dance

Jan McEveety, Chair          WG101  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2866

 

                DANCE 431  -  MODERN DANCE  (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2145   LAB  10:00 am -  11:00 am    M W          REISCH, M F         WG 202

                2146   LAB  10:00 am -  11:00 am    T Th         REISCH, M F         WG 202

                8481   LAB  11:10 am -  1:15 pm     W             ECKLER, P            WG 202

                2912   LAB 6:50 pm -  8:55 pm    T              CUMMINS, D J      WG 202

 

                DANCE 434  -  BALLET  (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2147   LAB  2:20 pm  -  4:25 pm     W             REISCH, M F         WG 202

                Intermediate

                8476   LAB  2:20 pm  -  4:25 pm     M             REISCH, M F         WG 202

                2906   LAB 4:30 pm -  6:35 pm    M             REISCH, M F        WG 202

 

                DANCE 437  -  JAZZ DANCE  (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2150   LAB  1:30  pm -   3:35 pm      T              SINGER, L             WG 202

                2929   LAB 4:30 pm -  6:35 pm    Th            JENSEN, K L        WG 206

                Ethnic - Middle Eastern / African

                2300   LAB  3:00 pm -                     5:05 pm     F                          STAFF      WG202

                Same as PE 228 - Hip Hop

                2151   LAB  1:30 pm -                     2:35 pm     M W                      ECKLER, P                WG206

               

                DANCE 440  -  SOCIAL DANCE  (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2903   LAB 4:30 pm -  6:35 pm    M             JENSEN, K L        WG 206

                2911   LAB 6:50 pm -  8:55 pm    Th            JENSEN, K L        WG 206

 

                DANCE 446  -  TAP  DANCE  (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2301   LAB  11:10 am -  12:15 pm    T Th         STAFF                  WG 206

                2908   LAB 4:30 pm -  6:35 pm    T              STAFF                  WG 206

 

                DANCE 452  -  INTRODUCTION TO CHOREOGRAPHY 

                (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2154   LAB  11:10 am -  1:15 pm     M             ECKLER, P            WG 202

                2931   LAB 4:30 pm -  6:35 pm    W             CUMMINS, D J      WG 202

 

                DANCE 466  -  BALLET  COMBINATIONS  (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                8477   LAB  2:20 pm  -  4:25 pm     M             REISCH, M F         WG 202

 

                DANCE 467  -  MODERN DANCE COMBINATIONS 

                (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                8482   LAB  11:10 am -  1:15 pm     W             ECKLER, P            WG 202

 

                DANCE ACTIVITIES 459  -  FLAMENCO AND SPANISH DANCING 

                (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2149   LAB  11:10 am -  1:15 pm     M             GLICKMAN, D C     WG 206

                2905   LAB 6:50 pm -  8:55 pm    T              GLICKMAN, D C   WG 206

                Intermediate

                2907   LAB 6:50 pm -  8:55 pm    W             GLICKMAN, D C   WG 206

 

                DANCE 469  - CONDITIONING FOR DANCE - PILATES

                (UC:CSU) - 1 UNIT  Rpt 3

                2152            1:00 pm -   3:05 pm      F              Staff                   WG206

 

 

DENTAL TECHNOLOGY

Arax Cohen, Chair                   FH204  •  (323) 953-4000 ext.2501

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

 

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 100  -  INTRODUCTION TO THE DENTAL LABORATORY    -  2.00  UNITS 

                Open to all college students.An introduction to the modern dental laboratory. Working with gypsum products as well as model and die production

                are stressed.

                0360   LEC  8:00 am  -  8:50 am         F          COHEN, D B          FH 202

                &        LAB  8:50 am  -  11:50 am        F          COHEN, D B          FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 101  -  ELEMENTS OF DENTAL TECHNOLOGY    -  2.00  UNITS 

                Open to all College students. Advisory: English 73 or above.

                Orientation to the field of dental laboratory technology including ethics,jurisprudence, history, and categories of employment.

                3177   LEC  7:35 pm -  9:40 pm      W           GABRIE, C C        FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 102  -  DENTAL ANATOMY AND TERMINOLOGY    -  3.00  UNITS 

                Open to all College students. Advisory: English 73 or above.

                Study of the oral cavity, including anatomy, histology, osteology, myology, form and function.

                3178   LEC  4:15 pm -  7:25 pm      W           COHEN, A S         FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 103  -  COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHETICS I    -  2.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 100. Advisory: English 73 or above.

                Beginning techniques and skills of complete denture construction and

                laboratory procedures.

                3179   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:00 pm     Th   F       GABRIE, C C         DH 202

                &        LAB  6:00 pm  -  9:35 pm     Th   F       GABRIE, C C         DH 202

                (8  Week Class  - Starts  2/6/2006,  Ends  4/6/2006 )

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 104  -  COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHETICS II    -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 103. Advisory: English 73 or above.

                The setting of teeth, processing, finishing and repairing techniques of complete

                dentures.

                3185   LEC  5:00 pm  -  7:20 pm     Th   F       GABRIE, C C         FH 202

                &        LAB  7:20 pm  -  9:40 pm     Th   F       GABRIE, C C         FH 202

                (9  Week Class  - Starts  4/10/2006,  Ends  6/5/2006 )

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 105  -  COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHETICS III    -  2.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 104.

                Construction of maxillary and mandibular dentures in balanced occlusion.

                0362   LEC  12:30 pm -  1:30 pm     T              GABRIE, C C         FH 202

                &        LAB  1:30 pm  -  4:40 pm     T              GABRIE, C C         FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 108  -  GNATHOLOGICAL CONCEPTS   

                -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 107.

                Students relate tooth morphology to organic occlusion by building the occlusal surface in wax using the positive wax technique. Exercises are also given in the carving of the mandibular teeth to anatomical scale.

                0359   LEC  11:50 am -  1:50 pm     W             NYQUIST, G          FH 202

                &        LAB  1:50 pm  -  4:05 pm     W             NYQUIST, G          FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 109  -  FIXED PROSTHETICS I    -  4.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 100. Advisory: English 73 or above.

