LACC SPRING 2010 SEMESTER
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES


FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES    
Chair: Kathleen Bimber, AD200 (323) 953-4000 ext 2290
Vice Chair: Janice Young, ext 2291
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/dietetics/index.html

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 021
NUTRITION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
CO-REQUISITE: English 21 or 73 or equivalent.
LAB RECOMMENDED: Learning Skills 3E Vocabulary (1 unit).
DESCRIPTION: Credit allowed for only one of F&CS 20, 21, 22. The current
concepts in nutrition are presented in a lecture discussion format. Nutrition is
the science which deals with the role of nutrients in the human body. Nutrition
in human development from conception throughout the life cycle is emphasized.
*This section will be taught entirely online via the internet. Class lectures,
discussions, exams and term project will be presented entirely online. You may
work at home on your computer or at an LACC computer lab. If the enrollment
system does not allow you to enroll in this course, please email Gayle Stafsky at:
stafskgb@lacitycollege.edu to check if there are additional spaces available.
Students may view the ETUDES tutorial and Portal at the following URL:
 http://www.lacitycollege.edu/online/Menu.htm. You may need to copy this URL to your
browser should you not have a direct link.

*0566 - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA STAFSKY, G B ON LINE
3291 LEC 3:30 pm - 6:40 pm T HIGGINS, S G AD 201

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 024
FOOD PREPARATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 21 or higher or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: The scientific
fundamentals of food preparation are presented in a lecture/laboratory format,
with emphasis on contemporary lifestyles and diverse cultures. A $45.00 material
fee is required. NOTE: This course is offered only Spring Semesters, day session.
0563 LEC 9:35 am - 12:25 pm Th STAFSKY, G B AD 202
AND LAB 12:45 pm - 5:00 pm Th STAFSKY, G B AD 204
(12 Week Class - Starts 3/1/2010, Ends 5/27/2010 )

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 028
ADVANCED NUTRITION CARE (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Family and Consumer Studies 27. CO-REQUISITE: Concurrent
enrollment in Family and Consumer Studies 128 required.
DESCRIPTION: Nutritional needs at each stage of the life cycle are studied in depth.
Cultural food preferences are studied and incorporated into nutrition education
and counseling of clients.
NOTE: This course is offered only Spring Semesters, day session.
0567 LEC 7:00 am - 10:10 am W YOUNG, J J AD 204

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 029
DIETETIC SEMINAR (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Family and Consumer Studies 28. CO-REQUISITE: Concurrent
enrollment in Family and Consumer Studies 129 required.
DESCRIPTION: The role of the dietetic technician in the dietetics profession and
health care delivery systems is explored. Methods for quality improvement and
marketing are emphasized.
NOTE: This course offered only Spring Semesters, day session.
0570 LEC 12:00 pm - 2:50 pm W YOUNG, J J AD 204
(6 Week Class - Starts 2/10/2010, Ends 3/17/2010 )


FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 031
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIFE (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: English 21 or English 73 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Interpersonal growth and development are explored over the course
of the family life cycle. Examines the impact of social, psychological and economic
forces that affect the family.
3293 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm Th KENNEDY, S S AD 204


FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 052
FOODSERVICE MANAGEMENT (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Family and Consumer Studies 51 and 55.
DESCRIPTION: Principles of management of resources in quantity foodservice
including selection, evaluation, supervision, financial statements, cash control,
budgeting, computer applications.
NOTE: This course offered only Spring Semesters, day session.
3295 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T MONTOYA, M K AD 203


FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 056
NUTRITION DELIVERY SYSTEMS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

CO-REQUISITE: Family and Consumer Studies 156, ADVISORIES: English 21, Math
105 or Learning Skills 10 A,B,C Introduction to nutrition delivery systems and
institutional menu diet modifications. State and Federal regulatory guidelines for
food service are studied.
0569 LEC 7:00 am - 10:10 am T YOUNG, J J AD 204


FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 128
ADVANCED NUTRITION CARE LABORATORY - 2.00 UNITS

NOTE: First meeting in AD 202, 2/10/2009 at 7:10 am.
PREREQUISITE: Family and Consumer Studies 127, Physical examination, MMR
negative TB test within the past 6 months and student liability insurance required.
CO-REQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in Family and Consumer Studies 28.
DESCRIPTION: This course is offered only Spring semesters, day session. This
clinical laboratory provides supervised practice in group education and counseling
of clients from various stages of the life cycle. Student must complete 108
supervised practice hours.
8151 LAB - 6:30 hrs/wk TBA YOUNG, J J   FIELD

FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 129
DIETETIC LABORATORY - 2.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Physical examination and negative TB test within the past
6 months and student liability insurance and Family and Consumer Studies 151.
CO-REQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in Family and Consumer Studies 29
required.
DESCRIPTION: This course is offered only Spring Semesters, day session. This
clinical laboratory provides supervised practice in management and marketing
for food service facilities. Student must complete 108 supervised practice hours.
NOTE: First meeting 2/11/2009 in AD 202 at 7:10am.
8152 LAB - 6:30 hrs/wk TBA YOUNG, J J   FIELD


FAMILY AND CONSUMER STUDIES 156
NUTRITION DELIVERY SYSTEMS LABORATORY - 2.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Physical examination and negative TB test within the past 6
months, student liability insurance and a background check as required by the
Department of Health Services. CO-REQUISITE: Family and Consumer Studies
56 This clinical laboratory provides supervised practice in nutritional services
including modified diets and the health care team. Nutrition delivery systems are
evaluated according to state and federal regulatory guidelines.
0572 LAB 10:30 am - 3:00 pm T YOUNG, J J AD 204
AND LAB 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm T YOUNG, J J AD 202

