personal development

Boris Lopez, Chair          AD108  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2250

http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/personal%20development.htm

 

 

                PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 020  -  POST SECONDARY EDUCATION: THE SCOPE OF CAREER PLANNING  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

                This course is designed to provide students with information regarding vocational and professional careers. It describes the scope of a post-secondary education beginning with the primary education through the community college careers to the transfer selection toward the Baccalaureate.                            

                1057   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         LOPEZ, B V           FH 123

                1058   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         PORTILLO, R D      FH 113

                1059   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W  ARMSTRONG TURNER HH 104

                1060   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     T Th         BROOKS, K S        FH 203

                3481   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              BELVIZ, M M        HH 206

 

                PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 101  -  LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS  (CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS 

                Co-requisite: Education 101. Advisory: Eligibility for English 28.

                NOTE: Students who enroll in this class must also enroll in the co-requisite EDUCATION 101, Section 1061 (day) or Section 3479 (night).

                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 overall success at LACC. The course creates opportunities for

                students to become self-managed, effective communicators and a successful part of the campus community.              

                1061   LEC  1:00 pm  -  3:15 pm     W             STAFF                  JH 104

                3479   LEC  4:00 pm -  6:05 pm    Th            STAFF                  JH 104



 

PHILOSOPHY

Michael Critelli, Chair       HH200B  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2761

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

 

                PHILOSOPHY 001  -  INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS     

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

                The following questions and their relevance to our daily lives will be discussed:  Does life have meaning?  Does God exist?  Do we possess free will?  What is truth?  What is the good life?

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                1067   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          LOPEZ, C J           HH 206

                1068   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         CRITELLI, M J       HH 206

                1069   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W    CRITELLI/TORRES      FH 101

                1070   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         TORRES, J           HH 202

                1071   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W    CRITELLI/TORRES      FH 101

                8439   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     M W          MC MAHON, A A    HH 206

                8440   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     M W          MC MAHON, A A    HH 206

                3483   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              LOPEZ, C J           HH 202

                5129   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            MC MAHON, A A  HH 206

                5130   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            MC MAHON, A A  HH 206

                3482   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             FRANTA, P K       HH 206

                5131   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             MC MAHON, A A  HH 206

                5132   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             MC MAHON, A A  HH 206

 

                PHILOSOPHY 006  -  LOGIC IN PRACTICE     (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS     

               This course in critical thinking is intended to develop understanding of logical principles and their application to everyday life in such areas as advertising, newspapers,etc.

                1073   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         TORRES, J           HH 202

                1074   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          LOPEZ, C J           HH 202

                1080   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          LOPEZ, C J           HH 202

                3484   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    M             TORRES, J           HH 202

                3487   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            LOPEZ, C J           HH 202

 

                PHILOSOPHY 008  -  DEDUCTIVE LOGIC        (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS     

                This course is designed to develop the ability to think clearly and reason correctly.Traditional formal logic and modern symbolic logic are studied.

                1076   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         CRITELLI, M J       HH 206

                3491   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            MC MAHON, A A  HH 206

 

                PHILOSOPHY 020  -  ETHICS                         (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS     

                This course offers a study of historical and contemporary ethical theories as well as a discussion of contemporary moral issues.

                1078   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         CRITELLI, M J       HH 206

                3488   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    W             MC MAHON, A A  HH 206

 

                PHILOSOPHY 030  -  ASIAN PHILOSOPHY (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                The philosophies of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism and Zen Buddhism are examined. Consideration given to the difference between Easter and Western thought.      

                1075   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         TORRES, J           HH 202

 

                PHILOSOPHY 035  -  JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY & ISLAM 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                An examination of the philosophical and theological ideas of the three great shaping religious traditions of our culture.

                1082   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          MC MAHON, A A    HH 206

 

                PHILOSOPHY 041  -  INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY & LITERATURE      (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS     

                This class will discuss and analyze major and recurrent philosophical themes as found in European and American literature. Particular emphasis will be given to the philosophical aspects of contemporary works of literature.

                1083   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     T Th        LOPEZ, C J           HH 202

 


PHOTOGRAPHY

Daniel Marlos, Chair                FH8C  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2835

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

 

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 001  -  ELEMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY  

                (CSU)  -  6.00  UNITS 

               Prerequisite: Photography 10 with satisfactory grade or better, or approval of B&W portfolio by instructor prior to enrollment. First meeting of the semester is a lecture class. Advisory: Photography 28 and English 28 or equivalent.

                DO NOT attend Lab class. This is the first class in the degree program.An intense continuation of Photo 10 with emphasis on professional view camera, studio lighting and darkroom techniques.

                (Concurrent enrollment in Photography 28 is strongly recommended.)

                1088   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    W             MARLOS, D J        FH 4

                &        LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T              MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                &        LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    Th            MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                &        LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                3495   LEC  6:00 pm  -  7:30 pm     MW          PEREZ, A             FH 4

                &        LAB 5:00 pm  -  6:00 pm    MW          PEREZ, A             FH 10

                &        LAB 7:30 pm  -  10:10 pm   MW          PEREZ, A             FH 10

                &        LAB 2:05 hrs                      TBA         PEREZ, A             FH 10

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 006  -  ADVANCED COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY   

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                Prerequisite: Photography 3 with a satisfactory grade. Concurrent enrollment in Photography 28 or 33 is recommended. Advisory: Art 409 or 604.

                Professional lighting techniques for commercial subjects is stressed, in conjunction with specialized assignments related to current commercial requirements and practices.Field trips to photographers’ studios, printing plants and prop houses are madethroughout the semester—when possible. Estimated supply cost is approximately $275.

                1099   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:15 am    Th            OKAMURA, L N     FH 4

                &        LAB  12:55 pm -  3:55 pm     Th            OKAMURA, L N     FH 10

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 007  -  EXPLORING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY   

                -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28/31 or equivalent.

                A practical course in the uses and applications of professional digital cameras.  Camera controls and elements of composition will be stressed. Professional digital cameras may be provided by the department for student use. Students may use their own cameras to supplement assignments. Owning a digital camera is not a requirement.

                1087   LEC  9:35 am  - 12:45 pm     S              STAFF                  FH 4

                3268   LEC  6:00 pm -  9:10 pm     M             STAFF                  FH 4

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 010  -  BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in Photography 28 and English 28.