                Introduction to the technique of making precision dental castings from wax

                patterns.

                3193   LEC  5:00 pm -  6:00 pm    MT           WEISZ, J              FH 202

                &        LAB 6:00 pm -  9:10 pm    MT           WEISZ, J              FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 111  -  FIXED PROSTHETICS III - 5.00 UNITS   

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 110.

                Advisory: English 73 or above.

                The techniques of fabricating fixed bridges of various designs and metal ceramic sub-structures.           

                0119   LEC  12:30 pm -  1:30 pm     Th            COHEN, A S          FH 202

                &        LEC  12:30 pm -  1:30 pm     F              COHEN, A S          FH 202

                &        LAB  1:30 am - 4:40 pm        ThF          COHEN, A S          FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 112  -  REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURE PROSTHETICS I   -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 103.

                An introduction to the study of removable partial denture construction, use of thedental surveyor, design of the partial, waxing and casting techniques.

                0366   LEC  12:30 pm -  2:35 pm     M             GABRIE, C C         FH 202

                &        LAB  2:35 pm  -  4:40 pm     M             GABRIE, C C         FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 201  -  SPECIALIZATION LABORATORY I   

                -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 111.Techniques for fabrication of various dental prosthesis, in the student’s chosen dental laboratory specialty.

                0358   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:00 am     MTWTh     COHEN, D B          FH 202

                &        LAB  9:00 am  -  11:20 am    MTW         COHEN, D B          FH 202

                &        LAB  9:00 am  -  10:00 am    Th            COHEN, D B          FH 202

                &        LAB  10:00 am -  11:20 am    Th            COHEN, D B          FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 202  -  LABORATORY INTERNSHIP   

                -  2.00  UNITS 

                Corequisite: Dental Technology 201.

                Opportunity to observe and work with a skilled technician in a dental office, clinic,or laboratory a minimum of 6 hours per week.

                0367   LAB  11:30 am   - 5:30 pm    T             COHEN, A S          FH 202

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 300  - 

                INTRODUCTION TO ESTHETIC DENTISTRY    -  0.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                Prerequisite: Dental Technology 109  Advisory: Dental Technology 108.

                An introduction to using the right side of the brain to analyze and execute

                the waxing of both anterior and posterior teeth. Successful completion of all aspects of this course allows entry into the LACC/UCLA Esthetic

                Dental Design Program.

                8600   LEC  8:00 am  -  5:00 pm     F              COHEN, D B          FH 202

                &        LAB  8:00 am  -  5:00 pm     S              COHEN, D B          FH 202

                (1  Week Class  - Starts  4/14/2006,  Ends  4/15/2006 )

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 309  -  LIVE-PATIENT COURSE   

                -  14.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                Prerequisite: DT 304.

                Students learn to interact with patients for shade analysis and establishing tooth contour for actual dental restorations. Students then fabricate and custom contour a dental restorations for placement in the patients’ mouth.

                8610   LEC  8:00 am  -  10:05 am    MTWThF  COHEN, D B          UCLA

                &        LAB  10:05 am -  1:30 pm     MTWThF  COHEN, D B          UCLA

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 310  -  DENTAL LABORATORY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP    -  11.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: DT 304.

                This course covers basic principles needed to maintain budget, marketing, work flow, dentist/technician and technician/patient relations.

                8612   LEC  2:00 pm  -  4:20 pm     MTWThF  COHEN, D B          UCLA

 

                DENTAL TECHNOLOGY 404  -  ADVANCE PROSTHODONTICS 3   

                -  15.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                8614   LAB  8:00 am  -  9:10 am     MTWThF  COHEN, D B          UCLA

                &        LAB  9:10 am  -  4:45 pm     MTWThF  COHEN, D B          UCLA
 

 

EARTH SCIENCE

Elaine Carter, Chair                CHEM105A  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2600

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

 

 

                EARTH SCIENCE 001  -  EARTH SCIENCE  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: Eligibility English 28 or its equivalent.

                This course is a general introduction to the study of the earth’s rocks, land forms, atmosphere, and oceans.

                0372   LEC  11:10 am   -                12:35 am   M W                      O BOYLE, C L            FH 304

                0373   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    S              STAFF                  FH 304

 

 

ECONOMICS

Mattie Moon, Chair                         FH102C  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2505

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

 

                ECONOMICS 001  -  PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

                A course in microeconomics introducing the principles and methods of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of economic policy.

                May be taken as part of Fast Track Transfer  - See “Blue Pages”

                4908   LEC  5:45 pm  -  8:00 pm      T             HOLZNER, J E       AD 301B

                &        LEC  8:00 am  -  12:00 pm   S              HOLZNER, J E       AD 301B

                (8  Week Class  - Starts  4/04/2006,  Ends  6/03/2006 )

                0375   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          AUZA, E A             JH 115

                0376   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         HOLZNER, J E       JH 109

                0377   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          AUZA, E A             JH 115

                0378   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     M W          HOLZNER, J E       JH 106

                3182   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    W             HOLZNER, J E      JH 115

                3183   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             AUZA, E A            JH 113

                3184   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            HOLZNER, J E      JH 113

               

                ECONOMICS 002  -  PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

                A course in macroeconomics emphasizing aggregative economic analysis, including money and banking, national income determination, business fluctuations, and other topics relevant to macroeconomic analysis.

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                0379   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          AUZA, E A             JH 115

                0380   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th        HOLZNER, J E       JH 202

                3186   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T             AUZA, E A            JH 115

 

               

education

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

 

 

                EDUCATION 101  -  LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS LABORATORY  (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS 

                Co-requisite: Personal Development 101.

                Advisory: Eligibility for English 28.NOTE: Students who enroll in this class must also enroll in the Co-requisite PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 101 class: section #1061/Day or section #3479/Evening.)

