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F all 2 0 1 0 - Chabot College
Chabot College
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2 0 1 0
Chabot College
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, Ca. 94545
510.723.6600
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REGISTRATION DATES
Community
Education
April 29 & 30, 2010 Registration for
EOPS and DSPS, AB 272 Vets
70
May 3, 2010 Registration begins for
Continuing Students by Priority
May 8, 2010 Registration begins for
Early Decision Students
May 17, 2010 Registration begins for
New and Returning Students
May 24, 2010 Registration begins for
New and Returning Concurrent Students
June 23, 2010 Last day to pay if registered
on April 29, thru June 9.
August 2, 2010 Last Day to pay if registered on June 10 thru July 19.
Public Ar t
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ACADEMIC CALENDAR
New Buildings for Students and
faculty Beautify the Campus
B M W Tr a i n i n g
79
Counseling &
Special Programs
80
B y D r. C e l i a B a r b e r e n a , C h a b o t C o l l e g e P r e s i d e n t
As you drive on Hesperian Boulevard, you will see that
the Chabot College curb appeal has improved tremendously.
You see beautiful landscapes, modern parking–some of it
covered with solar panels–and two glorious and inviting
buildings that peak your curiosity and ask you to come in and
take a look. All of this has been possible because of your
generous support of Measure B, an infusion of $250 million
dollars from our local bond and more dollars from the State.
One of these new buildings accommodates all that a
community member needs to become a student at Chabot–
admissions, registration, counseling, career advising, transfer,
and programs for special populations. Anyone wishing to
enroll at Chabot only needs to go to that building to begin
their journey into our classes and services. The other new
building houses various faculty who, by rubbing elbows in the
same surroundings, can exchange their best ideas in teaching
and innovative classroom management practices.
All of us hope to see you here in the Fall. There is no
time like the present to enroll at Chabot College. Visit us at
our Community and Student Services Center today.
Apply Online!
www.chabotcollege.edu
This schedule is available in alternate format. Contact the Disabled Student Resource
Center, Building 2400 or call 510.723.6725
The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District reserves the right to cancel classes, to make
other changes as college needs require, and to change, without notice, any of the information,
requirements and regulations in this schedule of classes.
August 18, 2010
Regular Full-Term Instruction Begins
August 21, 2010
Instruction Begins - Saturday Classes
September 3, 2010
Last Day to ADD or DROP with NGR
(No-Grade-of-Record) in person
September 4-6 , 2010
Labor Day Weekend - No Saturday Classes
September 5, 2010
Last Day to ADD or DROP with
NGR (No-Grade-of-Record) online
September 6, 2010*
Holiday-Labor Day (No Instruction)
September 7, 2010
Census Day
September 17, 2010
Last Day to Apply for Pass/No Pass
October 29, 2010
Last Day to Apply for Graduation
November 5, 2010
Last Day to WITHDRAW with a
“W” in-person and online
November 12, 2010
Veterans Day -Holiday (No Instruction)
November 13, 2010
Saturday Classes meet
November 24-27, 2010
Thanksgiving Recess (No Instruction)
November 27, 2010
No Saturday Classes
December 11 , 2010
Last Day of Saturday Classes
December 14-21 , 2010
Final Examination Period
January 7, 201 1
Fall Grades Due
December 22-January 17
Summer Recess (No Instruction)
IN THIS ISSUE
Chabot College
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Chabot College
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, Ca 94545
510.723.6600
w w w. c h a b o t c o l l e g e . e d u
D r. C e l i a B a r b e r e n a
President Chabot College
Chabot-Las Positas
Community College Distrct
B o a r d o f Tr u s t e e s
M r. D o n a l d L . “ D o b i e ” G e l l e s
B o a r d P r e s i d e n t Tr u s t e e
C a s t r o Va l l e y a n d p o r t i o n s
of Oakland
D r. B a r b a r a M e r t e s
B o a r d S e c r e t a r y Tr u s t e e
Livermore and portions of
Pleasanton
D r. H a l G . G i n
Tr u s t e e H a y w a r d , S a n
Lorenzo
D r. A r n u l f o C e d i l l o
Tr u s t e e U n i o n C i t y a n d
South Hayward
M s . I s o b e l F. D v o r s k y
Tr u s t e e S a n L e a n d r o
D r. M a r s h a l l M i t z m a n
Tr u s t e e H a y w a r d
M r . C a r l o Ve c c h i a r e l l i
Tr u s t e e P l e a s a n t o n , D u b l i n ,
Sunol
Joel Kinnamon
Chancellor of Chabot-Las
Positas Community College
District
Susan May
Marketing/Community Ed
Director
Sarah Aubert
Maguerite Thomas
Class Listing Editors
“How To” Steps.....................................................3
How To Use the Zone Portal.........................3
Concurrent Enrollment......................................3-5
Requirements for Admission............................5-6
International Students...........................................6
Military, Reservists & Veterans............................6
Policies & Code Sheets.........................................7-8
Solicitud de Admisión.......................................9-10
AB540 Tuition Exemption..................................11
College Orientation/Assessment.........................12
Pathways to
Success...........................................13
Financial Aid....................................................14-16
Board of Governors Fee Waiver...............15-16
How to Register.............................................17-18
Course Prerequisites............................................17
Chabot
College
Bookstore..............................19
How to Read the Class Schedule.....................19
Fall 2010 Class Listings (by Subject).......20-67
Fall Off Campus Classes..........................................67
Learning Communities.........................................67-69
Fall Short Term Classes..........................................69
Community Education...............................................70
Lisa Mendiola
Graphic Artist/Layout
Blackboard / Online & Hybrid Classes...................71
J u d y Yo u n g
Interim Director of
Admissions and Records
Publication Coordinator
Fall Final Exam Schedule.....................................72
Campus
Security..................................................73
Associates of Science Requirements....................74
Associates of Arts Requirements.........................75
GE Breadth & IGETC Information............76-77
Campus Map..........................................................78
OSHA
Program.....................................................78
Featured
2
Articles............................................79-80
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
How to Reach Us:
Ayuda en Español
510.723.7676/7675
Academic Divisions
Technology & Business
510.723.6653
Science & Mathematics
510.723.6898
School of the Arts
510.723.6829
Language Arts/Humanities
510.723.6804
Health, PE, & Athletics
510.723.7484
Social Sciences
510.723.6670
Student Services &
College Programs
Vice-President, Student Services
510.723.6743
Admissions & Records
510.723.6700
Bookstore
510.783.9800
Campus Safety
Emergency Only
911
Non-emergencies
510.723.6923
Children’s Center
510.723.6684
Community Education
510.723.6665
Counseling
510.723.7013
Dental Health Programs Clinic
510.723.6900
Disabled Student Resource
Center (DSRC)
510.723.6725
Educational Talent Search
510.723.7502
Financial Aid Office
510.723.6748
International Students
510.723.6996
KCC-TV
510.723.6828
KCRH-FM
510.723.6954
Library
510.723.6764
Parking Permits
510.723.6923
Performing Arts Center
510.723.6976
Registration
510.723.6700
Registered Nursing Program
510.723.7677
Spectator Newspaper
510.723.6919
Student Health Center
510.723.7625
Student Life
510.723.6914
Student Photo ID
510.723.6749
Transfer Employment Center
Svcs (TECS)
510.723.6720
TANIF – Teaching Preparation
Program
510.723.6912
Veterans Information
510.723.6910
* Departments may have limited
hours due to the Summer session.
How To Steps...
1 Apply for ADmISSIoN
•NewStudents–Applyonlineatwww.
chabotcollege.eduorsubmitpaperapplicationtotheOfficeofAdmissions&Records
inBldg.700.Thepaperapplicationfor
admissionislocatedinthecenteroftheClass
Schedule.Applicationsmayalsobemailedto
theaddressontheapplication.
• FormerStudents–Reapplyonlineorsubmit
thepaperapplicationifyoulastattendmore
thantwotermsago.
• ContinuingStudents–Studentsenrolledin
Fall2009andSpring2010neednotreapply.
• NewandReturningHighSchoolConcurrent
EnrollmentSpecialAdmits–Studentenrolled
in3rdto12thgradesmayapplyforadmission
toChabotCollege.DeadlineAugust1,2010.
• ApplicationsareavailableinbothEnglishand
Spanish.
• Alladmittedstudentsareassignedunique
studentidentificationnumbers.
2orIeNtAtIoN
AtteND College oNlINe
/ ASSeSSmeNt/
CouNSelINg
• Allstudentsshouldcompletetheassessment
tests,takethecollegeonlineorientationand
attendagroupcounselingsessiontoplan
theireducationalprogrampriorregisteringfor
classes.Pleaseseepage12formoreinformation.
3 Apply for fINANCIAl AID
• Submitfreeonlineapplicationatwww.fafsa.
ed.gov.Californiaresidentsmayalsoqualify
fortheBoardofGovernor’sGrant.Pleasesee
pages14-16formoreinformation.
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regISter for ClASSeS
• Online–atwww.chabotcollege.eduandclick
onCLASS-Weborgotoourwebportal–
TheZone.
• Inperson–byvisitingtheOfficeofAdmission&RecordsinBldg.700.Specialregistrationassistanceisavailablefordisabled
studentthroughtheDisabledStudentResourceCenterinBldg.2400.
• PrerequisiteOverrideProcess-Allclasses
withPrerequisitesatChabotCollegeare
blockedtostudentsiftheydidnotcomplete
theprerequisitehere.Toremovetheprerequisiteblock,youmustprocessaPrerequisite
Overriderequest.Refertopage17-18for
moreinformation.
• ContinuingStudents–priorityregistration
beginsonmay 3, 2010.
• NewandReturningStudents–starttoregisteronmay 17, 2010.
• NewandReturningHighSchoolConcurrent
EnrollmentSpecialAdmits–starttoregister
onmay 24, 2010.BasicSkillsandPhysical
Educationactivitycoursesarenotavailable
toconcurrentlyenrolledstudents.Enrollment
intransferableordegreelevelEnglishclasses
islimitedto11th&12thhighschoolstudents.Pleaseseepages4-5formoreinformation.
• Pleaseseepages17-18formoreinformation
aboutregistrationandaddinganddropping
classes.
How to Use The Zone Portal
TheZoneisawebportalthatprovidesasinglepoint
ofaccesstoavarietyofcontentandcollegeservices
likeon-lineregistration,Blackboard,Zonemailand
muchmore.TheZoneiscustomizedforyouto
quicklyfindinformationandhaveaccesstotools
andresourcesusedonaregularbasis.
Set up your Zone
1. Gotohttp://thezone.clpccd.edu
2. WID:enterWID,includingtheW
3.PIN:thesamesix-digitnumberusedtologinto
Class-Web.
4.LogintoTheZone.
How Do I get my W ID So I Can log Into the
Zone?
1.GotoCLASS-Web:
http://banner-web.clpccd.cc.ca.us:700
2.LoginwithSocialSecuritynumber.PINisinitiallysettobirthdateinformatMMDDYY.
3.IfyouforgotyourPIN,enterSSNandclick“ForgotPIN?”button,answersecurityquestion,reset
six-digitPIN.
Note: If this step does not work, go to the Office of
Admissions& Records or send an email to: [email protected]
4. Clicklink“WhatismyWID?”,writedownyour
number,thenclickthe“Exit”icontologoutof
CLASS-Web.
5.ClicklinktogotoTheZoneloginpage.
Still Can’t log on?
IfyourCLASS-Webloginhasbeendisabled,you
mustcontacttheOfficeofAdmissions&Record.
[email protected]
chabotcollege.edu
IfyougetanerrorwhentryingtologintoTheZone,
[email protected]
pleasecall925.424.1710
Access New Student email-Zonemail
1.FindyourstudentemailaddressinTheZone,on
theHometab,underQuickCheck.Clicklink“What
ismycollege/districtemailaddress?”
2.ClicktheEmailicon.
3. Loginwiththeemailusername(justthepart
[email protected])andthepasswordisthesamesixdigitPINusedforTheZoneandCLASS-Web.
4.OptionaldirectaccesstoZonemail:http://stumail.
clpccd.edu
online Classes - Access Blackboard through the
Zone
1.FromwithinTheZone,clickontheBlackboard
tab,thenclickontheBlackboardicontologin.
2.One-timeloginsetup:EnteryourBlackboardaccountinformationonthe“ExternalAccountSynchronization”screen.
3.BlackboardUsername:yourWIDincludingtheW.
4.BlackboardPassword:thefirsttwolettersofyour
firstname,thefirsttwolettersofyourlastname,and
thelastfourdigitsofyourWID.
5.Clickthe“Save”button.
6.ThenexttimeyouclicktheBlackboardicon
withinTheZone,you’llautomaticallybeloggedinto
Blackboard.
Can’t log Into Blackboard?
IfyouareunabletologintoBlackboardand/orif
youareunabletoresetyourownpassword,contact
BlackboardStudentSupportbyfillingoutthehelp
format http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
5 pAy your feeS
• Online–atwww.chabotcollege.eduandclick
onCLASS-Weborgotoourwebportal–
TheZone.
• Inperson–byvisitingtheOfficeofAdmissionsandRecordsinBldg.700.
6 IDeNtIfICAtIoN
get your StuDeNt pHoto
CArD
• StudentPhotoIdentificationCardsarefree
andavailableinOnlineServices,inBldg.
700.Youridentificationisimportantespeciallyifthereshouldbeanemergencyoncampus.
7 Buy your pArkINg permIt
• Studentsmustberegisteredbeforepurchasingsemesterparkingpermit.Formore
informationgotopage18&73andwww.
chabotcollege.edu.
8 Buy your BookS
• Online–atwww.chabotbookstore.com.
• Inperson–attheBookstoreinBldg.3800.
S Seepage19formoreinformation
9 AtteND your ClASSeS
• Attendthefirstclassmeetingtoverifyenrollment.ItisimportanttochecktheAcademic
Calendarfortheattendancedeadlinedatesat
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/admissions/
AcademicCalendar/
• SummerSessiondeadlinesarepostedon
CLASS-WebandTheZone,orcontact
faculty,orvisittheOfficeofAdmissions&
RecordsinBldg.700.
email options for Blackboard Students
1.LogintoTheZoneathttp://thezone.clpccd.edu
2.OntheHometab,underQuickCheck,click
“Whatismycollege/districtemailaddress?”
3.Clickthelink“UpdateEmailAddress”
4.Inthedropdownfor“TypeofE-mailtoInsert”,
select“EmailforBlackboard”andclicktheSubmit
button.
5. TypeyourpersonalE-mailaddressandclickthe
Submitbutton.
forward Zonemail to personal email(Optional)
1.FromZonemailinbox,clickon“Settings”.
2.Clickthe“Forwarding&POP/IMAP”link.
3.Select“Forwardacopyofincomingmailto…”
4 .Enteryourpersonalemailaddress.
5.Click“SaveChanges”atthebottomofthepage.
USERNAME/User ID PIN/Password CLASS‐Web SSN or W ID 6‐digit PIN The Zone W ID 6‐digit PIN Blackboard W ID First 2 letters of first name+first 2 letters of last name+last 4 digits of W ID Zonemail – college email Zonemail username 6‐digit PIN Need Help? Send an email including
your W ID to: [email protected] or
call 925.424.1710.
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
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Recommendation for Concurrent Enrollment Program
CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT PROGRAM
fall Deadline August 1, 2010
Admissions Procedures
Students should begin the process for concurrent
enrollment early. To enroll concurrently at Chabot
College, follow these procedures:
1. Complete Chabot College Application for
Admissions online.
2. Complete Recommendation for Concurrent
Enrollment form and obtain all required
signatures.
3. Submit current High School transcript. Home
school students should also submit a copy of
their R4 Affidavits. (CA Ed Code, section 33190)
4. Complete Release of Personal Information/
Emergency form.
5. Submit in-person or mail all required forms
together to Chabot College, ATTN: Concurrent
Enrollment Program, Office of Admissions and
Records, 25555 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward, CA
94545.
6. You will be sent a notification of your approved
recommendation and be given a date when
you can register online using CLASS-Web
registration.
Assessment Test
•
•
Students intending to take any Math, English,
or Chemistry classes or any classes with a
prerequisite in Math or English must take the
Assessment test to determine ability in college
course. Assessment must be completed prior to
registration. For assessment schedule, please see
page 5.
NOTE: English Department Policy - Refer to
page 4 under Additional Requirements for New and
Returning High School Concurrent Enrollment Special
•
Registration
•
Students will receive notification when
•
•
•
recommendation is approved and will be given
a date to register online using CLASS-Web
registration system or The Zone web portal.
Summer/Fall 2010 registration for students with
complete and approved admissions starts May
24, 2010.
Registration is limited to courses approved by
middle/high school and Chabot College. These
courses must be listed on your recommendation
form. Enrollment in courses not approved on
your recommendation form will be dropped.
RESTRICTED COURSES: Enrollment in P.E. or
basic skills courses (ie. ENGL 100 level courses,
MATH 100 level courses, all ESL course) are not
allowed. (Title 5 Regulation, Section 55002)
Fees
Enrollment fees are waived for students in the
concurrent enrollment program. However, a $3
mailing fee is assessed to all concurrent enrollment
students in order to provide grade reports at the end
of the term to current school and student. The Health
Service Fee of $9 for the Summer Session and $14
for the Fall/Spring semester are mandatory. Sudents
may be charged for material fees (if applicable).
NOTE: International, out-of-state, and foreign students
will be assessed tuition of $195/unit and enrollment fees.
for more information or to download required forms,
please visit our website http://www.chabotcollege.edu/
Admissions/Concurrent/
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Attach the following documents to this form:
� Application for Admissions
OR online confirmation page
� High School Transcript
� Parent Release form
Mail or Submit this form in-person to:
Office of Admissions & Records
25555 Hesperian Boulevard
Hayward, California 94545
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/Admissions/Concurrent
RECOMMENDATION FOR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT PROGRAM
Submit all required documents to the Office of Admissions & Records by the application deadline date. (See website or contact Admissions
Office). Completion of this form does not constitute in registration to classes. A separate approval must be submitted for each semester or
session in which the student wishes to enroll.
DASAS
STUDENT IDENTIFICATION
SCHOOL INFORMATION
________________________________________________
_________________________________________ Principal
______________________________________________
_________________________________________ School Address
Last Name
First Name
Middle
_________________________________________ School Name
Street Address
_________________________________________ City, State, Zip
________________________________________________
_________________________________________ Phone Number
City, State, Zip
Current Grade Level: __________ Cumulative GPA: _________
In accordance with the Governing Policy Number 5124 and policies of
this District, the following named student is recommended for concurrent
enrollment at Chabot College.
(___)______________/____/________________________
Phone Number
Date of Birth
Chabot Student Id Number
________________________________________________
Email Address (registration notification will be sent here)
COURSE IDENTIFICATION
TERM (select one)
� FALL
� SPRING
YEAR: ________
� SUMMER
COURSE TITLE and NUMBER
SECTION
NUMBER
UNITS
EXAMPLE: ENGL 1A
001
3.0
ENROLLMENT STATUS
� NEW
� CONTINUING
� RETURNING
PREREQUISITE*
N/A
1.
2.
ALTERNATE 1.
ALTERNATE 2.
NOTE: Concurrent Enrollment is limited to a maximum of two (2) courses or six (6) units. Enrollment in physical education or basic skills
courses is not allowed (i.e. all ENGL 100 level classes, all ESL courses, all MATH 100 level). Any change to the course selected above
requires a new recommendation form signed by school officials.
* Many courses require the completion of prerequisites courses taken at Chabot College or their equivalent at another institution. Consult the
course description in the class schedule or college catalog for identification of prerequisites. Assessment must be completed prior to registration
for English and Math courses. Consult a Chabot College counselor for more information regarding prerequisites.
1. Courses listed above relate to the student’s projected education career pattern in the following manner:
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2. TRANSCRIPT: A copy of the student’s current transcript is attached and is submitted as evidence that the student will likely succeed in concurrent
enrollment.
3. PARENTAL APPROVAL: A written statement of parental approval is on file with the student’s records at the high school and permission has been
obtained for issuing student’s transcript to Chabot College.
4. PARENT’S SIGNATURE (required) acknowledges students participation in the Concurrent Enrollment program.
⌦__________________________________________________________________
Date_________________________________________
5. All students will have a Chabot College transcript. If you are currently enrolled in high school, will these courses be used for high school
credit?
� Yes � No
As per Ed. Code 76001, the high school principal of the school certifies, by signing this application that no more than 5 percent of the total number of
students per grade level shall be recommended for enrollment at Chabot College for the summer session.
6. Notification to register online will be provided by the Admissions & Records Office at Chabot College. Enrollment in courses not approved by
the Director of Admissions & Records will be dropped
7. RECOMMENDED BY:
(Signatures are required every term)
Counselor
⌦ ____________________________________________
Date __________________
Principal
⌦ ____________________________________________
Date __________________
(Counselor signature not required for students in 3rd to 8th grade)
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
� UNITS APPROVED: ___________ Director of Admissions & Records
___________________________________
Date __________
� DISAPPROVED
___________________________________
Date __________
JY/MM:rc 12/04/2009
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
V.P. Student Services
Requirements for Admission
1 ADMISSION ELIGIBILITy
To be eligible for Chabot College admission, student
should be at least 18 years old or have one of the following:
• High School diploma
• General Education Degree (GED)
• High School Proficiency Certificate
Apply online at www.chabotcollege.edu or submit
the paper Application for Admission. Mail or hand
deliver the paper application to the Office of Admissions & Records in Bldg. 700. Before submitting the
application, please be sure to include all the required
information and to sign it.
Note: Dental Hygiene, Registered Nursing and International Student (F1 Visa student) applicants should check
with the individual programs for any additional required
application procedures.
Submit to:
CHABOT COLLEGE
25555 HESPERIAN BOULEVARD
HAYWARD, CA 94545-5001 (510) 723-6700
TERM FOR WHICH YOU ARE APPLYING
o FALL o SPRING
1
COLLEGE (Select one)
o SUMMER
3
o
YEAR: ______________
2
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
__ __ __ - __ __ - __ __ __ __
Chabot
o
__ __ __
DATE OF LAST ATTENDANCE AT THE COLLEGE
FULL LEGAL NAME Last Name (Print)
PREVIOUS NAME - Last Name (Print)
D
E
STATE
Returning Student
Year
C
9
3
First Name (Print)
Middle Name
First Name (Print)
Middle Name
APT. NUMBER
CITY
New Student
__ __
Month
RESIDENCE ADDRESS (NOT A P.O. BOX)
NUMBER AND STREET
o
o
Las Positas
Example
E-MAIL ADDRESS
Additional Requirements for New and
Returning High School Concurrent
Enrollment Special Admits
Concurrent Enrollment Eligibility
Deadline August 1, 2010
To be eligible, students must:
• Limit enrollment to advanced scholastic courses.
Enrollment in Physical Education or basic skills
courses will not be allowed. (Title 5 Regulations,
section 55002)
• Be pre-approved by the school principal and
counselor to pursue specific courses. (CA Ed Code,
sections 48800, 48800.5, and 488802)
• Have written parental approval.
General Rules Regarding Conditions of Enrollment
1 The College may determine which students shall
be admitted.
2 Such decisions shall be based on:
• Course prerequisites
• Appropriateness of the course(s) requested
• Space availability
3 Students will be held to the same academic standards as any other college student enrolled in the
class.
4 Students will remain as a member of their 3-12
school. Students may not participate in the cocurricular programs of the college.
5 Students will be permitted to enroll in no more
than two classes or six units.
6 Students will arrange for transportation to and
from the College.
7 Students not present at the first class meeting
will be dropped.
8 Students are protected by the Family Educational
Rights & Privacy Act. Disclosure of educational
records such as registration, attendance, or
grades must be authorized by the student. Go to
www.chabotcollege.edu/Admissions/ferpa.asp.
9 Students will attend their 3rd-12th school for at
least the minimum school day. 10 Students will
purchase the required books and supplies for the
college course(s).
11 Students will share grade reports with the 3-12
school counselor or principal.
12 As per Ed. Code 76001, the principal of the
school certifies, by signing the recommendation form that no more than 5 percent of the
total number of students per grade level shall be
recom mended forenrollment at Chabot College
for the summer session.
13 NOTE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT POLICY:
Concurrently enrolled students sixteen years or
older who have achieved at least junior standing
(or the demonstrated equivalent) in high school
may enroll in transfer/associate degree level
English classes if they score for English 1A
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
HOME PHONE
(
ZIP CODE
)
WORK PHONE
__ __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __
(
MAILING ADDRESS (IF DIFFERENT)
)
NUMBER AND STREET
APT. NUMBER
CITY
STATE
In case of emergency, contact:
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MALE
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11
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Name
BIRTHDATE
Example:
ARE YOU
A U.S. CITIZEN?
NO
Month
Are you Hispanic or Latino?
Asian
Hispanic
AC Chinese
HM Mexican, Mexican American, Chicano
AI
Asian Indian
HR Central American
AJ Japanese
HS South American
AK Korean
HX Other Hispanic
AL Laotian
AM Cambodian
Year
AV Vietnamese
__ __
AX Other Asian
Day
__ __ __ __ __
D
8
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7
9
DATE YOUR PRESENT STAY IN CALIFORNIA BEGAN
Month
Day
Year
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2
7
6
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ENROLLMENT STATUS (student type)
1 = Attending college for the first time since high school
2 = Never attended this college, but have attended or am currently
attending another college
3 = Returning to this college after attending another college
4 = Returning to this college and have not attended any other college
Y = Attending high school during the term for which I am applying
SELECT A MAJOR CODE FROM THE OPPOSITE PAGE
HIGHEST EDUCATIONAL LEVEL AND YEAR
1 = Attending high school
during the semester for
which I am applying
——
2 = Attending adult school
Year awarded
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
DATE OF ISSUE OF U.S. VISA
Day
Month
Year
Example: 2
7
D
E
C
6
High school diploma
GED or Cert. of H.S. proficiency
Cert. of Calif. H.S. proficiency
Foreign secondary diploma/certificate
Associate degree
Bachelor’s degree or higher
16
7
13
Example: 2
7
D
E
C
6
7
A
B
C
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
O
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Transfer to a 4-year college after earning an A.A.degree
Transfer to a 4-year college without earning an A.A.degree
Obtain an associate’s degree (A.A. or A.S.)
Obtain an occupational certificate
Explore career interests, plans, and goals
Acquire new job skills
Enhance current employment opportunities/job skills
Educational development (intellectual, cultural)
Improve basic skills in English, reading or math
Complete credits for high school diploma
Undecided
Change from noncredit to credit coursework
4-year college student taking course to meet 4-year
college requirements
YES
NO (If no, complete the box below.)
4 = Arabic 5 = Other
DATE OF HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR LAST HIGH SCHOOL OF ATTENDANCE
Month
Year
__ __ __ __ __
Name
City
Year
WHAT IS YOUR PRINCIPAL EDUCATIONAL GOAL?
IS ENGLISH YOUR PRIMARY LANGUAGE? IF NOT, WHAT IS YOUR PRIMARY LANGUAGE?
HIGH SCHOOL LAST ATTENDED (use Code Sheet B)
Month
__ __ __ __ __ __ __
COUNTRY OF CITIZENSHIP
A = 1-9 hours per week
B = 10-19 hours per week C = 20-29 hours per week
D = 30-39 hours per week E = 40+ hours per week
N = Don’t expect to work
X = Don’t know
1 = Chinese 2 = Spanish 3 = Tagalog
EXPIRATION DATE
Day
__ __ __ __ __ __ __
NUMBER OF HOURS YOU EXPECT TO WORK THIS TERM:
15
Other
O
Other Non-White
XD Declined to State
Permanent Resident (Alien Number:_______________________________)
Temporary Resident - copy of work authorization required
Amnesty Applicant or Recipient
Refugee/Asylee (INS Numer_________________________________)
Student Visa (F-1 or M-1)
Other (Specify: ______________________________) (copy of visa required)
AB 540 Petitioner
PORT OF ENTRY
(Use Code Sheet A)
Yes
No
Pacific Islander
PG Guamanian
PH Hawaiian
PS Samoan
PX Other Pacific Islander
IF YOU ARE NOT A U.S. CITIZEN, COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:
2
3
3A
4
5
6
6A
__ __ __ __ __ __ __
Example: D
20
14
Phone
ETHNIC IDENTITY/ORIGINS (check one or more)
African American/Black
Filipino
Middle Eastern
American Indian/Alaskan Native
White, Non-Hispanic
YES
10
5
FEMALE
ZIP CODE
__ __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __
State
Example:
D
E
C
6
7
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on the English Placement Test and meet other enrollment criteria stated in the college’s concurrent enrollment policy. Concurrently enrolled students under sixteen who have not achieved junior standing (or the
demonstrated equivalent) in high school may not enroll in English classes at Chabot College. No concurrently enrolled students may enroll in English classes below the transfer/associate degree level (i.e.,
English 100 level classes).
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Requirements for Admission- Continued
17
COLLEGE LAST ATTENDED(UseCodeSheetC)
DATE HIGHEST COLLEGE DEGREE AWARDED
CollegeName
State
Country
Month
Year
Example:
DEC67
__ __ __ __ __
DEGREE EARNED
ASSOCIATEBACHELOR’SMASTER’SDOCTORATE
LIST BELOW ALL COLLEGES ATTENDED(includingChabotand/orLasPositas):
COLLEGEORUNIVERSITY
Ifnocollegeattended,write“None”
CITYANDSTATE
ORFOREIGNCOUNTRY
18
DATESOFATTENDANCE
Month/Year
to
Month/Year
/
to
/
/
to
/
/
to
/
DEGREESEARNED
RESIDENCY INFORMATION - MUST BE COMPLETED
TheinformationyoufurnishwillbeusedtodeterminewhetheryouqualifyasaCaliforniaresident.Nonresidentswillberequiredtopaynonresidenttuition.Generally,residencyrequiresthatyoumusthavelivedinCaliforniawiththeclearintentofbecomingapermanentresidentfor
atleastoneyearandadaypriortothefirstdayofinstructionfortheterminwhichyouareenrolling.Theburdenofprooftoclearlydemonstrate
bothphysicalpresenceinCaliforniaandintenttoestablishCaliforniaresidencelieswiththestudent.
Documentationmayincludetwoofthefollowing:Californiadriver’slicenseoridentificationcard,bankstatement,voterregistration,lettersfrom
employersorgovernmentalagencies,rentreceipts,ortranscriptsfromCaliforniaschools.Therearecertainexceptionstothisrulewhichapplyto
militarypersonnelandtheirdependents,orinthecaseofcertainstudentsbelow19yearsofage,etc.Youmayberequiredtosupplyadditional
informationtodetermineyourresidencystatus.SuchinformationmightbeevidenceinaccordancewithEducationCodeSections68040etsec.
ALL STUDENTS CLASSIFIED INCORRECTLY AS RESIDENTS ARE SUBJECT TO RECLASSIFICATION AND TO PAYMENT OF ALL NONRESIDENT FEES NOT PAID.
1.
2.
3.
PLACE OF BIRTH_______________________________________________________________________________________________
City
State/Country
HAVE YOU LIVED IN CALIFORNIA CONTINUOUSLY SINCE BIRTH?
Yes
NoIf Yes, skip to section 20.
WHAT STATE DO YOU REGARD AS YOUR PERMANENT HOME?____________________
HAVE YOU LIVED AT YOUR
PRESENT ADDRESS FOR
LESS THAN TWO YEARS?
Yes
DATE YOU BEGAN LIVING AT
YOUR PRESENT ADDRESS
No
Day Month
__ __ __ __ __ __ __
Example:27
IFYES,LISTTHEADDRESS(ES)WHEREYOURESIDEDFORTHEPASTTWOYEARS:
STREETADDRESS CITY
FROM
STATE
ANSWER EACH OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
Year
DEC 67
TO
Month/YearMonth/Year
IF YES, IN WHAT YEAR?
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
HaveyouregisteredtovoteinastateotherthanCalifornia?
HaveyoupetitionedfordivorceinastateotherthanCalifornia?
Haveyouattendedanout-of-stateeducationalinstitutionasaresidentofthatstate?
Haveyoudeclarednon-residenceforCaliforniastateincometaxpurposes?
COMPLETE THIS SECTION IF YOU ARE UNDER 19 YEARS OF AGE
Haveyoulivedcontinuouslyforthepasttwo(2)yearswithoneorbothofyourparentsorcourtappointedlegalguardian? YesNo
IfYes,checkone:
Bothparents Mother FatherLegalGuardian
Hastheperson(s)indicatedabovelivedcontinuouslyforthepasttwo(2)yearsinCalifornia?
YesNo
Hastheperson(s)indicatedaboveclaimedyouontheirfederalorstateincometaxforthepastone(1)year? YesNo
Indicatetheirname(s)andaddressbelow:
Name(s)
NumberandStreet
City/State
19
IF YOU ARE ON ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY OR A DEPENDENT OF A PERSON ON ACTIVE DUTY,
INDICATE THE DATE MILITARY SERVICE BEGAN IN CALIFORNIA
Submit copy of orders, military I.D. card, or DD214 with application for admission
Year
__ __ __ __ __ __ __
Example:27 DEC
AreyouconsideringapplyingforVeteransBenefits?YesNo
Areyouadependentofaservice-connectdisabledorservice-connecteddeceasedveteran?
20
Day Month
67
YesNo
STUDENT SIGNATURE
NOTE: Students applying for Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Paramedic, or the International Student (F-1 visa) programs must complete separate application
forms.
IherebyapplyforadmissiontoChabotCollegeand/orLasPositasCollegeandcertifyunderpenaltyofperjurythattothebestofmyknowledge,
ALLoftheabovestatementsarecorrectandcomplete.Ialsounderstandthatwillfulomissionorfalsificationorfailuretoreportchangesinresidencemayresultinmydismissalfromthecollegewithforfeitureofcredit.
Date______________________________________________ Signature_____________________________________________________
Additional Requirements for Veterans
and Active Military
The College is approved to offer instruction to
servicepersons, reservists, and other eligible person
under Title 38, United States Code and Department of
Veterans Affairs regulations. New and former student
must submit an application for admission before they
can register for classes and begin the certification
process.
The basic categories of educational assistance are:
Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty (Ch. 30), Montgomery GI Bill – Selected Reserve (Ch. 1606), Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP - Ch.
32), Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP
- Ch. 1607), Survivor’s and Dependent’s Educational
Assistance Program (Ch. 35), Restored Entitlement
Program for Survivors (REPS) and Vocational Rehabilitation (Ch. 31), and Post 9/11 Veterans Education
Assistance Act of 2008 (Ch. 33).
Students applying for any of these educational
benefits are required to request official academic transcripts from each school they previously attended and
have the transcripts sent to the Office of Admissions
& Records for evaluation purposes. For more information contact the Chabot College Veterans Office in
Bldg. 700.
Additional Requirements for
International Students
Students wishing to apply for admission to Chabot
College will need to submit academic transcripts,
TOEFL exam results, evidence of financial support
and health examinations. They will also need to
submit a “standard” application for admission online
and the International Student Application. Chabot will
make every effort to advise prospective international
students of their admission status as soon as possible
after receiving the required documents. International
students are encouraged to apply as far in advance of
the desired entry date as possible also allow sufficient
time for application processing and other arrangements.
Please provide all required documents. Upon receipt
of all documents, you will be notified by mail of your
acceptance to the college. Chabot College welcomes
your application as an international student and our
staff will make every effort to assist you. Our admission requirements conform to the regulations of the
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
for issuing student visas.
When to Apply
Due to recent changes in F-1 student visa application
procedures at US embassies and consulates around
the world, students should apply as early as possible. Do not wait until the application deadline since
students often forget to send all necessary documents
together. Once we receive everything needed, we will
begin evaluation of your application and an admission
decision will be made within three to five weeks. It is
strongly recommended that students apply six months
before the semester they wish to start studying.
To be considered for admission, a student must
submit all the required materials by the following
deadline dates.
Again, due to the visa application process at the US Embassies and consulates, overseas applicants are strongly
encouraged to ap as early as possible.
International Admissions
Application Deadlines
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Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
Semester
Outside
the US
Within
the US Classes Begin Orientation
Fall
July 1
August 1
Late-August
Mid-August
Spring
Nov. 1
Dec. 1
Late-January
Mid-January
Code Sheet : A
Annual Notification to
Students – FERPA Policy
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
(FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect
to their education records. These rights are:
1 The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within 45 days of the day the College receives a request for access. Students should
submit to the Director of Admissions and Records,
a written request that identifies the record(s) they
wish to inspect. The Director will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time
and place where the records may be inspected. If the
records are not maintained by the Director of Admissions and Records, they shall advise the student
of the correct official to whom the request should be
addressed.
2 The right to request the amendment of the student’s
education records that the student believes is inaccurate or misleading. Students may ask the College
to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate or
misleading. They should write the Director of Admissions and Records or College official responsible
for the record, clearly identify the part of the record
they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate
or misleading. If the College decides not to amend
the record as requested by the student, the College
will notify the student of the decision andadvise the
student of his or her right to a hearing regarding
the request for amendment. Additional information
regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to
the student when notified of the right to a hearing.
3 The right to consent to disclosures of personally
identifiable information contained in the student’s
education records, except to the extent that FERPA
authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception, which permits disclosure without consent,
is disclosure to school officials with legitimate
educational interests. A school official is defined as
a person employed by Chabot-Las Positas Community College District in an administrative, supervisory, academic, or support staff position (including
law enforcement unit and health staff); a person or
company with whom the College or District has
contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person serving on the Board of Trustees; or a person assisting another school official in
performing his or her tasks.
A school official is defined as a person employed by
Chabot-Las Positas Community College District in an
administrative, supervisory, academic, or support staff
position (including law enforcement unit and health
staff); a person or company with whom the College or
District has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor,
or collection agent); a person serving on the Board of
Trustees; or a person assisting another school official
in performing his or hertasks. A school official has a
legitimate educational interest if the official needs to
review an education record in order to fulfill his or her
professional duties and responsibilities.
Upon request, the College discloses education records
without consent to officials of another school in which
a student seeks or intends to enroll.
While the college does not provide general student directory services, it may release the following information about a student without consent: name, address,
telephone number, date of birth, major field of study,
degrees and awards received and dates of attendance.
Any student who does not wish such information to
be released about him/herself shall notify the Office of
Admissions and Records in writing, no later than 10
school days after the start of the term. Chabot College
does not release student information for individual
use, private business or commercial firms for use in
advertising and publicity.
If a student has a concern they have the right to file a
complaint with the US Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the College to comply with
the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of
the office that administers FERPA is:
CODE SHEET
USETOCOMPLETE
APPLICATIONFORM
CODE
A MAJORS
(To be used to complete Number 11 on the Application for Admission)
A.A.DEGREEMAJORS
2101
0201
1006
1002
1004
1005
2209
0402
0403
0503
0703
0705
1202
2105
ADMINISTRATIONOFJUSTICE
ARCHITECTURE
ART(GENERAL)
ART(EMPHASISINCERAMICS)
ART(EMPHASISINPAINTING)
ART(EMPHASISINSCULPTURE)
BEHAVIORALSCIENCE(GENERAL)
BIOLOGY
BIOLOGY(EMPHASISINALLIEDHEALTH)
BUSINESSADMINISTRATION
COMPUTERSCIENCE(EmphMATHEMATICS)
COMPUTERSCIENCE(GENERAL)
DENTALHYGIENE
EARLYCHILDHOODDEVELOPMENT
2130
1508
2203
2120
2121
1102
2205
1027
2215
4901
4903
0601
4909
4926
EARLYCHILDHOODINTERVENTION
ENGLISH(EMPHINLITERATURE)
ETHNICSTUDIES
FIRETECHNOLOGY
FIREPREVENTIONINSPECTOR
FRENCH
GEOGRAPHY
GRAPHICDESIGN
HUMANSERVICES
HUMANITIES(GENERAL)
INTERNATIONALSTUDIES
JOURNALISM
LIBERALARTS
LIBERALSTUDIES,ELEMTEACHERPREP
0603
1701
1204
1011
1206
1013
0804
0605
0519
2204
1105
MASSCOMMUNICATIONS
MATHEMATICS
MEDICALASSISTING
MUSIC
NURSING
PHOTOGRAPHY
PHYSICALEDUCATION
RADIO&TELEVISIONBROADCASTING
REALESTATE
SOCIALSCIENCE(GENERAL)
SPANISH
0549
1902
0759
0758
0922
2128
2129
2221
0935
0204
BUSINESS(GENERAL)
CHEMISTRY
COMPUTERSCIENCE(EmphMATHEMATICS)
COMPUTERSCIENCE(GENERAL)
ENGINEERING
FIRETECHNOLOGY
FIREPREVENTIONINSPECTOR
HUMANSERVICES
INDUSTRIALTECHNOLOGY
INTERIORDESIGN
0939
1702
0941
0545
0750
0953
MACHINETOOLTECHNOLOGY
MATHEMATICS
NUMERICALCONTROL
RETAILMANAGEMENT
SOFTWARESPECIALIST
WELDINGTECHNOLOGY
ACCOUNTINGTECHNICIAN
ADMINISTRATIVEASSISTANT
AQUATICS(CA)
AQUATICS(CP)
AUTOMOTIVECHASSISTECHNOLOGY
AUTOMOTIVEDRIVETRAINTECHNOLOGY
AUTOMOTIVEENGINEMACHINING
AUTOENGINEPERFORMANCETECHNOLOGY
AUTOMOTIVEMAINTENANCETECHNOLOGY
BOOKKEEPING
BUSINESS-TRANSFER
BUSINESSGRAPHICS
CASEMGMTFORHUMANSERVICES
COACHING(CA)
COACHING(CP)
CREATIVEWRITING
CSU-GEB
DIGITALDESIGN
DIGITALMEDIA
2117
2118
2131
2127
2126
0811
0823
2220
1015
0563
0565
4928
1019
0979
0208
0211
0940
EARLYCHILDHOODDEVELOPMENT
(ASSOCIATETEACHER)
EARLYCHILDHOODDEVELOPMENT
(BASICTEACHER)
EARLYCHILDHOODINTERVENTIONASSISTANT
FIREPREVENTIONINSPECTOR
FIRETECHNOLOGY
FITNESSINSTRUCTOR(CA)
FITNESSINSTRUCTOR(CP)
GEOGRAPHICINFOSYS(GIS)
GRAPHICDESIGN
HEALTHCAREMANAGEMENT
HUMANRESOURCEASSISTANT
IGETC
ILLUSTRATION
INSPECTIONANDPIPEWELDING
INTERIORDESIGN
KITCHENANDBATHDESIGN
MACHINIST
0544
0538
1205
2211
2212
0942
0531
0557
1014
0520
0556
0529
0566
0757
0812
0824
0949
0952
1507
MANAGEMENT
MARKETING
MEDICALASSISTING
MULTICULTURALAWARENESS/SELF-REFLECTION
MULTICULTURALAWARENESS/
RELATIONSSERVICEPROVIDER
NUMERICALCONTPROGRAMMER(MACHINIST)
OFFICETECHNOLOGY(CA)
OFFICETECHNOLOGY(CP)
PHOTOGRAPHY
REALESTATE
RETAILMANAGEMENT
RETAILING
SMALLBUSINESSMANAGEMENT
SOFTWARESPECIALIST
SPORTSINJURYCARE(CA)
SPORTSINJURYCARE(CP)
TOOLMAKER
WELDING
WRITING
TRANSFERPREPARATION
1501
0922
2203
1009
2124
0101
1102
2205
1903
1103
1015
0802
2206
4902
0803
0204
4903
0602
4906
0820
0405
0604
ENGLISH
ENGINEERING
ETHNICSTUDIES
FINEARTS
FORENSICSCIENCE
FORESTRY
FRENCH
GEOGRAPHY
GEOLOGY
GERMAN
GRAPHICDESIGN(VISUALCOMMUNICATION)
HEALTHEDUCATION
HISTORY
HUMANITIES
INDUSTRIALARTS
INTERIORDESIGN
INTERNATIONALSTUDIES
JOURNALISM
LIBERALSTUDIES
KINESIOLOGY
MARINESCIENCE
MASSCOMMUNICATIONS
1701
1012
1502
1904
2207
1208
1209
1401
1601
1210
1503
1211
1212
1213
0104
2001
2204
2114
2208
1105
1504
1008
0109
0406
MATHEMATICS
MUSIC
PHILOSOPHY
PHYSICS/PHYSICALSCIENCES
POLITICALSCIENCE
PRE-DENTAL
PRE-DENTALHYGIENE
PRE-LEGAL
PRE-LIBRARIANSHIP
PRE-MEDICAL
PRE-MINISTRY
PRE-NURSING
PRE-OPTOMETRY
PRE-PHARMACY
PRE-VETERINARYMEDICINE
PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIALSCIENCE(GENERAL)
SOCIALWELFARE
SOCIOLOGY
SPANISH
SPEECH
THEATERARTS
WILDLIFE
ZOOLOGY
A.S.DEGREEMAJORS
0501
0526
0210
0987
0988
0989
0990
0986
0547
0548
ACCOUNTING
ADMINISTRATIVEASSISTANT
ARCHITECTURE
AUTOTECHNOLOGY(EmphCHASSIS)
AUTOTECHNOLOGY(EmphDRIVETRAIN)
AUTOTECHNOLOGY(EmphENGINEMACHINING)
AUTOTECH(EmphENGINEPERFORMANCE)
AUTOTECHNOLOGY(EmphMAINTENANCE)
BUSINESS(EMPHMANAGMT)
BUSINESS(EMPHMARKETING)
CERTIFICATES
0525
0527
0809
0821
0974
0975
0976
0977
0978
0564
0562
0751
2218
0810
0822
1506
4927
1025
1024
ForCSU/UCvisitwww.assist.org.
Foradditionalassistanceto
transfertoCSU/UCorprivate
schoolseeaChabotcounselor.
0502
2201
0202
1001
1901
2209
0401
0504
1902
0704
2123
2219
2107
2202
0801
ACCOUNTING
ANTHROPOLOGY
ARCHITECTURE/ENVIRON.DESIGN
ART
ASTRONOMY
BEHAVIORALSCIENCE(GENERAL)
BIOLOGICALSCIENCES
BUSINESSADMINISTRATION
CHEMISTRY
COMPUTERSCIENCE
CRIMINALJUSTICE
DEAFSTUDIES
EARLYCHILDHOODEDUCATION
ECONOMICS
EDUCATION
0099
0093
0000
OTHER/NOTLISTED
PERSONALDEVELOPMENT
UNDECLARED
Chabot College FERPA Officials
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Family Policy Compliance Office
US Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202-4605
http://www.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa
For more information regarding FERPA regulations and confidentiality and privacy of student
records, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/admissions/ferpa.asp.
Student Discipline
Melinda Matsuda
Interim V P, Student Services
510.723.6744
[email protected]
Student Records
Judy Young
Interim Director, A &R
510.723.6700
[email protected]
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Code Sheet: B & C
Enrollment Access Policies
Open Courses
The policy of this district is that, unless specifically
exempted by statute or regulation, every course,
course section, or class, reported for state aid,
wherever offered and maintained by the district,
shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the
college(s) and who meets such prerequisites as may
be established pursuant to regulations contained
in Article 2.5 (commencing with Section 55200)
of Subchapter 1 of Chapter 6 of this Division of
Matriculation Regulations.
Course Prerequisite Policy
Prerequisite means the preparation or previous
course work considered necessary for success in the
course. The college requires students to complete
prerequisites as pre-enrollment preparation. (See
Prerequisite Challenge Procedures for conditions
under which a prerequisite may not be required.)
Prerequisites which are listed in the College Catalog include:
1 Courses for which specific prerequisites have
been validated.
2 Sequential course work in a degree-applicable
program.
3 Courses in which a prerequisite is necessary for
transfer to a four-year college.
Non-Discrimination
Policy
Age
Chabot College complies with the Age Discrimination
in Employment Act of 1974, which prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of age.
Disabled
Chabot College does not discriminate on the basis of
disability in the admission or access to, or treatment
or employment in, its programs or activities. The
designee to coordinate compliance with non-discrimination requirements in the American with Disabilities
Act: Melinda Matsuda, Vice President, Student Services, Rm. 208, 510.723.6744, TDD 510.723.6725.
Race, Color, or National Origin
Chabot College complies with the requirements of
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the regulations adopted thereunder. No person shall, on the
grounds of race, color, or national origin be excluded
from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or
be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any
program of the college. Chabot College also complies
with Title VII of the Act, which includes nondiscrimination on the basis of religion and sex. Limited
language skills are not a barrier to occupational programs and services.
Sex or Sexual Orientation
Chabot College does not discriminate on the basis of
sex or sexual orientation in education programs or
activities. Title IX of the Educational Amendments
of 1972, as amended, and the administrative regulations adopted thereunder prohibit discrimination on
the basis of sex in education programs and activities
operated by the college. Such programs and activities
include admission of students and employment.
Sexual Harassment
Chabot College desires to maintain an academic and
work environment which protects the dignity and
promotes the mutual respect of all employees and
students. Sexual harassment of employees or students
will not be condoned. In general, deliberate verbal
comments, gestures or physical contact of a sexual
nature that are unsolicited and unwelcomed will be
considered harassment (Title VII of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964). Inquiries concerning the application of
these policies to programs and activities of Chabot
College may be referred to the following officers assigned the administrative responsibility of reviewing
such matters:
Employee Concerns: Wyman Fong, Director of Human Resources, 925.485.5261.
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CODE B HIGH SCHOOLS
(To be used to complete Number 16 on the Application for Admission)
695978
073028
013022
013045
013058
013002
013006
013084
013117
014140
013300
073005
073112
074118
013209
013222
013003
384089
693280
073183
014168
011046
074238
073681
013267
013268
ABUNDANTLIFECHRISTIAN
ACALANES
ALAMEDA
ALBANY
AMADOR
AMADORVALLEYADULT
AMERICAN
ARROYO
BERKELEY
BISHOPO’DOWD
BRENKWITZCONT.
CALIFORNIA
CAMPOLINDO
CARONDELET
CASTLEMONT
CASTROVALLEY
CASTROVALLEYADULT
CHINESECENTRAL
CHINESECHRISTIAN
CONCORD
CONCORDIA
CONLEY-CARABALLO
DELASALLE
DELAMIGO
DELVALLE
DEWEY
013270
013027
013274
013287
013014
013009
013310
014026
013313
014326
013339
013362
013352
013858
014414
013427
013430
013445
013452
013453
013466
013473
013479
013524
DUBLIN
ELRANCHOVERDE
EMERY
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DOMINGUEZHILLS
Student Concerns / Discrimination Concerns:
Melinda Matsuda, Vice President, Student
Services, Bldg.700, 510.723.6744, TDD
510.723.6725.
Inquiries may also be addressed to: San Francisco
Office of Civil Rights, US Dept. of Education,
50 Beale Street, Suite 7200, San Francisco, CA
94105, 415.486.5555.
Declaración de No Discriminación
Chabot y Las Positas colleges, de acuerdo con
las leyes civiles, declara que no discrimina hacia
ninguna persona a base de su raza, color, naclonalidad, ascendencia, religión, creencia, sexo, edad o
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incapacidad, en sus programs y políticas de empleo
y educación. El conocimiento limitado del idioma
no limita acceso a programas y servicios ocupacionales. Cualquier pregunta sobre la aplicación de
esta declaración puede dirigirse a:
Asuntos de Empleo: Wyman Fong, Director of Human
Resources, 925.485.5261.
Asuntos de Estudiantes / Asuntos de Discriminación:
Melinda Matsuda, Vice President, Student Services,
Bldg.700, 510.723.6744, TDD 510.723.6725.
Las investigaciones se pueden también tratar a: San
Francisco Office of Civil Rights, US Dept. of Education,
50 Beale Street, Suite 7200, San Francisco, CA 94105,
415.486.5555.
Solicitud de Admisión
Bienvenidos a Chabot College
Solicitud de Admisión
El Colegio Chabot:
CHABOT-LAS POSITAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
Someter a:
CHABOT COLLEGE
25555 HESPERIAN BOULEVARD
HAYWARD, CA 94545-5001 (510) 723-6700
PERIODO PARA EL CUAL ESTÁ SOLICITANDO
VERANO
1
NÚMERO DE SEGURO SOCIAL
3
APELLIDO (LETRA DE MOLDE)
Uno es elegible de asistir al Colegio de Chabot
si tiene un diploma de una escuela secundaria
o el equivalent (GED) y por lo menos 18 años
de edad, o si es estudiante de una escuela
secundaria y tiene una recomendación de su
consejero. Mire la pagina 09-10.
• Estudiantes quizás tengan que presentar un
comprobante demonstrado que han sido un
residente de California por un año.
• Estudiantes no ciudadanos quizás tengan
que presentar documentos específicos para
determinar si son sujetos a pagar la enseñanza
como “no residente” o estudiante internaciónal.
• Estudiantes que son miembros de las fuerzas
armadas de los Estados Unidos, estaciónados
en California en servicio activo tendrán el
derecho de ser clasificado como residente por
un año.
• Por ley, todos solicitantes masculinos para
admisión, como estudiante no graduado son
obligados a registrarse con el Servicio de
Selección.
• Dependientes de veteranos incapacitados o
fallecidos pueden ser eligibles para eliminar
el costo de matrículación. Comuníquese con
la Oficina de Veteranos al 510.723.6910.
Mande por correo o entregue en persona su
solicitud a la oficina de Admisión y Registro en
el edificio
700 al domicilio
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94545
Se les regresarán solicitudes incompletas a los
estudiantes y pueden afectar su habilidad de
matricularse para clases.
Para más información, comuníquese con
-
SELECCIONE UN COLEGIO
PRIMAVERA
2
-
AÑO:
Chabot
ESTUDIANTE NUEVO
Las Positas
ESTUDIANTE ACTUAL
Mes
ÚLTIMA FECHA QUE ASISTIÓ A CHABOT O A LAS POSITAS
Ejemplo:
CORREO ELECTRÓNICO
Es importante que la comunidad latina
continúe teniendo interés en el Colegio
Chabot. Cuando usted complete la solicitud,
por favor indique que es “Hispano”. Hemos
tenido la oportunidad que la población
estudiantil hispana/latina en el Colegio Chabot
ha alcanzado el 26%, siendo la población
étnica más poblada. Al alcanzar esta meta,
el Colegio Chabot está en posición de recibir
recursos monetarios para proveer más
servicios como consejería, ayuda telefónica y
otros servicios necesarios bilingües.
Elegibilidad de la Admisión
OTOÑO
PREVIO NOMBRE - APELLIDO (LETRA DE MOLDE)
SOLICITUD DE ADMISION
El sistema de Colegio Comunitario de
California ofrece algo para todos y hay muchas
razones por las cuales los estudiantes deciden
inscribirse. Estudiantes del Colegio Chabot se
inscriben por una gran variedad de razones:
Para completar sus primeras 60 unidades en un
colegio comunitario y después transferirse a la
universidad para continuar su educación; para
obtener un AA o certificado vocacional; para
mejorar sus capacidades de lenguaje o mejorar
su empleabilidad mediante sus habilidades de
trabajo; o simplemente para aprender algo
nuevo.
D
Año
E
C
9
3
NOMBRE (LETRA DE MOLDE)
INICIAL DEL 2ndo NOMBRE
NOMBRE (LETRA DE MOLDE)
APELLIDO MATERNO
DIRECCIÓN FÍSICA LEGAL (NO USE UN APARTADO POSTAL)
NÚMERO Y CALLE
NÚMERO DE APT.
CIUDAD
ESTADO
CÓDIGO POSTAL
TELÉFONO DE CASA
(
)
TELÉFONO DEL TRABAJO
-
DIRECCIÓN POSTAL (SI ES DIFERENTE)
NÚMERO Y CALLE
NÚMERO DE APT.
CIUDAD
ESTADO
CÓDIGO POSTAL
Contacto en caso de emergencia:
4
5
MASCULINO
FEMENINO
B
Negro no Hispano
F
Filipino
ME
Medio Oriente
N
Nativo Norteamericano/Indio
Norteamericano/Nativo de Alaska
W
Blanco no Hispano
6
FECHA DE NACIMIENTO
Ejemplo:
7
¿Es usted ciudadano
de los EEUU?
Sí
No
10
8
Nombre
ORIGEN ÉTNICO (marque sólo uno)
Hispano
HM
Mexicano, México Americano,
Chicano
HR
Centroamericano
HS
Sudamericano
HX
Hispano no citado
Mes
D
E
Día
C
2
7
6
Día
7
9
CATEGORIA DE INSCRIPCIÓN (tipo de estudiante)
No
Isleño Pacífico
PG
Guamaniano
PH
Hawaiano
PS
Samoano
PX
Otro
Otro
O
XD
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Residente Permanente
Residente Temporal
Solicitante De Amnistía
Estado ortorgado para asilo político o refugiado
Visa de estudiante (F-1 o M-1)
Otro tipo de Visa:
(V-1, H-1, L-1, Etc.)
Otro estado (no es residente)
Código
1 = Primer ingreso al colegio después de asistir a la escuela preparatoria
2 = Nunca he asistido a Chabot o a Las Positas después de haber asistido a otro
colegio
3 = Regresando a Chabot o a Las Positas después de haber asisitido a otro colegio FECHA DE EMISIÓN DE VISA ESTADUNIDENSE
4 = Regresando a Chabot o a Las Positas y no he asisido a otro colegio
Mes
Día
Año
Y = Asistiendo á la escuela preparatoria durante el periodo para el cual estoy
solicitando
Ejemplo:
Ejemplo: 2 7
D
I C
6 7
11 SELECCIONE UN CÓDIGO DE
ESPECIALIZACIÓN (Código A)
12 MÁXIMO NIVEL ACADÉMICO Y AÑO
Código
14
20
{
PUERTO DE ENTRADA
3 = Diplomas de la escuela para adultos
4 = GED
5 = Certificado de competencia de la
preparatoria
6 = Certificado de preparatoria del
extranjero
7 = Título Asociado
8 = Licenciatura o más alto
NÚMERO DE HORAS QUE USTED PIENSA TRABAJAR DURANTE ESTE CICLO
Código
15
1 = Asistencia a la escuela
secundariá durante el cual
solicito
2 = Asistiendo a una escuela
para adultos
A = 1-9 hrs. por semana
B = 10-19 hrs. por semana
D = 30-39 hrs. por semana E = 40+ hrs. por semana
X = No sé
¿ES EL INGLÉS SU IDIOMA NATIVO?
1 = Chino
2 = Español
Sí
3 = Pilipino
No
Otro de color
Disminuido
ESTATUS RESIDENCIA
2
3
3A
4
5
6
6A
Año
Sí
¿Es ud. latino o hispano?
Asiático
AC
Chino
Al
Subcont. Indico
AJ
Japonés
AK
Coreano
AL
Lausiano
AM
Camboyano
AV
Vietnamita
AX
Asiatico no citado
Año
Fecha que su presente permanencia en California
empezó
Mes
Teléfono
C = 20-29 hrs. por semana
N = No pienso trabajar
FECHA DE CADUCIDAD
Mes
2
Día
7
D
I
C
Año
6
7
PAÍS DE CIUDADANÍA
13
Código
¿CUÁL ES SU PRINCIPAL META ACADÉMICA?
A = Obtener Licenciatura después de obtener un Título Asociado
(A.A./A.S.)
B = Obtener Licenciatura sin el Título Asociado (A.A./A.S.)
C = Obtener un Título Asociado (A.A./A.S.)
D = Obtener Certificado
G = Adquirir nuevas habilidades de trabajo
H = Incrementar sus actuales oportunidades/habilidades de trabajo
J = Enriquecimiento inteleclual
L = Completar créditos para obtener el diploma de preparatoria
M = No he decidido meta académica
N = El cambio de algún crédito para acreditar los deberes
O = Estudiante colegial de 4 años que toma el curso para satisfacer
los requistos colegiales
(Si no, llene la caja abajo)
4 = Árabe
5 = Otro
Código
16
ÚLTIMA ESCUELA SECUNDARIA ASISTIDA (Use la hoja de código B)
FECHA DE DIPLOMA DE ESCUELA SECUNDARIA O ÚLTIMA ESCUELA
SECUNDARIA DE ASISTENCIA
Mes
Ejemplo:
D
I
Año
C
6
7
Érika Magallón (510) 723-7014 o [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu envenidos a Chabot College
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Solicitud de Admisión
Para estudiantes elegibles que se
graduaron de una secondaria de
California
Solicitud de Admisión
17
La legislatura aprobó la ley bajo el
nombre AB 540. En la pagina 11.
FECHA DE SU DIPLOMA O SU ÚLTIMA ASISTENCIA A
PREPARATORIA
Mes
Año
ÚLTIMA PREPATATORIA ASISTIDA
(Use la hoja de código C)
Nombre de preparatoria
SOLICITUD DE ADMISION
Estado
País
Ejemplo:
GRADO OBTENIDO
SOCIO
D
LICENCIATURA
I
C
6
MAESTRÍA
7
DOCTORADO
LISTA DE TODOS LOS COLEGIOS DONDE HA ASISTIDO (INCLUSO CHABOT Y/O LAS POSITAS)
COLEGIO O UNIVERSIDAD
Si ningún colegio asistido, escriba “Ninguno”
18
CUIDAD / ESTADO O PÁIS
FECHAS DE ASISTENCIA
Mes/Año
/
Mes/Año
/
a
/
/
a
/
/
a
/
GRADO OBTENIDO
La información que usted proporciona se utilizará para determinar si usted califica como residente de California. A no residentes se les requiere pagar cuotas de no
residente. Generalmente, la residencia requiere que usted debe haber vivido en California con la intención clara de llegar a ser un residente permanente; se necesitan
ambas, presencia física en California y la intención de establecer los requisitos de residencia de California del estudiante.
La documentación puede incluir dos de los siguiente: Permiso de conducir o identificación dé California, estado de cuenta bancaria, matrícula de votante, cartas de
empleadores o agencias gubernamentales, recibos de alquiler o constancias de estudios de escuelas de California. Hay ciertas excepciones a esta regla que aplican al
personal militar y a sus dependientes, o en el caso de ciertos éstudiantes menores de 19 años de edad. Se le puede requerir suministrar información adicional para
determinar su estado de residencia.
Todos los estudiantes clasificados incorrectamente como residentes son sujetos a reclasificación y al pago de todos los honorarios de transeúnte no pagados.
1. LUGAR DE NACIMENTO
Estado / País
Sí
Si, sí, vaya a la sección 20
No
3. ¿Qué Estado considera usted su residencia permanente?
¿HA VIVIDO EN SU DIRECCIÓN
ACTUAL DURANTE MENOS
DE DOS AÑOS?
Sí
No
FECHA EN QUE USTED COMENZÓ
A VIVIR EN SU DIRECCIÓN
PRESENTE
Día
Ejemplo: 2
Si sí, ponga la dirección en una lista donde usted residió durante los dos años pasados
Domicilio
Ciudad
Estado / país
Mes
7
D
I
DE
Mes/Año
CONTESTE CADA UNA DE LAS PREGUNTAS SIGUIENTES
Año
C
6
A
Mes/Año
Sí
Sí
Sí
Sí
19
Domicilio, Número, Calle, Ciudad
¿Está usted considerando solicitar Beneficios de Veteranos?
Sí
No
¿Es usted dependiente de un veterano difunto o con discapacidad relacionada a su servicio?
20
Sí
No
Sí
Sí
No
No
Estado, Código postal
SI USTED ESTÁ EN EL SERVICIO MILITAR ACTIVO O ES DEPENDIENTE DE UNA PERSONA EN EL
SERVICIO MILITAR, INDIQUE LA FECHA EN QUE EL SERVICIO MILITAR COMENZÓ EN CALIFORNIA
Mes
Ejemplo: 2
Sí
7
Día
D
I
Año
C
6
7
No
FIRMA REQUERIDA
NOTA: Los estudiantes que solicitan para los programas de Enfermería, Higienista Dental, Paramédico o Estudiante Internacional (F-1 Visa), deben completar
formularios de solicitud separados.