                First meeting of the semester is lecture class. DO NOT attend Lab class.An

                introductory class in basic 35mm single lens reflex camera, composition and black and white printing.

                1090   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:55 am    F              AUERBACH, L A    FH 5

                &        LAB  12:55 pm -  3:55 pm     F              AUERBACH, L A    FH 10

                1089   LEC  12:55 pm -  2:55 pm     M             PEREZ, A              FH 4

                &        LAB  12:55 pm -  3:55 pm     W             PEREZ, A              FH 10

                1096   LEC  12:55 pm -  2:55 pm     T              PEREZ, A              FH 4

                &        LAB  12:55 pm -  3:55 pm     Th            PEREZ, A              FH 10

                3496   LEC  8:10 pm -  10:20 pm   W             STAFF                  FH 4

                &        LAB 5:00 pm -  8:10 pm    W             STAFF                  FH 10

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 017  -  INTRODUCTION TO COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY   

                (CSU)  -  4.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Photography 10 or 20 or equivalent wih a satisfactory grade or better. Students wil learn about color photography from it beginning to the present with new materials on the present market. Light and its characteristics are studied in order to better understand perception and the individual’s interpretation of color. Estimated cost is $100.

                3270   LEC  8:10 pm -  10:20 pm   T              NELSON, K L        FH 4

                &        LAB 5:00 pm -  8:10 pm    T              NELSON, K L        FH 10

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 020  -  BEGINNING PHOTOJOURNALISM   

                (CSU)  -  4.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in Photography 28 and English 28 with a satisfactory grade or better.  Lecture, 2hours; lab, 6 hours.

                Photography for those interested in becoming photographers for publications(magazines, wire services, newspapers and in-plant publications.) Provides instruction, practice and application with cameras (including digital cameras)shooting, procedures, darkroom processing and photojournalism

                methods.

                1092   LEC  9:35 am   -  11:55 am    T              STAFF                  FH 4

                &        LAB  9:35 am   -  12:55 Pm    Th            STAFF                  FH 10

                &        LAB  3:10 hrs                       TBA          STAFF                  FH 10

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 028  -  LABORATORY PROCESSES   

                -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Advisory: Enlgish 28 with a satisfactory grade or better.

                Register for, but DO NOT attend this class until you are advised to do so by the instructor of your primary Photography class (such as Photo 10 or Photo 1).

                8448   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    M             OKAMURA, L N     FH 10

                8449   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    W             MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                1091   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T              MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                1094   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    Th            MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                8457   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                8451   LAB  12:55 pm -  4:05 pm     M             PEREZ, A              FH 10

                8460   LAB  12:55 pm -  4:05 pm     T              PEREZ, A              FH 10

                8450   LAB  12:55 pm -  4:05 pm     W             PEREZ, A              FH 10

                8452   LAB  12:45 pm -  4:05 pm     Th            MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                8458   LAB  12:45 pm -  4:05 pm     F              MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                5207   LAB 5:00 pm -  8:10 pm    M             PEREZ, A             FH 10

                5208   LAB 5:00 pm -  8:10 pm    W             PEREZ, A             FH 10

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 033  -  ADVANCED LABORATORY PROCESSES                 

                -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Prerequisite: Photography 28 with a satisfactory grade or better.

                Advisory: English 28.

                This course will concentrate on lab instruction designed to familiarize students with safety factors and the technology of film and paper processes.

                8443   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    T              MARLOS, D J        FH 10

                8444   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    W             OKAMURA, L N     FH 10

                8445   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    Th            OKAMURA, L N     FH 10

                8446   LAB  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              AUERBACH, L A    FH 10

                8442   LAB  12:55 pm -  4:05 pm     M             OKAMURA, L N     FH 10

                8459   LAB  3:10 hrs                       TBA          OKAMURA, L N     FH 10

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 046  -  Photographic Digital Imaging/

                Introduction to Photoshop    -  3.00  UNITS 

                Art and cinema majors: please see instructor prior to enrollment.This digital imaging course incorporates the use of computers and photo digitizing

                software to alter, enhance, and create new images that can be output to film and print media.

                1095   LEC  2:00 pm -   3:00 pm      MW           OKAMURA, L N     CC 147

                &        LAB  3:10 pm  -  4:25 pm     MW           OKAMURA, L N     CC 147

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 049  -  ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHIC DIGITAL IMAGING    (CSU)  -  6.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Photography 46 with a satisfactory grade or better.

                1093   LEC  9:30 am  -  10:45 pm    MW           OKAMURA, L N     CC 147

                &        LAB  10:55 pm -  1:00 pm     MW           OKAMURA, L N     CC 147

                &        LAB  9:35 am  -  2:00 pm     F              OKAMURA, L N     CC 147

 

                PHOTOGRAPHY 050  -  SPECIALTY FIELDS    -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Prerequisite: Photography 3 with a satisfactory grade.

                An independent study course designed to create a photography portfolio. This class is designed for advanced students and gives special attention to their individual concepts and goals.

                8461   LAB  9:55 hrs                       TBA          OKAMURA, L         FH 10

                8462   LAB  9:55 hrs                       TBA          PEREZ, A              FH 10

 

 

PHYSICAL ED - WOMEN/MEN

(ACTIVITY)

Hayward Nishioka, Chair     MG104  • (323) 953-4000 ext. 2860

Jan McEveety, Chair            WG101  • (323) 953-4000 ext. 2868

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

 

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                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 102  -  SWIMMING SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2102   LAB  8:00 am  -  9:05 am     M W          CANO, T D            POOL

                2100   LAB  8:00 am  -  10:05 am    S              COULEHAN, M E   POOL

                2106   LAB  9:35 am  -  10:40 am    T Th         MC EVEETY, J S   POOL

                2105   LAB  10:00 am -  11:05 am    M W          MC EVEETY, J S   POOL

                2103   LAB  10:10 am -  12:15 pm    S              COULEHAN, M E   POOL

                2104   LAB  2:20 pm  -  4:25 pm     M             STAFF                  POOL

                2930   LAB 3:35 pm -  5:40 pm    W             COULEHAN, M E  POOL

                Lap Swim

                2101   LAB  7:00 am  -  8:05 am     T Th         TINBERG, C          POOL

                2108   LAB  11:10 am -  12:15 pm    M W          MC EVEETY, J S   POOL

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 185  -  DIRECTED STUDY -

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION  (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  2

                8469   LAB  1:05 - hrs                     TBA          MC EVEETY, J S   POOL

                5140   LAB 1:05 - hrs                    TBA         GLICKMAN, D C   WG 204

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 203  -  BADMINTON SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2110   LAB  1:30 pm  -  2:35 pm     M W          GLICKMAN, D C     WG 107

               

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 212  -  TENNIS SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Classes meet FIRST TWO weeks at WG 102C.  Thereafter at Griffith Park (courts next to the merry-go-round.)