                Learning Strategies for College Success is a comprehensive student success course designed to help students master effective academic strategies to develop the ability to monitor, evaluate, and adjust their approach to the learning process, and to promote an understanding of human diversity in order to enhance their over all success at LACC.  The course creates opportunities for students to become self-managed, effective communicators and a successful part of the campus community.

                0385   LAB  1:00 pm  -  3:15 pm     M             STAFF                  JH 104

                3181   LAB 4:00 pm -  6:15 pm    T             KINNEY, D            JH 104

 

               

electronics

Roger Wolf, Chair                           JH312  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2810

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

 

                ELECTRONICS 002  -  INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS  

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                An exploratory course for students interested in electronics and computer technology, covering topics of: careers in electronics and computer technology, circuits, assembly, soldering, testing and trouble shooting techniques. students will build a usable electronic product.

                0390   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     T              PRICHARD, M L     FH 19

                &        LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     Th            PRICHARD, M L     FH 19

                3188   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             PRICHARD, M L   FH 5

 

                ELECTRONICS 004  -  FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS I  

                (CSU)  -  4.00  UNITS  

                Corequisite: Electronics 10.  Advisory: English 73 or equivalent.

                This course presents the concepts of Direct Current circuits, including basics of electricity, series and parallel circuits, meters, batteries, resistors, and magnetism. The laboratory emphasizes skills in the analysis of circuits and the use of test equipment.

                3189   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              PRICHARD           FH 7

                &        LAB 6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            PRICHARD           FH 7

 

                ELECTRONICS 008  -  ELECTRONIC DEVICES    -  4.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Electronics 4.

                Presents the nature and operation of solid state devices including diodes, transistors, and field effect devices. Includes simple circuit applications.

                0396   LEC  11:10 am   -                12:35 am  TTh                      HOLMES, G               FH 7

                &        LAB  12:45 am -   2:10 am    TTh          HOLMES, G           FH 7

 

                ELECTRONICS 010  -  MATHEMATICS OF ELECTRONICS I   

                -  3.00  UNITS 

                Introduces methods and techniques for the solution of baisc DC circuit problems. Includes the study of algebraic operations, simple linear equations, algebraic fractions, ratio and percent, graphing, and use of the electronic calculator.

                3190   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             PRICHARD           FH 7

 

                ELECTRONICS 151  -  ELECTRONICS I  (CSU) - 5 UNITS   

                Co-requisite: Electronics 152.

                This course provides the theory and practical hands-on skills required to work with and design fundamental electronic circuits. Topics include Ohm’s Law and power formulas, series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits, direct and alternating current circuit analysis, magnetism, and inductance and capacitance. The laboratory provides hands-on training in the design and operation of basic circuits and the use of test equipment.

                0391   LEC  8:00 am -   9:00 am      MWF         STAFF                  FH5

                &        LAB  9:00 am -   11:00 am    MWF         STAFF                  FH5

 

                ELECTRONICS 152  -  ELECTRONICS II  (CSU) - 4 UNITS   

                Co-requisite: Electronics 151 with a satisfactory grade or better.

                This course provides the essential mathematics necessary to support the theory and laboratory practices of Electronics 151. Extensive use of the calculator is emphasized as a tool for quick and accurate computations involved in circuit analysis. Topics include Ohm’s Law, circuit formulas, and powers, roots, trigonometric functions, and logarithms as they are applied to electronic circuit problems.

                0392   LEC  8:00 am -   10:00         TTh          PRICHARD            FH5

 

 

ENGINEERING

Sonia Juan, Chair                            FH209C  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2924

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

 

ATTENTION: ENGINEERING MAJORS

Please see a member of the Physics Department for advisement. Contact: Dean Arvidson – FH209C, ext. 2920 or Dean Arvidson, FH209E, ext. 2921

 

 

                ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL 220  -  ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS I  (UC:CSU)  -  4.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Physics 3.  Co-requisite: Mathematics 275.

                Lecture: 3 hours; Laboratory: 3 hours.Introduction to circuit analysis; resistive networks. Natural and forced responses; exponential excitation; periodic excitation functions; steady state AC circuits, frequency response.

                3187   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T             BHAKTA, J           FH 206

                &        LAB 6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            BHAKTA, J           FH 206

 

                ENGINEERING, GENERAL 101  -  INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY  (UC:CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS 

                This elementary course acquaints the beginning student with the broad aspects of the science, engineering and technology.

                0404   LEC  11:10 am -  1:15 pm      W             STAFF                  FH 229

 

                ENGINEERING, GENERAL 151  -  MATERIALS OF ENGINEERING  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Chemistry 101.

                Atomic aggregations, bonding mechanisms, crystal structure and imperfections, alloys, organic, ceramic, multiphase materials will be studied to show the relationship betweenstructures and properties.

                3191   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             BHAKTA, J           FH 225

 

                ENGINEERING, GENERAL 212  -  CADD FOR ENGINEERS II 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                An introductory course in computer aided design using Solid Works.  Emphasis is on solving engineering problems.

                0405   LEC  9:00 am  -  10:00 am    S              PARVIN, M            JH 310

                &        LAB  10:00 am -  3:30 pm     S              PARVIN, M            JH 310

 

 

ENGLISH

Alexandra Maeck, Chair       JH300A   (323) 953-4000 ext.2700

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

                The following short-term classes are designed to help you complete the English series of classes faster.
Complete the first class February 6 - April 8 and the second April 10 - June 5. See the class listing for more details.

Feb 6 - Apr 8             Apr 10 - Jun 5         Days Time Room
Eng 21: Sect 0449     Eng 28: Sect 0498     TTh 1:00-4:10 pm JH 305
Eng 28: Sect 0422     Eng 101: Sect 0451     TTh 9:35-12:45 pm FH 211
Eng 28: Sect 0486     Eng 101: Sect 3229     MW 1:00-4:10 pm JH 101
Eng 28: Sect 3215     Eng 101: Sect 3239     WF 6:30-9:40 om JH 307
Eng 101: Sect 1501     Eng 103: Sect 0448     TTh 1:00-4:10 pm JH 109
Eng 101: Sect 3803     Eng 102: Sect 3220     TTh 6:50-10:00 pm JH 109
Eng 101: Sect 3803     Eng 103: Sect 3258     TTh 6:50-10:00 pm JH109 / HH 203

 

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                ENGLISH 020  -  COLLEGE READING SKILLS  (NDA)  -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score. (Credit/No Credit) Helps students improve reading comprehension, writing skills, and critical thinking needed for further college work.

