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AMERI 125 AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS 3.0
Constitution of United States; American history, including American institutions and ideals; principles of state and local government established under California constitution; present-day applications and interpretation. No credit if taken after AmerI 5 or Pols 1. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
ANTHR 1 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.0
Explore the field of physical anthropology, emphasizing the evolution of the human species. Topics include human heredity, mechanisms of human change, human variation, and the reconstruction of human evolutionary history through examination of the fossil record and comparative studies of our closest biological relatives, the living apes. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
ANTHR 1L LABORATORY IN PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1.
Laboratory to explore selected topics in physical anthropology including genetics human variation, the living primates, and human paleontology. Total of 54 hours lab.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
ANTHR 2 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.0
Origin, development and extensiveness of socio-economic groups such as tribe, clan and family; religious phenomena such as ritual, belief and worship; language phenomena and thought processes. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
ANTHR 3 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY 3.0
Prehistory and culture growth; contributions to understanding of human culture; major archaeological discoveries and methods; relation to anthropology and other social disciplines. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
ANTHR 3L INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL LABORATORY METHODS 2.0
Prerequisite: Anth 3.
An introduction to the concepts and methodologies used by archaeologists to examine varied types of archaeological materials. Basic instruction in artifact handling, identification, classification, cataloging, analysis, and curation. Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review.
 
ANTHR 4 ANTHROPOLOGY OF RELIGION, MAGIC, WITCHCRAFT 3.0
An introduction to anthropology through analysis of the origins and development of supernatural beliefs from prehistoric people to contemporary societies using archaeological examples, cross-cultural ethnographic studies. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
ANTHR 5 INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY 3.0
Overview of human languages, their unique nature, characteristics, the varied social and cultural uses of language, the ways culture and communication mutually influence each other, including language socialization, social variation in language use and cross cultural communication. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
ANTHR 6 ORIGINS OF CIVILIZATION 3.0
Introduction to the origins and development of human culture, from the beginning of tool use to the rise of civilization and the origins of the modern state. An archaeological exploration of some of the most prominent ancient sites and civilizations from both the Old and New Worlds. Topics include early tool use, the domestication of plants and animals, the emergence of metallurgy, advent of writing, early village life, and rise of complex social and political systems (civilizations). Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review.
 
ANTHR 12 AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURES 3.0
Introduction to the societies and cultures of Native North America, their beliefs and behaviors. Topics include social organization, marriage and kinship, subsistence strategies, political organization and cultural change. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer credit: CSU; UC
 
ANTHR 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: Anth 1 or Anth 2.
Individual research project; emphasis on field work or on library research techniques; written reports. Total of 54 hours lab.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
ANTHR 30A ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES - MESA VERDE, COLORADO 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1, 2, or 3.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 30B ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: RIO GRANDE PUEBLOS-NEW MEXICO 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 30C ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: CALIFORNIA 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 30D ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: ROCKY MOUNTAINS 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 30E ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: ENGLAND 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 30F ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: ITALY 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 30G ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 30H APPLICATIONS OF ARCHEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of one of the following: Anth 1, 2, 3, or 4.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 30I ANTHROPOLOGICAL FIELD STUDIES: BAJA CALIFORNIA 2.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Anth 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Field investigation of the regional cultures and cultural artifacts in selected areas of the world. Required instructional trips (an average of two hours each week). Total of 18 hours lecture and 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
ANTHR 31 MEXICAN AND CHICANO CULTURE 3.0
Analysis of Mexican-American culture and society; religion, political interests, economy, customs, institutions; cultural adaptation of the Mexican-American to the dominant culture. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
ANTHR 110 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN ANTHROPOLOGY 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in anthropology courses; orientation to applications of computer-based technology in anthropology; time management; textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Maximum credit 4 units, 1 unit each semester. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 10 PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN 3.0
Examination of the underlying theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs, environnments, emphasizing the key role of relationships, constructive adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies in supporting physical, social, creative and intellectual development for all young children. Includes a review of the historical roots of early childhood education programs and the evolution of the professional practices promoting advocacy, ethics, and professional identity. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 11 PRINCIPLES OF INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOPMENT 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psyc 21 or 121.
Introduction to curriculum planning for infant and toddler programs in a child care center; environmental factors in young childrenÆs learning; materials, activities and teaching techniques. Field site observations included. Recommended enrollment in CHDV 13A, B or C. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU.
 