                2901   LAB  3:30 pm  -  5:35 pm     W    MC EVEETY, J S         GRIFFITH

                2111   LAB 8:30 am -  10:35 am    T     GLICKMAN, D C        GRIFFITH

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 219  -  TABLE TENNIS SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2121   LAB  1:30 pm  -  2:30 pm     T Th        GLICKMAN, D C     WG 107

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 225  -  YOGA SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2118   LAB  11:10 am -  1:15 pm     T Th         GLICKMAN, D C     WG 202

                (8  Week Class  - Starts  2/6/2006,  Ends  4/1/2006 )

                2119   LAB  11:10 am -  1:15 pm     T Th         GLICKMAN, D C     WG 202

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

                2120   LAB  8:00 am  -  10:05 am    F              SINGER, L             WG 206

                2124   LAB  8:00 am  -  10:05 am    S              SINGER, L             WG 202

                2117   LAB  9:35 am  -  10:35 am    T Th         SINGER, L             WG 206

                2932   LAB 4:30 pm -  6:35 pm    Th            CUMMINS, D J      WG 202

                Hatha Yoga (same as PE 639)

                2913   LAB 4:30 pm -  6:35 pm    T              CUMMINS, D J      WG 202

                2965   LAB 6:50 pm -  8:55 pm    Th            CUMMINS, D J      WG 202

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 228  -  INDIVIDUAL AND DUAL ACTIVITIES

                - BODY CONDITIONING  (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2125   LAB  8:00 am   -  10:05 pm    F              ECKLER, P            WG 202

                Aerobics

                2123   LAB  8:00 am  -  9:05 am     T Th         TINBERG, C          WG 107

                Cardio-Kick Boxing

                2953   LAB 6:50 pm -  8:55 pm    W             COULEHAN, M E  WG 202

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 229  -  INDIVIDUAL AND DUAL ACTIVITIES

                - BODY DYNAMICS  (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Aerobics   

                2133   LAB  8:00 am  -  9:05 am     M W          TINBERG, C          WG 107

                Hip Hop

                2177   LAB  1:30 pm  -  2:30 pm     M W          ECKLER, P            WG 206

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 230  -  WEIGHT TRAINING SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2112   LAB  8:00 am  -  10:00 am         S         HOROWITZ, R C    MG 108

                2113   LAB  10:00 am -  12:00 pm         S         HOROWITZ, R C    MG 108

                2114   LAB  11:00 am -  12:05 pm    T Th        COWGILL, D P       MG 108

                2115   LAB  7:30 am  -  9:35 am         F          DIETRICH, J E       MG 108

                2129   LAB  10:00 am -  12:05 pm        F          DIETRICH, J E       MG 108

                2914   LAB 4:00 pm -  5:05 pm    M W         SECK, S E            MG 108

                2926   LAB 4:00 pm -  5:05 pm    T Th         CANO, T D           MG 108

                2927   LAB 5:10 pm -  6:15 pm    M W         SECK, S E            MG 108

                2925   LAB 5:10 pm -  6:15 pm    T Th         CANO, T D           MG 108

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 238  -  SELF-DEFENSE SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2134   LAB  8:00 am  -  9:05 am     M W          NISHIOKA, H H       MG 106

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 241  -  JUDO SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2135   LAB  12:45 pm -  1:50 pm     M W          NISHIOKA, H H       MG 106

                2183   LAB  12:45 pm -  1:50 pm     T Th         NISHIOKA, H H       MG 106

                2900   LAB 6:50 pm -  8:55 pm    W             SECK, S E            MG 106

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 259  -  GOLF SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2175   LAB  - 3:10 hrs                                     TBA                      ERDHAUS, J F  GOLF RNG

                2172   LAB  8:00 am  -  9:30 am     M W          ERDHAUS, J F  GOLF RNG

                2174   LAB  8:00 am  -  9:30 am     T Th        ERDHAUS, J F  GOLF RNG

                2170   LAB  9:30 am  -  11:00 am    M W          ERDHAUS, J F  GOLF RNG

                2195   LAB  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         ERDHAUS, J F  GOLF RNG

                2171   LAB  11:00 am -  12:30 pm    T Th         ERDHAUS, J F  GOLF RNG

                2173   LAB  11:00 am -  12:30 pm    M W          ERDHAUS, J F  GOLF RNG

                2935   LAB 6:00 pm -  7:30 pm    T Th         ERDHAUS, J F  GOLF RNG

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 262  -  TRACK AND FIELD SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2190   LAB  6:25 am  -  7:30 am     M W          ERDHAUS, J F       FIEL D

                2191   LAB  6:25 am  -  7:30 am     T Th         ERDHAUS, J F       FIEL D

                2192   LAB  9:35 am  -  10:40 am    T Th         CANO, T D            FIEL D

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 299  -  STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES THROUGH MOVEMENT  (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2128   LAB 10:35 am -  12:40 pm   F              SINGER, L            WG 202

                2904   LAB  6:50 pm  -  8:55 pm     M             SINGER, L             WG 202

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 304  -  BASKETBALL SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2107   LAB  9:35 am  -  10:40 am    M W          TINBERG, C          WG 107

                2928   LAB 4:30 pm -  6:35 pm    M             KING, R                WG 107

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 322  -  VOLLEYBALL SKILLS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                2143   LAB  11:10 am -  12:15 pm    T Th         MC EVEETY, J S   WG 107

                2144   LAB  12:15 pm -  1:20 pm      T Th         MC EVEETY, J S   WG 107

                2910   LAB 6:50 pm -  8:55 pm    W             PIERCE, N            WG 107

               

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 500  -  BASKETBALL THEORY   

                -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                Prerequiste: Tryouts. Co-requisite: Physical Education 504.

                2156   LEC  - 2:05 hrs                                     TBA                      MILLER, M R             MG MG

                &        LAB  - 2:05 hrs                                     TBA                      MILLER, M R             MG MG

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 503  -  INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS -

                BASEBALL  (UC:CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                See Coach for Add Card.

