Sat                     Staff                 HH104

1144             1:00-4:10           Sun                   Staff                  HH101

1151             9:35-11:00         MW                    M Bolen            HH105

1152             9:35-11:00         MW                    K Fiazi             HH102

1153             9:35-11:00         TTh                   C Canales         HH103

1154             9:35-11:00         TTh                   M Lazare           HH101

1155             11:10-12:35        MW                   M Lazare          HH102

1158             11:10-12:35        MW                   K Fiazi             HH104

1150             11:10-12:35        TTh                  C Canales        HH103

1156             11:10-12:35        TTh                  J Blum             HH101

1157             12:45-3:55         M                      J Blum             HH101

1159             12:45-2:10         TTh                   J Blum             HH101

Evening Classes

3524             3:30-6:40          T                        M Lazare         HH103

3523             3:30-6:40          Th                      F Herring        HH101

3543             4:35-6:00          TTh                    W Lauritzen     HH102

3525             6:50-10:00         M                      T Olmstead      HH101

3526             6:50-10:00         T                       R Sneed          HH105

3527             6:50-10:00         W                      M Wheeler       HH101

3528             6:50-10:00         Th                     Staff                 HH6  

PSYCHOLOGY 2

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II

(UC:CSU)(CAN PSY 10) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

Brain and behavior: Anatomy and physiology of behavior and experience, intelligence, learning, sensation and perception, sexuality and the structure and function of the nervous system are examined in detail.

SECTION 8503 MAY BE TAKEN BY HONORS PROGRAM STUDENTS

 FOR HONORS CREDIT. FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

1160             8:00-9:25          MW                     K Fiazi             HH7  

1161             8:00-9:25          TTh                    A Sweetman     HH101

8503             11:10-12:35        MW                   R Sechooler       HH7  

Evening Classes

3529             3:30-6:45          Th                      K Fiazi             HH102

3532             6:50-10:00         Th                     F Herring         HH105  

PSYCHOLOGY 3

PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 1. Advisory: English 101 or equivalent.

Psychology of personal growth. Focuses on self-awareness, self-acceptance, and self-disclosure.

1162             12:45-3:55         M                       C Canales         HH103

Evening Classes

3530             6:50-10:00         T                       J Blum              HH101

 

PSYCHOLOGY 11 OFFERED THROUGH INSTRUCTION TELEVISION

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

PSYCHOLOGY 13

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 1.

The study of social influences on our behavior, attitudes, and feelings.

Evening Classes

3544             6:50-10:00         M                      R Kort                HH103

PSYCHOLOGY 14

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 1.

An overview of abnormal behavior from the perspective of contemporary medical, psycho-social, and socio-cultural approaches. Abnormal disorders are described, and their major causes and treatment are reviewed.

1164             1:00-4:10  Sat                             M Bolen                 HH101

1165             11:10-12:35        MW                   B Daniel                 HH101

Evening Classes

3531             6:50-10:00         Th                     B Daniel               HH101

PSYCHOLOGY 18

PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN’S AND MEN’S CHANGING ROLES

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Studies psychological implications of sex roles. Covers information and research on biologically and culturally determined characteristics of women and men and how these affect personality, their relationship to work, career choices, communication, motivation, physical attraction, and love. Special adjustment problems of women and men in our society will be emphasized.  

1163             11:10-12:35        MW                   C Canales             HH103

PSYCHOLOGY 27

ONLINE AND SOFTWARE RESOURCES FOR HUMAN SERVICES

1 UNIT

This course provides Human Services majors with a basic introduction to pertinent computer resources currently being utilized by human services professionals. Hands-on training will allow students to become familiar with software and online resources commonly being used.

1179             8:00-10:00         F                       A Sweetman          HH207

(8 Week Class - Starts 02/12/2004, Ends 03/25/2004)

1181             8:00-5:00          Sat                      A Sweetman         HH207

(2 Week Class - Meets on 04/09/2005 and 04/23/2005)

1180             16:00-Hrs          TBA                    A Sweetman         ON-LINE

1st class meets on campus, Saturday, Feb. 12 from 9:00-10:00am  DH303

(4 Week Class - Starts 02/12/2005, Ends 03/12//2005)

PSYCHOLOGY 38

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY

2 UNITS

Corequisite: Administration Of Justice 314 (must be taken along with Section #3027 in this schedule.)

This fascinating area of forensics will primarily concentrate on the psychologicalaspect of the accused, the victim of the legal system. Special areas of interestinclude criminal profiling, lie detection, interrogations, jury selection, insanity, battered woman syndrome and rape trauma syndrome.

