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Veteran's Learning Collaborative
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NOTE: Students enrolling English 100 MUST ALSO ENROLL in one section of English 901.
ANTHR 1L LABORATORY IN PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1 Unit

Prerequisite(s): Enrollment in or completion of Anthr 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 Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass

   #0530                                 ONLINE ARENSON L J 

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
#2940 10:30am-11:35am Tu      Lecture V209   MARTIN H    
No. 2940: This section is part of the Veteran's Learning Collaborative designed for PCC Veterans.


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
#0997  8:00am- 9:35am MW      Lecture CC233  MARTIN H    
No. 0997: This section is part of the Veteran's Learning Collaborative designed for PCC Veterans.


ENGL 100 READING AND WRITING SKILLS 4 Units

Prerequisite(s): One of the following: (1) Engl 400 or Bus 112; (2) placement based on the English assessment process.
Corequisite(s): Engl 901.
Writing expository, analytical, and argumentative essays; developing critical reading and research skills. Review of sentence structure and grammar. Required concurrent enrollment in Engl 901, Writing Center Lab. Recommended enrollment in Engl 130. No credit if taken after Engl 1A. Total of 72 hours lecture. Grading: Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass

   #2972 12:05pm- 2:20pm MW      Lecture C253   GREEN K     

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