Por la presente, yo solicito admisión al colegio Chabot y/o al Colegio Las Positas y certifico bajo pena de perjurio que según mi leal saber y entender, mis
declaraciones anteriores son correctas y completas. Entiendo también que omisiones o falsificaciones voluntariosas o evitar informar cambios de residencia puede
resultar en mi despido del colegio con caducidad de crédito.
Fecha
10
Firma del estudiante
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• El estudiante tiene que haber asistido a clases
de una secondaria en el estado de California
(pública o privada) por tres años o más.
• El estudiante tiene que haberse graduado de una
secondaria de California o haber aprobado un
examen de graduación (por ejemplo, el GEO o
el examen California High School Proficiency)
antes del comienzo del periodo académico.
• Todos los estudiantes que no tengan un estado
de inmigración legal deben someter una declaración con la universidad en donde indiquen
que ya han sometido una petición para arreglar
tal estado o, si esto no es posible en la actualidad, que lo van a hacer tan pronto califiquen.
• Los estudiantes que tengan visas de no-inmigrantes (las visas de estudiante ‘F’ y las visas de
turista ‘B’) no califican para esta excepción.
No
No
No
No
Conteste cada una de las siguientes preguntas sí es menor de 19 años
¿Ha vivido continuamente durante los últimos dos años con uno o ambos de sus padres o un guardián legal designado por un tribunal?
Si sí, compruebe:
ambos padres
madre
padre
guardián legal
Indique la persona(s) arriba con quien ha vivido continuamente durante los dos años pasados en California
Indique la persona(s) arriba que lo reclamó a usted en su impuesto sobre la renta federal o estatal durante el año pasado
Indique su(s) nombre(s) y dirección abajo
Nombre(s)
7
Si contesta sí, indique en qué año
¿Se ha registrado usted para votar en otro Estado que California?
¿Ha peticionado usted para divorcio en otro Estado que California?
¿Ha asistido usted a una institución educativa como residente de ese estado?
¿Ha declarado usted no residencia para propósitos de impuestos sobre la renta del Estado de California?
Todos los estudiantes (menos los extranjeros que
no sean inmigrantes) que cumplan con los requisitos siguientes no tienen que pagar la matríicula
de no residente en las universidades públicas del
estado de California, que son: los California Community Colleges, California State University y
University of California.
Los Requisitos:
INFORMACIÓN DE RESIDENCIA - DEBERÁ SER COMPLETADA POR TODO ESTUDIANTE
Ciudad
2. ¿HA VIVIDO USTED CONTINUAMENTE EN CALIFORNIA DESDE SU NACIMIENTO?
Información General
• El estudiante tiene que someter una petición
para la excepción con la universidad, incluyendo una declaración legal firmada en la cual
afirma que ha cumplido con todos los requisitos
pertinentes. Esta información se mantendrá confidencial al menos cuando la ley requiera que se
proporcione.
• Los estudiantes elegibles para esta excepción
que piensen cambiarse a otra universidad pública deben someter una nueva petición para esta
excepción a cada universidad en que se piensen
matricular (y si es necesario los documentos
necesarios).
• Aunque los estudiantes no residentes que cumplan con esos requisitos no tendrán que pagar
la matricula de no residente, no se convieten en
residentes de California a través de esta nueva
ley siguen siendo no residentes.
• La ley AB540 no les ofrece a y los estudiantes
sin documentos la posibilidad de conseguir
becas gubernamentales. Estos estudiantes
siguen inelegibles para estas becas, tanto a nivel
nacional como a nivel estatal.
Nonresident Tuition Exemption
for Eligible CA High School
Graduates
The law passed by the Legislature in 2001 as AB
540.
General Information
Any student, other than a nonimmigrant alien,
who meets all of the following requirements, shall
be exempt from paying nonresident tuition at the
California Community Colleges, the University of
California, and the California State University (all
public colleges and universities in California).
Requirements:
• The student must have attended a high school
(public or private) in California for three or more
years.
• The student must have graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent prior
to the start of the term (for example, passing
the GED or California High School Proficiency
exam).
• An alien student who is without lawful immigration status must file an affidavit with the college
or university stating that he or she has filed an application to legalize his or her immigration status,
or will file an application as soon as he or she is
eligible to do so.
• Students who are nonimmigrants (for example,
those who hold F [student] visas, B [visitor] visas,
etc.) are not eligible for this exemption.
• The student must file an exemption request
including a signed affidavit with the college
that indicates the student has met all applicable
conditions described above. Student information
obtained in this process is strictly confidential unless disclosure is required under law.
• Students eligible for this exemption who are
transferring to another California public college
or university must submit a new request (and
documentation if required) to each college under
consideration.
• Nonresident students meeting the criteria will be
exempted from the payment of nonresident tuition, but they will not be classified as California
residents. They continue to be “nonresidents.”
• AB540 does not provide student financial aid
eligibility for undocumented alien students. These
students remain ineligible for state and federal
financial aid.
for Eligible California High School Graduates
Complete and sign this form to request an exemption from Nonresident Tuition. You must submit any
documentation required by the College or University (for example, proof of high school attendance in
California). Contact the California Community College, University of California, or California State
University campus where you intend to enroll (or are enrolled) for instructions on documentation, additional procedures and applicable deadlines. Note: This form is accepted by all California Community
Colleges and all Universities in the both the University of California and California State University
systems.
Eligibility:
I, the undersigned, am applying for a California Nonresident Tuition Exemption for eligible California
high school graduates at ___________________________________________________ and I declare the
following:
Specify the college or university.
Check Yes or No boxes below.
Yes
No I have graduated from a California high school or have attained the equivalent thereof,
such as a
High School Equivalency Certificate, issued by the California State GED Office or a
Certificate
of Proficiency, resulting from the California High School Proficiency Examination.
Yes
No
I have attended high school in California for three or more years.
Check the box that applies to you – check only one box below.
I am a nonimmigrant alien as defined by federal law.
Nonimmigrant aliens have been admitted to the United States temporarily and include, but are not
limited to, foreign
students (persons holding F visas) and exchange visitors (persons holding J visas).
I am not a nonimmigrant alien.
US citizens, permanent residents, or aliens without lawful immigration status, among others, should
check this box.
Provide information on all school(s) you attended in grades 9 - 12.
School
City
State
Date From (Month/Year)
Date To
(Month/Year)
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
Documentation of high school attendance and graduation (or its equivalent) is required by the University of California, the California State University and some California Community Colleges. Follow
campus instructions.
Affidavit:
I, the undersigned, declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the
information I have provided on this form is true and accurate. I understand that this information will
be used to determine my eligibility for the nonresident tuition exemption for eligible California high
school graduates. I hereby declare that, if I am an alien without lawful immigration status, I have filed
an application to legalize my immigration status or will file an application as soon as I am eligible to do
so. I further understand that if any of the above information is untrue, I will be liable for payment of all
nonresident charges from which I was exempted and may be subject to disciplinary action by the College
or University.
Please print the following information.
Full Name (as it appears on your campus student records): ____________________________________
Campus/Student ID Number: ____________________________________________________________
Mailing Address (number, street, city, state, zip code): ________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
Email Address / Phone Number (optional): _________________________________________________
Signature / Date: ______________________________________________________________________
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
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English/Math/ Chemistry/ ESL Assessment Schedule
Continuing ESL Students
Returning & Concurrent
2 yOUR JOURNEy STARTS HERE! Continuing,
ESL Assessment Only
Enrollment Students
New, first Time in College Students
English/Math Assessment, Online Orientation &
Group Counseling
As a New, First Time in College Student, you need
to complete the English/Math assessments and
online orientation, and attend a group counseling
session. These steps are part of a class, PSCN 25:
Transition to College, and will enable you to earn
0.5 units towards your educational goal.
Please Note: Students will be charged a registration fee for the class. Non-residents and international students will be charged at the appropriate
rate.
Please follow these steps before attending:
1 If you haven’t already done so, apply to Chabot
College online at www.chabotcollege.edu.
2 Look at the study guides on our website www.
chabotcollege.edu/counseling/assessment to
prepare for the assessment.
3 Attend assessment session – see schedule below,
no appointments needed. Bring a valid Photo ID
(students will not be admitted without Photo ID)
and know your Student ID number.
4 When you have completed your assessments, you
will receive a matriculation passport with next
step information about the online orientation and
group counseling.
1 If you haven’t already done so, apply to Chabot
College online at www.chabotcollege.edu.
2 Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not be admitted without Photo ID) and know your Student
ID number.
April
19, 26
Tuesday
May
3, 10, 17, 24
June
7, 14
July
12, 26
August
2, 9, 23
starting at 4:00pm
ending at 5:30 pm
June
1, 8, 15, 22, 29
May
5, 12, 19, 26
May
7, 14, 21, 28
Open Lab
1 PM - 5:00 PM
Open Lab
3 - 5:30 PM
12
August
3, 10, 24
Open Lab
12 - 3 PM
Tuesday
August 3, 10, 24
April 22, 29
May 6, 20
April
23, 30
April
24
May
1, 22
June
2, 9, 16, 23, 30
July
7, 14, 21, 28
August
4, 11, 18, 25
June
4, 11, 18
July
2, 9, 16, 23, 30
August
6, 13, 20, 27
June
5, 19
July
10, 17, 31
August
14, 21, 28
Open Lab
4:30 - 7:00 PM
Open Lab
9:00 - 11:30
AM
Open Lab
9:00 AM12 noon
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
April 22, 29
May 6, 20
July 1, 15, 29
August 5, 19, 26
August 5, 19, 26
starting at 6:00 pm
starting at 4:00 pm starting at 6:00 pm
ending at 7:30 pm
Saturday
Thursday
June 3, 17
July 1, 15, 29
Friday
July
6, 13, 20, 27
Chemistry Diagnostic Test
June 3, 17
Wednesday
April
21
Results are available within 24 hours. you can
log into CLASS-Web or The Zone to get your
results online.Please note: for ADA accommodations, please call the Disabled Student Resource Center (DSRC) at 510.723.6725.for more
information please call: 510.723.6722 or email:
[email protected]
Thursday
August 3, 10, 24
Tuesday
May
4, 11, 18, 25
Students interested in taking Chemistry 1A: General College Chemistry have the option of taking the Chemistry
Diagnostic Test to fulfill their prerequisite for the class.
This is a timed, paper and pencil test. If you pass the
test you will meet the prerequisite for Chemistry 1A. If
you fail, you will need to complete Math 55 or 55B and
Chemistry 31 with a grade of “C” or higher in order to
meet the prerequisite.
These sessions are on a first-come, first served basis. No
appointments needed. Please arrive 15 minutes early.
Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not be admitted
without Photo ID) and know your Student ID number.
Please note: non-programmable calculators are permitted.
Continuing ESL Students
(ESL Assessment only)
Summer/Fall 2010 English and/or Math Assessment Schedule for
ALL Students (Drop-In)
April 2010 - August 2010
Monday
Chemistry Diagnostic Test
English and/or Math Assessment Schedule for All
Students (Drop-In)
Please follow these steps before attending:
1 Please arrive no later than 30 minutes before closing on the dates below. No appointments needed.
2 Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not be
admitted without Photo ID) & know your Student
ID number.
The English Assessment will take approx. 1 hour
and the Math
Assessment will take approx. 45 mins. Please
plan accordingly.
New ESL Students
ESL Assessment & Orientation
New ESL student sessions are on a first-come first
served basis. No appointments needed. Please follow these steps before attending:
ESL Assessment Only sessions are on a first-come, first
served basis. No appointments needed. Please arrive 15
minutes early. Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not
be admitted without Photo ID) and know your Student ID
number.
English and/or Math Assessment
All Continuing, Returning or High School Concurrent Enrollment Students must have a valid application for admission on file prior to attending the assessment. Please follow these steps before attending:
1 If you haven’t already done so, apply to Chabot
College online at www.chabotcollege.edu.
2 Look at the study guides on our website www.
chabotcollege.edu/counseling/assessment to prepare for the assessment.
3 Attend assessment session – see schedule below,
no appointments needed. Bring a valid Photo ID
(students will not be admitted without Photo ID)
and know your Student ID number.
ending at 5:30 pm
ending at 7:30 pm
Assessment Center
Building 700 Room 714A
510.723.6722
New ESL Students
(ESL Assessment & Orientation)
Choose one date from below
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
May 6, 20
June 10, 24
June 12
June 3, 17
July 8, 22
July 24
April 29
July 1, 15, 29
August 5
starting at 1:45 pm
ending at 5:00 pm
May 13, 27
August 12
May 15
August 7
starting at 5:45 pm starting at 8:45 am
ending at 9:00 pm
ending at 12 noon
Pathways to Success
your Journey Starts Here!
Pathways to Success (Matriculation) is the process
that brings the college and you, the student, into
an agreement for the purpose of developing and
realizing your educational objective. This process
is designed to help you from the moment you first
apply until you complete your studies at Chabot.
The agreement acknowledges responsibilities of
both the college and the student.
What Does Pathways to Success Offer?
Assessment: Pathways to Success offers an assessment of your English and Math skills to determine
which level English and Math are appropriate for
you to take so that you will be successful. English/
Math Assessment Exemption: You are exempted
from having to take the English and/or Math Assessment:
1 If you have taken an AP English and/or Calculus
Test and scored a 3 or better (a copy of the test
results required); and/or
2 If you have completed (grade “C” or higher)
a college-level English and/or mathematics
course(s) (transcripts required).
Please bring a copy of your AP test results and/
or transcript(s) to a counselor in the Counseling
Division to determine your English and/or Math
placement.
College Online Orientation, Assessment & Group
Counseling: To help with the transition to Chabot,
we offer new, first time in college students an online orientation. The online orientation introduces
students to the school’s programs, services, academic regulations, expectations, campus facilities,
and student life.
In addition, students, who start the new student
process early, can take a class called PSCN 25:
Transition to College (0.5 units) which includes the
College Online Orientation, Assessment & Group
Counseling (see next page for current schedule).
The Group Counseling happens immediately following the assessments and helps students interpret
assessment results and initiates the Student Education Plan (SEP) by helping the student plan his/
her first semester at Chabot. At the end of the class,
students will also be taught how to register for
classes using our CLASS-Web or The Zone system.
Follow up/Counseling: To ensure that our students
are on the path towards their educational goal, the
Counseling Division offers academic & career
counseling, transfer planning, academic/progress
probation, personal counseling and veteran’s evaluation. Students can make an appointment to see a
counselor by calling 510.723.7013 or by going to
www.chabotcollege.edu/counseling.
Self Enrichment Courses: The Counseling Division
offers a variety of Psychology-Counseling classes
taught by counseling faculty to promote and support student success.
PSCN 1-Intro to Psychology-Counseling (3 units)+
PSCN 4-Multiethnic/Cultural Communications
(3 units)+#
PSCN 10-Career and Educational Planning (2
units)+
PSCN 11-Interpersonal Relations (2 units)+
PSCN 12-Self-Esteem (2 units)*
PSCN 13-Multi-cultural Issues in Contemporary
America (3 units)+#
PSCN 15-College Study Skills (2 units)*
PSCN 18-Transfer Planning (1 unit)*
PSCN 20-The College Experience (2 units)+
PSCN 21-Strategies for College Success (1 unit) *
PSCN 22-College Success Lecture Series
(0.5-1.5 units)*
PSCN 23-College Readiness (3 units)*
PSCN 28-Orientation for International Students
(1 unit)*
PSCN 36-Women in Transition (1 unit)*
*CSU Transferable Elective
+CSU Transferable and applies to CSU GE
#UC Transferable and applies to IGETC GE
Psychology-Counseling
Degree& Certificates!
Associate Degree in
PSCN-Human Services
Major builds on courses required for Service
Provider Certificate. Provides additional
psychological or sociological theory plus an
introduction to Case Management Skills.
Includes hands-on experience.
Service Provider Certificate
Provides introduction to psychologycounseling skills needed to work in a human
service environment or social service setting.
Self Awareness Certificate
Designed for students interested in
conducting a self- assessment as part of a
personal development plan.
Case Management Certificate
Designed for students interested in
developing skills in maintaing case files in
any social or human services environment.
frequent User Rewards!
The more you utilize Pathways to Success the better your registration priority. Yes, improving your
registration priority means increasing your chances
of getting your ideal class schedule!
PSCN 25
Psychology-Counseling 25
Transition to College
Academic Program Planning Sections
Targeted to new Chabot College and first-time
college students, PSCN 25 requires the completion
of several steps which survey practical strategies for
academic success in college. New students apply to
the college, complete English and Math Assessment,
complete an orientation, and complete an academic
program planning component. Each student will
select ONE of the following academic program
planning sections at their assessment testing session:
Section No.
Day
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1-3:00 pm
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For information contact:
Carey Harbin, 510.723.6738
Psychology-Counseling
Courses
Designed to Help You
Succeed
Code Sec.
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Counseling Department
Building 700
Ro o m 7 5 0
2nd Floor
•PSCN 1 Intro to Psych-Counseling in a
Multicultural Environment: Learn basic
counseling skills and explore cultural issues
(This course is part of the Psych-Counseling
certificate program and AA PSCN-Human
Services major.)
PSCN 10 Career & Educational Planning:
Explore career development by looking at
your interests, values, needs and abilities.
Designed to assist in making decisions about
your career and educational plans.
PSCN 15 College Study Skills: Review
study skill techniques to improve success in
college and earn better grades. Build skills for
transfer to the university too.
PSCN 18 Transfer Planning : Develop
a transfer plan, prepare for major and GE
requirements. Take control of your own
transfer planning.
PSCN 20 The College Experience: Learn
how to benefit from student services and other
critical college issues. Work independently
in the online environment to complete
assignments with more flexibility.
PSCN 36 Women in Transition: Meet with
other women like yourself to discuss making
career, personal, or academic decisions. Build
self-esteem and clarify your life goals.
For more information, call counselors
Carey Harbin at 510.723.6738
Lani Wilson at 510.723.6714
Naoma Mize at 510.723.6726
Sadie Ashraf at 510.723.7441
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
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Financial Aid
3 WHAT IS fINANCIAL AID?
We cannot possibly tell you all you need to know
about financial aid in a few short pages. Go to
www.chabotcollege.edu/finaid for details and best
information.
Financial aid is money provided by the Federal
Government, the State of California, and
administered by Chabot College to help cover costs
associated with attending college at Chabot.
Financial aid comes in several forms:
• Board of Governor’s fee Waiver (BOG):
Waives enrollment fees for qualifying California
residents, and allows for $20 parking permit each
semester.
• Grants and Scholarships: Aid that does not
have to be repaid, awarded based on financial need
or merit.
• Work Study: Self-help aid that allows students to
work part time to earn funds for college.
• Student Loans: Borrowed funds that must be
repaid, and which are considered the last resort for
funding at the community college level. Requests
may be denied for students with more than half of
the federally allowed aggregate loan limits toward
Bachelor’s degree..
For more information about each of these forms
of Financial Aid, please see the Chabot College
website.
How to Apply for financial Aid
Each year, each student completes the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
online, using the previous year’s tax and
income information. Applications are submitted
electronically to the US Department of Education.
Do not submit directly to the Financial Aid Office
(FAO). Use Chabot’s Title IV code of 001162 so
that Chabot will receive the results electronically
from the federal processor. February is the ideal
time to do this application for the following Fall/
Spring semesters in order to meet the March 2nd
priority filing and Cal Grant deadline. After the
initial results are received by Chabot’s FAO, each
student submits verification documents to the office
to complete the application process. Check your
Zone Mail for our alerts, and Zone/CLASS Web for
your individual FA file status aid elgibility.
Get help with 2010-11 FAFSA by finding dates
and times of workshops offered throughout the
year at www.chabotcollege.edu/finaid. Students
are encouraged to pre-register online for special
events.
How Eligibility is Determined
To be considered eligible for federal and most state
aid programs, a student must:
• Meet Ability-to-Benefit by having a high school
diploma, GED certificate, or pass Chabot College’s
ability-to-benefit test.
• Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a
regular student in an eligible certificate, associate
or transfer program.
• Be either a US citizen or eligible non-citizen (i.e.
permanent resident, resident alien, or refugee)
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• Establish financial need by FAFSA application
and verification process, providing all documents
requested.
• Not be in default on federal student loan nor owe
repayment on federal student grant
• Be registered with the Selective Service as
required.
• Establish academic eligibility by making
Satisfactory Academic Progress according to
financial aid policy.
Your financial aid need is based on the FAFSA
you submit; the role of FAO is to make certain the
information is correct, and to determine the type
and amount of aid for which you qualify. Academic
eligibility is based on the student’s academic
performance (minimum 2.00 grade point average,
67% completion rate, and less than 150% of your
program length in attempted hours.)
The FAO will send you an email upon awarding
or when awards change. CLASS Web will show
you types and amounts of aid you are eligible
to receive. Loans are only available by manual
request. Disbursement of financial aid is prorated
by student enrollment each term. No additional
disbursements will be made for late registration, on
or after the second major disbursement each term.
Repayment of funds
Federal law requires students repay a portion of the
federal funds received if they withdraw before the
60% point of the term, even if the withdrawal is not
determined until after the end of the term. If you
cannot provide documentation of the last date of
attendance for each class, you will have to repay all
grant aid received during that semester. A hold will
be placed on all academic and financial services
until repayment is made.
Important Things to Know
Effective with the 2010-11 financial aid
processing year, paper notifications, award
letters and suspension/warning letters will be
replaced with the more timely, economical and
ecologically-friendly email process.
• New! year Round Pell - Effective Summer
2010, a Pell-eligible student who has successfully
completed 24 units toward degree during the Fall
/ Spring semesters may be eligible for a portion
of a second Pell during the Summer term. Must
be enrolled at least 0.5 time, and meet all other
financial and academic eligibility requirements.
The objective is to help students accelerate their
academic progress to graduation or transfer to four
year institution.
• New! Due to the availability and regulations for
the new “Year Round Pell”, summer enrollment
for fulltime is 12 units, .75 time is 9-11.5, and 0.5
time is 6-8.5 units. A student be enrolled at least 0.5
time to be considered for student loans and FWS.
• New! Effective July 1, 2010, the lender for the
Stafford Loan Program will be the Department
of Education, rather than a commercial bank.
Prospective and returning borrowers will be
redirected to new materials and information as we
make the transition to the Direct Loan program.
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
•The Financial Aid Office will not make copies of
tax or other documents. Please bring copies (not
your originals) to our office when responding to
requests for documents.
• If you only need to turn in documents, you may
use the lock-box located outside our door. Please
ensure that the student’s name and Chabot ID (W#)
or social security number are on each document
submitted. However, this will delay processing
of your file; we recommend you take the time to
submit in person.
• New! Effective March 2, 2010, students will
receive email notifications via their ZoneMail
email address, directing students to check the Zone/
CLASS-Web for missing information, required
verification documents, awards and adjustments to
awards, and academic ineligibility.
for More Information
It is imperative that financial aid applicants and
recipients be aware of eligibility requirements,
deadlines, policies and procedures so they may
take a more active role in funding their education.
Please take the time to review the following
resources to learn more about financial aid and
funding your education.
Use the Zone/CLASS-Web for general financial
aid information, and to check status of individual
student financial aid file, awards and eligibility at
http://banner-web.clpccd.cc.ca.us:7000, See what
documents are needed to process your file, holds,
your eligibility for financial aid, academic progress
status, and award types with amounts. Use your
W# and Chabot PIN to access.
Chabot financial Aid website provides a wealth
of information, available 24 hours a day, assisting
students to understand types of financial aid
available, policies and procedures, and eligibility
requirements. Links to Federal and State websites
provide valuable information.
for the most updated information,
including office hours, office closures,
and deadlines, call:
Financial Aid Office
Bldg 700
Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQ) Line:
510.723.6746
Website:
www.chabotcollege.edu/finaid
Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application
You’ll Hear
from us via
California Community Colleges 2010-2011 Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application
(Summer
2010, FallBoard
2010 & Spring
2011)
California Community Colleges
2009-2010
of Governors
Fee Waiver Application
Zone Mail
This is an application to have your ENROLLMENT FEES WAIVED. This FEE WAIVER is for California residents only. If you need money to help with books, supplies, food, rent,
transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) immediately. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or at the Financial Aid Office. (Note: Students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition under Education Code Section
68130.5 (AB 540) are NOT California residents. If you are NOT a California resident, you are not eligible for a fee waiver. Do not complete this application. You may apply for financial
aid by completing the FAFSA.)
All new and returning students will receive
e-mail financial aid communication via
ZoneMail, the college email assigned to all
Chabot students.
sample
Student ID #
Name:
Last
First
Middle Initial
Telephone Number: (______)
Email (if available):
Date of Birth:
Follow these steps to access your
ZoneMail today:
Home Address:
Step 1: Login to the Zone/CLASSWeb
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC PARTNER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT
go to http://banner-web.clpccd.cc.ca.
us:7000
and sign in using your W# and your PIN
1. After you login into your Zone
account, go to the Home tab,
under Quick Check. Click link
“What is my college/district email
address?”
2. Click the Email icon.
3. Log in with the email username
(just the part before the @ sign)
and the password is the same sixdigit PIN used for the Zone.
4. Optional direct access to ZoneMail:
http://stumail.clpccd.edu
Step 2: Add us to your address book
(to ensure you receive all messages
from financial aid)
1. students must add ccfi[email protected] as
a trusted sender so that Financial
Aid Office is not marked as SPAM
Step 3: If you wish to use your
personal e-mail instead
1. From ZoneMail Inbox, click on
“Settings”
2. Click the “Forwarding & POP/
IMAP” link
3. Select “Forward a copy of
incoming mail to…”
4. Enter your personal e-mail address
5. Click “Save Changes”at the bottom
of the page
_______/_______/_________
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Street
City
Zip Code
Has the Admissions or Registrar's Office determined that you are a California resident?
resident?

Yes 
NNoo
Yes
No
The California Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act extends new rights, benefits, responsibilities and obligations to individuals in domestic partnerships registered with the
California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code. If you are in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP), you will be treated as an Independent married student to
determine eligibility for this Enrollment Fee Waiver and will need to provide income and household information for your RDP. If you are a dependent student and your parent is in a
Registered Domestic Partnership, you will be treated the same as a student with married parents and income and household information will be required for the parent’s domestic partner.
Note: These provisions apply to state student financial aid ONLY, and not to federal student financial aid.
Are you or your parent in a Registered Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code?
(Answer “Yes” if you or your parent are separated from a Registered Domestic Partner but have NOT FILED a Notice of Termination of Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary
of State’s Office.)
Yes No
If you answered “Yes” to the question above treat the Registered Domestic Partner as a spouse. You are required to include your domestic partner’s income and household information
or your parent’s domestic partner’s income and household information in Questions 4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17.
Student Marital Status:
Single Married Divorced Separated Widowed Registered Domestic Partnership
DEPENDENCY STATUS
The questions below determine whether you are considered a Dependent or Independent student for fee waiver eligibility and whether parental information is
needed. If you answer “Yes” to ANY of questions 1-10 below, you will be considered an INDEPENDENT student. If you answer “No” to all questions, you will be
considered a Dependent student thereby reporting parental information and should continue with Question number 11.
Please answer all questions.
1. Were you born before January 1, 1987?
Yes No
2.
As of today, are you married or in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP)?
Yes No
3.
Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or currently serving on active duty for purposes other than training?
Yes No
4.
Do you have children who receive more than half of their support from you, or other dependents who live with you (other than
your children and spouse/RDP) who receive more than half of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2011?
Yes No
5.
When you were age 13 or older, were both your parents deceased, were you in foster care or were you a dependent/ward of
the court?
Yes No
6.
As of today, are you an emancipated minor as determined by a court in your state of legal residence?
Yes No
7.
As of today, are you in legal guardianship as determined by a court in your state of legal residence?
Yes No
8.
At any time on or after July 1, 2009, did your high school or school district homeless liaison determine that you were an
unaccompanied youth who was homeless?
Yes No
9.
At any time on or after July 1, 2009, did the director of an emergency shelter program funded by the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless?
Yes No
10. At any time on or after July 1, 2009, did the director of a runaway or homeless youth basic center or transitional living program
determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless or were self-supporting and at risk of being homeless?
Yes No
 If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions 1 - 10, you are considered an INDEPENDENT student for enrollment fee waiver purposes and must
provide income and household information about yourself (and your spouse or RDP if applicable). Skip to Question #13.
 If you answered "No" to all questions 1 - 10, complete the following questions:
11. If your parent(s) or his/her RDP filed or will file a 2009 U.S. Income Tax Return, were you, or will you be claimed on their tax return as an exemption by either or
both of your parents?
Will Not FileYes No
12. Do you live with one or both of your parent(s) and/or his/her RDP?
Yes No
 If you answered "No" to questions 1 - 10 and "Yes" to either question 11 or 12, you must provide income and household information about your PARENT(S)/RDP. Please
answer questions for a DEPENDENT student in the sections that follow.
 If you answered "No" or "Parent(s) will not file" to question 11, and "No" to question 12, you are a dependent student for all student aid except this enrollment fee waiver.
You may answer questions as an INDEPENDENT student on the rest of this application, but please try to get your PARENT information and file a FAFSA so you may be
considered for other student aid. You cannot get other student aid without your parent(s’) information.
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Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application
METHOD A ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER
Chabot Debit Card Information
13. Are you (the student ONLY) currently receiving monthly cash assistance for yourself or any dependents from:
TANF/CalWORKs?
Yes No
SSI/SSP (Supplemental Security Income/State Supplemental Program)?
Yes No
 Yes No
General Assistance?
Yes
udent, are your parent(s)/RDP receiving
receiving monthly cash assistance from TANF/CalWORKs or SSI/SSP as
a a primary source of income?
14. If you are a dependent student,
 Yes No
Yes
sample
 If you answered "Yes" to question 13 or 14 you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER. Sign the Certification at the end of this form. You are required to show
current proof of benefits. Complete a FAFSA to be eligible for other financial aid opportunities.
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METHOD B ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER
15. DEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your parent(s)/RDP
parent(s)/RDP household that they support?
support? (Include yourself, your parent(s)/RDP,
parent(s)/RDP, and anyone who lives with your
parent(s)/RDP and receives more than 50% of their support from your parents/RDP, now and through June 30, 2011.) _________
16. INDEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your household that you support? (Include yourself, your spouse/RDP, and anyone who lives with you and receives more
than 50% of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2011.) ___________
17. 2008 Income Information
(Dependent students should not include their income
information for Question# 17, a and b below.)
a. Adjusted Gross Income (If 2009 U.S. Income Tax Return was filed, enter
the amount from Form 1040, line 37; 1040A, line 21; 1040EZ, line 4).
b. All other income (Include ALL money received in 2009 that is not
included in line (a) above (such as disability, child support, military living
allowance, Workman’s Compensation, untaxed pensions).
TOTAL Income for 2009 (Sum of a + b)
DEPENDENT STUDENT:
PARENT(S)/ RDP INCOME ONLY
INDEPENDENT STUDENT:
STUDENT (& SPOUSE'S/ RDP) INCOME
$
$
$
$
$
$
The Financial Aid Office will review your income and let you know if you qualify for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER under Method B. If you do not qualify using this simple
method, you should file a FAFSA.
SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVERS
18. Do you have certification from the CA Department of Veterans Affairs that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver?
Submit certification.
Yes No
19. Do you have certification from the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver?
Submit certification.
20. Are you eligible as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient?
Submit documentation from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Yes No
Yes No
21. Are you eligible as a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack?
Submit documentation from the CA Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.
Yes No
22. Are you eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty?
Submit documentation from the public agency employer of record.
Yes No
 If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions from 18-22, you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER and perhaps other fee waivers or adjustments. Sign the
Certification below and submit with documentation as required above. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions.
CERTIFICATION FOR ALL APPLICANTS: READ THIS STATEMENT AND SIGN BELOW
I hereby swear or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that all information on this form is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. If asked by an authorized official, I agree to provide proof of this
information, which may include a copy of my and my spouse/registered domestic partner and/or my parent's/registered domestic partner’s 2009 U.S. Income Tax Return(s). I also realize that any false
statement or failure to give proof when asked may be cause for the denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of my waiver. I authorize release of information regarding this application between the college,
the college district, and the Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges.
I understand the following information (please check each box):
 Federal and state financial aid programs are available to help with college costs (including enrollment fees, books & supplies, transportation and room and board expenses). By completing the
FAFSA, additional financial assistance may be available in the form of Pell and other grants, work study and other aid.
 I may apply for and receive financial assistance if I am enrolled, either full time or part time, in an eligible program of study (certificate, associate degree or transfer).
 Financial aid program information and application assistance is available in the college financial aid office.
Applicant’s Signature
Date
Parent Signature (Dependent Students Only)
Date
CALIFORNIA INFORMATION PRIVACY ACT
State and federal laws protect an individual’s right to privacy regarding information pertaining to oneself. The California Information Practices Act of 1977 requires the following information be provided to financial
aid applicants who are asked to supply information about themselves. The principal purpose for requesting information on this form is to determine your eligibility for financial aid. The Chancellor’s Office policy
and the policy of the community college to which you are applying for aid authorize maintenance of this information. Failure to provide such information will delay and may even prevent your receipt of financial
assistance. This form’s information may be transmitted to other state agencies and the federal government if required by law. Individuals have the right of access to records established from information furnished
on this form as it pertains to them.
The officials responsible for maintaining the information contained on this form are the financial aid administrators at the institutions to which you are applying for financial aid. The SSN may be used
to verify your identity under record keeping systems established prior to January 1, 1975. If your college requires you to provide an SSN and you have questions, you should ask the financial aid officer at your
college for further information. The Chancellor’s Office and the California community colleges, in compliance with federal and state laws, do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin,
gender, age, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, domestic partnership or any other legally protected basis. Inquiries regarding these policies may be directed to the financial aid office of the college to
which you are applying.
BOGFW-A
 TANF/CWorks
 SSI/SSP*
 GA
(B1)
(B2)
(B3)
BOGFW-B
(BB)
BOGFW-C
(BC)
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
Special Classification
 (13) Dep. of Veteran**
(BF3)
 (14) Dep. of Natn’l Guard**
(BF2)
 (15) Recipient / Dep - Medal of Honor
(BF4)
 (16) Dep. of 9/11 Victim
(BF5)
 (17) Dep. of deceased law/ fire personnel (BF1)
(**deceased/disabled)
RDP
Student
Parent
Date:
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Student is not eligible

Advised Verbally of Ineligibility
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Comments:
Certified by:
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New Students:
This is not a credit card! It’s a Debit Card that all
students receive after they apply for financial aid
via FAFSA the first time. The card is good for the
life of a student at Chabot. All students must select
their “refund preference” with the card to choose
how to receive any financial aid refunds. (Do not
discard, even if you do not think you will receive
aid, as replacement cards are $20 each.)
Setting up your Refund preference:
When you receive your card, go to www.
chabotdebitcard.com and activate your preference
(Easy, ACH or Paper Check). During the activation
process you will be required to provide an email
address, your card number and other personal
information.
The three options are:
1. Easy Refund-One Account allows you to receive
your financial aid refund within 24 hours of your
refund date. You are essentially opening a free
online-checking account with Higher One and will
be subject to their banking rules/regulations upon
the activation of your account with them.
2. ACH Transfer – Instead of opening an online
account, with Higher One this option lets students
transfer their refund to an existing bank account
they may have. Recommended for students with
existing banking relationships. Funds are available
within 2-3 days of the refund date.
3. Paper Check – To receive your refund by a paper
check, select this option. You would receive a
check 5-7 business days after refund date.
Returning Chabot Students:
If you have already activated your preference and
are a continuing student please make sure you do
the following to ensure that you will receive your
refunds on time:
1. Apply For Financial Aid Early – Apply early as it
takes time for your financial aid file to be completed.
Apply by the March 2nd priority deadline each year.
Go to www.fafsa.gov to submit your FAFSA today.
2. Filing your FAFSA late – If you missed the priority
deadline, you can submit a FAFSA at a later date.
However, keep in mind that your file may not be
ready nor will your financial aid be disbursed until all
the requirements are satisfied. To be considered for
funding, we must receive application before the last
date of enrollment in a semester.
3. Check your ZoneMail for any additional
requirements/forms the Financial Aid Office may
need to complete your financial aid file, and for
awards and disbursement information.
4. Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
– all students new and returning must make
Satisfactory Academic Progress in order to receive
financial aid. Per federal regulations, students who
are suspended are ineligible for financial aid.
More Information:
Financial Aid Website:www.chabotcollege.edu/finaid
Higher One Website: www.chabotdebitcard.com
Higher One Customer Service Phone Number:
1-866-751-7726
How To Register
4 REGISTRATION SCHEDULE
• Continuing Students – priority registration begins
STEpS TO rEgISTEr
on April 29, 2010 See below for an explanation
of the Priority Number system.
• New and Returning Students – start to register on
May 17, 2010.
• New and Returning High School Concurrent
Enrollment Special Admits – start to register on
May 24, 2010.
PAyMENT DEADLINES
June 23, 2010 Last day to pay if registered on
April 29, thru June 9.
August 2, 2010 Last Day to pay if registered on
June 10 thru July 19.
Priority Registration for Continuing
students begins on April 29, 2010.
The priority number is the total number of units
completed at the Chabot-Las Positas Community
College District followed by a random digit. Registration appointment dates for continuing students
are based on the student’s priority within the following groups:
• 1st Priority - Group 07: Those who have completed a Student Educational Plan (SEP) plus the
assessment, orientation and counseling components of the matriculation process
• 2nd Priority - Group 05: Those who have completed or are automatically qualified for exemption from the matriculation process (assessment,
orientation, and counseling)
• 3rd Priority - Group 03: Those who have completed two of the three matriculation components
(assessment, orientation, and counseling)
• 4th Priority - Group 00: Continuing students
who do not fall under the previous three categories.
For more information, please see www.chabotcollege.edu.
How to Read Priority Numbers
Example: If Priority Number is 070459:
• First two digits (07) are the Priority Group number explained above.
• Next three digits (045) are the units completed as
of the prior term, plus current term enrollment
• Last digit (9) is a random digit.
Some students may qualify for exemption from
certain matriculation components by completing
a Request to Review Priority Registration Status
form with a counselor.
Students must be registered in at least one course
past the “NGR” deadline each semester to maintain
priority registration status as a continuing student.
Instructions for Online Registration Using
CLASS-Web or The Zone for all students
• Go to www.chabotcollege.edu/CLASS-Web or
The Zone.
• Enter your 9-digit User ID which corresponds
to your assigned “W” ID number or your Social
Security Number.
• Enter your 6-digit PIN. The PIN is initially set to
your birth date in MMDDYY. You will be prompted to personalize your PIN.
• Contact the Office of Admissions & Records in
Bldg 700 at 510.723.6700 to clear any registration
Holds
• Select “Students Services & Financial Aid” on
the Main Menu and click on “Registration.”
• In the Registration Menu click on “Add/Drop or
Withdraw from Classes.”
• Select “Term” and click on the “Submit” button.
• Update your declared major, employment expectation, and education goal or request voter
information on the Pre-Registration Student Information Page. Update information as necessary
and click on the “Submit Changes/Registration
Menu” button.
• Read the instructions on the Add/Drop Classes
Page completely. Scroll down to the Add Class
section of the page and enter the CRNs you have
selected in the boxes.
• Make sure there are openings in the classes you
have chosen and that your have met the required
prerequisites. You will not be permitted to register in classes that overlap in times. You may not
enroll in more than 18 units per semester or term.
In order to take more than the maximum please
see a counselor for approval.
• When you finish, click on the “Submit Changes”
button.
• Review your enrollment in the Current Schedule
Section. If all the courses you selected do not
appear, scroll down to the Registration Errors
section to check the class status.
• Contact the Office of Admissions & Records in
Bldg 700 at 510.723.6700 or [email protected]
clpccd.cc.ca.us or Student Online Services at
510.723.6770 for more assistance.
Prerequisites
A prerequisite is a requirement that must be
completed prior to the registration of a course. For
instance, Math 65 must be taken before Math 55;
Math 65, in this case, is the prerequisite for Math
55.
Many courses offered by Chabot College require
the completion of prerequisite courses taken at
Chabot, or the equivalent taken at another accredited institution. The Chabot College Catalog and
Class Schedule list prerequisites after each course
description when applicable.
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisite(s)
wherever listed. Please note that Chabot’s registration system, CLASS-Web or The Zone, recognizes
only prerequisites completed at Chabot. If a student
completed an equivalent course at another institution, s/he must submit documentation to either the
Counseling Division (for a prerequisite override).
Until prerequisite equivalence is established, the
student will be unable to register for the class. To
remove the prerequisite block, you must process a
Prerequisite Override.
Prerequisites by Email
If you have already sent official (sealed) transcripts
to Admissions and Records you can request a prerequisite override via email to [email protected] . On subject line, write: Prerequisite
Override. Include the following information in
body of email:
Your Name
Course you wish to take, name and num
ber (e.g. Math 65)
Your Student ID Number,
Your phone number.
Your transcripts will be forwarded to a counselor
who will review your documentation and verify
prerequisite course equivalency. If your request
is approved, you should be able to register no
later than two working days after we receive your
documentation provided your registration date has
arrived and seats still remain in the class. You will
be contacted if your request is not approved.
If you have not sent official transcripts to Admissions and Records:
Prerequisities In-Person
1. Bring unofficial transcripts showing successful
completion of equivalent prerequisite course work
to the Counseling Appointment Desk on the first
floor of Building 700.
2. Tell the counselor on duty that you need to override the prerequisite for the course you wish to
take.
3. Fill out the top of the override form.
NOTE: If you are currently taking the prerequisite
course, you will need to supply a letter from the
instructor on college letterhead with the following
information:
1. The name and number of the course
2. Your name
3. The grade the instructor expects you to receive
4. The instructors contact phone number
After dropping off your transcript, a counselor will
review your documentation and verify prerequisite
course equivalency. If your request is approved,
you should be able to register no later than two
working days after we receive your documentation provided your registration date has arrived and
seats still remain in the class. You will be contacted if your request is not approved.
Prerequisite by fax
You can fax unofficial college transcripts, AP
scores, or letter described above to (510) 723-7012.
Unofficial transcripts must include your name and
the name of the college. Please also send a cover
sheet that includes the following information:
ATTN: Stacey Moore
RE: Override for (name and number of course, e.g.
Math 55 )
Your Name
Your Student ID Number
Your phone number
If your request is approved, you should be able to
register no later than two working days after we
receive your documentation provided your registration date has arrived and seats still remain in the
class. You will be contacted if your request is not
approved.
Repeating Classes
Except as provided in the College Catalog for
specific classes or in cases of extenuating circumstances, a student by state law is limited to two attempts to repeat a course for the purposes of raising
a substandard grade (D, F, and NP).
Students may not repeat courses that are limited to
one attempt in which they received passing grades
of A, B, C, or P. Please refer to the College Catalog
for more information.
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How To Register - Continued
Adding & Dropping Classes
5STUDENT fEES AND TUITION
Enrollment fee
The enrollment fee for all students, except those exempt by law, is $26 per unit. Full payment of enrollment fees (and tuition fees, if applicable) is required
for courses dropped with grades of “W”.
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• No refunds will be given to students who withdraw from classes after the no-grade-of-record
(NGR) deadline.
• Non-resident and International tuition refunds will
be given as follows:
• Prior to the first day of instruction: 90%
• During the first week of instruction: 75%
• After the first week of instruction: No refund
• A $10 processing fee will be subtracted from each
enrollment fee refund. (No processing fee will be
charged if classes were cancelled by the College.)
• The mailing fee, health services, and student
activity fee are not refundable.
• Refund checks will be sent by mail approximately
six to eight weeks from the Chabot-Las Positas
Community College District Business Office after
the request is submitted.
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
6 STUDENT PHOTO
IDENTIfICATION CARD
The Photo ID Office is located in Online Services in
Bldg. 700. Hours are posted and subject to changes
throughout the term. You must bring a copy of your
current registration and one other form of identification such as a California Drivers License. Place
your active Validation/Priority sticker and student
Activity Stickers on the back of your ID card. It is
important that you carry this card with you at all
times. The card is required for identification purposes when requesting college services or seeking
entrance to a college sponsored event.
7 PARkING fEES
Please note: Parking permits are available online
only. Parking permits are no longer available in the
bookstore.
Please read all instructions carefully:
• Go to Chabot College CLASS-Web or The Zone
at www.chabotcollege.edu and click the link to
“Purchase a Parking Permit.”
• After ordering and paying for your permit:
• Print a temporary permit.
• Approximately 10 days your permanent permit
will be mailed to the address you provided.
• The daily $2 permits are available in all student
lots.
Student parking permits for each instructional term
(semester) may be purchased online only through
CLASS-Web or zthe Zone, after registering for
classes. Individuals who enroll in-person at the Office of Admissions & Records and who wish to purchase a student parking permit will be required to do
so online. Access to and assistance with purchasing
parking permits online is available in the Student
Online Services Center in Bldg. 700. At the time of
purchase, be prepared to print a temporary permit
and have the following vehicle information ready:
• Year
• Make
• Model
• Color
• License Plate Number
• State of Vehicle Registration
Daily parking permits can still be purchased from
dispensers located in all parking lots on campus.
Permits shall be hung from the rearview mirror or
displayed on the vehicle dashboard. Students must
pay the parking fee in order to receive a parking
permit. Permits will be mailed out after payment is
received.
The following fees have been set for parking in accordance with Section 76360 of the California Education Code and adopted by the Board of Trustees:
Daily parking permits are purchased from dispensers located in all parking lots on campus.
• Daily Permits: $2
Motor Vehicles
• Fall/Spring Semester: $30
• Summer Session: $15
Motorcycle
• Fall/Spring Semester: $15
• Summer Session: $7.50
Summer 2010 Parking Permits are available to
purchase online.
Please note: You must have a valid parking permit displayed on your vehicle to park on campus.
STEpS TO rEgISTEr
Add, Drop (NGR) and Withdrawal deadlines can be
found on CLASS-Web or The Zone.
Important Note: Instructors have the option of dropping students who do not attend either of the first
two class meetings or because of excessive absences
(four consecutive or six cumulative hours).
Students Add Number
Only the last four digits of the priority number are
considered by an instructor at the beginning of each
course when determining “add” priority for additional students. The “add” priority number for new
students will be zero for their initial semester of
enrollment. Returning students add number can be
found on CLASS- Web. The add number will reflect
the number of units earned at Chabot College with
an additional random digit added the end.
Adding Classes
Students may attempt to add into open full-term
classes during the registration period prior to the
start of instruction.
To add after the start of instruction, attend the first
class meeting and obtain an Add Authorization
Number from the instructor and register by the Add
Deadline. Use CLASS-Web or The Zone to enroll
with your Add Authorization Numbers before the
deadline date.
Dropping Classes
Students are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes. Failure to follow the withdrawal
procedures may result in a grade of “F”. Students
who drop before the No Grade of Record (NGR) period will not have a grade appear on their transcript.
Use CLASS-Web or The Zone to drop any course.
If a class is cancelled or a drop occurs before the
NGR deadline, the resulting balance on the student
account can be applied to future terms or students
may apply for refunds through the Office of Admissions & Records.
Class Withdrawals
Students are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes. Use CLASS-Web to withdraw
from classes prior to the “W” deadline date. “W”
grades are subject to all fees and/or tuition. Withdrawals do not affect student GPA; however, excess
“W” notations may result in poor progress or dismissal status, and may affect financial aid or athletic
eligibility. Full payment of enrollment fees (and
tuition fees, if applicable) is required for courses
dropped with grades of “W”.
Extenuating Circumstances Withdrawal
Students may withdraw from a class with extenuating circumstances after the Withdrawal deadline.
An Extenuating Circumstances Withdrawal Petition,
available through Counseling, along with supporting documentation must be filed by the student with
the instructor who will approve and verify that the
class is being passed with a minimum grade of D.
If approved, the petition is forwarded to the Dean
of Counseling for final approval. Circumstances
that will be considered are acute medical problems,
acute personal or family problems, employmentrelated problems, or other similar circumstances
preventing a student from completing the class.
Non-Resident Tuition
Non-residents of California are required to pay a
tuition fee of $195 per unit in addition to the enrollment fee and basic fees.
International Student Tuition
The tuition fee for international students, nonimmigrant aliens or students on other types of visas
is $195 per unit in addition to the enrollment fee and
basic fees. AB 540 (California Non-Resident Tuition
Exemption)students may be exempt from non-resident tuition fees. For more information see page 9.
Mailing fee
An optional fee of $3 will be assessed each semester
to cover the cost of various mailings that students
receive throughout the term (registration mailer,
grade report, etc.).
Health Services fee
The Associated Student Body adopted a mandatory
health service fee of $14 per semester and $9 during
the summer is assessed to students to support health
services for enrolled students. The only exceptions
to not paying the Student Health Fee are as follows:
• Students who are taking classes held only on Saturday or at an off-campus site, including approved
apprenticeship programs; or
• Students who rely on prayer for healing in accordance with teachings of a bona fide religious
sect, denomination, or organization. To apply for a
waiver, students must provide a statement of such
reliance from an official of the sect, denomination
or organization to the Office of Student Life Bldg.
2300.
Materials fee
Students will be assessed a fee for enrollment in the
following classes:
• $1 for CHEM 1A, 1B, 30A & 30B.
• $10 for ART 3A, 3B, 3C, 3BD, 10 & 11, DIGM
31A, 31B, 32A & 32B, MCOM 32, 33A, 33B, 34,
38 & 39 and all PHOT classes.
• $15 for ART 16A, 16B, 16C, 16D & 49.11.
• $25 for ART 17, 18, 20 & 49.12.
• $35 for ART 19.
• $8 for CPR card.
Associated Students Activity fee
An optional fee of $5 will be charged each semester.
Students paying this fee receive an activity sticker,
which provides merchant discounts and discounts
on student activities. Chabot College clubs, scholarships, the Student Center, and other student-related
services are supported with this fee.
Enrollment fee Refund Policy
To apply for an enrollment fee refund, file an Application for Refund of Fees form at the Office of
Admissions & Records.
THE ZONE INfORMATION
HOW TO READ THE CLASS SCHEDULE
Chabot College Bookstore
of enrollment to rent a book. Rental books must
8 Chabot College Bookstore
be returned by the last day of the semester in good
Chabot Bookstore is your institutionally owned
and operated source for all the educational books
and supplies you need to be a successful student
at Chabot College. We support your academic
achievements and look forward to serving you. Go
to www.chabotbookstore.com for more information
and services.
Get out of line! Buy your Textbooks
Online for UPS delivery:
Shop early and get the best selection of used books!
To place an order, sign on to CLASS-WEB. Go to
the Registration options and click on “Student Detail
Schedule.” Then click on the “Order my Chabot
books” link to view your personal book list required
for your classes. Select the books and place your
order from there. Select UPS ground for fast local
area delivery.
The Bookstore carries a variety of lower cost
alternative to new books including: used books,
ebooks, custom books, access codes containing an
ebook, brief editions, and rental books.
NEW! TEXTBOOk RENTALS!
How do I rent a textbook?
Chabot College received a Department of
Education FIPSE (Funds for the Improvement of
Post Secondary Education) grant in the amount of
$299,075 to start a textbook rental program. We are
one of only thirty Colleges in the entire country to
win this highly competitive grant. We have a good
selection of rental books for summer, and double the
selection for fall semester 2010 for rent in a variety
of classes for the entire semester. Renting a textbook
saves you about 60% off the price of a new book.
Check out our selection at www.chabotbookstore.
com and click on textbook rentals. You need proof
condition with no writing or highlighting.
Credit card acceptance: Visa, Master Card,
and Discover Card. Students may use a parents’ credit
card by presenting the card and a note signed by the
card holder authorizing the purchase. California ID
required. An ATM machine maintained by the Chabot
Federal Credit Union is located inside the Bookstore.
We do not accept personal or business checks.
fall Semester Book Refund/Exchange
Deadline: August 25, 2010
Receipts are required for all refunds or exchanges.
Refund/exchange exceptions are allowed until
September 3 with proof of registration showing
that you dropped the class, and restocking fees
apply. You need the current cash register receipt and
Chabot student ID. For a full refund, new books
must be returned in brand new, clean condition
with no writing, scratches, damages, or bent pages.
Shrink-wrapped or boxed books may be returned
only if undamaged and wrapped in the original
packaging. Used books must be in salable condition.
The Bookstore may refund the used book price for
a new book that is returned unwrapped, unboxed, or
damaged, and we reserve the right to make a decision
on the refund based on the condition. Restocking fees
apply for online orders.
Textbooks are expensive! We urge you to purchase
the book only if you are enrolled in the class, and
you absolutely need the book. There are no refund or
exchange exceptions made for students who were not
enrolled in the class.
Used book buy back: During Summer finals
week August 2-5 and Fall finals week December
14-21, the Bookstore may buy your used textbooks
and pay up to 50% of the original price. Prices vary
depending upon if we need the book. We do not
guarantee a buy back value of every book. Book buy
back dates and times are posted in the Bookstore and
at www.chabotbookstore.com.
Chabot College is in compliance with the Higher
Education Opportunity Act provision that requires
the posting of the textbook title, ISBN, and prices
on the electronic version of the class schedule by
July 1, 2010. You may also place a book order from
the electronic class schedule. Information is updated
daily as book orders arrive. Chabot Bookstore makes
every effort to ensure the accuracy and pricing on
this page. However, the book information and prices
are subject to change at any time. Please be careful
how you use the information. Chabot College and the
Chabot College Bookstore cannot assume liability
or responsibility for errors or changes on this list
unless the books are purchased at Chabot College
Bookstore. Textbook returns are subject to the Chabot
College Bookstore refund policy.
Textbook pricing: (AB 1548) Chabot College
Bookstore sells new and used textbooks at a price
designed to cover the costs of operating the bookstore
and meeting all other required financial obligations.
The book price includes all expenses associated with
bookstore operations and personnel.
Chabot College
Bookstore
Bldg.3800
510.783.9800
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How to Read the Class Schedule
Important Definitions
CRN: Class
COURSE CONFLICT/
If you should see the words: Prerequisite, Corequisite or Strongly Recommended in
Registration
OVERLAP: Students may
the class schedule or catalog, it is important for you to understand the definitions of
Number needed not enroll in two classes that
these terms.
to register for a
meet during any part of the
Prerequisite: A condition of enrollment which a student is required to meet in order
specific class
same hour
to demonstrate current readiness for enrollment in a course or educational program. A
prerequisite represents a set of skills or a body of knowledge that a student must pos- D/E/S CRN Type Day[s] Times Room Instructor
Dates
Code Sec
sess prior to enrollment and without which the student is highly unlikely to succeed
in the course or program. Students will not be permitted to enroll in such courses
and programs without the appropriate prerequisite. The computer used for registraADMJ 50 INTRO TO ADMIN Of JUSTICE 3.0 UNITS
tion recognizes completion of prerequisites at Chabot College or Las Positas College History and philosophy of administration of justice in America; theories of crime, punishment,
only. It is important to submit official transcripts in order to determine if other course and rehabilitation; ethnics, education and training for professionalism in the system.
work completed is equivalent to prerequisites listed for courses. Visit the Counseling D 30551 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 519 STAFF
8/28-12/13 GR 001
Division located in Bldg. 700 or email [email protected] .
E 32329 Lec M
7:00 9:50 *225 LACER
8/28-12/13 P/N SL1
Corequisite: A condition of enrollment consisting of a course which a student is
required to simulaneousIy take in order to enroll in another course. A corequisite
represents a set of skills or a body of knowledge that a student must acquire through DAYS:
GRADING CODE:
LOCATION:
SECTION NUMBERS:
concurrent enrollment in another course and without which the student is highly
GR = Courses must be taken for
D = Day Class
Classes
Amencan Culture courses
unlikely to succeed. Students must concurrently enroll in the corequisite course.
letter grade
E = Evening Class
marked with
begin with A (e.g. A01)
P/N = Courses must be taken for
Strongly Recommended: A condition of enrollment which a student is advised,
S = Saturday Class
an *asterisk
pass/no pass
but not required, to meet before, or in conjunction with enrollment in a course or
O = Online Only
meet in an
OP = Courses may be taken for
educational program. Strongly recommended preparation represents a set of skills or
Off-Campus
letter grade or pass/no pass
a body of knowledge with which a student will achieve a greater depth or breadth of
Location
knowledge of course material but without which the student is still likely to succeed
in the course or program.
The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District reserves the right to cancel classes, to
make other changes as college needs require, and to change, without notice, any of the information, requirements and regulations in this schedule of classes.
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
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Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
ACCOUNTING
ADMJ 74 GANGS AND DRUGS
2.0 Units
Definition of a gang and gang activity. Historical and cultural
aspects. Interrelationships among local, national and international gangs including prison gangs. Gang activity in relation
to drug trafficking.
E 21087 Lec Wed 7:00 8:50 505 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 071
E 20675 Lec Th
(See course listings under Business)
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
ADMJ 50 INTRO TO ADMIN OF JUSTICE
3.0 Units
History and philosophy of administration of justice in
America; recapitulation of the system; identifying various subsystems, role expectations, and their interrelations; theories
of crime, punishment, and rehabilitation; ethics, education
and training for professionals in the system. CAN AJ 2
D 20111 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 551 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20114 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 557 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 20112 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 557 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 003
E 20115 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 502 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ADMJ 54 INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING
3.0 Units
Investigative reports with emphasis upon accuracy and necessary details. Includes arrest reports, incident reports and
miscellaneous field reports. Techniques and methods used to
cover information; how to analyze and present information in
a clear and concise report.
E 21431 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 555 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 071
ADMJ 60 CRIMINAL LAW
3.0 Units
Historical development, philosophy of law and constitutional
provisions; definitions; classification of crime and their application to the system of administration of justice; frequently
used Penal and other code sections; case law, methodology
and concepts of law as a social force.
D 20155 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 555 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 001
E 22475 Lec Th 7:00 9:50 555 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 071
ADMJ 61 EVIDENCE
3.0 Units
Origins, development, philosophy and constitutional basis
of evidence; constitutional and procedural considerations
affecting arrest, search and seizure; kinds and degrees of
evidence and rules governing admissibility; judicial decisions
interpreting individual rights and case studies. CAN AJ 6
D 20997 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 559 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 001
ADMJ 63 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
3.0 Units
Fundamentals of investigation; crime scene search and
recording; collection and preservation of physical evidence;
scientific aids; modus operandi; sources of information;
interviews and interrogation; follow-up and case preparation
of specific crimes. CAN AJ 8
D 20998 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 001
ADMJ 69 SEX CRIME INVESTIGATION
3.0 Units
Sexual assault investigations; human behavior in relation
to sexual attitudes and behavior; sexual assault laws and
investigations; interview and interrogation techniques; court
preparation and trial phase; and sex crime prevention.
D 20875 Lec TTh 3:00 4:15 554 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 001
ADMJ 70 COMMUNITY RELATIONS
3.0 Units
Roles of the Administration of Justice practitioners and their
agencies. Interrelationships and role expectations, among
various agencies and the public. Emphasis on the professional image of the system of Justice Administration, and
development of positive relationships between members of
the system and the public.
D 21432 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 559 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 001
20
ADMJ 79 HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION
3.0 Units
Process of analysis of all aspects of the death case in order
to arrive at the true cause and manner of death, whether it is
murder, suicide, accidental, or natural. Emphasis on importance of the death scene related to investigation of course.
E 22129 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 554 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ADMJ 89 FAMILY VIOLENCE
2.0 Units
Origins of violence in the family from the administration of
justice perspective. Specific types of violent interactions and
abuse among family members. Emphasis on techniques for
use by peace officers to intervene effectively.
E 22130 Lec Th 6:00 7:50 554 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Administration of Justice students are encouraged to enroll in
these Physical Education courses, PHED 2LEC and 2PFL.
PHED 2LEC LAW ENFORCEMENT PHYSICAL COND 1.0 Units
Designed to prepare the administration of justice student
for pre-employment physical ability testing, physical aspects
of the Police Academy, and the maintenance of fitness and
wellness as in incumbent police officer. Course sessions will
address aerobic and strength training, muscular endurance,
nutrition and weight management, agility, coordination, and
balance exercises. Students will undergo physical assessment
at the onset and conclusion of the semester.
D 21162 MW 10:30 11:45 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21315 Mon 6:00 8:50 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2PFL PHYSICAL FIT-LAW ENFORCEMENT
1.0 Units
Designed to prepare the administration of justice student
for pre-employment physical ability testing, physical aspects
of the Police Academy, and the maintenance of fitness and
wellness as an incumbent. Course sessions will address
aerobic and strength training, muscular endurance, nutrition
and weight management, agility, coordination, balance and
flexibility. An emphasis will be placed on injury prevention and
back care. Students will undergo physical assessment at the
onset and conclusion of the semester.
D 21689 MW 10:30 11:45 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21690 Mon 6:00 8:50 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 1 BIOLOGICAL/PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.0 Units
Humans as a biological species through an examination of
fossil evidence for human evolution, behavior of nonhuman primates, and human evolutionary biology and genetics. Emphasis on uniquely human biological and behavioral
characteristics, as well as those shared with other animals.
Current anthropological issues such as the biological meaning of race, genetic diseases, and the influence of evolution
on human behavior. CAN ANTH 2
D 20156 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 22476 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 22046 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 22172 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 20859 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 005
D 21830 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 006
D 20157 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 007
E 21004 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
6:30 9:20 505 GIOVANOLA 08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
ANTH 1L BIOLOGICAL/PHYSICAL ANTHRO LAB
1.0 Units
Laboratory exercises developed as an adjunct to Anthropology 1 (Introduction to Biological/Physical Anthropology)
including the identification of fossils through examination
of fossil casts, the study of human artifacts, observation of
primate behavior and structure, and problem-solving in case
studies of human genetics. Prerequisite: Anthropology 1
(may be taken concurrently).
D 21103 Lab Wed 3:00 5:50 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20645 Lab Th 3:00 5:50 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 002
E 20860 Lab Wed 6:30 9:20 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Explore the World Through
Anthropology!
You may take the classes in any sequence
all are transferable to CSUs and UCs
Fall 2010 Offerings
ANTH 5 - Cultures of the U.S.
What does it mean to be an “American”?
Ethnicity, Race, Class and Gender.
ANTH 3 - Social/Cultural Anthropology
Explore how people around the world live.
ANTH 1 - Physical Anthropology
ANTH 1L - Physical Anthropology Laboratory 1 Unit
Human evolution. Where did we come from?
Do races really exist?
Meets Natural Science requirement
when taken with ANTH 1L
ANTH 3 SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
3.0 Units
How human beings in different cultures meet basic biological, social and cultural needs, including kinship and marriage
practices, political and social organization, economic institutions, religious and childrearing practices, social change,
as well as other aspects of cultural behavior. Emphasis on
understanding other cultures on their own terms. Includes
the many subcultures making up North American populations.
CAN ANTH 4
D 21303 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 555 WALDO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21304 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 555 WALDO 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 23057 Lec W 1:30-4:20 502 WALDO 08/18-12/21 OP 003
E 22173 Lec Tue 6:15 9:05 503 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ANTH 5 CULTURES OF THE U.S. IN GLOBAL
3.0 Units
Issues relevant to understanding constructs of race, class,
gender and culture in U.S. society from a global perspective.
Factors affecting U.S. cultural communities including impacts
of globalization, patterns of migration, permeability of cultural communities in the U.S., the cultural politics of identity
and xenophobia, and other factors influencing modern U.S.
society.