                2160   LAB  - 11:00 hrs                   TBA          AARON, M        GRIFPARK

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 504  -  INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS -

                BASKETBALL  (UC:CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                (Men’s Basketball Team) See Coach for Add Card.

                2158   LAB  2:30 pm  -  5:00 pm     MTWTh     MILLER, M R         MG MG

                2915   LAB 3:30 pm -  6:00 pm    TWTh       STAFF                  WG WG

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 515  -  INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS -

                TRACK AND FIELD  (UC:CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                See Coach for Add Card.

                2235   LAB  - 11:00 hrs                   TBA          MILLER, M R    OFF CAMP

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 630  -  AEROBIC SUPER CIRCUIT

                LABORATORY  (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                NEW STUDENTS: If you are taking PE630 FOR THE FIRST TIME, enroll in one of the orientation sections below. Sections meet one time only on the date indicated. The remainder of the course requirements are met by completing exercise sessions in the Fitness Center at a time that fits your schedule and by taking a final exam. You will not be allowed to exercise until you have completed your orientation. After the orientation, you can exercise ANYTIME we are open. If you need an orientation after February 16, contact the Fitness Center front desk.

                Open Hours: MTWTh   7:30 am - 12:30 pm; 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

                REAPEATING STUDENTS: If you have already taken and passed the class, you do not need to attend an Orientation. Enroll in any section and begin exercising on February 13.

                2218           7:00-9:00am                 Mon, Feb 6            Staff                           WG109

                2219           10:00-12:00pm             Mon, Feb 6            Staff                           WG109

                2220           4:00-6:00pm                 Mon, Feb 6            Glickman                    WG109

                2221           7:00-9:00am                 Tues, Feb 7           Staff          WG109

                2222           10:00-12:00pm             Tues, Feb 7           Staff          WG109

                2223           4:00-6:00pm                 Tues, Feb 7           Staff                           WG109

                2224           6:00-8:00pm                 Tues, Feb 7           Staff                           WG109

                2225           7:00-9:00am                 Wed, Feb 8            Staff                           WG109

                2919           10:00-12:00pm             Wed, Feb 8            Staff          WG109

                2920           4:00-6:00pm                 Wed, Feb 8            Glickman                    WG109

                2921           7:00-9:00am                 Thur, Feb 9            Staff           WG109

                2922           10:00-12:00pm             Thur, Feb 9            Staff           WG109

                2923           4:00-6:00pm                 Thur, Feb 9            Staff           WG109

                2924           6:00-8:00pm                 Thur, Feb 9            Staff           WG109

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 639  -  HATHA YOGA    -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                (same as PE 225)

                2236   LAB  10:35 am -  12:40 am        F          ECKLER, P            WG 206

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION 640  -  BEGINNING LIFELONG FITNESS LABORATORY    -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                (Class includes weight training for fitness)

                2163   LEC  6:25 am  -  7:50 am     M W          ERDHAUS, J F       MG 108

                8479   LEC  6:25 am  -  7:50 am     T Th         ERDHAUS, J F       MG 108

                2164   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          KERTENIAN, M D   MG 108

                8480   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         COWGILL, D P       MG 108

                2166   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          CANO, T D            MG 108

                2162   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         COWGILL, D P       MG 108

                2168   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          CANO, T D            MG 108
 

PHYSICAL ED - WOMEN/MEN

(NON-ACTIVITY)

Hayward Nishioka, Chair     MG104  • (323) 953-4000 ext. 2860

Jan McEveety, Chair            WG101  • (323) 953-4000 ext. 2868

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

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NON-ACTIVITY) 713  - 

                PHYS ED MAJOR’S CLASSES-INTRODUCTION TO COACHING ATHLETICS  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                2180   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          MILLER, M R         MG 109A

 

                PHYSICAL EDUCATION (NON-ACTIVITY) 714  - 

                PHYS ED MAJOR’S CLASSES - COACHING TEAM SPORTS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS 

                2181   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th        MILLER, M R         MG 109A

 


PHYSICAL SCIENCE

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

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

 

 

                PHYSICAL SCIENCES 001  -  PHYSICAL SCIENCE I 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

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

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

                1113   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          PILAPIL, Y A          FH 219

                1114   LEC  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm     M             JUAN, S M            FH 221

 

                PHYSICAL SCIENCES 014  -  PHYSICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY  (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS 

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

                1116   LAB  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm       W           JUAN, S M            FH 221


 

PHYSICS

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

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 11 is a prerequisite for Physics 101.

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

       •        PHYSICS 21. 22 is a two semester sequence of calculus based general physics. Recommended for Life Science majors and premedical students.

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

 

 

 

                PHYSICS 006  -  GENERAL PHYSICS I   (UC:CSU)  -  4.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Physics 11 with a satisfactory grade or better, or high school physics. Completion of three years of high school match, including trigonometry or Mathematics 240.

                This course is designed for majors in Health and Life Sciences, Architecture, and all those needing a one-year course in college physics requiring trigonometry but not calculus. The pricipal topics are mechanics, heat, and sound.

                1201   LEC  12:45 am - 3:55 am      T Th         STAFF                  FH 206

                &        LAB  12:45 am - 3:55 am      T Th         STAFF                  FH 206

 

                PHYSICS 011  -  INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS  (UC:CSU)  -  4.00  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 pm -  3:55 pm     M             PILAPIL, Y A          FH 219

                &        LAB  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm     W             PILAPIL, Y A          FH 219

                3503   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             STAFF                  FH 219

                &        LAB 6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             STAFF                  FH 219

 

                PHYSICS 012  -  PHYSICS FUNDAMENTALS  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  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.

                3504   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              STAFF                  FH 219

 

                PHYSICS 014  -  PHYSICS FUNDAMENTALS LABORATORY 

                (UC:CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS 

                Co-requisite: Physics 12.

                1109   LAB  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm     W             JUAN, S M            FH 221

 

                PHYSICS 022  -  GENERAL PHYSICS II WITH CALCULUS 

                (UC:CSU)  -  4.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Physics 21 with a satisfactory grade or better. Completion of/or current enrollment in Math 262.