FINANCE
Chair: Thelma Day, AD 304 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2451
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/busad/index.html

FINANCE 002
INVESTMENTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: The principles of investment, the various types of investments, the
operations of investment markets, and sources of information.
3304 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm M MARTINI, M A HH 206

FINANCE 008
PERSONAL FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Applying the principles of accounting, banking, finance, office
methods, management, and production, to one’s personal affairs. This course will
be taught entirely online via the internet with testing at LACC. You may work at
home on your computer or at LACC in an open lab. To begin this course, email
Professor Almurdaah at: almurdaah@aol.com - (213) 615-6002. Failure to attend
the mandatory on-campus orientation will result in your being dropped from the
course. Finance 08 Orientation will be held on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010 at 7:00pm - Room AD316.
3022 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm M ALMURDAAH, AZ ONLINE



FRENCH

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

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

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

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67.
DESCRIPTION: Credit allowed for either French 1, OR French 21 and 22 together.
The student learns French pronunciation and grammar, practical vocabulary,
useful phrases as well as basic facts on the geography, customs and culture of the
French speaking world. One hour per week TBA in the lab is required.
0587 LEC 7:25 am - 8:40 am MTWTh GUIRGUIS, M R DH 305
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319
3310 LEC 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm MTWTh ROZENKOPF, F DH 305
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319
3311 LEC 6:50 pm - 9:20 pm M W ROZENKOPF, F DH 305
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319

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

PREREQUISITE: French 1 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Class meets 6 hours; 5 hours lecture and 1 hour T B A
in the Language Lab, DH 319.
0590 LEC 9:00 am - 10:15 am MTWTh GUIRGUIS, M R DH 305
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319
3312 LEC 6:50 pm - 9:20 pm T Th ROZENKOPF, F DH 305
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319

 

GEOGRAPHY
Chair: John Freitas, SCI 324B (323) 953-4000 ext 2600
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/chemistry/index.html


GEOGRAPHY 001
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or its equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Students learn about basic scientific principles of geography
such as Earth-Sun relationships, weather and climate, ecosystems and biomes,
anthropogenic pollution and climate change, earth's internal structure and
processes, and surface topography. Students will also learn basic map reading
and geographic literacy.
0598 LEC 9:00 am - 12:10 pm S LONGO, A J SCI 204
0601 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm M W FARRELL, M J SCI 204
0602 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm T Th HURST, T A SCI 204
3319 LEC 5:15 pm - 6:40 pm T Th FARRELL, M J SCI 204

GEOGRAPHY 002
CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF GEOGRAPHY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent. Students learn about human cultural
variable in the context of the globe, including the description, analysis, and
explanation of population, migration, folk and popular culture, language, religion,
ethnicity, political geography, development, agriculture, industry, economic
activities, urban, areas, and resource utilization. Special emphasis is placed on
contemporary issues such as the effects of globalization and the impact of human
settlements on the natural environment. Students also learn basic geographic
literacy and map reading.
0165 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am M W FARRELL, M J SCI 204
3321 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm W CONTI, M R SCI 204

GEOGRAPHY 015
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67.
DESCRIPTION: Students learn to interpret physical maps, including weather maps
and topographic maps, as well as perform hands-on exercises that explore Earth/Sun
relationships, atmospheric temperature, pressure and moisture, climate and
biomes, plate tectonics and volcanoes, and landforms.
0603 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:15 pm M FARRELL, M J SCI 204
AND LAB 1:15 pm - 3:20 pm M FARRELL, M J SCI 204
3320 LEC 6:50 pm - 7:55 pm Th FARRELL, M J SCI 204
AND LAB 7:55 pm - 10:00 pm Th FARRELL, M J SCI 204


GEOLOGY
Chair: John Freitas, SCI 324B (323) 953-4000 ext 2600
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/chemistry/index.html


GEOLOGY 001
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 or its equivalent. In this elementary course, the student
receives a general introduction to the study of earth’s rocks, landforms oceans,
natural resources, and alternative energy resources.
0609 LEC 12:10 pm - 3:20 pm M O BOYLE, C L SCI 200
0610 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm M W O BOYLE, C L SCI 200
3324 LEC 5:15 pm - 6:40 pm T Th O BOYLE, C L SCI 200

GEOLOGY 006
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY (UC:CSU) - 2.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent; Geology 1. In this elementary course
the student learns to identify hand samples of minerals and rocks using a hands-on
approach. The student also learns to develop topographic and geologic maps
in great detail, including changing map scales using dimensional analysis and
analyzing aerial photographs.
Note: Geology 6 may be taken concurrently with Geology 1
0611 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:15 pm W O BOYLE, C L SCI 200
AND LAB 1:15 pm - 3:20 pm W O BOYLE, C L SCI 200
3054 LEC 6:50 pm - 7:50 pm Th O BOYLE, C L SCI 200
AND LAB 7:50 pm - 10:00 pm Th O BOYLE, C L SCI 200

HEALTH
Chair: John Erdhaus, MG104 (323) 953-4000 ext 2851
http://catalog.lacitycollege.edu/pages/health.htm