D 20443 Lec TTh 3:30 4:45 502 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A01
D 22632 Lec Wed 1:30 4:20 502 WALDO 08/18-12/21 OP A02
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
ANTH 12 MAGIC/RELIGION/WITCHCRAFT/HEAL 3.0 Units
Cross-cultural perspectives on spirituality, religious practice,
myth, ancestor beliefs, witchcraft and the variety of religious
rituals and practitioners found in the cultures of the world.
Examination of the cosmologies of different cultures through
the anthropological perspective. Emphasis is placed on how
knowledge of the religious practices and beliefs of others
can help us to understand the multicultural world in which
we live. Comparison of the ways in which diverse cultures
confront the large and fundamental questions of existence:
those dealing with the meaning of life, birth and death, and
with the relationship of humans to each other and to their
universe.
D 21915 Lec TTh 2:30 3:45 553 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 001
technology. Prerequisite: Architecture 68 (completed with a
grade of C or higher) or equivalent.
D 22720 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 905 HUANG 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab TTh 2:00 3:50 905
OP
ARCHITECTURE
ARCH 2A ARCHITECTURE DRAWING & GRAPHICS I 3.0 Units
Intro to freehand and mechanically constructed drawings
employing orthographic, axonometric and linear perspective
drawing systems to represent three-dimensional form and
environments on two-dimensional surfaces. Emphasis on the
understanding of basic drawing conventions, their implications and applications. Prerequisite: Art 2A (completed with
a grade of C or higher).
E 20686 Lec Mon 6:00 7:50 901 CHU
08/18-12/21 GR 071
Mon 8:00 9:50 901
GR
Wed 7:00 8:50 901
GR
ARCH 2B ARCHITECTURE DRAWING & GRAPHICS II 3.0 Units
Continuation of the content and issues introduced in
Architecture 2A plus the theories and methods for applying shadows, reflections, materials, entourage, and color
in a variety of drawing types. Layout and integration of
composite drawings in support of the process and presentation of architectural designs. Prerequisite: Architecture 2A
(completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
E 21387 Lec Mon 6:00 7:50 901 CHU
08/18-12/21 GR 071
Mon 8:00 9:50 901
GR
Wed 7:00 8:50 901
GR
Design Green — Build Green
Check out Chabot’s
Architechture program...
- Design Software (Auto CAD)
- Computer Generated 3D Models
- Construction Materials and Methods
- GREEN Methodologies
- and much more!
Right now is the time to get started with
your green architechture career!
For more information please contact
[email protected]
ARCH 4A ARCHITECTURE DRAFTING PRINCIPLES I 3.0 Units
Intro to principles and practice of architectural drafting with
emphasis on working drawings for wood frame construction; introduction to drafting concepts and conventions for
architectural working drawings, basic building systems,
and architectural applications of computer-aided drafting
ARCH 4B ARCHITECTURE DRAFTING PRINCIPLES II 3.0 Units
Continuation of Architecture 4A with emphasis on architectural working drawings of non-residential buildings with
wood, masonry, steel and concrete structures. Application of
advanced computer-aided drafting techniques for architectural construction documents will be reviewed, as will the use
of electronic/web-based information sources, including Architectural Graphic Standards, Sweets Catalogs, and the Uniform
Building Code. Prerequisite: Architecture 4A (completed with
a grade of C or higher).
D 22721 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 905 HUANG 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 905
OP
ARCH 8A FUNDAMENTALS OF ARCH DESIGN I
4.0 Units
Intro to the theories, principles, and methods of architectural
design using traditional and digital media. Studio projects
emphasize composing two and three-dimensional organizations to convey intended concepts and meanings. Aesthetic,
environmental, social, and technological factors which
inform architectural design are investigated. Course work
is supplemented with lectures, discussions, and readings.
Prerequisite: Architecture 2B (completed with a grade of C
or higher).
D 20685 Lec MW 1:00 2:15 907 HUANG 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MW 2:30 3:45 907
GR
ARCH 14 CALIF ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN 3.0 Units
California architecture and urban design from indigenous beginnings to the contemporary avant garde. Historic, cultural,
and environmental influences on the shaping of California’s
distinctive buildings and cities. Works reviewed range from
anonymous adobes to historic masterpieces by Maybeck and
Morgan to new works by Gehry, Moss, and others.
D 21098 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 1564 KENSINGER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
ARCH 33 3-D MODELING
3.0 Units
Introduction to 3-dimensional digital modeling using 3-dimensional software. Emphasis on learning basic commands to
create 3-dimensional objects including building interiors and
exteriors, and defining photo-realistic views with appropriate
light sources. May not receive credit if Art 33, Interior Design 33, or Photography 33 has been completed. Architecture 68 (completed with a grade of C or higher).
D 22719 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 905 HUANG 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 905
OP
ARCH 68 AUTOCAD FOR ARCH & INTERIOR DESIGN 3.0 Units
Introduction to computer-aided drafting. Topics include command basics including drawing entity creation and modification, industry layering standards, text and dimensioning
systems appropriate to architecture, creating symbol libraries, external reference techniques, model and paper space
commands, and plotting techniques. May not receive credit if
Interior Design 68 has been completed.
D 20684 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 TBA HUANG 08/18-12/21 GR 001
TTh 10:00 11:50 TBA
GR
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
ART
ART 2A INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING
3.0 Units
Skill development in black and white drawing using composition, light and shade, perspective and other basics applied to
realism drawing. CAN ART 8
D 20879 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 901 GOLOJUCH 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 901
OP
D 22082 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 1008 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 002
MW 1:00 2:50 TBA
OP
D 20006 Lec MW 3:00 3:50 1008 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 003
MW 4:00 5:50 1008
OP
D 20432 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 901 GOLOJUCH 08/18-12/21 OP 004
TTh 10:00 11:50 901
OP
D 20007 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 901 GOLOJUCH 08/18-12/21 OP 005
TTh 2:00 3:50 901
OP
ART 3A FIGURE AND COMPOSITION I
3.0 Units
Fundamental skills, techniques and knowledge of art related
to drawing of the human form using graphite, charcoal, ink,
and conte crayon. Compare figurative compositions using
the human form through design, master paintings, verbal
and written descriptions, and critiques. Awareness of the
creative process as it applies to anatomical analysis by class
drawings, anatomy assignments, and figurative compositions
which require the student to explore drawing techniques,
compose, and evaluate drawings.
D 20569 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1006
OP
D 20008 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 002
MW 1:00 2:50 1006
OP
ART 3B FIGURE AND COMPOSITION II
3.0 Units
Continued development of knowledge and skills introduced
in Art 3A. Emphasis on composition and color and different
figurative design elements during the drawing of the human
form. Strongly recommended: Art 3A (completed with a
grade of C or higher).
D 20009 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1006
OP
D 21629 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 002
MW 1:00 2:50 1006
OP
ART 3C FIGURE AND COMPOSITION III
3.0 Units
Continued development of knowledge and skills further
developed in Art 3B. Emphasis on composition and color and
different figurative design elements during the drawing of the
human form. Drawing elements stress emotions and expressions. Strongly recommended: Art 3B (completed with a
grade of C or higher).
D 20010 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1006
OP
D 21630 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 002
MW 1:00 2:50 1006
OP
ART 3D FIGURE AND COMPOSITION IV
3.0 Units
Continued development of knowledge and skills further
developed in Art 3C. Emphasis on compositions and color
and different figurative design elements during the drawing
of the human form. Drawing elements stressing individual
philosophies and expressions. Strongly recommended: Art
3C (completed with a grade of C or higher).
D 20011 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
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MW 10:00 11:50 1006
OP
D 21631 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 002
MW 1:00 2:50 1006
OP
ART 7A INTRO TO WATERCOLOR PAINTING
3.0 Units
Students will learn materials, methods, techniques and watch
demonstrations of transparent watercolor painting, including its effects and possibilities. Students will work with the
instructor to maximize watercolor painting skills during class
and at home. Strongly recommended: Art 2A.
D 20464 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 10:00 11:50 1006
OP
ART 7B INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR PAINTING 3.0 Units
Continued development of knowledge and techniques introduced in 7A. Emphasis on various intermediate watercolor
techniques that produce different types of watercolor paintings. Strongly recommended: Art 7A.
D 20465 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 10:00 11:50 1006
OP
ART 7C ADV WATERCOLOR PAINTING I
3.0 Units
Builds upon the skills and techniques introduced in 7B so
that student can solve composition problems as well as begin
to utilize personal expressions. Emphasizes composition,
concept, and visualization skills. Strongly recommended: Art
7B.
D 20466 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 10:00 11:50 1006
OP
ART 7D ADV WATERCOLOR PAINTING II
3.0 Units
Continued development of skills and techniques introduced
in Art 7C, directed towards individual needs, developing
personalized imagery and beginning to settle on individual
techniques. Strongly recommended: Art 7C.
D 20467 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 10:00 11:50 1006
OP
ART 10 DESIGN AND MATERIALS
3.0 Units
Students will be introduced in the use of basic elements and
principles of two and three-dimensional design, awareness
of the creative process both for the viewer as well as the
designer. Analysis of student and master works through oral
and written critiques. Study design in historical, social, and
multicultural contexts.
D 20012 Lec MW 1:00 1:50 1012 THIEL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 2:00 3:50 1012
OP
ART 12A OIL/ACRYLIC PAINTING-BEGIN I
3.0 Units
Beginning projects in oil or acrylic painting with an emphasis on fundamental painting techniques and approaches.
Strongly recommended: Art 2A or equivalent.
D 20013 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 1006
OP
E 20014 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff – Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
ART 12B OIL/ACRYLIC PAINTING-BEGIN II
3.0 Units
Projects in oil or acrylic painting with an emphasis on fundamental painting techniques and approaches. Prerequisite:
Art 12A or equivalent.
D 20015 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 1006
OP
E 20016 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff – Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
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ART 12C OIL/ACRYLIC PAINTING-ADV I
3.0 Units
Advanced projects in oil or acrylic painting with an emphasis
on individual creative work and development of personal
ideas and style. Prerequisite: Art 12B (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher) or equivalent.
D 20017 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 1006
OP
E 20018 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff – Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
ART 12D OIL/ACRYLIC PAINTING-ADV II
3.0 Units
Advanced projects in oil or acrylic painting with emphasis on
individual creative work and development of personal ideas
and style. Prerequisite: Art 12C or equivalent (completed
with a grade “C” or higher).
D 20019 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 1006
OP
E 20020 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff–Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
ART 13A ACRYLIC PAINTING-BEGINNING I
3.0 Units
Projects in acrylic painting with an emphasis on fundamental
painting techniques and approaches. Strongly recommended:
Art 2A or equivalent.
D 20444 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 1006
OP
E 20448 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff-Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
ART 13B ACRYLIC PAINTING-BEGINNING II
3.0 Units
Projects in acrylic painting with an emphasis on fundamental
painting techniques and approaches. Prerequisite: Art 13A
or equivalent (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 20445 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 1006
OP
E 20449 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff-Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
ART 13C ACRYLIC PAINTING-ADVANCED I
3.0 Units
Advanced projects in acrylic painting with emphasis on individual creative work and development of personal ideas and
style. Prerequisite: Art 13B or equivalent (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher).
D 20446 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 1006
OP
E 20450 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff-Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
ART 13D ACRYLIC PAINTING-ADVANCED II
3.0 Units
Advanced projects in acrylic painting with emphasis on individual creative work and development of personal ideas and
style. Prerequisite: Art 13C or equivalent (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher).
D 20447 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1006 KOMISAR 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 2:00 3:50 1006
OP
E 20451 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff-Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
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ART 16A INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS I
3.0 Units
Introduction to the fundamental techniques of wheel thrown
and hand constructed clay forms. Clay and glaze materials
and their reaction to fire.
D 20021 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
D 20022 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 002
TTh 10:00 11:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
E 20023 Lec MW 7:00 7:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 8:00 9:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 16B INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS II
3.0 Units
Further development of the technical skills of wheel thrown
and hand constructed clay forms. Surface decoration using
various glazing techniques and methods of slip decoration. Prerequisite: Art 16A (completed with a grade of C or
higher).
D 20024 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
D 20025 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 002
TTh 10:00 11:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
E 20026 Lec MW 7:00 7:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 8:00 9:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 16C INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS III
3.0 Units
Further development of technical skills of wheel thrown and
hand constructed clay forms. Introduction to kiln loading and
firing. Continued development of various hand constructed
clay forms. Prerequisite: Art 16B (completed with a grade
of C or higher).
D 20027 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
D 20028 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 002
TTh 10:00 11:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
E 20029 Lec MW 7:00 7:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 8:00 9:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 16D CERAMICS - INTERMEDIATE
3.0 Units
Further development of technical skills of wheel thrown and
hand constructed clay forms. Glaze exploration and experimentation. Contemporary ceramic history. Prerequisite: Art
16C (completed with a grade of C or higher).
D 20030 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
D 20031 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 002
TTh 10:00 11:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
E 20032 Lec MW 7:00 7:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 8:00 9:50 1016
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 16E INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS/CERAMICS
3.0 Units
Projects in Ceramics for intermediate to advanced students.
Building on previous knowledge and skills acquired from
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previous work, students will produce artwork that expresses
their individual style. Prerequisite: Art 16D (completed with
a grade of C or higher).
D 21928 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1016
GR
art resume. Strongly recommended: Art 12ABCD and Art
13ABCD.
E 20771 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
a range of activities covering the presentation, handling and
security of original artwork in the Chabot Art Gallery.
D 22443 Lec TTh 12:00 12:50 1002 MULLER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab TTh 1:00 2:15 1002
OP
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
D 21929 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 GR 002
TTh 10:00 11:50 1016
GR
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
E 21930 Lec MW 7:00 7:50 1016 ESQUIERDO 08/18-12/21 GR 071
MW 8:00 9:50 1016
GR
$15 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 17 BEGINNING SCULPTURE
3.0 Units
Construction methods in clay through design of threedimensional and relief sculptures. Includes an introduction
to contemporary ceramic art history and fundamentals of
firing procedures.
D 21714 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1012 THIEL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
TTh 10:00 11:50 1012
GR
MW 7:30 9:20
1006
OP
ART 4905 ADVANCED LANDSCAPE PAINTING
3.0 Units
Designed to give the advanced students an opportunity to
explore all aspects of complex composition, color theory,
atmosphere, advanced techniques in realism, alla prima, and
abstract landscape painting. Strongly recommended: Art
12ABCD or 13ABCD.
E 20882 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
$25 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 4910 ADVANCED PAINTING WORKSHOP I
3.0 Units
Advanced painters will define, develop, and solve advanced
painting concepts, refine techniques and skills, and receive
personalized critiques. Effective use of art internet sites.
Prerequisite: Art 12D and 13D.
E 21857 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 1006 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab MW 7:30 9:20 1006
OP
ART 18 WOOD AND STONE SCULPTURE
3.0 Units
Design and carve three-dimensional and relief sculptures,
using subtractive methods in wood and stone. Includes an
introduction to art history and fundamentals of pneumatic
(air power) technology. Designed for art majors as well as
general education students.
D 20433 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1012 THIEL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1012
OP
ART 54 ILLUSTRATING CHILDREN’S BOOKS
3.0 Units
Creation of two different children’s books in any medium.
Overview of the field of illustrating children’s books. The
relationship between words and images, page layout, character development, and illustration styles. Illustrating existing
books or students’ own stories.
D 20993 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 901 GOLOJUCH 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 1:00 2:50 901
OP
$25 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 19 METAL SCULPTURE
3.0 Units
Introduction to techniques of metal sculpture welding, forging, brazing, and casting of various metals. Application to
sculptural forms in relief and three dimensional statements.
Strongly recommended: Art 17 and Art 10.
D 20434 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1012 THIEL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1012
OP
$35 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 20 ALL MEDIA SCULPTURE
3.0 Units
Concentrated individual studies in sculpture. Designed to
provide opportunity for continued investigation in the possibilities of a particular sculptural medium for the purpose of
creating individual expression.
D 20036 Lec MW 9:00 9:50 1012 THIEL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MW 10:00 11:50 1012
OP
$25 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ART 55 INTRO TO GRAPHIC DESIGN CAREER
2.0 Units
Presentation of art work by design specialists and instructor highlighting a variety of careers in the graphic design
industry. Speakers may include designers, art directors,
illustrators, photographers and others in the graphic design
industry.
D 22722 Lec Wed 3:00 4:50 901 GOLOJUCH 08/18-12/21 GR 001
ART 61 ILLUSTRATION
3.0 Units
Creation and execution of conceptual ideas in illustration.
Includes a variety of mediums and contemporary application styles. Emphasis on skills in traditional draftsmanship,
craftsmanship and presentation.
D 20033 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 901 GOLOJUCH 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MW 1:00 2:50 901
GR
ART HISTORY
ART 21 INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS SCULPTURE
3.0 Units
Projects in sculpture for intermediate to advanced students.
Building on previous knowledge and skills required from
previous work, students will produce artwork that expresses
their individual styles. Prerequisite: Art 17 (completed with
a grade of C or higher).
D 21925 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 1012 THIEL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
TTh 10:00 11:50 1012
GR
ARTH 1 INTRODUCTION TO ART
3.0 Units
Architecture, sculpture, painting, photography and design in
human inventiveness in providing for material and aesthetic
needs; orientation to contemporary and historic art forms
and principles.
D 21725 Lec MW 7:30 8:45 804 THIEL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21727 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 804 ZULIANI 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 21726 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 804 ZULIANI 08/18-12/21 OP 003
S 21831 Lec Sat 8:30 12:00 502 BURGESS 08/28-12/18 OP EP1
ART 4903 ADVANCED PROJECTS IN PAINTING
3.0 Units
Advanced painting project (all painting mediums) is designed
for individualized, in-depth exploration of a personal painting
concept. The course is designed to provide levels of experience leading up to an art exhibition, artist statement, and
ARTH 50 MUSEUM & GALLERY TECHNIQUES
3.0 Units
Learn the display of visual art within a museum/gallery
space. Meet artists from the Bay Area and beyond, learn the
meaning behind their artwork, and gain hands-on practice in
$25 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
ASTRONOMY
ASTR 10 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
3.0 Units
Introduction to history and physical principles of astronomy,
focusing on our Solar System. Includes: constellations; distance scales; historical development of astronomy; gravitation; motion of the earth, moon and planets; astronomical
tools; formation and evolution of the solar system; physical
properties, atmosphere, and evolution of the earth, moon,
and planets within the solar system; asteroids, comets, and
other small bodies; discovery of extra-solar planets; possibilities for life beyond Earth. Designed for non-majors in
mathematics or physical science.
D 20084 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1902 DAVE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
O 21392 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA SMITH 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
ASTR 10, section ON1, is an on-line course conducted over the
internet using Blackboard. Student must have an e-mail account
and internet access before the first day of class. For information, go to http://online.chabotcollege.edu/bsmith and follow the
link to the online course. For Blackboard login information,
please visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online. For questions,
call (510) 723-7016.
ASTR 20 STARS AND THE UNIVERSE
3.0 Units
Introduction to study of stars, galaxies, cosmology. Includes
the nature of light and matter, telescopes, spectroscopy, stellar formation and evolution, galaxies, quasars, and cosmology. Designed for non-majors in mathematics or a physical
science.
D 21237 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1902 SMITH 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21671 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 1902 DAVE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ASTR 30 INTRO TO ASTRONOMY LAB
1.0 Units
Introduction to laboratory principles and techniques in astronomy. Includes: observational techniques such as naked
eye, binocular, and telescopic identification of stars, planets,
constellations, and deep sky objects; telescope operation
and imaging; spectroscopy, motions of the sun, moon and
planets. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Astronomy 1, 10 or 20.
E 20085 Lab Mon 6:30 9:20 1708 DAVE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
ATEC 50 AUTO FUNDAMENTALS
2.5 Units
Automotive industry fundamentals including engine operating
principles; engine teardown and diagnosis; fastener recognition, use and repair; hand tool identification and usage;
electrical fundamentals; service information access and use;
automotive chemical and fluid applications; hazardous waste
handling; general shop equipment usage and shop safety.
D 21312 Lec Tue 1:15 2:30 1404 BAUM 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Th 1:15 3:30 1426
OP
Lab Tue 2:40 3:30 1426
OP
S 21313 Lec Sat 9:00 10:30 1404 DAVIS 08/18-12/21 OP 082
Lab Sat 10:40 11:55 1426
OP
Lab Sat 12:30 2:50 1426
OP
ATEC 52 AUTOMOTIVE CAREER EXPLORATION
1.0 Units
Researching current career pathways related to the automotive industry including job opportunities, salary expectations,
and training expectations.
O 22322 By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA BAUM 09/20-11/11 P/N EN1
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ATEC 52, section EN1 is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information Page at the end of the schedule and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ATEC 60 AUTO ELECTRICS/ELECTRONICS I
4.0 Units
Automotive electrical/electronic system. Basic electrical
circuits, components, battery, starting, changing, and basic
wiring systems. Electrical components and the use of basic
wiring diagrams for trouble shooting systems. Repair of
wiring circuits and correct use of diagnostic equipment.
Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 50 (may be taken
concurrently). Strongly recommended: Automotive Technology 61, Industrial Technology 74.
D 21833 Lec MW 8:00 9:05 1404 SMALL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab MW 9:15 11:35 1426
OP
ATEC 61 FUEL INDUCTION, EMISSION I
4.0 Units
Introduction to the principles of automotive fuel induction
systems, including the inspection, diagnosis, and evaluation
of fuel storage, fuel pump, carburetion, intake manifolds,
combustion theory, exhaust analysis, engine operation principles, and introduction to fuel injection systems. Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 50 (may be taken concurrently).
Strongly recommended: Automotive 60.
D 21832 Lec TTh 8:00 9:05 1404 SMALL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab TTh 9:15 11:35 1426
OP
ATEC 63A INTRO ENGINE/MACHINING PROCESS
3.0 Units
Diagnosis, inspection, and repair of various engine types:
machining operations, use of instruments and automotive
machinist equipment in repairing engines and cylinder head
reconditioning. Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 50
or 55, and 60B (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
Strongly recommended: Industrial Technology 61 and 74 or
equivalent (may be taken concurrently).
D 21324 Lec Mon 8:00 9:15 1506 MACAULEY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Wed 8:00 10:15 1414
GR
Lab Mon 9:30 11:35 1414
GR
E 22694 Lec Tue 7:00 8:15 1623 SANCHEZ 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Tue 8:25 9:50 1406
GR
Lab Th 6:30 9:15 1406
GR
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Lab Mon 8:00 9:50 1426
Lab Wed 7:00 9:50 1426
OP
OP
ATEC 68 CA BAR CLEAN AIR CAR COURSE
5.0 Units
Motor Vehicle emission inspection and maintenance. Includes
the Bureau of Automotive Repair BAR) requirements for the
Basic Clean Air Car Course (BCACC) and the Advanced Clean
Air Car Course (ACACC). The BCACC includes BAR regulations, Smog Check test procedures, an overview of emissions
control devices, and current OBDII and 2007 updates. The
ACACC includes the Dyno Transition and Advanced Emissions
Diagnosis requirements. Required for eligibility to take the
State Licensing exam at Completion of the course: one year
trade experience in emissions/tune up, or nine semester units
(13 quarter units) in Automotive Technology, or 180 hours at
an accredited automotive school. Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification in the Electrical (A6), Engine Performance (A8), and Advance Engine Performance (L1) also
required in order to take State Exam. The BAR A6,A8, and
L1 ASE alternative courses are not included in this course.
E 22693 Lec MW 6:30 8:20 1404 SMALL 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab MW 8:30 10:20 1426
OP
ATEC 71A POWERTRAIN/VEHICLE PERFORMANCE I 4.0 Units
Continued study of electrical and electronic systems, including computer management systems, drivability and vehicle
performance diagnosis and repair related to electrical system
problems. May not receive credit if Automotive Technology
71 has been completed. Prerequisites: Automotive Technology 60A and 61A.
E 22692 Lec TTh 6:30 7:35 1404 ESPINOZA 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab TTh 7:45 9:50 1426
OP
BMW 10 BMW TECHNICAL SYSTEMS
5.0 Units
Introduces and develops the use of BMW’s technology including BMW’s proprietary internet resource information systems
and BMW’s workshop equipment for diagnosis, coding and
programming. Additional content includes service, maintenance, and warranty programs.
D 22896 Lec Wed 12:10 4:00 1418 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Fri 8:00 12:20 1426
GR
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES-ANATOMY
ATEC 64A MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN ASSEMBILES
3.0 Units
Diagnosis, repair and adjustment of automotive drive train
assemblies. Manual transmissions/transaxles, final drives,
rear axle assemblies, clutches, couplings, viscous and
all-wheel drives and drivelines. Strongly recommended:
Automotive Technology 50 or 55, and Automotive Technology
60B or equivalent.
D 21325 Lec Tue 8:00 9:15 1564 BAUM 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Th 8:00 11:15 1406
OP
Lab Tue 9:30 10:45 1406
OP
ANAT 1 GENERAL HUMAN ANATOMY
5.0 Units
Structure and function of the human body with emphasis on
microscopic, gross and developmental anatomy. Microscopic
examination of normal and pathological tissues, and dissection, supplemented by use of charts, models, and computer
assisted instruction. Prerequisite: Biology 31 or equivalent
course (completed with a grade of “C” or higher). Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A or 52A. CAN BIOL 10
ATEC 65 AUTO BRAKE & SAFETY INSPECTON
3.0 Units
Diagnosis, inspection, repair and adjustment of modern
automotive brakes and anti-lock braking systems. Includes
theory of operation, the study of basic laws of hydraulics,
methods of repair, and diagnosis, break service equipment.
Prerequisite: Automotive Technology 50 (may be taken concurrently) or equivalent. Strongly recommended: Industrial
Technology 74 (may be taken concurrently).
D 21326 Lec Mon 12:15 1:30 1564 BAUM 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Mon 1:35 3:00 1426
OP
Lab Wed 12:15 3:20 1426
OP
E 22827 Lec Mon 6:30 7:45 1564 DAVIS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
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The Anatomy Lab (Room 2110) will be open on MW from 4:155:15pm for study sessions. These sessions are not required, but
are to give students an opportunity to complete lab exercises and
to obtain assistance from an instructor.
7:45 9:00 2110 XU 08/18-12/21 GR 001
9:05 11:55 2110
GR
12:00 1:15 2110 RUGGIERO 08/18-12/21 GR 002
1:20 4:10 2110
GR
7:45 9:00 2110 WU 08/18-12/21 GR 003
9:05 11:55 2110
GR
1:15 2:30 2110 LANGE 08/18-12/21 GR 004
2:35 5:25 2110
GR
6:00 7:15 2110 FONDA 08/18-12/21 GR 071
7:20 10:10 2110
GR
6:30 8:20 2110 LANGE 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
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GR
ANAT 1, section ON1 is a hybrid course with required oncampus meeting. This class will meet every Wednesday. On 9/8,
10/6, 11/3 & 12/15, the class will meet from 6:30-9:20pm for
exams. For additional information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES-BIOLOGY
BIOL 2A PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I
5.0 Units
Principles of the structure and function of biological molecules, viruses, prokaryotic, and eukaryotic cells. course
is for biology majors and pre-professional students i.e.,
pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-physical therapy. Prerequisite:
Chemistry 1A or equivalent (with a grade of C or higher).
Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 20828 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 2124 OTTO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab TTh 2:20 5:10 2124
GR
D 20883 Lec MW 1:00 2:15 2130 OTTO 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab MW 2:20 5:10 2130
GR
BIOL 2B PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II
5.0 Units
Biological process at the organismal level are studied with
emphasis placed on the whole organism and higher levels of
organization. Topics include systematics; structure, function,
reproduction and development of selected invertebrates and
vertebrates, representative protists, fungi, non-vascular and
vascular plants; principles of ecology including conservation
biology. Prerequisite: Biology 2A or equivalent (with a grade
of C or higher). Strongly recommended: eligibility for English
1A.
D 20946 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 2130 HOWELL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab TTh 2:20 5:10 2130
GR
BIOL 10 INTRO TO THE SCIENCE OF BIOLOGY
4.0 Units
Basic principles of biology, the nature of living things, and
the nature of scientific investigation and its bioethical impact
in our modern world. Designed for non-majors in biology or
the biomedical sciences.
D 20086 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 2108 MARTINS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Mon 10:30 1:20 2106
OP
D 20088 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 2108 MARTINS 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab Wed 10:30 1:20 2106
OP
D 20087 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 2108 ALEX 08/18-12/21 OP 003
Lab Tue 10:30 1:20 2106
OP
D 21909 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 2108 ALEX 08/18-12/21 OP 004
Lab Th 10:30 1:20 2106
OP
E 20089 Lec TTh 4:30 5:45 3902 EBADI 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab Tue 6:00 8:50 2106
OP
E 20945 Lec TTh 4:30 5:45 3902 EBADI 08/18-12/21 OP 072
Lab Th 6:00 8:50 2106
OP
BIOL 31 INTRO TO COLLEGE BIOLOGY
4.0 Units
Basic principles of biology. Includes origin of life, cell
structure and function, cell division, reproduction, genetics, taxonomy, evolution, and cell metabolism. Laboratory
emphasis on developing various laboratory skills, using the
metric system, collecting data, graphing, interpreting data,
utilizing statistics and preparing for and taking laboratory
practicals. Designed to prepare the necessary concepts and
laboratory skills and experience that are needed to succeed
in more advanced courses in biology. Strongly recommended:
Math 65 or 65B or 65Y and eligibility for English 1A or 52A.
D 20091 Lec MW 7:30 8:45 2108 BRAGANZA 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Mon 9:00 11:50 2104
GR
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
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D 20588 Lec MW 7:30 8:45 2108 BRAGANZA 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab Wed 9:00 11:50 2104
GR
D 20092 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 2108 BRAGANZA 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lab Mon 1:30 4:20 2104
GR
D 20658 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 2108 BRAGANZA 08/18-12/21 GR 004
Lab Wed 1:30 4:20 2104
GR
D 20090 Lec TTh 7:30 8:45 2108 BRAGANZA 08/18-12/21 GR 005
Lab Tue 9:00 11:50 2104
GR
D 20830 Lec TTh 7:30 8:45 2108 BRAGANZA 08/18-12/21 GR 006
Lab Th 9:00 11:50 2104
GR
D 21418 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 2108 KOPAY 08/18-12/21 GR 007
Lab Tue 2:30 5:20 2104
GR
D 21419 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 2108 KOPAY 08/18-12/21 GR 008
Lab Th 2:30 5:20 2104
GR
E 20093 Lec TTh 5:45 7:00 1826 SMITH 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Tue 7:15 10:05 2104
GR
E 20094 Lec TTh 5:45 7:00 1826 SMITH 08/18-12/21 GR 072
Lab Th 7:15 10:05 2104
GR
E 20947 Lec MW 5:45 7:00 2108 KAMAKEA 08/18-12/21 GR 073
Lab Mon 7:15 10:05 2104
GR
E 21027 Lec MW 5:45 7:00 2108 KAMAKEA 08/18-12/21 GR 074
Lab Wed 7:15 10:05 2104
GR
vironmental Science 10, 11, and 12 may be combined for a
maximum of 4 units.
D 21926 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 2130 HOWELL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
serve as orientation and students are required to purchase their
lab book pack the first day so that they can be issued the CD’s
for the course.
BIOL 50 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
4.0 Units
Structure and function of the human body is studied. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiological principles at the
cellular and systemic level. Designed primarily for majors in
paramedic and medical assisting programs and pre-medical
students who wish to explore the realm of anatomy and
physiology.
D 20948 Fri 11:00 3:00 2102 MARAWALA 08/18-12/21 GR 0N1
BIOL 50, section 0N1 is a Distance Education course which
uses a combination of on-campus labs and CD-ROM lectures
(no videos). Students must have PC accessibility with Windows
95, 98, or NT and a CD-ROM drive. Students must have access
to internet so instructor can stay in touch with them regarding any changes, helpful hints Q & A, via Blackboard. Labs
are done on the computer at home and during actual lab visits
on campus. The on-campus meetings are held from 11:00am3:00p.m. in room 2102 on 8/20, 9/10, 10/1, 10/29, 11/19 and
12/10. For questions, please email the instructor at [email protected]
aol.com.
D 20095
Fri 3:30 7:30 2102 MARAWALA 08/18-12/21 GR 0N2
BIOL 50, section 0N2 is a Distance Education course which
uses a combination of on-campus labs and CD-ROM lectures
(no videos). Students must have PC accessibility with Windows
95, 98, or NT and a CD-ROM drive. Students must have access
to internet so instructor can stay in touch with them regarding
any changes, helpful hints Q & A, via Blackboard. Labs are
done on the computer at home and during actual lab visits on
campus. The on-campus meetings are held from 3:30-7:30p.m.
in room 2102 on 8/20, 9/10, 10/1, 10/29, 11/19 and 12/10.
For questions, For questions, please email the instructor at
[email protected]
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
ENSC 10 HUMANS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
3.0 Units
Identification of problems created by humans’ modification
of their environment by focusing on ecological interactions
involving the human species; investigating the life processes
of organisms as they relate to specific environments. En-
ENSC 11 HUMANS AND THE ENVIRONMENT/LAB 4.0 Units
Identification of problems created by humans’ modification
of their environment by focusing on ecological interactions
involving the human species; investigating the life processes
of organisms as they relate to specific environments. Environmental Science 10, 11, and 12 may be combined for a
maximum of 4 units.
D 21927 Lec Mon 9:00 11:50 2130 HOWELL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Wed 9:00 11:50 2130
GR
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESMICROBIOLOGY
MICR 1 MICROBIOLOGY
5.0 Units
Bacteria, fungi, protozoans, parasites, and viruses with an
emphasis on their relationship to humans. Cultivation, control,
metabolism, body’s defense against disease, microbial genetics, laboratory tests, and contemporary diseases. Laboratory includes staining, investigation, cultivation, identification
of unknowns, and sensitivity testing. Prerequisite: Biology
31 and Chemistry 30A or Chemistry 1A (both completed with
a grade of “C” or higher). Strongly recommended: Anatomy
1, eligibility for English 1A or 52A.
D 21670 Lec W F 8:00 9:20 2124 ENRIQUEZ 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab W F 9:30 12:20 2124
GR
D 21669 Lec TTh 7:30 8:45 2124 ENRIQUEZ 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab TTh 9:00 11:50 2124
GR
D 20868 Lec MW 1:00 2:15 2124 MARTINEZ-RO 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lab MW 2:30 5:20 2124
GR
E 20869 Lec MW 5:45 7:00 2124 WRIGHT 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab MW 7:15 10:05 2124
GR
E 21298 Lec TTh 5:45 7:00 2124 CORONADO 08/18-12/21 GR 072
Lab TTh 7:15 10:05 2124
GR
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCESPHYSIOLOGY
PHSI 1 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
5.0 Units
Cellular and systemic body functions. Emphasis placed on
physio- and electro-chemical and clinical methods, collection and analysis of data, extrapolations and conclusions.
Working models, including human responses, computer
simulations are studied. Prerequisite: Chemistry 30A and
Anatomy 1 (both with a grade of “C” or higher). Strongly
recommended: Chemistry 30B, eligibility for English 1A or
52A. CAN BIOL 12
D 20107 Lec MW 8:00 9:15 2102 WU
08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab MW 9:30 12:20 2102
GR
D 21679 Lec MW 1:00 2:15 2102 MARAWALA 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab MW 2:30 5:20 2102
GR
D 21248
Th 8:00 10:50 2102 MARAWALA 08/18-12/21 GR 0T1
Lab Th 11:00 12:00 2102
GR
Lab By Arr 4.8 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
This is a hybrid format class where students will do the same
lab activities but half of them are done outside the class by CD
issued with the course. The interactive software also covers
a lot of the didactics for the course with special issues being
covered in class when students are all on campus. This section
meets on Thursdays from 8 am -12:00 pm on campus. Students
need to have access to a PC operating Windows ME, 2000, NT
or XP and have access to the internet. The first day of class will
E 21680 Lec TTh 5:45 7:00 2102 MAJLESI 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab TTh 7:15 10:05 2102
GR
BUSINESS
BUS 1A FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
4.0 Units
Explores financial accounting, its importance and how it
is used by internal and external users as decision-making
tool. Covers forms of organizations; accounting information
systems; application of general accounting principles; and
preparation, interpretation and analysis of various forms of
financial statements. Includes topics on cash flow statement,
cash and accrual accounting concepts, merchandising operation, internal control and ethics, reporting and accounting for
receivables, payables, long- term assets and liabilities, inventory, depreciation, stockholders’ equity, stocks and bonds.
Strongly recommended: Business 7.
D 20955 Lec MW 10:30 12:20 1607 KALYAGIN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20044 Lec TTh 8:30 10:20 1609 KALYAGIN 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 20045 Lec MW 8:30 10:20 1609 BHANGAL 08/18-12/21 OP 003
E 20046 Lec Tue 4:30 6:20 405 WONG 08/18-12/21 OP 071
By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
BUS 1A, section 071 is a Hybrid course (2 hrs classroom + 2
hrs online each week). Students must have an email account
and internet access by the first day of class. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page,
and visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 20043 Lec MW 6:30 8:20 1609 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP 072
O 21574
O 22249
O 21337
O 21896
By Arr 6.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BHANGAL
By Arr 6.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BHANGAL
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA WONG
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BHANGAL
09/07-12/18 OP
09/07-12/18 OP
08/18-12/21 OP
08/18-12/21 OP
EN1
EN2
ON1
ON2
BUS 1A, sections EN1, EN2, ON1 & ON2 are online courses,
with no required on-campus meetings. (Note the short-term
dates on sections EN1 & EN2). For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 1B MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
4.0 Units
Examine how managers use accounting information in
decision-making, planning, directing, operating, and controlling. Emphasis on cost terms and concepts, cost structure,
cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, profit planning,
budgeting, budgetary controls, cost controls, accounting
for manufacturing costs and ethics. Prerequisite: Bus 1A
(completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 20954 Lec MW 10:30 12:20 1609 BHANGAL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 20047 Lec TTh 6:30 8:20 1609 TSENG 08/18-12/21 OP 071
O 21575 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA WONG 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
O 21897 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA WONG 08/18-12/21 OP ON2
BUS 1B, sections ON1 & ON2, are online courses with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 2 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING
3.0 Units
Fundamental accounting standards and concepts, environment, framework, procedure and reporting for assets, liabilities, expenditures, and net income. Prerequisite: Business
1A (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
O 22250 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA HUNTING 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
BUS 2, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information
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see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 3 INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
4.0 Units
Analysis of the current Federal regulations that affect the
income tax liability of individuals. Emphasis on the Federal
rules and differences in the California Law.
O 20965 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA HUNTING 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
BUS 3, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 7 ACCOUNTING FOR SMALL BUSINESS
3.0 Units
Bookkeeping practices for a sole proprietorship. Debit and
credit practice, books of original entry, ledgers, working
papers, adjusting and closing entries, income statement, balance sheets, and statement of owner’s equity, cash, payroll,
special journals, merchandising firms.
D 20966 Lec Mon 12:30 2:20 1609 KALYAGIN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lec Wed 12:30 1:20 1609
OP
Lab Wed 1:30 2:20 1609
OP
E 20969 Lec Tue 6:30 8:20 1608 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lec Th 6:30 7:20 1608
OP
Lab Th 7:30 8:20 1608
OP
O 22251 By Arr 4.8 Hrs/Wk TBA KLEIN 09/07-12/17 OP EN1
O 21778 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA KLEIN 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
BUS 7, sections EN1 & ON1, are online courses, with no
required on-campus meetings. (Note the short-term dates on section EN1). For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 8 PAYROLL ACCOUNTING
3.0 Units
The laws, principles and procedures of payroll accounting
in both manual and computerized environments. Concepts
covered include preparation of payroll records and reports;
payroll law and practices; computation of taxes, including
Social Security, federal income tax, state income taxes, and
unemployment taxes and voluntary withholdings. Strongly
recommended: Business 1A or Business 7 or equivalent.
D 21876 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 405 KALYAGIN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
O 21779 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BHANGAL 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
BUS 8, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 10 BUSINESS LAW
4.0 Units
Legal setting in which business operates, with emphasis on
legal reasoning and resolution, contracts, agency, partnerships and corporations. CAN 8.
D 20956 Lec MW 12:00 1:50 1613 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21780 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1612 LOFFT 08/18-12/21 GR 002
By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
BUS 10, section 002, is a Hybrid course (3 hrs classroom +
1 hr online each week). For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
O 21577
O 22252
O 21193
O 21898
By Arr 4.8 Hrs/Wk
By Arr 4.8 Hrs/Wk
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
NOVAK 09/07-12/17 GR
LOFFT 09/07-12/17 GR
RUIZ
08/18-12/21 GR
RUIZ 08/18-12/21 GR
EN1
EN2
ON1
ON2
BUS 10, sections EN1, EN2, ON1 & ON2 is an online course,
with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional
information see the Online Course Information page, and visit
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
O 20964 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PINKAS
O 22128 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PINKAS
08/18-12/21 OP ON1
08/18-12/21 OP ON2
BUS 12, sections EN1, ON1 & ON2, are online courses with no
required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 14 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
3.0 Units
Theory and application of written and oral communications
in a professional business environment: organization of messages, editing for tone and polish, presentation techniques,
meeting management, job search communications. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
O 20971 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA IANNIELLO 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
BUS 14, section ON1 is an online course with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 20970 Lec Th 7:00 9:50 1613 SILVA-WILKI 08/18-12/21 GR O71
By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
BUS 14, section 071, is a Hybrid course (3hrs classroom + 1
hr online each week). For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
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BUS 11 GOVERNMENTAL & NONPROFIT ACCTG
3.0 Units
A study of accounting, budgeting, auditing, fiscal procedures
and financial records of governmental agencies such as
state, county and municipal governments, as well as universities and colleges, hospitals, and certain nonprofit organizations. Business 7 or equivalent.
O 22321 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ORESHKOVA 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
BUS 11, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 12 INTRO TO BUSINESS
3.0 Units
Survey of the private enterprise system and basic business
concepts, business economics, types of business ownership,
ethics, globalization, and organizational functions (management, marketing, accounting, and finance).
D 20957 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1613 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20958 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1613 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 21781 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 1613 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 20959 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1613 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 20960 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 1613 PINKAS 08/18-12/21 OP 005
D 21899 Lec Fri 10:00 1:50 1613 Staff - Ap 09/07-12/17 OP E01
E 20963 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 1613 PINKAS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
O 21782 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk TBA PINKAS 09/07-12/17 OP EN1
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BUS 16 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
3.0 Units
Mathematics to solve typical business problems including simple interest, compound interest, installment sales, trade and
cash discounts, markup percents, pricing, discounting notes
and drafts, depreciation, taxes, insurance, statistics, stocks,
bonds, and distribution of ownership and profits. Strongly
recommended: Mathematics 105 or 105L (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher).
E 20996 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 1612 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP 071
O 21578 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk TBA WONG 09/07-12/17 OP EN1
O 20972 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PINKAS 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
BUS 16, sections EN1 & ON1, are online courses, with no
required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 21 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
3.0 Units
Introduction to the management of human resources.
The impact and accountability of human resources to the
organization. Global human resource strategies, social and
organizational realities, legal implications affecting people at
work, union/non-union practices, comparable work, employee
compensation, benefits, and employee rights.
E 20973 Lec Th 6:30 9:20 1607 PAVA 08/18-12/21 OP 071
BUS 22 INTRO TO MANAGEMENT
3.0 Units
Principles and concepts of traditional management tasks,
contemporary management challenges related to such topics
as people, diversity, quality, social responsibility and ethics,
the global environment, production management, information
technology, competitiveness and innovation, building alternative work situations and the internet.
D 21783 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1564 KALYAGIN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
O 20974 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk TBA KALYAGIN 09/07-12/17 OP EN1
BUS 22-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 26 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
3.0 Units
Application of management principles to the selection,
establishment, and operation of a small business. Strongly
recommended: Business 1A or Business 7.
D 21198 Lec Tue 6:00 9:20 1607 Staff-Ap 09/07-12/17 GR E01
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
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BUS 34 INTRO TO ADVERTISING
3.0 Units
Contributions of advertising to marketing and communication, including coordination and development of sales
promotion programs, media selection, copy writing, research
and budgeting.
O 21784 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PINKAS 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
institutions, and international operations. Emphasis on current events in the global business environment.
O 21579 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk TBA KALYAGIN 09/07-12/17 OP EN1
BUS 50D-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 34-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
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Any questions, contact Dmitriy Kalyagin
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BUS 36 INTRO TO MARKETING
3.0 Units
Marketing as an exchange process involving all members of
society; research on the demographic and behavioral dimensions of marketing; analyses of marketing strategies and
the social, cultural, economic, competitive and legal factors
affecting marketing mix decisions.
D 20975 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1607 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 GR 001
O 21865 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk TBA NOVAK 09/07-12/17 GR EN1
BUS 36-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 40 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
3.0 Units
Exploration of major factors involved in developing international trade. An overview of globalization, its impact on
both Western and non-Western societies, theories of global
trade, monetary environment, foreign market analysis, sociocultural forces, global ethics, global political and economic
BUS 40-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 42
Green Business Practices
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Learnabout:
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• CreateaGreenBusinessPlan
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BUS 50F DEVELOPING A BUSINESS PLAN
1.0 Units
Research, analysis and outlining logical and persuasive
business plans, including market and competitive analysis
financial plans, management and operational plans, and plan
outlines and executive summaries.
O 21642 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BARTON 08/18-09/24 OP EN1
BUS 50F-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
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BUS 42 GREEN BUSINESS PRACTICES
3.0 Units
Practical projects and activities to increase profitability
efficiency by becoming more socially and environmentally
responsible and responding to changing cultural, economic,
competitive, and legal imperatives embedded within the
“green” initiatives.
O 21905 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk TBA PINKAS 09/07-12/17 OP EN1
• BUD-50D:Resumes&JobApplication
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• BUS-50F:DevelopingaBusinessPlan
• BUS-50G:NegotiatingSkills
• BUS-50J:TimeManagementSkills
• BUS-50K:ListeningSkills
BUS 42-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
• BUS-50L:CareersinBusiness
BUS 43 PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING
3.0 Units
Focuses on the time value of money, budgeting, use of credit,
investing, taxation of personal income and assets, types of
insurance and risk management, health care planning, retirement planning and estate planning.
O 22286 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RUIZ 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
For more information, see the Online & Hybrid
Learning Program Page for more information , or
visit: www.chabotcollege.edu/BUS, or email us
at: [email protected]
BUS 43, section ON1, is an online course with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 50C INTERVIEWING FOR SUCCESS
1.0 Units
Principles and techniques of successful employment interviews: interview preparation, selling your qualifications,
managing difficult qualifications, following up on the interview.
O 21901 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA LALAMI 09/27-11/05 OP EN1
BUS 50C-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 50D RESUMES AND JOB APPL LETTERS
1.0 Units
Research and preparation of persuasive employment search
documents, including company research, self-assessment,
document composition and format. Includes resumes, job
application letters, and follow up communications. May be
offered in Distance Education delivery format.
O 21641 By Arr 2.5 Hrs/Wk TBA DERMODY 11/01-12/17 OP EN1
• BUS-50M:WorkplaceDiversity
• BUS-50P:QualityCustomerService
BUS 50G NEGOTIATING SKILLS
1.0 Units
Negotiation theory and skills development for business negotiations. Negotiating goals, strategies, key skills and styles.
O 21820 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA LALAMI 08/18-09/24 OP EN1
BUS 50G-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 50J TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS
1.0 Units
Practical tips and tools to manage time in academic and
business-related situations. Setting short-term and longterm goals. Prioritization of goals and activities. Developing
plans; organizing your workplace. Typical time wasters/time
leaks, including procrastination, and ways of overcoming
them.
O 21821 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA SILVA-WILKI 08/18-09/24 OP EN1
BUS 50J-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 93 QUICKBOOKS
2.0 Units
QuickBooks introduces the concepts of bookkeeping/accounting using the theory of double-entry bookkeeping.
Learn to use the QuickBooks software for a set up, service
business and merchandising business. Setting up chart of
accounts, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory,
payroll and preparation and analysis of financial statements. Strongly recommended: Business 1A, Business 7 or
equivalent.
D 22289 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RAEBER 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
CHEMISTRY
BUS 50K LISTENING SKILLS
1.0 Units
Examination of listening styles and skill development for the
business environment. Includes exploration of the benefits
of listening, listening attitudes, and tips for improving listening.
O 21906 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA IANNIELLO 09/27-11/05 OP EN1
BUS 50K-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 50L CAREERS IN BUSINESS
1.0 Units
Exploration of the wide variety of potential careers in business, and the educational preparation appropriate for those
careers.
O 21907 By Arr 2.5 Hrs/Wk TBA LALAMI 11/01-12/17 OP EN1
BUS 50L-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 50M WORKPLACE DIVERSITY
1.0 Units
Tips and tools to value and manage diversity in the workplace. Overview of theoretical and legal perspectives, dimensions of diversity, the impact of diversity on the workplace.
Case studies to acknowledge differences and successfully
build relationships with people of diverse backgrounds.
O 21908 By Arr 2.5 Hrs/Wk TBA LALAMI 11/01-12/17 OP EN1
BUS 50M-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
BUS 50P QUALITY CUSTOMER SERVICE
1.0 Units
Techniques and tools to understand customer expectations,
and to exceed those expectations. Includes analysis of
customer needs, delivery of quality customer service, and
dealing with challenging customers to win customer loyalty.
O 22284 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA LALAMI 09/27-11/05 OP EN1
BUS 50P-EN1 is a late start, short semester online course, with
no required on-campus meetings. For important additional
information see the Online Course Information page, and visit
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 72 LEADERSHIP OF HEALTH CARE ORGS
3.0 Units
Survey of key issues and effective management approaches
in health care organizations, including organizational structure and governance, information technology, facilities and
guest services, planning, marketing and strategy.
O 22697 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk TBA LEADBEATER 09/07-12/17 OP EN1
BUS 72, section EN1 is an online course with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 92 EXCEL SPREADSHEETS FOR ACCTG
2.0 Units
Fundamentals of using electronic spreadsheets (Microsoft
Excel) for accounting principles. Focus on solving accounting
problems and completing accounting projects with Microsoft
Excel. Strongly recommended: Business 1A, Business 7,
or equivalent AND Computer Application Systems 54A or
Computer Application Systems 72E.
D 22290 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA WONG 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
BUS 92-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
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BUS 93-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online. Also visit instructor’s Website at: http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/faculty/sraeber.
E 22287 Lec Wed 6:00 6:50 1611 RAEBER
Lab Wed 7:00 8:50 1611
08/18-12/21 OP 071
OP
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BUS 95 BUSINESS WORK EXPERIENCE
1.0 Units
College supervised on-the-job training for work in a business
related occupation. Through the cooperation of the work
supervisor, contract to accomplish new learning objectives or
broaden experiences in the work field. Co-requisite: Business
96.
D 20991 By Arr 15.0 Hrs/Wk TBA THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
BUS 96 BUSINESS WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR 1.0 Units
Focal point for the coordination of curriculum with college supervised part-time or full-time employment in major
field. Case studies, job related problems, student cases and
presentations, and material related to employment, organizations and management. Co-requisite: Business 95.
O 20992 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
BUS 96-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
CHEM 1A GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I
5.0 Units
Introduction to atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry,
thermochemistry, gases, matter and energy, oxidationreduction, chemical equations, liquids and solids, solutions,
chemical energetics and equilibrium. Laboratory includes
both quantitative and qualitative experiments. Prerequisites:
Mathematics 55 or 55B or 55Y; Chemistry 31 (all courses
completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or appropriate
skill level demonstrated through the Chemistry Placement
Process.
D 20098 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 3922 STANTON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab MW 1:30 4:20 3903
GR
D 20097 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 3922 PITCHER 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab TTh 9:00 11:50 3903
GR
D 20832 Lec Mon 7:30 8:45 3924 SAWHNEY 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lec Mon 9:00 10:15 3924
GR
Lab W F 7:30 10:20 3903
GR
D 21022 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 3922 SCHUMACHER 08/18-12/21 GR 004
Lab TTh 2:30 5:20 3903
GR
E 21672 Lec TTh 5:30 6:45 3934 JOSHI 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab TTh 7:00 9:50 3903
GR
CHEM 1B GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II
5.0 Units
Continuation of Chemistry 1A. Chemical energetics and
equilibria, solutions and ionic equilibria, acid-base chemistry,
electrochemistry, coordination chemistry, kinetics, nuclear
chemistry, organic chemistry, and the chemistry of family
groups of the periodic table. Laboratory emphasizes quantitative techniques, including instrumentation, and qualitative
analysis. Prerequisite: Chemistry 1A (completed with a grade
of “C” or higher). CAN CHEM 4, CHEM SEQ A
D 20833 Lec Mon 7:30 8:45 1906 DOCKTER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Mon 9:00 10:15 1906
GR
Lab W F 7:30 10:20 3923
GR
E 21673 Lec MW 5:30 6:45 3922 SHARMA 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab MW 7:00 9:50 3923
GR
CHEM 10 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
4.0 Units
A non-mathematical survey of the basic concepts of chemistry designed for non-science majors. Basic structure,
properties and reactivity of matter and energy as they relate
to our environmental nutrition, material science and other
current topics. May not be taken for credit if Chemistry 1A or
Chemistry 31 has been completed.
E 20757 Wed 6:30 9:20 3921 GIBSON 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
This section (0T1) is a hybrid course with required on-campus
class meetings. Course orientation is on 8/24 from 6:30-7:30pm.
Class meetings are on 8/31, 9/14, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, and 11/09
from 6:30-9:20pm in room 3921
CHEM 12A ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
5.0 Units
The structure, nomenclature, bonding, stereochemistry,
conformational analysis, physical properties in relation to
alkanes, alkyl halides, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, and ethers.
Emphasis on reactivity and reaction mechanisms. Multi-step
synthesis is also introduced. Laboratory work includes
microscale, semi-microscale, spectroscopic, and chromatographic techniques. Chemistry 12A is the first semester in
a year course in organic chemistry designed for students
majoring in chemistry and related disciplines. Prerequisite:
Chemistry 1B (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 20096 Lec Mon 7:30 9:20 3934 GIBSON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Wed 8:30 9:20 3934
GR
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Lab Mon 9:30 10:20 3931
GR
Lab Tue 7:30 12:00 3931
GR
D 21028 Lec Mon 7:30 9:20 3934 GIBSON 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lec Wed 8:30 9:20 3934
GR
Lab Wed 9:30 10:20 3931
GR
Lab Th 7:30 12:00 3931
GR
D 21364 Lec MW 1:00 2:15 3934 WELLS 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lab Fri 10:30 4:20 3931
GR
E 20106 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 3924 HENDERSON 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab Th 6:30 9:20 3921
OP
COMM 10 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
3.0 Units
Exploration, discussion, and evaluation of the components
of verbal and nonverbal communication processes. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A or 52A.
D 22411 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 801 WARDA 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 22412 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 802 MARTINEZ 08/18-12/21 OP 002
CHEM 30A INTRO AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY I
4.0 Units
Chemistry of inorganic compounds, atomic theory, bonding, equations, gas laws, solutions, acid-base theory and
oxidation-reduction. Designed for certain majors in allied
health and technological fields and for general education.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 65 or 65B or 65L (completed
with a grade of C or higher). CAN CHEM 6
D 20101 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1904 MC OMBER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Mon 10:30 1:20 3929
GR
D 20834 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1904 MC OMBER 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab Wed 10:30 1:20 3929
GR
D 20099 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 1904 SAWHNEY 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lab Mon 1:30 4:20 3929
GR
D 20100 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 1904 SAWHNEY 08/18-12/21 GR 004
Lab Wed 1:30 4:20 3929
GR
D 21433 Lec TTh 7:40 8:55 1816 DOCKTER 08/18-12/21 GR 005
Lab Tue 9:00 11:50 3929
GR
D 21434 Lec TTh 7:40 8:55 1816 DOCKTER 08/18-12/21 GR 006
Lab Th 9:00 11:50 3929
GR
E 20102 Lec TTh 6:00 7:15 1904 BHATIA 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Tue 7:20 10:10 3929
GR
E 21223 Lec TTh 6:00 7:15 1904 BHATIA 08/18-12/21 GR 072
Lab Th 7:20 10:10 3929
GR
CHEM 30B INTRO AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY II
4.0 Units
Continuation of Chemistry 30A with emphasis on organic
and biochemical concepts related to human physiological
systems. Designed for certain majors in the allied health sciences and technological fields. Prerequisite: Chemistry 30A
(completed with a grade of “C” or higher). CAN CHEM 8
D 20660 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1832 SCHUMACHER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Mon 10:30 1:20 3901
GR
D 21222 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1832 SCHUMACHER 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab Wed 10:30 1:20 3901
GR
CHEM 31 INTRO TO COLLEGE CHEMISTRY
4.0 Units
Elementary concepts of chemistry with emphasis on mathematical calculations; includes nomenclature, stoichiometry,
atomic structure, gas laws, and acids and bases. Designed
for majors in science and engineering. Prerequisite:
Mathematics 55 or 55B (completed with a grade of “C” or
higher).
D 20103 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 1818 PITCHER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Mon 1:30 4:20 3921
OP
D 20104 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 1818 PITCHER 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab Wed 1:30 4:20 3921
OP
D 20105 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1904 WELLS 08/18-12/21 OP 003
Lab Tue 1:00 3:50 3921
OP
D 21910 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1904 WELLS 08/18-12/21 OP 004
Lab Th 1:00 3:50 3921
OP
CHINESE
CHIN 1A BEGINNING CHINESE
5.0 Units
Introduction to the Chinese culture of the world featuring
the study and practice of the four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Mandarin Chinese.
Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
E 21884 Lec TTh 6:30 8:45 510 KUO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Tue 5:30 6:20 100A/B
OP
COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COMM 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH COMM
3.0 Units
Emphasis on developing, stating, organizing, and researching
ideas, and presenting to an audience. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 22894 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 851 SPRATT
08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 22385 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 501 KEELING-HAI 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 22386 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 810 MARTINEZ 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 22387 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 501 KEELING-HAI 08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 22818 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 805 SPRATT
08/18-12/21 OP 005
D 22388 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 811 AMES
08/18-12/21 OP 006
D 22389 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 802 SPRATT
08/18-12/21 OP 007
D 22391 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 802 WARDA
08/18-12/21 OP 008
D 22392 Lec TTh 7:30 8:45 811 PEETERS
08/18-12/21 OP 009
D 22393 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 858 KEELING-HAI 08/18-12/21 OP 010
D 22396 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 801 WARDA
08/18-12/21 OP 011
D 22397 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 510 AROVOLA
08/18-12/21 OP 012
D 22398 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 510 AROVOLA
08/18-12/21 OP 013
D 22400 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 858 KEELING-HAI 08/18-12/21 OP 014
D 22401 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 851 HUNTER
08/18-12/21 OP 015
D 22399 Lec TTh 3:00 4:15 851 MARTINEZ 08/18-12/21 OP 016
D 22390 Lec Wed 12:00 2:50 501 MARTINEZ 08/18-12/21 OP 017
D 22402 Lec Fri 9:00 11:50 501 ZELL
08/18-12/21 OP 018
D 22409 Lec MW9:00 10:30 TBA UCHIYAMA 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
COMM 1-SL1 is an off-campus course that meets at Chabot
College-SAN LEANDRO CENTER, located at 1448 Williams
Street, San Leandro. For directions and further information,
see http://www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite
E 22407 Lec MW 4:30 5:45 811 ZELL
E 22403 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 853 IANNIELLO
E 22404 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 501 FURBER
E 22405 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 851 WARDA
E 22406 Lec Th 6:30 9:20 811 MARTINEZ
E 22370 Lec Wed 7:00 9:50 802 CLARK
S 22408 Lec Sat 9:00 11:50 851 IANNIELLO
08/18-12/21 OP
08/18-12/21 OP
08/18-12/21 OP
08/18-12/21 OP
08/18-12/21 OP
08/18-12/21 OP
08/18-12/21 OP
071
072
073
074
075
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082
COMM 2A ORAL INTERPRETATION OF LIT I
3.0 Units
Development of skills in reading quality literature aloud;
practice in writing scholarly criticism of the literature presented orally.
D 22410 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 855 KEELING-HAI 08/18-12/21 OP 001
COMM 11 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
3.0 Units
Intercultural communication, with a focus on the analysis and
comparisons of message perception and transmission in
interactions between people from different cultures. Particular attention to values and meanings reflected in American
culture, specifically the crisscrossing dynamics of race, ethnicity, gender, and class. Emphasis on practical application of
skills for effective communication between people of different
domestic and international cultures.
D 22414 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 810 AMES 08/18-12/21 OP 001
COMM 30 ELEMENTS OF SPEECH
3.0 Units
Emphasis on individual abilities and needs in achieving effective verbal communication in daily life, business situations,
and community activities.
D 22415 Lec Mon 12:00 2:50 501 UCHIYAMA 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 22431 Lec Tue 6:30 9:35 1908 CLARK 08/24-12/15 OP EP1
COMM 46 ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE
3.0 Units
Analysis of contemporary questions through written and
spoken discourse. Analysis, criticism and synthesis of
contemporary moral, political, economic and philosophical
issues of a diverse, multicultural society, using traditional and
modern models of argumentation. Strongly recommended:
English 1A.
D 22417 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 853 AMES
08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 22418 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 801 WARDA 08/18-12/21 OP 002
COMM 48 ACTIVITIES IN FORENSICS
1.0 Units
Intercollegiate competition in the areas of public speaking,
debate, and oral interpretation. Other activities include
performance in workshops, festivals, concert readings and
the community.
D 22419 Lab TTh 12:00 12:50 810 AMES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
As a condition of enrollment for this class, students will be
required to sign an agreement to conform to a code of conduct.
COMPUTER APPLICATION
SYSTEMS
CAS 50 INTRO TO COMPUTER APPL SYSTEMS
3.0 Units
Intro to computer applications for business and home use.
Includes hardware and common software applications such
as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access, plus an understanding of an Internet Browser for the World Wide Web, HTML,
Email, Web Pages and or a programming language. Includes
use of personal computer, and familiarization with its capabilities in a Windows environment.
D 20293 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1611 DERMODY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 1611
OP
CAS 50-001 requires one hour lab each week. The lab portion
for this course will be online. Instructor will provide the information for the lab the first day of class.
D 20294 Lec Tue 10:30 12:50 1611 LANDEROS 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab Th 10:30 11:20 1611
OP
Lec Th 11:30 12:20 1611
OP
E 22926 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 1611 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP O71
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk
OP
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
CAS 50-O71 is a hybrid course conducted both on-campus, and
one (1) hour lab over the Internet. For important additional
information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
CAS 72B ELEM COMP KEYBOARDING II
1.0 Units
Self-paced computer keyboard skill development for improving keyboarding accuracy and speed. Introduction to word
processing techniques will also be taught including introduction to basic word processing techniques. Strongly recommended: Computer Application Systems 72A.
D 20708 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72J is November 26,
2010.
O 20296 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA O TOOLE 08/18-10/07 OP EN1
O 20295 By Arr 12.0 Hrs/Wk TBA O TOOLE 10/25-12/10 OP EN2
CAS 50, sections EN1 & EN2 are online courses, with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
CAS 54A MICROSOFT EXCEL I
3.0 Units
Introduction to spreadsheet applications using Excel. Includes Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Level 1 Core
Certification preparation. Strongly recommended: Computer
Science 8, Computer Application Systems 50 or CAS 72E
D 20852 Lec TTh 8:30 9:20 1611 O TOOLE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab TTh 9:30 10:20 1611
OP
O 21808 By Arr 12.0 Hrs/Wk TBA O TOOLE 10/25-12/10 OP EN1
O 22927 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
CAS 54A, sections EN1 & ON1 are online course, with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
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• CAS50–IntrotoComputerApplication
Systems
• CAS54A–ExcelI•CAS88A–WordI
For more information see the
Online & Hybrid Learning Program
Information page visit
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
CAS 58 INTRO TO MICROSOFT ACCESS
3.0 Units
Introduction to database use and concepts using Microsoft
Access software. For majors requiring an overview of data
storage, data retrieval, and data maintenance using a WINDOWS based relational database. Strongly recommended:
Computer Application Systems 50 or CAS 72G.