CHDV 13A PRACTICUM IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT 4.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psyc 21 or 121; enrollment in one or more CHDV courses by maintaining enrollment of 7 units or more including field practice.
Demonstration of developmentally appropriate early childhood teaching competencies under the supervision of CHDV faculty and other qualified early education professionals. Practical classroom experiences to make connections between theory and practice, develop professional behaviors, and build a comprehensive understanding of children and families, including understanding of early intervention needs and practices. Emphasis on child centered, play-oriented approaches to teaching, learning and assessment; and knowledge of curriculum content areas as student teachers design, implement and evaluate experiences that promote positive development and learning for young children. Total of 36 hours lecture and 180 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 13B CHILD DEVELOPMENT FIELD PRACTICE 4.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 13A and enrollment in one or more CHDV courses and maintain enrollment of 7 units or more including field practice.
Intermediate supervised field practice in approved group programs for children from infancy through school age, planning and guiding their learning and routine activities; practical application of theoretical concepts. Meets partial fulfillment of the state requirement for the California Child Development Permit. Total of 18 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 13C CHILD DEVELOPMENT FIELD PRACTICE 4.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 13B and enrollment in one or more CHDV courses and maintain enrollment of 7 units or more including field practice.
Advanced supervised field practice in approved group programs for children from infancy through school age, planning and guiding their learning and routine activities; practical application of theoretical concepts. Meets partial fulfillment of the state requirement for the California Child Development Permit. Total of 18 hours lecture and 270 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 14 OBSERVATION AND ASSESSMENT OF YOUNG CHILDREN 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psych 21
This course focuses on the appropriate use of assessment and observation strategies to document development, behavior, growth, play and learning in order to join with families and professionals in promoting children's success and maintaining quality programs. Recording strategies, rating systems, portfolios, and multiple assessment methods are explored. Child/student observations will be conducted and analyzed. Recommended CHDV 13A and 20. Total of 54 lecture hours.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review.
 
CHDV 15 PRINCIPLES OF HOME, SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY 3.0
Recommended Preparation: CHDV 10 and Psyc 21 or 121.
An examination of the developing child in a societal context which focuses on the interrelationships of family, school, and community and emphasizes historical and socio-cultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development will be highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 16 HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psyc 21 or 121.
Introduction to the laws, regulations, standards, policies and procedures and early childhood curriculum related to child health safety and nutrition. The key components that ensure physical health, mental health and safety for both children and staff will be identified along with the importance of collaboration with families and health professionals. Focus on integrating the concepts into everyday planning and program development. CPR techniques, pediatric first aid; prevention and detection of child abuse. Recommended enrollment in CHDV 13A, B or C. No credit if taken after CHDV 116. Total of 54 hours lecture and 15 hours laboratory. Formerly CHDV 116.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review.
 
CHDV 17 TEACHING CHILDREN IN A DIVERSE SOCIETY 3.0
Development of social identities in diverse societies including theoretical and practical implications of oppression and privilege affecting young children, families, programs, classrooms, teaching, education and schooling. Exploration of various classroom strategies emphasizing culturally and linguistically appropriate anti-bias approaches supporting children in becoming competent members of a diverse society. Self-examination and reflection of one's own issues and understanding of educational principles in integrating social identity, stereotypes and bias, social and educational access, media, schooling, better informed teaching practices and/or program development. No credit if taken after CHDV 117. Total of 54 hours lecture. Formerly CHDV 117.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review.
 
CHDV 20 INTRODUCTION TO CURRICULUM PLANNING 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psyc 21 or 121.
Recommended Preparation: CHDV 13A.
Overview of knowledge and skills providing appropriate curriculum and environments for children from birth to age 6. A teacher's role in supporting development and engagement for young children. Strategies for developmentally-appropriate practice based on observation and assessments across the curriculum, including 1) academic content areas, 2) play, art, and creativity, 3) development of social-emotional, communication, and cognitive skills, and 4) emphasizing the essential role of play. Includes language and literacy, social and emotional learning, sensory learning, art and creativity, math and science. No credit if taken after CHDV 120. Total of 54 lecture hours. Formerly CHDV 120.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review.
 