                3500   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              STAFF                  FH 221

                &        LAB 6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            STAFF                  FH 221

 

                PHYSICS 101  -  PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS I  (UC:CSU)  -  5.00  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 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         BHAKTA, J            FH 225

                &        LAB  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     T Th         BHAKTA, J            FH 225

                &        LAB  2:20 pm  -  3:45 pm     T Th         BHAKTA, J            FH 225

                5136   LEC  5:25 pm -  6:50 pm    T Th         DOMBROSKI, M G                FH 225

                &        LAB 7:00 pm -  8:25 pm    T Th         DOMBROSKI, M G                FH 225

                &        LAB 8:35 pm -  10:00 pm   T Th         DOMBROSKI, M G                FH 225

 

                PHYSICS 102  -  PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS II  (UC:CSU)  -  5.00  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.

                1110   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          ARVIDSON, D        FH 206

                &        LAB  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     M W          ARVIDSON, D        FH 206

                &        LEC  2:20 pm  -  3:45 pm     M W          ARVIDSON, D        FH 206

 

                PHYSICS 103  -  PHYSICS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS III  (UC:CSU)  -  5.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Physics 102. Corequisite: Mathematics 263.

                (Physics 103 will be offered in the evening in the Spring)

                5137   LEC  5:25 pm -  6:50 pm    M W         JUAN, S M            FH 206

                &        LAB 7:00 pm -  8:25 pm    M W         JUAN, S M            FH 206

                &        LAB 8:35 pm -  10:00 pm   M W         JUAN, S M            FH 206

 

                PHYSICS 185  -  DIRECTED STUDY - PHYSICS 

                (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  2

                Prerequisite: Please consult with the instructor.

                8488   LEC  -             1:00 hrs TBA  JUAN, S M                            FH 209

 

                PHYSICS 285  -  DIRECTED STUDY - PHYSICS  (CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Please consult with the instructor.

                8489   LEC  -             2:05 hrs TBA  JUAN, S M                            FH 209

 

                PHYSICS 385  -  DIRECTED STUDY - PHYSICS  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Please consult with the instructor.

                8490   LEC  -             3:10 hrs TBA  JUAN, S M                            FH 209

 

 

physiology

Greg Gonsalves, Chair                     LS204  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2796

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

 

                PHYSIOLOGY 001  -  INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY  (UC:CSU)  -  4.00  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. 

                8491   LEC  8:00 am  -  11:10 am    F              KHOLLESI, K          LS 102

                &        LAB  8:00 am  -  11:10 am    S              KHOLLESI, K          LS 209

                8492   LEC  8:00 am  -  11:10 am    F              KHOLLESI, K          LS 102

                &        LAB  12:00 pm -  3:10 pm     F              KHOLLESI, K          LS 209

                8493   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          GONSALVES, G G  LS 203

                &        LAB  7:50 am  -  11:00 am    Th            GONSALVES, G G  LS 209

                8494   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          GONSALVES, G G  LS 203

                &        LAB  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm     W             GONSALVES, G G  LS 209

Special tutorial assistance available in section 8494

                1115   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         GONSALVES, G G  LS 203

                &        LAB  7:50 am  -  11:00 am    T              GONSALVES, G G  LS 209

                3508   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              ARAI, V E             LS 203

                &        LAB 3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            ARAI, V E             LS 209

                5138   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             KHOLLESI, K        LS 203

                &        LAB 6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             KHOLLESI, K        LS 209

                5139   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             KHOLLESI, K        LS 203

                &        LAB 6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              KHOLLESI, K        LS 209

 

 

               

POLITICAL SCIENCE

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

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

 

 

                POLITICAL SCIENCE 001  -  THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

ALSO OFFERED THROUGH INSTRUCTION TELEVISION

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

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

                8 DAY CLASS OPTION!

                APR 8 - APR 15         Class Meets Daily Including Saturday & Sunday

                1407   LEC  - 9:00 am - 3:30 pm      MTWThFS COLE, A                TBA

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

                4903   LEC  5:45 pm -   8:00 pm      T              SANCHEZ             HH 204

                &        LEC  8:00 am -  12:00 pm     S              SANCHEZ             HH 204

                (8 Week Class  - Starts  2/07/2006,  Ends  4/1/2006 )

                1129   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          MEYER, J N          JH 106

                8496   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th   SCHLESSINGER, P J    JH 113

                1128   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         MEYER, J N          JH 102

                1130   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         PELTON, R K        JH 106

                1135   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          COLE, A                JH 202

                1126   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         MEYER, J N          JH 113

                1132   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         COLE, A                FH 121

                1125   LEC  9:35 am  -  12:45 pm    F              COLE, A                JH 106

                1127   LEC  11:00 am -  12:25 pm    M W          AARON, M            JH 106

                1133   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          COLE, A                JH 106

                1134   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         COLE, A                JH 104

                1124   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     S              SANCHEZ, S         JH 202

                3515   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              MEYER, J N          JH 202

                3516   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    W             COLE A                JH 106

                3517   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            WILSON, D J        JH 202

                3518   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             AARON, M            JH 202

                3519   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              MEYER, J N          JH 202

                3520   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             AARON, M            JH 102

                3521   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            COULTER, L B     FH 123

                3522   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            WILSON, D J        JH 202

 

                POLITICAL SCIENCE 002  -  MODERN WORLD GOVERNMENTS  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  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   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          AARON, M            JH 104


 

PSYCHOLOGY

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

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

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 001  -  GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  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.

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

                May be taken as part of Fast Track Transfer  - See “Blue Pages” 4905                LEC          8:00 pm -  10:15 pm   T              STAFF      HH105

                &        LEC  1:00 pm -  5:00 pm      S              STAFF                  HH105

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

                1516   9:00 am          -  12:00 pm    S              JOHANSEN, L M    FH 213

                &        1:00 pm          -  4:10 pm     S              JOHANSEN, L M    FH 213

                (8  Week Class  - Starts  4/10/2006,  Ends  6/3/2006 )

                1145   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    F              FIAZI                     HH 101

                &        LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     F              FIAZI                     HH 101

                (7  Week Class  - Starts  4/14/2006,  Ends  5/31/2006 )                   

                1148   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          SWEETMAN          HH 101

                1161   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 pm     M W          SWEETMAN          HH 103

                1149   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         SWEETMAN          HH 103

                1146   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    S              MANDELBLATT, R HH 102

                1151   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          STAFF                  HH 105

                1152   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          FIAZI, K                 HH 102

                1153   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         CANALES, C J       HH 103

                1154   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         LAZARE, M L         HH 101

                1155   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          LAZARE, M L         HH 102

                1147   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          FIAZI, K                 HH 101

                1150   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         CANALES, C J       HH 103

                8502   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         BLUM, J S             HH 101

                1156   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         BLUM, J S             HH 101

                1157   LEC  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm     M             BLUM, J S             HH 101

                8520   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     T Th         BLUM, J S             HH 101

                1159   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     T Th         BLUM, J S             HH 101

Special tutorial assistance available in section 1159

                1144   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     Sun           PAVLIK, A L           HH 101

                3524   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              LAZARE, M L       HH 103

                3523   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            HERRING, F H      HH 101

                3543   LEC  4:35 pm -  6:00 pm    M W         VASQUEZ, E         HH 102

                3525   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             OLMSTEAD, T R   HH 101

                3526   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              SNEED, R             HH 105

                3527   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             WHEELER, M J     HH 101

                3528   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            STAFF                  HH 202

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 002  -  GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  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.