D 20576 Lec Mon 1:00 2:50 1611 DERMODY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Wed 1:00 2:50 1611
OP
Computer Application Systems (CAS) 72A-001 through 72N001 are courses offered in a self paced, hands-on computer
laboratory. A maximum of 54 hours of hands-on practice can
be completed for course credit. Classes meet in Room 1615.
Lab hours: Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Registration in more than one of these courses is permitted. The
last day of registration in the self-paced lab for Fall 2010 term
is November 26, 2010.
CAS 72A ELEM COMP KEYBOARDING I
1.0 Units
Self-paced basic introduction to the computer keyboard for
developing correct keyboarding skills.
D 20707 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72A is November 26,
2010.
O 21810 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA BRICHACEK 08/18-10/16 P/N EN1
CAS 72A-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
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Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72B is November 26,
2010.
O 22294 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA BRICHACEK 10/18-12/10 P/N EN1
CAS 72B-EN1 is a late start, short semester online course, with
no required on-campus meetings. For important additional
information see the Online Course Information page, and visit
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
CAS 72C COMP KEYBOARDING III
1.0 Units
Self-paced computer keyboard review for improving
keyboarding accuracy and speed. Strongly recommended:
Computer Application Systems 72A or Computer Application
Systems 72B.
D 20709 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to Last
day for registration for CAS 72C is November 26, 2010.
O 21811 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA BRICHACEK 10/18-12/10 P/N EN1
CAS 72C-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
CAS 72D INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD
1.0 Units
Self-paced introduction to word processing using Microsoft
Word. Strongly recommended: Computer Applications Systems
72A or Computer Application Systems 72B.
D 20710 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72D is November 26,
2010.
CAS 72E INTRO TO MICROSOFT EXCEL
1.0 Units
Self-paced introduction to spreadsheets using Microsoft
Excel. Strongly recommended: Computer Application Systems
72A or Computer Application Systems 72B.
D 20711 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72E is November 26,
2010.
O 21814 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk TBA BRICHACEK 08/18-12/09 P/N EN1
CAS 72J-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
Learn new computer skills
and earn a Certificate in
Office Technology in only
one semester!
Enrollinthefollowingcoursesthissemester,
plusaselectedoneunitself-pacedcourse
fromtheCAS72series,andearna10
unitCertificateofCompletioninOffice
Technology.
• CAS50–IntroductiontoComputer
ApplicationSystems–3units
• CAS88A–MicrosoftWordI–3units
• CAS54A–MicrosoftExcelI–3units
• CAS72–Adda1-unitclassfromthe72
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Need More Information? Contact: Judy O’Toole
Email: [email protected]
CAS 72K BUS ENGLISH SKILLS I
1.0 Units
Self-paced Business English course focusing on English
fundamentals as applied to business documents.
O 22536 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA BRICHACEK 08/18-10/16 P/N EN1
CAS 72K-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
CAS 72M INTRO TO COMPUTING
1.0 Units
Intro to computing concepts through the use of videos,
animations and hands-on activities.
D 20715 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72M is November 26,
2010.
CAS 72F INTRO TO MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
1.0 Units
Self-paced introduction to presentations using Microsoft
PowerPoint. Strongly recommended: Computer Application
Systems 72A or Computer Application Systems 72B.
D 20712 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
CAS 72N INTRO TO THE INTERNET
1.0 Units
Basic introduction to learning the Internet through the use of
videos, animations, and hands-on activities.
D 21199 Lab By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
CAS 72G INTRO TO MICROSOFT ACCESS
1.0 Units
Self-paced introduction to data bases using Microsoft Access.
Strongly recommended: Computer Application Systems 72A
or Computer Application Systems 72B.
D 20713 By Arr 3.6 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-12/09 P/N E01
CAS 88A MICROSOFT WORD I
3.0 Units
Basic word processing techniques using Microsoft Word to
produce business letters, memos, reports, tables and other
documents. Includes Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS)
Level I Core Certification preparation. Strongly recommended: Computer Application Systems 72A, and Computer
Application Systems 72B. (Combined credit for Computer Application systems 55, 61, and 88A may not exceed 12 units.)
D 21012 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1611 DERMODY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab TTh 2:00 2:50 1611
OP
O 21809 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA O TOOLE 08/18-10/08 OP EN1
O 22928 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72F is November 26,
2010.
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72G is November 26,
2010.
CAS 72J TEN-KEY
1.0 Units
Self-paced ten-key course using the computer numeric
keypad.
D 20714 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 DERMODY 08/18-10/16 P/N E01
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
Self-paced lab hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am to
2pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72N is November 26,
2010.
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
CAS 88A, sections EN1 & ON1 are online courses, with no
required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
implement, configure, and troubleshoot an enterprise LAN
network utilizing VLANs, access control lists, WAN links and
advanced routing protocols. Prerequisite: CAS 92B.
E 22339 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 08/18-10/13 OP EN1
Lab MW 6:00 7:55 1602
OP
E 22340 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 10/18-12/13 OP EN2
Lab MW 6:00 7:55 1602
OP
COMPUTER SCIENCE
CAS 92A NETWORKING/HOME & SMALL BUSINESS 3.0 Units
First of four courses in the Cisco Networking Academy CCNA
Discovery program, providing career-oriented, IT-skills instruction. CCNA Discovery prepares the student for the Cisco
Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) and Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exams. Students will plan,
install, verify and troubleshoot a personal computer and
home/small business network, configure Internet applications
and services, and recognize and mitigate security threats.
D 21912 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 08/18-10/13 OP EN1
Lab MW 6:00 7:55 1602
OP
D 21913 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 10/18-12/13 OP EN2
Lab MW 6:00 7:55
1602
OP
CAS 92A, sections EN1 & EN2 are partially taught online. For
important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
Chabot College Cisco Networking
Academy Presents
Cisco CCNA Discovery
Curriculum
TheCiscoCCNADiscoverycurriculum
totalsfour8-weekclasses.
Learnhowtosetupyourhomeorsmall
businessnetworkbysigningupforCAS92A
–NetworkingforHome&SmallBusiness.No
prerequisites!
Need More Information?
Contact Wayne Phillips at
[email protected] or visit
http://online.chabotcollege.edu/netacad.
CAS 92B NETWORK SM TO MED BUS OR ISP
3.0 Units
Second of four courses in the Cisco Networking Academy
CCNA Discovery program, providing career-oriented, IT-skills
instruction. CCNA Discovery prepares the student for the
Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) and Cisco
Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exams. Students will
install, configure, and troubleshoot Cisco IOS devices, plan a
wired network infrastructure, implement basic WAN connectivity, demonstrate proper disaster recovery procedures,
perform server backups, monitor network performance,
isolate failures, and troubleshoot problems using logical application of the OSI model and the process of encapsulation.
Prerequisite: CAS 92A.
D 21914 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 08/18-10/13 OP EN1
Lab MW 6:00 7:55 1602
OP
E 22338 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 10/18-12/13 OP EN2
Lab MW 6:00 7:55 1602
OP
CAS 92B, sections EN1 & EN2 are partially taught online. For
important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
CAS 92C ROUTING & SWITCH IN ENTERPRISE
3.0 Units
Third of four courses in the Cisco Networking Academy
CCNA Discovery program, providing career-oriented, IT-skills
instruction. CCNA Discovery prepares the student for the
Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) and Cisco
Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exams. Students will
CAS 92C, sections EN1 & EN2 are partially taught online. For
important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
CAS 92D DESIGNING & SUPP COMP NETWORKS
3.0 Units
Fourth of four courses in the Cisco Networking Academy
CCNA Discovery program, providing career-oriented, IT-skills
instruction. CCNA Discovery prepares the student for the
Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician (CCENT) and Cisco
Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exams. Students will
implement, configure, and troubleshoot an enterprise LAN
network utilizing VLANs, access control lists, WAN links and
advanced routing protocols. Prerequisite: CAS 92C.
E 22345 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 08/18-10/13 OP EN1
Lab MW 6:00 7:55 1602
OP
E 22346 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 10/18-12/13 OP EN2
Lab MW 6:00 7:55
1602
OP
CAS 92D, sections EN1 & EN2 are partially taught online. For
important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
CAS 99V INTRODUCTION TO VISTA
1.0 Units
Self-paced Microsoft Vista course focusing on the fundamentals of the Vista operating system; using and customizing
the Vista Desktop; and managing files and folders. Previous
computer experience is highly desirable.
O 22538 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA BRICHACEK 10/18-12/10 P/N EN1
CAS 99V, sections EN1 & ON1 are online courses, with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
CAS 100 ADAPTED COMPUTER KEYBOARDING
3.0 Units
Adapted basic computer keyboarding skills designed for
students with disabilities.
D 21158 Lec MW 2:30 3:20 1615 GOLDE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab MW 3:30 4:45 1615
P/N
CAS 101 ADAPTED WORD PROCESSING
3.0 Units
Adapted word processing techniques using Microsoft Word
designed for students with disabilities.
D 21159 Lec TTh 2:30 3:20 1615 GOLDE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab TTh 3:30 4:45 1615
P/N
CAS 102 INTRO TO ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY
1.0 Units
Instruction in the use of Assistive Technology including
screen reading, speech recognition, screen enlargement and
scan and read software programs. Designed for students
with disabilities.
D 21160 Lab Mon 2:40 5:10
2407 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab MTWTh 8:00 8:50 2407
P/N
Lab Th 12:00 1:40
2407
P/N
CAS 103 ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY LAB
1.0 Units
While using the computer lab at the DSRC, students with
disabilities are provided with computer support for their
academic assignments and research.
D 21161 Lab TTh 3:30 4:45 2407 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
CSCI 7 INTRO COMP PROGRAM CONCEPTS
3.0 Units
Introduction to computer programming for non-science
majors and for students requiring additional preparation
before taking Computer Science 10 or Computer Science 14.
Hardware, system software basics, the history of computing, basic computer operations, number systems, design of
algorithms and programming constructs such as variables,
expressions, input/output, decision-making, loops, functions
and parameters.
D 21203 Lec T F 10:30 11:45 1814 MEHL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Th 10:30 11:20 3906A
OP
E 21202 Lec Mon 6:30 8:25 3902 TRAUGOTT 09/06-12/10 OP EN1
By Arr 1.5 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
Lab By Arr 1.3 Hrs/WkTBA
OP
CSCI 7-EN1 is a hybrid course conducted on campus and over
the Internet. Students must have an email account and Internet
access before the first day of class. The first class meeting will
be September 6, 2010. To begin, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online As soon as you register, notify the instructor by
e-mailing [email protected] and visit the instructor’s
web site at http://online.chabotcollege.edu/jtraugott For questions call (510) 723-7138.
CSCI 8 COMPUTER LITERACY
3.0 Units
Intro to computers including: Microsoft Windows, Microsoft
Office, multimedia, using browsers and World Wide Web, types
of computer software in use including programming languages, electronic mail, computer-based careers and trends,
and other computing issues. No prior computer experience
necessary. Recommended for students of any major who
want to learn about computers and how to use them. Handson laboratory experience. Strongly recommended: eligibility
for Mathematics 65, 65A, or 65L. (May not receive credit if
Computer Application Systems 8 has been completed.)
D 20718 Lec MW 8:30 9:20 3902 CHUN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab MW 9:30 10:20 3906A
OP
D 20651 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1814 TRAUGOTT 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab TTh 1:55 2:45 3906A
OP
O 21243 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA TRAUGOTT 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
CSCI 8-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
CSCI 10 INTRO/PROGR/VISUAL BASIC
4.0 Units
Introduction to computer programming using Microsoft’s
programming language Visual BASIC.NET for Windows. The
course includes programming algorithm development, Visual
Studio.NET’s IDE, the language’s basic syntax and grammar,
object event procedures, input/output, looping techniques,
decision logic, variable data types, functions and subroutines
and text file and database manipulation. Intended for a
general audience with little or no prior formal programming
experience. Strongly recommended: Computer Science 7 or
Computer Science 8 or Computer Application Systems 8.
D 20082 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 3906A CHUN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab MW 1:30 2:45 3902
OP
CSCI 14 INTRO/STRUCTURED PROGR IN C++
4.0 Units
Intro to structured programming and problem solving using
the C++ language. Problem solving techniques, algorithm
design, testing and debugging techniques, and documentation standards. C++ syntax: elementary operators, data
types, control structures, user-defined and library functions,
basic input/output, sequential files, arrays and structs.
Appropriate for students with little or no programming
experience, but comfortable using computers with modern
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
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GUI operating systems. Strongly recommended: Computer
Science 7 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 20471 Lec MW 3:00 4:15 3902 MEHL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab MW 4:20 5:35 3906A
OP
D 20474 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 3902 CHUN 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab TTh 1:00 2:15 3906A
OP
CSCI 14 ON1 is a hybrid course conducted on campus and over
the Internet. Students must have an email account and Internet
access before the first day of class. To begin, go to http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online As soon as you register, notify the instructor by e-mailing [email protected] and visit the
instructor’s web site at http://online.chabotcollege.edu/jtraugott.
For questions call (510) 723-7138.
CSCI 15 OBJECT-ORIENTED PROG C++
4.0 Units
Object-oriented programming methods employed to design,
program, test and document intermediate level problems
in the C++ language. Includes strings and string objects,
multidimensional arrays, pointers, dynamic allocation,
classes, overloaded functions and operators, inheritance and
polymorphism, introduction to linked lists. Designed to satisfy Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) guidelines for
CS I as required for Computer Science and related transfer
majors. Prerequisite: Computer Science 14 (completed with
a grade of “C” of higher). Strongly recommended: Mathematics 20 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 21674 Lec MW 3:00 4:15 1814 TRAUGOTT 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab MW 1:30 2:45 3906A
OP
CSCI 21 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING
4.0 Units
Basics of machine architecture, machine language, assembly
language, operating system, higher level language interface.
Data representation, instruction representation and execution, addressing techniques and use of macros. Space and
time efficiency issues. Input/output including use of system
interrupts. Interrupt processing and interrupt handlers.
Parameter passing and linkage to higher level languages.
Prerequisite: Computer Science 14 (completed with a grade
of “C” or higher). CAN CSCI 10
D 21911 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 3932 MEHL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab TTh 2:50 4:05 3906A
OP
CSCI 41 INTRO TO UNIX
2.0 Units
UNIX operating system capabilities, history, evolution and
major variants. Components of a UNIX system, common commands, directory and file management, UNIX editors, shells,
electronic mail and user communication, the C language
development environment, Internet resources. Strongly
recommended: Completion of, or concurrent enrollment in
Computer Science 14 or equivalent programming course in
the C or C++ programming languages (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher).
O 22681 By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA CHUN 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
HLTH 1-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
DARAJA PROJECT
See course listings and project description on page 67.
DENTAL HYGIENE
DHYG 50A DENTAL HYGIENE ORIENTATION I
0.5 Units
Orientation to the dental hygiene program to include information regarding scheduling, course requirements, financial aid
considerations, program policies and procedures as well as
core competencies. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the dental
hygiene program.
D 22625 Lec Mon 10:00 11:50 3115 GALLIANO 08/16-08/17 P/N E01
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Lec Mon 1:00 2:50 3115
Lec Tue 10:00 11:50 3115
Lec Tue 1:00 3:50 3115
P/N
P/N
P/N
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
and regional osteology. Co-requisite: concurrent enrollment
in Dental Hygiene 61.
D 22630 Lab Fri 9:00 12:00 2256 COAN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
DHYG 50B DENTAL HYGIENE ORIENTATION II
0.5 Units
Orientation for second year dental hygiene students focusing
on patient management and scheduling as well as policies
and procedures for treating periodontally involved patients.
Prerequisite: Dental Hygiene 71B.
D 22626 Lec MT 1:00 3:50 TBA SCOLES 08/16-08/17 P/N E01
Lec Mon 9:00 11:50 TBA
P/N
DHYG 69A ORAL HEALTH CARE EDUCATION
2.0 Units
Educational techniques and technical skills used to assist
individuals and groups in becoming integrally involved in
their dental/oral health care. Information and application of
information related to oral health care, oral health promotion
and disease prevention. Co-requisite: Current enrollment in
the Dental Hygiene Program.
D 20876 Lec Wed 12:00 1:50 2256 ORTEGA 08/18-12/21 GR 001
DHYG 52A PERIODONTICS
2.0 Units
Normal periodontium and the deviations from health, with
emphasis on the hygienist’s responsibility in examination,
data collection and recognition of disease. Dental Hygiene
therapy for periodontal disease prevention, active case management and maintenance programs. Contribution factors to
disease process and case management. Decision-making for
patient referral to the periodontal specialist. Prerequisite:
Dental Hygiene 51 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 20844 Lec Th 1:00 2:50 2202 CHEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
DHYG 71A PRE-CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE
4.0 Units
Laboratory and clinical experiences in patient assessment,
dental hygiene care planning, goal setting and implementation of instrumentation techniques for providing prevention
oriented dental care and non-surgical periodontal therapy.
Emphasis on post-treatment evaluation. Application of
theory to the treatment of clinical patients. Co-requisite:
Dental Hygiene 60, 69A and 71L.
D 20119 Lec TTh 8:00 8:50 2256 GALLIANO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Clin Tue 9:00 11:50 2204
GR
Clin Th 9:00 11:50 2204
GR
DHYG 54 PHARMACOLOGY
2.0 Units
Sources, dosages, therapeutic action, and side effects of
drugs used in dentistry and dental hygiene. Includes legal
and ethical aspects of drug usage. Co-requisite: Dental
Hygiene 57.
D 20116 Lec Th 11:00 12:50 2202 CHEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
DHYG 56A COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH I
1.0 Units
Individual and community oral health problems, relative
to personal, family, and public health needs. Co-requisite:
Dental Hygiene 80A. Strongly recommended: Speech 1, 10,
or 30.
D 20117 Lec Th 9:00 9:50 2258 CHEUNG 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Class meets every other Wednesday.
DHYG 57 EXPANDED FUNCTIONS FOR DENT HYGIEN 2.0 Units
Dental hygiene advanced clinical functions including clinical
practice in administration of local anesthetics, topical anesthetic agents, nitrous oxide/oxygen analgesia and soft tissue
curettage. Co-requisites: Dental Hygiene 54 and 81A.
D 20118 Lec Tue 1:00 1:50 2202 SCOLES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Clin Tue 2:00 4:50 2204
GR
DHYG 60S DENTAL ANATOMY AND MORPHOLOGY 0.5 Units
Supplement instruction on the development, eruption, and
structures of the intra-oral cavity and extra-oral structures:
structures of the teeth, tooth numbering systems, occlusion
and anomalies. Identification of teeth and oral structure.
Co-requisite: Dental Hygiene 60.
D 22629 Lab Wed 10:30 11:50 2202 CHEUNG 08/18-12/21 OP 001
DHYG 61 HEAD AND NECK ANATOMY
2.0 Units
Anatomy of the head, neck and oral cavity, structure and
function of the oral cavity and adjacent structures. Emphasis
on clinical recognition of normal structures, the anatomical
relationships between structures, their vascular supply and
the regional osteology. Co-requisite: Dental Hygiene 61L,
69A and Dental Hygiene 71A.
D 20494 Lec Fri 1:00 2:50 2202 SCOLES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
DHYG 61S HEAD AND NECK ANAT INDEP STUDY
1.0 Units
Supplement instruction on the embryology of the head, neck
and oral cavity, structure and function of the oral cavity and
adjacent structures. Emphasis on recognition of normal
structures, the anatomical relationships between structures
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
DHYG 71S PRE-CLIN DENTAL HYG IND STUDY
1.0 Units
Supplemental instruction in the use of dental hygiene instruments. Emphasis on instrumentation techniques including
the use of fulcrum options, modified pen grasp, direct and
indirect vision. Co-requisite Dental Hygiene 71A.
D 22631 Lab Th 1:00 2:50 2256 CARLSON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
DHYG 74A DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY I
3.0 Units
Introduction to principles of radiography, x-radiation protection, operation of x-ray equipment, infection control procedures and hazardous waste maintenance. Practice in film
exposure, processing, mounting and interpretation. Prerequisite: current enrollment in the Dental Hygiene program.
D 20122 Lec Mon 1:30 3:20 2202 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Mon 9:00 11:50 2216
GR
D 20123 Lec Mon 1:30 3:20 2202 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab Mon 3:30 6:20 2216
GR
D 20124 Lec Mon 1:30 3:20 2202 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lab Tue 3:30 6:20 2216
GR
D 22537 Lec Mon 1:30 3:20 2202 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR 004
Lab Wed 2:00 4:50 2216
GR
DHYG 80A PATIENT MANAGEMENT
1.0 Units
Dental Hygiene therapy with emphasis on the child patient
and periodontal patients, education in prevention and control
of dental disease, and case documentation. Prerequisite:
Dental Hygiene 71B. Co-requisite: Dental Hygiene 56A and
Dental Hygiene 81A.
D 20125 Lec Tue 9:00 9:50 3934 CHEUNG 08/18-12/21 GR 001
DHYG 81A CLINICAL PRACTICE I/DHYG
4.0 Units
Continuation of clinical experience in performing dental
hygiene therapy with emphasis on the young child and periodontal patient; patient education in prevention and control
of denta disease, emergency procedures. Prerequisite:
Dental Hygiene 69B and Dental Hygiene 71B (both completed
with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Dental Hygiene
56A, 57, 80A and 83.
D 20126 Clin Wed 9:00 11:50 2204 SCOLES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Clin Wed 1:00 3:50 2204
GR
Clin Fri 9:00 11:50 2204
GR
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Clin Fri
1:00 3:50 2204
GR
DHYG 82A CLINICAL EXPER SEMINAR I/DHYG
1.0 Units
Discussion and analysis of case-based clinical situations.
Case studies addressing client care, protocol and advanced
clinical techniques. Co-requisite: Dental Hygiene 80A.
D 20877 Lec Tue 11:00 11:50 2202 SCOLES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
DHYG 9917 EXTENDED CLINICAL EXPERIENCES
0.5 Units
Clinical dental hygiene practice and screening for the California State Board Examination. Designed for Chabot College
Dental Hygiene Program graduates who are not yet licensed
in the State of California. The course includes practice and
screening of patients.
D 22152 Clin By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA SCOLES 08/18-11/10 P/N E01
DIGITAL MEDIA
DIGM 31A PHOTOSHOP I
1.5 Units
Introduction to the use of Photoshop software for creating
and editing digital mages. Topics include retouching and
restoration of photographs, color management, digital painting, and preparing images for printing.
D 21736 Lec TTh 10:00 10:50 908 SCHAEFFER 08/23-10/15 OP E01
Lab TTh 11:00 11:50 908
OP
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
D 21737 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 908 SCHAEFFER 10/18-12/10 OP E02
Lab MW 1:00 1:50 908
OP
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
DIGM 31B PHOTOSHOP II
1.5 Units
Continuation of the content and skills introduced in Digital
Media 31A (Photoshop I). Topics include filters, advanced
layer effects, preparing images for commercial printing, and
preparing images for use on web pages. Prerequisite: Digital
Media 31A (completed with a grade of C or higher).
D 21738 Lec TTh 10:00 10:50 908 SCHAEFFER 10/18-12/10 OP E01
Lab TTh 11:00 11:50 908
OP
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
DIGM 32A ILLUSTRATOR I
1.5 Units
Introduction to the use of Adobe Illustrator software for digital illustration. Emphasis on the use of vector-based tools for
artistic and technical drawing. Enhancement of illustrations
through the addition of text, gradients, patterns, transparency, and effects.
D 21931 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 908 SCHAEFFER 10/18-12/10 OP E01
Lab TTh 2:00 2:50 908
OP
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
E 21735 Lec Tue 7:30 8:20 908 SCHAEFFER 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab Tue 8:30 9:20 908
OP
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
DIGM 35A DREAMWEAVER I
1.5 Units
Introduction to the basic skills required for designing and
producing Web pages and multi-page Web sites, providing a
foundation for eventual creation of interactive, multimedia
Web sites. Hand-coding HTML, and Cascading Style Sheets;
using Dreamweaver software as a site design and management tool.
D 21249 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 908 SCHAEFFER 08/23-10/15 OP E01
Lab MW 1:00 2:50 908
OP
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
DIGM 36A FINAL CUT I
1.5 Units
Introduction to video editing using Apple’s Final Cut Pro software (or its simpler counterpart, Final Cut Express). Capturing digital video; combining video clips by means of cuts and
transitions; adding titles and audio; outputting the finished
product to disk. Each student must possess a Firewire hard
drive of at least 100 GB.
E 22724 Lec Th 6:30 7:20 908 POUNDS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab Th 7:30 9:20 908
OP
D 20167 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 3521 KELLEY 08/18-12/21 GR 002
E 22174 Lec Th 6:30 9:20 506 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 071
O 22175 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA OZDEMIR 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
DIGM 38 FLASH ANIMATION
3.0 Units
Introduction to Adobe Flash, an authoring application for
creating animation and user interfaces, with emphasis on
combining character animation, dialogue, and music into
short animated cartoons suitable for broadcast or webcast.
D 22121 Lec MW 3:00 3:50 908 SCHAEFFER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab MW 4:00 4:50 908
OP
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
DIGM 40 INDIV PROJECTS/DIGITAL MEDIA
1.0 Units
Individual projects in digital media at the intermediate to
advanced level. Development of knowledge and skills acquired
in previous or current work with emphasis on current projects
involving animation, interactive scripting, illustration, photo
manipulation, video editing, website development, or some
combination of these.
D 22126 Lab By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 908 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 001
DISTANCE EDUCATION
ECD 51-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meeting. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
S 22633 Lec Sat 12:00 2:50 506 CALOCA 08/18-12/21 GR 082
ECD 51-082 will be taught in Spanish. For more information
and to register for this class, contact Ana Del Aguila 510-7237284 or [email protected]
Esta clase será dictada en español. Para mas Información y
registrarse en esta clase llame a Ana Del Águila 510-723-7284
o adelaguila @chabotcollege.edu
CLASES DE ESPAÑOL
¿Quiere ser maestro de
Educación Inicial?
ChabotCollegeofrececlasesdeEducación
Inicialenespañol.Inscríbasea:
• ECD50Introducciónalaeducación
tempranadelosniños
• ECD51Desarrolloprenatalhastalaniñez
• ECD62Elniño,lafamiliaylacomunidad
• ECD63CurrículoparalaedadTemprana
Para información y registrarse a estas clases
comuníquese con Ana Del Aguila 510.723.7284
[email protected]
See course listings on pages 70
EARLY CHILDHOOD
DEVELOPMENT
ECD 40 SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL FOUNDATIONS
3.0 Units
Focus on the healthy social and emotional development of
young children as the foundation for children’s early learning.
Students will become aware of the role of the teacher in
establishing an environment that promotes the healthy social
and emotional development of young children. Strongly
recommended: Early Childhood Development 51 and 62.
E 21917 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 502 KELLEY 08/18-12/21 GR 071
ECD 50 ECD PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
3.0 Units
Historical and contemporary systems of Early Childhood
group care, career opportunities, licensing requirements,
professional qualifications, differing orientations to early
childhood education, developmental stages of young children
as related to quality programs that have developmentally
appropriate and inclusive curriculum.
D 20164 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 3521 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20163 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 3521 KELLEY 08/18-12/21 OP 002
E 22477 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 506 OGMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 071
O 21274 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RODRIGGS 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
ECD 50-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
ECD 51 PRENATAL TO EARLY CHILDHOOD
3.0 Units
Development of the child from prenatal life to early childhood: developmental characteristics, influences affecting
development in prenatal life and infancy; individual differences; physical, emotional, intellectual and social development.
Emphasis on scientific method, research strategies, historical
overview, social and cultural context, methods of observing
children, and theories.
D 20166 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 3521 MCKEITHAN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
ECD 54 CHILD HEALTH/SAFETY/NUTRITION
3.0 Units
Aspects of nutrition, health and safety that promote and
maintain the health and wellbeing of all children and adults
who work with young children. Topics include health and
nutritional guidelines, maintaining safe and healthy learning
environments, state regulations, policies and procedures,
common childhood illnesses, infectious diseases, schoolfamily collaboration and emergency preparedness, first aid
and injury prevention.
S 22368 Lec Sat 9:00 11:50 551 FONTENO 08/18-12/21 OP 082
ECD 60 YOUNG CHILD/EXCEPTIONAL NEEDS
3.0 Units
Introduction to educational philosophies for educating infants
and children with exceptional needs. Typical and atypical
developmental characteristics and abilities in infants and preschoolers. Assessments, interventions, and learning environments for the infant and preschooler with exceptional needs.
Prerequisite: Early Childhood Development 51 (completed
with a grade of “C” or higher).
E 21683 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 557 LONG 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ECD 61 LITERATURE FOR THE YOUNG CHILD
3.0 Units
An introduction to young children’s literature, the development of speech and language and the exploration of
teaching techniques which promote language, literacy and
literature for the young child. Selection, evaluation and use
of fiction, non-fiction, prose and poetry from existing written
and/or recorded children’s literature in the early childhood
classroom. Approaches to reading books, storytelling, story
writing, and use of puppets, flannel boards and props to
facilitate children’s language and appreciation of literature.
S 21916 Lec Sat 9:00 11:50 552 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 082
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
ECD 62 CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY
3.0 Units
Patterns of family living in contemporary society, including
the varying roles and interactions of family members; demographic, socio-cultural, racial, economic and developmental
factors affecting family life and their implications; relationship
of the family to early care and education and to community
resources.
D 20639 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 507 OGMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
E 20169 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 3521 SHERRY 08/18-12/21 GR 071
S 20168 Lec Sat 9:00 11:50 506 CALOCA 08/18-12/21 GR 082
Early Childhood Development 51 (completed with a grade of
C or higher).
D 22635 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 557 KELLEY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
additional information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/
online
ECD 62-082 will be taught in Spanish. For more information
and to register for this class, contact Ana Del Aguila 510-7237284 or [email protected] Esta clase será dictada
en español. Para mas información y registrarse en esta clase
llame a Ana Del Aguila 510-723-7284 o [email protected]
S 22634 Lec Sat 12:00 2:50 551 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 083
ECD 63 EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM
4.0 Units
Professional application of the principles of human growth
and development in: the study of play based inclusive curriculum, the physical environment and learning experiences
including program content, the use of materials, the facilitation and guidance of all children’s experiences based on
developmentally appropriate principles, the methods used to
meet all children’s physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and
creative needs within cultural context. Prerequisite: Early
Childhood Development 50 and Early Childhood Development
51 (both completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 20509 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 3521 SHERRY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Mon 9:00 11:50 TBA
GR
Students must bring current verification of TB clearance to first
class meeting. At the first class meeting, students will schedule 3
lab hours between 9:00 am - 12:00 pm on Monday or Wednesday.
ECD 83 ADULT SUPERVISION
2.0 Units
Methods and principles of mentoring and supervising adults
in Early Care and Education settings. Emphasis on the role
of experienced classroom teachers who function as mentors
to new teachers while simultaneously addressing the needs
of children, families and other staff. Prerequisite: Early
Childhood Development 62 and 63 (completed with a grade
of “C” or higher).
E 20772 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 556 OGMAN 08/16-11/08 OP E71
ECD 89 ISSUES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 3.0 Units
Series of workshops offered on a variety of topics, which are
current and relevant to early childhood professionals.
S 21919 Lec Sat 8:30 12:45 3521 KELLEY 09/11-10/16 GR E82
Lec Sat 1:15 5:30 3521
GR
Topic: Language Development.
ECD 90 PRACTICUM/SUPERVISE EXPERIENCE
4.0 Units
Direct practicum working with young children. Observation
and evaluation of individual children, group activities, and
roles of adults in the program. Planning appropriate learning
experiences, developing educational plans, planning family
conferences, and discussion of on site experiences. Prerequisite: Early Childhood Development 63 (completed with a
grade of C or higher).
D 20170 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 3521 SHERRY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 6.0 Hrs/Wk 3521
GR
Students must bring current verification of TB clearance to first
class meeting. At first class meeting students will schedule 6 lab
hours between 8:00 am-1:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursday.
E 20861 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 3521 OZDEMIR 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Th 6:30 9:20 3521
GR
E 20863 Lab MW 6:00 8:50 1607 OZDEMIR 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
ECD 65 ADMINISTRATION
3.0 Unit
An overview of administrative principles and practices of
Early Care and Education facilities; program planning, organizational structures, financial management, personnel policies,
records; nutrition and food purchasing; relationships with
families, community, and regulatory agencies; requirements
of State and Federal programs; legal and ethical aspects.
Prerequisite: Early Childhood Development 62 and 63 (both
completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
E 20653 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 3521 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 071
E 22492 Lec Th 6:30 8:20 552 OGMAN
Lab MW 6:00 8:50 559
Students must bring current verification of TB clearance to first
class meeting.
ECD 67 INFANT/TODDLER DEVELOPMENT
3.0 Units
Analysis of infant and toddler development and care, birth
through 36 months. Study of current caregiving practices in
infant/toddler centers and family day care homes. Examination of best practices, responsive caregiving techniques, environments, infant toddler learning foundations, health, safety,
and licensing requirements. Prerequisite: Early Childhood
Development 51 (completed with a grade of C or higher).
E 20862 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 556 KELLEY 08/18-12/21 GR 071
ECD 69 CHILD STDY THROUGH OBSERVATION
3.0 Units
Current approaches for observing recording the behavior of
infants and young children using various scientific techniques.
Effective observations that build on respecting and fostering
all children’s competence, striving for objectivity and individualizing programs to meet individual children’s learning and
developmental assessment. Direct observational experience
and application of methods is required weekly. Prerequisite:
ECD 90-071 is a hybrid course. Lab hours as schedule MW,
and lecture hours online. Students must bring current (within
past 2 years) verification of TB clearance to first lab meeting.
08/18-12/21 GR 072
GR
Daytime lab hours will be arranged with Early Childhood
Teacher Mentors. You may contact instructor [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu for a list of approved mentors.
ECD 95 WORK EXPERIENCE
1.0 Units
College supervised on-the-job training in early childhood
programs. Cooperative effort between student, supervisor
and instructor to accomplish professional work objectives
and broaden experiences. Co-requisite: Early Childhood
Development 96.
O 20570 By Arr 15.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RODRIGGS 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
ECD 95-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online Students must schedule lab hours
at the Children’s Center or with a Mentor Teacher if not currently employed in a childcare setting. TB clearance required for
lab hours at the Children’s Center.
ECD 96 WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR
1.0 Units
Discussion and analysis of problems often encountered by
employees at the workplace. Application of National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Code of
Ethical Conduct to difficult situations that occur at the job site.
Develop and complete measurable developmentally appropriate goals in early care and education settings. Co-requisite:
Early Childhood Development 95.
O 20571 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RODRIGGS 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
ECD 96-ON1 is an online course with one required on-campus
meeting on Dec 16; 6:30-9:30 pm, room 1602. For important
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ECONOMICS
ECON 1 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
3.0 Units
Economic analysis of market systems, price theory, including
supply and demand analysis, marginal utility, elasticity, cost
and revenue concepts, perfect and imperfect competition,
international trade theory, pricing of the factors of production, poverty and income inequalities. Strongly recommended: English 1A eligibility. Prerequisite: Mathematics 54,
55, 55B, 55L (completed with a grade of C or higher) or an
appropriate skill level demonstrated through the mathematics
assessment process.
D 20173 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 552 WILLIAMS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20864 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 552 WILLIAMS 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 21920 Lec TTh 7:30 8:45 502 WILLIAMS 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 20208 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 502 WILLIAMS 08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 22103 Lec MW 11:00 12:30 *225 SHAHBAZE 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
ECON 1, Section SL1 is an off-campus course that meets at
Chabot College- SAN LEANDRO CENTER, located at 1448
Williams Street, San Leandro. For directions and further information see http://www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite
E 20178 Lec Wed 7:00 9:50 552 WILLIAMS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
S 20179 Lec Sat 8:30 12:00 856 ROGHANI 08/28-12/11 OP E82
ECON 2 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
3.0 Units
Economic analysis of the theory of income determination,
including national income analysis, business cycles, the consumption function, the multiplier, fiscal policy, monetary policy,
money and banking, the public debt, economic growth and
development, comparative economic systems and international trade. Strongly recommended: English 1A. Prerequisite: Mathematics 54, 55, 55B, 55L (completed with a grade
of C or higher) or an appropriate skill level demonstrated
through the mathematics assessment process.
D 22125 Lec TTh 2:30 3:45 555 FLORES 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21276 Lec Fri 1:00 3:50 502 ROGHANI 08/18-12/21 OP 002
E 21013 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 559 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
TECHNOLOGY
ESYS 50 INTRO-ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TECH
2.0 Units
Introduction to electronic systems and circuits. Overview of
career opportunities and job duties with electronic systems
technology. Direct current and alternating current circuits
including Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s laws. Measurement and
characterization of electronic systems at the block diagram
level. Laboratory practice includes the proper use of standard test instruments.
E 22348 Lab Tue 6:00 10:15 1602 PHILLIPS 08/24-10/12 GR EN1
By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
ESYS 50-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 22349 Lab Tue 6:00 10:15 1602 PHILLIPS 10/19-12/07 GR EN2
By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
ESYS 50-EN2 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ESYS 51 FABRICATION TECHNIQUES
2.0 Units
Prototype development includes sheet metal, printed circuit
board layout and fabrication, connection and soldering
techniques, use of hand tools, and machines in electronic
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
fabrication. Use of computer software tools as applied to
electronic fabrication.
E 22350 Lab Th 6:00 10:15 1616 PHILLIPS 08/19-10/07 GR EN1
By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
ESYS 53-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
protocols (TCP/IP), topologies, and cabling. Overview of LAN
administration, setup, and installation.
E 22355 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA CASINI 10/13-12/08 GR EN1
Lab Wed 6:00 9:55
1616
GR
ESYS 51-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
Where are electronic systems
used? Everywhere!
Who uses electronic systems?
Everyone!
How can I learn about
electronic systems technology?
Sign up for one (or more) of the NEW
courses in Electronic Systems Technology!
• ESYS 50 – Introduction to Electronic
Systems Technology:Learnbasic
electronictheory,measurementequipment
andtechniques,andtroubleshootingskills
forelectronicsystems
• ESYS 51 – Fabrication Techniques
for Electronic Systems Technology:
Learntosolderandusecommontoolsfor
electronicsystemsfabricationandrepair
• ESYS 53 – Personal Computer Systems:
Learnhowtobuild,troubleshoot,configure,
andupdateyourownPC,foryoutokeep
whenyoufinishthecourse!
Thesethreecoursesareeacheightweeks
long,withacombinationofonlinelecture
andeveningin-classlabactivity.Thereare
noprerequisites!(Basiccomputerskillsand
internetaccessareneededfortheonline
lecture.)
For more information, visit www.
ChabotCollege.edu/ESYS or email
Wayne Phillips at
[email protected]
ESYS 52 ESYS MEASUREMENT/TROUBLESHTG
2.0 Units
Measurement and characterization of electronic systems,
data collection, and reporting results in industry-accepted
formats. Comparing system and component performance
to published specifications and developing troubleshooting
techniques. Laboratory practice includes the proper use
of standard test instruments. Prerequisite: ESYS 50 or
equivalent.
E 22352 Lab Tue 6:00 10:15 1602 PHILLIPS 10/19-12/07 GR EN1
By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
ESYS 52-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ESYS 53 PERSONAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS
2.0 Units
Preparation for the CompTIA A+ Essentials certification
exam. Basic computer hardware and operating systems,
covering skills such as installation, building, upgrading,
repairing, configuring, troubleshooting, optimizing, diagnosing and preventive maintenance, with additional elements
of security and softskills. The Essentials Exam validates the
basic skills needed by any entry-level service technician
regardless of job environment.
E 22353 Lab Wed 6:00 9:50 1616 CASINI 08/18-10/16 GR EN1
By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
ESYS 56A ELECTRONIC POWER SYSTEMS I
2.0 Units
Switching power supply systems. Alternative energy systems.
Advanced power bus management and control systems.
Prerequisite: ESYS 52 or equivalent.
E 22710 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 08/19-10/07 GR EN1
Lab Th 6:00 9:55
1616
GR
ESYS 56A-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ESYS 56B ELECTRONIC POWER SYSTEMS II
2.0 Units
Power supply transformer, rectifier and filtering circuits. Measurement of line and load regulation, ripple, and efficiency in
linear and switching power supply systems. Linear regulation
techniques and troubleshooting. Prerequisite: ESYS 56A or
equivalent.
E 22712 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 10/14-12/09 GR EN1
Lab Th 6:00 9:55
1602
GR
ESYS 56B-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ESYS 57A PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS
2.0 Units
Programmable logic control systems; function, interrelationship, and troubleshooting of systems components PLC input/
output systems and requirements. Ladder logic programming using basic I/O instructions, logic instructions, timers,
counters, and comparison functions. Prerequisite: ESYS 50
and ESYS 55A or equivalent.
E 22713 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA CASINI 08/18-10/16 GR EN1
Lab Wed 6:00 9:50
1616
GR
ESYS 57A-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ESYS 57B PLC AND ROBOTIC SYS COMPONENTS
2.0 Units
Integration of sensors, indicators, controllers and final
control elements for Programmable Logic Control and robotic
systems. Control loop theory, PID, loop tuning, and control
loop troubleshooting Process control system design and tuning. Prerequisite: ESYS 57A.
E 22714 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA CASINI 10/13-12/08 GR EN1
Lab Wed 6:00 9:55
1616
GR
ESYS 57B-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ESYS 58 WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 2.0 Units
Introduction to wireless communications concepts and data
communications, including modulation techniques, antenna
and wave propagation. Digital data communication fundamentals and digital modulation techniques. Fiber optic and
laser technology. Prerequisite: ESYS 52 or equivalent.
E 22717 Lec By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA PHILLIPS 10/14-12/09 GR EN1
Lab Th 6:00 9:55
1602
GR
ESYS 58-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ESYS 59 COMMUNICATION NETWORK SYSTEMS 2.0 Units
Introduction to communications concepts, data communications, networking, and internetworking. Includes part, but
not all, of the objectives for the Network+ certification exam.
Review of major network components: hardware, software,
ESYS 59-EN1 is partially taught online. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and
visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ENGINEERING
Are you interested in
Math & Science?
Do you like to create,
design, invent, or
improve useful products?
Do you want to prepare for a career
and not just a job?
If so, you have great potential for
a future in engineering.
Comejoinusin:Introduction to
Engineering (ENGR 10)tolearnwhat
engineersdo,howtheydoit,howtobecome
anengineer,andwhattoexpectfromthis
importantandrewardingcareer.Theone
prerequisiteisaninterestin,orcuriosity
about,engineering.
For more information, go to the Chabot
College Engineering website at: ftp://www.
chabotcollege.edu/bmayer/index.htm.
ENGR 10 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
2.0 Units
Introduction to careers, activities, and topics related to the
field of engineering, including computer applications design
and problem solving. Strongly recommended: eligibility for
English 1A.
D 20300 Lec MW 11:00 11:50 1608 MAYER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
ENGR 22 ENGINEERING DESIGN GRAPHICS
3.0 Units
Introduction to the engineering-design process, and to
technical-graphic communications tools used by engineers.
Conceptual design of products. Development of spatial
reasoning skills. Orthographic and axonometric projectiondrawing techniques. Tolerance analysis for fabrication. Documentation of designs through engineering working-drawings.
Use of AutoCAD Computer-Assisted Drawing Software as
a design tool. Basic CAD 3-dimensional solid-modeling.
Strongly recommended: Mathematics 36 or 36Y or 37 or 38
and English 1A or 52A.
D 21244 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 905 SLUTZ BARAN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab MW 1:00 2:15 905
GR
ENGR 25 COMP METHODS ENGINEER/SCIENCE
3.0 Units
Methodology and techniques for solving engineering/science
problems using numerical-analysis computer-application
programs MATLAB and EXCEL. Technical computing and
visualization for mechanics, electrical circuits, biology, thermal
systems, fluid systems and other branches of science and
engineering. Prerequisite: Mathematics 1. Strongly recommended: Computer Application Systems 8 or Computer Science 8. May not receive credit if Mathematics 25 or Physics
25 has been completed.
D 21246 Lec TTh 4:00 4:50 905 MAYER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Lab Th 5:00 6:15 3906A
Lab Wed 5:00 6:15 905
GR
GR
ENGR 36 ENGINEERING MECHANICS -STATICS
3.0 Units
Force systems under equilibrium conditions; vector properties of forces, moments, couples and resultants; rigid
body structures; hydrostatics; shear and bending-moments
diagrams; friction; centroids; area/mass moments of inertia.
Graphical, algebraic and numerical (computer) solutions
of vector mechanics problems. Prerequisite: Physics 4A
and Engineering 25 (both completed with a grade of “C” or
higher). Strongly recommended: Mathematics 2 (concurrent
enrollment encouraged).
D 21245 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 1616 MAYER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab TTh 2:00 3:15 1616
GR
ENGLISH
ENGL 1A CRITICAL READING & COMPOSITION
3.0 Units
Integrated approach to reading, writing, and critical thinking intended to develop ability to read and write complex,
college-level prose. Examination of ideas in relation to
individual’s world view and contexts from which these ideas
arise. Some research required. Prerequisite: English 101B,
102, or appropriate skill level demonstrated through English
assessment process.
D 20251 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 510 KLEVENS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21696 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 857 CAIN
08/18-12/21 GR 002
D 22893 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 802 MATTHEWS 08/18-12/21 GR 003
D 21763 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 510 TENN
08/18-12/21 GR 004
D 20253 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 858 KLEVENS 08/18-12/21 GR 005
D 21762 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 853 CAIN
08/18-12/21 GR 006
D 21764 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 801 ZAPPA 08/18-12/21 GR 007
D 20254 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 857 WOODHAMS 08/18-12/21 GR 008
D 21790 Lec MW 2:30 3:45 861 SIMON 08/18-12/21 GR 009
D 20255 Lec TTh 7:30 8:45 802 MEIXNER 08/18-12/21 GR 011
D 20249 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 802 SILVER
08/18-12/21 GR 012
D 21695 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 558 WORTHINGTON 08/18-12/21 GR 013
D 21236 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 501 LUNDBERG 08/18-12/21 GR 014
D 20573 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 854 FOTH
08/18-12/21 GR 015
D 20252 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 852 BARRON 08/18-12/21 GR 016
D 20256 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 852 DRAGOO 08/18-12/21 GR 017
D 21697 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 501 PUCKETT 08/18-12/21 GR 018
D 20258 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 100A/B JOHNSTON 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
ENGL 1A-ON1 is an online course with required on-campus
meetings. Class meets on the mezzanine of the library (WRAC
Center room 100A) on two Wednesdays: August 18 and December 8, from 4:00-5:55 PM. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
D 20500 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 100A/B SHEN
08/18-12/21 GR ON2
ENGL 1A-ON2 is an online course with required on-campus
meetings. Class meets on the mezzanine of the library (WRAC
Center room 100A) on two Wednesdays: August 18 and December 8, from 6:00-7:55 PM. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
D 21301 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 505 SHEN
08/18-12/21 GR ON3
ENGL 1A-ON3 is an online course with required on-campus
meetings in Room 505 on two Thursdays: August 19 and
December 9, from 4:00-5:55 PM. For important additional
information see the Online Course Information page, and visit
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D 21923 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 507 SANSOME 08/18-12/21 GR ON4
ENGL 7 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE ACROSS
3.0 Units
Develops critical thinking, reading, and writing skills as they
apply to the textual analysis of primary and secondary
non-fiction and book-length works from a range of academic
and cultural contexts. Written, research-based argument.
Prerequisite: English 1A (completed with a grade of “C” or
higher).
D 21700 Lec MW 7:30 8:45 853 HAUCK 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 20280 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 854 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 002
D 21839 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 810 WOODHAMS 08/18-12/21 GR 003
D 21699 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 852 CAIN
08/18-12/21 GR 004
D 21701 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 858 CAIN
08/18-12/21 GR 005
D 20281 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 1607 WOODHAMS 08/18-12/21 GR 006
D 21233 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 507 SANSOME 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
ENGL 1A-ON4 is an online course with required on-campus
meetings in room 507 on two Fridays: August 20 and December
10, from 4:00-5:55 PM. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit
http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
D 21733 Lec Fri 6:00 9:05 853 MC QUADE 08/20-10/15 GR WC1
Lec Sat 9:00 12:05 853
GR
This is an Express class, taught on a compressed schedule.
Please note the late-start and early-finish dates above.
E 20260 Lec MW 4:30 5:45
E 20250 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20
E 21740 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20
E 20259 Lec Th 7:00 9:50
E 22688 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50
E 20335 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk
853 TENN
08/18-12/21 GR 071
510 TRANSUE 08/18-12/21 GR 072
855 HERNANDEZ 08/18-12/21 GR 074
501 TOLBERT 08/18-12/21 GR 075
552 WOODS 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
TBA ULIBARRI-SP 08/18-12/21 GR PN
ENGL 1A-0PN is a hybrid course with required on-campus
meetings: Monday, August 23 and Dec 13, 6-7:50 pm, room
1615. For important additional information, go to http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online
ENGL 4 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE LIT
3.0 Units
Develops critical thinking, reading, and writing skills as they
apply to the analysis of fiction (short stories and novel),
poetry and drama. Prerequisite: English 1A (completed with
a grade of C or higher).
D 21580 Lec MW 8:45 10:00 802 TENN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21219 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 853 FOTH 08/18-12/21 GR 002
D 20274 Lec Mon 12:00 2:50 510 PUCKETT 08/18-12/21 GR 003
D 20520 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 853 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 004
D 20278 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 855 SEGEDY 08/18-12/21 GR 005
D 20275 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 1608 TENN
08/18-12/21 GR ,006
D 21822 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1609 PLUNKETT 08/18-12/21 GR 007
D 20273 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 510 PLUNKETT 08/18-12/21 GR 008
D 20276 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 853 SEGEDY 08/18-12/21 GR 009
D 20277 Lec Fri 9:00 11:50 853 MC LEAN 08/18-12/21 GR 010
D 20435 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 100A/B PUCKETT 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
ENGL 4-ON1 is an online course with required on-campus meetings on the mezzanine of the library (WRAC Center) in Room
100A on two Thursdays: August 19 and December 9, from 6:007:55 PM. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
D 21924 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 505 CARTWRIGHT 08/18-12/21 GR ON2
ENGL 4-ON2 is an online course with required on-campus meetings in Room 505 on two Fridays: August 20, and December
10, from 4:00-5:55 PM. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 20279 Lec Wed
E 21789 Lec Tue
E 21698 Lec Fri
Lec Sat
6:30 9:20
7:00 9:50
6:00 9:05
9:00 12:05
510 JOHNSTON 08/18-12/21 GR 071
857 HIGGINS 08/18-12/21 GR 072
802 FLYNN
10/16-12/18 GR WC1
802
GR
ENGL, section WC1, is an Express class, taught on a compressed schedule. Please note the late-start and early-finish
dates above.
S 22369 Lec Sat 1:00 3:50 505 HOFFMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 0PN
Lec By Arr 2.5 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
ENGL 4-0PN is a hybrid course with required on-campus meetings: Aug 21; Sep 25; Oct 23; Nov 20; Dec 18; 1:00-3:50 pm,
room 505. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
ENGL 7-ON1 is an online course with required on-campus
meetings in Room 507 two Fridays: August 20 and December
10, from 6:00-7:55 PM. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
D 20845 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 100B MAZE
08/18-12/21 GR ON2
ENGL 7-ON2 is an online course with required on-campus
meetings on the mezzanine of the library in WRAC 100A two
Mondays: August 23 and December 6, from 6:00-7:55 PM. For
important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 20282 Lec MW 5:00 6:15 807 KUNKEL 08/18-12/21 GR 071
E 21005 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 555 WILSON 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
S 21235 Lec Sat 9:00 11:50 801 CHAN 08/18-12/21 GR 082
ENGL 9 COLLOQUIUM-ENGLISH
1.0 Units
Practical workshop training in the managing, editing, and
printing of a literary supplement and/or magazine. Workshop
enrollment constitutes the staff of the magazine.
D 20846 Tue 12:00 12:50 801 WOODHAMS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
ENGL 11 INTRO TO CREATIVE WRITING
3.0 Units
Elements of creative writing, including narrative, verse and
dialogue, using materials drawn from individuals’ own work
and selected texts. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for
English 1A.
E 20230 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 853 PUCKETT 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ENGL 12 CRAFT OF WRITING - FICTION
3.0 Units
Practice in writing fiction. Developing internal and external
sources for stories and novels. Analysis and criticism of
published writing and individual’s own work. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 20232 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 558 WOODHAMS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 22170 Lec Wed 7:00 9:50 853 PUCKETT 08/18-12/21 OP 071
ENGL 13 CRAFT OF WRITING - POETRY
3.0 Units
Practice in writing poetry, using materials drawn from
published poetry and individual’s own work for analysis and
criticism, with a focus on techniques of revision. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 20233 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 861 JOHNSTON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
ENGL 22 MEX AMER/LATINO LIT OF U.S.
3.0 Units
Introduction to literary works in fiction, poetry, drama and the
essay which are concerned with the Mexican American/Latino
cultural experience. Analysis of literature in the context of
literary-historical growth of Mexican American/Latino identity
in the United States in the 19th and 20th centuries. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 21194 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 455 MAGALLON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
ENGL 25 ASIAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE
3.0 Units
Introduction to literary works of fiction, poetry, drama and
the essay that reflect and explore the diversity of the AsianAmerican experience. Analysis of literature in the context of
the historical growth of Asian-American identities with a focus
on the 20th century. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for
English 1A.
D 22225 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 455 JOHNSTON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
ENGL 101A READING, REASONING & WRITING I
4.0 Units
Academic reading, critical thinking and writing expected in
transfer and associate-degree classes. First semester of a
two-semester sequence. Strongly recommended: Participation in the English placement process.
D 20847 Lec MW 8:00 9:15 852 WORTHINGTON 08/18-12/21 P/N 01
Lab MW 9:20 10:10 852
P/N
D 20215 Lec MW 10:20 11:35 3924 HAUCK
08/18-12/21 P/N 002
Lab MW 11:40 12:30 3924
P/N
D 20217 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 851 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N 003
Lab MW 11:50 12:40 851
P/N
D 21653 Lec MW 1:00 2:15 1607 KUNKEL 08/18-12/21 P/N 004
Lab MW 2:20 3:10 1607
P/N
D 20263 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 558 TRANSUE 08/18-12/21 P/N005
Lab MW 2:50 3:40 558
P/N
D 20264 Lec MW 3:00 4:15 802 LANGDON 08/18-12/21 P/N006
Lab MW 4:20 5:10 802
P/N
D 20262 Lec TTh 8:10 9:25 554 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N007
Lab TTh 9:30 10:20 554
P/N
D 20584 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 1608 LUNDBERG 08/18-12/21 P/N008
Lab TTh
2:20 3:10 1608
P/N
D 20586 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 856 WORTHINGTON 08/18-12/21 P/N 009
Lab TTh
2:20 3:10 856
P/N
D 20261 Lec TTh 2:20 3:35 852 LANGDON 08/18-12/21 P/N 010
Lab TTh
3:40 4:30 852
P/N
D 20228 Lec TTh
3:00 4:15 802 DRAGOO 08/18-12/21 P/N 011
Lab TTh 4:20 5:10 802
P/N
D 20216 Lec MW 1:30 3:00 801 Staff-Lang 08/25-12/13 P/N E01
Lab MW
3:05 4:10 801
P/N
D 20583 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15
Lab TTh 2:20 3:10
E 21220 Lec MW 6:30 7:45
Lab MW 7:50 8:40
E 21881 Lec TTh 6:30 7:45
Lab TTh 7:50 8:40
ENGL 32 U.S. WOMEN’S LITERATURE
3.0 Units
Expression of U.S. women authors through readings in a variety of genres such as fiction, poetry, drama, and the essay.
Authors of varied racial and ethnic backgrounds are used
in an effort to understand the diversity of women’s voices,
especially in the 20th century. Strongly recommended:
Eligibility for English 1A.
D 21099 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 858 MC LEAN 08/18-12/21 OP WA1
This course is part of the Women’s Studies Program.
ENGL 45 STUDIES IN FICTION
3.0 Units
Form, development, and cultural insights of the novel and
short story. Exploration of particular themes or periods as
reflected in works of fiction. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A or 52A.
E 20674 Lec Th 6:30 10:00 854 WILSON 09/02-12/16 OP EP1
Read Great Books or Write Them!
Looking for a fun, stimulating elective
course this spring? The English
Department is offering the following
elective courses:
Literature Classes
• Eng45StudiesinFiction
• Eng4913IntrotoGayandLesbian
Literature
Creative Writing Classes
• Eng9ChabotReview
• Eng11IntrotoCreativeWriting
• Eng12CraftofFiction
• Eng13CraftofPoetry
Grammar Classes
• English107Grammar
ENGL 48 LITERATURE OF THE HOLOCAUST
3.0 Units
Explores the literature of the Holocaust through readings
in a variety of genres including the memoir, the diary, the
essay, as well as fiction and poetry. Historically and culturally
contextualizes the literature and examines the implications
of writing which attempts to represent the Nazi genocide
against the Jews. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for
English 1A.
D 21195 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 455 PLUNKETT 08/18-12/21 OP 001
ENGL 70 REPORT WRITING
3.0 Units
Preparation of reports in industrial and technical fields,
including explanations, instructions and other kinds of writings, based on the demands of the occupations. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A or 52A.
E 20234 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 558 HODSDON 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Section E01 is an express class taught on a compressed schedule. Please note
the late start and early finish date.
D 21866 Lec MW 12:30 2:00 TBA MATTHEWS 08/25-12/09 P/N SL1
Lab MW 2:05 3:10 TBA
P/N
ENGL 101A-SL1 is an off-campus course that meets in Room
104 of Chabot College-SAN LEANDRO CENTER, located at
1448 Williams Street in San Leandro. For directions and further
information see http://www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite. Note:
Class meets 8/24-12/09. The final exam will be held during the
last class meeting.
E 20585 Lec MW
Lab MW
E 22148 Lec TTh
Lab TTh
6:30 7:45
7:50 8:40
7:00 8:15
8:20 9:10
1820 LANGDON 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
1820
P/N
807 HERNANDEZ 08/18-12/21 P/N 072
807
P/N
ENGL 101B READING, REASONING, WRITING II
4.0 Units
Second semester study of academic reading, reasoning,
and writing skills. Preparation for academic reading, critical
thinking, and writing expected in transfer and associate- degree classes. Prerequisite: successful completion of English
101A.
D 20266 Lec MW 8:00 9:15 2254 SIMON 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab MW 9:20 10:10 2254
P/N
D 21305 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 858 SEGEDY 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
Lab MW 10:20 11:10 858
P/N
D 20582 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 1608 JOHNSON 08/18-12/21 P/N003
Lab MW 2:50 3:40 1608
P/N
D 21101 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 854 BARRON 08/18-12/21 P/N 004
Lab TTh 2:20 3:10 854
P/N
811 HIGGINS 08/18-12/21 P/N 005
811
P/N
811 TOLBERT 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
811
P/N
852 SULLIVAN 08/18-12/21 P/N 072
852
P/N
ENGL 102 READ/REASON/WRITE-ACCELERATED 4.0 Units
Preparation for academic reading, critical thinking, and
writing expected in transfer and associate- degree classes.
Strongly recommended: Participation in the English placement process.
D 22892 Lec MW 7:40 8:55 811 KOTTKA 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab MW 9:00 9:50 811
P/N
D 20665 Lec MW 8:10 9:25 861 ZAPPA
08/18-12/21 P/N 002
Lab MW 9:30 10:20 861
P/N
D 22816 Lec MW 9:40 10:55 807 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N 003
Lab MW 11:00 11:50 807
P/N
D 21708 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 3932 HERN
08/18-12/21 P/N 004
Lab MW 11:50 12:40 3932
P/N
D 21788 Lec MW 11:50 1:05 1814 MAGALLON 08/18-12/21 P/N 005
Lab MW 1:10 2:00 1814
P/N
D 22489 Lec MW 12:45 2:00 851 FOTH
08/18-12/21 P/N 006
Lab MW 2:05 2:55 851
P/N
D 20667 Lec MW 12:45 2:00 854 MC FARLAND 08/18-12/21 P/N 007
Lab MW 2:05 2:55 854
P/N
D 20628 Lec MW 3:00 4:15 852 MC FARLAND 08/18-12/21 P/N 008
Lab MW 4:20 5:10 852
P/N
D 22523 Lec MW 3:30 4:45 805 MAGALLON 08/18-12/21 P/N 009
Lab MW 4:50 5:40 805
P/N
D 20664 Lec TTh 8:00 9:15 501 GILL
08/18-12/21 P/N 010
Lab TTh 9:20 10:10 501
P/N
D 20662 Lec TTh 8:00 9:15 854 KLEVENS 08/18-12/21 P/N 011
Lab TTh 9:20 10:10 854
P/N
D 22488 Lec TTh 9:40 10:55 810 MC LEAN 08/18-12/21 P/N 012
Lab TTh 11:00 11:50 810
P/N
D 22813 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 859 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N 013
Lab TTh 2:20 3:10 859
P/N
D 20848 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 558
GILL 08/18-12/21 P/N 014
Lab TTh 1:55 3:10 558
P/N
D 20669 Lec TTh 3:00 4:15 858
JOHNSTON 08/18-12/21 P/N 015
Lab TTh 4:20 5:10 858
P/N
D 22525 Lec TTh 4:00 5:15 801
MC LEAN 08/18-12/21 P/N 016
Lab TTh 5:20 6:10 801
P/N
D 20666 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 854
DE WIT 08/18-12/21 P/N DAR
Lab MW 11:50 12:40 854
P/N
ENGL 102-DAR is part of DARAJA Project (see page 67).
D 20663 Lec MW
Lab MW
D 20661 Lec TTh
Lab TTh
9:00 10:15
10:20 11:10
9:00 10:15
10:20 11:10
2340 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N PU1
2340
P/N
2340 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N PU2
2340
P/N
ENGL 102, sections PU1 & PU2 are part of the PUENTE Project (see page 67).
E 21787 Lec MW 6:30 7:45 803
Lab MW 7:50 8:40 803
CHAN
08/18-12/21 P/N 071
P/N
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
E 21786 Lec MW
Lab MW
E 22490 Lec TTh
Lab TTh
E 20595 Lab Wed
Lec Sat
ENGL 117 LEARNING SKILLS - READING
4.0 Units
Preparation for reading success in college level English. Primarily for students with learning disabilities. Learning skills
in decoding using a multi-sensory approach, vocabulary and
reading comprehension. Strongly recommended: English
116.
D 20271 Lec MTWTh 9:00 9:50 2112 MUNGER 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ESL 110A REVIEW BASIC ENGLISH-ESL
6.0 Units
A comprehensive review of the structure of the simple English sentence, short writing assignments, and reading fiction
and non-fiction. Reinforces fluency in reading and writing.