CHDV 24A SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT-HEALTH AND SAFETY 2.0
Readings, discussions, papers and exercises focusing on topics of current and general interest in health and safety. Focus on critical thinking and analytic skills. Total of 36 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 24B SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT-CURRICULUM 2.0
Readings, discussions, papers and exercises focusing on topics of current and general interest in curriculum. Focus on critical thinking and analytic skills. Total of 36 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 24C SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENHT - THE YOUNG CHILD 2.0
Readings, discussions, papers and exercises focusing on topics of current and general interest regarding the young child. Focus on critical thinking and analytic skills. Total of 36 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 24D SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT-WORKING WITH PARENTS 2.0
Readings, discussions, papers and exercises focusing on topics of current and general interest in working with parents. Focus on critical thinking and analytic skills. Total of 36 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 24E SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT-MULTICULTURAL ISSUES 2.0
Readings, discussions, papers and exercises focusing on topics of current and general interest in multicultural issues. Focus on critical thinking and analytic skills. Total of 36 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 24F SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT-DISCIPLINE 2.0
Readings, discussions, papers and exercises focusing on topics of current and general interest in disciplining young children. Focus on critical thinking and analytic skills. Total of 36 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 24G SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT-ENVIRONMENT 2.0
Readings, discussions, papers and exercises focusing on topics of current and general interest in childcare environment. Focus on critical thinking and analytic skills. Total of 36 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 24H SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT-ADMINISTRATION 2.0
Readings, discussions, papers and exercises focusing on topics of current and general interest in administration of childcare centers. Focus on critical thinking and analytic skills. Total of 36 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
CHDV 110 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in the child development program; orientation to applications of computer-based technology; time management; textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 112A ADMINISTRATION 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psyc 21 or 121.
History and growth of nursery schools and day care centers; laws governing these institutional administrative functions; budgeting, personnel selection, records, policies; relationship of these schools to community resources, regulating agencies, parents and teachers. Recommended enrollment in CHDV 113A, B or C. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 112B ADVANCED ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 112A.
Current issues in administration, continuing education, schedules, state regulations, financial planning, budgeting, fees, salaries, insurance. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 116 HEALTH AND SAFETY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psych 21 or 121.
Focuses on the special needs of young children in regard to nutrition, health, safety and sanitation in group settings; CPR techniques, pediatric first aid; prevention and detection of child abuse. Recommended enrollment in CHDV 13A, B or C. Total of 54 hours lecture and 15 hours laboratory.
 
CHDV 117 CHILDREN IN A MULTI-CULTURAL SOCIETY 3.0
Prerequisite: None.
Principles and methods of working with multi-cultural young children; focuses on strategies, materials and resources designed to develop and enhance the multi-cultural experiences for young children in group settings. Recommended Socio 1. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 118 LANGUAGE ARTS AND LITERACY FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 3.0
Survey of young childrenÆs literature, strategies and activities for developing language and emerging literacy, birth through age eight. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 119 CHILD DEVELOPMENT ADULT SUPERVISION 3.0
Prerequisite: Psyc 21 or 121; and CHDV 10, 13A, 15, 120.
A study of the methods and principles of supervising adults in early childhood/child development programs. Emphasis is on the role of experienced classroom teachers who function as mentors/supervisors to new teachers while simultaneously addressing the needs of children, parents and other staff members. Upon completion of this class, students may be eligible to apply to participate in the Early Childhood Mentor Teacher Program. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 120 CURRICULUM PLANNING 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psych 21 or 121.
Planning and development of appropriate experiences for children, as playing and learning; emphasis on application of principles based on child development; attention to such curricular studies as sciences, language, literature and cooking. Recommended concurrent enrollment in CHDV 13A, B or C. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 128 AT-RISK INFANTS AND TODDLERS 3.0
Prerequisite: CHDV 10 and Psyc 21 or 121.
Early intervention strategies, curriculum and programs for infants and toddlers identified as at-risk for delays in growth and development. Effects of birth complications, child abuse and neglect, chronic poverty, undernourishment, violence and stressors that compromise development. Working with and supporting families, diversity and program practices. For educators and paraprofessionals. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
CHDV 196 CHILD DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY 1.0
Opportunity for child development and education students to study in their chosen specialization in child development at the advanced level by performing guided laboratory applications and exercises. Total of 9 hours lecture and 27 hours laboratory.
 
ECON 1A PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 3.0
Macro-economics. Introduction to concepts and tools of economic analysis; economic principles, problems and policies; nature and characteristics of economic systems, business organizations; aggregative economics, including national income, monetary and fiscal policy and international trade. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
ECON 1B PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 3.0
Prerequisite: Econ 1A.
Micro-economics. Price analysis, income distribution, comparative economic systems, international trade and economic problems of public utilities, transportation and agriculture. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
ECON 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: One semester of economics and permission of departmentchairperson.
Individual projects; research techniques; written reports. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
ECON 110 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN ECONOMICS 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in economics courses; orientation to applications of computer-based technologies in economics; time management; textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
EDUC 13 TEACHER PREPARATION FOUNDATIONS AND FIELD EXPRIENCE 3.0
Prerequisite: Maintain enrollment in 7 or more units including field practice.
Theoretical concepts. Observation methodology. Social, philosophical and political foundations of education. Fundamental knowledge of the American educational system in urban multicultural schools. Supervised field experience in approved educational settings from kindergarten through high school. Observation, planning and guiding learning. Routine classroom activities. Practical application of theoretical concepts. Field experience hours may be used to meet CSU Teacher Preparation admissions requirements. Serves as a foundation for future induction into the classroom. Total of 36 hours lecture and 90 hours field experience.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
EDUC 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Individual projects; research techniques; written reports. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
EDUC 30 TEACHING AS A PROFESSION 3.0
For prospective teachers: professional responsibilities and duties; classroom visitation, assisting. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
EDUC 100 TUTORING TECHNIQUES 1.0
Introduction to various learning styles, tutorial strategies and techniques; selected problems encountered by those rendering tutorial service. Recommended tutor eligibility requirements, which include faculty referral and satisfactory score on any required department diagnostic test. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
EDUC 113 SCHOOL AGE FIELD PRACTICE 4.0
Prerequisite: Maintain enrollemnt in 7 or more units, including field practice; concurrent enrollment in other education courses.
Supervised field practice in approved educational programs or relevant community agency settings for school age children. Planning, supervising and guiding the learning environment, practical application of theoretical concepts. Total of 18 hours lecture and 270 hours field practice.
 
