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For Counseling 10 and 11 as part of the Puente Project, see Puente listings following the Counseling course listings in this booklet.
For Counseling 12 as part of the Ujima Program, see the Ujima listing after the Counseling course listings in this booklet.


COUN 10 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE 1 Unit

Orientation to the structures of higher education. Exposure to college resources and educational planning. Introduction to students' matriculation rights and responsibilities. Completion of placement assessment recommended. Short term class. Total of 18 hours lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU Grading: Pass/No Pass Only

   #0567  8:30am-11:30am F       Lecture R115   ALDAS S     
         Short Term: 09/7/12-10/12/12
   #1628  9:00am-   Noon F       Lecture R304   CASEY S     
         Short Term: 09/7/12-10/12/12
#1647  9:00am-   Noon F       Lecture IT209  DURAN AR    
      Short Term: 08/31/12-10/5/12
No. 1647: These grouped classes offer an opportunity for college-level ESL students to develop and practice skills in composition, reading, listening, speaking, and vocabulary development. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ALL FIVE SECTIONS: #0387, #0384, #1391, #1647, and #0372.
#1660  9:00am-   Noon F       Lecture R205   ROMANS M    
      Short Term: 09/7/12-10/12/12
No. 1660: These grouped classes offer an opportunity for college-level ESL students to develop and practice skills in composition, reading, listening, speaking, and library research. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ALL FIVE SECTIONS: #2328, #0635, #1099, #1660, AND #0253.
#1713  9:00am-   Noon F       Lecture C311   SKARUPA W   
      Short Term: 09/7/12-10/12/12
No. 1713: These grouped classes offer an opportunity for college-level ESL students to develop and practice skills in composition, reading, listening, speaking, and library research. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ALL FIVE SECTIONS: #0513, #0511, #1396, #1713, AND #0494.
   #2938  9:00am-   Noon F       Lecture GM104  WILLIAMS M  
         Short Term: 10/12/12-11/16/12
#1972 10:00am-11:55am MW      Lecture GM112C FISHER C    
      Short Term: 09/10/12-10/17/12
No. 1972: This section is designed for Intercollegiate Student Athletes at PCC.
   #2606 10:00am- 1:00pm Tu      Lecture GM112  ANDERSON J B
         Short Term: 09/18/12-10/23/12
   #0555 10:30am-   Noon TuTh    Lecture CC233  ALDAS S     
         Short Term: 09/6/12-10/11/12
#1683    Noon- 3:00pm F       Lecture C151   FISHER C    
      Short Term: 09/7/12-10/12/12
No. 1683: These grouped classes offer an opportunity for college-level ESL students to develop and practice skills in composition, reading, listening, speaking, and library research. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ALL FIVE SECTIONS: #0519, #0536, #1401, #1683, and #0518.
   #1641  1:00pm- 4:00pm Th      Lecture GM112  CHEUNG A    
         Short Term: 08/30/12-10/4/12
#2621  1:00pm- 4:00pm F       Lecture C301   MORALES M   
      Short Term: 08/31/12-10/5/12
No. 2621: These grouped classes offer an opportunity for college-level ESL students to develop and practice skills in composition, reading, listening, speaking, and vocabulary development. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ALL FIVE SECTIONS: #2974, #0965, #1100, #2621, and #0946.
   #1707  1:30pm- 4:30pm M       Lecture V209   ROSAS I     
         Short Term: 11/5/12-12/10/12
   #1441  1:30pm- 4:30pm M       Lecture R402   ROSAS I     
         Short Term: 09/10/12-10/15/12
   #1624  3:00pm- 6:00pm Tu      Lecture D303   WILLIAMS M  
         Short Term: 08/28/12-10/2/12
   #1637  3:00pm- 6:00pm W       Lecture R402   ANDERSON J B
         Short Term: 08/29/12-10/3/12
   #1826  3:30pm- 6:30pm M       Lecture IT206  GABRIELIAN L
         Short Term: 08/27/12-10/1/12
   #1833  3:30pm- 6:30pm M       Lecture IT206  ROMANS M    
         Short Term: 10/8/12-11/5/12
   #1644  4:00pm- 7:00pm Th      Lecture R306   CHEUNG A    
         Short Term: 08/30/12-10/4/12
#3412  4:30pm- 7:30pm W       Lecture C360   ALEXANDER T 
      Short Term: 09/12/12-10/17/12
No. 3412: Transfer emphasis.
   #0138  5:00pm- 8:00pm Tu      Lecture R111   HUPP J J    
         Short Term: 09/11/12-10/16/12
#1687  5:00pm- 8:00pm F       Lecture IT209  ESCOVAR M   
      Short Term: 09/7/12-10/12/12
No. 1687: These grouped classes offer an opportunity for college-level ESL students to develop and practice skills in composition, reading, listening, speaking, and vocabulary development. STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN ALL FIVE SECTIONS: #0465, #0436, #1393, #1687, and #0429.

COUN 11 LEARNING STRATEGIES AND COLLEGE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 1 Unit

Analysis of college success factors and learning styles of student achievement. Development of strategies for success in educational and work environments. Organizing tasks involved when studying and the tools to do it. Short term class. Total of 18 hours lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU Grading: Pass/No Pass Only


For COUN 10 part of the Puente Project, see the Puente listing following the Counseling course listings in this booklet.