D 20239 Lec MWF 8:30 10:20 1564 HINTZ 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 20240 Lec MWF 10:30 12:20 861 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
D 22171 Lec TTh 9:00 11:50 861 HINTZ 08/18-12/21 P/N 003
E 20241 Lec MW 6:30 9:20 801 WAHAMAKI 08/18-12/21 P/N071
E 20242 Lec TTh 6:30 9:20 3932 IKEDA 08/18-12/21 P/N 072
7:00 8:15 1612 WOODS 08/18-12/21 P/N 072
8:20 9:10 1612
P/N
7:00 8:15 1712 TREANOR 08/18-12/21 P/N 073
8:20 9:10 1712
P/N
6:30 9:20 553 HOFFMAN 08/18-12/21 P/N 0P1
9:00 12:50 553
P/N
Saturday meetings: Aug 21; Sep 11, 25; Oct 09, 23; Nov 6, 20;
Dec 4, 18.
E 21221 Lec MW 6:30 8:00 558 CARTWRIGHT 08/25-12/13 P/N E71
Lab MW 8:05 9:10 558
P/N
This is an Express class, taught on a compressed schedule.
Please note the late-start date above.
ENGL 107 INTRO TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR
3.0 Units
Formal instruction in grammar combined with practical application to writing. Strategies for taking apart, examining,
and constructing English sentences in order to better express
ideas in writing.
D 20593 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1612 ZAPPA
08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 22069 Lec MW 1:30 3:00 3932 PLUNKETT 09/08-12/20 P/N E01
This is an Express class, taught on a compressed schedule.
Please note the late-start and early-finish dates above.
E 21761 Lec Tue
6:30 9:20 861 CARNEY 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
ENGL 115 FACULTY-STUDENT TUTORIAL WRAC
0.5 Units
Preparation in English for success in college or career. Selfpaced, individualized instruction in reading comprehension
and writing effectiveness.
To register for ENGL 115, go to the WRAC Center located on the
library mezzanine (Building 100) during the first through eighth
week of the semester. Email [email protected] or
call (510) 723-6920 for more information.
D 20985 Lab MW 10:00 11:00 2351 MAGALLON 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab Tue 10:40 11:40
P/N
D 20986 Lab Mon 11:20 12:20 2351 SEGEDY 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
Lab Tue 10:40 11:40
P/N
Lab Wed 11:20 11:40
P/N
D 20987 Lab Mon 12:40 2:00 2351 WORTHINGTON 08/18-12/21 P/N 003
Lab Wed 12:40 2:20
P/N
D 20988 Lab Tue 1:00 1:40 2351 ZAPPA
08/18-12/21 P/N 004
Lab Thu 9:00 10:00
P/N
Lab Thu 1:00 2:20
P/N
ENGL 116 LEARNING SKILLS/DIAGNOSTIC CLI
1.0 Units
Determination of eligibility for learning skills services through
diagnostic testing. State-mandated tests. Focus on compensatory methods as derived from test results.
D 20267 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 3113 EGUSA 08/18-10/13 P/N E01
Lab MW 1:00 1:50
3113
P/N
D 20269 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 3113 EGUSA 10/18-12/13 P/N E02
Lab MW 1:00 1:50
3113
P/N
D 20268 Lec TTh 10:00 10:50 3113 MUNGER 08/19-10/12 P/N E03
Lab TTh 11:00 11:50 3113
P/N
D 20270 Lec TTh 10:00 10:50 3113 MUNGER 10/19-12/14 P/N E04
Lab TTh 11:00 11:50 3113
P/N
E 20884 Lec TTh 5:30 6:20 3113 PEJMAN 08/19-10/12 P/N E71
Lab TTh 6:30 7:20 3113
P/N
E 21667 Lec TTh 5:30 6:20 3113 PEJMAN 10/19-12/14 P/N E72
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ENGL 118A LEARNING SKILLS: READ/WRITE
3.0 Units
Preparation for writing success in college level English.
Primarily for students with learning disabilities. Emphasis on
reading for understanding, paraphrasing, summarizing, and
response writing.
D 20590 Lec MW 1:15 2:30 2112 MUNGER 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 20591 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 2112 EGUSA
08/18-12/21 P/N 002
ENGL 118B LEARNING SKILLS: READ/WRITE
3.0 Unit
For students who have completed 118A. Emphasis on
elements of the writing process and review of reading and
compensatory strategies.
D 20592 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 2112 MUNGER 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ENGL 119 LEARNING SKILLS - PROBLEM SOLVING 3.0 Units
Preparation for problem-solving success in college. Emphasis on quantitative reasoning abilities needed to process and
integrate word problems and related problem-solving tasks.
Prerequisite: English 116 (may be taken concurrently) and
recommendation of English 116 instructor.
D 20429 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 3113 EGUSA 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 20272 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 3113 EGUSA 08/18-12/21 P/N 02
E 21666 Lec Mon 5:30 8:20 3113 EGUSA 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
ENGL 120 LEARNING SKILLS-STUDY STRATEGY
2.0 Units
Guided practice in specific compensatory and study strategies
for those with identified learning disabilities. Designed for
Learning Skills students concurrently enrolled in an academic
course. Strongly recommended: English 116.
D 20469 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 2112 MUNGER 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ENGL 121 LEARNING SKILLS: STRATEGIES
2.0 Units
Guided practice in specific compensatory and study strategies
for learning disabilities in language-based, quantitative-reasoning skills. Designed for Learning Skills students actively
enrolled in a math course. Emphasis on developing math
language skills. Strongly recommended: English 116.
D 20594 Lec MW 10:30 11:20 3113 EGUSA 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ESL – English as a Second
Language Program
Are you interested in learning English or
improving your English language skills?
ChabotCollege’sESLProgramoffersafourlevelcomprehensivereading/writing/grammar
program.Our110coursesareofferedboth
daysandevenings.
Othercoursescoverthefollowingskillareas:
• Spelling
• Vocabulary
• Listening-speaking&pronunciation
• Grammarreview
• Computerlanguage-learning
CheckoutChabot’sScheduleofclasses
forprerequisites,startdates,times,and
enrollmentinformation.
ChabotCollegealsohasaLanguageCenter
whereESLstudentcangetextrasupportwith
theircourseworkthroughdrop-intutoring,
softwareprograms,andself-pacedclasses.
Questions? Check out our website:
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/
languagearts/esl or contact
[email protected]
ENGLISH AS A SECOND
LANGUAGE
ESL 108 BASIC SPELLING FOR ESL
1.0 Units
Basic sound/spelling patterns of English. Develops an
understanding of the sounds and symbols of English, including open/closed syllables, short and long vowel sounds,
consonant cluster sounds, spelling of homophones and other
problem words in everyday English. Includes basic dictionary
use.
D 20981 Lec Fri 10:30 11:35 858 MEJIA 09/10-12/17 P/N E01
ESL 109 VOCABULARY SKILLS
1.0 Units
Build language proficiency by learning new vocabulary and
developing vocabulary-building skills.
D 21269 Lec Tue 1:00 2:05 559 ADES 09/07-12/16 P/N E01
Lab Th 1:00 2:05 559
P/N
This is an Express class, taught on a compressed schedule.
Please note the late-start and early-finish dates above.
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ESL 110B INTERMEDIATE READING & WRITING
6.0 Units
Logical paragraph development, reading both fiction and
nonfiction; emphasis on the development of vocabulary and
grammatical structures of written English. Prerequisite: A
grade of pass in ESL 110A (or eligibility for ESL 110B demonstrated through ESL Placement Process).
D 20235 Lec MWF 10:30 12:20 558 UCHIYAMA 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 21386 Lec TTh 1:00 3:50 2340 UCHIYAMA 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
E 20236 Lec MW 6:30 9:20 501
SOLE 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
E 21709 Lec TTh 6:30 9:20 2258 CONNOLLY 08/18-12/21 P/N 072
ESL 110C HIGH INTERMEDIATE READ/WRITING
6.0 Units
Expository paragraphs and short essays, fiction and nonfiction reading; emphasis on the development of vocabulary
and grammatical structures of written English. Prerequisite:
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A grade of pass in ESL 110B (or eligibility for ESL 110C
demonstrated through the ESL Placement Process).
D 20237 Lec TTh 9:00 11:50 851 WAHAMAKI 08/18-12/21 P/N
D 20668 Lec TTh 1:00 3:50 801 MEJIA
08/18-12/21 P/N
E 20424 Lec MW 6:30 9:20 3934 RAMOS 08/18-12/21 P/N
E 21230 Lec TTh 6:30 9:20 858 ADES
08/18-12/21 P/N
neurship skills. Emphasis on identifying business opportunities, securing funding, and planning for new venture start-up.
O 23058 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA COLON 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
FILM 50 BEGINNING FILM PRODUCTION
3.0 Units
Introduction to the history and theory of filmmaking as an
artist medium through lectures, screenings, demonstrations,
and hands-on practicum. Critical analysis and appreciation of
production elements and development of skills in pre-production planning, digital cinematography, direction of actors,
sound design, art direction, and post-production.
D 21932 Lec Mon 9:00 11:50 908 RHODES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
001
002
071
072
ENTR 1, section ON1 is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information
see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online.
ESL 110D ADVANCED READING & WRITING
6.0 Units
Expository essays, critical reading; emphasis on advanced
development of vocabulary and grammatical structures of
written English. Prerequisite: A grade of pass in ESL 110C
(or eligibility for ESL 110D demonstrated through the ESL
Placement Process).
D 20238 Lec TTh 9:00 11:50 853 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
E 20436 Lec TTh 6:30 9:20 801 HUFGARD 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
ENTR 10 IDENTIFY/ANALYZE NEW BUSINESS OPPS 2.0 Units
Exploration of new business ideas for future entrepreneurs
to find an opportunity that matches an individual’s passions,
skills, and talents. Feasibility testing of preliminary ideas.
O 23059 By Arr 3.25 Hrs/Wk TBA COLON 10/04-12/16 OP EN1
ESL 111A PRONUNCIATION
2.0 Units
Oral English with emphasis on strategies for clear pronunciation.
D 20265 Lec Mon 1:20 2:10 856 HINTZ 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab Mon 2:15 3:05 856
P/N
Lab Wed 1:20 3:10 856
P/N
ETHNIC STUDIES
ESL 111B ACADEMIC LISTENING & SPEAKING
2.0 Units
Group and individual practice producing and responding to
oral English in the academic environment.
D 22226 Lec Tue 1:00 1:50 805 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab Tue 1:55 2:45 805
P/N
Lab Th 1:00 2:50 805
P/N
ESL 112 ENGLISH GRAMMAR-REVIEW FOR ESL
3.0 Units
Intermediate-level review of the structures of English grammar. Important grammatical forms including verb tenses, the
passive voice, conditional sentences, modal auxiliaries, and
reported speech; adjective clauses, articles, and gerunds
and infinitives may also be included as time allows. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for ESL 110C.
D 21196 Lec MW 1:00 2:15 855 UCHIYAMA 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ESL 127 ESL PRONUNCIATION LAB
0.5 Units
Individual practice producing and responding to oral English
with emphasis on clear pronunciation.
D 21365 Lab By Arr 1.5 Hrs/Wk 2351 WAHAMAKI 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ESL 128 FACULTY-STUDENT TUTORIAL - ESL
0.5 Units
Self-paced, individualized instruction in academic English
oral and written communication skills for students who speak
English as a second language. Focus on writing, reading,
listening, and speaking skills needed in college courses.
D 21353 Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 2351 IKEDA 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ESL 129 IDIOM USAGE FOR ESL
1.0 Units
Designed to provide ESL students practice with idiomatic
expressions. Strategies for identifying and defining a variety
of idiomatic expressions. Strongly recommended: eligibility
for ESL 110B and/or completion of ESL 109.
S 22822 Lab Sat 9:00 11:50 501 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
ENTR 1 INTRO TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
3.0 Units
Introduction to the key concepts and skill requirements for
new business creation. Evaluation of personal entrepre-
ENTR 10, section EN1 is a short-term, online course with no
required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information page, and visit http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
FILM 60 DOCUMENTARY FILM
3.0 Units
Introduction to the historical development of documentary
film and current techniques of documentary DV filmmaking.
Story basics, research, structure, objective/subjective approach, simple shooting setups, interviewing, and rough-cut
editing. Strongly recommended: Film 50.
O 22725 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RHODES 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
FILM 60, section ON1 is an on-line course with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, go to
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
ES 1 INTRO TO ETHNIC STUDIES
3.0 Units
An introduction to the historical and socio-cultural experiences of racial and ethnic groups in the United States. Focus will
be on key issues such as immigration, political stratification,
employment discrimination, Americanization, class, racial and
ethnic identity, and gender roles that have shaped relations
in American society. Study is inter-and multidisciplinary. A
comparative approach covering African American, Mexican
American, Asian American, Native American and Middle
Eastern American.
D 21921 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 506 SALINAS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
ES 3 INTRO MUSLIM-AMERICAN STUDIES
3.0 Units
An examination of the diversity of Muslim communities in the
United States with an emphasis on comparing and contrasting their histories, cultures and experiences. Topics include;
patterns of migration; religious beliefs and practice; acculturation and assimilation; political involvement; education
and employment; 9/11 and its aftermath; relations with the
broader Muslim world.
O 21691 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ISAD 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
ES 3-ON1 is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
FILM
FILM 9 FILM PRODUCTION COLLOQUIUM
1.0 Units
Explorations in DV (Digital Video) film production and
presentation. Analysis of skills acquired through production
assistance including research, budgets, permits, clearances,
releases, location scouting, film crewing, post-production,
marketing, screenings, festivals, or some combination of
these.
D 22572 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RHODES 08/18-12/21 GR 002
FILM 14 FILM PRE-PRODUCTION
3.0 Units
Pre-production process for film, as well as traditional and
contemporary forms of visual media, including key participants and their job functions. Proposal pitches, log lines,
script formats, and fundamentals of story, dialogue, and
character development for pre-production planning. Examination of the roles and influence of audiences, clients, distributors, and studio executives on project financing and the script
development phase. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for
English 1A.
O 22504 Mon 3.0 Hrs/TBA TBA RHODES 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
FILM 14, section ON1 is an online course with two required oncampus meetings on Monday, October 4 and Monday, November
29, from 5:00-6:50 p.m. in room 505. For important additional
information, go to http://chabotcollege.edu/online.
FILM 89 SPECIAL STUDIES IN FILM
0.5 Units
Individual projects in Digital Video (DV) film production at the
intermediate to advanced level. Development of knowledge
and skills acquired in previous or current work with emphasis
on current projects involving writing, producing, directing,
cinematography, sound recording/sound design, lighting, art
direction, production design, editing, or some combination of
these. Prerequisite: Two of the following courses: Film 14,
Film 50, Film 60 (completed with a grade of B or higher).
D 22505 Lab Mon 9:00 11:50 908 RHODES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
FIRE TECHNOLOGY
FT 50 FIRE PROTECTION ORGANIZATION
3.0 Units
Introduction to fire protection; career opportunities in fire
protection and related fields; philosophy and history of fire
protection; fire loss analysis; organization and function of
public and private fire protection services; fire departments
as part of local government; laws and regulations affecting
the fire service; fire service nomenclature; specific fire protection functions; basic fire chemistry and physics; introduction to fire protection systems; introduction to fire strategy
and tactics.
D 21029 Lec Mon 8:00 11:50 1560 BUELL 08/23-11/22 GR EN1
Lab Sat 6.0 Hrs/TBA TBA
GR
FT 50, section EN1 is a short-term Hybrid course, with meetings
on-campus and 20 lecture hours conducted over the Internet.
12 lab hours will be conducted on campus over two Saturdays.
Online lecture and Saturday lab schedule will be available on
the first day of class, August 23. For additional information, go
to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 21030 Lec Mon 6:00 9:50 1560 PRZIBOROWSK 08/18-11/22 GR E71
Lab Sat 6.0 Hrs/TBA TBA
GR
Two 6-hour labs; location and dates to be announced.
FT 51 FIRE SERVICES OPERATIONS
3.0 Units
Fire department organization, management, and resources;
fire company organization; resources to control various
emergencies; multi-agency coordinating systems; support
and regulatory agencies; strategy and tactics applied to
structural fire fighting, wild land fire fighting, and hazardous
material emergencies; and safety conditions to be considered.
E 21031 Lec Tue 6:00 8:50 1564 TORRES 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Sat 6.0 hrs TBA 1564
GR
One 6-hour Saturday lab, date to be announced.
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Consider a Career in Fire
Service
day of class, August 23. For additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
What does a Firefighter do?
Firefightersprotectthelives,
propertyandenvironment
withinthecommunities
theyserveaspartofan
all-riskemergencyresponse
tofires,disasters,technical
rescues,hazardousmaterials
incidents,andemergency
medicalservicerequests.Toreducetheserisks
tothecommunity,Firefighters,alongwithFire
Inspectors,engageinpubliceducationandfire
preventionactivities.
What are the desirable qualifications for
employment?
Firefightersneedtobeinexcellentphysical
healthanddemonstratephysicalability,
strength,stamina,manualdexterity,and
eye-hand-footcoordination.Qualifications
canvary,andcanincludeEMTcertification,
Paramediclicensure,FireFighterIAcademy
certification,andanAssociatesDegreein
FireTechnology.Civiliansseekingcareer
opportunitiesinFireInspectioncanbest
prepareforthejobresponsibilitiesthrough
completionoftheAssociatesDegreeinFire
PreventionInspector.
What career opportunities are available?
StudentsstudyingFireTechnologyat
ChabotCollegecanpursueacareerinfire
fighting.Throughcompetitiveexaminations,
FirefighterscanpromotetoFireEngineer,
FireCaptain,BattalionChief,AssistantChief,
DeputyChiefandFireChief(positionsvary
basedonsizeofthefiredepartment)The
FirePreventionInspectorprogramfocuses
ondevelopmentofFireInspectorswhocan,
potentially,promotetoDeputyFireMarshal
andFireMarshalpositions.
For more information about the Fire
Technology and Fire Prevention Inspector
Certificate of Achievement and Associate
Degree programs offered at Chabot College,
visit the Chabot College Fire Technology Web
Site at www.chabotfire.com.
FT 52 FIREFIGHTER SAFETY & SURVIVAL
3.0 Units
Basic principles and history related to the national firefighter
life safety initiatives, focusing on the need for cultural and
behavior change throughout the emergency services; assessing fire dangers and handling common fire situations;
risk abatement and personal preparation for unforeseen
fire emergencies; roles and responsibilities in educating the
public on fire safety; development of a survival attitude using
problem-solving techniques for increased situational awareness and self-reliance in an emergency.
D 21033 Lec Wed 9:00 11:50 1560 BROWN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Two 6-hour labs; locations and dates to be announced.
E 21034 Lec Wed 6:00 8:50 1560 HURTADO 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
FT 52, section ON1 is a Hybrid course with on campus meetings, and 24 lecture hours conducted over the Internet. 12 lab
hours will be conducted on campus over two Saturdays. Online
lecture and Saturday lab schedule will be available on the first
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FT 53 FIRE BEHAVIOR AND COMBUSTION
3.0 Units
Theory and fundamentals of why fires start, spread, and are
controlled. An in depth study of fire chemistry and physics
fire characteristics of materials, extinguishing agents, and
control techniques.
D 21035 Lec Tue 3:00 5:50 1560 ZOLFARELLI 08/18-12/21 GR 001
FT 54 FIRE PREVENTION TECHNOLOGY
3.0 Units
Fundamental information regarding the history and philosophy of fire prevention, organization and operation of
a fire prevention bureau, use of fire codes, identification
and correction of fire hazards, and the relationships of fire
prevention with built-in fire protection systems, fire investigation and fire safety education. Provides skills necessary for
California Fire Service Training and Education System, Certified Firefighter I and Fire Inspector I.
E 21032 Lec Th 7:00 9:50 1560 ZALINSKIS 08/18-12/21 GR 071
FT 56 BUILDING CONSTRUC/FIRE PROTECT
3.0 Units
Components of building construction that relate to fire/life
safety. Elements of construction and design of structures
as key factors when inspecting buildings, preplanning fire
operations, and operating at fires/ collapse emergencies.
The development and evolution of building and fire codes in
relationship to past fire/ collapses in residential, commercial,
and industrial occupancies.
E 21081 Lec Wed 7:00 9:50 1564 PASSADORE 08/18-12/21 GR 071
FT 89 FIREFIGHTER 1-ACADEMY INTRO
0.5 Units
Orientation and evaluation of the necessary knowledge,
skill and abilities to succeed in the Firefighter 1 Academy
(Fire Technology 90A, 90B and 90C). Physical fitness and
hand-eye coordination skills evaluation. Prerequisites:
Fire Technology 50, 51, 52; Health 81 (or proof of enrollment in an EMT program at another institution. All courses
completed with a grade of “C” or higher). Proof of a current
Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) certificate (no older
than six months from the first day of this class) may allow the
candidate to waive certain physical ability evaluations.
E 21637 Lab Sat 1:00 2:50 2904 BUELL 10/12-10/16 P/N E71
Lab Sat 3:00 4:50 2904
P/N
Lab Th 5:00 8:50 2904
P/N
Lec Tue 5:00 8:50 2904
P/N
Lab Sat 8:30 12:20 2904
P/N
Class meets: 10/12, 10/14, and 10/16.
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Lab
Lab
Lab
Lab
Wed
Fri
Sun
Sun
Sun
5:00 8:50
5:00 8:50
3:00 4:50
1:00 2:50
8:30 12:20
2904 BUELL
2904
2904
2904
2904
Class meets 11/17, 11/19 and 11/21.
11/17-11/21 P/N E72
P/N
P/N
P/N
P/N
FT 90A FIREFIGHTER I CERT PREP I
2.0 Units
Development of individual skills and basic knowledge necessary to perform the functions of a firefighter. Practice in donning breathing apparatus, knot tying, placing ladders, pulling
hose, making water supply connections and using the incident
command system. Prerequisite: Fire Technology 50, 51, 52
and 89; Health 61 and 81 or proof of current completion
of an Emergency Medical Technician Program (all courses
completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
E 21036 Lec Sat 8:30 11:45 *081 BUELL 08/17-09/11 GR E71
Lec Sat 12:35 2:50 *081
GR
Lab Sat 3:00 4:50 *081
GR
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GR
FT 90A, Section E71 is an off-campus class that meets at the
Alameda County Fire Department, 890 Lola, San Leandro.
FT 90B FIREFIGHTER I CERT PREP II
2.0 Units
Continuation of skills and basic knowledge necessary to perform the functions of a firefighter, engineer and captain within
a fire attack team. Practice in donning breathing apparatus,
knot typing, placing ladders, pulling hose, making water
supply connections and using the incident command system.
Prerequisite: Fire Technology 90A (completed with a grade of
“C” or higher).
E 21037 Lec Sat 8:30 11:45 *081 BUELL 09/14-10/09 GR E71
Lec Sat 12:35 2:50 *081
GR
Lab Sat 3:00 4:50 *081
GR
Lab TTh 5:00 8:50 *081
GR
FT 90B, Section E71 is an off-campus class that meets at the
Alameda County Fire Department, 890 Lola, San Leandro.
FT 90C FIREFIGHTER I CERT PREP III
2.0 Units
Continuation of skills and basic knowledge necessary to perform the functions of a fire attack team, in multiple company
exercises, which include: hose and ladder evolutions, salvage
and overhaul techniques; fire attack, control and extinguishment techniques for various situations. Firefighter-1
Graduation Certificate awarded upon successful completion.
Students with six months paid experience or 12 months
volunteer/work experience may apply for the State Certificate,
with proof of current completion of a valid Emergency Medical Technician Program. Prerequisite: Fire Technology 90B
(completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
E 21038 Lec Sat 8:30 11:45 *081 BUELL 10/12-11/06 GR E71
Lec Sat 12:45 2:50 *081
GR
Lab Sat 3:00 4:50 *081
GR
Lab TTh 5:00 8:50 *081
GR
FT 90C, Section E71 is an off campus class that meets at the
Alameda County Fire Department, 890 Lola, San Leandro.
FT 91A WILDLAND FIREFIGHTING-1(BASIC)
3.0 Units
Provides a basic wildland firefighter course oriented toward
entry-level employment opportunities within agencies
responsible for Wildland Fire Mitigation and Interface I-Zone
Protection, with emphasis on the equipment utilized on
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL
FIRE) engines. The course is structured with a maximum
emphasis on demonstration, student application and performance examinations. Fundamentals of wildland fire control
and techniques of controlling other emergency incidents are
covered with a strong safety perspective. A live fire exercise
is provided for application of fire control and suppression
techniques. Provides S130, S131 and S190 equivalency
under National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) and meets
Cal Fire 69 Hour Wildland Firefighter I Basic certification
requirements.Course complies with the State Board of Fire
Services Wildland Fire Fighting requirements for Firefighter I
Certification. Prerequisite: Fire Technology90C (completed
with a grade of “C” or higher) or successful completion of a
California Accredited Fire Fighter I Academy.
E 21082 Lec TTh 5:00 9:50 1506 URNES 11/30-12/19 OP E71
Lec Sat 8:00 11:50 1506
OP
Lec Sat 1:00 5:50 1506
OP
Lab Sun 8:00 4:50 1506
OP
Class meets 11/30, 12/02, 12/04, 12/05, 12/07, 12/09, 12/11,
12/12, 12/14, 12/16, 12/18, 12/19.
FT 91B HAZARD MAT FIRST RESP-OPER LEV
1.5 Units
Hazard recognition and identification; incident response
safety procedures; response to hazardous materials
emergencies, emphasis on skills and knowledge necessary
to protect lives, property, and the environment. Defensive
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tactics to contain the release from a safe distance and keep
it from spreading, and to prevent exposures without trying
to stop the release. Meets and exceeds the requirements of
CFR 29 1910.120 and CCR Title 8. Course complies with the
State Board of Fire Services requirements for Firefighter I
Certification (1999).
E 21089 Lec Sat/Sun 8:00 12:15 1506 MC PARTLAND 11/16-11/21 GR E71
Lec Sat/Sun 1:15 5:30 1506
GR
Lec Th
5:00 9:15 1506
GR
Lec Tue 6:00 10:15 1506
GR
FRNC 1A, section ON1 is a hybrid course with lectures conducted on-campus and one hour lab over the Internet. The class
will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 - 11:15 a.m. The
first class meeting will include orientation for the online portion
of the course. Students must have an email account and Internet
access before the first meeting. To begin, go to http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online and click the course website. For more
information, contact [email protected]
Class meets 11/16, 11/18, 11/20 and 11/21.
FT 91C I-200: BASIC ICS (INC COM SYS)
1.5 Units
Consists of modules 2 through 6 and meets the training
needs of wildland fire personnel by introducing principles
associated with the Incident Command System (ICS). Topics
include: Organization, facilities, resource terminology, and
the common responsibilities associated with incident or even
assignments. Course complies with the State Board of Fire
Services requirements for Firefighter I Certification (1999).
E 21090 Lec TTh 5:00 9:15 1506 MC PARTLAND 11/09-11/14 GR E71
Lec Sat/Sun 8:00 12:15 1506
GR
Lec Sat/Sun 1:15 5:30 1506
GR
Class meets 11/09, 11/11, 11/13 and 11/14.
FT 95 WORK EXPERIENCE/FT
1.0 Units
College supervised on-the-job training while working in a fire
service related occupation. Prerequisite: Fire Technology
90C and Fire Technology 91C (State Fire Fighter I Academy
Certificate courses) and Health 81 (EMT Certificate course).
Co-requisite: Fire Technology 96.
E 21039 By Arr 15.0 Hrs/Wk 1556 BUELL 08/18-12/21 GR 071
FT 96 WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR/FT
1.0 Units
Coordination of curriculum with college-supervised parttime or full-time employment or volunteer work in the fire
service field. Case studies, job-related problems, cases and
presentations, and material related to employment, organization, and management; emphasis on building strong working
relationships with supervisors, subordinates, and coworkers. Prerequisite: Fire Technology 90C and Health 81 (EMT
Certificate course). Co-requisite: Fire Technology 95.
E 21040 Lec Wed 6:00 7:50 1623 BUELL 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lec Wed 8:00 9:50 1623
GR
Class meets on 8/18, 8/25, 09/08, 10/27 and 12/22.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE
FORE 1L FOREIGN LANGUAGE LAB
0.5 Units
Foreign language grammar, pronunciation, and conversation.
Exploration of cultural components related to the target
language. Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in any foreign
language 1A, 1B, 2A or 2B.
D 21275 Lab By Arr 1.5 Hrs/Wk 2351 MOON 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
FRENCH
FRNC 1A BEGINNING FRENCH
5.0 Units
Introduction to the French-speaking cultures of the world
featuring the study and practice of the four language
skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of French.
Strongly recommended: eligibility for English 1A.
D 22371 Lec TTh 9:00 11:15 805 PARRISH 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
O 22375 By Arr 6.0 Hrs/TBA TBA PARRISH 08/18-12/21 OP ON2
FRNC 1A-ON2 is an online course with no on-campus meetings.
Students must have an email account and Internet access to
login to Blackboard by the first day of class, Wednesday, August
18, to read the announcements and see course assignments. To
begin, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online Contact the
instructor for more information at [email protected]
FRNC 1B ELEMENTARY FRENCH
5.0 Units
Further study of French-speaking cultures of the world
featuring the acquisition of the four language skills (listening,
speaking, reading, and writing) of French begun in French
1A. Prerequisite: French 1A (completed with a grade of “C”
or higher).
D 22372 Lec MW 12:00 2:15 807 PARRISH 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
FRNC 1B, section ON1 is a hybrid course with lectures conducted on-campus and one hour lab over the Internet. The class
will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 12:00-2:15 p.m. The
first class meeting will include orientation for the online portion
of the course. Students must have an email account and Internet
access before the first meeting. To begin, go to http://chabotcollege.edu/online and click the course website. For more information, contact [email protected]
French Program…
Vive la différence!
• NEW – French 1A-Hybrid:Thiscourse
offersaflexibleschedule.Itwillbeheld
bothoncampus(50%)andovertheInternet
(50%).
• FrenchConversation&Culture50A/B
• French1A,1B,2A,2B
For more information, contact instructor
Caren Parrish at
[email protected]
FRNC 2A INTERMEDIATE FRENCH
4.0 Units
Review of grammar, reading of works of modern authors;
practice in conversation composition. Prerequisite: French 1B
(completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 22373 Lec MW 10:00 11:50 811 PARRISH 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
FRNC 2A, section ON1 is a hybrid course with lectures conducted on-campus and one hour lab over the Internet. The class
will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00-11:50 a.m. The
first class meeting will include orientation for the online portion
of the course. Students must have an email account and Internet
access before the first meeting. To begin, go to http://chabotcollege.edu/online and click the course website. For more information, contact [email protected]
FRNC 2B ADVANCED FRENCH
4.0 Unit
Reading of Francophone authors; advanced review of grammar; emphasis on speaking and composition. Prerequisite:
French 2A (completed with a grade of “C” or higher.
D 22374 Lec MW 10:00 11:50 811 PARRISH 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
FRNC 2B, section ON1 is a hybrid course with lectures conducted on-campus and one hour lab over the Internet. The class
will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00 - 11:50 a.m. The
first class meeting will include orientation for the online portion
of the course. Students must have an email account and Internet
access before the first meeting. To begin, go to http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online and click the course website. For
more information, contact [email protected]
FRNC 50A FRNC CONVERSATION & CULTURE I
3.0 Units
Development of a basic understanding of spoken French
through pronunciation, vocabulary, and applied grammar.
Introduction to the everyday culture of Francophone people.
E 22224 Lec Tue 6:00 8:50 811 PARRISH 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
FRNC 50A, section ON1 is a hybrid course with lectures conducted on campus and one hour lab over the Internet. The class
will meet Tuesdays from 6:00-8:50 p.m. The first class meeting
will include orientation for the online portion of the course.
Students must have an email account Internet access before the
first meeting. To begin, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online and click the course website. For more information, contact
[email protected]
FRNC 50B FRNC CONVERSATION & CULTURE II
3.0 Units
Development of skills learned in French 50A. Understanding
of spoken French through pronunciation, vocabulary, and
applied grammar. Further study of the life and culture of the
Francophone people. Prerequisite: French 50A (completed
with a grade of “C” or higher).
E 22745 Lec Tue 6:00 8:50 811 PARRISH 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
FRNC 50B, section ON1, is a hybrid course with lectures conducted on-campus and one hour lab over the Internet. The class
will meet Tuesdays from 6:00 - 8:50 p.m. The first class meeting
will include orientation for the online portion of the course.
Students must have an email account and Internet access before
the first meeting. To begin, go to http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online and click the course website. For more information,
contact [email protected]
GENERAL STUDIES
GNST 1 INTRO TO ONLINE LEARNING
0.5 Units
Introduction to the Blackboard course management system
used in online courses, and an overview of how online
courses work. Review of strategies for success as an online
student, including time management techniques.
O 22301 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA SILVER 08/23-09/10 OP EN1
O 22302 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA SILVER 09/13-10/01 OP EN2
GNST 1, sections EN1 & EN2 are late start, short semester online courses, with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information see the Online Course Information
page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
GNST 11 EXPLORING EDUCATION
3.0 Units
Introduction to the field of teaching and education. Directed
observations of elementary, middle, and secondary classrooms. Examination of changing issues in education and
their implications on teaching practice and theory. Math and
Science teaching methods will be assessed.
D 22570 Lab Tue 12:00 12:50 2112 Staff - Sc 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
If you are interested in becoming a Math or Science teacher,
view more information at http://www.chabotcollege.edu/faculty/
dhanhan/gnst11flyer.htm To add the course contact Carey Kopay
at [email protected]
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
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Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Go To The Zone
The Zone is a web portal that provides a single point of
access to a variety of content and college services like
on-line registration, Blackboard, Zonemail and much
more. The Zone is customized for you to quickly find
information and give access to tools and resources used
on a regular basis
Set Up Your Zone
1. Go to http://thezone.clpccd.edu
2. W ID: enter W ID, including the W
3. PIN: the same six-digit number used to log into
CLASS-Web
4. Log into The Zone
How Do I Get My W ID So I Can Log Into The Zone?
1. Go to CLASS-Web: http://banner-web.clpcccd.cc.ca.
us:700 or on www.chabotcollege.edu click the “Register
for Classes” link.
2. Log in using Social Security number. The PIN is
initially set to birth date in the format MMDDYY.
3. Forgot PIN? Enter SSN and click “Forgot PIN?”
button, answer security question, reset six-digit PIN.
Note: If this step does not work, go to the Office of
Admissions & Records or send an email to: [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu
4. Click link “What is my W ID?”, write down your
number, then click “Exit” to log out of CLASS-Web.
5. Click link to go to The Zone login page.
Access Student Email – Zonemail
1. Find your student email address in The Zone: on the
Home tab, under Quick Check, click link “What is my
college/district email address?”
2. Click the E-mail icon.
3. Log in with the email username (just the part before
the @ sign) and the password is the same six-digit PIN
used for The Zone.
Online Classes - Access Blackboard Through The
Zone
1. From within The Zone, click on the Blackboard tab,
then click on the Blackboard icon to log in.
2. One-time login setup: Enter your Blackboard account
information on the “External Account Synchronization”
screen.
3. Blackboard Username: enter W ID, including the W
4. Blackboard Password: the first two letters of your
first name, the first two letters of your last name, and the
last four digits of your W ID.
5. Click the “Save” button.
6. The next time you click the Blackboard icon
within The Zone, you’ll automatically be logged into
Blackboard. For more details about Blackboard, go to
page 123-124.
Need Help with The Zone?
Send an email including W ID to [email protected]
clpccd.org or call 925.424.1710
GNST 115 FACULTY-STUDENT TUTORIAL/WRAC
0.5 Units
Preparation in English for success in college or career.
Self-paced, individualized instruction in reading and writing
effectiveness. GNST 115, sections 001 & 002 are Self-paced,
individualized instruction in reading comprehension and writing
effectiveness. To register, go to the WRAC Center located on
the library mezzanine (Building 100) during the first through
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
eighth week of the semester. Email [email protected]
edu or call (510) 723-6920 for more information.
D 21852 Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 22535 Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA NIJJAR 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
GEOGRAPHY
GNST 4912 STUDENT SUCCESS I
0.5 Units
First of a series of four self-paced online mini courses
focusing on strategies for student success, graduation and
transfer. Focus is on student success. Topics include an
introduction to: PACE Program; Blackboard; college policies,
processes and dates; campus resources; learning strategies.
Interactive and tailored to meet individual student needs as
they progress.
O 22689 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MACHADO 08/18-12/21 P/N EPN
Class meets one hour every other week.
GNST 4913 STUDENT SUCCESS II
0.5 Units
Second of a series of four self-paced online mini courses
focusing on strategies for student success, graduation and
transfer. The focus will be on effective learning. Other topics
include: the PACE Program; Blackboard; college policies; processes and dates; campus resources. Interactive and tailored
to meet individual student needs as they progress.
O 22690 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MACHADO 08/18-12/21 P/N EPN
Class meets one hour every other week.
GNST 4914 STUDENT SUCCESS & TRANSFER
0.5 Units
Third of a series of four self-paced online mini courses focusing on strategies for student success, graduation and transfer. The focus will be on transfer. Other topics include: the
PACE Program; Blackboard; college policies, processes and
dates; campus resources, effective learning. Interactive and
tailored to meet individual student needs as they progress.
O 22691 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MACHADO 08/18-12/21 P/N EPN
Class meets one hour every other week.
GNST 4915 STUDENT SUCCESS & TRANSFER
1.0 Units
Introduction to and review of context-based skills for effective participation and completion of U.S. Women’s History.
Emphasis on note-taking skills, test preparation, strategies
for taking exams, reading and writing proficiency and critical
thinking skills as specifically applied to History 27. Open only
to students currently enrolled in History 27.
D 22925 Lec Wed 12:00 12:50 554 WOLFORD 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
GNST 9901 ESL SUPPORT FOR EARLY CHLD DEV
3.0 Units
Support for the academic language development for English
Language Learners (ELL) students enrolled in Early Childhood Development courses. Emphasis will be on vocabularybuilding strategies, reading, writing strategies, communication and study skills. Students will learn how to use textbooks
and other resources, complete Early Childhood Developmentspecific assignments and prepare for tests.
S 22638 Lec Sat 9:00 11:50 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 P/N 1SC
GNST 9901-1SC Students in this class must also enroll in
ECD 51-082. For more information and to register for this
class, contact Ana Del Aguila 510-723-7284 or [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu. Estudiantes en esta clase tiene que enrolarse
en la clase ECD 51-082. Para más información y llamar a Ana
Del Águila 510-723-7284 o [email protected]
S 22552 Lec Sat 12:00 2:50 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 P/N 2SC
GNST 9901-2SC Students in this class must also enroll in
ECD 62-082. For more information and to register for this
class, contact Ana Del Aguila 510-723-7284 or [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu. Estudiantes en esta clase tiene que enrolarse
en la clase ECD 51-082. Para más información y llamar a Ana
Del Águila 510-723-7284 o [email protected]
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
GEOG 1 INTRO TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
3.0 Units
Earth’s natural environments, with emphasis on spatial
characteristics, change over time, interactions between environmental components, and human-environment interactions.
Physical processes, techniques, and tools by which Earth’s
climates, soils, vegetation, water resources, and land forms
are linked into integrated global patterns. Field trips may be
included. CAN GEOG 2
D 20184 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 505 ANDERES SOL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 20183 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 505 ANDERES SOL 08/18-12/21 GR 002
D 21088 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 505 PLONDKE 08/18-12/21 GR 003
D 20181 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 505 ANDERES SOL 08/18-12/21 GR 004
D 20182 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 505 ANDERES SOL 08/18-12/21 GR 005
D 20644 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 505 PLONDKE 08/18-12/21 GR 006
E 21922 Lec Tue 6:00 8:50 505 DE VERDI 08/18-12/21 GR 071
E 20672 Lec Mon 6:00 8:50 505 DE VERDI 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
GEOG 1L INTRO TO PHYS GEOG LABORATORY
1.0 Units
Application of the concepts, techniques, tools, and materials
of physical geography. Practical exercises, experiments, observations, data analyses, computer applications/simulations,
and use of maps, remotely-sensed imagery, and geographic
information systems. Includes location reference systems,
time-space relationships, weather, climate, soils, vegetation,
and landforms. Field trips/field projects may be included.
Prerequisite: Geography 1 (may be taken concurrently).
D 20461 Lab Mon 1:30 4:20 507 ANDERES SOL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 20589 Lab Tue 1:30 4:20 507 ANDERES SOL 08/18-12/21 GR 002
E 20673 Lab Mon 9:00 9:50 507 DE VERDI 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
Lab Sat 8:00 11:50 507
GR
Saturday meetings: Aug 21; Sep 11, 25; Oct 09, 23; Nov 6, 20;
Dec 4, 18.
GEOG 2 CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY
3.0 Units
Spatial analysis of human populations, their cultural traits,
and activities. Emphasis on how diverse peoples, through
their interactions and through their perceptions and use of
the physical environment, create distinctive cultural landscapes. Field trips may be included. CAN GEOG 4
D 20187 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 555 PLONDKE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
GEOG 5 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
3.0 Units
Regions of the world and the way humans live within those
regions. Includes physical and cultural characteristics of
world regions, how they are similar and how they are different, economic patterns, agriculture, industrial development
and population dynamics. Emphasis on contemporary major
issues and their geographic impact.
D 20865 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 555 PLONDKE 08/18-12/21 GR 001
GEOG 12 GEOGRAPHY OF CALIFORNIA
3.0 Units
California’s physical, cultural, and regional elements. The
physical geographic base includes: location; geological evolution, geomorphic provinces, natural hazards and resources,
climate, water resources, vegetation, and soils. Historically
developed cultural themes: Native American and Hispanic
origins; migration patterns, and settlements; population
growth, and ethnic diversity; land use and economic activities;
and Pacific Rim connections. Human environment interactions and issues are considered throughout the course. Field
trip may be included.
D 20186 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 557 GERSHENSON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
GEOG 19 GIS FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
1.0 Units
Provides the conceptual and practical foundations in using
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software for applica-
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
tions in the Social Sciences. Emphasis is placed on basic GIS
software functionality, display and attribute querying functions, address geocoding, basics of spatial database design
and management, spatial analysis, digital map display, and
decision support.
D 22637 Lab Wed 1:30 4:20 507 PLONDKE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
O 21439 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA LOFFT
HLTH 51A BASIC MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
4.0 Units
Terminology used typically by the medical profession; explanation of the history of terminology, prefixes, suffixes, and
root words; emphasis on spelling, definitions, pronunciation,
and an understanding of their meanings; includes medical
abbreviations, pharmaceutical terms, terminology utilized
in patient records management; introduction to anatomical
terms, and terms to related disease processes.
D 20068 Lec MW 1:30 3:20 2252 VALLELY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 20069 Lec MW 6:00 7:50 2252 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Geographic Information
Systems
The
Women’s Studies Project
TheWomen’sStudiesProjectismadeupof
coursesfocusingonwomen’sissueswithinthe
contextofageneraleducationcurriculum.The
classesareopentoallqualifiedfemaleand
malestudentswhomayenrollinoneormore
course.
Geography Matters to All of Us
• GISprovidestheframeworkforstudying
complexsystems.
• GISfacilitateslearningaboutEarthandits
life.
• GISintegratesourknowledgeaboutplaces.
• GISisatoolforcriticalthinking.
Geography20:IntroductiontoGeographic
InformationSystems(GIS)
Hands-ontrainingusingArcGIS9
• English42:Women’sLiterature
MW1:30-2:45pmRm858
Instructor:McLean
• Health4:Women&Health
MW12-1:15pm
Instructor:JeanineGrillo
• History27:Women’sHistory
A01MW10:30-11:45am
A02TTh10:30-11:45am
Instructor:JaneWolford510.723.6680
For more information, contact:
Desre Andres or Donald Plondke at
510.723.6675 or 510.723.7149.
• GeneralStudies
MW6-8:50pm
Instructor:IrenePlunkett510.723.6819F
GEOG 20 INTRO TO GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYS (GIS) 3.0 Units
Computer-based information technology tools and techniques
that analyze spatial relationships between locations and attributes of physical, cultural and economic features. Visualization of geographic relationships to support decision-making
through interactive linkages of maps, databases, images
and charts. Introduction to GIS theory, principles, concepts,
applications and operations. Field trips may be required.
(Strongly recommended: previous PC experience).
E 22636 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 507 PLONDKE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
For more details, contact the
instructors directly.
HLTH 4 WOMEN AND HEALTH
3.0 Units
Health issues that affect women in contemporary American
society. Exploration of current health concerns, legislation,
medical practices, attitudes and behaviors that promote
health and wellness.
D 20470 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 2252 GRILLO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
This section is part of the Women’s Studies Program.
HEALTH
E 21566 Lec Wed 6:30 9:55 555 ORVISS 08/18-12/21 OP 0PN
HLTH 1 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH
3.0 Units
Physiological, psychological, and social perspectives of
health. Emphasis on knowledge, attitudes and behaviors that
will contribute to a healthy individual.
D 20067 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1908 LOFFT 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20514 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1908 CIRERA-PERE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 20071 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 1908 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 21684 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 804 LOFFT 08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 20070 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 2642 MILLER 08/18-12/21 OP 005
D 20072 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1908 GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP 006
D 20425 Lec TTh 12:00 1:15 1908 GRILLO 08/18-12/21 OP 007
D 21440 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 1908 GRILLO 08/18-12/21 OP 008
D 22117 Lec MW 3:30 5:00 *225 MEADS 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
HLTH 1 , Section SL1 is an off-campus course that meets in
Room 105 of Chabot College-SAN LEANDRO CENTER,
located at 1448 Williams Street in San Leandro. For directions
and further information see http://www.chabotcollege.edu/
offsite
E 20073 Lec Wed 6:00 8:50
E 21122 Lec Th 6:30 9:20
E 20596 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50
O 21438 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk
08/18-12/21 OP ON2
HLTH 1, sections ON1 & ON2,are online courses, with no
required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
2254
2252
856
TBA
GLASSMAN 08/18-12/21 OP
MEADS
08/18-12/21 OP
ORVISS 08/18-12/21 OP
GRACE
08/18-12/21 OP
071
072
0P1
ON1
By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk
TBA
OP
HLTH 4-0PN is a Hybrid course with meetings on campus on
the following dates: Aug 18; Oct 6; Nov 3; Dec 1, from 6:309:55 pm, room 555.
HLTH 8 HUMAN SEXUALITY
3.0 Units
Physiological and psychosocial aspects of sexual health in
our contemporary society. Interrelationship of attitude and
behavior as it relates to sexual well-being and sexual integrity.
(May not be taken for credit if Psychology 8 or Sociology 8
have been completed).
D 22503 Lec Wed 3:00 5:50 551 LOFFT 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21880 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BELZE 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
HLTH 8-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
HLTH 16 HEALTHY WEIGHT LOSS
3.0 Units
Physical, emotional, and spiritual perspectives of healthy
weight loss. Emphasis on acquiring knowledge and developing life skills required to achieve a healthy weight for
improved wellness.
O 21879 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
HLTH 16-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
HLTH 60 RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES
1.0 Units
Development of knowledge and skills for recognizing and
caring for emergency situations. Include healthy and prevention of illness and injury. Designed to meet the needs of
individuals in the community who frequently provide First Aid.
Successful completion of the knowledge and skills tests qualifies for a National Safety Council First Aid and Adult CPR card.
E 20128 Lec Wed 6:00 7:50 3115 FERNANDEZ 08/18-10/13 OP E71
Lab Wed 8:00 9:50 3115
OP
Students are required to purchase a CPR manikin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to
receive the American Heart Association course completion card.
HLTH 61 EMERGENCY RESPONSE
2.5 Units
Development of knowledge and skills necessary for recognizing and caring for emergency situations, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation, prevention of disease transmission
and automated external defibrillation. Designed for First
Responders in an emergency. Successful completion of the
knowledge and skills test qualifies for an American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR course card and Emergency Response card from the National Safety council.
D 20129 Lec Fri 8:30 10:35 3115 PAYNE 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Fri 10:45 12:50 3115
GR
Students are required to purchase a CPR manikin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to
receive the American Heart Association course completion card.
D 20130 Lec Tue 2:00 3:50 3115 FERNANDEZ 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab Tue 4:00 5:50 3115
GR
Students are required to purchase a CPR manikin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to
receive the American Heart Association course completion card.
E 20430 Lec Tue 6:00 7:50 3115 FERNANDEZ 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Tue 8:00 9:50 3115
GR
Students are required to purchase a CPR manikin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in he Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to
receive the American Heart Association course completion card.
HLTH 70A HEARTSAVER CPR AND AED
0.5 Units
A comprehensive course for the First responder, this course
is designed to teach Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR),
use of an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) and relief of
foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO) to all lay rescuers,
particularly those expected to respond to emergencies in the
workplace. Responders such as police, airline personnel,
security personnel, corporate employees, family members of
patients at high risk for sudden cardiac death, other rescuers, and those who need or want to learn CPR and how to
operate an AED. Successful completion of the final exam and
skill performance will qualify the participant for an American
Heart Association Heartsaver AED course completion card.
E 20577 Lec Th 6:00 7:50 3102 HART 09/09-09/23 P/N E71
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Lab Th 8:00 9:50 3102
P/N
Students are required to purchase a CPR manikin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to
receive the American Heart Association course completion card.
The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge
and proficiency in CPR and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Its use in an instructional course does not
represent sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any
fees that are charged for such a course do not represent income
to the association.
S 20858 Lec Sat 9:00 11:50 3115 HART
Lab Sat 12:30 3:20 3115
11/06-11/13 P/N E82
P/N
Students are required to purchase a CPR manikin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to
receive the American Heart Association course completion card.
The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge
and proficiency in CPR and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Its use in an instructional course does not
represent sponsorship by the American Heart Association. Any
fees that are charged for such a course do not represent income
to the association.
HLTH 70B HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR
0.2 Units
The BLS Health Provider Course teaches CPR skill for helping
victims of all ages (including performing ventilation with a
barrier device, a bag-mask device, and oxygen); use of an
automated external defibrillator (AED); and relief of foreignbody airway obstruction (FBAO). It’s intended for participants who provide health care to patients in a wide variety
of setting, including in-hospital and out-of-hospital. For
Healthcare providers, such as physicians, nurses, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, respiratory therapists,
physical and occupational therapists, physician’s assistants,
residents or fellows, or medical or nursing students in training, aides, medical or nursing assistants, police officers,
and other allied health personnel. Successful completion
of final exam and skills performance qualifies participant for
American Heart Association Healthcare Provider course card.
Prerequisite: Health 70A or Health 60 or current CPR card
for renewal.
E 20578 Lec Th 6:00 6:50 3115 HART 09/30-10/07 P/N E71
Lab Th 7:00 8:50 3115
P/N
Students are required to purchase a CPR mannequin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to
receive the American Heart Association course completion
card. Health 70A maybe used as a recertification to participate.
These items are available in the class with current healthcare
provider card. The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in CPR and has developed in
an instructional course does not represent sponsorship by the
American Heart Association. Any fees that are charged for such
a course do not represent income to the association.
S 20952 Lec Sat 9:00 10:50 3115 HART
Lab Sat 11:00 12:50 3115
Lab Sat 1:00 2:50 3115
12/04-12/04 P/N E82
P/N
P/N
Students are required to purchase a CPR mannequin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to
receive the American Heart Association course completion card.
Health 70A maybe used as a recertification class with current
healthcare provider card. The American Heart Association
strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in CPR and has
developed instructional materials for this purpose. Its use in
an instructional course does not represent sponsorship by the
American Heart Association. Any fees that are charged for such
a course do not represent income to the association.
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HLTH 81 EMERG MED TECH - AMBULANCE
6.5 Units
Provides training in the foundation skills and knowledge
required of the EMT-1 scope of practice. The EMT-1 certification is the minimum requirement for ambulance attendants
and most entry level firefighter positions. EMT-1 certification
is also required for entry into paramedic training. This training program is accredited by the Alameda County Emergency
Medical Services Agency. Prerequisite: Health 61 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 20131 Lec Wed 8:30 12:20 3115 MC INNIS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Wed 4:30 5:20 3115
GR
Lab Wed 1:30 4:20 3115
GR
Lab Wed 5:30 6:45 3115
GR
D 21475 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 502 STEPHENS 08/18-12/21 GR 002
E 21476 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 552 STEPHENS 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Students are required to purchase a CPR manikin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. IN
ORDER TO BE ACCEPTED TO THE EMT CLASS, ALL OF
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FRIDAY,
AUGUST 6, 2010: 1. Proof of TB test (nothing older than
November 1, 2009. 2. Proof of Measles, Mumps, and Rubella
(MMR). (date received does not matter). 3. Copy of your current CPR certificate, either CPR for the Professional Rescuer
from the American Red Cross OR CPR-Healthcare Provider
from the American Heart Association (front and back of card).
IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR CARD YET, JUST TELL
ME WHEN & WHERE YOU TOOK THE CLASS. If it was at
Chabot or Las Positas, I can verify that information. 4. Copy
of your Emergency Response/First Responder certificate you
obtained from Health 61 or the American Red Cross (front and
back of card). IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR CARD YET,
JUST TELL ME WHEN & WHERE YOU TOOK THE CLASS. If
it was at Chabot or Las Positas, I can verify that information.
5. Piece of paper with your name, address, phone number, and
email address on it. Mail the above items to: Chabot College,
Attention: John MC Innis, EMT Coordinator, 25555 Hesperian
Blvd., Hayward, CA 94545. Fax Number: 510-723-7298 Do
not send the original document, you won’t get it back. When
registering for Health 81, make sure that you ALSO register for
Health 83. Both classes are required in order to receive your
EMT completion certificate. If you have any questions, contact
John McInnis at 510-723-7090 or [email protected]
HLTH 83 PATIENT STABL, EXTRICAT & TRIAGE
0.5 Units
Patient stabilization techniques to include safe patient
extrication from a simulated motor vehicle accident. Includes
triage for multi-casualty incident/disaster management. Corequisite: Health 81.
S 20581 Lec Sat 8:30 11:20 3102 MC INNIS 11/06-11/06 P/N E82
Lab Sat 12:30 4:20 3102
P/N
HLTH 85 EMT REFRESHER
1.5 Units
Designed for EMTs who need to recertify. Provides 24
hours of continuing education units and the requisite skills
verification testing that EMTs must complete every two years.
Appropriate for those comfortable with their emergency
medicine knowledge and skills. Students must have an EMT
certificate expiration date after course ending date. Students
with expired (or soon to expire) EMT certificates need to
contact the program director for further information.
E 21441 Lec TTh 6:00 9:50 3102 TAPPAN 11/30-12/11 P/N E71
Lec Sat 8:00 11:50 3102
P/N
Lec Sat 1:00 3:50 3102
P/N
HISTORY
HIS 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO 1600
3.0 Units
Origin and development of civilization in the Mediterranean
and its expansion into Europe - the Near East, Greece, Rome
and the Middle Ages, Renaissance and the Reformation. CAN
HIS 2
D 21474 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 502 STEPHENS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
HIS 2 WESTERN CIVILZATION SINCE 1600
3.0 Units
History of the Modern Western World; Romanticism and the
Industrial Revolution to the present. CAN HIST 4
D 21478 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 552 STEPHENS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 22639 By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk 502 MONIZ 08/30-12/06 GR ET1
Lec By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
HIS 2-ET1 is a hybrid telecourse with four (4) mandatory oncampus meetings; Aug 30; Sep 27; Oct 25 and Dec 6; 7:00-8:50
pm, room 502.
HIS 3 WORLD HISTORY: BEGINNINGS-1500
3.0 Units
A survey of world history from the beginning of civilization
and ancient cultures to 1500 C.E. Interconnections and divergence among cultures and civilizations in a global context
will be emphasized. During the classical period, up to 500
C.E., similarities and differences as civilizations developed
will be examined. The postclassical period, 500 to 1500, will
look specifically at contact and interaction among peoples.
Broader forces that affect civilizations such as trade patterns,
migration, nomadism, syncretism, and disease patterns will
be studied.
D 22182 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 502 STEPHENS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
HIS 7 US HISTORY THROUGH RECONSTRUCT
3.0 Units
A survey of United States history from its pre-colonial, indigenous origins through the end of Reconstruction. Emphasis
on (1) distinctively American patterns of political, economic,
social, intellectual and geographic developments, (2) the
interaction amongst and the experiences of diverse racial,
ethnic and socioeconomic groups in American History, and
(3) the evolution of American institutions and ideals including
the U.S. Constitution, representative democratic government,
the framework of California state and local government, and
the relationships between state/local government and the
federal government. CAN HIST 8
D 21479 Lec MW 7:30 8:45 502 Staff – So 08/18-12/21 GR A01
D 21481 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 551 Staff – So 08/18-12/21 GR A03
D 21483 Lec MW 1:00 2:15 554 WOLFORD 08/18-12/21 GR A05
D 21480 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 551 Staff – So 08/18-12/21 GR A06
D 21486 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 551 YEAGER 08/18-12/21 GR A07
D 21487 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 553 THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 GR A08
D 21488 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 551 YEAGER 08/18-12/21 GR A09
D 21489 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 554 WOLFORD 08/18-12/21 GR A10
E 22191 Lec Th 7:00 9:50 551 Staff – So 08/18-12/21 GR A71
E 21490 Lec MW 7:00 8:35 551 Staff - So 08/30-12/08 GR AE1
E 21491 Lec Tue 6:30 9:50 551 MONIZ 08/31-12/07 GR AE2
O 21492 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MONIZ 08/18-12/21 GR AN1
O 21485 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ORTIZ 08/18-12/21 GR AN2
O 21484 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 GR AN3
O 21493 By Arr 3.0 Hrs.Wk TBA THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 GR AN4
HIS 7, sections AN1, AN2, AN3& AN4 are on-line courses with
no required on-campus meetings. For additional important
information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
O 21564 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ORTIZ
08/18-12/21 GR APN
HIS 7-APN is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HIS 8 US HISTORY POST-RECONSTRUCT
3.0 Units
A survey of United States history from 1877 to the present with a special emphasis on the interaction amongst and
the experiences of diverse racial/ethnic (African Americans,
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
European Americans, Native Americans, Chicano/Latino
Americans, Asian Americans, and Middle Eastern Americans),
gender and socioeconomic groups in American history.
Includes analysis of (1) the U.S. Constitution as a living document in the context of historical change, and (2) significant
issues related to California State and local governments. CAN
HIST 10
D 22897 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 552 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR A01
D 21509 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR A02
D 21504 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 554 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR A03
D 21495 Lec MW 3:00 4:15 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR A04
D 21510 Lec TTh 7:30 8:45 506 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR A05
D 21505 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 551 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR A06
D 22576 Lec TTh 2:30 3:45 506 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR A07
D 21565 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MONIZ 08/18-12/21 GR APN
HIS 27 U.S. WOMEN’S HISTORY
3.0 Units
A survey of United States women’s history from its indigenous origins through the present. Emphasis on the
interaction and experiences of diverse racial/ethnic groups
that include at least three of the following groups: AfricanAmericans, Chicana/Latina Americans, Asian Americans,
European Americans, Native Americans, and Middle Eastern
Americans. Special areas of focus includes women’s role in
the political, economic, social, and geographic development
of the United States.
D 21545 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 554 WOLFORD 08/18-12/21 OP A01
D 21546 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 554 WOLFORD 08/18-12/21 OP A02
School of the Arts
Interior Design Program
HIS 8-APN is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 21507 Lec Mon 7:00 9:50
O 21826 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk
O 21496 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk
O 21508 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk
506 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR
TBA YEAGER 08/18-12/21 GR
TBA YEAGER 08/18-12/21 GR
TBA YEAGER 08/18-12/21 GR
A71
AN1
AN2
AN3
HIS 8, sections AN1, AN2 & AN3 are online courses with no
required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HIS 12 HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA
3.0 Units
Historical development of California, including Spanish
exploration and settlement and the Mexican Revolution.
Transformation of California under United States control; the
American conquest, the Gold Rush, and dynamic expansion to
the present day.
D 21511 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 502 MONIZ 08/18-12/21 OP A01
E 21512 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk 502 MONIZ 08/18-12/21 OP AN1
By Arr 2.6 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
HIS 12-AN1 is taught partially online with three mandatory oncampus meetings: Monday, 7-8:50 pm, Room 502; Aug 23; Oct
4; Nov 8. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HIS 20 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HIST PRE-19TH
3.0 Units
Survey of major themes and issues of the history of the
United States with a particular focus upon African Americans
and the gendered racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity
within the nation. Contacts between European peoples and
the indigenous peoples of the New World to the establishment of the British colonies in North America, the formation
of the nation, its expansion westward and the social, political
and economic factors which lead to division. Examination of
the role of race and slavery as evolving concepts and practices affecting the nation’s development. Analysis of the role
of local, state and federal governments and the constitution
as institutions of both consistency and change.
D 22640 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 553 THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21757 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 553 THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 GR 002
HIS 22 MEXICAN AMERICAN HISTORY
3.0 Units
A survey of Mexican American History from pre-Columbian
period through the present. Special emphasis on Mexican
Americans’ role in the political, economic, social and geographical development in the U.S.
D 21532 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 551 SALINAS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21543 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 553 FLORES 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Like to know how the pros
design living spaces?
Interested in window treatments, wall
colors, fabrics and furniture placement?
If so,
The Chabot College
Interior Design Program wants you!
There’s limited seating ...so enroll early!
HUMAN SERVICES
See course listings under Psychology-Counseling
HUMANITIES
HUMN 50 THE ARTFUL LIFE
3.0 Units
The arts will be examined as expression and integration of
self. Explore creativity as process, product, and attitude
toward life. Study the artist as seeker of authenticity and the
relationship between art and artist.
D 22901 Lec TTh 1:30 4:20 2252 Staff - Fi 10/25-12/17 GR 001
D 22726 Lec TTh 1:30 4:20 804 Staff - Fi 08/23-10/22 GR E01
HUMN 65 THE AMERICAN STYLE
3.0 Units
Humanities in the United States. Major works of literature,
painting, sculpture, architecture, film, music, philosophy, science, religion, and political and social institutions. Particular
attention to values and meanings that reflect the American
cultural experience.
D 22573 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
HUMN 65-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
E 21649 Lec Th 6:30 10:00 805 KENSINGER 09/02-12/16 GR EP1
S 21650 Lec Sat 8:30 12:00 805 KENSINGER 08/28-12/18 GR EP2
HUMN 68 WORLD MYTHOLOGY
3.0 Units
Introduction to mythic themes recurring in global literature,
the visual arts, and music; gods, humans, heroes; their origins, variations, historical development, and full expression in
classical times and continued presence in the arts. (Formerly
HUMN 28)
D 21729 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1729 SHANNON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
INDT 74 MEASUREMENTS & CALCULATIONS
3.0 Units
Calculator techniques for whole number and decimal arithmetic problem solving, fraction-decimal conversion, percentages,
ratio and proportion, algebra, geometry, areas and volumes,
English metric conversion, and numerical trigonometry as
applied in the industry.
E 20057 Lec MW 4:30 5:45 1602 ABSHER 08/18-12/21 GR 071
INTERIOR DESIGN
INTD 50 RESIDENTIAL SPACE PLANNING
3.0 Units
Basic techniques in planning space for interiors. Private and
group living spaces, support systems, functional planning of
interior space, and color in space planning.
D 22728 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 907 DAHER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab TTh 10:00 11:15 907
OP
INTD 58 FUNDAMENTALS OF LIGHTING
3.0 Units
Residential and commercial lighting systems as they apply to
what constitutes a well-lit interior space. Includes an investigation of current lighting fixtures and lighting resources.
D 22729 Lec Th 1:30 4:20 907 DAHER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
INTD 68 CAD ARCHITECTURE & INT DESIGN
3.0 Units
Introduction to computer-aided drafting. Topics include command basics including drawing entity creation and modification, industry layering standards, text and dimensioning
systems appropriate to architecture, creating symbol libraries, external reference techniques, model and paper space
commands, and plotting techniques. May not receive credit if
Architecture 68 has been completed.