                0418   LEC  7:30 am  -  9:20 am     M W F       BARNES               FH 121

                0414   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          KINCAID, N M        FH 211

                0415   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          TAMAYO, F           JH 101

                0416   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         LAPP, R E             JH 107

                0413   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              MARTINEZ, S P     JH 305

                0410   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         MULLER, D N        JH 205

                3197   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M W         GOULD, R L         JH 203

                3243   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         STAFF                  JH 204

 

                ENGLISH 021  -  ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS  (NDA)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or successful completion of English 20 or equivalent. Co-requisite: Students in English 21 must also enroll in English 67.

                Beginning college reading and writing. (Also recommended: English 68)

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                4704   LEC  6:00 pm -  9:10 pm    T              STAFF            WIL CTR 1

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                FINISH FASTER SERIES (SEE PAGE 65)

                FINISH EARLY: This class meets the 1st half of the semester-----------------

                (9  Week Class  - Starts  2/6/2006,  Ends  4/8/2006 )

                0449   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         DANCOFF, J         JH 305

                Students who pass this section may continue to English 28, Section 0498 in the second half of the semester - same time, same room.

                0439   LEC  6:25 am -                     7:50 am     MW                       STAFF      JH 309

                0440   LEC  7:00 am  -  8:25 am     M W          MACK, S J            JH 305

                0443   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:15 am     M W          KWON, R              JH 105

                0441   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          KENDALL, E W       JH 204

Special tutorial assistance available in section 0441.

                0411   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         STAFF                  JH 203

Special tutorial assistance available in section 0411.

                0406   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          NISHIMURA, J M    JH 107

                0419   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         ISBELL, L              HH 106

                0438   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         STAFF                  JH 104

Special tutorial assistance available in section 0438.

                0447   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              ELIZONDO, S A      JH 305

                0444   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    S              SMITH, L T            HH 106

                0409   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          MIKLOS, M J         JH 107

                0442   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          KWON, R              JH 101

                0412   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         COLOMBO, G J     HH 106

                0417   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     T Th         LAPP, R E             JH 204

                3211   LEC  5:00 pm -  6:25 pm    T Th         STAFF                  JH 309

                3213   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              ELIZONDO, S A    JH 107

                3236   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             MURRAY, G A      JH 204

                3643   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             MARTINEZ, S P    JH 207

                3644   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            STAFF                  JH 107

                3657   LEC  5:00 pm -  6:25 pm    M W         MARTINEZ, S P    JH 205

 

                ENGLISH 028  -  INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPOSITION   

                -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite:  English 21, 73,  ESL 6A or equivalent score. Organization and development of college essays based on college-levelreadings.

                (Also recommended: English 67 and 68).

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

                ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4705   LEC  6:00 pm  -  9:10 pm     W             STAFF             WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

 

                FINISH FASTER SERIES (SEE PAGE 65)

                FINISH EARLY: This class meets the 1st half of the semester-----------------

                (9  Week Class  - Starts  2/6/2006,  Ends  4/8/2006 )

                0422   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 am    T Th         ZIMBLER, J           FH 211

                This class meets the first half of the semester. Students who pass this section may continue to English 101, Section 0451 in the second half of the semester - same time, same room. (See page 65)

Special tutorial assistance available in section 0422.

               

                0486   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     M W          STAFF                  JH 101

                This class meets the first half of the semester. Students who pass this section may continue to English 101, Section 3229 in the second half of the semester - same time, same room. (See page 65)

 

                3215   LEC  6:30 pm  -  9:40 pm     W F      YOUNG-SINGLETON  JH 307

                This class meets the first half of the semester. Students who pass this section may continue to English 101, Section 3239 in the second half of the semester - same time, same room. (See page 65)

 

                START LATE: This class meets the 2nd half of the semester---------------

                (9  Week Classes  - Starts  4/10/2006,  Ends  6/5/2006 )

                0498   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         NISHIMURA, J M    JH 305

 

                0477   LEC  6:25 am  -  7:50 am     T Th         STAFF                  JH 309

                0421   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          STAFF                  JH 107

                0423   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         MEDICI, J              JH 207

                0424   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          HANCOCK, L W     JH 305

                0425   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         STAFF                  JH 109

                0427   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         EISENSTEIN, S A   JH 309

                0428   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              STAFF                  JH 309

                0429   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    S              STAFF                  JH 204

                0420   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    S              JONAS, V              JH 105

                0430   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          EISENSTEIN, S      JH 305

                0433   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          HANCOCK, L W     TBA

                0426   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         LONGO, J P          JH 203

                0431   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         CHARNESS, J S    FH 308

                0432   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     W             CHARNESS, J S    JH 204

                0557   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     T Th         STAFF                  JH 207

                1332   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     S              JONAS, V P           JH 204

                3208   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              DES VIGNES, M    JH 203

                3198   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    W             EMMONS, R L       JH 305

Special tutorial assistance available in section 3198.

                3204   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            CARAM, E L         JH 109

                3199   LEC  5:00 pm -  6:25 pm    T Th         IRELAND, S P       JH 204

                3200   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             BECKETT, A         JH 207

                3203   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              JEWETT, K           JH 203

                3201   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             STAFF                  FH 211

                3206   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             DANCOFF, J         JH 109

                3202   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            EMMONS, R L       JH 207

Special tutorial assistance available in section 3202.

                3207   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            STAFF                  JH 309

 

                ENGLISH 031  -  COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL READING   

                -  5.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 21 or 73, placement into this level via placement exam, or equivalent.