3545             3:30-5:30          T                         C Canales             HH104

PSYCHOLOGY 41

LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 1.

This course familiarizes the student with physical, cognitive and social growth and change affecting individuals during their many life stages. Periods examined include prenatal, neonatal, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age.

1175             9:00-12:15         Sat                      M Craig                 HH101

1166             9:35-11:00         MW                     J Blum                  HH104

Evening Classes

3533             6:50-10:00         M                        B Daniel              HH102

3537             6:50-10:00         T                         W Lauritzen          HH103

3547             6:50-10:00         Th                       W Lauritzen          HH104

PSYCHOLOGY 43

PRINCIPLES OF GROUP DYNAMICS I

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or concurrent enrollment in Learning Skills 1 and/or 7.

(Graded on a credit/no-credit basis.) Introduction to the dynamics of group interactions with an emphasis upon the individual’s first-hand experience as the group studies itself.

1168             8:00-9:25          TTh                      E Geismar             HH10 

1167             9:35-11:10         MW                      C Canales             HH10 

1169             11:10-12:35        MW                     J Blum                   HH10 

1170             11:10-12:35       TTh                     M Lazare                HH10 

1171             12:45-3:55         M                        K Fiazi                   HH10 

Evening Classes

3535             5:45-8:55          M                         M Lazare               HH10 

3536             6:50-10:00        W                         L Vartanian           HH10

PSYCHOLOGY 44

PRINCIPLES OF GROUP DYNAMICS II

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 43.

This course covers the role of group processes in changing behavior, as well as the principle modes of counseling and therapy.

Evening Classes

3534             6:50-10:00         Th                       K Fiazi                 HH103

PSYCHOLOGY 45

ISSUES IN HUMAN SERVICE CAREERS

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 44, and Psychology 82.

The course covers specialized areas of psychology such as crisis intervention, psychopharmacology, counseling ethics, and interviewing. Included are techniques for agency survival such as job interviewing, report writing and resource referral.

1172             9:35-11:00         MW                      B Daniel                HH103

PSYCHOLOGY 52

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN SEXUALITY

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

This course explores the Psychological aspects of human sexuality. It emphasizes the effect of sexual development and function on self concept and sexual identity. Topics included are: history of sexuality; myths and fallacies; physiology of sex­uality; sexually transmitted  diseases; paraphilias and sexual orientation.

1173             9:35-11:00         MW                      A Sweetman          HH206

PSYCHOLOGY 60

STRESS MANAGEMENT

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

This course examines methods of identifying and managing environmental, organizational, social and internal stress in an effort to promote more effective coping on the part of the individual in occupational, interpersonal and everyday life situations.                   

1177             12:45-3:55         M                         R Sechooler            HH7  

PSYCHOLOGY 63

ALCOHOL/DRUG STUDIES: PREVENTION AND EDUCATION

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

This course introduces students to prevention and education of alcohol, drug problems and HIV/AIDS among various populations. 

Evening Classes

3538             6:50-10:00         Th                        Fujiwaki                HH102

PSYCHOLOGY 64

INTRODUCTION TO ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

This course is an introduction to the: physiology and psychopharmacology of drugs and alcohol, theories of addiction, historical overview of treatment, drug classification, social policy and drug abuse, and the issues of relapse, rehabilitation and recovery.

1174             9:00-12:10         Sat                       G White                  HH106

Evening Classes

3539             6:50-10:00         W                         P Prince                 HH102

PSYCHOLOGY 65

CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY: INTERVENTION/TREATMENT/RECOVERY

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

This course introduces the student to the processes of treatment and recovery of alcohol and drug abuse among various populations.  

Evening Classes

3540     lec    6:50-10:00         M                         S Trocki Miller        HH104

 

PSYCHOLOGY 67

COUNSELING TECHNIQUES FOR THE CHEMICALLY ADDICTED

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

This course will focus on the environment of chemical dependency counseling and the issues of the paraprogessional in alcohol and drug abuse treatment facilities.  Case management in a multi-discipline team will be emphasized.  All aspects of modern treatment techniques will be covered in class.

Evening Classes

3541     lec    6:50-10:00         T                         D Daniel                 HH102

PSYCHOLOGY 81

FIELD WORK I

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Co-requisite: Psychology 1 and Psychology 43.

This course is designed to orient the student to the field of Human Services. The primary emphasis is on observations of the application of interpersonal relationship skills in community settings.

This class is intended for students new to Human Services Field Work. Basic counseling, and communication skills will be taught. This class open to ALL Field Work Students.