D 20914 Lec TTh 9:00 9:50 905 HUANG
TTh 10:00 11:50 905
08/18-12/21 OP 001
OP
JAPANESE
JAPN 1A BEGINNING JAPANESE
5.0 Units
Introduction to the Japanese cultures of the world featuring
the study and practice of the four language skills (listening,
speaking, reading, and writing) of Japanese. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 20468 Lec TTh 1:30 3:15 807 CLARK 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Th 3:20 4:10 100A
OP
MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY
MTT 50 BLUEPRINT READ/SKETCH & CAD
3.0 Units
Fundamentals of freehand sketching, reading of blueprints,
interpreting of commonly-used symbols, pictorial drawings,
orthographic projection, geometric construction, dimensioning, and sectioning. Includes a general approach to
Computer Aided Drafting (CAD). MTT 50 will focus on subject
matter relevant to Machine Tool Technology and Industrial
Technology applications and local industry requirements.
Designed to provide a working knowledge of methods of
graphical communication.
E 21638 Lec Tue 6:30 8:20 1611 JONES 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Th 6:30 9:20 1611
GR
MTT 60A MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY I
4.0 Units
Introduction to machine tool operations relating to precision
measuring tools, layout methods, screw threads, benchwork,
drill presses, bandsaws, basic lathe and vertical milling
operations, and evaluation of job opportunities. Safe and
correct use of hand and machine tools.
D 20060 Lab MW 9:00 11:50 1402 ABSHER 08/18-10/11 GR E01
Lec MWF 1:00 2:35 1404
GR
Lab MW 2:40 4:00 1402
GR
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Lab Fri
E 20061 Lec Mon
Lec Mon
Lab Mon
Lab Wed
Instruction includes the standard X-Y-Z Cartesian coordinate
system, manual and automatic milling machine operation,
absolute and incremental positioning, tape coding and
preparation, and fabrication of basic and intermediate three
-axis drill and mill parts. Prerequisite: Computer Science 8
or Computer Application Systems 8. Strongly recommended:
Industrial Technology 74 (may be taken concurrently).
E 20059 Lec Tue 6:00 7:50 1620 LONG 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Tue 8:00 9:50 1618
GR
Lab Th 6:00 9:50 1618
GR
formations, tool path editing, and post processors. Strongly
recommended: Machine Tool Technology 71A.
E 22868 Lec Mon 5:30 7:20 1620 LONG 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Mon 7:30 10:20 1618
GR
MTT 71B NUMERICAL CONTROL PROGRAM II
4.0 Units
Continuation of Machine Tool Technology 71A. Advanced
programming of three-axis computer numerical controlled
drilling and milling machines and basic programming and
operation of numerical controlled lathes. Advanced contour
milling, and basic lathe programming involving constant
surface speeds, tool selection, work surface programming,
internal and external turning, and threading. Prerequisite:
Machine Tool Technology 71A.
E 20980 Lec TTh 5:00 5:50 1620 LONG 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Tue 8:00 9:50 1618
GR
Lab Th 6:00 9:50 1618
GR
MCOM 1 JOURNALISM: NEWSWRITING
3.0 Units
Fundamentals of reporting and news writing to develop
ability to identify a compelling story, gather information, organize, write, rewrite and deliver in the chosen format, according to professional standards of traditional print journalism
and Web journalism, supported by multimedia. Analysis of
exemplary journalistic models. Conceive, research and write
stories, using traditional news values. Requires source interviews or original research. Strongly recommended: Eligibility
for English 1A. CAN JOUR 2
D 20246 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1814 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
8:30 1:00
6:30 7:20
7:30 8:20
8:30 10:20
6:30 10:20
1402
GR
1613 ABSHER 08/18-12/21 GR 071
1613
GR
1402
GR
1402
GR
MTT 60B MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY II
4.0 Units
Continuation of Machine Tool Technology 60A. Theory and
laboratory practice relating to advanced lathe and milling machine operations, gear cutting, steel and heat treating, basic
surface and cylindrical grinding, and introduction to metric
measurement. Machine tool setups and quality of project
work. Prerequisite: Machine Tool Technology 60A. Strongly
recommended: Industrial Technology 74.
D 20840 Lec MW 1:00 2:35 1404 ABSHER 10/13-12/21 GR E01
Lab MW 9:00 11:50 1402
GR
Lab MW 2:40 4:00 1402
GR
Lab Fri 8:30 1:00 1402
GR
MTT 63A INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS
2.0 Units
Design, development, and fabrication of selected projects for
the machine tool technology major to develop special entry
level job skills. Co-requisite: enrollment in a Machine Tool
Technology course.
D 20058 Lab MW 9:00 11:50 1402 ABSHER 08/18-10/11 GR E01
Lab MW 2:40 4:00 1402
GR
Lab Fri 8:30 1:00 1402
GR
MTT 63B ADVANCED INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS
2.0 Units
Continuation of Machine Tool Technology 63A. Selected
projects to provide certain specialized skills required for job
updating, job advancement, or skill specialization. Co-requisite: enrollment in a Machine Tool Technology course.
D 20698 Lab MW 9:00 11:50 1402 ABSHER 10/13-12/21 GR E01
Lab MW 2:40 4:00 1402
GR
Lab Fri 8:30 1:00 1402
GR
MTT 65 PRODUCTION PRACTICES
4.0 Units
Introduction to design and fabrication of production-type
toolings such as jigs, fixtures, and gauges as applied in industry. Tool design practices, fabrication techniques, set-up
procedures, and inspection of production parts. Prerequisite:
Machine Tool Technology 60B.
D 21023 Lab MW 2:40 4:00 1402 ABSHER 08/18-10/11 GR E01
Lab MW 9:00 11:50 1402
GR
Lab Fri 8:30 12:50 1402
GR
Lec Fri 1:00 2:35 1404
GR
Lec Fri
2:45 5:15 1404
GR
MTT 66 BASIC TOOLMAKING
4.0 Units
Toolroom grinding, precision measurement, jig boring, steels
and heat treating, carbide cutting tools, job estimating, and
basic die-making theory. Prerequisite: Machine Tool Technology 65.
D 21024 Lab MW 9:00 11:50 1402 ABSHER 10/13-12/21 GR E01
Lab MW 2:40 4:00 1402
GR
Lab Fri 8:30 12:50 1402
GR
Lec Fri 1:00 2:35 1404
GR
Lec Fri 2:45 5:15 1404
GR
MTT 71A NUMERICAL CONTROL PROGRAM I
4.0 Units
Introduction to programming and operating three-axis
computer numerical controlled drilling and milling machines.
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MTT 75 NUMERICAL CONTROL OPERATOR
4.0 Units
Introduction to operating computer numerical controlled
drilling and milling machining centers, two axis lathes, and
mill-turn machining centers. Instruction includes the XYZ
Cartesian Coordinate system, manual and automatic machining center setup and operation, 2 axis lathe setup and
operation, mill-turn machining center setup and operation,
basic program editing, run programmed mill and lathe parts,
laboratory “first article” inspection, and creating lab inspection reports.
E 22869 Lec Wed 5:30 7:20 1620 LONG 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Wed 7:30 10:20 1618
GR
MTT 81A COMPUTER PART PROGRAMMING I
3.0 Units
Introduction to computer-assisted part programming
numerical controlled drilling and milling machines. Theory
and laboratory practice on the use of computer terminals,
graphic plotters, tape punches, and high speed printers for
processing and debugging computer-assisted part programs.
Prerequisite: Machine Tool Technology 71B.
S 20670 Lec Sat 7:00 9:15 1620 LONG 08/18-12/21 GR 082
Lab Sat 9:20 12:35 1618
GR
MTT 81B COMPUTER PART PROGRAMMING II
3.0 Units
Continuation of Machine Tool Technology 81A. Writing computer-assisted part programs for advanced milling applications and basic turning center (lathes) operations. Computer
terminals, graphic plotters, tape punches, and high-speed
printers for processing and debugging computer-assisted
part programs. Prerequisite: Machine Tool Technology 81A.
E 21228 Lec Mon 5:30 6:20 1620 LONG 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lec Mon 6:30 7:20 1618
GR
Lab Mon 7:30 10:20 1618
GR
MTT 81C MASTERCAM X
4.0 Units
The fundamentals of the latest version of Mastercam X CAD/
CAM manufacturing software as it pertains to machine shop
use and requirements. Instruction includes theory and
laboratory practice on the use of the Mastercam X software
environment to create 2 1/2 and 3 axis, lathe, and wire edm
tool paths. Instruction includes part drawing, dimensioning,
importing electronic files (DXF, IGES, Sldprt, and Dwg), lathe
and mill tool path construction, geometry and tool path trans-
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MASS COMMUNICATIONS
MCOM 3 MAGAZINE AND FEATURE WRITING
3.0 Units
Feature writing, free lance journalism and how to get published in newspapers and magazines and online opportunities.
D 22895 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 552 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MCOM 9 COLLOQUIUM-MASS COMMUNICATIONS 1.0 Units
Special projects in Radio and TV to further skills in broadcasting.
D 21877 By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk 122 GLEN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MCOM 14 WRITING & PHOTO PUBLICATION
1.0 Units
Journalism, photojournalism, content development, and
production for the weekly college newspaper.
D 20244 Lab Tue 11:00 11:50 1635 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab TTh 1:00 1:50 1635
GR
MCOM 15 PUBLICATIONS/EDITORIAL
3.0 Units
Journalism, photojournalism, content development, and production for the college newspaper. Production of the college
newspaper, including writing, business management, graphic
arts, leadership, and editing. Strongly Recommended: Eligibility for English 1A or English 52A.
D 20245 Lec Th 12:00 12:50 1635 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab TTh 2:00 3:15 1635
GR
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 1635
GR
MCOM 40 INTRODUCTION TO BROADCASTING
3.0 Units
Radio, TV, film, and multimedia broadcasting from the earliest years to the present and the economics, programming,
ratings and their impact on culture and society. (May not
receive credit if Mass Communications 31 has been completed.)
D 22495 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 122 GLEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MCOM 41 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS
3.0 Units
History of the press and mass media; the political, social
and economic impact of the press on government and public
opinion. (May not receive credit if Mass Communications 5
has been completed.)
D 22516 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 507 GLEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 22900 Lec Fri 9:00 11:50 507 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
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MCOM 42 WRITING FOR BROADCASTING
3.0 Units
Techniques of writing for radio and TV. Professional and
student script writing and discussion, with emphasis on
commercials, underwriting announcements, public service
announcements, and news and program introductions.
Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A or 52A.
(May not receive credit if Mass Communications 35 has been
complete.)
D 22899 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 122 GLEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
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MCOM 44 RADIO & TELEVISION ANNOUNCING
3.0 Units
Practical, hands-on experience in a broadcast radio and TV
station, using state of the art equipment to improve your
performance on radio and TV. Teleprompter usage, projection of personality, voice control, pronunciation and more.
(May not receive credit if Mass Communications 32 has been
completed.)
D 22496 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 122 GLEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MCOM 50 RADIO STUDIO TECHNIQUES
3.0 Units
Operational procedures and practices in a modern radio
broadcast studio.\ Production aspects including editing
and announcing, station operations and commercial radio
programming.
D 22499 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 122 GLEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MCOM 58 KCRH RADIO EXPERIENCE
3.0 Units
Practical experience in radio programming, including music,
audio production techniques, promotions, news, live sports,
and underwriting sales. Experience in broadcast operation
of KCRH 89.9-FM. Prerequisite: Mass Communications 50
(completed with a grade of C or higher). (Mass Communications 38 and 58 may be taken a combined total of four
times.)
D 22500 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk 122 GLEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 122
GR
MCOM 59 ADV KCRH RADIO EXPERIENCE
3.0 Units
Advanced experience in radio broadcast operation of KCRH
89.9-FM; including creating your own show, music, programming, audio production techniques, promotions, news, live
sports, and underwriting sales. Prerequisite: Mass Communications 58 (completed with a grade of C or higher).
D 22517 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GLEN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MCOM 60 TELEVISION STUDIO TECHNIQUES I
3.0 Units
Introduction to TV studio production and practices with
hands-on experience in studio operations, control room procedures and basic program creation. (Mass Communications
33A and 60 may be taken a combined total of four times.)
D 22497 Lec TTh 10:30 11:20 122 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Lab TTh 11:30 12:45 122
GR
MCOM 61 TV STUDIO TECHNIQUES II
3.0 Units
Further experience in TV studio production and practices with
hands-on experience in studio operations, control room procedures and basic program creation. Designed to improve
skills in operating TV equipment and producing and directing
TV programs. Prerequisite: Mass Communications 60.
(Mass Communications 33B and 61 may be taken a combined
total of four times.)
D 22498 Lec TTh 10:30 11:20 122 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab TTh 11:30 12:45 122
GR
MCOM 68 KCTH TELEVISION EXPERIENCE
3.0 Units
Practical experience in TV production and programming, creating original TV shows and segments. Prerequisite: Mass
Communications 60. (Mass Communications 39 and 68 may
be taken a combined total of four times.)
D 22501 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk 122 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk 124
GR
MCOM 69 ADVANCED KCTH TV EXPERIENCE
3.0 Units
Advanced TV studio production and developing programs to
air on KCTH Comcast Channel 27. Experience in broadcast
and DVD movie making. Prerequisite: Mass Communications
60. Strongly recommended: Mass Communications 68.
D 22541 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MATH
MTH 1 CALCULUS I
5.0 Units
Limits and continuity, differentiation of algebraic and trigonometric functions, the definite integral. Prerequisite: Mathematics 20 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or an
appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics
assessment process. CAN MATH 18, SEQ A, SEQ C
D 21442 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:05 1729 FOUQUET 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21443 Lec MWF 10:30 11:55 1820 STUBBLEBINE 08/18-12/21 GR002
D 21444 Lec MTWTh 1:30 2:35 1717 RUBE
08/18-12/21 GR 003
E 21445 Lec TTh 7:00 9:15 1721 BATCHELOR 08/18-12/21 GR 071
MTH 2 CALCULUS II
5.0 Units
Techniques of integration, parametric equations, polar
coordinates, sequences and series. Introduction to threedimensional coordinate system and operations with vectors.
Primarily for mathematics, physical science and engineering
majors. Prerequisite: Mathematics 1 (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher). CAN MATH 20, SEQ A, SEQ C.
D 21446 Lec MTWTh 8:55 10:00 1731 KAJIWARA 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21447 Lec MWF 10:30 11:55 1727
HO 08/18-12/21 GR 002
E 22686 Lec TTh 7:00 9:15 1715 YEST 08/18-12/21 GR 071
MTH 2W CALCULUS II WORKSHOP
0.2 Units
Laboratory, study group, collaborative workshop or computer
laboratory time for Calculus II. Co-requisite: Mathematics 2
D 22685 Lab MTWTh 10:00 10:25 1731 KAJIWARA 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
MTH 3 MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS
5.0 Units
Vector valued functions, functions of several variables, partial
differentiation, multiple integration, change of variables
theorem, scalar and vector fields, gradient, divergence, curl,
line integral, surface integral, theorems of Green, Stokes and
Gauss, applications. Prerequisite: Mathematics 2 (completed
with a grade of “C” or higher). CAN MTH 22, SEQ C
D 21448 Lec MTWTh 10:30 11:35 1712 CHAUDHURI 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
MTH 4 ELEM DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
3.0 Units
Introduction to differential equations, including first and
second order equations, series solutions, Laplace transforms,
applications. Prerequisite: Mathematics 2 (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher). Strongly recommended: Mathematics 3 (Multivariable Calculus). CAN MTH 24
D 21449 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 1721 YEST 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MTH 6 ELEMENTARY LINEAR ALGEBRA
3.0 Units
Introduction to linear algebra: matrices, determinants,
systems of equations, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalue, eigenvectors, applications. Prerequisite:
Mathematics 2 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
CAN MTH 26.
E 21450 Lec MW 7:00 8:15 1721 BATCHELOR 08/18-12/21 GR 071
MTH 15 APPLIED CALCULUS I
3.0 Units
Differential calculus of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic
functions; introduction to integral calculus. Applications in
business, economics and the life and social sciences. Prerequisite: Mathematics 31 or Mathematics 20 (completed with
a grade of C or higher) or an appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics Assessment process.
D 22908 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 1731 CONWAY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
E 22687 Lec TTh 6:00 7:15 1729 CREW 08/18-12/21 GR 071
MTH 20 PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS
5.0 Units
Rational functions and relations with emphasis on logical
development and graphing. Solution of polynomial equations and inequalities, graphing conic sections, mathematical
induction, binomial theorem; strengthening of skills in working with exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions:
equations, graphs, and applications. Prerequisite: Mathematics 36 or 37 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or
appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics
assessment process. CAN MATH 16
D 21451 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:05 1707 LEE 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21452 Lec MTWTh 10:30 11:35 1711 ALEGRE 08/18-12/21 GR 002
D 22228 Lec MTWTh 1:30 2:35 1707 BERLAND 08/18-12/21 GR 003
E 21453 Lec MW 4:30 6:45 1727 NASIRI 08/18-12/21 GR 071
MTH 25 COMP METHODS ENGINEER/SCIENCE
3.0 Units
Methodology and techniques for solving engineering/science
problems using numerical-analysis computer-application
programs MATLAB and EXCEL. Technical computing and
visualization for mechanics, electrical circuits, biology, thermal
systems, fluid systems, and other branches of science and
engineering. Prerequisite: Mathematics 1. Strongly recommended: Computer Application Systems 8 or Computer Science 8. May not receive credit if Engineering 25 or Physics
25 has been completed.
D 22303 Lec TTh 4:00 4:50 905 MAYER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Th 5:00 6:15 3906A
GR
Lab Tue 5:00 6:15 905
GR
MTH 31 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
3.0 Units
Preparation for Calculus for Business and Social Science students. Functions and graphs; polynomials, rational functions.
Exponential and logarithmic functions, circles, parabolas,
binomial theorem, sequences and series. Solving rational,
radical, quadratic in form, exponential and logarithmic equations. Prerequisite: Mathematics 54 or 54L or Mathematics
55 or 55L or Mathematics 55B (completed with a grade
of “C” or higher) or appropriate skill level demonstrated
through the Mathematics Assessment process. CAN 8
D 21454 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1731 CONWAY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21455 Lec TTh 10:40 11:55 1731 ROULAND 08/18-12/21 GR 002
E 22232 Lec MW 7:00 8:15 1717 ZEMLA 08/18-12/21 GR 071
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Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
MTH 33 FINITE MATHEMATICS
4.0 Units
Straight lines, systems of linear equations, matrices, systems
of linear inequalities, linear programming, mathematics of
finance, sets and Venn diagrams, combinatorial techniques
and an introduction to probability. Applications in business,
economics and the social sciences. Prerequisite: Mathematics 55, 55L or Mathematics 55B (completed with a grade
of “C” or higher) or an appropriate skill level demonstrated
through the mathematics assessment process. CAN MTH 12
E 21456 Lec MW 7:00 8:50 1731 SAYER 08/18-12/21 GR 071
E 21568 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 1707 BURBRIDGE 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
ematics 65L (completed with a grade of C or higher) or an
appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics
Assessment process. May not receive credit if Mathematics
54L has been completed.
E 22229 Lec TTh 7:00 9:15 1820 ZEMLA 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MTH 37 TRIG/GEOMETRIC FOUNDATIONS
5.0 Units
Plane trigonometry, with topics from plane geometry. Contains the entire subject content of Mathematics 36. Includes
circular and right triangle trigonometric functions; trigonometric equations, graphs and identities; triangle solutions; polar
coordinates. Also includes congruence, properties of polygons, parallel lines, similarity, areas, volumes, and coordinate
geometry. Prerequisite: Mathematics 55, 55L or Mathematics
55B (both completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or an
appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics
Assessment process. May not receive credit if Mathematics
36 has been completed.
D 21457 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:05 1711 SINGH 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21458 Lec MTWTh 10:40 11:45 1721 FOUQUET 08/18-12/21 GR 002
D 21459 Lec MTWTh 1:30 2:35 1711 CREW 08/18-12/21 GR 003
E 21460 Lec TTh 4:30 6:45 1717 YEST 8/18-12/21 GR 071
E 22727 Lec MW 6:00 8:15 1712 CREW 08/18-12/21 GR 072
Mathematics Pathways
Non-Calculus-bound
Calculus-bound
MTH 43 INTRO/PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
4.0 Units
Descriptive statistics, including measures of central tendency
and dispersion; elements of probability; tests of statistical hypotheses (one and two populations); correlation and
regression; applications in various fields. Introduction to the
use of computer software package to complete both descriptive and inferential statistics problems. Prerequisite: Mathematics 54, 54L, 55, 55L or 55B (completed with a grade
of “C” or higher), or an appropriate skill level demonstrated
through the Mathematics Assessment process. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A. May not receive credit
if Mathematics 35 has been completed.
D 21462 Lec Wed 8:00 9:15 1814 WAH 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Mon 8:00 10:15 1814
GR
Lab Wed 8:00 8:50 3906A
GR
D 21463 Lec Th 8:00 9:15 1814 DAVIS 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lec Tue 8:00 10:15 1814
GR
Lab Th 9:25 10:15 3906A
GR
D 21465 Lec TTh 8:30 9:55 1715 WAH 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lec Fri 8:30 9:00 1715
GR
Lab Fri 9:05 9:55 3906A
GR
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and /or taking exams.
D 21466 Lec TTh 10:30 11:55 1715 WAH
Lec Fri 10:30 11:00 1715
Lab Fri 11:05 11:55 3906A
08/18-12/21 GR 004
GR
GR
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and /or taking exams.
D 21467 Lec MonFri 10:30 11:55 1729 ROULAND 08/18-12/21 GR 005
Lec Wed 10:30 11:00 1729
GR
Lab Wed 11:05 11:55 3906A
GR
D 21468 Lec MW 12:00 1:25 1715 ALEGRE 08/18-12/21 GR 006
Lec Fri 12:00 12:30 1715
GR
Lab Fri 12:35 1:25 3906A
GR
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and /or taking exams.
MTH 40 CONCEPTS OF MATHEMATICS
3.0 Units
Investigation of the nature of mathematics as a human
endeavor and an examination of important concepts of mathematics. Prerequisite: Mathematics 54, 54L, 55, 55L or 55B
(completed with a grade of C or higher) or an appropriate
skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics Assessment
process.
D 21461 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 1820 BURBRIDGE 08/18-12/21 GR 001
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D 21469 Lec Tue 1:30 3:45 1715 DAVIS
08/18-12/21 GR 007
Lec Th 1:30 2:45 1715
GR
Lab Th 2:55 3:45 3906A
GR
D 21470 Lec Mon 1:30 3:45 1818 WAH 08/18-12/21 GR 008
Lec Wed 1:30 2:45 1818
GR
Lab Wed 2:55 3:45 3906A
GR
E 21464 Lec Mon 4:30 6:45 1715 OLIVER 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lec Wed 4:30 5:45 1715
GR
Lab Wed 5:55 6:45 3906A
GR
E 21471 Lec Mon 7:00 9:15 1715 BURBRIDGE 08/18-12/21 GR 072
Lec Wed 7:00 8:15 1715
GR
Lab Wed 8:25 9:15 3906A
GR
E 21472 Lec Tue 7:00 9:15 1842 OLIVER 08/18-12/21 GR 073
Lec Th 7:00 8:15 1842
GR
Lab Th 8:25 9:15 3906A
GR
MTH 54 APPLIED INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
5.0 Units
Functions in the context of real data; rates of change of
linear functions; linear systems; laws of rational exponents
mathematical models (including graphs) using exponential,
logarithmic, power, and linear, quadratic and other polynomial
functions; solution of exponential and logarithmic equations.
Prerequisites: Mathematics 65 or Mathematics 65B or Math-
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
MTH 54L APPL INTERMED ALGEBRA W/LAB
5.5 Units
Functions in the context of real data; rates of change of
linear functions; linear systems; laws of rational exponents
mathematical models (including graphs) using exponential,
logarithmic, power, linear, quadratic and other polynomial
functions; solution of exponential and logarithmic equations.
Includes laboratory and study group time to reinforce and
enhance the learning of applied intermediate algebra skills.
Prerequisites: Mathematics 65 or Mathematics 65B or Mathematics 65L (completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or an
appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics
Assessment process. May not receive credit if Mathematics
54 has been completed.
D 22909 Lec MTTh 9:00 10:25 1712 CHAUDHURI 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Wed 9:00 10:15 507
OP
D 22910 Lec MTW 1:30 2:55 1731 CHAUDHURI 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab Th 1:30 2:45 507
OP
MTH 55 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
5.0 Units
Concepts involving complex numbers, quadratic equations,
parabolas and circles, functions and their graphs, systems
of equations, rational exponents, radical equations, absolute
value equations and inequalities, exponential and logarithmic
functions and equations. Prerequisites: Mathematics 65
or Mathematics 65B or Mathematics 65L (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher) or an appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics Assessment process. May
not receive credit if Mathematics 55A and Mathematics 55B
or Mathematics 55L have been completed.
D 22230 Lec MTWTh 7:45 8:50 1832 LEE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21494 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:05 1818 ALEGRE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21497 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:05 1721 WIESER 08/18-12/21 OP 003
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21498 Lec MTWTh 10:40 11:45 1818 KAJIWARA 08/18-12/21 OP 004
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21499 Lec MTWTh 10:40 11:45 1832 BERLAND 08/18-12/21 OP 005
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21501 Lec MTWTh 1:30 2:35 1816 WIESER 08/18-12/21 OP 006
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 22912 Lec M WR 1:30 2:55 1729 KAJIWARA 08/18-12/21 OP 007
D 21500 Lec TTh 3:00 5:15 1712 BERLAND 08/18-12/21 OP 008
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21668 Lec MTWTh 10:40 11:55 1842 DAVIS
08/18-12/21 OP ON1
MTH 55-ON1, is a hybrid course conducted both on campus
(60%) and over the internet (40%). The times listed above are
mandatory in-class attendance time. This section also uses “MyMathLab” software. See http://www.MyMathLab.com
D 21502
MW 3:00 4:05 1842 RUBE
By Arr 2.4 Hrs/Wk TBA
08/18-12/21 OP ON2
OP
MTH 55-ON2 is a hybrid course conducted both on campus
(50%) and over the internet (50%). The times listed above are
mandatory in-class attendance time. This section also uses “MyMathLab” software. See http://www.MyMathLab.com
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
E 21515 Lec TTh 4:30 6:45
E 21506 Lec MW 7:00 9:15
E 21516 Lec TTh 7:00 9:15
E 21569 Lec MW 7:05 9:20
E 21514
TTh 4:30 5:35
By Arr 2.4 Hrs/Wk
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 22851 Lec MTW 10:30 11:20 1906 HAUSER
Lab Th 10:30 11:25 1906
D 22852 Lec MTW 10:30 11:20 1826 DINH
Lab Th 10:30 11:20 1826
D 22853 Lec MTW 1:30 2:20 1712 HO
Lab Th 1:30 2:20 1712
D 22854 Lec MTW 1:30 2:20 1721 IONEL
Lab Th 1:30 2:20 1721
E 22855 Lec MW 7:00 8:15 1707 KNIGHTS
1832 BATCHELOR
1818 MAYER
1731 TRAUGOTT
1727 ROUSE
1820 RUBE
TBA
08/18-12/21 OP 071
08/18-12/21 OP 072
08/18-12/21 OP 073
08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
08/18-12/21 OP ON3
OP
MTH 55-ON3 is a hybrid course conducted both on campus
(50%) and over the internet (50%). The times listed above
are mandatory in-class attendance time. This section also uses
“MyMathLab” software. See http://www.MyMathLab.com.
MTH 55A INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA A
3.0 Units
Concepts covered in the first half of Mathematics 55 including complex numbers, quadratic equations, radical expressions, radical equations, rational exponents, absolute value
equations and inequalities, and functions and their graphs.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 65 or Mathematics 65B or Mathematics 65L (completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or an
appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics
Assessment process. May not receive credit if Mathematics
55 has been completed.
D 21517 Lec MW 3:00 4:15 1816 MAYER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21519 Lec TTh 3:00 4:15 1729 IONEL
08/18-12/21 OP 002
MTH 55B INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA B
3.0 Units
Concepts covered in the second half of Mathematics 55
including parabolas and circles, function composition,
inverse functions and their graphs, systems of equations,
and exponential and logarithmic functions and equations.
Prerequisites: Mathematics 55A (completed with a grade of
“C” or higher). May not receive credit if Mathematics 55 or
Mathematics 55L has been completed.
D 21520 Lec MW 10:40 11:55 1715 FELDMAN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MTH 65 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
5.0 Units
Elementary concepts, including signed numbers, integral
exponents, polynomials and rational expressions; linear,
quadratic and rational equations; linear inequalities; introduction to graphs and set theory; systems of equations.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 104 (completed with a grade of C
or higher) or an appropriate skill level demonstrated through
the Mathematics Assessment process. May not receive credit
if Mathematics 65L or Mathematics 65A and Mathematics
65B have been completed.
D 21521 Lec MTWTh 7:45 8:50 1717 THAGGERT 08/18-12/21 OP 001
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21524 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:05 1820 STUBBLEBINE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21522 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:05 1727 HAUSER 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 22234 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:05 1816 SINGER 08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 22235 Lec MTWTh 10:40 11:45 1707 Staff-Sc 08/18-12/21 OP 005
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 22236 Lec MTWTh 10:40 11:45 1816 WIESER 08/18-12/21 OP 006
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 22233 Lec MWF 12:00 1:25 1832 SINGH
08/18-12/21 OP 007
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 21526 Lec MTWTh 1:30 2:35 1842 STUBBLEBINE 08/18-12/21 OP 008
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 22237 Lec MTWTh 1:30 2:35 1832 FELDMAN 08/18-12/21 OP 009
D 21525 Lec MW 1:45 4:00 1727 YEST
08/18-12/21 OP 010
D 21531 Lec TTh 3:00 5:15 1707 DINH
E 21527 Lec MW 4:30 6:45 1816 YEST
08/18-12/21 OP 011
08/18-12/21 OP 071
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
E 21529 Lec TTh 4:30 6:45 1816 OLIVER 08/18-12/21 OP 072
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
E 21528 Lec MW 7:00 9:15 1816 OLIVER 08/18-12/21 OP 073
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for
doing homework and/or taking exams.
E 21530 Lec TTh 7:00 9:15 1816 WILGUS 08/18-12/21 OP 074
E 21570 Lec TTh 7:00 9:15 1711 ROUSE
08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
MTH 65A ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA A
3.0 Units
Concepts covered in the first half of Mathematics 65, including signed numbers, polynomials and integer exponents;
linear equations and inequalities; introduction to graphs;
set theory. Designed for those with no previous algebra
background. Prerequisite: Mathematics 104 (completed
with a grade of “C” or higher) or an appropriate skill level
demonstrated through the Mathematics Assessment process.
May not receive credit if Mathematics 65 or 65L has been
completed.
D 21535 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1826 Staff
08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21534 Lec TTh 2:30 3:45 1818 WILGUS 08/18-12/21 OP 002
MTH 65B ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA B
3.0 Units
Concepts covered in the second half of Mathematics 65, including factoring, rational expressions and complex fractions;
system of linear equations; quadratic and rational equations;
graphing. Prerequisite Mathematics 65A (completed with a
grade of C or higher). May not receive credit if Mathematics
65 or 65L has been completed.
D 21536 Lec TTh 2:30 3:45 1727 LUHRING 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MTH 103 BASIC MATHEMATICS
3.0 Units
Basic Arithmetic of whole numbers, fractions, decimals,
percents, measurement.
D 22842 Lec MTW 9:00 9:50 1717 POLISHCHUK 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Th 9:00 9:50 1717
OP
D 22849 Lec MTW 10:30 11:20 1717 GAVRYSHOVA 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab Th 10:30 11:20 1717
OP
D 22913 Lec MTW 1:30 2:20 1826 BLUMSACK 08/18-12/21 OP 003
Lab Th 1:30 2:20 1826
OP
E 22850 Lec TTh 7:00 8:15 1717 KNIGHTS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab TTh 8:20 8:45 1717
OP
MTH 104 PREALGEBRA
3.0 Units
Brief review of arithmetic, including fractions, decimals,
percents; order of operations, and geometric formulas.
Introduction to algebraic concepts, including signed numbers,
properties of real numbers, algebraic expressions, linear
equations and graphs. Prerequisite: Mathematics 103
(complete with a grade of “C” or higher) or an appropriate
skill level demonstrated through the mathematics assessment
process.
D 22843 Lec MTW 9:00 9:50 1842 HO
08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Th 9:00 9:50 1842
OP
D 22914 Lec MTW 9:00 9:50 3932 BLUMSACK 08/18-12/21 OP002
Lab Th 9:00 9:50 3932
OP
Lab MW
E 22856 Lec TTh
Lab TTh
E 22857 Lec Mon
Lab Mon
E 22915 Lec MW
Lab MW
8:20 8:45
7:00 8:15
8:20 8:45
7:00 9:50
6:00 6:50
8:30 9:45
9:50 10:15
08/18-12/21 OP 003
OP
08/18-12/21 OP 004
OP
08/18-12/21 OP 005
OP
08/18-12/21 OP 006
OP
08/18-12/21 OP 071
1707
OP
1727 NASIRI 08/18-12/21 OP 072
1727
OP
1711 GAVRYSHOVA 08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
1711
OP
*225 LIANG 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
*225
OP
Offsite room *225 meets at Chabot College-SAN LEANDRO
CENTER, 1448 WILLIAMS STREET, San Leandro.
MTH 200 MATH LAB NON-CREDIT
0.0 Units
Provides mathematics students an opportunity to study a
mathematics course with tutorial assistance from an instructor, student tutors, and fellow classmates. Students may also
use a software program and work on problems at their own
pace.
D 22858 Lab TWRF 3.0 Hrs/TBA 3906B Staff - Sc 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MEDICAL ASSISTING
MEDA 70A CLIN SKILLS FOR MED ASST I
3.0 Units
Introduction to the clinical role of the Medical Assistant.
Includes basic and advanced skills which are utilized when
assisting the physician and performing direct patient care.
Co-requisite: Health 51A (may be taken concurrently).
D 20133 Lec Mon 9:00 10:50 2258 VALLELY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Th 9:00 11:50 3116
GR
Medical Assisting is a 2 - semester certificated program. There
is no special application. All students wishing to be enrolled in
the Medical Assisting program should register for the following
classes for Fall semester. HLTH 51A, HLTH 70A, HLTH 70B,
MEDA 70A, MEDA 71A and MEDA 75 as well as one of the
following computer classes CAS 50, CAS 8, CAS 88A or CSCI
8. All of these classes must be completed with a “C” or better
to progress to the second semester of Medical Assisting. Class
size is limited, so register early. For further information, visit
the Medical Assisting website at http://www.chabotcollege.edu
and visit the Medical Assisting web page. You may e-mail Jane
Vallely: [email protected] or call (510) 723-7211.
If classes are full please come to the first day of each class with
your priority number.
MEDA 71A ADMINISTRATIVE SKILLS I
2.0 Units
Administrative Medical Assisting skills which include office
management, composing and preparing correspondence,
appointment procedures and receptionist techniques. Corequisite: Health 51A.
D 20134 Lec Wed 12:00 12:50 2254 ROSS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Wed 9:00 11:50 2256
GR
Medical Assisting is a 2 - semester certificated program. There
is no special application. All students wishing to be enrolled in
the Medical Assisting program should register for the following
classes for Fall semester. HLTH 51A, HLTH 70A, HLTH 70B,
MEDA 70A, MEDA 71A and MEDA 75 as well as one of the
following computer classes CAS 50, CAS 8, CAS 88A or CSCI
8. All of these classes must be completed with a “C” or better
to progress to the second semester of Medical Assisting. Class
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size is limited, so register early. For further information, visit
the Medical Assisting website at http://www.chabotcollege.edu
and visit the Medical Assisting web page. You may e-mail Jane
Vallely: [email protected] or call (510) 723-7211.
If classes are full please come to the first day of each class with
your priority number.
tion. Jazz literature for small groups of the post Bob era.
Enrollment by audition or permission of instructor.
D 22116 Lab TTh 10:30 11:45 1228 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSA 22B JAZZ PIANO II
1.0 Units
Development of skills in jazz piano performance, notation,
literature. Emphasis on further development of technique
and performance. Prerequisite: Music 22A (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher) or equivalent.
D 22451 Lab MW 10:30 11:20 1218 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
Medical Assisting:
A Two-Semester Certificate
Program
Thereisnospecialapplicationorregistration
processforthisprogram.Allstudentswishing
tobeenrolledintheMedicalAssisting
Programshouldregisterforallofthefollowing
healthclasses...
• Health51A
• Health70A&70B(anAmericanHeart
AssociationHealthcareProvidercardis
required.)
...andoneofthefollowingcomputerclasses
• CAS50/CAS88A/CAS8/CSCI8
• MEDA70A/MEDA71A/MESA75
Alltheseclassesmustbecompletedwitha“C”
orbettertoprogresstothesecondsemester.A
backgroundcheckonallstudentsisrequired
forclinicalplacements.Class size is limited
please register early. If classes are full, please
come to the first day of each class with your
priority number.
For more information go to www.
chabotcollege.edu, and visit the Medical
Assisting web page.
You may email Jane Vallely:
[email protected], or call
510.723.7211.
MEDA 75 ADMIN OF MEDS FOR MED ASSIST
3.0 Units
Medication administration including study of drugs, drug
research, drug therapy, immunizations and skin tests. Safe
preparation, administration, and documentation of medication given by oral, sublingual, inhalation, topical, vaginal,
rectal, transdermal, intramuscular, subcutaneous and
intrademal routes. Co-requisite: Medical Assisting 70A and
Medical Assisting 71A.
D 20878 Lec Mon 11:00 12:50 2258 VALLELY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Tue 9:00 11:50 3102
GR
Medical Assisting is a 2 - semester certificated program. There
is no special application. All students wishing to be enrolled in
the Medical Assisting program should register for the following
classes for Fall semester. HLTH 51A, HLTH 70A, HLTH 70B,
MEDA 70A, MEDA 71A and MEDA 75 as well as one of the
following computer classes CAS 50, CAS 8, CAS 88A or CSCI
8. All of these classes must be completed with a “C” or better
to progress to the second semester of Medical Assisting. Class
size is limited, so register early. For further information, visit
the Medical Assisting website at http://www.chabotcollege.edu
and visit the Medical Assisting web page. You may e-mail Jane
Vallely: [email protected] or call (510) 723-7211.
If classes are full please come to the first day of each class with
your priority number.
MUSIC-APPLIED
MUSA 11A JAZZ IMPROVISATION I
2.0 Units
Major scales, chord construction, and development of
melodic lines used in contemporary styles of jazz improvisa50
MUSA 11B JAZZ IMPROVISATION II
2.0 Units
Exotic scales, altered chord construction, and development
of model and intervallic concepts used in avant garde jazz
improvisation. Techniques used in composing and arranging
for small ensembles. Prerequisite: Music 11A (completed
with a grade of C or higher).
D 22161 Lab TTh 10:30 11:45 1228 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSA 20A GUITAR I
1.0 Units
Beginning guitar using a combination of folk and classic
approaches to playing technique, utilizing basic scales and
chords in first position, and music notation. Strongly recommended: Music 6.
D 21933 Lab MW 10:30 11:20 1240 FLORES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSA 20B GUITAR II
1.0 Units
Continued study and practice of the fundamentals for playing
the six-string acoustic guitar. An expanded repertoire of
popular songs, classical solo and ensemble music, and styles
will be examined. Prerequisite: Music 20A (combined with a
grade of C or higher) or equivalent.
D 21934 Lab Wed 12:00 12:50 1240 FLORES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSA 21A PIANO I
1.0 Units
Beginning piano. Contemporary and classic approaches to
playing piano using basic scales, chords and music notation.
Prerequisite: Music 6 (completed with a grade of “C” or
higher) or equivalent.
D 20034 Lab Wed 8:30 10:20 1218 BENKMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSA 21B PIANO II
1.0 Units
Development of skills in piano performance, notation, literature. Emphasis on further development of technique and
performance. Prerequisite: Music 21A (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher) or equivalent.
D 22736 Lab Wed 12:00 12:50 1218 BENKMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSA 21M CLASS PIANO FOR MAJORS
1.0 Units
Skills development for music majors and minors in playing
major and minor scales, diatonic chord progressions, treble
and bass clef reading, and simple hands together part playing. Strongly recommended: Music Literature, Theory and
Musicianship (MUSL) 2A.
D 22737 Lab Wed 12:00 12:50 1218 BENKMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSA 22A JAZZ PIANO I
1.0 Units
Voicings, chords, and guidelines for improvisation in the contemporary styles of the jazz pianist. Post bop-era, through
modern to avant-garde piano playing in the jazz idiom.
Strongly recommended: Music 6.
D 21260 Lab MW 10:30 11:20 1218 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
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MUSA 23A VOICE I
1.0 Units
Group singing with an emphasis on solo performance, tone
production, breathing, diction, sight singing and interpretation of vocal literature. Strongly recommended: Music 6.
D 21730 Lab Fri 10:00 11:50 1232 COLLINS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/FLUTE
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or 12B
or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22452 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA JOHNSON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/OBOE
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or 12B
or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22131 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 002
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/BASSOON
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or 12B
or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22132 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA CHOU 08/18-12/21 GR 003
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/SAX/CLARINET 3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or 12B
or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22133 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 004
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/HORN
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or 12B
or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22169 Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA SHANNON 08/18-12/21 GR 005
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/LOW BRASS
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or 12B
or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22134 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA KENNELLY 08/18-12/21 GR 006
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/BASS
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or 12B
or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22135 Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RICHMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 007
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/GUITAR
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
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study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or
12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22136 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA FLORES 08/18-12/21 GR 008
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/BASSOON
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22157 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 003
pleted with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22459 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA SCHULTZ 08/18-12/21 GR 012
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/PIANO
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or
12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22137 Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BENKMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 010
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/JAZZ PIANO
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or
12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22138 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 011
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/COMPOSITION
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or
12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22139 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 012
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/PERCUSSION
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or
12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22140 Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA STORCH 08/18-12/21 GR 013
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/SAX/CLRINET
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22167 Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 004
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/HORN
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22453 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA SHANNON 08/18-12/21 GR 005
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/LOW BRASS
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22454 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA KENNELLY 08/18-12/21 GR 006
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/JAZZ IMPROV
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or
12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22141 Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA JEKABSON 08/18-12/21 GR 014
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/BASS
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22455 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RICHMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 007
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/TRUMPET
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or
12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22149 Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA OTT 08/18-12/21 GR 015
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/GUITAR
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22456 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA FLORES 08/18-12/21 GR 008
MUSA 24A MUSIC PRACTICUM I/VOICE
3.0 Units
Specialized study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Co-requisite: MUSP 12A or
12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 15B or 44 or 45.
D 22150 Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA COLLINS 08/18-12/21 GR 016
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/FLUTE
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22155 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA JOHNSON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/OBOE
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22156 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 002
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/PIANO
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22457 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BENKMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 010
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/JAZZ PIANO
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22458 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 011
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/COMPOSITION 3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (com-
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/PERCUSSION
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22460 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA STORCH 08/18-12/21 GR 013
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/JAZZ IMPROV 3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22461 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA JEKABSON 08/18-12/21 GR 014
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/TRUMPET
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22462 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA OTT 08/18-12/21 GR 015
MUSA 24B MUSIC PRACTICUM II/VOICE
3.0 Units
Advanced study of voice or instrument. Designed for music
major or minor to increase opportunities in individualized
study of voice or instrument. Prerequisite: Music 24A (completed with a grade of C or higher). Co-requisite: Music 12A
or 12B or 14A or 14B or 15A or 44A or 44B or 45A or 45B.
D 22463 Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA COLLINS 08/18-12/21 GR 016
MUSIC-LITERATURE,THEORY &
MUSICIANSHIP
MUSL 1 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
3.0 Units
Music for enjoyment and understanding through informed
listening, analysis, evaluation and discernment of musical
elements, forms, and repertoire. Attendance at concerts and
listening to a variety of music is required. May be offered in
Distance Education delivery format.
D 20041 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1232 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
D 20039 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 1232 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
D 20042 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1232 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 GR 004
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
O 20681 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA HARRIS 08/30-10/22 GR EN1
Lab By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
O 21825 Lec By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA HARRIS 10/25-12/17 GR EN2
Lab By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSL 1, sections EN1 & EN2, are short-term online courses
with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional
information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
MUSL 2A HARMONY AND MUSICIANSHIP I
3.0 Units
Study of the fundamentals of Western music applicable to
both classical and popular styles: notation; fundamental
theoretical concepts; musicianship skills including sight singing, rhythmic training, ear training, dictation, and keyboard
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realization; and basic compositional skills. Strongly recommended: Music 6 or equivalent skills.
D 20989 Lec TTh 8:30 9:20 1218 SCHULTZ 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab TTh 9:30 10:20 1218
OP
Lab Fri 9:00 9:50 TBA
OP
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
MUSP 12B WIND ENSEMBLE II
1.0 Units
For continuing instrumentalists who want experience in
performing and interpreting concert band literature. The
music literature will cover all important aspects of the wind
band development including original band works, transcriptions, marches and large works of all styles and periods.
Emphasis on articulations, stylistic differences, and common
performance practices of the various periods of music.
Enrollment subject to a standardized audition demonstrating
musical ability and technical proficiency at a level suitable to
the course level.
D 22122 Lab TTh 2:30 3:45 1240 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
by audition only. Prerequisite: Music 14A (completed with a
grade of C or higher) or equivalent.
D 22158 Lab MW 1:00 2:15 1236 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSL 2C HARMONY AND MUSICIANSHIP III
3.0 Units
Elements of both diatonic and chromatic harmony through
part writing and ear training exercises as typified by musical
practice from 1600 to the present. Continue solfeggio; chord
recognition; melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic dictation;
and figured bass realization. Introduce chorale dictation,
chromatic four-part voice leading, chord progression and
succession techniques, non-chord tones using figuration
and rhythmic displacement, and mode mixture. Prerequisite:
Music 2B (completed with a grade of C or higher).
D 21262 Lec MW 8:30 9:20 1240 FLORES 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab MW 9:30 10:20 1240
OP
Lab Fri 9:00 9:50 TBA
OP
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
MUSL 4 JAZZ STYLES
3.0 Units
History, trends, and influences of the phenomenon of jazz
beginning with pre Dixieland early 1900’s covering the
various eras including Swing, Be-Bop and post Be-Bop to
present day.
D 20038 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1232 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MUSL 6 BASIC MUSIC SKILLS
2.0 Units
Essentials of music through notation, time elements, melody,
harmony, and tonality, texture, dynamics and knowledge of
the keyboard. Sight singing and ear training.
D 20306 Lec Tue 12:00 12:50 1232 SHANNON 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab Th 12:00 12:50 1232
OP
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
MUSL 8 HIST ROCK & ROLL/POPULAR MUSIC
3.0 Units
A cultural survey of original American music traditions,
forms and trends influenced by social, political and economic changes including blues, jazz, early rock, the “British
invasion,” rap, hip hop culture, Latino rock, heavy metal,
jazz-rock fusion, electronic, modern rock.
E 22742 Lec Tue 6:00 8:50 554 SCHULTZ 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
MUSP 13A WIND SYMPHONY I
1.0 Units
Select and limited ensemble designed for advanced musicians
seeking continued study in advanced band repertoire from
all periods. Enrollment subject to a standardized audition
demonstrating musical ability and technical proficiency at a
level suitable to the course level.
D 21732 Lab MW 3:00 3:50 TBA BARRERA 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
Offsite room *155 meets at James Logan High School, 1800 H
Street, Union City.
E 21414 Lab Wed 7:00 9:50 1240 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSP 13B WIND SYMPHONY II
1.0 Units
For continuing advanced musicians who want experience in
performing and interpreting wind band literature. The music
literature will cover all important aspects wind ensemble
development including original band works, transcriptions,
marches and large works of all styles and periods. Emphasis
will also be on articulations, stylistic differences, and common performance practices of the different eras of music.
Enrollment subject to a standardized audition demonstrating
musical ability and technical proficiency at a level suitable to
the course lefel. Prerequisite: Music 13A (completed with a
grade of C or higher) or equivalent.
E 22123 Lab Wed 7:00 9:50 1240 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSIC-PERFORMANCE
MUSP 13C WIND SYMPHONY III
1.0 Units
For continued development of advanced instrumentalists who
seek a learning laboratory in which direct application of instrumental technique is acquired. Student learning goals and
objectives include the preparation and performance of wind
repertory and the continued development of technical skills.
Enrollment subject to a standardized audition demonstrating
musical ability and technical proficiency at a level suitable to
the course level. Prerequisite: Music 13B (completed with a
grade of C or higher) or equivalent. 4 hours laboratory.
E 22743 Lab Wed 7:00 9:50 1240 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 GR 071
MUSP 10 COMMUNITY CONCERT BAND
0.5 Units
The Community Concert Band is open to community instrumental musicians wishing to continue their musical growth.
This ensemble offers its members an opportunity for musical
expression and fellowship along with making a lasting contribution to musical life locally. In addition, the ensemble seeks
to broaden performance skills through the programming of
quality literature while fostering an interest in mentoring and
education.
E 21936 Lab Mon 7:00 9:15 1240 JOHNSON 08/18-12/21 OP 071
MUSP 14A JAZZ LAB I
1.0 Units
Reading, preparation and performance of contemporary jazz
music. Opportunity to apply improvisation techniques in a
small group setting. Enrollment subject to a standardized audition demonstrating musical ability and technical proficiency
at a level suitable to the course level. Enrollment by audition
only.
D 21576 Lab MW 1:00 2:15 1236 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSP 12A WIND ENSEMBLE I
1.0 Units
Band repertoire of all styles and periods. Emphasis on
group participation and public performance. Attendance at
all scheduled performances required. Enrollment subject to
a standardized audition demonstrating musical ability and
technical proficiency at a level suitable to the course level.
D 21411 Lab TTh 2:30 3:45 1240 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
MUSP 14B JAZZ LAB II
1.0 Units
For continuing instrumentalists who want expertise in performing and interpreting small group literature. The music
literature will cover important aspects of Jazz band development and works of all styles and periods. Emphasis will be
on articulations, stylistic differences, and common performance practices of the various periods of music. Enrollment
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MUSP 15A JAZZ ENSEMBLE I
1.0 Units
Reading, preparation and performance of contemporary jazz
music arranged for standard Big Band. The band plays various concerts and festivals. Students develop ability to play
various jazz styles, sight read, improvise, and play both as
members of a section and as soloists. Enrollment by audition
or permission of instructor.
D 21824 Lab TTh 1:00 2:15 1236 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSP 15B JAZZ ENSEMBLE II
1.0 Units
For continuing instrumentalists who want experience in
performing and interpreting standard Big Band literature.
Students develop ability to play various jazz styles, sight
read, improvise, and play both as members of a section
and as soloists. Prerequisite: Music 15A (completed with a
grade of C or higher) or equivalent.
D 22159 Lab TTh 1:00 2:15 1236 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSP 16A JAZZ ORCHESTRA I
1.0 Units
Jazz Orchestra I is a performance organization that rehearses and performs a variety of contemporary jazz literature.
Students develop ability to play various jazz styles, sight
read, improvise, and play both as members of a section
and as soloists. The orchestra plays various concerts and
festivals. Opportunities to rehearse the orchestra as well as
conduct. Enrollment by audition only.
E 21415 Lab Wed 7:00 9:50 1236 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSP 16B JAZZ ORCHESTRA II
1.0 Units
Jazz Orchestra II is a performance organization that rehearses and performs a variety of contemporary jazz literature.
Students develop ability to play various jazz styles, sight
read, improvise, and play both as members of a section and
as soloists. The orchestra plays various concerts and festivals. Opportunities to arrange and compose for the orchestra
as well as to conduct. Prerequisite: Music 16A (completed
with a grade of C or higher).
E 22160 Lab Wed 7:00 9:50 1236 PALACIO 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSP 18 PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE
1.0 Units
Open to any percussionist wishing to experience ensemble
playing. Topics include a variety of styles and techniques
used in percussion performance. Basic music reading is
required. Strongly recommended: Music 12A or equivalent
skills.
D 21937 Lab Th 12:00 12:50 1240 STORCH 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSP 44 CONCERT CHOIR
1.0 Units
Development of vocal and musical ability to interpret and
perform the highest calibre of choral literature.
E 22574 Lab Tue 7:00 9:50 1236 RAWDON 08/18-12/21 GR 072
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
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MUSIC RECORDING TECHNOLOGY
theory and clinical highlight the coping mechanisms involved
in pregnancy, labor and birth, postpartum and care of the
newborn infant and includes the following: integration of
assessment skills, growth and development, violence against
women, nutrition, pharmacological concepts, ethical issues,
cultural diversity, growth and development involved in physiological and psychological adaptation and teaching strategies
unique to childbearing families. Clinical focuses on care of
clients in community and acute care settings. Prerequisite:
formal referral by the California Board of Registered Nursing
for the purpose of meeting the requirements for eligibility to
take the licensing examination for registered nursing (NCLEXRN).
D 21341 Lec Mon 9:00 10:50 TBA TELLES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Clin Mon 11:00 12:50 2271
GR
Clin TW 7:00 1:05 *060
GR
D 20679 Lec Mon
Lec Th
Clin Th
Clin TW
10:00 11:50
10:00 11:50
7:00 8:50
7:00 1:05
D 20953 Lec Mon
Lec Th
Clin Mon
Clin TW
10:00 11:50 3115 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR 003
10:00 11:50 3115
GR
7:00 8:50 3116
GR
7:00 1:05 TBA
GR
D 20773 Lec Mon
Lec Th
Clin Th
Clin TW
10:00 11:50
10:00 11:50
7:00 8:50
7:00 1:05
3115 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR 004
3115
GR
3116
GR
TBA
GR
D 21108 Lec Mon
Lec Th
Clin Mon
Clin TW
10:00 11:50
10:00 11:50
7:00 8:50
7:00 1:05
3115 CRISTOBAL 08/18-12/21 GR VC1
3115
GR
TBA
GR
TBA
GR
D 21513 Lec Mon
Lec Th
Clin TW
Clin Mon
10:00 11:50
10:00 11:50
7:00 1:05
7:00 8:50
3115 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR VC2
3115
GR
TBA
GR
TBA
GR
MURT 21A AUDIO RECORDING I
3.0 Units
Fundamentals of audio recording in the analog and digital
domain.
D 22731 Lec Mon 10:00 11:50 1226 SCHULTZ 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Wed 10:00 11:50 1226
GR
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
D 22732 Lec Tue 1:00 2:50 1226 SCHULTZ 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab Th 1:00 2:50 1226
GR
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MURT 21B AUDIO RECORDING II
3.0 Units
Advanced studio recording techniques through hands-on,
student-produced recording sessions. Prerequisite: Music
Recording and Technology (MURT) 21A.
D 22733 Lec Fri 10:00 11:40 1226 SCHULTZ 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Fri 12:00 1:40 1226
GR
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MURT 22A ELECTRONIC MUSIC I
3.0 Units
Fundamentals of electronic music and MIDI sequencing.
D 22929 Lec Mon 1:00 2:50 1226 SCHULTZ 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Wed 1:00 2:50 1226
GR
Lab By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MURT 25 LIVE SOUND REINFORCEMENT
1.0 Units
Sound design and amplification management for live music
events.
D 22740 Lab Mon 4:00 4:50 1226 SCHULTZ 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MURT 27 MUSIC BUSINESS
3.0 Units
Career opportunities and business practices in the music
industry.
D 22741 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 1906 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
NURSING
NURS 50 FUND OF NURS PRACTICE REVIEW
5.0 Units
Application of the nursing process in nursing care across
the life span with emphasis on later-life issues. Theory
includes content on the care of clients\ with diverse cultural
backgrounds and spiritual needs as well as principles of
therapeutic communication and mental health. The following chronic disorders are studied: hypertension, cancer,
diabetes mellitus, coronary artery disease and cerebrovascular accidents. Nursing skill include: principles of medical
asepsis, body mechanics, standard precautions, hygienic
and nutritional care, and the administration of medications.
Prerequisite: Formal referral by the California Board of Registered Nursing for the purpose of meeting the requirements
for eligibility to take the licensing examination for registered
nursing (NCLEX-RN), possession of a valid California LVN
license, or an inactive California registered nursing license,
or transfer from another nursing program.
D 21343 Lec Mon 7:00 8:50 3116 GILLIS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Mon 10:00 11:50 3116
GR
Lab Th 10:00 11:50 2271
GR
NURS 51 NURS CHILDBEARING FAM-OBSTETRICS 4.0 Units
Application of the nursing process in caring for the health issues and coping mechanisms used by the childbearing family;
Offsite room *060 meets at Local Hospitals in Hayward.
NURS 52 NURS CHILDREARING FAM-PEDIATRICS 4.0 Units
Application of the nursing process in caring for the childrearing family; theory and clinical highlight the coping mechanisms childrearing families. Focus is on cultural diversity
and growth and development as they affect the physiological
and psychological adaptation of the families experiencing
common health issues and problems of infants, children and
adolescents. Prerequisite: Formal referral by the California
Board of Registered Nursing for the purpose of meeting
requirements for eligibility to take the licensing examination
for registered nursing (NCLEX-RN).
D 21342 Lec Th 10:00 11:50 3924 TELLES 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Clin Mon 11:00 12:50 3116
GR
Clin TW 7:00 1:05 TBA
GR
Offsite room *060 meets at Local Hospitals in Hayward.
NURS 53 PSYCHIATRIC NURSING
4.0 Units
Emphasis on the application of the nursing process in the
care of adults requiring treatment in psychiatric facilities.
Theory and clinical practice highlight the role of the nurse as
a therapeutic agent ( in both individual and group setting)
and includes integration of biopsychosocial assessment skill,
nutrition, pharmacological and crisis intervention concepts,
legal- ethical issues and anger management. Prerequisite:
Formal referral by the California Board of Registered Nursing
for the purpose of meeting requirements for eligibility to take
the licensing examination for registered nursing (NCLEX-RN)
or Nursing 70 (completed with a “C” or higher).
D 21340 Lec Mon 10:00 11:50 3102 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Clin TW 6:45 9:50 TBA
GR
Clin Mon 12:30 1:20 3116
GR
Offsite room *192 meets at Valley Care Medical facility in
Pleasanton, CA.
NURS 55 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING PRACTICE 8.5 Units
Introduction to fundamental concepts and practices in
nursing care across the life span with emphasis on later- life
issues. Application of the nursing process to the care of the
adults with hypertension, cancer, diabetes mellitus, coronary
artery disease, cerebrovascular accidents and congestive
heart failure. Theoretical concepts include the care with
diverse cultural backgrounds and spiritual needs, as well as
principles of therapeutic communication Skills. Clinical skills
include principles of asepsis, body mechanics, standard precautions, hygienic and nutritional need and the administration
of medications and IV fluids. Prerequisite: Acceptance into
the Nursing Program.
D 20678 Lec Th 10:00 11:50 3115 SYMES P 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Mon 10:00 11:50 3115
GR
Clin Mon 7:00 8:50 3116
GR
Clin TW 7:00 1:05 TBA
GR
Offsite room *060 meets at Local Hospitals in Hayward.
3115 GILLIS 08/18-12/21 GR 002
3115
GR
3116
GR
TBA
GR
Offsite room *060 meets at Local Hospitals in Hayward.
Offsite room *060 meets at Local Hospitals in Hayward.
Offsite room *060 meets at Local Hospitals in Hayward.
Offsite room *192 meets at Valley Care Medical facility in
Pleasanton, CA.
Offsite room *192 meets at Valley Care Medical facility in
Pleasanton, CA.
NURS 56 NURSING CARE-GROWTH/DEVELOPMENT 0.5 Units
Overview of human growth and development from infancy to
late adulthood with continuation throughout the nursing program. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Nursing Program.
D 20687 Lec Th 1:00 2:05 3115 MOFIDI 10/21-12/09 GR E01
NURS 58 NURSG CARE-PAT W/INFECTIOUS DISEASE 1.0 Units
Nursing Care for Patients with Infectious Disease: Use of
the nursing process in the care of the client with infectious
disease with an emphasis on HIV and Hepatitis. Prerequisite:
Satisfactory completion or concurrent enrollment of Nursing
55 or Nursing 70 or the equivalent.
D 22080 Lec Th 9:00 9:50 3115 MOFIDI 08/18-12/21 GR 001
NURS 59 NURSG CARE-CHILDBEARING FAMILY 8.5 Units
Emphasis is placed on the use of the nursing process in
promoting adaptive processes necessary for coping with
family health issues; theory and clinical highlight the coping
mechanisms for childbearing and childbearing families. The
focus is on cultural diversity and growth and development as
they affect the physiological and psychological adaptation of
families experiencing pregnancy, labor and birth, postpartum, newborn, and common health issues and problems
of infants, children, and adolescents. Theory and clinical
practice includes integration of assessment skills, growth and
development, family abuse issues, nutrition, pharmacological
concepts, ethical issues, and teaching strategies unique to
childbearing families. Clinical focuses on care of clients in
community and acute care settings. Prerequisites: Completion of Nursing 55, 56, 61, 69, 74, with a grade of “C” or
better. Satisfactory completion of or concurrent enrollment in
Nursing 57, 58, 64, and 75.
D 20756 Lec Mon 8:30 10:20 TBA MOFIDI 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Th 10:00 11:50 3924
GR
Clin Mon 11:00 12:50 3102
GR
Clin TW 6:50 12:55 TBA
GR
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Offsite room *060 meets at Local Hospitals in Hayward.
Registered Nursing Program
Nursing Program Application Required
Information Meeting*
September-May(ExceptJanuary)
FirstTuesdayofeachmonth
Applicationsaccepted
10/15/2010-01/14/2011
Go to the website for *Current information*
and application: www.chabotcollege.edu/nurs
and click on “RN Program.” Questions? Call
Nursing Program office: 510.723.7677
NURS 60A ADULT HEALTH I
8.5 Units
Emphasis is on the use of the process in care of adults
experiencing selected conditions requiring treatment in
medical-surgical and psychiatric care settings. Theory and
clinical practice highlight the role of the nurse as a therapeutic agent (in both individual and group settings) in facilitating
the client’s mind/body adaptation and return to as healthy
a state as is possible. Effects on cultural diversity, growth
and development, and the importance of support systems
in assisting the patient’s response to illness in acute and
community care agencies are incorporated into health care
strategies used by the nurse. Theory and clinical practice
includes integration of biopsychosocial assessment skills,
nutrition, pharmacological and crisis intervention concepts,
legal-ethical issues, and anger management (directed inward
or outwards the environment) into the care of these patients.\ Prerequisites: Completion of Nursing 55, 56, 61, 69,
74, with a grade of “C” or better. Maybe taken concurrently
with Nursing 57,58,64,75.
D 20761 Lec Mon 10:00 11:50 3102 COCKERHAM 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Th 10:00 11:50 3102
GR
Clin Mon 12:30 2:20 3116
GR
Clin TW 2:45 8:00 TBA
GR
Offsite room *060 meets at Local Hospitals in Hayward.
D 21299 Lec Mon 10:00 11:50
Lec Th 10:00 11:50
Clin Mon 12:30 2:20
Clin TW 6:45 11:50
3102 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR VC1
3102
GR
TBA
GR
TBA
GR
D 21685 Lec Mon
Lec Th
Clin TW
Clin Mon
3102 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR VC2
3102
GR
TBA
GR
TBA
GR
Offsite room *192 meets at Valley Care Medical facility in
Pleasanton, CA.