                Intensive course for serious students interested in improving colllege reading and writing skills.

                0558   LEC  1:00 pm  -  3:30 pm     M W    ROBINSON NEARY, K  FH 211

 

                ENGLISH 067  -  WRITING LABORATORY  (NDA)  -  0.50  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Individual help in improving college writing; organization, clarity, and mechanics. Enroll through 12th week of semester by Add Card.

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

                ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4706   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      STAFF             WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0434   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      LEVIN, R B                JH 302

                0435   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      LEVIN, R B                JH 302

                0481   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      LYNCH, J J               JH 302

                0482   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA      PATTHEY CHAVEZ, G                JH 302

                0483   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      MEDICI, J A               JH 302

                0484   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      MANOS, H C             JH 302

                0489   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      ZIMBLER, J L            JH 302

                0490   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      PAVENICK, A L          JH 302

                0491   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      MEDICI, J A               JH 302

                0492   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      ROBINSON, T R        JH 302

                0493   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      STAFF      JH 302

                0494   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      STAFF      JH 302

                0495   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      KWON, R JH 302

                0496   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      BRYER, E                 JH 302

 

                ENGLISH 068  -  READING LABORATORY  (NDA)  -  0.50  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Individual help in improving college reading comprehension. Emphasis on vocabulary, sentence meaning, paragraph meaning, and finding main ideas. Enroll through 12th week of semester by Add Card.

                0436   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      LEVIN, R B                JH 302

                0437   LAB  - 1:00 hrs                                     TBA                      LEVIN, R B                JH 302

 

                ENGLISH 069  -  WRITING AND REVISING ON THE COMPUTER 

                (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Enroll in JH 302 through the 12th week of the semester by ADD CARD. Students use computers to improve their writing skills including organizing, spelling, punctuation, and mechanics.

                1355   LAB  9:35 am  -  10:40 am    T Th        MEDICI, J A           TBA

 

                ENGLISH 094  -  INTENSIVE GRAMMAR REVIEW  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: Eligibility for English 21.

                An intensive review of grammar and sentence structure.

                0445   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         MANOS, H             JH 307

                0446   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          TCHEN, B W          JH 205

                3214   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            CHARNESS, J S    FH 101

 

              

           ENGLISH 99U – WRITING MEMOIR – 3.00 UNITS

                  This course focuses on writing personal memoir.  Students will read full-length memoirs and compose   
                       their own, and in the process, discover new meanings from their pasts which give perspective to the
                       present.

               3223  LEC  7:00 pm -  10:10 pm   Th           RYAN, J      JH 203

                  

               

        university transfer courses: composition & literature

 

                ENGLISH 101  -  COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION I 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 28 /31 or appropriate placement score.

                Advisory: English 67 or 68.

                Development of ability to grasp content of college level materials and write well-developed, logical expository essays.

MAY BE TAKEN BY HONORS PROGRAM STUDENTS. sEE BLUE PAGES.

 

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

                ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4710   LEC  6:00 pm  -  9:10 pm     Th            STAFF             WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

               

                ONLINE-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                These classes meet online. Students must have internet access and a valid email address. Students must attend a mandatory on-campus orientation

                0142   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              STAFF                  JH 302

                Orientation 2/10/2006  @ 9:35 am        For Info: maeckat@lacitycollege.edu

                0143   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     F              ROBINSON, T R    JH 303

                Orientation 2/10/2006  @ 1:00 pm             For Info: robinlacc@sbcglobal.net

                0468   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     S              O CONNELL, E D   JH 303

                Orientation 2/11/2006  @  4:00 pm           For Info: robinlacc@sbcglobal.net

 

                FINISH FASTER SERIES (SEE PAGE 65)

                FINISH EARLY: This class meets the 1st half of the semester----------------    (9  Week Class  - Starts  2/6/2006,  Ends  4/8/2006 )

                1501   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         MENTON, K T       JH 109

                Students who pass this section may continue to English 103, Section 0448 in the second half of the semester - same time, same room.

                3803   LEC  6:50 pm  -  10:00 pm    T Th         LYNCH, J J           JH 109

                Students who pass this section may continue to English 102, Section 3220

                -or- English 103, Section 3258 in the second half of the semester - same time.

 

                START LATE: These classes meet the 2nd half of the semester-----------

                (9  Week Classes  - Starts  4/10/2006,  Ends  6/5/2006 )

                0451   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         ZIMBLER, J           FH 211

Special tutorial assistance available in section 0451.

                3229   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     M W     PATTHEY CHAVEZ, G JH 101

                3239   LEC  6:30 pm  -  9:40 pm      W F     YOUNG SINGKETON   JH 307

 

                SHORT-TERM---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                May be taken as part of Fast Track Transfer  - See “Blue Pages”

                4902   LEC  5:45 pm  -  8:00 pm     T              STAFF                  FH 213

                &        LEC  8:00 am  -  12:05 pm    S              STAFF                  FH 213

                (7  Week Class  - Starts  4/4/2006,  Ends  6/3/2006 )

                         

                0456   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         KINCAID, N M        JH 307

A service learning component is required for section 0456.

For more information, call (323) 953-4000 ext. 2710

 

                0140   LEC  6:25 am  -  7:50 am     T Th         STAFF                  JH 309

                0453   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          SALDANA, T          JH 309

                0455   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          HERNANDEZ, L A  JH 207

                0454   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         ISBELL, L              JH 107

                0457   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          SALDANA, T          JH 309

                0501   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          SOTIRIOU, P         JH 204

                0480   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         TAMAYO, F           JH 203

                0487   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         MIKLOS, M J         FH 221

                0458   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              BECKETT, A          JH 203

                0452   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    S              STAFF                  JH 307

                0459   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    S              O CONNELL, E D   JH 303

                0141   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          NISHIMURA, J M    JH 109

                0460   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          ROBINSON, T R    JH 307

Special tutorial assistance available in section 0460.