8505     lec    9:35-11:00         M                         R Sechooler              HH101

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                     R Sechooler              FIELD  

8506     lec    11:10-12:35        T                         R Sechooler              HH104

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      R Sechooler               FIELD  

Evening Classes

5146     lec    5:00-6:35           Th                       B Daniel                  HH101

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                    B Daniel                  FIELD  

5147     lec    3:35-5:00           M                         M Lazare                  HH102

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                    M Lazare                  FIELD  

PSYCHOLOGY 82

FIELD WORK II

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 81.

This course is a continuation of Field Work I. There is more student participation, under supervision, at facilities that offer Human Services. This class is intended for more Advanced Students of Human Services Field Work.   8507                  

8508     lec     9:35-11:00         M                        R Sechooler              HH101

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      R Sechooler               FIELD

8507     lec    9:35-11:00         T                          B Daniel                     HH102

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      B Daniel                    FIELD  

Evening Classes

5148     lec    3:35-5:00           M                         M Lazare                  HH102

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                    M Lazare                  FIELD  

5149     lec    5:00-6:35           Th                       B Daniel                  HH101

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                    B Daniel                  FIELD  

PSYCHOLOGY 83

FIELD WORK III

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 82.

This course is an advanced course designed to give the student more specialized participation in Human Services, and work in community agencies. This class is intended for Advanced Students of Human Services.

8510     lec    9:35-11:00         M                         R Sechooler               HH101

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      R Sechooler               FIELD  

8509     lec    9:35-11:00         T                          B Daniel                     HH102

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      B Daniel                    FIELD  

Evening Classes

5150     lec    3:35-5:00           M                         M Lazare                  HH102

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                     M Lazare                  FIELD  

5151     lec    5:00-6:35           Th                       B Daniel                  HH101

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                    B Daniel                  FIELD

PSYCHOLOGY 84

FIELD WORK I (DRUG & ALCOHOL)

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Co-rerequisite: Psychology 1 and Psychology 43.

Lecture 1 hour; Field Work, 6 hours per week.

This laboratory class is designed to give the student community experience in the field of drug/alcohol counseling, treatment, prevention and/or education.

8511     lec    9:35-11:00         M                         R Sechooler               HH101

&          lab    5:20-Hrs           TBA                      R Sechooler               FIELD  

8512     lec    11:10-12:35       T                          R Sechooler               HH104

&          lab    5:20-Hrs           TBA                      R Sechooler               FIELD  

Evening Classes

5153     lec    3:35-5:00           M                         M Lazare                  HH102

&         lab    5:20-Hrs           TBA                     M Lazare                  FIELD    

5152     lec    5:00-6:35          Th                        B Daniel                   HH101

&         lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                     B Daniel                   FIELD  

PSYCHOLOGY 85

FIELD WORK II (DRUG & ALCOHOL)

(UC:CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 84

Lecture 1 hour; Field Work, 6 hours per week.

This class is designed to orient the student to the field of Human Services, Drug/Alcohol Studies.  The primary emphasis is on the observations of the application of interpersonal relationship skills in drug/alcohol treatment and community settings.  This class is intended for students new to Human Services field work.  Basic counseling and communication skills will be taught. 

8514     lec    9:35-11:00         M                         R Sechooler               HH101

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      R Sechooler               FIELD  

8513     lec    9:35-11:00         T                          B Daniel                     HH102

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      B Daniel                    FIELD  

Evening Classes

5154     lec    3:35-5:00           M                         M Lazare                 HH102

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                     M Lazare                 FIELD  

5155     lec    5:00-6:35           Th                        B Daniel                  HH101

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                     B Daniel                  FIELD  

PSYCHOLOGY 86

FIELD WORK III (DRUG & ALCOHOL)

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 85

Lecture, 1 hour, Field Work, 6 hours per week.

This course is designed to orient the student to the field of Human Services, Drug/Alcohol Studies.  The primary emphasis is on the observations of the application of interpersonal relationship skills in drug/alcohol treatment and community settings.  This class is intended for students new to Human Services field work.  Basic counseling and communication skills will be taught.

8515     lec    9:35-11:00         T                          B Daniel                     HH102

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      B Daniel                    FIELD  

8516     lec    11:10-12:35        T                         R Sechooler               HH104

&          lab    5:20-Hrs            TBA                      R Sechooler               FIELD  

Evening Classes

5156     lec    3:35-5:00           M                         M Lazare                  HH102

&          lab   5:20-Hrs           TBA                     M Lazare                   FIELD  

5157     lec    5:00-6:35           Th                       B Daniel                   HH101

&          lab   5:20-Hrs            TBA                    B Daniel                   FIELD    

PSYCHOLOGY 185

DIRECTED STUDY - PSYCHOLOGY

(CSU) - 1 UNIT

Prerequisite: Psychology 1 plus one additional course in Psychology and signature of instructor.