10:00 11:50
10:00 11:50
6:45 11:50
12:30 2:20
Offsite room *192 meets at Valley Care Medical facility in
Pleasanton, CA.
NURS 61 CLINICAL NUTRITION
1.5 Units
Introduction to principles of clinical nutrition. Assessment of
nutritional status, application of nutritional principles across
the life span; diet therapy in selected diseases; nutritional
supplements; weight gain, weight loss; impact of culture and
spiritual beliefs on diet. Admission to the Nursing Program
required.
D 20441 Lec Mon 12:30 1:45 3115 GILLIS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
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Continuing Education
for Nurses
NURS 64 PHARMACOLOGY FOR PROFES NURSES 2.5 Units
Introduction to the principles of drug therapy, clinical pharmacology, administration of drugs as therapeutic agents and
the interactions of drugs and body tissues. Prerequisite:
Satisfactory completion of all courses in the first two semesters of the nursing curriculum and concurrent enrollment (or
satisfactory completion of) Nursing 59 or Nursing 60A or
possession of a valid California RN or LVN license.
D 22539 Lec Mon 2:30 3:20 3102 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Th 1:00 2:20 3102
GR
Attention LVN’s wishing to upgrade to RN:
Advanced Standing Application Required
Nursing Program Application Required
Information Meeting*
September-May(ExceptJanuary)
Fordateandtimes:
www.chabotcollege.edu/nurs
ApplicationsAccepted
03/01-10/31
2010 -Prerequisite: Attendance at
Mandatory Orientation* for N70 RNTransition, N71L,N81 Obstetric Nursing
Theory, & N82 Pediatric Nursing. N70
Go to: www.chabotcollege.edu/nurs, and
click “LVN” for information application.
Allstudentsarerequiredtotakeandpass
theTEASwithanAdjustedIndividual
scoreof67%.SeenursingwebsiteTEASfor
testingdatesandtimes.N87TEASOnline
PreparationClassavailable.
Courses
• Nursing56:EssentialofNursingCare
RelatedtoHumanGrowth&Development
(9CEhrs.forLVNonly,0.5units)(Short
Term:10/21-12/09)
•Nursing70:NursingTheory:LVN-RN
Transition*(27CEhrs.forLVNonly,1.5
units)
• Nursing70L:ClinicalSkillsPractice
AssessmentLab(0.5units)
•Nursing74:NursingCarePlanDevelopment
(CEhrs.forLVNonly,1unit)(ShortTerm:
08/10/14)
•Nursing81-001:ObstetricalNursing
Theory*(18CEhrs.forLVNonly,2units)
• Nursing82:PediatricNursingTheory*(18
CEhrs.forLVNonly,2units)
• SignLanguage74:BeginningSign
Language(45CEhrs.forRN/54C.E.Hours
forLVN,3units)
• SignLanguage65IntermediateSign
Language(45CEhrs.forRN/54CEhrs.
forLVN,3units)
*Mandatory orientation Wednesday May
11th or May 12 Rm 2258 1-4 pm for N70/
N70L and N81/N82
**N70andN70LareonlyofferedintheFall
ofeachyear.
ProviderapprovedbytheCABoardof
RegisteredNursing,Providerno.00568,for
thenumberofcontacthoursaslistedfor
eachcourse.Participantsmustsuccessfully
completetheentirecourseinordertoreceive
CECredit.Nocertificationwillbeissuedfor
partialattendanceunlessotherwisestated;
coursesarefortheentireFallSemester.All
nursingcontacthoursmayalsobeapplied
towardthe30hoursrelicensurerequirement
bytheBoard of Vocational Nursing and
Psychiatric Technician Examiners.
Follow the procedures on the “How to Register”
pages of this schedule. Note: As a Continuing
Education student, you are not required
to meet with a counselor or complete the
Assessment/Orientation process.
Go to the website for *Current information*
and application: www.chabotcollege.edu/nurs
and click on “RN Program.” Questions? Call
Nursing Program office: 510.723.7677.
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
NURS 69 GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING
1.0 Units
Nursing care of the aging client. Physical and psychosocial
changes which occur with the aging process. Focus on
successful adaptation to the aging process with emphasis on
maintaining or regaining optimal health. Theories of aging
cultural influences on the aging process. Co-requisite: Nursing 55, 61, 74 or Nursing 9914, or Nursing 70, or possession of a valid LVN license.
D 20462 Lec Mon 9:00 9:50 3115 GILLIS 08/18-12/21 GR 001
NURS 70 NURS THEORY: LVN-RN TRANSITION
1.5 Units
Review of selected nursing topics for the LVN wishing to upgrade to RN. Includes the nursing care plan, nursing process,
communication principles, legal-ethical concepts common
to the role of registered nursing, functions of the California
Board of Registered Nursing, and selected psychomotor skills
utilized by the registered nurse in the delivery of patient
care. Prerequisite: Valid California LVN license and completion of Physiology 1 and Microbiology 1 with a grade of “C”
or higher.
D 22887 Lec Mon 2:30 3:45 3116 COCKERHAM 08/18-12/21 GR 001
NURS 70L CLIN SKILLS PRACTICE/ASSES LAB
0.5 Units
Clinical skills practice lab provides framework for satisfying
selected nursing content and skills offered during first year
of associate degree nursing curriculum. Designed for LVN
students desiring admission to Chabot Nursing Program with
Advance Standing. Co-requisite: Nursing 70.
E 22888 Lab Mon 5:00 6:15 3102 COCKERHAM 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
NURS 73 INTRAVENOUS THERAPY
1.0 Units
Administration and maintenance of intravenous therapy
as a treatment modality. Differentiation of commonly used
solutions, dosage calculation, vein selection and venipuncture
techniques, recognition of and response to complications. Includes laboratory practice. Must be currently enrolled in the
nursing program with eligibility for third or fourth semester of
the nursing curriculum or have a valid LVN license.
D 20580 Lec Th 2:30 4:20 3116 Staff - P 08/18-10/15 P/N E01
D 21363 Lec Th 2:30 4:20 TBA CRISTOBAL 08/18-10/15 P/N EVC
NURS 73, section EVC, meets at Valley Care Medical facility in
Pleasanton, CA.
NURS 74 THE NURSING CARE PLAN
1.0 Units
Introduction to the development of the nursing care plan
used at Chabot College’s nursing program with clinical applications of the modified Roy Adaptation Model to the steps
of the nursing process. Co-requisite: Nursing 55, 61, 69 (or
satisfactory completion of equivalent). Clinical application.
Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in nursing program.
D 20113 Lec Th 1:00 2:50 3115 SYMES P 08/18-10/14 OP E01
NURS 78 FUND OF CALCULATIONS FOR MEDS
0.5 Units
Development of skills needed to accurately calculate drug
dosages. Review of fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios,
proportions included. Discussion of the metric and household system of measurement. Key concepts of safe drug
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dosages are presented. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Nursing 55.
D 21707 Lec Fri 1:00 3:50 3115 MEADS 08/27-09/10 P/N E01
ONLINE COURSES
PHIL 60 INTRO TO PHIL: ETHICS
3.0 Units
Problems of good and evil, right and wrong, individual and/
or social action; principles, criteria or starting points for these
issues and decisions as discussed and developed in great
writings of the philosophical-literary tradition. (Formerly
PHIL 2)
D 21719 Lec TTh 12:00 1:15 1832 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21720 Lec MW 1:30 4:20 1560 SHANNON 08/23-10/22 GR E01
O 21718 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
NURS 81 OBSTETRICAL NURSING THEORY
2.0 Units
Nursing interventions that assist the family with adaptation during the childbearing cycle including assessments
and management of the mother and newborn during the
antepartal periods, emphasis on the involvement of the total
family; reproductive related health care problems of women.
Prerequisite: Nursing 55B (completed with a grade of “C”
or higher).
D 21705 Lec Mon 8:30 10:20 TBA TELLES 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Mon 11:00 11:50 2271
OP
IMPORTANT NOTE: Students enrolling in this class MUST
ATTEND a mandatory orientation on Tuesday, May 11 OR
Wednesday, May 12 1:00pm, Room 2258.
NURS 82 PEDIATRIC NURSING THEORY
2.0 Units
Emphasis is placed on the nursing interventions that assist
the child and family with adaptive processes necessary to
cope with acute and chronic conditions affecting infants,
children, and adolescents. The focus is also on medical/
surgical illnesses, child abuse, and cultural diversity as they
affect child care. It includes application of principles of
growth and development, physical assessment skills, and
pharmacological concepts unique to the child. prerequisite:
Valid California L.V.N. license.
D 21704 Lec Th 9:00 10:50 3924 MOFIDI 08/18-12/21 OP 001
IMPORTANT NOTE: Students enrolling in this class MUST
ATTEND a mandatory orientation on Tuesday, May 11 OR
Wednesday, May 12, 1:00pm, Room 2258.
NURS 84 PRESCRIPTIVE CLINICAL SKILLS
0.5 Units
Gaining experience in practicing and refining selected clinical
skills used in the nursing care of the patient in acute care
and community based settings. Prerequisite: completion of
Nursing 55 or equivalent.
D 21706 Lab By Arr 1.5 Hrs/Wk 3116 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
NURS 87 PREPARING FOR THE TEAS EXAM
1.0 Units
Core concept focus on strategies for successful test-taking
and study in the nursing program. Preparation for the
required TEAS examination prior to admission to the nursing
program. Application of critical thinking and problem solving
in on-line multiple choice tests. Students must have access
to a Windows compatible computer.
O 22168 Lec By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - P 10/18-12/10 P/N EN1
NURS 87-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
See course listings on pages 71
Need Help with Your
Online Course(s) or Blackboard?
TheOnlineLearningwebsitecontains
numerousresourcesandyoucancontact
theOnlineLearningStudentSupportif
youhaveanyquestionsorneedassistance.
Onthewebsiteyouwillfind:
•Thelistofonline/hybridcourses,including
coursedetails
•HowtoBeginYourOnlineCourse
•HowtoLogintoBlackboard
•Orientationoptions(includingaon-demand
video)
•BlackboardComputerRequirements
•TestTakingTips
•FrequentlyAskedQuestions
•OnlineHelpForm
For more information, visit http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online/ or send an email
to [email protected]
PACE – EVENING/SATURDAY
DEGREE & TRANSFER PROGRAM
See course listings and project description on pages 67
PACE: A Program for
Working Adults
Complete an Associate of Arts
degree while working full-time
• Attendclassesoneortwonightsaweek
and/orSaturdays.
• Learnfromhomewithonlinecourses.
• Earnlower-divisiongeneralEducationunits
transferabletoCSUEastBay.
• Takeone-fourcoursespersemester.
• CompleteyourAAdegreeinaboutthree
years.
For more information email: [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu, or visit www.
chabotcollege.edu/pace
NUTRITION
NUTR 1 NUTRITION
3.0 Units
The basics of nutrition, including nutrients, nutritional needs,
digestion/absorption, and the role of nutrition in the maintenance of health. Designed to meet the needs of students
majoring in the science and/or health fields. Strongly recommended: Chemistry 30A. CAN FCS 2
D 20132 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 1560 CIRERA-PERE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21844 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 804 CIRERA-PERE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
E 21657 Lec Tue 6:00 8:50 2254 CIRERA-PERE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
O 22178 Tue 3.0 Hrs/TBA TBA CIRERA-PERE 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
NUTR 1-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PHIL 60-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PHOTOGRAPHY
PHOT 50 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOGRAPHY
3.0 Units
Introduction to photographic processes and light sensitive
materials. Camera controls and their use in making pictures.
Developing black and white negatives and prints. Print finishing, presentation, and critique. CAN ART 18
D 20035 Lec Tue 10:00 11:50 902 HERTZ 08/18-12/21 OP 003
Lab Tue 1:00 4:50 904B
OP
$10 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
D 22502 Lec TTh 6:30 7:20 906 Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 OP 072
Lab TTh 7:30 9:20 904B
OP
$10 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
E 20037 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 906 HERTZ
Lab MW 7:30 9:20 904B
08/18-12/21 OP 071
OP
$10 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
PHOT 60 INTER BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO
3.0 Units
Using exposure/development controls related to black and
white negative materials. Development of competent print
making skills. Emphasis on visual and critical problems
related to black and white photography. Prerequisite: Photography 50 (completed with a grade of C or higher).
E 20857 Lec MW 6:30 7:20 906 HERTZ 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab MW 7:30 9:20 904B
GR
$10 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
PHOT 66 DIGITAL IMAGING
3.0 Units
Desktop digital imaging systems and software including
operating systems, networks, file management, methods for
image input, storage and output. Strongly recommended:
Photography 50.
E 22469 Lec Fri 9:00 10:50 908 COOK 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Fri 11:00 2:50 908
OP
$10 materials fee will be assessed at time of registration.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-AQUATICS
PHILOSOPHY
PHIL 50 GOD, NATURE, HUMAN NATURE
3.0 Units
Nature and range of philosophical inquiry in relation to
everyday problems of humans as individuals, as citizen, as
existing in nature, and as a creator of works of the arts
and of the spirit. Analysis of primary philosophical documents that concentrate on these broad areas of a human’s
concerns. Introduction to Philosophy by the Philosophers’
own works, their methods of procedure and inquiry; attention
given to the development of skills for reading, analyzing, and
pursuing philosophical argument.
D 21416 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 804 SHANNON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21717 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 856 SHANNON 08/18-12/21 GR 002
PHED 2AA AQUA AEROBICS 2
1.0 Units
Get in great shape without impact. Emphasis on cardiovascular endurance and developing muscle tone while exercising in
the swimming pool.
D 20652 TTh 12:00 1:15 POOL HAWTREY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 20831 MW 5:30 6:45 POOL HAWTREY 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2AAD AQUA AEROBICS - DEEP WATER 2
1.0 Units
Variety of exercises performed in the deep end of the swimming pool which emphasizes strength, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. Students must be able to tread water.
D 20697 TTh 12:00 1:15 POOL HAWTREY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21021 MW 5:30 6:45 POOL HAWTREY 08/18-12/21 OP 071
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
PHED 2AJD AQUA JOGGING -DEEP WATER
1.0 Units
A conditioning workout that emphasizes cardiovascular
endurance and strength training activities in the pool. After
sufficient warm-up, water exercises that develop increased
aerobic efficiency and strength training will be performed by
students. Student need not be a swimmer to participate in
this class.
D 21358 TTh 12:00 1:15 POOL HAWTREY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
neuromuscular skills. Prerequisite: Intermediate or advanced
swimmer.
D 21895 Daily 3:00 3:50 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-DISABLED
PHED 2CW COMPETITIVE SWIMMING
1.0 Units
Competitive Swimming is designed for elite competitive athletes capable of
completing rigorous training standards
required of athletes at the intercollegiate to national level.
S 21361 Sat 8:00 10:50 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2ISE INTERMED SWIMMING FOR EVERONE 1.0 Units
Intermediate Swimming for Everyone is designed for students
whose schedules do not allow enrollment in the traditional
swim class setting.
D 20982 Daily 3.0 Hrs/TBA POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
PHED 2SFE SWIMMING FOR EVERYONE
1.0 Units
Students will improve their basic strokes and skills, endurance, self-confidence, and personal safety.
D 20683 Daily 3.0 Hrs/TBA POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Swimming for Everyone is a time flexible class designed for
students who cannot attend a swimming class in a traditional
class schedule. Prior to participation in the class, students must
attend an orientation with the instructor. First class meeting will
be on the pool deck. For orientation schedule, see Mr. Kubicki in
room 2626, call: 510-723-7433 or email: [email protected]
PHED 2SWF SWIMMING FOR FITNESS
1.0 Units
Designed as a cardiovascular activity, students will utilize a
variety of strokes to increase strength and fitness.
D 20481 MW 10:30 11:45 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20483 MW 12:00 1:15 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 20579 MW 1:30 2:45 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 20741 TTh 1:30 2:45 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 004
E 20527 TTh 6:00 7:15 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2SWI SWIMMING-BEGINNING/INTERMED 2 1.0 Units
Learn to swim or practice your skills. Instruction and practice
of the most fundamental elements of swimming and safety
skills.
D 20480 MW 10:30 11:45 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20482 MW 12:00 1:15 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 21889 MW 1:30 2:45 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 21890 TTh 1:30 2:45 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 004
E 20885 TTh 6:00 7:15 POOL KUBICKI 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2WEI WATER EXERCISE INTERMEDIATE
1.0 Units
A conditioning workout that emphasizes cardiovascular
endurance activities in the shallow end of the pool. After
sufficient warm-up, water exercises that develop increased
aerobic efficiency will be performed by the students.
D 21018 TTh 12:00 1:15 POOL HAWTREY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21019 MW 5:30 6:45 POOL HAWTREY 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 3WP WATER POLO 3
1.5 Units
Designed to give students the opportunity to practice the
basic skills relative to the game of water polo with students
of similar ability. The activity is designed to incorporate at
the elementary level the various aspects of physical fitness,
interest in a recreational activity and further development of
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION-DANCE
PHED 1BAI BALLROOM DANCE - INTERMEDIATE 0.5 Units
Students will learn and perform intermediate patterns. Learn
new variations, style and technique. Demonstrate the lead
and follow connections for each dance. Improve understanding of rhythms and stylistic interpretation. Utilize ballroom
etiquette. Be more confident on the dance floor and be able
to dance on any occasion.
E 21626 Fri 8:00 9:50 2728 GONZALES 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 1BRB BALLROOM DANCE - BASIC
0.5 Units
A course designed to introduce the students to learn basic
concepts of ballroom dancing. To understand the music, elements and various dance patterns. To be able to do turns,
control, leading, timing, arm and hand positions. Be more
confident on the dance floor and be able to dance on any
occasion.
E 21624 Fri 6:00 7:50 2728 GONZALES 08/18-12/21 OP 071
S 21625 Sat 1:00 2:50 2728 GODA 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 1BRD BALLROOM DANCE
0.5 Units
Introduce the student to contemporary and traditional
ballroom dance. Group, couple and individual dances will be
included.
E 20703 Fri 6:00 7:50 2728 GONZALES 08/18-12/21 OP 071
S 20704 Sat 1:00 2:50 2728 GODA 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 1BRI INTERMEDIATE BALLROOM DANCE
0.5 Units
A course designed for students who want to go beyond
beginner’s level. Introduce the student to intermediate level
of ballroom dancing. Group, couple and individual dances
are included.
E 20829 Fri 8:00 9:50 2728 GONZALES 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2CL CHEERLEADING
1.0 Units
Designed to provide a competitive cheer opportunity to the
advanced dance student or cheerleader with emphasis on
proper stretching techniques, cheers, and dance moves.
D 21073 Mon 4:30 5:45 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 001
Fri 4:30 5:45 2728
OP
PHED 1HHD HIP HOP DANCE
0.5 Units
A combination of jazz and funk combined with dance movements. Students will learn the fundamentals of today’s
dances which are commonly used in music videos.
D 20731 Fri 2:00 3:50 2728 ROAKE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2HHD HIP HOP DANCE 2
1.0 Units
A combination of jazz and funk combined with dance movements. Students will learn the fundamentals of today’s
dances which are commonly used in music videos.
E 21330 TTh 5:00 6:15 2728 WILLIAMSON 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 1JD JAZZ DANCE
0.5 Units
Practice in intermediate jazz dance techniques and routines.
D 21307 Fri 12:00 1:50 2728 ROAKE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
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PHED 2APA ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
1.0 Units
Designed for students with disabilities, fitness exercises will
include strength training and aerobics.
D 21309 TTh 10:30 11:45 3200 SIROY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
PHED 2APE ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION
1.0 Units
Designed for students with disabilities, fitness exercises will
include strength training and aerobics.
D 20747 TTh 10:30 11:45 3200 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2DSS DISABLED STRETCH/STRENGTH TRNG 1.0 Units
For students with disabilities, the program will emphasize
range of motion and
general strength conditioning.
D 20518 TTh 9:00 10:15 3200 SIROY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
PHED 2DST DISABLED STRENGTH TRAINING 2
1.0 Units
Using a combination of free weights, machines and pulley
systems the program is
designed to build strength and
range of motion.
D 20513 MW 10:30 11:45 3200 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 18 HEALTH/FITNESS FOR YOUR DISABILITY 3.0 Units
Application of current health teachings to individuals and
life. Physiological, psychological, and social perspectives of
health will be covered. Emphasis on knowledge, attitudes
and behaviors that will contribute to a healthy individual.
Combination of text based curriculum with internet research.
Students will learn how to integrate current health teachings
in relation to their disability and their lives.
O 20871 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PHED 18-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-FITNESS
PHED 1AB AEROBIC FITNESS
0.5 Units
Emphasis on cardiovascular endurance and flexibility through
a program of movement with music to improve strength and
provide aerobic benefits.
S 20002 Sat 8:00 9:50 2728 ROAKE 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2AB AEROBIC FITNESS 2
1.0 Units
Emphasis on cardiovascular endurance and flexibility through
a program of movement with music to improve strength and
provide aerobic benefits.
D 20778 MW 7:30 8:45 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21345 MW 9:00 10:15 2728 FRIEND 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 21887 MW 10:30 11:45 2728 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 20001 TTh 7:30 8:45 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 21687 TTh 9:00 10:15 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 005
D 22180 TTh 10:30 11:45 2728 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 006
D 20880 Fri 9:00 11:50 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 007
E 22181 MW 6:00 7:15 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 071
E 22627 MW 7:30 8:45 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 072
E 21346 TTh 6:30 7:45 2728 WILLIAMSON 08/18-12/21 OP 073
PHED 2ASA AEROBICS/STEP AEROBICS 2
1.0 Units
Designed to emphasize cardiovascular endurance through
a variety of exercises that stimulate heart and lung activity.
Combination of aerobic exercises and
step aerobics.
D 20850 MW 10:30 11:45 2728 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D 21885 TTh 9:00 10:15 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP
D 20851 TTh 10:30 11:45 2728 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP
D 20745 Fri 9:00 11:50 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP
E 20853 MW 6:00 7:15 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP
E 20854 MW 7:30 8:45 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP
6:00pm. Orientations are schedule in room 2614. Every student
must pick up an Identification Card from instructor after the first
day of the semester.
be used to teach students how to train safely and efficiently
within their target heart rate zone. Students will learn how
to access fitness, training and wellness information online.
Computerized accountability will aid students in a variety of
training principles.
D 22197 MTWRFS 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
002
003
004
071
072
PHED 1BX BOX-AEROBICS
0.5 Units
Designed to provide an energizing cardio workout using
no-contact boxing, kickboxing, and other aerobic training
techniques.
S 22147 Sat 8:00 9:50 2728 ROAKE 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2BX BOX-AEROBICS 2
1.0 Unit
Designed to give the student an opportunity to experience
a combination of martial arts and aerobic exercise for the
benefit of physical fitness.
D 21686 TTh 12:00 1:15 2900 ALOI 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2CB CARDIO BLAST
1.0 Units
Cardio Blast is an intermediate conditioning class that emphasizes
cardiovascular endurance activities using both
step aerobics and regular aerobics that stimulate heart and
lung activity.
D 21226 Fri 9:00 11:50 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21619 MW 7:30 8:45 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 21620 TTh 7:30 8:45 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 003
E 21314 TTh 6:30 7:45 2728 WILLIAMSON 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2FBA FAT BURNING AEROBICS 2
1.0 Units
Designed to build muscle and burn fat by performing aerobic
exercises for cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and
strength.
D 20503 MW 7:30 8:45 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21888 TTh 7:30 8:45 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 21886 Fri 9:00 11:50 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 003
E 20766 MW 6:00 7:15 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 071
E 20767 MW 7:30 8:45 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 072
PHED 2FSC FIRE SCIENCE CONDITIONING
1.0 Units
An introductory physical conditioning and lecture course
designed to prepare the fire science student for Fire Fighter
Academy and pre-employment physical ability testing.
Course session will address aerobic and strength training,
proper lifting, warm-up and flexibility techniques, training
principles and
elements of wellness. Proper handling of
fire service equipment will be
introduced. Students will
undergo physical assessment at the onset and conclusion of
the semester.
D 20677 MW 1:00 2:15 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
This course is required for an A.A Degree or Certificate of
Achievement in Fire Technology.
E 21688 Wed 6:00 8:50 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
This course is required for an A.A Degree or Certificate of
Achievement in Fire Technology.
PHED 2AFE ADVANCED FITNESS FOR EVERYONE
1.0 Units
Advanced Fitness for Everyone is designed for the student
whose schedule does not allow enrollment in a traditional
class setting. Students who want to enroll in Advanced Fitness for Everyone must have successfully completed Fitness
for Everyone - Intermediate. The class is designed to allow
the student to participate in Fitness, Aerobics and Aquatics
classes.
D 20889 Daily 3.0 Hrs/TBA 2500 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Fitness Orientation times are: Tuesday, August 24, 12:00 Noon;
Thursday, August 26, 12:00 Noon; Tuesday, August 31, 1:15 and
Chabot College Fitness
Center
NewstudentstotheChabotCollegeFitness
Centermustattendanorientationfirst.Ifyou
areareturningstudenttotheFitnessCenter
youdonotneedtocompletetheorientation
again.Orientationtakesapproximately1.5
hours.
Inordertobeginorientationyoumust:
1.Beenrolled&haveaChabotStudentID
card.
2.Haveaheartratemonitorstrap.
3.Bedressedinworkoutclothes&shoes.
4.Bringasmalltowel.
5.Beontimeforyourorientation&prepared
toworkout.
6.24hoursafterenrolling,logintoBlackboard
at:http://clpccd.clackboard.com.
OnceanorientationiscompletedChabot
FitnessCenter,studentscanattendanytime
duringthefollowinghours:Mon.–Thu.5am1:30pm&4pm-7:50pm;Fri.5am-1:30pm;Sat.
7:30am-11am
To find out what is required in the class
go to: http://online.chabotcollege.edu/
kgrace/fitnesscnete/fitnesscenter.htm.
This section is for returning students only. Students must be
dressed in work out attire, t-shirt and tennis shoes for class.
Students must bring towel and heart rate monitor strap (which
can be purchase at the bookstore).
D 22199 Daily 5:00 5:50 TBA STAFF
08/18-12/21 P/N H09
Class meets at ADVANCED CIRCUIT CENTER, 25555 Hesperian Blvd, Hayward.
PHED 3FO9 FITNESS HEART/HEALTH/FAT LOSS
2.0 Units
Fitness Center Training for Heart Health and Fat loss. Training is how to lower body fat, develop the cardiovascular
system, increase strength, muscular endurance and flexibility
through the use of circuit training. Heart rate monitors will
be used to teach students how to train safely and efficiently
within their target heart rate zone. Students will learn how
to access fitness, training and wellness information online.
Computerized accountability will aid students in a variety of
training principles.
If you have never been enrolled in the Aerobic Super Circuit
or Fitness 2009/2010, you must enroll in one of the following courses and be able to attend the orientation. After the
orientation, you will be able to attend class anytime the Fitness Center is open. You must come to the Orientation with
EVERYTHING listed below: Be enrolled, Have ID card, Heart
Rate Monitor Strap (available from the bookstore), Towel,
Stay the entire orientation (approx. 3 hours), and Dressed in
workout clothes and shoes.
D 22200 MTWTh 4.5 hrs TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk TBA
Orientation: Thursday, August 18, 9:00 a.m.
PHED 2FFE FITNESS FOR EVERYONE 2
1.0 Units
Designed for students whose schedules do not allow enrollment in a regularly scheduled class. Students will have the
flexibility of attending a variety of
classes in the following
areas: Walking/Jogging for Fitness, Aerobics and Aquatics. In
order to qualify, students must attend a one hour mandatory
orientation. Please attend the orientation(s) of your choice.
Upon
completion, an Identification Card will be issued in
order to participate. The class is graded “credit/no credit”
with a minimum number of classes required.
D 20484 Daily 3.0 Hrs/TBA 2500 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Fitness Orientation times are: Tuesday, August 24, 12:00 Noon;
Thursday, August 26, 12:00 Noon; Tuesday, August 31, 1:15 and
6:00pm. Orientations are schedule in room 2614. Every student
must pick up an Identification Card from instructor after the first
day of the semester.
PHED 2FFI FITNESS FOR EVERYONE-INTERMED2 1.0 Units
Designed for students whose schedules do not allow enrollment in the traditional class settings. Students may participate in these areas following a required orientation. Walking/
Jogging for Fitness, Aerobics and Aquatics.
D 20572 Daily 3.0 Hrs/TBA 2500 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Fitness Orientation times are: Tuesday, August 24, 12:00 Noon;
Thursday,
August 26, 12:00 Noon; Tuesday, August 31, 1:15
and 6:00pm. Orientations are schedule in room 2614. Every
student must pick up an Identification Card from instructor after
the first day of the semester.
PHED 3F09 FITNESS HEART/HLT/FAT LOSS III
1.5 Units
Fitness Center Training for Heart Health and Fat loss. Training is how to lower body fat, develop the cardiovascular
system, increase strength, muscular endurance and flexibility
through the use of circuit training. Heart rate monitors will
P/N
D 22201 MTWTh 4.5 hrs TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk TBA
P/N
Orientation: Monday, August 23, 9:00 a.m.
D 22202 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 003
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Tuesday, August 24, 5:15 p.m.
D 22203 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 004
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Wednesday, August 25, 5:15 p.m.
D 22204 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 005
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, August 26, 9:00 a.m.
D 22206 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 006
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, August 30, 9:00 a.m.
D 22207 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 007
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, September 2, 9:00 a.m.
D 22208 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 008
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Wednesday, September 8, 5:15 p.m.
D 22211 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 009
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk TBA
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, September 9, 5:15 p.m.
D 22205 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 010
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Monday, September 13, 9:00 a.m.
D 22209
MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 011
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Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
Orientation: Thursday, September 16, 9:00 a.m.
P/N
D 22210 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 012
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Monday, September 20, 9:00 a.m.
D 22212 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 013
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, September 23, 9:00 a.m.
D 22213 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 014
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Monday, September 27, 9:00 a.m.
E 22214 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 015
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, August 19, 5:15 p.m.
E 22215 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 016
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Monday, August 23, 5:15 p.m.
E 22216 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 017
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, August 26, 5:15 p.m.
E 22217 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 018
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Monday, August 30, 5:15 p.m.
E 22218 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2900 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 019
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Tuesday, August 31, 5:15 p.m.
E 22219 MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 020
Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk
TBA
P/N
Orientation: Wednesday, September 1, 5:15 p.m.
E 22605 Lec By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 08/18-12/21 P/N 023
MTWTh 4.5 Hrs/TBA 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, September 13, 5:15 p.m.
PHED 2GBW GUTS AND BUTTS WORKOUT 2
1.0 Units
Reduce, shape, tone and strengthen the abdominal region
and the buttocks and thigh areas through a series of exercises and music.
D 20729 MW 7:30 8:45 2728 VILCHE
08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20779 MW 9:00 10:15 2728 FRIEND 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 20515 MW 10:30 11:45 2728 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 20478 TTh 7:30 8:45 2728 VILCHE
08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 21074 TTh 9:00 10:15 2728 VILCHE
08/18-12/21 OP 005
D 20730 TTh 10:30 11:45 2728 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 006
D 20870 Fri 9:00 11:50 2728 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 007
E 22183 MW 6:00 7:15 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 071
E 20867 MW 7:30 8:45 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 072
PHED 2LEC LAW ENFORCEMENT PHYSICAL COND 1.0 Units
Designed to prepare the administration of justice student
for pre-employment physical ability testing, physical aspects
of the Police Academy, and the maintenance of fitness and
wellness as in incumbent police officer. Course sessions will
address aerobic and strength training, muscular endurance,
nutrition and weight management, agility, coordination, and
balance exercises. Students will undergo physical assessment
at the onset and conclusion of the semester.
D 21162 MW 10:30 11:45 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21315 Mon 6:00 8:50 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
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PHED 2PFL PHYSICAL FIT-LAW ENFORCEMENT
1.0 Units
Designed to prepare the administration of justice student
for pre-employment physical ability testing, physical aspects
of the Police Academy, and the maintenance of fitness and
wellness as an incumbent. Course sessions will address
aerobic and strength training, muscular endurance, nutrition
and weight management, agility, coordination, balance and
flexibility. An emphasis will be placed on injury prevention and
back care. Students will undergo physical assessment at the
onset and conclusion of the semester.
D 21689 MW 10:30 11:45 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21690 Mon 6:00 8:50 2904 PASTORE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2WJL WALK/JOG UNDER LIGHTS 2
1.0 Units
Workout under the lights of the Chabot Football Field. Walk
or jog to increase cardiovascular endurance as well as
increase tone and flexibility. It’s never too dark.
E 22195 Wed 5:00 7:50 TRACK GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2PIL PILATES BASED EXERCISE 2
1.0 Units
A gentle non-aerobic form of exercise used to build core
strength and long lean muscles, bringing the body into balance, while improving posture and toning throughout.
D 21329 TTh 9:00 10:15 2900 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 22186 MW 12:00 1:15 2900 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 002
E 21618 TTh 8:00 9:15 2728 WILLIAMSON 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2WFI WEIGHT TRAIN FOR EVERYONE INT
1.0 Units
Development of strength, muscular endurance and flexibility
through the use of a weight training circuit. Enhancement of
the basic weight lifting exercises and techniques learned in
the basic Weight Training for Everyone.
D 21878 Daily 3.0 Hrs/TBA 2706 DROUIN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2PLS PILATES/STABILITY BALL
1.0 Units
Go beyond the basic Pilates mat class by adding an element of instability, the stability ball. Integration of the basic
movements of beginning Pilates with various exercises using
the stability ball. Designed to provide an in-depth and well
rounded approach to building functional strength in the body
with an emphasis on the core and stabilizing muscles.
D 21891 TTh 7:30 8:45 2900 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2PWJ POWER WALKING/JOGGING 2
1.0 Units
Individualized activity of walking or jogging designed to burn
fat and increase levels of fitness and energy.
D 21622 TTh 10:30 11:45 FIELD DAPRATO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2SP SPORTS CONDITIONING 2
1.0 Units
Fitness program designed for those interested in participation in intercollegiate athletics.
D 21892 MW 1:30 2:45 2706 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21893 TTh 1:30 2:45 2706 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 22184 TTh 1:30 2:45 2900 SIROY
08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 22185 TTh 2:30 3:45 BFLD TAVIS
08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 22863 TTh 7:30 8:45 2706 SPENCER 08/18-12/21 OP 005
PHED 2SA STEP AEROBICS 2
1.0 Units
Aerobic development through coordinated stepping movements with emphasis on cardiovascular improvement, muscle
tone and decreased body fat.
E 20485 MW 6:00 7:15 2728 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 1SSR STRETCH, STRENGTHEN/RELAXATION 0.5 Units
A selection of stretching and strengthening exercises that
will promote strength and improve breathing patterns and
methods of relaxation.
S 20768 Sat 10:00 11:50 2728 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 1WJL WALK/JOG UNDER LIGHTS
0.5 Units
Workout under the lights of the Chabot Football Field. Walk
or jog to increase cardiovascular endurance as well as
increase tone and flexibility. It’s never too dark.
E 22470 Wed 5:15 7:05 TRACK GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
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PHED 2WFF WALKING FOR FITNESS
1.0 Units
Individualized activity of walking to build endurance and
muscle tone while burning fat.
D 21621 TTh 10:30 11:45 FIELD DAPRATO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 22194 Wed 5:00 7:50 TRACK GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2WFE WEIGHT TRAINING FOR EVERYONE 2 1.0 Units
Developing strength, muscular endurance and flexibility
through the use of a weight training circuit.
D 21623 Daily 3.0 Hrs/TBA 2706 DROUIN 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
The course is designed to provide the students whose schedules
do not allow enrollment in traditional weight lifting classes.
Students may participate in any designated weight training class
with the approval of the instructor for each course. Students
must follow the program of the class they attend and will be expected to adhere to all of the guidelines for individual courses.
Orientations will be held on August 19, 12:00pm; August 23,
12:00pm; August 24, 12:00 & 6:00pm; August 25, 12:00pm;
August 30, 12:00 & 6:00pm; August 31, 12:00pm; September 1,
12:00 & 6:00pm; September 2, 12:00pm. Arrangements can be
made by contacting the instructor at 510-723-3933 for orientation as well.
PHED 2WT WEIGHT TRAINING 2
1.0 Units
Instruction and supervision of students with individualized fitness programs using free weights to develop fitness, muscle
tone and strength.
D 21349 MW 12:00 1:15 2706 FRIEND 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21350 TTh 12:00 1:15 2706 BARTON 08/18-12/21 OP 002
PHED 2WTC WEIGHT TRAINING CIRCUIT 2
1.0 Units
Phase-specific circuit training to develop strength, muscular
endurance and flexibility.
D 21334 MW 9:00 10:15 2706 DAVIS 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 21333 MW 10:30 11:45 2706 DAVIS 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
D 21359 TTh 9:00 10:15 2706 DAVIS 08/18-12/21 P/N 003
E 21336 MW 4:30 5:45 2706 TAVIS
08/18-12/21 P/N 071
PHED 2WIW WOMEN’S WEIGHT TRAINING-INT
1.0 Units
Physical Education activity in the area of body mechanics.
Designed to provide basic information to students wishing to
improve their physical fitness through the use of machines,
free weights, bikes and treadmills. Material is predicated
upon the use of sound physiological principles.
D 21935 TTh 10:30 11:45 2706 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2WW WOMEN’S WEIGHT TRAINING 2
1.0 Units
Individualized weight training programs using Universal
machines in order to burn fat and develop fitness, tone and
strength. Designed for women.
D 21636 TTh 10:30 11:45 2706 VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
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PHED 2YCS YOGA CORE STRETCHING
1.0 Units
Designed to present a number of exercises which will increase muscle endurance and strength in the muscles which
support the spine. It will incorporate the awareness used in
core strengthening and apply it to a safe practice of Hatha
yoga. The student will practice traditional yoga postures in
addition to breathing exercises and methods of relaxation.
D 21648 MW 1:30 2:45 2728 ALTENBACH 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 22124 MW 12:00 1:15 2728 ALTENBACH 08/18-12/21 OP 002
PHED 1BDI BADMINTON-BEGINNING/INTERMED 0.5 Units
Instruction in the fundamental skills of badminton with emphasis on strategy for singles, doubles and mixed doubles.
S 20695 Sat 10:00 11:50 2500 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 3TCG TRAINING FOR COMPETITIVE GOLF
1.5 Units
Designed to give the student instruction and playing competitive golf beyond the advanced level of play. The student will
learn advanced skill and rules, tournament formats, course
etiquette, course management and the mental side of the
game. The course will emphasize the index/handicap system
of scoring, skills and analysis and strategies in order to play
competitive golf on an 18 hole golf course.
D 21632 TTh 1:30 3:45 TBA PAPACHRISTO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 1YO YOGA
0.5 Units
Practice and principles of Hatha Yoga with emphasis on
exercises for improved body alignment, joint flexibility, muscle
tone and breathing.
S 20762 Sat 10:00 11:50 2728 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2BDT BADMINTON-TOURNAMENT
1.0 Units
A competitive experience emphasizing the fundamentals of
strategies in single
and doubles.
D 20968 Fri 9:00 11:50 2500 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2YO YOGA 2
1.0 Units
Practice and principles of Hatha Yoga with emphasis on
exercises for improved body alignment, joint flexibility, muscle
tone and breathing.
D 20600 MW 12:00 1:15 2728 ALTENBACH 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20655 MW 3:00 4:15 2728 ALTENBACH 08/18-12/21 OP 002
PHED 1BDC COMPETITIVE BADMINTON
0.5 Units
Competitive Badminton is designed for the intermediate to
advanced badminton player to develop competitive skills and
experience. Class activity includes consultation to determine status, discussion and feedback on developing sound
strategy, drills to promote improvement based on individual
needs, and intra-class competition.
S 20874 Sat 10:00 11:50 2500 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2YOC CONTINUING YOGA
1.0 Units
Yoga asanas, balance postures, breathing exercises, and
sequence work requiring more strength than needed in the
regular yoga class. Designed for the experienced yoga student who wishes to challenge the basic yoga postures with
more advanced variations.
D 22592 MW 12:00 1:15 2728 ALTENBACH 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 1BDT TOURNAMENT BADMINTON
0.5 Units
A competitive experience emphasizing the fundamentals of
strategies in singles and doubles.
S 20696 Sat 8:00 9:50 2500 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHYSICAL EDUCATIONINDIVIDUAL SPORTS
PHED 2AR ARCHERY
1.0 Units
Techniques of shooting target archery with emphasis on
proper form. Equipment will be provided.
D 21722 MW 10:30 11:45 AFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20003 TTh 10:30 11:45 AFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
PHED 2ARA ARCHERY ADVANCED
1.0 Units
Designated to help the student retain the form acquired
through the basic and intermediate archery classes. In advanced archery, the competition is with yourself more that it
is against another archer. Your scores also provide a means
of comparing your skill with that of another archer. Prerequisite: PHED 2AR and PHED 2ARI.
D 21713 MW 10:30 11:45 AFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21347 TTh 10:30 11:45 AFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
PHED 2ARI INTERMEDIATE ARCHERY
1.0 Units
Intermediate Archery is designed for individuals who possess
basic archery skills, and who are familiar with basic archery
concepts. Class activity includes consultation to determine
status, observation, discussion and feedback designed to
promote improvement in shooting mechanics.
D 21712 MW 10:30 11:45 AFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP
001
D 20849 TTh 10:30 11:45 AFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
PHED 1BDD BASIC BADMINTON
0.5 Unit
Basic Badminton is designed for the novice badminton player
to develop basic skills and experience. Class activity includes
discussion, observation and feedback on developing sound
mechanics, strategy, drills, and intra-class competition.
S 20873 Sat 8:00 9:50 2500 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2BDI BADMINTON-BEGINNING/INTERMED 2 1.0 Units
Instruction in the fundamental skills of badminton with emphasis on strategy for singles, doubles and mixed doubles.
D 20967 Fri 9:00 11:50 2500 Staff - P 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2BL BOWLING 2
1.0 Units
Basic skills with emphasis on form, terminology and scoring.
League play.
D 20740 Tue 1:15 4:05 TBA BOTELHO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Bowling class will meet at Manor Bowl (first class session),
located at 887 Manor Blvd, San Leandro. Students must provide
their own transportation. $30 facility fee required, payable to
the facility first day of class.
PHED 2BLL BOWLING-LEAGUE
1.0 Units
Experience the excitement of bowling in a competitive league
Individual averages, handicaps and league standings will be
recorded.
D 20502 Tue 1:15 4:05 TBA BOTELHO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Bowling class will meet at Manor Bowl (first class session),
located at 887 Manor Blvd, San Leandro. Students must provide
their own transportation. $30 facility fee required, payable to
the facility first day of class.
PHED 2GBI GOLF-BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE
1.0 Units
Designed to give students instruction and practice in the
fundamental skills basic to golf. Skills, rules, etiquette, safety
and course layouts will be covered.
D 21660 MW 10:30 11:45 *156 DAPRATO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Offsite room *156 meets at the Mission Hills Golf Course, 375
Industrial Parkway, Hayward. First class meeting held on campus, in room 2614.
Offsite room *052 meets at the LAS POSITAS GOLF COURSE,
909 Clubhouse Drive, Livermore, CA.First class meeting held in
Main Gymnasium, bldg. 2500. Subsequent classes held at Las
Positas Golf Course. Students must provide their own transportation. $45 facility fee required, payable to the facility.
PHED 2RB RACQUETBALL 2
1.0 Units
Basic skills of racquetball including strategies in singles and
doubles.
E 20516 Tue 6:00 8:50 2908 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2RBF FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS RACQUETBALL 1.0 Units
This course is designed to provide the beginning student
with an opportunity to acquire basic and fundamental skills
in racquetball. He/she should have an awareness of safety
procedures, care of equipment, and the proper process for
warming up.
E 22553 Tue 6:00 8:50 2908 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2RFF SPORT RACQUETBALL FOR FITNESS2 1.0 Units
Designed to provide the intermediate and advance racquetball student with a general review of all skills taught in
P.E. Racquetball and to prepare the student for competition
in racquetball tournaments. Through participation in this
course the student should be able to maintain an adequate
level of physical fitness and develop skills and attitude
necessary to compete in tournament competition. Safety will
continually be stressed in this class.
E 22628 Tue 6:00 8:50 2908 SIROY 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
PHED 2RTS ADV RACQUETBALL TECHNIQ/STR II
1.0 Units
Advanced Racquetball preparation. Skills level testing,
strategies for success, and advanced techniques stressed.
Designed to prepare individual for Tournament level play.
E 21851 Tue 6:00 8:50 2908 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 1TNI TENNIS-BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE
0.5 Units
Instruction in the basic fundamentals of tennis including the
forehand, backhand and serve. Also includes singles and
doubles.
S 22189 Sat 10:00 11:50 COURT MORRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2TNI TENNIS-BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE2 1.0 Units
Instruction in the basic fundamentals of tennis including the
forehand, backhand and serve. Also includes singles and
doubles.
D 22918 TTh 10:30 11:45 COURT Staff - P 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 22187 TTh 5:30 6:45 COURT MORRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2GBS GOLF-BEGINNING AND SHORT GAME2 1.0 Units
Designed to give students instruction and practice in the fundamental skills
basic to golf. Emphasis on short game.
D 21084 MW 10:30 11:45 *156 DAPRATO 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
PHED 1TN2 TENNIS-NOVICE-LEVEL 2
0.5 Units
For students who have had elementary instruction but have
played very little since. For others who know the general
idea of strokes, tactics and strategy, but have played too little
to be able to apply their strokes to play.
S 22190 Sat 10:00 11:50 COURT MORRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 082
S 20743
PHED 2TN2 TENNIS-NOVICE-LEVEL 2
1.0 Units
For students who have had elementary instruction but have
played very little since. For others who know the general idea
Offsite room *156 meets at the Mission Hills Golf Course, 375
Industrial Parkway, Hayward. First class meeting held on campus, in room 2614.
Sat 1:30 4:20
FIELD COWAN
08/18-12/21 P/N 082
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of strokes, tactics and strategy, but have played too little to
be able to apply their strokes to play.
E 22188 TTh 5:30 6:45 COURT MORRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 41 WOMEN’S INTERCOLLEGIATE BSKTBL
1.0 Units
Training for intercollegiate competition. Daily practice.
D 21015 MWF 12:00 12:50 2500 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
TTh 4:00 4:50 2500
OP
PHED 2TKD TAE-KWON-DO
1.0 Units
Designed to acquaint the beginning student with the history
and elementary art of tae-kwon-do while improving physical
and mental development.
D 20769 TTh 10:30 11:45 2900 ALOI
08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 20486 Th 6:30 9:20 2900 DE GUZMAN 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2TI3 TENNIS-INTERMEDIATE-LEVEL 3
1.0 Units
Review of the techniques of the forehand and backhand
drives and volleys, varieties of serves, lobs, and smashes;
instruction in court strategy for singles and doubles; use of
spin on all shots for control and variety.
S 22193 Sat 12:00 2:50 COURT MORRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2TA4 TENNIS-ADVANCE-LEVEL 4
1.0 Units
Review of fundamental strokes and shots with emphasis on
provisions for individual differences and preferences while
emphasizing mechanically sound techniques. Practice in using
a variety of game plans and in playing against those plans.
Drill covering five basic play situations: serving, returning
serves, baseline rallies, going to the net and playing the
net, and playing against the net player. Competition will be
provided in the form of “play for practice”.
S 22192 Sat 12:00 2:50 COURT MORRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2TNT TENNIS - TOURNAMENT 2
1.0 Units
A competitive experience designed for students with prior
knowledge of tennis skills.
D 22919 TTh 10:30 11:45 COURT Staff - P 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21894 TTh 5:30 6:45 COURT MORRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 3TCN TRAINING COMPETITIVE TENNIS
1.5 Units
Designed for the student who wants to become competitive
in the sport of tennis. Students will train, practice, and study
the techniques and skills needed to become successful in
tennis.
D 21634 TTh 3:00 5:15 COURT Staff - P 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2TT TABLE TENNIS 2
1.0 Units
Instruction in the basic fundamentals of table tennis including
strategies of singles and doubles.
D 20431 MW 9:00 10:15 2500 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 3TCT TRAINING COMPET TRACK & FIELD
1.5 Units
Training, practice and the study of the techniques and skills
needed to be successful in track and field. Designed for the
student who wants to become competitive in the sport of
track and field.
D 21627 TTh 1:30 3:45 FIELD GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHYSICAL EDUCATIONINTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS
PHED 30 INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL
2.0 Units
Training for intercollegiate competition. Daily practice.
D 20893 Daily 4:00 5:50 FFLD CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 31 INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL
1.0 Units
Training for intercollegiate competition. Daily practice.
D 21014 Daily 3:00 3:50 2500 AYE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 38 INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER
2.0 Units
Training for intercollegiate competition. Daily practice.
D 20894 Daily 2:00 3:50 SFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 39 INTERCOLLEGIATE WRESTLING
2.0 Units
Training for intercollegiate competition. Daily practice.
D 20895 Daily 3:00 4:50 2900 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
60
WOMEN’S INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL
2.0 Units
Training for intercollegiate competition. Daily practice.
D 20896 TTh 12:00 1:50 2500 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
MWF 4:00 5:50 2500
OP
PHED 48 WOMEN’S INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER
2.0 Units
Training for intercollegiate competition. Daily practice.
D 20897 Daily 12:00 1:50 SFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-MARTIAL
ARTS
PHED 2AIK AIKIDO 2
1.0 Units
A non-competitive, non-fighting discipline comprising purely
defensive
techniques and principles of movement. Derived from Japanese warrior arts, this unique method of selfdefense neutralizes an attack, redirecting the aggressor’s
negative energy. Improves coordination while strengthening
mind and body.
S 21310 Sat 10:00 12:50 2900 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2IAK INTERMEDIATE AIKIDO
1.0 Units
An intermediate approach to a non-competitive, non-fighting
discipline comprising purely defensive techniques and
principles of movement. Derived from Japanese warrior arts,
this unique method of self-defense neutralizes an attack,
redirecting the aggressor’s negative energy. Improves coordination while strengthening mind and body.
S 21009 Sat 10:00 12:50 2900 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2JU JUDO 2
1.0 Units
Designed to acquaint the beginner with the history and
elementary arts of judo while improving physical and mental
development.
D 20004 MW 9:00 10:15 2900 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 20005 MW 6:00 7:15 2900 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2JUA JUDO - ADVANCED
1.0 Units
Designed to acquaint the advance student with more
advanced judo techniques and be able to compete in judo
tournaments. It is also designed to improve physical development (Renshindo) and mental development (Shushindo). It
promotes many aspects of physical fitness, neuromuscular
development and mental discipline.
D 20775 MW 9:00 10:15 2900 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 20776 MW 6:00 7:15 2900 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2JUJ JUJITSU 2
1.0 Units
An oriental system of martial arts using anatomical knowledge and the principle of leverage against the strength and
weight of an aggressor.
S 21617 Sat 1:00 3:50 2900 HARRIS 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2ATK ADVANCED TAE-KWON-DO
1.0 Units
Advance course in Tae Kwon Do teaches the history and
advanced art of Tae Kwon Do while improving physical and
mental development.
D 22127 TTh 10:30 11:45 2900 ALOI
08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 21010 Th 6:30 9:20 2900 DE GUZMAN 08/18-12/21 OP 071
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SPORTS
PHED 3BBA BASEBALL - ADVANCED
2.0 Units
Physical education sections are organized to include activities
in four areas. Advanced baseball is included in the area of
team sports. This course is specifically designed to give the
student of advanced ability an opportunity to review and
practice the basic fundamental skills relative to the game of
baseball with other students of similar ability.
S 21635 Sat 8:00 11:50 BFLD FRIEND 08/18-12/21 OP 082
Sat 4.0 Hrs/TBA BFLD
OP
PHED 3TCB TRAINING -COMPETITIVE BASEBALL 1.5 Units
Specifically designed to give the student of advanced ability
an opportunity to train, review practice and learn the basic
fundamental skills to become competitive in the game of
baseball. Prerequisite: A student must have competed on
an intercollegiate team, a high school varsity team or its
equivalent to be eligible for the class.
D 21633 MWF 2:30 3:55 FIELD FRIEND 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2BKB BASKETBALL LEAGUE BEGINNING 2
1.0 Units
Designed to provide a beginning competitive opportunity to
the advanced student or a team with emphasis on basketball
strategies and team play.
S 21225 Sat 12:00 2:50 2500 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 082
S 21224 Sun 8:00 10:50 2500 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 083
PHED 2BKI BASKETBALL LEAGUE - INTERMEDIATE 1.0 Units
Designed to provide a competitive opportunity to the
advanced student or a team with an emphasis on basketball
strategies and team play.
S 20886 Sun 8:00 10:50 2500 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 082
PHED 2BHI HALF COURT BASKETBALL INTERMEDIATE 1.0 Units
Designed to provide an intermediate competitive level opportunity to the student or student-led team. Emphasis on
half court basketball strategies and team play.
S 22153 Sat 12:00 2:50 2500 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 082
S 22154 Sun 8:00 10:50 2500 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 083
PHED 2BKH HALF COURT BASKETBALL LEAGUE 2 1.0 Units
Designed to provide a beginning competitive opportunity to
the student or a team with an emphasis on half court basketball strategies and team play.
S 21644 Sat 12:00 2:50 2500 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 082
S 21645 Sun 8:00 10:50 2500 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 083
PHED 2BKT TOURNAMENT BASKETBALL 2
1.0 Units
Emphasis on basic skills of basketball strategies and team
play.
D 20477 MW 10:30 11:45 2500 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20512 TTh 10:30 11:45 2500 AYE
08/18-12/21 OP 002
$3.00 material fees will be assessed at time of registration.
E 21605
Th 6:00 8:50 2500 BARTON 08/18-12/21 OP 071
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PHED 3CBM TRAIN ADV-COMPT MEN BASKETBALL 1.5 Units
Designed to provide training in competitive basketball, for
male players, who have had previous high school level, or
higher experience, in basketball. All situation of play will be
taught with an emphasis on basketball strategies, physical
training and team play.
D 21628 Daily 2:00 2:50 2500 AYE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
through the development of mental skills and strategies for
stress control, imagery, goal setting and concentration.
D 21011 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 TBA DAPRATO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
personal fitness and nutritional plan. May not receive credit if
NUTR 57 has been completed.
O 21171 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRACE 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
PHED 16 COLLEGE SUCCESS FOR ATHLETES
1.0 Units
Designed to aid the student-athlete in developing realistic
expectations of college, explore academic programs, and
understand what is necessary to succeed in college while
competing in an intercollegiate sport. Rules and regulations
of the Commission on Athletics (COA), National Collegiate
Athletic Association (NCAA), and the National Association of
Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) will be defined. Eligibility and
transferring to a four-year institution will be explored.
O 20995 By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA DROUIN 08/18-10/15 GR EN1
PHED 58 NUTRITION - SPORTS/HUMAN PERFO
3.0 Units
An investigation into the role nutrition plays in sports and
human achievement. Determination of optimum hydration and
nutrient intake in relation to activity. May not receive credit if
NUTR 58 has been completed.
O 21338 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA DROUIN 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
PHED 2SC SOCCER
1.0 Units
Basic fundamentals of soccer including offensive and defensive strategies. Open to all skill levels.
D 20475 MW 9:00 10:15 SFLD IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2SI INDOOR SOCCER 2
1.0 Units
Basic skills of soccer, including passing, kicking, dribbling
and tackling.
D 20746 TTh 9:00 10:15 2500 IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 3TSB TRAINING COMPETITIVE SOFTBALL
1.5 Units
Designed to give the student the opportunity to review and
practice the fundamental skills of softball. Prerequisite: A
student must have competed on an interscholastic team or
its equivalent to be eligible for the class.
D 21646 MWF 2:00 3:50 SBFLD SPENCER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2VBI VOLLEYBALL-BEGINNING/INTERMED2 1.0 Units
Instruction in the basic fundamentals of volleyball including
offensive and defensive strategies, especially for beginners
and intermediate players.
E 20487 Mon 6:00 8:50 2500 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHED 2VBT VOLLEYBALL-TOURNAMENT
1.0 Units
Emphasis on basic skills of volleyball strategies and team
play.
E 20488 Mon 6:00 8:50 2500 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 071
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-THEORY
PHED 4 BASIC HEART RATE TRAINING
1.0 Units
Students learn how to improve fitness utilizing pulse and a
heart rate monitor. They will learn how to create a balanced
life long exercise program using heart rate as a guide.
E 21020 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TRACK GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PHED 4-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online/
PHED 6 PHYSICAL FITNESS ASSESSMENTS
0.5 Units
Physical Fitness Assessments will measure body composition,
flexibility, muscular strength and endurance. Students will
develop and understand a summary of their fitness status,
as well as an exercise prescription to maintain or improve
their physical fitness level.
O 22196 By Arr 0.5 Hrs/Wk TBA VILCHE 08/18-12/21 P/N ON1
All aspects of this course may be taken online with the exception
of the actual pre and post fitness assessments. In order to do so,
students must have an email account, internet access and MS
Word 97 (or later) before the first day of class. To begin, go to
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/PE For questions, call (510) 7237840. All students must complete orientation online. Following
orientation, students will select an appointment for the actual
fitness assessment scheduled in room 2904. Assessment times
are: Thursday, August 26, 1:00pm; Tuesday August 31, 12:00
Noon; Tuesday, August 31, 5:00pm.
PHED 15 PEAK PERF THRU MENTAL TRAINING
3.0 Units
Study of and practical experience in techniques for maximizing performance, especially in the areas of sport and dance,
PHED 16-EN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online/
PHED 17 INTRO ATHLETIC TRAINING
4.0 Units
Introduction to basic taping skills, therapeutic modalities, and
rehabilitation principles associated with the field of athletic
training. There is a strong emphasis on injury prevention,
recognition and management. Designed to be preparatory for
a career in athletic training.
D 20676 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 2642 MILLER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Tue 2:00 12:50 2902
OP
By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk 2902
OP
PHED 20 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3.0 Units
Survey of physical education with emphasis on the basic elements, foundations, career opportunities and the relationship
of physical education to other fields.
D 20999 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 2254 SAMMONS 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 23 SPORTS OFFICIATING
2.0 Units
Theory and practical application of sports officiating with emphasis on the rules, techniques and mechanics of officiating.
D 21165 Lec Fri 10:00 10:50 2642 QUEYREL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab Fri 11:00 1:50 TBA
OP
PHED 25 THEORY & TECH OFFENSIVE FOOTBAL
2.0 Units
Analysis and examination of various approaches to offensive
intercollegiate football. All aspects of offensive football; punt
return, point after touchdown and field goal kicking.
D 21000 Lec MW 3:00 3:50 2642 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 26 THEORY & TECH DEFENSIVE FOOTBAL 2.0 Units
Analysis and examination of various approaches to defensive
intercollegiate football. All aspects of defensive football; kick
off, punt rush, punt return and P.A.T./FG rush.
D 21001 Lec TTh 3:00 3:50 2642 CALCAGNO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 27 PRINCIPL/COACHING INTERSCHOLASTIC 2.0 Units
Theory, principles and ethics of coaching interscholastic
sports with emphasis on the fundamentals and techniques
of coaching. Course completion certificate available upon
completion (with grade of “C” or higher).
D 21002 Lec Fri 11:00 12:50 2642 IGWE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Fri 1:00 1:50 2642
OP
D 21003 Lec TTh 1:00 1:50 2614 AYE 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab Fri 1:00 1:50 2614
OP
PHED 57 NUTRITION FOR FITNESS/FAT LOSS
3.0 Units
Study the role that nutrition and activity play in developing
fitness and lowering body fat. Major concepts of fitness and
nutrition. Assessment of current fitness level, designing a
PHED 57-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online/
PHED 58-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PHED 59 LIFETIME FITNESS
3.0 Units
Lifetime Fitness is designed for students to take control of
their personal health and how to cope with the changes that
will occur in their physical abilities as they age. Includes
skills, techniques and information to help adapt activity
through the aging process with emphasis on physical activity
appropriate for age group.
O 21693 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA DROUIN 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PHED 59-ON1 is an online course, with no required on campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online/
PHED 61 COACHING INTERSCHOLAST SPORTS
3.0 Units
Coaching beyond the basics: ethics, physical training theories
and management principles. Research into successful leadership principles, skills and philosophies. Coaching effectiveness and team building dynamics.
O 22087 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA VILCHE 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PHED 61-ON1 is an online course, with no required on campus
meetings. Successful completion of course result in the granting
of a C. I. F. high school coaching certificate. C. I. F. rules stipulate coaches must possess this certificate by January 2009. For
important additional information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online/
PHED 62 INTRO PERSONAL FITNESS TRAININ
3.0 Units
Personal Fitness Training includes the areas of physical
activity and health, fitness evaluation, exercise prescription,
exercise for special populations, exercise programming and
the fundamentals of functional anatomy and exercise physiology as they pertain to personal training. Upon successful
completion of the course students will be eligible for the
National Certification Board Exam to attain certification in
Personal Training through the National Council on Strength
and Fitness.
O 21694 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PHED 62-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online/
PHYSICS
PHYS 2A INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS I
4.0 Units
Introduction to the major principles of classical mechanics
and electricity using pre-calculus mathematics. Includes
Newtonian mechanics, energy, gravitation, fluids, thermodynamics, vibration waves, and electrostatics. Prerequisite:
Mathematics 20 or 36, 37 or 38 (completed with a grade of
“C” or higher). CAN PHYS 2, PHYS SEQ A
D 21216 Lec MWF 8:30 9:20 1708 ALEXANDER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab MWF 9:25 10:15 1708
GR
E 20108 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 1714 ALEGRE 08/18-12/21 GR 071
Lab Wed 6:30 9:20 1714
GR
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PHYS 4A GENERAL PHYSICS I
5.0 Units
Introduction to the principles of Newtonian mechanics using
calculus as needed. Vectors, kinematics, dynamics, energy,
momentum, rotation, oscillations, gravitation, and fluids.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 1 (completed with a grade of “C”
or higher). CAN PHYS 8, PHYS SEQ B
D 21197 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 1904 DAVE 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Mon 3:00 3:50 1714
GR
Lab Fri 1:30 4:20 1714
GR
D 20109 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 1904 DAVE 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lec Wed 3:00 3:50 1714
GR
Lab Th 9:00 11:50 1714
GR
parties, participation and elections. Strongly recommended:
eligibility for English 1A. CAN GOVT 2
D 23070 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 506 PARKER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 23071 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 506 PARKER 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 23072 Lec MW 2:15 3:30 557 PARKER 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 23073 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 559 NOORI
08/18-12/21 OP 004
D 23074 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 506 NOORI
08/18-12/21 OP 005
E 23075 Lec Tue 5:30 8:35 553 NOORI 08/31-12/14 OP E71
O 23076 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ISAD 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PSY 1-EN2 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PHYS 4B GENERAL PHYSICS II
5.0 Units
Thermodynamics, electric fields, electric currents, magnetic
fields, induced currents, and alternating circuits. Prerequisite: Physics 4A and Mathematics 2 (both completed with a
grade of “C” or higher)CAN PHYS 12, PHYS SEQ B
D 20110 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 1708 ALEXANDER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lec Wed 3:00 3:50 1708
GR
Lab Fri 1:30 4:20 1708
GR
O 23077 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ISAD
PHYS 11 DESCRIPTIVE PHYSICS
4.0 Units
Motion, gravitation, heat, light, sound, electricity, magnetism,
atoms, and nuclei. Present day scientific problems and developments such as alternative energy sources, solar energy,
nuclear power, lasers, relativity and black holes. Designed
for non-majors in physical science. Includes an introduction
to laboratory principles and techniques with emphasis on the
basic concepts discussed in the class. May not receive credit
if Physics 10 or Physics 10L has been completed. Strongly
recommended: Mathematics 105 or 105L.