                0465   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         MULLER, D N        JH 107

                0464   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         MIKLOS, M J         JH 106

                0461   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     M W          LAPP, R E             JH 205

                0407   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     T Th         CHARNESS, J       JH 101

                0463   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     T Th         LIPMAN, D N         JH 309

                0499   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     F              GIARELLI, J A        JH 307

                0500   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     S              STAFF                  JH 105

                3227   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              CASE, D A            JH309

                3222   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            EMMONS, R L       JH 203

                3226   LEC  5:00 pm -  6:25 pm    M W    PATTHEY CHAVEZ     JH 203

                3221   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              STAFF                  FH 213

                3224   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              SCHWARTZ, B     JH 207

                3218   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             CAVE, T               JH 309

                3228   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             MURRAY, G A      JH 105

                3225   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            OGLESBY, M P     JH 203

                         

                ENGLISH 102  -  COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION II 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 101 or equivalent.

                Continuing development of reading and writing skills through study of selected short fiction, novels, plays, and poetry.

MAY BE TAKEN BY HONORS PROGRAM STUDENTS. sEE BLUE PAGES.

 

                ONLINE-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                These classes meet online. A few campus meetings will be held. Dates to be announced. Students must have internet access and a valid email address. Students must attend a mandatory on-campus orientation

                0145   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    F              ROBINSON, T R    JH 303

                Orientation 2/10/2006  @ 9:00 am           For Info:  robinlacc@sbcglobal.net

                0146   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     S              STAFF                  JH 303

                Orientation 2/11/2006  @ 1:00 pm       For Info:  maeckat@lacitycollege.edu

 

                FINISH FASTER SERIES (SEE PAGE 65)

                START LATE: This class meets the 2nd half of the semester-----------

                (9  Week Class  - Starts  4/10/2006,  Ends  6/5/2006 )

                3220   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         STAFF                  JH 109

 

                May be taken as part of Fast Track Transfer  - See “Blue Pages”

                4910   LEC  5:45 pm - 8:00 pm        T              STAFF                  JH 106

                &        LEC  8:00 am - 12:00 pm       S              STAFF                  JH 106

                (7  Week Class  - Starts  4/4/2006,  Ends  6/3/2006 )

                0466   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         TAMAYO, F           JH 204

                8139   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          MULLER, D N        FH 213

                0450   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          MULLER, D N        FH 213

                0467   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         MANOS, H             JH 305

                0408   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    S              LAFERRIERE, F     JH 309

                0470   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          COLOMBO, G J     JH 207

                0469   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         EISENSTEIN, S A   JH 307

                3230   LEC  5:00 pm -  6:25 pm    M W         LIPMAN, D N        JH 204

                3231   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            STAFF                  JH 101

 

                ENGLISH 103  -  COMPOSITION AND CRITICAL THINKING 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 101 or equivalent.

                Development of logical, argumentative, and analytical thinking through examination of written and other types of cultural texts.

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

                ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4701   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    S              STAFF             Wil Ctr 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

               

                ONLINE-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                These classes meet online. A few campus meetings will be held. Dates to be announced. Students must have internet access and a valid email address. Students must attend a mandatory on-campus orientation.

                0485   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     F              STAFF                  JH 302

                Orientation 2/10/2006  @ 1:00 pm        For Info:  maeckat@lacitycollege.edu

                3242   LEC  6:00 pm -  9:10 pm    F      PATTHEY CHAVEZ, G   JH 302

                Orientation 2/10/2006  @ 6:00 pm               For Info:  ggpcprof@yahoo.com

 

                FINISH FASTER SERIES (SEE PAGE 65)

                START LATE: These classes meet the 2nd half of the semester------------

                (9  Week Classes  - Starts  4/10/2006,  Ends  6/5/2006 )

                0448   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         MENTON, K T       JH 109

                3258   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         LYNCH, J J           HH 203

 

                0502   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          STAFF                  JH 101

                0471   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         KENDALL, E W       JH 305

                0559   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         STAFF                  JH 105

                0474   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    S              CASE, D A             JH 107

                0476   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          HERNANDEZ, L A  JH 309

                0473   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         STAFF                  JH 305

                0472   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     M W          EISENSTEIN, S A   JH 305

                0503   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     T Th         STAFF                  JH 107

                0475   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     S              MANILL, L F          JH 107

                3232   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              GIARELLI, J A      JH 109

                3217   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              IRELAND, S P       JH 105

                3233   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             EMMONS, R L       JH 205

                3237   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             STAFF                  JH 204

                3234   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            BELIKIAN, L         JH 205

 

                ENGLISH 124  -  SHORT STORY WRITING I  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                This is an online course that includes discussion and criticism by class and instructor of student short stories, to develop craft of writing the short story.

                ONLINE-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                Students must have internet access and a valid email address. Students must attend a mandatory on-campus orientation.  

                1350   LEC  7:00 am  -  10:10 am    S              POTTER, C           JH 303

                Orientation 2/11/2006  @ 10:00 am      For Info: pottercw@lacitycollege.edu

 

                ENGLISH 127  -  CREATIVE WRITING  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Prerequisite: English 101 or equivalent.Informal discussion and criticism by class and instructor of student poems, plays, and stories.

                1349   LEC  10:00 am -  1:10 pm     S              TAMAYO, F           JH 205

                3235   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              EISENSTEIN, S A  JH 309

 

                ENGLISH 137  -  LIBRARY RESEARCH AND BIBLIOGRAPHY 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS 

                Emphasis on basic library research techniques. (See Learning Skills section for classschedule.) (Credit/No Credit)

                8140   LEC  - 3:10 hrs                                     TBA                      DES VIGNES, M   LIB 103A

 

                ENGLISH 204  -  WORLD LITERATURE II  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 101 or equivalent.

                Study of selected major works of Western and Far Eastern literature from the 17th century to the present.

                1335   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         COLOMBO, G J     JH 205

 

                ENGLISH 206  -  ENGLISH LITERATURE II  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 102 or equivalent.