HEALTH 002
HEALTH AND FITNESS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
DESCRIPTION: Course explores physical fitness as related to cardiovascular
capacity, nutrition, stress, and addictive substances.
0620 LEC 11:00 am - 12:05 pm M W PIERCE, N J MG 201
AND LAB - 2:05 hrs/wk TBA PIERCE, N J MG 201
0621 LEC 6:25 am - 7:25 am M W COWGILL, D P MG 201
AND LAB - 2:00 hrs/wk TBA COWGILL, D P MG 201
0622 LEC 6:25 am - 7:25 am T Th ROUSEY, S M MG 201
AND LAB - 2:00 hrs/wk TBA ROUSEY, S M MG 201
0623 LEC 7:40 am - 8:40 am M W COWGILL, D P MG 201
AND LAB - 2:00 hrs/wk TBA COWGILL, D P MG 201
0624 LEC 7:40 am - 8:40 am T Th ROUSEY, S M MG 201
AND LAB - 2:00 hrs/wk TBA ROUSEY, S M MG 201
0625 LEC 9:00 am - 10:00 am M W COWGILL, D P MG 201
AND LAB - 2:00 hrs/wk TBA COWGILL, D P MG 201
0627 LEC 9:00 am - 10:00 am T Th ROUSEY, S M MG 201
AND LAB - 2:00 hrs/wk TBA ROUSEY, S M MG 201
0629 LEC 10:35 am - 11:35 am M W COWGILL, D P MG 201
AND LAB - 2:00 hrs/wk TBA COWGILL, D P MG 201
1327 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:40 pm M W PIERCE, N J MG 201
AND LAB - 2:00 hrs/wk TBA PIERCE, N J MG 201
3340 LEC 6:50 pm - 8:55 pm T DIETRICH, J E MG 109B
AND LAB - 2:05 hrs/wk TBA DIETRICH, J E MG 109B
3341 LEC 6:50 pm - 8:55 pm W MCKINLEY, R S MG 201
AND LAB - 2:05 hrs/wk TBA MCKINLEY, R S MG 201

HEALTH 008
WOMEN’S PERSONAL HEALTH (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28/31.
DESCRIPTION: The course examines the personal and social dimensions of
women’s health and the development of strategies for empowerment in decision
making that impact changes and improvement in health welfare.
0626 LEC 1:45 pm - 3:10 pm T Th GEVANYAN, A MG 109B
0632 LEC 1:45 pm - 3:10 pm M W GEVANYAN, A MG 109B

HEALTH 011
PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

DESCRIPTION: Emphasis is on cognitive concepts and strategies of wellness for
the individuals personal community, vocational, and leadership roles.
0123 LEC 7:25 am - 8:50 am T Th PIERCE, N J MG 109B
0126 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm M W NISHIOKA, H H MG 109B
0127 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm T Th NISHIOKA, H H MG 109B
0630 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am T Th NISHIOKA, H H MG 109B
0631 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am M W NISHIOKA, H H MG 109B
0635 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:40 pm M W MCEVEETY, JS MG 201
0638 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:35 pm T Th CANO, T D MG 201
0640 LEC 1:45 pm - 3:10 pm T Th CANO, T D MG 201
0644 LEC 8:00 am - 11:10 am S RUSSELL, B P MG 201
3328 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA PIERCE, N J ON LINE
3332 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm M GEVANYAN, A MG 109B
3337 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm W CANO, T D MG 201
3338 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm Th CANO, T D MG 201

 

HISTORY

Chair: Wendel Eckford, JH 200G (323) 953-4000 ext. 2955
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/socsci/index.html


HISTORY 011
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Meets the State requirements and degree requirements in U.S.
History, U.S. Constitution, and California State and Local Government. A survey of
the political, social and constitutional history of the United States from the colonial
settlements through the Civil War.
0279 LEC 7:25 am - 8:50 am T Th MOON, M C FH 210
0295 LEC 9:35 am - 12:45 pm S SHERIDAN, P D FH 210
0654 LEC 7:25 am - 8:50 am M W MOON, M C FH 210
0656 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am T Th CUDDIHY, W FH 210
0658 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am M W MOON, M C FH 210
0659 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm T Th ECKFORD, W V FH 210
8160 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm T Th ECKFORD, W V FH 210
8165 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:35 pm M W STAFF STAFF FH 210
3346 LEC 3:30 pm - 6:40 pm W FONSECA C, H R FH 210
3347 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T SAMUELSON, R S FH 218
3349 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm Th BRITTON, G W FH 210

HISTORY 012
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

The student learns the main events, personalities, and themes of the social and
political history of the U.S. in the 20th & 21st Centuries by focusing on their overall
impact including a discussion of the country-s central institutions. The student
identifies, discusses and describes the historical importance of the events of the
period in question.
3
058 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T SOTO, J FH 210

HISTORY 013
THE UNITED STATES IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
(UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Meets the State requirements and A.A. degree requirements in U.S.
History, U.S. Constitution, and California State and Local Government. A survey
of the major foreign and domestic policies of the United States in the twentieth
century.
0316 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am T Th PELTON, R K FH 117

 

 

HUMANITIES
Chair: Eiko K. Chatel, DH312B (323) 953-4000 ext. 2737
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/forlang/index.html

HUMANITIES 006
GREAT PEOPLE, GREAT AGES (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67. Introduction to ideas and methods in the Humanities.
Exploration of the way in which individuals and groups create meaning in their lives
and in the world around them.
0666 LEC 7:25 am - 8:50 am T Th WALZER, A H DH 310
0667 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am M W WALZER, A H DH 310

HUMANITIES 008
GREAT WOMEN, GREAT ERAS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67. Students are introduced to the ideas and methods
in gender studies. A wide range of conceptions of gender identities across cultures
and historical eras are explored. Various course topics covered include: how
women have resisted oppression, how women have found sources of power in
family, friends, work and education, how sexuality is constructed across time and
place, and how gender relations continue to evolve.
0669 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm T Th WALZER, A H DH 310