EDUC 131 INTRODUCTION TO THE SCHOOL-AGE CHILD 3.0
Focus on the physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of the school-age child. Emphasis will be placed on the interaction between the child and teacher in the child care setting. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
EDUC 132 CURRICULUM FOR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN 3.0
Preprofessional training of teacher aides and teaching assistants for elementary school. Orientation to teaching with special emphasis on extended day programs, activities both before and after school, developmental tasks for different age levels, coordination with classroom activities. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
EDUC 150 EDUCATIONAL THEORY IN INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA 3.0
Introduction to educational theory as it applies to the design of interactive multimedia. The emphasis is on the role of the learner and his/her approach to learning, the roles of visual and sound elements, educational theory, motor skills, cultural biases, and learner motivation. Portfolio project. An interdisciplinary course. For students enrolled in the Multimedia Certificate Program, but open to all. Total of 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory.
 
HIST 1A HISTORY OF EUROPEAN CIVILIZATION TO 1715 3.0
Prehistoric man; ancient Near Eastern civilizations; Greeks and Hellenization; the Roman Empire. Emergence of European, Byzantine and Islamic civilizations; manorialism and feudalism. Crusades, cities, medieval kingdoms. Humanism and Reformation. No credit if taken after Hist 3A or 3B. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 1B HISTORY OF EUROPEAN CIVILIZATION FROM 1715 3.0
Survey of European history from 1715. Course includes the Enlightenment, Scientific Revolution, French Revolution, Napoleon, Western Imperialism, two World Wars, Cold War and the political, social and economic consequences of each. No credit if taken after Hist 3C or 3D. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 2A HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS TO 1500 3.0
Survey of emerging regional cultures and societies from the earliest civilizations to 1500. Consideration given to comparative and integrative analysis of their contributions to the fabric of world civilization. Particular focus on cultural evolutionary parallels and the diffusion of ideas through migration and trade on a global scale. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 2B HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS FROM 1500 3.0
Survey of world civilizations from 1500's regional isolation to modern-day globalism and its issues and problems. Consideration given to the political, economic, social, and intellectual forces present in the rise of the modern world. Particular focus on the interrelatedness of historical events and on the comparisons of cultures and societies in a historical perspective. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 5A HISTORY OF GREAT BRITAIN TO 1714 3.0
Formation and expansion of early English governmental institutions, social systems and economic organizations; relations with continental Europe. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 5B HISTORY OF GREAT BRITAIN FROM 1714 3.0
Development of British political institutions, formation of the empire, social and economic progress, relations with other nations, influence of English law and literature on American institutions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 7A UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1876 3.0
Chronological, thematic, and analytical study of the political, economic, social, cultural, and diplomatic history of the United States to Reconstruction. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 7B UNITED STATES HISTORY FROM 1876 3.0
Chronological, thematic, and analytical study of the political, economic, social, cultural, and diplomatic history of the United States from the end of Reconstruction to the present. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 8 HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA 3.0
Geographical and anthropological backgrounds; political, economic, social and cultural developments; California and the United States; California and the Pacific Coast. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 9A LATIN AMERICA: PRE-COLOMBIAN TO 1825 3.0
Latin American history from pre-Columbian times to the independence of Latin American lands; emphasis on institutions of the past which have shaped conditions of the present; relations between Latin America and the United States. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 9B LATIN AMERICA: 1825 TO THE PRESENT 3.0
The social, economic and political history of Latin America from independence to the present. The legacy of colonialism; the development of cultural, political, and economic institutions; relations between Latin America and the United States foreign policies. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 12 THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN 3.0
Ethnic history of North American Indians; major native groups; social and cultural organizations; political and economic systems; U.S. government policies; reservation status; contemporary issues and problems. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 16 HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE EAST 3.0
The Middle East from pre-historic times to the present; the geographic characteristics of the region; emphasis on the cultural, religious and social development of the various peoples of this area. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 18 HISTORY OF SOUTH ASIA, SOUTHEAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC 3.0
An examination of South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific from pre-historic times to the present; the geopolitical importance of these areas; emphasis on the cultural, religious and social development of the peoples in history. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 19 HISTORY OF CHINA, JAPAN AND KOREA 3.0
Civilizations of China, Japan and Korea from prehistoric times to the present; emphasis on cultural, religious and social developments. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: One semester of history and permission of departmentchairperson.
Individual projects; research techniques; written reports. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 24A SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY - AFRICA 3.0
Readings, discussions, and papers focusing on topics of current and general interest in history. Each special topics course will emphasize critical thinking and analytical skills. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 24B SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY - ASIA 3.0
Readings, discussions, and papers focusing on topics of current and general interest in history. Each special topics course will emphasize critical thinking and analytical skills. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 24C SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY - EUROPE 3.0
Readings, discussions, and papers focusing on topics of current and general interest in history. Each special topics course will emphasize critical thinking and analytical skills. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 24D SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY - LATIN AMERICA 3.0
Readings, discussions, and papers focusing on topics of current and general interest in history. Each special topics course will emphasize critical thinking and analytical skills. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 24E SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY - MIDDLE EAST 3.0
Readings, discussions, and papers focusing on topics of current and general interest in history. Each special topics course will emphasize critical thinking and analytical skills. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 24F SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY - UNITED STATES 3.0
Readings, discussions, and papers focusing on topics of current and general interest in history. Each special topics course will emphasize critical thinking and analytical skills. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 24G SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY - WORLD 3.0
Readings, discussions, and papers focusing on topics of current and general interest in history. Each special topics course will emphasize critical thinking and analytical skills. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 25A GREAT PERSONALITIES IN U.S. HISTORY 3.0
Biographical approach to the study of selected historical themes and problems in United States history from the colonial period to the present; influence and contributions of significant women and men. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 25B WOMEN IN AMERICAN SOCIETY 3.0
Selected themes, problems, and personalities which have been associated with the creation of American democratic institutions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
HIST 25C THE AMERICAN WEST 3.0
The West and westward movement and the creation of American democratic institutions; geographical and anthropological factors; political, economic, social and cultural developments; the West and the national identity. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
HIST 25D AMERICA'S RELATIONS WITH OTHER NATIONS 3.0
Selected themes, problems, and personalities which have been associated with the creation of American democratic institutions. How U.S. involvements with nations in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia have been associated with the creation of American democratic institutions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 25E ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT IN THE U.S. 3.0
Selected themes, problems and personalities which have been associated with the creation of American democratic institutions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