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                1160   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     M W          FIAZI, K                 HH 7

                1158   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    T Th         SWEETMAN          HH 105

                8503   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          SECHOOLER, R L  HH 7

                8504   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          SECHOOLER, R L  HH 7

Special tutorial assistance available in section 8504.

                3529   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:45 pm    Th            FIAZI, K               HH 102

                3532   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            HERRING, F H      HH 105

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 003  -  PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

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

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

                1162   LEC  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm     M             CANALES, C J       HH 103

                3530   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              BLUM, J S            HH 101

 

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                PSYCHOLOGY 013  -  SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Psychology 1.

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

                3544   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             KORT, R L            HH 103

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 014  -  ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 

                (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  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   LEC  1:00 pm  -  4:10 pm     S              BOLEN, M S          HH 101

                1165   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          DANIEL, B P          HH 101

                3531   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            DANIEL, B P         HH 101

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 018  -  PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN’S AND MEN’S CHANGING ROLES  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  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   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          CANALES, C J       HH 103

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 027  -  ONLINE AND SOFTWARE RESOURCES FOR HUMAN SERVICES    -  1.00  UNITS 

                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.

                1180   LEC  3:00 hrs                       TBA    SWEETMAN, A B       ON LINE

                (5  Week Class  - Starts  2/11/2006,  Ends  3/11/2006 )

                1179   LEC  2:45 pm  -  5:00 pm     Th            BLUM, J S             HH 207

                (7  Week Class  - Starts  3/31/2006,  Ends  5/19/2006 )

                1181   LEC  8:00 am  -  5:00 pm     S              SWEETMAN, A B   HH 207

                (3  Week Class  - Starts  4/8/2006,  Ends  4/15/2006 )

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 038  -  FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY    -  2.00  UNITS 

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

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

                3545   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:50 pm     M             SWEETMAN, A B   HH 104

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 041  -  LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY: FROM INFANCY TO OLD AGE  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  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.

ALSO OFFERED THROUGH INSTRUCTIONal TELEVISION

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                1166   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          BLUM, J S             HH 104

                1175   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:15 pm    S              CRAIG, M M          HH 101

                1176   LEC  12:45 pm -  2:10 pm     T Th         BLOOM, A             HH 105

                3533   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             DANIEL, B P         HH 102

                3537   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             PAVLIK, A            HH 103

                3547   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             PAVLIK, A            HH 104

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 043  -  PRINCIPLES OF GROUP DYNAMICS I   

                (CSU)  -  3.00  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   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:25 am     T Th         GEISMAR, E F       HH 10

                1167   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          CANALES, C J       HH 10

                1169   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    M W          BLUM, J S             HH 10

                1170   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T Th         LAZARE, M L         HH 10

                1171   LEC  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm     M             FIAZI, K                 HH 10

                3535   LEC  5:45 pm -  8:55 pm    M             LAZARE, M L       HH 10

                3536   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             VARTANIAN, L M HH 10

                3512   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             STAFF                  HH 105

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 044  -  PRINCIPLES OF GROUP DYNAMICS II   

                (CSU)  -  3.00  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.

                3534   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            FIAZI, K               HH 103

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 045  -  ISSUES IN HUMAN SERVICE CAREERS    

                (CSU)  -  3.00  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   LEC  9:35 am  -  11:00 am    M W          DANIEL, B P          HH 103

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 052  -  PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN SEXUALITY  (UC:CSU)  -  3.00  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   LEC  9:35 am   -  11:00  pm   M W          SWEETMAN, A B   HH 101

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 060  -  STRESS MANAGEMENT   (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                This course examines methods of identifying and managing enviromental, organizational, social and internal stress in an effort to promote more

                effective coping on the part of the individual inoccupational, interpersonal and everyday life situations.

                1177   LEC  12:45 pm -  3:55 pm     M             SECHOOLER, R L  HH 7

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 063  -  ALCOHOL/DRUG STUDIES: PREVENTION AND EDUCATION    (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

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

                3538   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            DANIEL, D E         HH 102

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 064  - 

                INTRODUCTION TO ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS  (CSU)   -  3.00  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   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    S              WHITE, G B           HH 106

                3539   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             PRINCE, P J         HH 102

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 065  -  CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY:INTERVENTION, TREATMENT AND RECOVERY   (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

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

                3540   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M      TROCKI MILLER, S E   HH 104

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 066  -  INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL THINKING 

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                9591   LEC  6:05 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L  HH 104

                (7  Week Class  - Starts  2/13/2006,  Ends  4/8/2006 )

                9594           6:05 hrs TBA                SECHOOLER, R L                  HH 104

                (8  Week Class  - Starts  4/10/2006,  Ends  6/3/2006 )

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 067  -  COUNSELING TECHNIQUES FOR THE

                CHEMICALLY ADDICTED   (CSU) -  3.00  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.

                1178   LEC  1:00 pm - 4:00 pm        S              DANIEL, D E          HH 102

                3541   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              DANIEL, D E         HH 102

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 081  -  FIELD WORK I  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                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 am   -  11:00 am    M             SECHOOLER, R L  HH 101

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L

                8506   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T              SECHOOLER, R L  HH 104

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L

                5147   LEC  3:35 pm  -  5:00 pm    M             LAZARE, M L       HH 102

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         LAZARE, M L

                5146   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:35 pm    Th            DANIEL, B P         HH 101

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         DANIEL, B P

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 082  -  FIELD WORK II  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                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.