                Study of selected English poetry, fiction, and drama from the 19th century to the present.

                0478   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          SOTIRIOU, P E      JH 204

 

                ENGLISH 216  -  SHAKESPEARE II  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 101 or equivalent.

                Reading Shakespeare to develop understanding of his poetry, theater, and dramatic art.

                0479   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              RYAN, J M            JH 204

                ENGLISH 218  -  CHILDREN’S LITERATURE   (UC:CSU) -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 101 or equivalent.

                Reading, discussion and analysis of children’s literature: fairy tales, myths, fiction, and poetry.

                0149   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         KINCAID, N M        JH 309

                ENGLISH 219  -  THE LITERATURE OF AMERICAN ETHNIC GROUPS  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequiste: English 101.

                Critical analysis of Afro, Asian, Arab and Euro American, Chicano and Latino writers.

                0152   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          MULLER, D N        TBA

                ENGLISH 239  -  WOMEN IN LITERATURE  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 101 or equivlalent.

                A survey of literature in English by women, with an emphasis on 20th century American writers.

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                These classes meet online. Students must have internet access and a valid email address. Students must attend a mandatory on-campus orientation.  

                3274   LEC  6:00 pm  -  9:10 pm      F              BORETZ, M S        JH 303

                Orientation 2/10/2006  @ 7:00 pm                 For Info:  mboretz@msn.com

 

                ENGLISH 240  -  LITERATURE AND THE MOTION PICTURE I 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 101 or equivalent.

                This course analyzes and evaluates films of artistic and cultural significance. The language structure and narrative techniques of film and literary classics will be compared by reading literature and watching films based on their literary sources.

                1351   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     S              SCHWARTZ, B R   FH 213

 

                ENGLISH 253  -  OPERA AS LITERATURE  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                This course will study significant literary works made into opera, analyzing interactions between music and drama. Operas include works by Mozart, Purcell, Verdi and Britten.

                1352   LEC  2:30 pm  -  5:40 pm     S        NISHIMURA & MAECK  JH302

                ENGLISH 255  -  LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                This course will study literary works by Latin American authors such as Neruda, Galeano, and Jorge Luis Borge with guest lectures and visists to LA Opera.

                3290   LEC  6:50 pm  -  10:00 pm    T       PATTHEY CHAVEZ, G   JH 302

                ENGLISH 285  -  DIRECTED STUDY - ENGLISH  (UC:CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite:  Approval of proposed project.

                8143   -       2:00 hrs                       TBA          MAECK, A T          JH 300

                ENGLISH 385  -  DIRECTED STUDY - ENGLISH  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite:  Approval of proposed project.

                8142   -       3:00 hrs                       TBA          MAECK, A T          JH 300

                LINGUISTICS 001  -  INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Study of what all languages have in common and what makes each language unique:sociological and psychological aspects of language; nature of

                grammar, structure and meaning.

                3385   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:25 pm     M W          STAFFORD, R X    JH 107

 

                LINGUISTICS 002  -  INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLINGUISTICS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: English 28 Students learn how societies create, maintain, and change language and society.

                3383   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:25 pm     T Th        STAFFORD, R X    JH 305

 

               

ENGLISH as

a second language (ESL)

Alexandra Maeck, Chair       JH300A   (323) 953-4000 ext.2700

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

 

SEE SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE

                       

college credit esl level 1

               

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 001A  - 

                COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE I: WRITING AND GRAMMAR  (NDA)  -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 1B. (Credit/No Credit)

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4757   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    M W          sabha, f         WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0504   LEC  7:50 am  -  11:00 am    M W          RANC, P M           JH 109

                0505   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         WUSNACK, T D     LS 110

                8303   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              FARAHMAND, A     JH101

                0153   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     M W          STAFF                  JH 105

                3244   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M W         STAFF                  JH 120

                3245   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         MC FELEA, D E    JH 120

 

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 001B  - 

                COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE II: LISTENING AND SPEAKING  (NDA)  - 6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 1A. (Credit/No Credit)

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4740   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm      M W          STARKE, D       WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0506   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          HSIA, M F              HH 107

                0507   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         STAFF                  JH 105

                8352   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              SPECTOR, A L      JH 207

                0539   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         STAFF                  HH 107

                3246   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M W     GUNDERSON, S E     HH 107

                3247   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th     KHANBABIAN, A D  JH 305

 

 

 

college credit esl level 2

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 002A  - 

                COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE II: WRITING AND GRAMMAR  (NDA)  -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 1A or appropriate placement score.Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 2B. (Credit/No Credit)

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4761   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    M W          SABHA, F         WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0508   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          LAPP, R E             HH 205

                0509   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         MARTINEZ, H A     FH 101

                0513   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              STARKE, D            JH 113

                8304   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:05 pm     S              FARAHMAND, A     JH 101

                0515   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     M W          SAPERSTON, L     HH 106

                3251   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M W         SOTO, C L            FH 213

                3249   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         MICHELSON, M    FH 310

                3250   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         FOLEY, B L          JH 105

               

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 002B  - 

                COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE II: LISTENING AND SPEAKING  (NDA)  -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 1B or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 2A. (Credit/No Credit)

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4758   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm      M W          STARKE, D       WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0510   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         HARRIS, F             JH 207

                0512   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          MARTINEZ, H A     JH 105

                8353   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              SPECTOR, A L      JH 207

                0511   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         STAFFORD, R       JH 307

                3252   LEC  6:50 pm  -  10:00 pm    M W          WARNER, D J        JH 104

                3253   LEC  6:50 pm  -  10:00 pm    M W          DALLY, P               LS 110

                3277   LEC  6:50 pm  -  10:00 pm    T Th         TCHEN, B W          DH 306

               

               

college credit esl level 3

 

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 003A  - 

                COLLEGE ESL III:WRITING AND GRAMMAR  (CSU)  -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 2A or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 3B and ESL 3C.