HIST 25F AMERICA AND THE TWO WORLD WARS 3.0
Selected themes, problems, and personalities which have been associated with the creation of American democratic institutions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
HIST 25I ISSUES OF THE VIETNAM ERA 3.0
Identification and analysis of key issues and events of the Vietnam era emphasizing the Vietnam War, the civil rights movement, the anti-war protests, and the space exploration programs. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 27A TRADITIONAL AFRICA 3.0
The history of Africa from scientific origins of humans through the 19th century with focus on the Nile Valley civilizations, the Agekoyo and Maasai of East Africa, Angola, the kingdoms of the Western Sudan, Uganda, the Swahili city states, and the Zulu empire; influence of Islam and Christianity on Africa. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 27B MODERN AFRICA 3.0
The history of Africa from partition to colonialism in the 19th century to modern day developments; nationalistic movements, independence, and nation building; development of Pan-Africanism; African relations with the United States and in the global arena. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 29A AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865 3.0
Legacy of African Americans from origins in Africa through the Civil War; African heritage; slave trade and slavery in colonial America; African Americans and the American Revolution, the new nation, and westward expansion, slave revolts, abolition, and the Civil War. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 29B AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY FROM 1865 3.0
African American experience from Reconstruction to modern days; end of Reconstruction and beginning of Black Codes and Jim Crow policies; Washington, DuBois, and the Harlem Renaissance; pan-Africanism; African Americans and the world wars; civil rights movement and nationalistic movements. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
HIST 30 HISTORY OF MEXICO 3.0
Mexico from pre-Columbian times to the early national period; political, economic, social and cultural developments; inter-American relations. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 31 HISTORY OF MEXICAN AMERICANS IN THE UNITED STATES 3.0
A survey of U.S. history from the Mexican American perspective covering historical periods from pre-European settlements to 21st century. Emphasis is placed on the experiences, problems, and contributions of Mexican Americans and the formation of Mexican American societies within the context of U.S. history. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 38 HISTORY OF RELIGION IN AMERICA 3.0
Significant religious groups, leaders, issues and trends from colonial times to the present. Growth of religious liberty, relation of religion to social protest, religion and the courts, religious concerns of various ethnic and national groups. Contemporary religious developments. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 41 HISTORY OF ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICANS 3.0
Asian Pacific American experiences and contributions to United States history spanning the years from the pioneering 49ers through the Japanese American internment camp experience to the post-1965 immigration waves and refugees in an era of globalization. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 50 HISTORY AND HISTORIANS 3.0
Introduction to the study of history as one of the liberal arts and social sciences with an emphasis on historical theory and research methods. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HIST 110 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN HISTORY 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in history courses; orientation to applications of computer-based technologies in history; time management; textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
HUMAN 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE HUMANITIES 3.0
How present-day ideas, beliefs, values and practices are grounded in the artistic, literary, philosophical and religious contributions to modern living from the most creative epochs and individuals of various cultures; an interdisciplinary course. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HUMAN 2 HUMANITIES, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 3.0
Interrelationships between the humanities, the sciences and technology in modern society; an interdisciplinary course. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HUMAN 3 HUMANITIES AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 3.0
Interdisciplinary approach to major economic, political and social forces which have influenced the interrelationships between the individual and society. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HUMAN 4 HUMANITIES THROUGH THE ARTS 3.0
Survey of the development of concepts of self and human values through film, drama, music, literature, painting, sculpture and architecture. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
HUMAN 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of Hum 1, 2, or 3 andpermission of department chairperson.
Individual projects; research techniques; written reports. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
PHILO 1 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3.0
Introduction to the most troublesome questions: meaning, existence, truth, reasoning, perception, intuition, morality, god, self, mind. Appropriate readings. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 3 ETHICS 3.0
An analysis from the philosophical pint of view of the nature of morality and moral judgments; study of the major ethical systems; theories of conduct; theories of value; the moral virtues; science and morality; ethical relativism. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 7 CONTEMPORARY MORAL PROBLEMS 3.0
Nature of value. Concepts of choice, obligations, moral standards; types of ethical theory. Analysis of such concepts as justice, freedom, the state; various types of political theory. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 8 PHILOSOPHY AND HUMANNESS 3.0
The essence of human nature: reason, desire, work, freedom and organism; some deficiencies in human nature: sin, ignorance, neurosis, alienation; means for changing human nature: redemption, education, therapy, social reconstruction. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: One semester of philosophy and permission of department chairperson.
Individual research projects; emphasis on library research and preparation of research papers. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
PHILO 20A HISTORY OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY 3.0
Beginnings of philosophy and science in Greece; Socrates, Plato, Aristotle; philosophies in Roman Empire; developments to St. Thomas Aquinas. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 20B HISTORY OF MODERN PHILOSOPHY 3.0
Philosophical systems of Renaissance; rationalism in Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz; empiricism in Locke, Berkeley and Hume; Kant and post-Kantian philosophers; 20th century developments. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 25 INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL THINKING 3.0
Prerequisite: Engl 1A.
An introduction to critical thinking skills and techniques of critical analysis in written form. Course will include applications of critical reasoning skills in everyday situations and seek to develop the ability to integrate the principles of critical thinking with the techniques of effective written argument. A total of 6,000 to 8,000 words will be required during the semester in a variety of written assignments. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 30 LOGIC 3.0
Elementary thought processes, both deductive and inductive, emphasis on definition, verification, evidence, validity, forms of argument and of fallacious reasoning. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 31 CONTEMPORARY CHICANO PHILOSOPHY 3.0
Survey of Mexican philosophy; emphasis on contemporary developments; implications of Mexican thought for the Mexican-American. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 33 INTRODUCTION TO SYMBOLIC LOGIC 3.0
Elements of symbolic logic; sentential and quantificational; forms of reasoning; structure of language. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 37 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION 3.0
Nature of the religious experience; content of religious studies. Relationship of religion to philosophy and science. Role of reason and faith; arguments for GodÆs existence; meaning of evil; beliefs in immortality. Religion as a social and political force. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PHILO 110 SKILLS FOR SUCCESS IN COLLEGE PHILOSOPHY 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in philosophy courses; orientation to applications of computer-based technologies in philosophy; time management; textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
POLSC 1 INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT 3.0
Principles and problems of government with emphasis on national government in the United States. PolSc 1 and 2 usually required for advanced political science courses. No credit if taken after AmerI 5. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
POLSC 2 COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT 3.0
Comparative study of constitutional principles, governmental institutions and political processes in selected contemporary nations. Emphasis on the U.S. and major European governments. PolS 1 and 2 usually required for advanced political science courses. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
POLSC 6 THE U.S. AND WORLD POLITICS 3.0
The role of the president, Congress, public opinion, the media and special interest groups in the formation of U.S. foreign policy. Emphasis on U.S. governmental institutions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