HUMANITIES 020
JAPANESE CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: A survey of Japanese civilization: the historical and cultural
backgrounds, religion, philosophy, socio-political institutions and art forms.
0670 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:35 pm M W CHATEL, E J DH 306


HUMANITIES 030
THE BEGINNINGS OF CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Introduction to ancient cultures and world religions. Examination of
the foundation texts, art and ideas of various world cultures.
0671 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm M W O CONNELL, C B DH 310


HUMANITIES 031
PEOPLE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: A continuing study of world cultural and social development from
the Renaissance to the present day.
1951 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am T Th WALZER, A H DH 310


HUMANITIES 045
KOREAN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: A survey of Korean civilization: the historical and cultural
backgrounds, religion, philosophy, socio-political institution and art forms.
0676 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:35 pm M W LEE, J AD 204


ITALIAN
Division Chair: Eiko K. Chatel, DH312B (323) 953-4000 ext. 2737

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

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

PREREQUISITE: Italian 1 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: Completes elementary Italian grammar with emphasis on written
and spoken language. Class assignments will include one hour TBA per week in
the Foreign Language Laboratory - DH 319.
0692 LEC 9:00 am - 10:10 am MTWTh SCHERILLO, R BUNG 12
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319


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

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

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

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67. Corresponds to the first year of high school
Japanese. Fundamentals of pronunciation and grammar, basic vocabulary, useful
phrases; reading and writing with Romanized alphabet and Japanese scripts,
basic facts on the geography, customs and culture of Japan. Class meets 6 hours;
5 hours lecture. 1 hour TBA in the lab.
0699 LEC 9:00 am - 10:10 am MTWTh FUKUSHIMA, N J DH 306
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319
3366 LEC 6:50 pm - 9:20 pm T Th KIKUNAGA, K DH 306
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319

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

PREREQUISITE: Japanese 1 Completes Elementary Japanese I. Continues to teach
fundamentals of pronunciation and grammar. 100 additional Chinese characters
will be introduced. Continues to introduce Japanese geography, customs and
culture of Japan. Class meets 6 hours; 5 hours lecture. 1 hour T B A
in the lab.
0700 LEC 7:25 am - 8:35 am MTWTh TAKEMORI, K DH 306
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319
3365 LEC 6:50 pm - 9:20 pm M W HASHIBE, M DH 306
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319

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

PREREQUISITE: Japanese 2. Continues the study of grammar and vocabulary
building for conversational fluency and written composition. Begins the study of
short narrative writing. Class meets 6 hours; 5 hours lecture. 1 hour TBA in the lab.
8167 LEC 10:35 am - 11:50 am MTWTh CHATEL, E J DH 306
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319

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

PREREQUISITE: Japanese 3 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent. Completes the
study of fundamental grammar and provides additional training in grammar, written
composition, and use of idioms. Greater emphasis is placed on the knowledge and
use of Kanji. Continues the reading of short narrative stories. Class meets 6
hours; 5 hours lecture. 1 hour TBA in the lab.
8168 LEC 10:35 am - 11:50 am MTWTh CHATEL, E J DH 306
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319

 

JOURNALISM
Chair: Daniel Marlos, CHEM 11 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2835

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

JOURNALISM 101
COLLECTING AND WRITING NEWS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28.
DESCRIPTION: Some typing is required. This introductory course stresses
instruction and practice in news gathering and news writing. Extensive practical
writing experience is geared to news publications and the news media.
0706 LEC 10:35 am - 12:00 pm M W GUESS, R D WKFC 7C
3368 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm M GUESS, R D WKFC 7D

JOURNALISM 105
MASS COMMUNICATIONS (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: A survey of America’s
mass communications systems and how they affect human behavior in relation to
social, political and economic institutions. Newspapers, magazines, TV, advertising,
public relations, records and films will be included.
0707 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am M W BURTON, R WKFC 7C

JOURNALISM 185
DIRECTED STUDY - JOURNALISM (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2

ADVISORY: English 28.
8173 LEC - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA GUESS, R D WKFC 7C

JOURNALISM 217
PUBLICATION LABORATORY (CSU) - 2.00 UNITS Rpt 3

CO-REQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in Journalism 218. ADVISORY: English
28/31 or equivalent. DESCRIPTION: Laboratory experience for writers, editors
and photographers. Stresses hands on application of journalism and photographic
skills through production of college newspaper. Desktop editing and publishing
techniques will be covered. (Los Angeles Collegian newspaper staff class).
0708 LAB - 6:25 hrs/wk TBA GUESS, R D WKFC 2B

JOURNALISM 218
PRACTICAL EDITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 3

PREREQUISITE: Journalism 101 with a satisfactory or better. CO-REQUISITE:
Concurrent enrollment in Journalism 217. ADVISORY:
English 28/31. DESCRIPTION: Introduction to Macintosh desktop publishing
techniques plus an emphasis on practical news writing and editing skills. Designed
for students who want to become professional writers, photographers and editors.
(Los Angeles Collegian newspaper staff class).
0709 LEC 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm M W GUESS, R D WKFC 2B
AND LAB - 6:00 hrs/wk TBA GUESS, R D WKFC 2B

JOURNALISM 219
TECHNIQUES FOR STAFF EDITORS (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 2

PREREQUISITE: Journalism 218. (Los Angeles Collegian editorial board). Required
class for all Collegian staff editors.
ADVISORY: English 28/31.
0710 LAB - 3:30 hrs/wk TBA GUESS, R D WKFC 7C