                (Credit/No Credit)

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4765   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    T Th        WALKER, L        WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0514   LEC  7:50 am  -  11:00 am    M W          KRADIN, I              JH 307

                0161   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          RYAN, J M            HH106

                0517   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         RYAN, J M            FH 213

                0516   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              STAFF                  JH 203

                0518   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         POURTAVASOLI, H                HH 106

                3257   LEC  3:30 pm  -  6:40 pm     M W          PATTERSON, S A  JH 303

                3255   LEC  6:50 pm  -  10:00 pm    M W          WILLIAMS, B S       JH 107

                3254   LEC  6:50 pm  -  10:00 pm    T Th        SMITH, C              FH 211

                3256   LEC  6:50 pm  -  10:00 pm    T Th        MACIAS, S E         JH 307

 

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 003B  -  COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE III:READING AND VOCABULARY 

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 2B or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 3A and ESL 3C.

                (Credit/No Credit)

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4770   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T              DALLY, P            WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0519   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th        WARE, A J            JH 109

                0521   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm        F          MARTINEZ, H A     JH 101

                0520   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     M W          PATTERSON, S A  JH 207

                3261   LEC  4:35 pm  -  6:00 pm     T Th         POURTAVASOLI, H                JH 207

                3259   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              KIM, P M              JH 101

                3260   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             STAFF                  JH 106

 

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 003C  -  COLLEGE ENGLISH AS  A SECOND LANGUAGE III:LISTENING AND SPEAKING 

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 2B or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 3A and ESL 3B.

                (Credit/No Credit).

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4702   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     Th            FARAMAND, A              WIL CTR 1

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0162   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          STAFF                  FH 211

                0548   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         WUSNACK, T D     FH 211

                0524   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         GORDON, E M       JH 205

                0523   LEC  2:35 pm  -  4:00 pm     M W          KRADIN, I              FH 213

                3264   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            SAPERSTON, L     JH 207

                3262   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             YERMAN, P C       JH 307

                3263   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            GOZALO, C          FH 213

 

college credit esl level 4

 

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 004A  - 

          COLLEGE ESL IV: WRITING/GRAMMAR:  (CSU)  -  6.00  UNITS 

                (Credit/No Credit) Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 3A or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 4B and Speech 71 (see the Speech section for more information).

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4707   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    M W          STAFF             WIL CTR 3

                4744   LEC  1:00 pm   -  4:10 pm     M W          PEREZ, D       WIL CTR 3

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0184   LEC  9:00 am  -  11:05 am    M W F       GORDON, E M       FH213

                0163   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          HARRIS, F             JH 205

                0164   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         CHOY, P K            JH 204

                0177   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              STAFF                  HH 107

                3297   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T Th         CHARNESS, J S    JH 107

                3296   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M W         KOLIBAR, E W     JH 305

                3298   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   TTh          YOON, Y               JH 104

               

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 004B  - 

                COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE IV: READING AND VOCABULARY  (NDA)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                (Credit/No Credit) Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 3B or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 4A and Speech 71 (see the Speech section for more information).

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4709   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     M             STAFF             WIL CTR 3

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0188   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          STAFF                  JH 203

                0541   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         HSIA, M F              JH 101

                0542   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     M W          GORDON, E M       JH 107

                0553   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     T Th         NIEMEYER, S L     JH 203

                3278   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             TCHEN, B W         JH 105

                3279   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            BECHET, J K        HH 106

 

college credit esl level 5

 

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 005A  - 

                COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND  LANGUAGE V: WRITING AND GRAMMAR    -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 4A or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 5B and Speech 72 (see the Speech section for more information).

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4708   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    M W          STAFF             WIL CTR 3

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0545   LEC  7:50 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         BERNARD, G R     JH 101

                0543   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          TCHEN, B W          JH 203

                0189   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              STAFF                  JH 109

                0544   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     M W          STAFF                  JH 307

                0546   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         HSIA, M F              FH 213

                3281   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M W         KIM, S                  JH 101

                3282   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         STAFF                  HH 106

               

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 005B  - 

                COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE V: READING AND VOCABULARY  (NDA)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 4B or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 5A and Speech 72 (see the Speech section for more information).

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4711   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     W             COOK, T             WIL CTR 3

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                0554   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         NIEMEYER, S L     JH 109

                0191   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     M W          HSIA, M F              JH 203

                0547   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     T Th         GORDON, E M       FH 211

                3283   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              STAFF                  TBA

                3284   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             COOK, T               JH 215

 

 

college credit esl level 6

 

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006A  -  COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND VI: WRITING AND GRAMMAR  (NDA)  -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 5A or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 6B and Speech 73 (see the Speech section for more information).

                0550   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M W          BERNARD, G R     FH 308

                0551   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T Th         SOTIRIOU, P E      HH 107

Special tutorial assistance available in section 0551.

                0196   LEC  9:35 am  -  4:00 pm     S              STAFF                  FH 211

                0549   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     M W          NIEMEYER, S L     JH 309

Special tutorial assistance available in section 0549.

                0193   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     T Th         KLOSE, J H           JH 105

                3286   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M W         GALLEGOS, J M   HH 106

                3287   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         SMITH, R A          FH 229

 

                ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 006B  -  COLLEGE ENGLISH AS A SECOND VI: READIN AND VOCABULARY  (NDA)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 5B or appropriate placement score. Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 6A and ESL6C.

                0552   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              NIEMEYER, S L     JH 307

                3289   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            STAFF                  FH225

 

 

 

environmental SCIENCE

Elaine Carter, Chair        CHEM Office Trailer  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2600

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

 

                ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 001  -  THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT: PHYSICAL PROCESSES  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: Eligibility English 28 or its equivalent.

                This course is an introduction to the principles of environmental science with an emphasis on physical aspects such as environmental cycles, resources and pollution.

                3180   LEC  3:30 pm -  4:55 pm     MW          BROWN, A D        FH 310

 

 
 

  *NOTE:  Red Text = Updated Information
 

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