POLSC 7 PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE 3.0
Scope and methods of political science; basic political philosophies and ideologies; some concepts of the modern state, public law, public administration and government. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
POLSC 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: One semester of political science and permission ofdepartment chairperson.
Individual projects; research techniques; written reports. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
POLSC 21 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL ECONOMY 3.0
Political economy as a system; role of government; relationships among the public, quasi-public, and private sectors; strategies of government interventions; and the impact of government policies on the economy at the local, state, national, and global levels. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
POLSC 22 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORY 3.0
Introductory exploration of the nature and role of major political theories from ancient times to the present; central questions of political life, views of human nature, political organizations, power, justice, and revolutions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
POLSC 110 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in political science courses; orientation to applications of computer-based technologies in political science; time management; textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
PSYCH 1 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY 3.0
Principles of human behavior; physiological foundations, influence of heredity and environment; sense-perception, attention, capacities and abilities; learning; emotion and motivation; special emphasis on personality development and adjustment. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 2 ELEMENTARY PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.0
Prerequisite: Psyc 1.
Interrelationship of physiological mechanisms and behavior. Emphasis on the role of the brain and nervous system in perception, emotion, motivation, states of consciousness, language, memory and learning. Relevance of the biological perspective to an understanding of behavior and experience. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 5 RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY 4.0
Prerequisite: Psyc 1.
Introduction to the planning and execution of research in psychology, and to the analysis, interpretation and reporting of data. Total of 54 hours lecture and 36 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: One semester of psychology and permission of department chairperson.
Laboratory research projects; library research; design and construction of research equipment; experiments; written reports. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
PSYCH 21 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: THE CHILD 3.0
Growth processes and dynamics of psychological development from conception through adolescence; physical, cognitive, emotional, personality, and social development of the child and adolescent. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
PSYCH 22 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: THE ADULT 3.0
Dynamics of psychological development from young adulthood through maturity and old age; sensory, motor, neurological, and cognitive changes; development of personality and social behavior through the adult life cycle; process of aging, dying, and bereavement. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
PSYCH 23 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.0
The individual within a social context; the scientific study of how people think about, influence and relate to one another. Topics include: attitude development and change; conformity, persuasion, leadership; and interpersonal relations, prejudice, aggression, conflict resolution, liking and loving others. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 24 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.0
Process and dynamics of human development from conception through adult maturity, old age, and death; biological, cognitive, personality, sociocultural, and existential factors influencing the course of psychological development across the lifespan. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
PSYCH 25 HUMAN SEXUALITY 3.0
Historical, psychological, sociological and biological aspects of love, intimacy and human sexuality. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 29 PSYCHOLOGY OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN 3.0
Afro-American behavior patterns in relationship to dominant concepts in psychology. Analysis of psychological attitudes and problems of Afro-Americans resulting from racism, oppression and alienation. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 31 STUDIES IN CHICANO BEHAVIOR 3.0
An examination of Mexican-American behavior patterns. Emphasis on attitudes, feelings and socio-psychological conflicts of the Mexican-American in relation to social situations. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 33 PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT 3.0
Dynamics of personality; problems of adjustment to life stresses, theories of therapy. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 41 PSYCHOLOGY OF THE ASIAN AMERICAN 3.0
Asian American behavior patterns in relationship to basic principles of psychology; search for identity in a multicultural society; roles of male and female in Asian American society. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
PSYCH 110 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN PSYCHOLOGY 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in psychology courses; orientation to applications of computer-based technologies in psychology; time management; textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Maximum credit 4 units, 1 unit each semester. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
PSYCH 120 PARENTING 3.0
Theories of parenting. Stages of human development. Effect of family relationships on children. Specific problems related to growth and learning in children. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
RELGS 1 RELIGIOUS ISSUES, PERSONALITIES AND VALUES 3.0
Origin and function of religion in its individual and sociological aspects; basic characteristics of major religions; outstanding personalities, sacred writings, historical foundations of basic religious traditions. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
RELGS 2 COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS: FAR EAST 3.0
Cultural history and doctrinal interpretations of living religions of Far East, Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Shintoism. Brief introduction to representative dead religions; Babylonia, Egypt, Greece and Rome. Origin and nature of religion, symbolism and surviving values of scriptures. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
RELGS 3 COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS: NEAR EAST 3.0
Cultural history and doctrinal interpretations of living religions of Near East: Zoroastrianism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Summary contrasts and comparisons with emphasis on present-day religious issues and their relationship to social and political problems. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SET 100 INFANTS AND CHILDREN WITH EXCEPTIONAL NEEDS 3.0
Impact of exceptional needs on physical, mental and functional abilities of infants, preschool and school-age children, adolescents and their families; how these affect the childÆs emotional, social and educational development; specific techniques for the paraprofessional working in educational, clinical and recreational settings. Recommended enrollment in or completion of Psyc 21. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
SET 102 ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES 3.0
Exploration of the effects of disabilities and resulting functional limitations of adults on their personal relationships, behavior and roles in society. Recommended enrollment in or completion of Psyc 22. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
SET 105 BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 3.0
Basic concepts of behavior management and their application in special education, residential and home settings for children and adults with disabilities. Recommended Psyc 21 or 22. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
SET 108 INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING DISABILITIES 3.0
Introduction to the concept of learning disabilities, the recognition of learning disorders in children and adults and the various approaches for remediating or coping with these difficulties. For individuals who have a general interest in the field of learning disabilities and/or desire to help learning disabled individuals in the classroom, home or working world. Recommended enrollment in or completion of Psyc 21 or 22 or SET 100. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
SET 111 INTRODUCTION TO DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 3.0
Survey of developmental disabilities for which residential care facilities are designed with emphasis upon methods and strategies for behavior modification employed by residential care staff for infants, children and adults with developmental disabilities. Completion of SET 111 and SET 112 meets California Regional Center Certificate requirements. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
SET 112 WORKING WITH THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED 3.0
Practical applications of principles used in the administration of residential care facilities for persons with developmental disabilities; methods of accounting, licensing, health, safety and a review of programs available for the developmentally disabled. Completion of SET 111 and SET 112 meets California Regional Center Certificate requirements. Total of 54 hours lecture.
 