8517              1:00-Hrs           TBA                      J Blum                      HH100

PSYCHOLOGY 285

DIRECTED STUDY - PSYCHOLOGY

(CSU) - 2 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 1 plus one additional course in Psychology and signature of instructor.

8518              2:00-Hrs           TBA                      J Blum                      HH100

PSYCHOLOGY 385

DIRECTED STUDY - PSYCHOLOGY

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Psychology 1 plus one additional course in Psychology and signature of instructor.

8519              3:00-Hrs           TBA                      J Blum                      HH100

 

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Joe Dojcsak, Chair                            FH28  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2836

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/journalism.htm

PUBLIC RELATIONS 1

Principles of Public Relations

3 UNITS – (CSU)

Advisory: English 28/31 or equivalent.

This course offers the student an understanding of the broad aspects of relationships with the public, as they apply to business, education, public agencies, and other organizations. It includes methods of either promoting favorable relations with various segments of the public or coping with situations involving poor public relations.

Evening Classes

3512         6:50-10:00             T                          J Nairn                 CHEM207

 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

Ed Vasquez, Chair                              RT  •  (323) 954-4000 ext. 2942

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/rad%20tech.htm

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 100

INTRODUCTION TO RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

(A) - 1 UNIT

(Open to all students.) An introduction course for students interested in a career in Radiologic Technology. The role of the Radiographer and career advancement are emphasized. Students interested in taking advanced classes in Radiologic Technology must successfully complete RT 100 and RT 101. Clinical education centers will be visited.

1192             10:00-11:05        T                          J Finney                LS102

Evening Classes

3557             7:00-8:05          Th                         J Radtke               LS102

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 101

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

(A) - 1 UNIT

(Open to all students.) This course is designed to familiarize the student with medical terminology used in the field of Radiologic Technology. Students interested in taking advanced classes in Radiologic Technology must successfully complete RT 100 and RT 101.

1193             8:00-9:05          T                           J Finney                LS102

Evening Classes

3558             5:00-6:05          Th                         J Radtke               LS102

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 102

IMAGING RECORDING AND FILM PROCESSING

(A) - 3 UNITS

Advisory:  English 28 or equivalent. 

Prerequisite: Completion of Math 115 or higher. Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in RT 100 and RT 101.

Provides a student with the basic knowledge of the phenomenon of electromagnetic radiation and the production of x-radiation. The techniques of film processing are thoroughly explained. Basic Radiation protection is introduced. Laboratory experience is provided. Students interested in taking advanced classes in Radiologic Technology must successfully complete RT 102.

1194             8:00-12:10         M  F                        E Vasquez            RT1  

Evening Classes

3559             4:00-8:15          W                           J     Finney              RT1  

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 104

RADIOGRAPHIC ANATOMY & POSITIONING

(CRANIUM & VISCERAL) ORGANS

(A) - 4 UNITS

Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 103.   Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

Advanced radiographic anatomy and positioning. Laboratory experience is provided.

1195             8:00-10:35         WTh                       J Radtke               RT10 

1196             12:00-3:10         WTh                       J Finney               RT10

1191             1:00-4:10           MT                        J Finney               RT10 

&                  10:40-11:10       WTh                      J Radtke                RT10 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 106

RADIOGRAPHIC EXPOSURE

(A) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 105.   Advisory: English 28 equivalent.

Covers the formulation of X-Ray techniques and principles of Radiographic exposure. An introduction to the application of computers in diagnostic imaging and digital radiography is presented. Laboratory experience in radiographic exposure techniques is provided.

1200             8:00-12:10         T                           J Radtke                 RT5    

1197             8:00-10:10         WTh                       E Vasquez               RT5  

1198             1:00-3:10          ThF                        J Radtke                 RT5  

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 140

RADIATION PROTECTION AND BIOLOGY

(A) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 102. Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

The effects of radiation on human tissue is explored utilizing lectures and laboratory presentations. Radiation Protection principles are emphasized.

1199             9:00-12:10         F                           J Radtke                 RT5

 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 160

INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL EDUCATION

(A) - 4 UNITS

Prerequisite: Admission to Radiologic Technology Program. Graded credit/no-credit.

An orientation to the Radiology Department of the Clinical Education Affiliate.

8529             17:50-Hrs           TBA                       E Vasquez               FIELD

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 180

CLINICAL EDUCATION IN RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

(RPT 2) (A) - 12 UNITS

Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 160.

Advisory:  English 28 or equivalent.

Clinical experience in hospitals affiliated with the Radiologic Technology Program.