                8508   LEC  9:35 am   -  11:00 am    M             SECHOOLER, R L  HH 101

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L

                8507   LEC  9:35 am   -  11:00 am    T              DANIEL, B P          HH 102

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          DANIEL, B P

                5148   LEC  3:35 pm  -  5:00 pm    M             LAZARE, M L       HH 102

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         LAZARE, M L

                5149   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:35 pm    Th            DANIEL, B P         HH 101

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         DANIEL, B P

               

                PSYCHOLOGY 083  -  FIELD WORK III  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

                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 am   -  11:00 am    M             SECHOOLER, R L  HH 101

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L

                8509   LEC  9:35 am   -  11:00 am    T              DANIEL, B P          HH 102

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          DANIEL, B P

                5150   LEC  3:35 pm  -  5:00 pm    M             LAZARE, M L       HH 102

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         LAZARE, M L

                5151   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:35 pm    Th            DANIEL, B P         HH 101

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         DANIEL, B P

               

                PSYCHOLOGY 084  -  FIELDWORK I, DRUG/ALCOHOL 

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Co-requisite: 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 am   -  11:00 am    M             SECHOOLER, R L  HH 101

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L

                8512   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T              SECHOOLER, R L  HH 104

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L

                5152   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:35 pm    Th            DANIEL, B P         HH 101

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         DANIEL, B P

                5153   LEC  3:35 pm  -  5:00 pm    M             LAZARE, M L       HH 102

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         LAZARE, M L

               

                PSYCHOLOGY 085  -  FIELDWORK II, DRUG/ALCOHOL 

                (CSU)  -  3.00  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 am   -  11:00 am    M             SECHOOLER, R L  HH 101

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L

                8513   LEC  9:35 am   -  11:00 am    T              DANIEL, B P          HH 102

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          DANIEL, B P

                5154   LEC  3:35 pm  -  5:00 pm    M             LAZARE, M L       HH 102

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         LAZARE, M L

                5155   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:35 pm    Th            DANIEL, B P         HH 101

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         DANIEL, B P

               

                PSYCHOLOGY 086  -  FIELDWORK III, DRUG/ALCOHOL   

                (CSU)  -  3.00  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 am   -  11:00 am    T              DANIEL, B P          HH 102

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          DANIEL, B P

                8516   LEC  11:10 am -  12:35 pm    T              SECHOOLER, R L  HH 104

                &        LAB  5:10 hrs                       TBA          SECHOOLER, R L

                5156   LEC  3:35 pm  -  5:00 pm    M             LAZARE, M L       HH 102

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         LAZARE, M L

                5157   LEC  5:00 pm  -  6:35 pm    Th            DANIEL, B P         HH 101

                &        LAB 5:00 hrs                      TBA         DANIEL, B P

               

                PSYCHOLOGY 185  -  DIRECTED STUDY - PSYCHOLOGY 

                (CSU)  -  1.00  UNITS  Rpt  2

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

                8517           1:00 hrs                       TBA          BLUM, J S             HH 100

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 285  -  DIRECTED STUDY - PSYCHOLOGY 

                (CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS 

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

                8518           2:00 hrs                       TBA          BLUM, J S             HH 100

 

                PSYCHOLOGY 385  -  DIRECTED STUDY - PSYCHOLOGY 

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

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

                8519   -       3:00 hrs                       TBA          BLUM, J S             HH 100

 

 

 

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

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

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                RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 100  -  INTRODUCTION TO RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY    -  1.00  UNITS 

                (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   LEC  10:00 am -  11:05 am    Th            FINNEY, J F          LS 102

                3557   LEC  7:00 pm -  8:05 pm    Th            RADTKE, J G        LS 102

 

                RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 101  -  MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY    -  1.00  UNITS  

                (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   LEC  8:00 am  -  9:05 am     Th            FINNEY, J F          LS 102

                3558   LEC  5:00 pm -  6:05 pm    Th            RADTKE, J G        LS 102

 

                RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 102  -  IMAGE RECORDING & FILM PROCESSING    -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.Prerequisite: Completion of Math 115 or higher and English 28 or 101. 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   LEC  8:00 am  -  10:05 am    W             VASQUEZ, E C      RT 1

                &        LAB  10:05 am -  12:10 pm    W             VASQUEZ, E C      RT 1

                3559   LEC  12:00 pm -  2:05 pm     W             FINNEY, J F          RT 1

                &        LAB  2:05 pm  -  4:10 pm     W             FINNEY, J F          RT 1

 

                RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 104  -  RADIOGRAPHIC ANATOMY/POSITIONING CRANIUM & VISCERAL ORGANS    -  4.00  UNITS 

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

                Advanced radiographic anatomy and positioning. Laboratory experience is provided.

                1195   LEC  9:00 am  -  10:25 am    WTh          RADTKE, J G         RT 10

                &        LAB  10:25 am -  12:10 am    WTh          RADTKE, J G         RT 10

                1191   LEC  12:00 pm -  1:25 pm     MT           FINNEY, J F          RT 10

                &        LAB  1:25 pm  -  3:10 pm     MT           FINNEY, J F          RT 10

                3561   LEC  4:00 pm -  5:25 pm    MT           FINNEY, J F          RT 10

                &        LAB 5:25 pm -  6:50 pm    MT           FINNEY, J F          RT 10

 

                RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 106  -  RADIOGRAPHIC EXPOSURE   

                -  3.00  UNITS  Rpt  1

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

                1197   LEC  7:00 am  -  10:10 am    T              VASQUEZ, E C      RT 5

                &        LAB  10:10 am -  11:10 am    T              VASQUEZ, E C      RT 5

                1200   LEC  11:00 am -  2:10 pm     T              RADTKE, J G         RT 5

                &        LAB  2:10 pm  -  3:10 pm     T              RADTKE, J G         RT 5

                1198   LEC  1:00 pm  -  2:25 pm     ThF          RADTKE, J G         RT 5

                &        LAB  2:25 pm  -  2:55 pm     ThF          RADTKE, J G         RT 5

               

                RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 140  -  RADIATION PROTECTION & BIOLOGY    -  3.00  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   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:10 pm    F              RADTKE, J G         RT 5

 

                RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 160  -  INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL EDUCATION    -  4.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Admission to Radiologic Technology Program. Graded credit/no-credit.An orientation to the Radiology Department of the Clinical Education Affiliate.