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

This course allows journalism students to the pursue Directed Study on a contract
basis under the direction of a supervising instructor.
8175 LEC - 2:05 hrs/wk TBA GUESS, R D WKFC 7C

 

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

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

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

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67 or equivalent. Pronunciation and grammar, practical
vocabulary, useful phrases; basic facts on the geography, customs and culture of
Korea.
0715 LEC 7:25 am - 8:35 am MTWTh HONG, M J DH 304
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF DH 319
3377 LEC 6:50 pm - 9:20 pm M W LEE, J CCW 237
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF TBA


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

PREREQUISITE: Korean 1 with a satisfactory grade or equivalent.
ADVISORY: English 28/67 Completes Elementary Korean I emphasizing reading of
elementary texts and spoken language.
0716 LEC 9:00 am - 10:10 am MTWTh HONG, M J DH 304
AND LAB - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA STAFF STAFF TBA

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

PREREQUISITE: Korean 2 or the equivalent. A review of grammar and idiomatic
expression. Intensive and extensive reading and discussion of Korean tradition and
contemporary culture and social issues.
0717 LEC 10:35 am - 11:45 am MTWTh HONG, M J DH 305

KOREAN 010
KOREAN CIVILIZATION (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

ADVISORY: English 28 and 67. DESCRIPTION: Open to all students. Lectures and
discussions in English.
1743 LEC 12:10 pm - 1:35 pm M W LEE, J AD 204
 

 
LAW
Chair: Tim Sweetman, HH12 (323) 953-4000 ext. 2753
Paralegal Coordinator: Dr. Richard Lewis, HH200D (323) 953-4000 ext 2757

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ttp://www.lacitycollege.edu/academic/departments/law/index.html

LAW 001
BUSINESS LAW I (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

DESCRIPTION: Lectures and class discussions relate to the logical reasoning and
application of the United States, business torts and crimes, government regulation
of business, contracts, fraud, duress, contractual capacity, agency, property law,
and law of sales. Law 2 is required to complete the knowledge of business law.
0133 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA LANZER, K C ON LINE
0283 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA LEWIS, R P ON LINE
0726 LEC 1:45 pm - 3:10 pm T Th VARGAS, W I HH 203
0727 LEC 9:00 am - 10:25 am M W LEWIS, R P HH 204
0728 LEC 9:00 am - 12:10 pm F LANZER, K C HH 203
0729 LEC 10:30 am - 12:00 pm T Th STAFF HH 204
3374 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm Th DUFFY, T E HH 205
3376 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm M DUFFY, T E HH 205

LAW 002
BUSINESS LAW II (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

DESCRIPTION: This course is necessary for a well-rounded knowledge of
business rules. Topics include product liability, consumer law, sole proprietorship,
partnership, corporation, agency commercial papers, negotiable instruments,
drafts, checks, promissory notes, guarantors, co-signers, banking procedures,
letters of credit, import and export, bankers’ acceptance, bill of lading, warehouse,
receipt, secured transactions, insurance, bankruptcy, estates and trusts.
3732 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T DUFFY, T E HH 205

LAW 003
CIVIL RIGHTS AND THE LAW (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

The student examines the law and related problems concerning civil rights, due
process, freedom of expression, freedom of religion, racial equality, and democratic
processes. The emphasis is on recent court decisions and international trends.
3050 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm Th LANZER, K C HH 207
3372 LEC 5:15 pm - 6:40 pm M W DUFFY, T E HH 205

LAW 004
DIRECTED FIELD WORK IN LEGAL ASSISTING

(CSU) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 1
DESCRIPTION: Under instructor’s direction and guidelines, paralegal students will
be assigned to law related institutions, such as Courts, District and City Attorney’s
offices, private law firms, or law libraries to demonstrate their vocational abilities
and employability.
3011 LEC 5:15 pm - 6:40 pm M W VARGAS, W I HH 207
AND LAB - 6:10 hrs/wk TBA VARGAS, W I HH 207

LAW 010
INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL ASSISTANT I (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

DESCRIPTION: An introductory course in formalizing the career of the legal
assistant. Also an introduction to legal terminology and bibliography, including
research problems.
3370 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm M VARGAS, W I  HH 204

LAW 011
INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL ASSISTANT II (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment or completion of Law 10.
DESCRIPTION: This course is a continuation of Law 10 with a study of the methods
used in trial preparations; a detailed examination of civil cases and an introduction
to legal drafting and writing.
3382 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm T LEWIS, R P HH 204

LAW 012
TORT LAW AND CLAIMS INVESTIGATION (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS
PREREQUISITE: Law 10 and English 101.

DESCRIPTION: This course will provide an introduction to the broad area of civil
wrongs and their appropriate remedies as well as Tort Law principles in the
traditional areas of international torts, negligence, strict liability, nuisance, and the
commonly employed defences.
1010 LEC 9:00 am - 12:20 pm S MURPHY, S S HH 205

LAW 017
LEGAL WRITING (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITES: Law 10 and English 101. Students study advanced legal drafting
and writing, including special research projects.
0287 LEC 9:00 am - 12:10 pm S VARGAS, W I HH 203

LAW 018
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LAW (UC:CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Law/Paralegal 10 and English 101 with satisfactory grades or
equivalent. DESCRIPTION: This course presents fundamental common law and
statutory concepts of family law with emphasis on California’s Community Property
Laws.
0132 LEC 12:30 pm - 3:50 pm S VARGAS, W I HH 204