Evening Classes

5162     lab    4:00-7:10           Th                         E Vasquez              RT5  

&         lab   16:00-Hrs          TBA                        E Vasquez              FIELD  

&         lab   19:30-Hrs          TBA                        E Vasquez              FIELD 

 

real estate

Luther Guynes, Chair        AD304  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2541

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/busad/index.htm

 

REAL ESTATE 1

REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

This course is required for the California Real Estate examination.

A beginning course in real estate fundamentals and principles, including real estate economics, terminology and definitions, real estate law, building and construction, real estate investment, and vocational opportunities in real estate.

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE CENTER (Mid-Wilshire)

 4740            6:50-10:00p       t                             K Lanzer                   WC R4

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

1205             9:00-12:00         Sat                           Staff                     AD306

Evening Classes

3566             3:30-6:40          T                              T Duffy                 HH205

3567             6:50-10:00         M                             Staff                    AD301A

REAL ESTATE 3

REAL ESTATE PRACTICES

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

Problems of establishing and conducting a real estate business, including establishing the office, securing listings and prospects, showing properties and closing sales, ethics and professional relationship, rentals and leases, appraising, and the California Real Estate Act. Preparation of documents used in real estate transactions, property transfers, and exchanges is included.

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE CENTER (Mid-Wilshire)

  4741           9:00-12:10         S                              staff                     WC R3

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

 

Evening Classes

3568             6:50-10:00         M                              M Eisenberg        AD306

REAL ESTATE 5 (LAW 6)

LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE I

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

Legal background for those who plan to take the state examination which is required in order to obtain a license to be a real estate salesperson or broker, including principles of property ownership and management in their business aspects, with special reference to the law of California . Legal aspects as it applies to community property, , deeds, trust deeds, mortgages, leases, brokerage, mechanic’s liens, homesteads, wills, and estates.

Evening Classes

3673         3:30-6:50               W                              Staff                    AD303

REAL ESTATE 6 (LAW 7)

LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE II

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent

Covers legal aspects of real estate prob­lems. An advanced  and in depth study of agency law including dual agency, single agency seller, single agency buyer and sub agency. Also included is the study of living trusts and how to have one prepared.

Evening Classes

3569         6:50-10:00             T                                T Duffy               HH205

REAL ESTATE 7

REAL ESTATE FINANCE I

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Open to all students.

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

A study of the forms and sources of financing property, including pur­chase, construction, and permanent financing also, included is an evaluation of the procedures for obtaining government sponsored financing through FHA, DVA , and Cal-Vet.

Evening Classes

3573         6:50-10:00             Th                              N Parsakar          AD306

REAL ESTATE 11

ESCROW PRINCIPLES

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

Evening Classes

3574             3:30-6:50          W                                N Parsakar          AD306

REAL ESTATE 14

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

1206         12:15-3:15             Sat                              Staff                     AD309

Evening Classes

3570         3:30-6:50               W                               Staff                    AD301B

REAL ESTATE 21

REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS

(CSU) - 3 UNITS

Prerequisite: None. Advisory: eligibility to enroll in English 28.

Evening Classes

3571             6:50-10:00         W                                Staff                    AD306

 

RUSSIAN

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

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

RUSSIAN 99

LANGUAGE LAB

(RPT 2) - 0 UNITS

All students who are enrolled in Russian 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8 must enroll

in this lab course.  This course allows students to increase fluency in the Russian language through various audio-visual experience.

8532         lab 1:00-Hrs           TBA                             O Ivanova            DH319

RUSSIAN 1

ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN I

(UC:CSU)(CAN RUSS 2) - 5 UNITS

Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

Class assignments will require one hour per week in the Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.
1208            12:45-3:15          TTh                              Staff                    DH306

1211             9:35-10:45         MTWTh                        O Ivanova            JH202

Evening Classes

3560             6:50-9:20          TTh                              Staff                     DH308

RUSSIAN 2

ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN II

(UC:CSU)(CAN RUSS 4) - 5 UNITS

Prerequisite: Russian 1 or equivalent.

Class assignments will require one hour per week in the Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.

1212             11:10-12:20        MTWTh                        O Ivanova             HH205

RUSSIAN 3

INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN I

(UC:CSU) - 5 UNITS

Prerequisite: Russian 2 or equivalent.

1209             10:00-12:30        MW                             I Gutkin                FH219

RUSSIAN 4

ADVANCED RUSSIAN II

(UC:CSU) - 5 UNITS

Prerequisite: Russian 3. Please consult with the instructor.

1213             12:45-3:15         MW                              Gutkin                   DH304

 

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