                8529   LEC  18:00 hrs                                     TBA                      VASQUEZ, E C  OFF CAMP

 

                RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY 180  -  CLINICAL EDUCATION IN RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY    -  12.00  UNITS  Rpt  2

                Prerequisite: Radiologic Technology 160.Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

                Clinical experience in hospitals affiliated with the Radiologic Technology Program.

                5162   LAB  4:00 pm  -  7:10 pm     Th            VASQUEZ, E C      RT 5

                &        LAB  16:00 hrs                                     TBA                      VASQUEZ, E C  OFF CAMP

                &        LAB  19:30 hrs                                     TBA                      VASQUEZ, E C  OFF CAMP

                5163   LAB  12:00 pm -  3:10 pm     Th            VASQUEZ, E C      RT 5

                &        LAB  16:00 hrs                                     TBA                      VASQUEZ, E C  OFF CAMP

                &        LAB  19:30 hrs                                     TBA                      VASQUEZ, E C  OFF CAMP

 

real estate

Thelma Day, Chair        DH212  •  (323) 953-4000 ext. 2900

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

 

 

                REAL ESTATE 001  -  REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES    (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Open to all students. Advisory: English 28.

                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 Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4716   LEC  6:00 pm - 9:10 pm       M             STAFF             Wil Ctr 2

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                1205   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:00 pm    S              ANDERSON, R L    AD 306

                3566   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    T              DUFFY, T E          HH 205

                3567   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             ANDERSON, R L   AD 306

                3564   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              LANZER               AD 311

 

                REAL ESTATE 003  -  REAL ESTATE PRACTICES  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Open to all students. 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 Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4717   LEC  6:00 pm - 9:10 pm       T              STAFF             Wil Ctr 2

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                1207   LEC  9:00 am  -  12:00 pm    S              EISENBERG, M R  AD 309

                3563   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             ANDERSON, R L   AD 306

                3568   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   M             EISENBERG, M R  AD 309

 

                REAL ESTATE 005  -  LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE I   

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Open to all students. Advisory: English 28.

                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 as it applies to community property, deeds, trust deeds, mortgages, leases, brokerage, mechanic’s liens,homesteads, wills, and estates.

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4718   LEC  6:00 pm - 9:10 pm       W             STAFF             Wil Ctr 2

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                3673   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    W             ANDERSON, R L   AD 303

 

                REAL ESTATE 006  -  LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE II   

                (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Covers legal aspects of real estate problems. An advance study of agency law and astudy of living trusts and how to prepare your own.

                1225   LEC  12:15 pm -  3:15 pm     S              STAFF                  AD 303

                3569   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   T              PARSAKAR, N      HH 205

 

                REAL ESTATE 007  -  REAL ESTATE FINANCE I  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: 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.

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4719   LEC  6:00 pm - 9:10 pm       Th            EISENBER, M   Wil Ctr 2

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                3573   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            ANDERSON, R L   AD 306

 

                REAL ESTATE 011  -  ESCROW PRINCIPLES  (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

                3574   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    Th            ENGLUND, A C   AD 301B

 

                REAL ESTATE 014  -  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT   (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

                1206   LEC  12:15 pm -  3:15 pm     S              ANDERSON, R L    AD 309

                3570   LEC  3:30 pm -  6:40 pm    W             PARSAKAR, N      AD 303

 

                REAL ESTATE 018  -  REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS I   

                (CSU)-  3.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Real Estate 1 or Real Estate 5.

                3565   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   W             STAFF                  JH 105

 

                REAL ESTATE 021  -  REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS   (CSU)  -  3.00  UNITS 

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

ALSO OFFERED AT LACC WILSHIRE Ctr: 3550 Wilshire near Normandie

                4720   LEC  9:00 Am - 12:10 Am      S              STAFF             Wil Ctr 2

FOR MORE INFO., sEE BLUE PAGES.

                3571   LEC  6:50 pm -  10:00 pm   Th            ENGLUND, A C     AD 303

 


 

RUSSIAN

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

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

 

 

                RUSSIAN 001  -  ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN I  (UC:CSU)  -  5.00  UNITS 

                Advisory: English 28 or equivalent.

                Class assignments will require one hour per week in Russian 14, Section 8532: Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.

                1211   LEC  9:35 am  -  10:45 am    MTWTh     IVANOVA, O M       JH 202

                1210   LEC  12:45 pm -  3:15 pm     M W          PERRY, I J            AD 306

                1208   LEC  12:45 pm -  3:15 pm     T Th         IVANOVA, O M       DH 306

                3560   LEC  6:50 pm -  9:20 pm    T Th         STROM, M A         DH 306

 

                RUSSIAN 002  -  ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN II  (UC:CSU)  -  5.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Russian 1 or equivalent.

                Class assignments will require one hour per week in Russian 14, Section 8532: Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.

                1212   LEC  11:10 am -  12:20 pm    MTTh        IVANOVA, O M       HH 105

                &        LEC  11:10 am -  12:25 pm    W             PERRY, I J            HH 205

 

                RUSSIAN 003  -  INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN I  (UC:CSU)  -  5.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Russian 2.

                Class assignments will require one hour per week in Russian 14, Section 8532: Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.

                1223   LEC  10:00 am -  12:30 pm    M W          GUTKIN, I              FH 219

 

                RUSSIAN 004  -  INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN II  (UC:CSU)  -  5.00  UNITS 

                Prerequisite: Russian 3. Please consult with the instructor.

                Class assignments will require one hour per week in Russian 14, Section 8532: Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.

                1213   LEC  12:45 pm -  3:15 pm     M W          GUTKIN, I              AD 309

 

                RUSSIAN 008  -  CONVERSATIONAL RUSSIAN 

                (UC:CSU)  -  2.00  UNITS  Rpt  3

                Prerequisites: Russian 3 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.

                Practical conversation in Russian on everyday topics, and current events, dialogues and group discussion of news in politics, sports, and culture.

                Class assignments will require one hour per week in Russian 14, Section 8532: Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.

                3572   LEC  4:00 pm -  6:05 pm    M             GUTKIN, I             HH 101

                3581   LEC  4:00 pm -  6:05 pm    W             GUTKIN, I             HH 101

 

                RUSSIAN 014  -  FOREIGN LANGUAGE LABORATORY -  RUSSIAN  (NDA)  -  0.00  UNITS  Rpt  2

                8532   LAB  3:10 hrs                       TBA          IVANOVA               DH 319
 

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