SET 122 SPECIAL EDUCATION FIELD PRACTICE 2.0
Prerequisite: Maintain enrollment in 7 or more units, including field practice; concurrent enrollment in other special education courses.
Supervised field practice in approved special education or relevant community agency settings, working directly with children or adults with disabilities. Pass/no pass grading. Total of 18 hours lecture and 90 hours field practice.
 
SOCIO 1 INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY 3.0
Human culture, social order and group memberships. Cultural growth and change; ecology, population, social institutions; group processes, social control, personality. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SOCIO 2 CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.0
Identification and analysis of major social problems: population pressures, crime and delinquency, race relations, mental illness and health, alcoholism and drug abuse, urbanization, political responsibilities. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SOCIO 14 INTRODUCTION TO ETHNIC STUDIES 3.0
Major contributions of African Americans, American Indians, Asian Pacific Americans, and Chicanos/Latinos to American history and culture; identification and overview of major concerns and problems of these groups; major theories of race relations. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SOCIO 15 CRIME, DELINQUENCY AND SOCIETY 3.0
Analysis of crime theories, social control, and punishment. Examines the sociological impact, functions, and roles of the criminal and juvenile justice systems in the U.S. Emphasis on the sociological process and impact of law enforcement, courts, and correctional components of the criminal justice and juvenile justice process. Focuses on the interaction between the citizen, the community, and the components of the justice system. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
SOCIO 16 URBAN SOCIOLOGY 3.0
The sociological nature, causes, theories, and consequences of urbanization along with its changing scale and complexity, demographics, and ecological patterns. The quality of life in urban areas, processes of decision-making in cities, and the bearing of sociological research on public policy and community are examined. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.
 