   #1474  8:00am- 9:25am TuTh    Lecture R115   ROMANS M    
         Short Term: 10/30/12-12/6/12
#1980 10:00am-11:55am MW      Lecture GM112C FISHER C    
      Short Term: 10/29/12-12/5/12
No. 1980: This section is designed for Intercollegiate Student Athletes at PCC.
   #1760 10:30am-   Noon TuTh    Lecture CC233  ALDAS S     
         Short Term: 11/1/12-12/6/12
   #1727  1:00pm- 4:00pm Th      Lecture GM104  RIOJAS T    
         Short Term: 10/11/12-11/15/12
   #1714  3:00pm- 6:00pm Tu      Lecture D303   WILLIAMS M  
         Short Term: 10/9/12-11/13/12
   #1720  4:00pm- 7:00pm Th      Lecture R306   GABRIELIAN L
         Short Term: 10/11/12-11/15/12
   #2196  5:00pm- 8:00pm Tu      Lecture R111   HUPP J J    
         Short Term: 10/30/12-12/4/12

COUN 12 PERSONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 3 Units

A comprehensive course that integrates personal and professional growth through the development of effective communication skills, positive self-image and self-esteem, and strategies for problem solving and decision making. Analysis of life course events, such as the development of career and educational objectives. Emphasis is on personal health assessment and strategies for coping with stress. Total of 54 hours lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass


For COUN 11 as part of the Puente Project, see the Puente listing following the Counseling course listings in this booklet.

   #2723  8:00am- 9:35am TuTh    Lecture R224   CHANG Y S   
   #1674  8:00am-11:20am F       Lecture CC233  KAIAMA E    
   #2394  9:15am-10:40am TuTh    Lecture C269   DURAN AR    
   #1654  9:35am-11:10am MW      Lecture CC233  ALDAS S     
#2751 10:00am-11:35am TuTh    Lecture GM104  MC CLELLAN M
No. 2751: This section is designed for Intercollegiate Student Athletes at PCC.
   #2529 10:00am- 1:20pm Th      Lecture V209   HENSLEY C   
   #1313 10:00am- 1:20pm Sat     Lecture CC233  MORALES M   
   #2409 11:05am-12:40pm TuTh    Lecture C269   DURAN AR    
   #2382 11:10am-12:45pm MW      Lecture CC233  ROSAS I     
   #2386  1:00pm- 2:35pm TuTh    Lecture GM103  ROMANS M    
   #2591  1:00pm- 4:20pm M       Lecture CC233  ALDAS S     
   #1811  1:00pm- 4:20pm W       Lecture CC233  CHANG Y S   
   #1369  2:35pm- 4:10pm TuTh    Lecture CC233  HENSLEY C   
   #1732  3:00pm- 4:35pm TuTh    Lecture W208   QUINTANAR E 
   #2712  4:20pm- 7:40pm W       Lecture CC233  KAIAMA E    



For COUN 12 as part of the Ujima Program, see the Ujima listing after the Counseling course listings in this booklet.
COUN 17 CAREER PLANNING 2 Units

Career research and planning using assessments of interests, values, skills, and temperament. Exploration of job duties and educational/training requirements. Job search skills. Total of 36 hours lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU Grading: Pass/No Pass Only

COUN 17: $19.04 - $23.05 (approximately) course fee to be paid during the course.

   #2710  8:00am-10:15am Th      Lecture CC233  KAIAMA E    
   #0180  9:00am-10:05am MW      Lecture V209   ROSAS I     
   #3421 10:00am-12:15pm F       Lecture R304   JARSO H     
   #1954 11:30am- 1:45pm F       Lecture CC233  ANDERSON J B
   #1971  2:00pm- 4:15pm Tu      Lecture GM112  DURAN AR    
   #1748  3:00pm- 5:15pm M       Lecture R306   HUNTER T    
   #1757  3:00pm- 5:15pm W       Lecture R306   WIGGINS L V 
   #2715  4:20pm- 6:35pm Th      Lecture CC233  KAIAMA E    
   #1009  4:30pm- 6:45pm Tu      Lecture CC233  HENSLEY C   

COUN 20 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1 Unit

Prerequisite(s): Coun 10.
Individualized projects, research techniques, written reports. Maximum credit 2 units, 1 unit each semester. Total of 54 hours laboratory. Transfer Credit: CSU Grading: Pass/No Pass Only

   #2983                 TBA     I-S     CC233  OLIVO C     

COUN 30 PERSONAL EXPLORATION OF LEADERSHIP 3 Units

Introduction to the fundamental elements of leadership. Exploration of leadership theories and models as well as individual values and beliefs with which to develop a personal philosophy of leadership. Exploration of how the roles of culture, diversity and gender can play in leadership. Application of course content to daily life and leadership contexts. Maximum credit: 6 units, 3 units each semester. Total of 54 hours lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC credit under review. Grading: Letter Grade Only

   #1311  6:00pm- 9:20pm M       Lecture CC233  THAYER S    

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