LAW 019
PROPERTY AND CREDITOR RIGHTS - 3.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Law/Paralegal 10 and English 101 with satisfactory grades or
equivalent. DESCRIPTION: This course is an introduction to Real Property Law
Practice. Topics include property rights, types of land ownership, agreement for
sale, financing, conveyancing, settlement procedures, recording and post-closing
matters in residential and commercial real estate. This course will also cover real
estate leasing agreements. Additionally, ethical issues will be discussed.
3049 LEC 6:50 pm - 10:00 pm W DUFFY, T E HH 205

LAW 033
LAW AND THE MEDIA (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

The student examines the federal, state, and local laws that most directly affect
mass communication in the United States, focusing on: a basic understanding
of the American legal system, its institutions, and some of its terminology; a
broad understanding of First Amendment principles as they relate to mass
communication; and a working knowledge of the laws that directly restrict or
enhance information gathering and message dissemination in the mass media,
and an understanding of the rationales behind those laws.
3381 LEC 3:30 pm - 6:40 pm T LEWIS, R P HH 204

LAW 038
CRIMINAL LAW & PROCEDURE - 3.00 UNITS

DESCRIPTION: This course will provide students with an overview of the substantive
and procedural rights of the accused. The student will study the nature, purpose,
and principles of through appeal. Further, by developing knowledge of the
elements of legal documents in a criminal case. Special topics of interest such as
plea-bargaining, youthful offender adjudication, extradition and wiretapping will be
studied in detail.
3736 LEC 5:15 pm - 6:40 pm T Th LANZER, K C HH 107

LAW 051
LEGAL RESEARCH FOR PARALEGALS (CSU) - 3.00 UNITS

PREREQUISITE: Law/Paralegal 10 and English 101 with satisfactory grades or
equivalent.
DESCRIPTION: The student will gain a working knowledge of legal research
methods, both in traditional print and electronic formats. The student will be
exposed to material not necessarily covered in other courses.
3739 LEC 3:30 pm - 6:50 pm W LANZER, K C HH 207

 

LEARNING SKILLS
Chair: Maryanne Des Vignes, LIB103C (323) 953-4000 ext 2776

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/services/learningskills/index.html 

LEARNING SKILLS 001A
READING (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

DESCRIPTION: Individualized reading instruction for English as a Native Language
(ENL) and English as a Second Language (ESL) students from beginning to
advanced college level. Students will progress from reading sentences and
paragraphs to short selections and excerpts from novels.
0742 LEC - 2:50 hrs/wk TBA ILANO, C B LRC 103A
3741 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA BRADY, R LRC 103A
8179 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA MATRANGA, S B   CH 109

LEARNING SKILLS 001B
READING (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

DESCRIPTION: Individualized reading instruction for English as a Native Language
(ENL) and English as a Second Language (ESL) students from beginning to
advanced college level. Students will progress from reading sentences and
paragraphs to short selections and excerpts from novels.
3757 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA DES VIGNES, M LRC 103A
8183 LAB - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ILANO, C B LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 001C
READING (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

DESCRIPTION: Individualized reading instruction for English as a Native Language
(ENL) and English as a Second Language (ESL) students from beginning to
advanced college level. Students will progress from reading sentences and
paragraphs to short selections and excerpts from novels.
8185 LAB - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ILANO, C B LRC 103A
8186 LEC - 1:25 hrs/wk TBA DES VIGNES, M LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 002C
ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

DESCRIPTION: This course is a review of advanced grammar. Students will receive
instruction in correct pronoun usage, clear reference, placement of modifiers,
glossary of usage, and capitalization rules.
3745 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 003A
VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

DESCRIPTION: This course provides instruction in the articulation and
pronunciation of English consonants, vowels, and dipthongs to improve English
communication skills.
0746 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA DES VIGNES, M LRC 103C
(16 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2010, Ends 6/7/2010 )

LEARNING SKILLS 003B
VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

DESCRIPTION: This course helps students develop English conversational skills at
a beginning level.
0751 LAB - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA DES VIGNES, M LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 003C
VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

This course helps the student develop English conversational skills at an
intermediate level. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be
placed in an appropriate intermediate conversation program. Students may enroll
through the twelfth week of the semester. This course is open to all students.
Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis. (RPT3)
0747 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA DES VIGNES, M LRC 103C

LEARNING SKILLS 003D
VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

DESCRIPTION: This course helps students develop vocabulary definition and
context skills at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced level.
0748 LEC - 2:50 hrs/wk TBA KIJEWSKI, E B LRC 103A
0749 LEC - 2:50 hrs/wk TBA JANNOL, M LRC 103A
8206 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 003E
VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

This course is a review of child development or nutrition vocabulary. Students
will receive instruction in the study of human development, theories, heredity
and environment, human development, biosocial, cognitive, and psychosocial
development/(nutrition vocabulary) food choices: nutrition tools and standards;
the human body and nutrition; carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins; vitamins,
water and minerals; energy, balance and body weight; nutrients, physical activity
and the body’s responses; diet and health; nutrition for the mother and infant;
nutrition for the child, the teen, and the older adult; and hunger and the global
environment. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed
in an appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the
semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are based on a credit/nocredit
basis. This course is repeatable three times.
8211 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 006A
ACADEMIC STUDY SKILLS (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS

This course will introduce students to academic study skills. Students will be
introduced to making transitions to higher learning, first steps to self-discovery, time
management, discovering how to learn, memorization, and reading. Depending
upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed in an appropriate study
skills program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the semester. This
course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis.
0754 LEC - 2:50 hrs/wk TBA ADUNNI, O LRC 103A
5215 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ILANO, C B LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 006B
ACADEMIC STUDY SKILLS (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS

This course will introduce students to academic study skills. Students will
be introduced to note taking, test-taking strategies, critical thinking, and
communicating. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be
placed in an appropriate study skills program. Students may enroll through the
twelfth week of the semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a
credit/no-credit basis.
0217 LAB - 1:25 hrs/wk TBA ILANO, C B LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 006C
ACADEMIC STUDY SKILLS (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS

This course will introduce students to academic study skills. Students will be
introduced to diversity, computer technology, health awareness, and career
planning. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed
in an appropriate study skills program. Students may enroll through the twelfth
week of the semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/
no-credit basis.
0218 LAB - 1:25 hrs/wk TBA ILANO, C B LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 007A
BASIC COMPOSITION (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS

DESCRIPTION: This course offers beginning writing instruction which focuses on
basic sentence structures and paragraph development.
0758 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA SMITH, A L CH 109
8220 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA MATRANGA, S B CH 109

LEARNING SKILLS 007B
BASIC COMPOSITION (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS

DESCRIPTION: This course offers intermediate writing instruction which focuses on
basic sentence structures and three-paragraph essay development.
0761 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA SMITH, A L CH 109

LEARNING SKILLS 009A
METRIC SYSTEM (NDA) - 0.50 UNITS

This course will introduce students to the concepts of the metric system such as
length, perimeter, and area. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students
will be placed in an appropriate metric system program. Students may enroll
through the twelfth week of the semester. This course is open to all students.
Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis.
8229 LEC - 1:25 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 009B
METRIC SYSTEM (NDA) - 0.50 UNITS

This course will introduce students to the concepts of the metric system such as
volume and capacity, and weight. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment,
students will be placed in an appropriate metric system program. Students may
enroll through the twelfth week of the semester. This course is open to all students.
Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis.
0762 LAB - 1:25 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 010A
MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
Individualized review of basic mathematics skills involving whole number properties,
order of operations, exponents, prime numbers, and fractions. Depending upon
the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed in an appropriate program.
Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the semester. This course is open
to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis. (RPT3)
0764 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA VANGOR, R A LRC 103A
3763 LEC 3:30 pm - 6:40 pm M DAO, H C LRC 103A
8232 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ADELEYE, A LRC 103A
8234 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA MATRANGA, S B CH 109

LEARNING SKILLS 010B
MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
Individualized review of basic mathematics skills involving fractions and
decimals. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed
in an appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the
semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit
basis. (RPT3)
0765 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA VANGOR, R A LRC 103A
8238 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ADELEYE, A LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 010C
MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
Individualized review of basic mathematics skills involving ratios and proportions,
percents, simple geometry, statistical graph analysis, and signed numbers.
Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed in an
appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the
semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit
basis. (RPT3)
0766 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ADELEYE, A LRC 103A
3243 LAB 3:30 pm - 6:35 pm W ADELEYE, A LRC 103A
8242 LAB - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA MATRANGA, S B CH 109

LEARNING SKILLS 011A
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

Individualized review of basic algebra skills involving the language of algebra and
equations and inequalities. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the
semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit
basis. (RPT3)
0768 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ADELEYE, A LRC 103A
0769 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA VANGOR, R A LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 011B
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

Individualized review of basic algebra skills involving polynomials and factoring.
Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed in an
appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the
semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit
basis. (RPT3)
0770 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA VANGOR, R A LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 011C
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

Individualized review of basic algebra skills involving rational expressions and
graphing. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed
in an appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the
semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit
basis. (RPT3) .
0773 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ADELEYE, A LRC 103A
0774 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA VANGOR, R A LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 011D
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

Individualized review of basic algebra skills involving graphing and inequalities and
linear equations. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be
placed in an appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week
of the semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/nocredit
basis. (RPT3)
0776 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ADELEYE, A LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 011E
ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
Individualized review of basic algebra skills involving exponents and radicals and
quadratic equations. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be
placed in an appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week
of the semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/nocredit
basis. (RPT3)
0778 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ADELEYE, A LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 015A
OVERCOMING MATH ANXIETY (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

This course, LS15A - Overcoming Math Anxiety: Basic Math, is designed to
reduce math anxiety and build self-confidence so that math concepts of addition,
subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, word problems, ratios
and proportions and squares/square roots will be comprehensible. A placement
test will be given to prescribe an appropriate math module. Depending upon
the diagnostic assessment outcome, students will be placed in an appropriate
program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the semester. This
course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis. (RPT3)
0779 LEC 12:45 pm - 3:05 pm M ALLEN, J F LRC 103
(5 Week Class - Starts 2/22/2010, Ends 4/5/2010 )

LEARNING SKILLS 015B
OVERCOMING MATH ANXIETY (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

This course, LS15B - Overcoming Math Anxiety: Beginning Algebra, is designed to
reduce math anxiety and build self-confidence so that algebraic concepts of basic
algebra, equations and inequalities, linear equations, operations of monomials and
polynomials, algebraic fractions, graphing linear systems, radical expressions,
and quadratic equations will be comprehensible. Depending upon the diagnostic
assessment outcome, students will be placed in an appropriate program. Students
may enroll through the twelfth week of the semester. This course is open to all
students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis. (RPT3)
0780 LEC 12:45 pm - 3:05 pm M ALLEN, J F LRC 103
(7 Week Class - Starts 4/12/2010, Ends 5/24/2010 )