SOCIO 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1.0
Prerequisite: One semester of sociology and permission of departmentchairperson.
Individual projects; research techniques; written reports. Total of 54 hours laboratory.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.
 
SOCIO 22 SOCIOLOGY OF AGING 3.0
Examination of the physical, psychological and sociological aspects of aging in various cultures. Methods of dealing with aging for the individual. The family and society. Elders and the law. The sociology of grief in American culture and other cultures. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SOCIO 24 MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY 3.0
The family as a social institution; social, economic, legal, psychological aspects of marriage and family life; patterns of courtship, marriage and family organization. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU
 
SOCIO 25 BRITISH LIFE AND CULTURE 3.0
A survey of British culture and civilization. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SOCIO 29 SOCIOLOGY OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN 3.0
Sociological factors affecting African-AmericanÆs relationships to major institutions, social movements, attitudes and values of American culture. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SOCIO 31 CHICANO SOCIOLOGY 3.0
Cultural background of Mexican-American; major differences between Anglo and Mexican-American values and attitudes; past and present intercultural problems; economic, educational, political, language, family; Mexican-American contributions to the United States. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SOCIO 41 SOCIOLOGY OF THE ASIAN AMERICAN 3.0
Analysis of sociological factors influencing Asian American experience in American society. Evaluation of effects of living in a dual culture with concomitant stresses upon Asian American psyche. Total of 54 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC
 
SOCIO 110 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN SOCIOLOGY 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in sociology courses; orientation to applications of computer-based technologies in sociology; time management; textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
SOCIO 130 WORK AND FAMILY MANAGEMENT 2.0
Time management, conflict resolution, budgeting, responsibility, stress management, employee rights and responsibilities, goal setting, job needs, family issues, child care issues, family and work ethics. Total of 36 hours lecture.
 
SOSC 110 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES 1.0
Development of essential study techniques for success in social science courses; orientation to computer-based technologies, time management, textbook mastery, lecture outlining, test taking, and critical analysis. Total of 18 hours lecture.
 
STAT 18 STATISTICS FOR BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 4.0
Prerequisite: Math 131 or 133B or 134B or placement based on the statistics assessment process.
(Social Sciences Division)Basic statistics for majors in anthropology, economics, psychology and sociology; tables, charts, summary measures, regression and correlation, statistical inference, sampling, variance, nonparametric and parametric tests, simple multivariate analysis; use of calculators and EXCEL. No credit if taken after Stat 15 or 50. Total of 90 hours lecture.
Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit limitations. See counselor.