LEARNING SKILLS 015C
OVERCOMING MATH ANXIETY (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS

This course, LS15C - Overcoming Math Anxiety: Intermediate Algebra, is designed
to reduce math anxiety and build self-confidence so that algebraic concepts of
real numbers, first-degree equations and inequalities, systems of equations and
inequalities, polynomials and exponents, rational expressions, rational exponents
and radicals, quadratic equations and inequalities, functions and relations,
exponential and logarithmic function, sequences and series, and conic sections
will be comprehensible. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment outcome,
students will be placed in an appropriate program. Students may enroll through
the twelfth week of the semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are
on a credit/no-credit basis. (RPT3)
0781 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 024A
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF TUTORING (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS

This course is designed to provide theory and practice in tutoring sessions.
Emphasis is placed upon the tutoring process, tutees’ academic needs,
recordkeeping, and learning styles. Also, tutor training will be provided in each
tutor’s discipline. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the semester.
This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis.
0782 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 104C
0783 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA ILANO, C B LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 040
INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING DISABILITIES (NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

0784 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA MATRANGA, S B CH 109
0785 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA SMITH, A L CH 109

LEARNING SKILLS 041
STUDY STRATEGIES FOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

(NDA) - 3.00 UNITS Rpt 2
0786 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA SMITH, A L CH 109
AND LAB - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA SMITH, A L CH 109

LEARNING SKILLS 043
ADAPTIVE WORD PROCESSING OPERATIONS
(NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

0787 LEC - 3:10 hrs/wk TBA SMITH, A L CH 109

LEARNING SKILLS 052
TEST PREPARATION FOR THE GED: LITERATURE AND ARTS

(NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
ADVISORIES: English 20, LS 1 A-C.
This course is designed to prepare students to pass the General Educational
Development (GED): Literature and the Arts Test. It will include critical thinking
skills - reading comprehension skills, interpret graphs, analysis in literature and
the arts, tone and style/prose fiction, interpret poetry, interpret drama, interpret
plays, interpret non-fiction and commentaries. Depending upon the diagnostic
assessment, students will be placed in an appropriate program. Students may
enroll through the twelfth week of the semester. This course is open to all students.
Grades are on a credit/no-credit basis. (RPT3)
8585 LEC - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A
AND LAB - 4:15 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 053
TEST PREPARATION FOR THE GED: WRITING SKILLS
(NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

ADVISORIES: English 20, LS 2A-C, LS 7A-C. This course is designed to prepare
students to pass the General Educational Development Test (GED): Writing
Skills Test. It will include basic grammar and usage skills, sentence structure,
capitalization, spelling, and the essay. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment,
students will be placed in an appropriate program. Students may enroll through
the twelfth week of the semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are
on a credit/no-credit basis. (RPT3)
8586 LEC - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A
AND LAB - 4:15 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 054
TEST PREPARATION FOR GED: SCIENCE TEST

(NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3
ADVISORIES: English 20, LS1 A-C. This course is designed to prepare students
to pass the General Educational Development (GED): Science Test. It will
include biology, earth science, astronomy, geology, meteorology, chemistry, and
physics. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed in
an appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the
semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit
basis. (RPT3)
8587 LEC - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A
AND LAB - 4:15 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 055
TEST PREPARATION FOR THE GED: MATHEMATICS
(NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

ADVISORIES: Math 105, LS 10A-C. This course is designed to prepare students
to pass the General Educational Development (GED): Mathematics Test. It will
include arithmetic, the metric system, algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability
problems. Depending upon the diagnostic assessment, students will be placed
in an appropriate program. Students may enroll through the twelfth week of the
semester. This course is open to all students. Grades are on a credit/no-credit
basis. (LPT3)
8588 LEC - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A
AND LAB - 4:15 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 056
TEST PREPARATION FOR THE GED: SOCIAL SCIENCE
(NDA) - 1.00 UNITS Rpt 3

DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare students to pass the GED:
Social Science Test. It will include the thirteen English colonies, the Revolutionary
War, inflation and its effects, the various branches of government, time zones,
anthropology, sociology, and psychology.
8589 LEC - 1:05 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A
AND LAB - 4:15 hrs/wk TBA ALLEN, J F LRC 103A

LEARNING SKILLS 485
INTERNET RESEARCH (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
The Internet Research course teaches students how to use search engines; basic
and advanced searches with boolean operators; how to locate, store, and retrieve
materials in various content fields; how to critically evaluate these sources;
and how to use and cite electronic resources. Depending upon the diagnostic
assessment, students will be placed in an appropriate program. Students may
enroll through the twelfth week of the semester. Grades are on a credit/no-credit
basis. (RPT2)
3901 LAB - 2:05 hrs/wk TBA DES VIGNES, M LRC 103A


 

LIBRARY SCIENCE
Chair: Barbara Vasquez, LIB216 (323) 953-4000 ext 2407

http://www.lacitycollege.edu/resource/library/index.html

LIBRARY SCIENCE 101
LIBRARY RESEARCH METHODS (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS

DESCRIPTION: The student learns basic research skills. This is a self-paced
course in the use of the library and its print and selected online resources and the
rudiments of research.
8281 LAB - 1:00 hr/wk TBA GODDARD, R K LIB 119

 

LINGUISTICS

Chair: Tammy Robinson, JH300A (323) 953-4000 ext 2700

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

LIBRARY SCIENCE 101
LIBRARY RESEARCH METHODS (CSU) - 1.00 UNITS
DESCRIPTION: The student learns basic research skills. This is a self-paced
course in the use of the library and its print and selected online resources and the
rudiments of research.
8281 LAB - 1:00 hr/wk TBA GODDARD, R K LIB 119
 

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