D 22734 Lec Tue 1:30 4:20 1714 ALEXANDER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Th 1:30 4:20 1714
GR
PHYS 18 PREPARATORY PHYSICS
3.0 Units
Basic problem solving techniques in mechanics as preparation for Physics 2A and Physics 4A. Methods and strategies
used to solve quantitative Physics problems. Intended for
liberal arts, mathematics, engineering, and science students.
Emphasis on group problem-solving activities, diversity in
problem-solving approaches, and detailed oral and written
presentation of solutions. Strongly recommended: Math
36 or Math 37 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or
equivalent.
D 22735 Lec TTh 3:00 4:15 1906 DAVE 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHYS 25 COMP METHODS ENGINEER/SCIENCE
3.0 Units
Methodology and techniques for solving engineering/science
problems using numerical-analysis computer-application
programs MATLAB and EXCEL. Technical computing and
visualization for mechanics, electrical circuits, biology, thermal
systems, fluid systems and other branches of science and
engineering. Prerequisite: Mathematics 1. Strongly recommended: Computer Application System 8 or Computer
Science 8. May not receive credit if Engineering 25 or
Mathematics 25 has been completed.
D 21567 Lec TTh 4:00 4:50 905 MAYER 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab Th 5:00 6:15 3906A
GR
Lab Tue 5:00 6:15 905
GR
POLITICAL SCIENCE
POSC 1 INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
3.0 Units
Introduction to the historical development of American political ideals and institutions including the United States Constitutions, civil liberties, civil rights, citizenship duties, political
POSC 1-ON1 is an online with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, go to http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online
POSC 12 INTRO CAL STATE AND LOCAL GOVT
3.0 Units
Organization and operation of government and politics at
the state, county and municipal level; emphasis on current
issues and the influences of historical, geographical, political,
economic and social factors on public policy. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 23078 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 506 PARKER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
POSC 20 COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT
3.0 Units
Contemporary forms of government, institutions and political
problems of selected national governments. Strongly recommended: Political Science 1 or 7 and eligibility for English 1A.
D 23079 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 559 NELSON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
POSC 30 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
3.0 Units
Introduction to international relations, politics, theories and
institutions with an emphasis on contemporary practices.
Strongly recommended: Political Science 1 or 7 and eligibility
for English 1A.
D 23080 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 506 PARKER 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3.0 Units
Introduction students to the scientific study of behavior and
mental processes. Provides an overview of major psychological concepts and theories in such areas as consciousness,
learning, memory, motivation, perception, personality, stress,
and social behavior. Strongly recommended: English 1A.
D 22644 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 556 ESTEPA 08/18-12/21 GR 002
D 22645 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 556 ESTEPA 08/18-12/21 GR 003
D 22646 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 556 ESTEPA 08/18-12/21 GR 004
D 22647 Lec TTh 7:30 8:45 552 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 005
D 22648 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 556 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 006
D 22649 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 555 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 GR 007
D 22651 Lec TTh 3:00 4:15 504 DICKINSON 08/18-12/21 GR 008
D 22650 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 556 NIJJAR 08/18-12/21 GR 009
D 22652 Lec TTh 1:30 2:45 556 NIJJAR
08/18-12/21 GR 010
E 22653 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 553 RAHMANY 08/18-12/21 GR 071
E 22654 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 504 PIERSON 08/18-12/21 GR 072
E 22655 Lec Th 7:00 9:50 553 RAHMANY 08/18-12/21 GR 073
O 22657 By Arr 4.1 Hrs/Wk TBA NIJJAR 09/07-12/03 GR EN1
PSY 1-EN1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
O 22658 By Arr 4.1 Hrs/Wk TBA NIJJAR
62
08/18-12/21 OP ON2
POSC-ON2 is an online with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, go to http://www.
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09/07-12/03 GR EN2
O 22659 By Arr 4.1 Hrs/Wk TBA ESTEPA
09/07-12/03 GR EN3
O 22660 By Arr 4.1 Hrs/Wk TBA ESTEPA
09/07-12/03 GR EN4
PSY 1-EN3 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PSY 1-EN4 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
O 22661 By Arr 4.1 Hrs/Wk TBA PIERSON 09/07-12/03 GR EN5
PSY 1-EN5 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
O 22662 By Arr 4.1 Hrs/Wk TBA PIERSON 09/07-12/03 GR EN6
PSY 1-EN6 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
S 22715 Lec Sat 8:00 9:50 TBA EGUSA
By Arr 3.1 Hrs/Wk TBA
08/21-12/04 GR EPN
GR
PSY 1-EPN is a hybrid course with required on-campus meetings on Saturday, Aug 21, 28; Oct 2; Nov 6; Dec 4; 8:00-9:50
am, room 505. For important additional information, go to
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PSY 2 PSYCHOLOGICAL METHODOLOGY
3.0 Units
Introduction to scientific method in the study of human
and animal behavior. Designing, performing, and reporting
behavioral science experiments and surveys. Fundamentals
of research design, hypothesis testing, and reasoning in
inferential statistics. Strongly recommended: Psychology 1.
D 22663 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 557 PIERSON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 22664 Lec Tue 1:30 4:20 552 PIERSON 08/18-12/21 GR 002
PSY 6 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
3.0 Units
An overview of the field of abnormal psychology. Introduces
students to the major classifications of mental health disorders from the perspective of symptoms and behavior, causes,
diagnosis and treatment. Examines historical, socio-cultural
and contemporary understanding of mental illness. Includes
disorders of mood, anxiety, psychosis, substance abuse, personality and other disorders in adults and children. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 22665 Lec MW 12:00 1:15 553 BARDE 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 22666 Lec Wed 1:30 4:20 556 NIJJAR 08/18-12/21 GR 002
PSY 8 HUMAN SEXUALITY
3.0 Units
Physiological and psychosocial aspects of sexual health in
our contemporary society. Understanding the interrelationship of attitude and behavior as it relates to sexual well-being
and sexual integrity. May not receive credit if Health 8 or
Sociology 8 has been completed.
E 22667 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 557 Staff-So 08/18-12/21 GR 071
PSY 12 LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY
3.0 Units
Introduction to the psychological, physiological, sociocultural and socio-historical factors influencing development
from conception through death. Emphasis on the process
of normal development and its variations. Examination of
theoretical models and research for practical application.
D 22668 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 555 MOFIDI 08/18-12/21 GR 001
E 22669 Lec Wed 5:25 8:45 *225 DICKINSON08/25-12/09 GR SL1
PSY 12-SL1 is an off-campus course that meets at Chabot
College-SAN LEANDRO CENTER located at 1448 Williams
Street, San Leandro. For directions and further information see
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
PSY 33 PERSONAL & SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT
3.0 Units
Personality and behavior theory, personality assessment, and
techniques of increasing personal effectiveness; basic human
nature and the development of human potentialities through
genetic inheritance, maturation and learning in a physical
and socio-cultural environment; dynamics of individual and
group behavior, motivation, stress, adjustive and maladjustive behavior and group andindividual interaction. Strongly
recommended: English 1A or 52A.
E 22848 Lec Wed 6:30 9:50 859 GRIMM 08/25-12/08 GR EP1
tunities in the world of work. Designed for those undecided
or uncertain about their career and educational plans. (May
not receive credit if Psychology-Counseling 10A or 10B has
been completed.)
D 20205 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 318 WILSON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 20949 Lec Wed 12:00 1:50 805 D ALOISIO 08/18-12/21 OP 002
O 21682 By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ASHRAF 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
taking and test-taking strategies. Use of modeling, practice
and evaluation of study skill techniques.
D 20207 Lec MW 9:30 10:20 1715 WILSON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21537 Lec TTh 10:30 11:20 320 GENERA 08/18-12/21 OP 002
O 22670 By Arr 2.0 Hrs/Wk TBA HARBIN 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PSYCHOLOGY-COUNSELING
PSCN 1 INTRO PSCN IN A MULTI-CULT ENV
3.0 Units
Intro to psychology-counseling theory, skills, techniques, and
processes in working with individuals and/or groups. Multiculturalism in American society. Emphasis placed on issues
and processes of a minority-majority environment. Includes
review of demographics, social services, community agencies, and
intervention programs. Fundamental counseling techniques, counseling theory and socio-cultural issues
related to working in the “service provider” role. Strongly
recommended: eligibility for English 1A and completion of
Psychology-Counseling 13.
D 20872 Lec Wed 9:00 11:50 2252 DALE 08/18-12/21 OP A01
PSCN 2 INTRO CASE MGMT FOR HUMAN SERVICES 3.0 Units
Introduction to case management theory, models and
techniques. Multicultural issues affecting case management
theory. Emphasis placed on case management philosophy,
ethical issues, concepts and practices. Analysis of needs,
documentation and confidentiality and individualized consumer plan development. Analysis of inter-agency collaboration.
Includes issues of monitoring an ongoing case management
plan and maintaining consumer commitment to plan
success. Designed to provide students with knowledge in case
management theory implementation for Human Service,
Social Work and/or Mental Health. Strongly recommended:
Psychology-Counseling 1.
O 21114 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA HARBIN 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PSCN 2-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PSCN 901 PERSONAL GROWTH I
1.0 Units
Designed to provide academic and personal counseling to
students with disabilities in a support group environment.
D 20426 Lec Mon 1:30 2:20 2408 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
PSCN 902 PERSONAL GROWTH II
1.0 Units
Designed to provide academic and personal counseling to
students with disabilities in a support group environment.
D 20427 Lec Tue 2:30 3:20 2408 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
PSCN 903 PERSONAL GROWTH III
1.0 Units
Designed to provide academic and personal counseling to
students with disabilities in a support group environment.
D 21174 Lec Th 2:30 3:20 2408 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
PSCN 904 PERSONAL GROWTH IV
1.0 Units
Designed to provide academic and personal counseling to
students with disabilities in a support group environment.
E 21175 Lec Wed 5:00 5:50 2408 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
PSCN 10 CAREER AND EDUCATION PLANNING
2.0 Units
Exploration of the concept of educational/career planning
focusing on personal career development through selfassessment, psychological testing, and individual counseling. Emphasis on clarification of individual interests, values,
needs, and abilities and investigation of occupational oppor-
PSCN 10-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
INTERPERSONAL
RELATIONSHIPS
PSCN 11 “THE ART OF
MASTERING RELATIONSHIPS”
Relationshipsbegin,andend,withyou.Soifyou
arenotgettingwhatyouwant,andarereadyto
focusonmakingapositivechange,thisisaclass
foryou!
Courseincludesself-exploration,personality
assessment,groupprocessandmore.Improve
interpersonalcommunication,enhanceself-esteem,
learnyourrelationshipstyleandhowtoget“more
ofwhatyouwant”inrelationshipsandlife.
For more information, contact instructor
ValJean Dale at 510.723.6615 or email [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu.
PSCN 11 INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
2.0 Units
Exploration of behavior in interactions with others. Designed
to improve interpersonal relationships for the benefit of
academic, career, and personal development.
D 21681 Lec Mon 12:00 1:50 2254 DALE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Learn the “Art of Mastering Relationships”. Relationships
begins and end with you, so if you are ready to focus on making
positive changes, this class if for you! Course includes selfexploration, personality assessment, group process and more.
Improve interpersonal communication, enhance self-esteem,
learn your relationship style and how to get “more of what you
want” in relationships and life.
PSCN 12 SELF-ESTEEM FOR SUCCESS
2.0 Units
Exploration of causes of low self-esteem, methods for building self-esteem and habits for success. Designed to improve
self-esteem to ensure academic success.
D 22343 Lec Mon 12:00 1:50 317 D ALOISIO 08/18-12/21 GR 001
PSCN 10-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PSCN 18 UNIVERSITY/TRANSFER PLANNING
1.0 Units
Resources and planning process needed to ease transition
from a community college to a four-year college or university.
Development of a transfer action plan. Preparation for major
and general education requirements. Application cycles and
important deadlines Recommended for those transferring to
four-year colleges or universities.
D 20635 Lec MW 10:30 11:27 3922 WILSON 08/18-10/11 OP E01
PSCN 20 THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE
2.0 Units
Academic programs, college policies, student rights and responsibilities, graduation and transfer requirements, student
services, campus resources and activities. Designed for first
time, returning, and re-entry students to ease transition
into college and maximize successful matriculation through
college towards academic/vocational goals. May not be taken
for credit if General Studies 20 has been completed.
D 20247 Lec MW 10:30 11:20 3934 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 21647 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 1729 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 OP 002
D 21904 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 859 GARCIA 08/18-12/21 OP 003
D 20575 Lec Mon 12:45 2:35 805 PARADA 08/18-12/21 OP PUE
PSCN 20-PUE is part of the Puente Project, a one-year pretransfer program open to all students who meet the eligibility
criteria. The content of the course includes Hispanic-American
issues. All students will be required to participate in all program activities. Students will simultaneously enroll in English
102-PU1 or English 102-PU2. For further information contact
PUENTE Counselor in the Counseling Department.
PSCN 21 STRATEGIES FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS
1.0 Units
Introduction to practical strategies for success in college.
Topics include college policies, graduation and transfer
requirements, and campus resources. (May not receive credit
if Psychology-Counseling 20 or General Studies 20 has been
completed.)
D 22527 Lec Tue 8:45 9:35 *175 GENERA 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Offsite room *175 meets at TENNYSON HIGH SCHOOL (Rm.
F-15), 2703 Whitman Road, Hayward.
D 21882 Lec MW 1:00 1:50 861 Staff - Co 09/01-10/27 OP TRO
Coping With Life Challenges
PSCN 22
PSCN 13 MULTICULTURAL ISSUES/AMERICA
3.0 Units
Exploration of issues relating to the multicultural community
in which we live. Focus on improving the individual’s understanding of other cultures and how those cultures impact
the American lifestyle. Includes exploration of myths and
misunderstandings. Discussion of four specific cultures or
sub-cultures from the following groups: 1) African-American,
2) Asian-American, 3) Hispanic-American, 4) Native-American, 5) Middle Eastern-American, 6) European-American, 7)
Gay/Lesbian American, 8) Disabled American.
O 20950 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA HARBIN 08/18-12/21 OP AN1
Knowing “what to do” and “how to cope” is not an
inborn talent; it is a set of skills that can be developed--especially with the help of the series of topics
presented in this short course.
Join the discussions of specific life challenges and
learn practical coping skills to deal with them.
Who should attend: Anybody and everybody!
PSCN 15 COLLEGE STUDY SKILLS
2.0 Units
Review of study skill techniques for success in college. Time
management, personal learning style, active listening, note-
PSCN 22 COLLEGE SUCCESS LECTURE SERIES
0.5 Units
Workshop format focusing on practical strategies for success
in college. Academic and/or career goal setting; transitioning
and adapting to higher education; educational planning for
graduation and/or transfer; support services and campus
resources; majors and careers; plus other topics as student
needs are identified. Designed for all students to maximize
PSCN 13-AN1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
For questions call or email:
[email protected] or call 510-723-6615
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their potential with emphasis on enhancing the new student’s
transition into college.
D 22671 Lec Wed 4:00 4:50 506 DALE 09/15-10/20 P/N E01
D 20951 Lec Tue 1:00 2:15 1609 PARADA 08/18-12/21 P/N PUE
O 21798 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MUMFORD 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
RECREATION AND
REHABILITATION THERAPIES
Psychology-Counseling
Degree& Certificates!
Associate Degree in
PSCN-Human Services
REST 81A LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE
3.0 Units
California law as applied to real estate problems; origin and
sources of California real estate law; contracts in general;
real estate contracts; law of agency and regulation of
agents; classification of property; easements; acquisition and
transfer of interests of property; methods and incidents of
ownership; land description; recordation. Strongly recommended: Real Estate 80.
O 20841 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MUMFORD 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
MajorbuildsoncoursesrequiredforService
ProviderCertificate.Providesadditional
psychologicalorsociologicaltheoryplusan
introductiontoCaseManagementSkills.
Includeshands-onexperience.
Service Provider Certificate
Providesintroductiontopsychology-
counselingskillsneededtoworkinahuman
serviceenvironmentorsocialservicesetting.
Self Awareness Certificate
Designedforstudentsinterestedin
conductingaself-assessmentaspartofa
personaldevelopmentplan.
Case Management Certificate
Designedforstudentsinterestedin
developingskillsinmaintaingcasefilesin
anysocialorhumanservicesenvironment.
For information contact:
Carey Harbin, 510.723.6738
PSCN 28 ORIENTATION / INTERNL STUDENTS
1.0 Units
Intro to American culture and Society and orientation to the
American educational system for the foreign-visa student.
Introduction to idiomatic use of English and development of
basic study skills. Required for all foreign-visa students.
D 21558 Lec Th 11:00 11:50 3934 ASHRAF 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PSCN 28-001 is a course designed for students attending
Chabot College from another country under a special student
visa status. The course will focus on issues related to succeeding in the American System of higher education and Chabot
College specially. International students will also be oriented to
the requirements for maintaining their special student visa status
while attending college in the United States.
PSCN 36 WOMEN IN TRANSITION
1.0 Units
A first step back to school for women facing career, personal,
or academic decisions following divorce, widowhood, and other life changes. Clarification of values and goals, increasing
self-esteem, and identification of college resources to effect
success. Designed for women returning to the job market.
D 20206 Lec Th 1:00 2:50 552 MIZE 09/16-11/11 P/N E01
REAL ESTATE
REST 80 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
3.0 Units
Real and personal property acquisition, ownership, estates in
real property, joint tenancies, sales contracts, homesteads,
deeds and taxes. Methods of financing, and regulation of the
real estate business.
D 20976 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 455 MUMFORD 08/18-12/21 OP 001
E 22347 Lec Wed 6:00 8:50 *225 MUMFORD 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
Lec By Arr 0.6 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
REST-80-SL1 is an off campus course that meets at Chabot
College-SAN LEANDRO CENTER, located at 1448 Williams
Street, San Leandro. For directions and further information, see
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite
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REST 80-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information see the Online
Course Information page, and visit http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
REST 81A-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, read the Online Course Information page and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
REST 82A REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
3.0 Units
Real Estate appraisals, the appraisal process, and approaches, methods, and techniques used to determine value
of various types of property; current trends, neighborhood
analysis, and preparing an appraisal report; emphasis on
residential and single-unit property. Strongly recommended:
Real Estate 80.
O 20744 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MUMFORD 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
REST 83 REAL ESTATE FINANCE
3.0 Units
Financing transactions in the real estate business and in
lending institutions; analysis of money markets, interest rates
and real estate financing. Financing procedures, residential
and commercial financing. Strongly recommended: Real
Estate 80.
O 22310 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MUMFORD 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
REST 83-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, read the
Online Course Information page toward the end of the schedule
AND go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
REST 84 REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
3.0 Units
Principles and practical techniques of operating a real
estate business. Emphasis on daily activities of brokers and
salesperson; introduction to appraising, exchanges, listings,
advertising, financing, and marketing. Exchanges, specialized
brokerage, property management, professional and public
relations. Strongly recommended: Real Estate 80.
O 21799 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MUMFORD 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
REST 84-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, read the
Online Course Information page toward the end of this schedule
AND go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
REST 86 ESCROWS
3.0 Units
Escrow procedures for various types of business transactions
with emphasis on real estate. Preparation, processing and
closing of sales and escrow documents in the transferring,
encumbering, and describing of real property. Title search
and reports. Strongly recommended: Real Estate 80.
E 22864 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 1613 Staff - Ap 08/18-12/21 GR 071
REST 90 EXAM PREPARATION: CA LICENSING
2.0 Units
Real and personal property acquisition, ownership, estates in
real property, joint tenancies, partnerships, sales contracts,
homesteads, deeds and taxes. Methods of financing, real
estate practices, and regulation of the real estate business.
S 21835 Lec Sat 8:30 12:45 405 MUMFORD 10/02-11/20 OP E82
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Fall 2010
RECR 4901 ACTIVITY DIRECTOR’S TRAINING
4.0 Units
Fundamentals of activity programming for patients in Skilled
Nursing Facilities and Intermediate Care Facilities. Includes
an overview of the specific job responsibilities of an activity
director as described in Section 72389, Skilled Nursing
Facility Regulations and Intermediate Care Facility Regulations
of the State of California, Title 22, Methods used to develop
and implement therapeutic, social, and restorative activities.
Activity analysis, leadership and motivational methods appropriate for residents of long term care facilities.
D 21300 Lec TTh 3:00 6:50 1814 BARDE 09/07-11/04 OP E01
RELIGIOUS STUDIES
RELS 50 RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD
3.0 Units
Introduction to the study of religion by (1) surveying the
world religions, stating basic principles of each as shown by
fundamental scriptures, practices and works of art, highlighting underlying patterns, OR (2) exploring themes and
concepts, using the world religions as examples. Themes
may include: grace, sin, enlightenment, suffering, salvation.
D 22744 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1904 SHANNON 08/18-12/21 GR 001
O 21723 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - Fi 08/18-12/21 GR ON1
RELS 50-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
RELS 4903 THE SPIRITUAL JOURNEY
3.0 Units
Exploration of The Spiritual Journey in film, literature and
dramatic and musical theatres. Notable historical and fictional
figures’ journeys across time periods and cultures will be
examined for major elements of spiritual development. An
exploration of the relationship and Wisdom of these spiritual
journeys to our own search for meaning and movement toward wholeness. Current and traditional literature on spiritual
development. Exploration of times in life that are especially
open to spiritual journeying: adolescence’s Self discovery;
midlife’s re-evaluating of priorities and honing to Essence;
the brokenness, vulnerability and grieving of communal
tragedy and personal loss.
E 22922 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 854 PARENTE 08/18-12/21 GR 071
SERVICE LEARNING
SERV 85 LEARNING IN ACTION
2.0 Units
Placement in meaningful volunteer projects in community organizations or schools, approved by instructor and
supervised by site supervisor. Introduction to practical skills
and knowledge required to serve as effective volunteers or
tutors. Discuss specific problems in the community (themes
will vary by semester) and help conceptualize, design, and
carry out service projects to address them. Class will meet
one hour per week on campus for reflection and discussion
of community issues, and students will serve at least 3 hours
per week in community agencies or schools.
D 21640 Lec Tue 2:00 2:50 1729 ZAPPA 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
SIGN LANGUAGE
SL 64 ASL BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE
3.0 Units
Introduction to beginning communication skills through the
language of sign, with emphasis on American Sign Language (ASL). Introduction to an understanding of deafness
and the deaf culture. Basic sign vocabulary, the manual
alphabet, and a contrast with various other sign systems
used throughout the United States. Following an immersion
Fall Schedule of Classes – Listings by Subject
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
instruction format, the class is entirely taught in the target
world language of the selected course.
D 20158 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 859 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 20160 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 859 BARDE 08/18-12/21 GR 002
D 21711 Lec MW 1:30 2:45 859 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 003
D 20159 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 859 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 005
D 20648 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 859 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 006
D 21867 Lec TTh 4:00 5:30 TBA CHEUNG 08/25-12/09 GR SL1
D 21135 Lec Fri 9:00 11:50 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A07
D 22102 Lec TTh 1:00 12:30 *225 Staff - So 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
SPANISH
SL64-SL1 is an off-campus course that meets in Room 105 of
Chabot College-SAN LEANDRO CENTER, located at 1448
Williams Street in San Leandro. For directions and further
information see http://www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite Note:
Class meets 8/25-12/10. The final exam will be held during the
last class meeting.
SOCI 1, Section SL1 is an off-campus course that meets at
Chabot College-SAN LEANDRO CENTER, located at 1448
Williams Street, San Leandro. For directions and further information see http://www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite
E 21138 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A71
E 21136 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A72
E 21132 Lec Wed 6:30 8:00 506 TONG 08/18-12/21 OP AN3
By Arr 1.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
SOCI 1-AN3 is a hybrid course conducted both on-campus and
over the internet. The times listed above are mandatory in-class
attendance time. For important additional information, go to
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
E 20161 Lec Wed 6:30 9:20 805 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 071
E 22376 Lec Th 6:30 9:20 851 VIALL
08/18-12/21 GR 072
O 21133 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRANT
08/18-12/21 OP AN1
SL 65 ASL INTERMEDIATE SIGN LANGUAGE
3.0 Units
Further development of skills and knowledge learned in
Beginning Sign Language 64, with emphasis on American
Sign Language (ASL). Communication of vocabulary building,
with emphasis on applying ASL characteristics for communication in phrases and culturally specific language of the
selected course. Prerequisite: Beginning Sign Language 64
(completed with a grade of C or higher).
D 20162 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 852 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 001
D 21868 Lec TTh 4:30 6:00 TBA CHEUNG 08/25-12/09 GR SL1
O 21137 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA TONG
08/18-12/21 OP AN2
SL 65-SL1 is an off-campus course that meets in Room 105 of
Chabot College-SAN LEANDRO CENTER, located at 1448
Williams Street in San Leandro. For directions and further
information see http://www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite. Note:
Class meets 8/25-12/10. The final exam will be held during the
last class meeting.
E 20428 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 851 VIALL
08/18-12/21 GR 071
SL 66 ADVANCED SIGN LANGUAGE
3.0 Units
Further development of American Sign Language (ASL)
receptive/expressive skills and knowledge learned in Sign
Language 65. Emphasis on conversational skills in functional
situations, continued vocabulary expansion and knowledge
of Deaf culture and the Deaf community. Prerequisite: Sign
Language 65 (completed with a grade of C or higher).
D 22377 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 803 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 GR 001
E 22378 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 851 VIALL 08/18-12/21 GR 071
SOCIOLOGY
SOCI 1 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY
3.0 Units
Designed to illuminate the way students see their social
world. Uses a sociological perspective: scientific study of
human interaction and society, with emphasis on impact of
groups on social behavior. Includes the systematic examination of culture, socialization, social organization, social
class, race, gender, deviance, social change and empirical
methodology. These content areas are woven throughout
the fabric of the course, particularly as they affect the lives
of at least three of the following groups: African Americans,
Latino Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans, Middle
Eastern Americans and/or women. CAN SOC 2
D 21127 Lec MW 7:30 8:45 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A01
D 21128 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A02
D 21129 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A03
D 21130 Lec TTh 9:00 10:15 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A04
D 21131 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 504 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A05
D 21134 Lec TTh 3:00 4:15 557 Staff - So 08/18-12/21 OP A06
SOCI 1-AN1 is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
SOCI 1-AN2 is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
O 21142 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRANT
08/18-12/21 OP APN
SOCI 1-APN is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
SOCI 2 SOCIAL PROBLEMS
3.0 Units
Introduction to social problems common to modern industrial
society, and the role of principal institutions in social organization and social disorganization. Strongly recommended:
Psychology 1 or Anthropology 3. CAN SOC 4
O 21139 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRANT 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
SOC 2-ON1 is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
SOCI 3 CULTURAL AND RACIAL MINORITIES
3.0 Units
Analysis of Racial and ethnic relations in the United States.
Includes race, ethnicity, prejudice, discrimination and stereotyping, as well as theories and patterns of inter-group relations. Focus on contemporary American minorities; African
Americans, Chicano/Latinos, Asian Americans, and Native
Americans.Strongly recommended: Sociology 1 or Anthropology 3 or Psychology 1.
O 21140 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA TONG 08/18-12/21 OP AN1
SOCI 3-AN1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
SOCI 4 MARRIAGE & FAMILY RELATIONS
3.0 Units
Sociological perspective of the family including mate selection, marital roles, marital adjustment, sexual adjustment,
reproduction, child rearing, marital dissolution, and problems
associated with the family in modern industrial society. Emphasis on methodology of family investigation.
O 21143 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA TONG 08/18-12/21 OP 0PN
SOCI 4-OPN is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
O 21141 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA TONG
08/18-12/21 OP ON1
SOCI 4-ON1 is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
SPA 1A BEGINNING SPANISH
5.0 Units
Introduction to the Spanish-speaking cultures of the world
featuring the study and practice of the four language skills
(listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish.
Strongly recommended: eligibility for English 1A.
D 22227 Lec MTWTh 7:45 8:50 858 ZERMENO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
D 22362 Lec MW 12:00 2:15 455 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
D 22365 Lec MW 3:30 5:45 555 WOLPE 08/18-12/21 OP 003
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
D 22363 Lec TTh 9:00 11:15 807 LEE
08/18-12/21 OP 004
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
D 22364 Lec TTh 1:30 3:45 855 DE BARLING 08/18-12/21 OP 005
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
D 22367 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 857 MOON
08/18-12/21 OP ON1
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
SPA 1A-ON1 is a hybrid course conducted both on-campus
(50%) and over the Internet (50%). The class will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30-11:45 am. The first class
meeting will include orientation for the online portion of the
course. Students who do not attend the first meeting could be
dropped from the class. Students must have email account and
Internet access before the first meeting. To begin, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online and click the course website.
Contact mailto:[email protected] for more information.
E 22366 Lec MW 7:00 9:15 807 Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 OP 071
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
O 22222 By Arr 6.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MOON 08/18-12/21 OP ON2
SPA 1A-ON2 is an online course with no campus meetings. Students must have an email account and Internet access to login
in to Blackboard by the first day of class, Wednesday, August
18, to read the announcements and see course assignments. To
begin, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online and click the
course website. Contact the instructor for more information at
[email protected]
Interested in Latino/Chicano
studies & multicultural issues?
Here’s what Chabot College has to offer…
Classes
• English22:Mexican–American/Latino
LiteratureoftheUS
• History22:Mexican-AmericanHistory
• Pysc-Counseling13:MulticulturalIssues
• Sociology3:Cultural&RacialMinorities
• Spanish1A,1B,2A,2B,50A,50B,50C,50D,
50B,50C,&50D.CheckoutourSpanishAA
Degree!
www.zeremeno.com/espanol.htm
Clubs MEChA(MovimientoEstudiantil
ChicanodeAztlan)meetsat12nooninRm.
910,everyTuesday&Thursday.
For more information
Math & Physics: Jose Alegre, 510.723.6889
Puente Project: Sandra Genera, 510.723.7120
Spanish: Francisco Zeremno, 510.723.6846
English: Angie Magallon, 510.723.6815
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
SPA 1B ELEMENTARY SPANISH
5.0 Units
Further study of Spanish-speaking cultures of the world
featuring the acquisition of the four language skills (listening,
speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish begun in Spanish
1A. Prerequisite: Spanish 1A (completed with a grade of
“C” or higher).
D 22379 Lec TTh 9:30 11:45 857 BUENO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
D 22519 Lec MW 12:00 2:15
852 MOON 08/18-12/21 OP 002
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
O 22746 By Arr 6.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MOON 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
SPA 1B-ON1 is an online course with no on-campus meetings.
Students must have an email account and Internet access to
login to Blackboard by the first day of class, Wednesday, August
18, to read the announcements and see assignments. To begin,
go to http://chabotcollege.edu/online Contact the instructor for
more information at mailto:[email protected]
SPA 2A INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
4.0 Units
Review of Grammar, reading of works of modern authors;
practice in conversation and composition. Prerequisite:
Spanish 1B (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 22380 Lec MW 9:00 10:50 855 ZERMENO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
SPA 2B ADVANCED SPANISH
4.0 Units
Reading of Hispanic authors; advanced review of grammar;
emphasis on speaking and composition. Prerequisite: Spanish 2A (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 22381 Lec TTh 9:00 10:50 811 ZERMENO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2256
OP
SPA 5 FIELD WORK RELATIONS
1.0 Units
Practice of Spanish language in a real setting and involvement with local Hispanic culture through volunteer field work
in a local Hispanic community organization. Three class
meetings in addition to approximately 4 hours per week of
volunteer work. Strongly recommended: completion of or
concurrent enrollment in Spanish 2A.
D 22395 Lab Mon 11:00 11:50 855 ZERMENO 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
THEATER ARTS
THTR 1 INTRODUCTION TO ACTING
3.0 Units
Introduction to the techniques and theories of acting,
explored through improvisation, exercises and scene study.
Development of the physical and psychological resources
for acting including relaxation, creativity, believability and
commitment.
D 21265 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 1328 HASSAN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
D 21264 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1250 MULLENNIX 08/18-12/21 GR 002
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
D 21266 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1328 HASSAN 08/18-12/21 GR 003
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
THTR 3 IMPROVISATION FOR THE THEATER
3.0 Units
Introduction to improvisation. Exploration of improvisation
through exercises and games that incorporate and develop
skills such as spontaneity, imagination, and physical characterization. Useful for actor development as well as those
interested only in improv.
D 21938 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 1328 HASSAN 08/18-12/21 GR 001
Lab By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
THTR 5 THEATER FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
3.0 Units
Participate in a theater production to be performed for local
K-12 students. Plays will be cast by audition; however, everyone who enrolls will be a part of the production.
D 22465 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 1250 AMAYO-HASSA 08/18-12/21 GR 001
THTR 10 INTRODUCTION TO THEATER
3.0 Units
Enjoyment and appreciation of the art of live theater through
looking at plays of various genres, time periods and from
differing parts of the world. Includes viewing and discussing
live theater.
D 21267 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 856 LE PELL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
THTR 12 FILM AS ART & COMMUNICATION
4.0 Units
Introduction to film as art and communication. Analysis of
films from various genres, with an emphasis on both technical
aspects of filmmaking and story-telling.
D 21270 Lec TTh 10:30 12:20 1727 LE PELL 08/18-12/21 OP 001
THTR 30 EMERGING WORK
3.0 Units
Participation in experimental workshop plays, original student
scripts, and other projects, possibly leading to scheduled
performances.
D 21268 TTh 1:30 2:45 1250 LE PELL 08/18-12/21 GR 001
THTR 47 COLLEGE THEATER ACTING
3.0 Units
Participation in main season production or project. Enrollment is for the duration of the production. Enrollment by
audition only.
D 21271 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk 1250 HALL-CALLEN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
THTR 48 COLLEGE THEATER TECHNICAL
1.0 Units
Participate in scheduled productions as crew members and/
or constructing its technical elements. Development of skills
in the various technical areas involved in the presentation of
a theatrical production.
D 21272 By Arr 19.0 Hrs/Wk 1250 HASSAN 08/18-12/21 OP 001
THTR 50 PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
1.0 Units
Basic building blocks of producing a show, from the choice of
materials to the staging of a play from a broad range of historical periods. Organizing department productions, including student fund-raisers, student original projects, theater
week, and the main stage productions. Personnel management, conducting regular production meetings, reconciling
budget considerations, aesthetic demands, and practical matters. The business operations of all the scheduled productions, including promotions and front-of-house duties.
D 21273 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 1103 LE PELL 08/18-12/21 OP 071
By Arr 15.0 Hrs/Wk 1103
OP
TUTORING
TUTR 1A TUTORING THEORY AND PRACTICE
0.5 Units
Training for college tutors to acquire specific skills and techniques for tutoring in academic and vocational subject matter
areas and basic skills. Required course for tutors participating in Chabot College Learning Connection tutoring programs.
Co-requisite: Tutoring 1B (Content-Area Training for Tutors)
or equivalent.
D 22479 Lec Tue 5:05 6:35 805 Staff-Lang 08/24-12/07 P/N 001
TUTR 1A-001 meets on five Tuesdays (Aug. 24, Sep. 14, Oct.
5, Nov. 2, and Dec. 7) in room 805, from 5:05 - 6:35 p.m.
D 22921 Lec Fri 3:00 4:30 805 Staff-Lang 08/27-12/10 P/N 002
TUTR 1A-002 meets on five Fridays (Aug. 27, Sep. 17, Oct. 8,
Nov. 5 and Dec. 10) from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. in room 805.
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
TUTR 1B CONTENT-AREA TUTOR TRAINING
0.5 Units
Training for college tutors to acquire skills and techniques for
tutoring in specific content areas. Required course for tutors
participating in Chabot College Learning Connection tutoring
programs. Co-requisite: Tutoring 1A (Training for Tutors).
D 22480 Lec Tue 3:30 5:00 805 Staff-Lang 08/24-12/07 P/N 001
TUTR 1B-001 meets on five Tuesdays (Aug. 24, Sep. 14, Oct. 5,
Nov. 2, and Dec. 7) from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. in room 805.
D 22930 Lec Tue 1:25 2:55 805 Staff-Lang 08/27-12/20 P/N 002
TUTR 1B-002 meets on five Tuesdays (Aug. 27, Sep. 17, Oct. 8,
Nov. 5, and Dec. 10) from 1:25 - 3:55 p.m. in room 805.
D 22481 Lec Fri 11:45 1:45 TBA DAVIS
08/27-11/19 P/N 003
TUTR 1B-003 meets on four Fridays (Aug. 27, Sep. 3, Oct. 8 ,
and Nov. 19) from 11:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. in room 1814.
D 22482 Lec Fri 10:00 12:00 2112 KOPAY
08/27-11/19 P/N 004
TUTR 1B-004 meets on four Fridays (Aug. 27, Sep. 17, Oct. 8,
and Nov. 19) from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., in room 2112.
D 22483 Lec Fri 12:00 1:30 3922 Staff-Lang 09/03-11/05 P/N 005
TUTR 1B-005 meets on five Fridays (Sep. 3, Sep. 10, Oct. 1, Oct.
8 and Nov. 5) from 12:00-1:30 p.m. in room 3922.
D 22484 Lec Th 3:00 4:30 100 KLEVENS 08/19-12/02 P/N 006
TUTR 1B-006 meets on seven Thursdays (Aug. 19, Sep. 9, Sep.
23, Oct. 7, Oct. 21, Nov. 4, and Dec. 2) from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. on
the mezzanine of the Library (WRAC).
D 22485 Lec Tue 12:00 12:50 803 PARRISH 08/31-12/07 P/N 007
TUTR 1B-007 meets on nine Tuesdays (Aug. 31, Sep. 7, Sep. 14,
Sep. 21, Oct. 5, Oct. 12, Oct. 19, Nov. 2 and Dec. 7) from 12:00
- 12:50 in room 803.
TUTR 31 CHABOTLINK PEER ADVISOR TRNG
1.0 Units
Skills, techniques, leadership training and information needed
by peer advisors to help students gather information and
explore practical strategies for academic success. College
policies, campus resources, programs and services, student
rights and responsibilities, general educational planning
(including graduation and transfer requirements), major offerings, public speaking, listening strategies. Required for all
peer advisors participating in the ChabotLink Program.
D 22906 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2351 DALE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
TUTR 200 SUPRVSD LEARN ASSIST-IND STUDY
0.0 Units
Individualized student tutoring (supplemental learning assistance) provided to students referred by a counselor or an
instructor on the basis of an identified learning deficiency.
Tutoring in basic skills and academic and vocational subject
matter areas will be provided by trained tutors in the Tutorials Center.
D 20839 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff-Lang 08/18-12/21 OP 001
Students must enroll in person in room 2351 and/or by instructor referral.
WORK EXPERIENCE
WEXP 95 WORK EXPERIENCE
2.0 Units
College supervised on-the-job training. Paid or volunteer
work experience including an internship, in an occupation
related to student’s major or classes. Cooperative effort
between student, supervisor, and instructor to accomplish
new work objective and broaden experiences for each
semester enrolled. Co-requisite: Work Experience 96. 5-15
hours or more of paid employment per week or 4-12 hours
of volunteer work per week.
D 20732 By Arr 10.0 Hrs/Wk TBA THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 OP 001
D 22904 By Arr 15.0 Hrs/Wk TBA THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 OP 002
WEXP 96 WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR
1.0 Units
Provides the focal point for the coordination of the student’s
curriculum with college supervised employment/ volunteering in the student’s major field. Emphasis on building strong
Learning CommunityD/E/S CRNCourses
& Off Campus
Classes
TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
working relationships with supervisor, subordinates and
co-workers. Issues pertaining to the modern workplace.
Co-requisite: Work
Experience 95.
O 20048 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA THOMPSON 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
WEXP 96-ON1 is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, read the
Online Course Information page toward the end of this schedule
AND go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
WELDING TECHNOLOGY
Fall 2010 Welding classes will not be offered during the remodeling of the Welding facility. We apologize for this disruption
but look forward to serving your needs in a much improved
facility in the Spring 2011 semester. Look for the classes in the
Spring 2011 schedule (projected release in October, 2010) and
register early!
Go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/WELD/ for more details.
FALL OFF CAMPUS CLASSES
Chabot-San Leandro Center
1448 Williams Street
San Leandro
Location Code: 225
FINAL EXAMS ARE HELD DURING THE LAST CLASS
SESSION
Note:All Classes at the Chabot-San Leandro Center
are fast classes!
Please check website for most updated course listing
at www.chabotcollege.edu/offsite/slcec
D A y
C L A S S E S
COMM 1 Fundamentals of Speech Communications
D 22409 Lec MW9:00 10:30 TBA UCHIYAMA 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
ENGL 101A Reading, Speaking & Writing
D 22103 Lec MW 11:00 12:30 *225 Staff - So 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
HIST History (see website)
Lec TTh See website. 105 Staf-So 08/26-12/09
HLTH 1 Introduction to Health
D 22117 Lec MW 3:30 5:00 *225 MEADS 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
MATH 104 (see website)
Lec MW 8:30-10:05 104 Staff..............08/25-12/08
SOC 1 Principles of Sociology
D 22102 Lec TTh 1:00 12:30 *225 Staff - So 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
ECON 1 Principles of Economics
D 22103 Lec MW 11:00 12:30 *225 Staff - So 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
EvEning CLASSES
REST 80 Real Estate Principles
E 22347 Lec Wed 6:00 8:50 *225 MUMFORD 08/25-12/09 OP SL1
Lec By Arr 0.6 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
SL 64 ASL Beginning Sign Language
D 21867 Lec TTh 4:00 5:30 TBA CHEUNG 08/25-12/09 GR SL1
SL 65 ASL Intermediate Sign Language
D 21868 Lec TTh 4:30 6:00 TBA CHEUNG 08/25-12/09 GR SL1
PSY 12 Lifespan Psychology
E 22669 Lec Wed 5:25 8:45 *225 Staff-So 08/25-12/09 GR SL1
ESL 111B Academic Listening & Speaking (see website)
Lec TTh 6:15-7:20 *105 Staff-So 08/26-12/09
Lab T 7:25-8:30
Lec Th 6:15-8:20
Learning Communities
Learning communities at Chabot College
are made up of special programs designed
to promote transfer and to increase the
likelihood of academic success by enabling
students to take courses together rather
than apart. Each learning community offers
its own unique curricula to support the
classroom experience such as counseling
and mentoring. The programs within the
Learning Communities are Daraja Project,
a transfer program focusing on AfricanAmerican authors and issues; the Puente
Project, a transfer program focusing on
Mexican-American/Latino authors and
issues; and PACE (Program for Adult
College Education) designed for working
adults.
DARAJA PROJECT
The Daraja Project is a yearlong, accelerated writing,
mentoring and counseling program with a curriculum that
focuses on African-American authors and issues. It is
designed for students who want to transfer to four-year colleges and universities. The program is open to all students
who meet the qualifications for enrollment. As a condition
of enrollment in the Daraja Project, students will be required
to sign an agreement to conform to program requirements.
Students will be required to participate in all course and program activities. For more information, call (510) 723-6747.
ENGL 102 READ/REASON/WRITE-ACCELERATED 4.0 Units
See page 36 for Course Description.
D 20666 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 854 DE WIT 08/18-12/21 P/N DAR
Lab MW 11:50 12:40 854
P/N
PUENTE PROJECT
The Puente Project is a two-semester program, which is
designed for students who intend to transfer to a four-year
college. Students in the program take two English courses,
which are required for transfer, and a Counseling course
designed to promote student success. The two English
courses in the program focus on Mexican-American/Latino
authors and issues and offer instruction in critical reading,
critical thinking, and academic writing. The PsychologyCounseling course, taken in the first semester, provides
students with information and counseling which will assist
them in preparing for, selecting, and successfully completing the courses they will need for transfer. Students receive
mentoring and support from their English instructor, the
Puente counselor, and other career professionals. The
program is open to all eligible students. As a condition of
enrollment in the Puente Project, students will be required
to sign an agreement to conform to program requirements.
For more information,contact the Puente office at (510) 7237120 or Sandra Genera at [email protected]
PSCN 20 THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE
2.0 Units
See page 63 for Course Description.
D 20575 Lec Mon 12:45 2:35 805 PARADA 08/18-12/21 OP PUE
PSCN 22 COLLEGE SUCCESS LECTURE SERIES
0.5 Units
Workshop format focusing on practical strategies for success
in college. Academic and/or career goal setting; transitioning
and adapting to higher education; educational planning for
graduation and/or transfer; support services and campus
resources; majors and careers; plus other topics as student
needs are identified. Designed for all students to maximize
their potential with emphasis on enhancing the new student’s
transition into college.
D 20951 Lec Tue 1:00 2:15 1609 PARADA 08/18-12/21 P/N PUE
PACE – EVENING/SATURDAY
DEGREE & TRANSFER PROGRAM
PACE (Program for Adult College Education) is a Learning
Community designed to help Working Adults pursue an AA
Degree and Transfer to CSU. PACE is designed to meet the
needs of students who require convenient evening, Saturday
and Online courses. The PACE Program fulfills both AA
degree requirements at Chabot and CSU General Education Transfer requirements. PACE students usually enroll in
one to four courses per semester depending on their work
demands.
The PACE Program is a “college within a college” offering
students support, flexibility and networking opportunities.
Most PACE students earn an A.A. degree and then transfer to
complete their Bachelor of Arts degree. Our primary transfer
destination is CSU East Bay’s PACE Program which offers
majors in Human Development; Hospitality, Recreation and
Tourism; Liberal Studies; and a Business Minor/option. Other
Bay Area transfer colleges include Holy Names University,
Menlo College, the University of San Francisco and the University of Phoenix. For more information about PACE please
visit our website at http://www.chabotcollege.edu/pace or call
510.723.6699 or email [email protected]
Recommended Education Plan
PREPACE
English 102
Math 104
Sociology 4 (Online)
CyCLE 1
English 1A
Psychology 1
(Online Hybrid)
And/or Sociology 4
(Online)
CyCLE 2
Health 1 or 4
Speech 1 or 30
English 4 or 7
History 8 (Online)
CyCLE 4
Math 55 or 65
Humanities 65
Sociology 3 (Online)
CyCLE 5
Anthropology 1
Psychology 33
Math 55, 65 or 105
Math 40
History 7 (Online)
Art 1
CyCLE 6
Sociology 1 (Online) Geography 1
Geography 1L
English 45
CyCLE 3
PACE also offers courses each summer taken from the above list
of courses.
ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 1 BIOLOGICAL/PHYSICAL ANTHRO
3.0 Units
See page 20 for Course Description.
E 20675 Lec Th 6:30 9:20 505 GIOVANOLA 08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
ART HISTORY
ARTH 1 INTRODUCTION TO ART
3.0 Units
See page 23 for Course Description.
S 21831 Lec Sat 8:30 12:00 314 BURGESS 08/28-12/18 OP EP1
COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COMM 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH COMM
3.0 Units
See page 28 for Course Description.
E 22370 Lec Wed 7:00 9:50 802 CLARK 08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
COMM 30 ELEMENTS OF SPEECH
See page 29 for Course Description.
E 22431 Lec Tue 6:30 9:35 1908 CLARK
3.0 Units
08/24-12/15 OP EP1
ENGLISH
ENGL 1A CRITICAL READING & COMPOSITION
3.0 Units
See page 36 for Course Description.
E 22688 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 552 WOODS 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
E 20335 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ULIBARRI-SP 08/18-12/21 GR 0PN
ENGL 1A-0PN is a hybrid course with required on-campus
meetings: Monday, August 23 and Dec 13, 6-7:50 pm, room
1615. For important additional information, go to http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online
ENGL 4 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE LIT
3.0 Units
See page 36 for Course Description.
S 22369 Lec Sat 1:00 3:50 505 HOFFMAN 08/18-12/21 GR 0PN
Lec By Arr 2.5 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
ENGL 4-0PN is a hybrid course with required on-campus meetings: Aug 21; Sep 25; Oct 23; Nov 20; Dec 18; 1:00-3:50 pm,
room 505. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
ENGL 7 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE ACROSS
3.0 Units
See page 36 for Course Description.
E 21005 Lec Mon 6:30 9:20 555 WILSON 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
ENGL 45 STUDIES IN FICTION
3.0 Units
See page 36 for Course Description.
E 20674 Lec Th 6:30 10:00 854 WILSON 09/02-12/16 OP EP1
ENGL 102 READ/REASON/WRITE-ACCELERATED
4.0 Units
See page 37 for Course Description.
E 20595 Lab Wed 6:30 9:20 553 HOFFMAN 08/18-12/21 P/N 0P1
Lec Sat 9:00 12:50 553
P/N
Saturday meetings: Aug 21; Sep 11, 25; Oct 09, 23; Nov 6, 20;
Dec 4, 18.
GENERAL STUDIES
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
HIS 8-APN is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HEALTH
HLTH 1 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH
3.0 Units
See page 43 for Course Description.
E 20596 Lec Tue 7:00 9:50 856 ORVISS 08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
HLTH 4 WOMEN AND HEALTH
3.0 Units
See page 43 for Course Description.
E 21566 Lec Wed 6:30 9:55 555 ORVISS 08/18-12/21 OP 0PN
By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
HLTH 4-0PN is a Hybrid course with meetings on campus on
the following dates: Aug 18; Oct 6; Nov 3; Dec 1, from 6:309:55 pm, room 555.
HUMANITIES
HUMN 65 THE AMERICAN STYLE
3.0 Units
See page 45 for Course Description.
E 21649 Lec Th 6:30 10:00 805 KENSINGER 09/02-12/16 GR EP1
S 21650 Lec Sat 8:30 12:00 805 KENSINGER 08/28-12/18 GR P2
MATHEMATICS
MTH 40 CONCEPTS OF MATHEMATICS
3.0 Units
See page 48 for Course Description.
E 21568 Lec Tue 6:30 9:20 1707 BURBRIDGE 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
GNST 4912 STUDENT SUCCESS I
0.5 Units
O 22689 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MACHADO 08/18-12/21 P/ EPN
MTH 55 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
See page 48 for Course Description.
E 21569 Lec MW 7:05 9:20 1727 ROUSE
GNST 4913 STUDENT SUCCESS II
0.5 Units
O 22690 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MACHADO 08/18-12/21 P/N EPN
MTH 65 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
See page 49 for Course Description.
E 21570 Lec TTh 7:00 9:15 1711 ROUSE
GNST 4914 STUDENT SUCCESS & TRANSFER
0.5 Units
O 22691 By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MACHADO 08/18-12/21 P/N EPN
MTH 104 PREALGEBRA
3.0 Units
See page 49 for Course Description.
E 22857 Lec Mon 7:00 9:50 1711 GAVRYSHOVA 08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
Lab Mon 6:00 6:50 1711
OP
Class meets one hour every other week.
Class meets one hour every other week.
Class meets one hour every other week.
GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 1 INTRO TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
3.0 Units
See page 42 for Course Description.
E 20672 Lec Mon 6:00 8:50 804 DE VERDI 08/18-12/21 G 0P1
GEOG 1L INTRO TO PHYS GEOG LABORATORY
1.0 Units
See page 42 for Course Description.
E 20673 Lab Mon 9:00 9:50 507 DE VERDI 08/18-12/21 GR 0P1
Lab Sat 8:00 11:50 507
GR
Saturday meetings: Aug 21; Sep 11, 25; Oct 09, 23; Nov 6, 20;
Dec 4, 18.
HISTORY
HIS 7 US HISTORY THROUGH RECONSTRUCT
3.0 Units
See page 42 for Course Description.
O 21564 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA ORTIZ 08/18-12/21 GR APN
HIS 7-APN is an online course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HIS 8 US HISTORY POST-RECONSTRUCT
3.0 Units
See page 42 for Course Description.
D 21565 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MONIZ 08/18-12/21 GR APN
68
5.0 Units
08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
5.0 Units
08/18-12/21 OP 0P1
PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
See page 62 for Course Description.
S 22715 Lec Sat 8:00 9:50 TBA EGUSA
By Arr 3.1 Hrs/Wk TBA
3.0 Units
08/21-12/04 GR EPN
GR
PSY 1-EPN is a hybrid course with required on-campus meetings on Saturday, Aug 21, 28; Oct 2; Nov 6; Dec 4; 8:00-9:50
am, room 505. For important additional information, go to
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
PSY 33 PERSONAL & SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT
3.0 Units
See page 63 for Course Description.
E 22848 Lec Wed 6:30 9:50 859 GRIMM 08/25-12/08 GR EP1
SOCIOLOGY
SOCI 1 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY
See pages 65 for Course Description.
O 21142 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRANT
3.0 Units
08/18-12/21 OP APN
SOCI 1-APN is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
SOCI 4 MARRIAGE & FAMILY RELATIONS
3.0 Units
See page 65 for Course Description.
O 21143 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA TONG 08/18-12/21 OP 0PN
SOCI 4-OPN is an on-line course with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
DISABLED STUDENTS
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
(DSPS)
DSPS offers students with disabilities a variety of courses
in English, Computer Application Systems, PsychologyCounseling and Physical Education, as listed below. It
also encompasses the Disabled Students Resource Center,
which provides academic, personal, career and support
service counseling for students with physical, communicative, psychological and learning disabilities. The program
is open to all eligible students. For more information, call
(510) 723-6725 or visit the office in Building 2400.
COMPUTER APPLICATION
SYSTEMS
CAS 100 ADAPTED COMPUTER KEYBOARDING
3.0 Units
Adapted basic computer keyboarding skills designed for
students with disabilities.
D 21158 Lec MW 2:30 3:20 1615 GOLDE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab MW 3:30 4:45 1615
P/N
CAS 101 ADAPTED WORD PROCESSING
3.0 Units
Adapted word processing techniques using Microsoft Word
designed for students with disabilities.
D 21159 Lec TTh 2:30 3:20 1615 GOLDE 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab TTh 3:30 4:45 1615
P/N
CAS 102 INTRO TO ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY
1.0 Units
Instruction in the use of Assistive Technology including
screen reading, speech recognition, screen enlargement and
scan and read software programs. Designed for students
with disabilities.
D 21160 Lab Mon 2:40 5:10 2407 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
Lab MTWTh 8:00 8:50 2407
P/N
Lab Th 12:00 1:40 2407
P/N
CAS 103 ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY LAB
1.0 Units
While using the computer lab at the DSRC, students with
disabilities are provided with computer support for their
academic assignments and research.
D 21161 Lab TTh 3:30 4:45 2407 ALLEN 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ENGLISH
ENGL 116 LEARNING SKILLS/DIAGNOSTIC CLI
1.0 Units
Determination of eligibility for learning skills services through
diagnostic testing. State-mandated tests. Focus on compensatory methods as derived from test results.
D 20267 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 3113 EGUSA 08/18-10/13 P/N E01
Lab MW 1:00 1:50 3113
P/N
D 20269 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 3113 EGUSA 10/18-12/13 P/N E02
Lab MW 1:00 1:50 3113
P/N
D 20268 Lec TTh 10:00 10:50 3113 MUNGER 08/19-10/12 P/N E03
Lab TTh 11:00 11:50 3113
P/N
D 20270 Lec TTh 10:00 10:50 3113 MUNGER 10/19-12/14 P/N E04
Lab TTh 11:00 11:50 3113
P/N
E 20884 Lec TTh 5:30 6:20 3113 PEJMAN 08/19-10/12 P/N E71
Lab TTh 6:30 7:20 3113
P/N
E 21667 Lec TTh 5:30 6:20 3113 PEJMAN 10/19-12/14 P/N E72
L ab TTh 6:30 7:20 3113
P/N
Learning Community Courses & Fall Short Term Classes
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
ENGL 117 LEARNING SKILLS - READING
4.0 Units
Preparation for reading success in college level English. Primarily for students with learning disabilities. Learning skills
in decoding using a multi-sensory approach, vocabulary and
reading comprehension. Strongly recommended: English
116.
D 20271 Lec MTWTh 9:00 9:50 2112 MUNGER 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ENGL 118A LEARNING SKILLS: READ/WRITE
3.0 Units
Preparation for writing success in college level English.
Primarily for students with learning disabilities. Emphasis on
reading for understanding, paraphrasing, summarizing, and
response writing.
D 20590 Lec MW 1:15 2:30 2112 MUNGER 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 20591 Lec TTh 10:30 11:45 2112 EGUSA 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
ENGL 118B LEARNING SKILLS: READ/WRITE
3.0 Units
For students who have completed 118A. Emphasis on
elements of the writing process and review of reading and
compensatory strategies.
D 20592 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 2112 MUNGER 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ENGL 119 LEARNING SKILLS - PROB SOLVING
3.0 Units
Preparation for problem-solving success in college. Emphasis on quantitative reasoning abilities needed to process and
integrate word problems and related problem-solving tasks.
Prerequisite: English 116 (may be taken concurrently) and
recommendation of English 116 instructor.
D 20429 Lec MW 9:00 10:15 3113 EGUSA 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
D 20272 Lec TTh 1:00 2:15 3113 EGUSA 08/18-12/21 P/N 002
E 21666 Lec Mon 5:30 8:20 3113 EGUSA 08/18-12/21 P/N 071
ENGL 120 LEARNING SKILLS-STUDY STRATEGY
2.0 Units
Guided practice in specific compensatory and study strategies
for those with identified learning disabilities. Designed for
Learning Skills students concurrently enrolled in an academic
course. Strongly recommended: English 116.
D 20469 Lec MW 12:00 12:50 2112 MUNGER 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
ENGL 121 LEARNING SKILLS: STRATEGIES
2.0 Units
Guided practice in specific compensatory and study strategies
for learning disabilities in language-based, quantitative-reasoning skills. Designed for Learning Skills students actively
enrolled in a math course. Emphasis on developing math
language skills. Strongly recommended: English 116.
D 20594 Lec MW 10:30 11:20 3113 EGUS 08/18-12/21 P/N 001
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PHED 2APA ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES
1.0 Units
Designed for students with disabilities, fitness exercises will
include strength training and aerobics.
D 21309 TTh 10:30 11:45 3200 SIROY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
PHED 2APE ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION
1.0 Units
Designed for students with disabilities, fitness exercises will
include strength training and aerobics.
D 20747 TTh 10:30 11:45 3200 SIROY
08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 2DSS DISABLED STRETCH/STRENGTH TRAI 1.0 Units
For students with disabilities, the program will emphasize
range of motion and general strength conditioning.
D 20518 TTh 9:00 10:15 3200 SIROY 08/18-12/21 GR 001
PHED 2DST DISABLED STRENGTH TRAINING 2
1.0 Units
Using a combination of free weights, machines and pulley
systems the program is designed to build strength and range
of motion.
D 20513 MW 10:30 11:45 3200 SIROY 08/18-12/21 OP 001
PHED 18 HEALTH/FITNESS FOR YOUR DISABILITY 3.0 Units
Application of current health teachings to individuals and
life. Physiological, psychological, and social perspectives of
health will be covered. Emphasis on knowledge, attitudes
and behaviors that will contribute to a healthy individual.
Combination of text based curriculum with internet research.
Students will learn how to integrate current health teachings
in relation to their disability and their lives.
O 20871 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRACE 08/18-12/21 OP ON1
PHED 18-ON1 is an online course, with no required on-campus
meetings. For important additional information, go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
QUEST PROGRAM
The Quest program is designed to meet the needs of the older
adults in our community. Classes are offered in Physical
Fitness, and Water Exercise. Physical Fitness classes are
located at the Hayward Senior Center. Water exercise classes
are held at the San Leandro Boys and Girls Club pool.
FEES
Classes are free. There is a Facility Usage Fee charged
by the Hayward Senior Center and San Leandro Boys and
Girls Club pool.
REGISTRATION
Register at the class site with the instructor on the first
day of class. You may also register online at www.
chabotcollege.edu/CLASS-Web.
For more information visit our website at www.chabotcollege.edu/quest or contact the QUEST Office: [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu, (510) 723-6699.
ART
ART 200 INTRO TO DRAWING AND PAINTING
0.0 Units
Individualized program of drawing and painting for residents
in skilled-nursing facilities. Application of basic principles
of composition, color, and line. Study of artistic practices
of diverse cultures, including African design principles and
European painting.
D 22478 Lab Fri 9:30 12:20 *043 SPLENDORE 08/18-12/21 OP Q06
Offsite room *043 meets at the Hayward Senior Center, 22325
North Third Street, Hayward. Designed for those age 55 years
and over. Non-credit class for residents of Hayward Senior
Center.
HEALTH
HLTH 205 FITNESS AFTER FIFTY
0.0 Units
Benefits and techniques for a regular exercise routine for
elders, geared to residents of skilled-nursing facilities. Students will discover special needs for fitness to maintain health
and vigor throughout a lifetime.
D 22514 Lab Mon 9:40 11:25 *043 VALENTINE 08/18-12/21 OP Q01
Offsite room, *043 meets at HAYWARD SENIOR CENTER,
22325 North Third Street, Hayward.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PHED 205 WATER EXERCISE
0.0 Units
Gentle form of workout in the water designed to individual
needs and capabilities. Geared to students’ age 50+ years,
who want to be physically fit through easy movement and
total body condition. Students discover special needs for
fitness to maintain health and vigor throughout a lifetime.
Physical activities for people who have complications with
spine, shoulders, hips and knee joints. Regular practice will
ease arthritis pain. Friendly atmosphere provides healthy
mental attitude.
D 22507 MW 1:30 2:35 *079 KORZUN 09/07-12/17 OP QE1
D 22508 MW 2:40 3:45 *079 KORZUN 09/07-12/17 OP QE2
D 22509 TTh 1:30 2:35 *079 ROAKE
09/07-12/17 OP QE3
D 22510 TTh 2:40 3:45 *079 ROAKE
09/07-12/17 OP QE4
Offsite room *079 meets at SAN LEANDRO BOYS’ CLUB, 401
Marina Blvd., San Leandro. These courses are designed for
those age 55 years and over.
Fall Short Term Classes
CRN
21831
21899
21198
20707
20708
Course Name
Introduction to Art
Intro to Business
Small Business Management
Elem Comp Keyboarding I
Elem Comp Keyboarding II
Dates
ARTH 1 8/18 - 12/18
BUS 12 9/7- 12/17
BUS 26 9/7 - 12/17
CAS 72A 8/18 - 12/9
CAS 72B 8/18 - 12/9
CRN
20709
20710
20711
20712
20713
20714
20715
21199
22431
22625
22626
22152
21736
21737
21738
21931
21249
20772
21919
20179
20216
21221
22069
20267
20269
20268
20270
20884
21667
21733
21698
20674
20981
21269
21030
21036
21037
21038
21082
21089
21090
22639
21490
21491
20128
20577
20858
20578
20952
20581
21441
22726
21649
21650
20060
20840
20058
20698
21023
21024
20687
21363
20580
20113
21707
21665
21664
22198
22610
21720
20866
21882
20635
22671
20206
22848
21300
21835
Course Name
Dates
Elem Comp Keyboarding III CAS 72C 8/18 - 12/9
Intro to Microsoft Word
CAS 72D 8/18 - 12/9
Intro to Microsoft Excel
CAS 72E 8/18 - 12/9
Intro to Microsoft PowerPointCAS 72F 8/18 - 12/9
Intro to Microsoft Access
CAS 72G 8/18 - 12/9
Ten-Key
CAS 72J 8/18 - 10/16
Intro to Computing
CAS 72M 8/18 - 12/9
Intro to Internet
CAS 72 8/18 - 12/9
Elements of Speech
COMM 30 8/24 - 12/15
Dental Hygiene Orientation I DHYG 50A 8/16 - 8/17
Dental Hygiene Orientation II DHYG 50B 8/16 - 12/17
Extended Clinical Experiences DHYG 9917 8/18 - 11/10
Photoshop I
DIGM 31A 8/23 - 10/15
Photoshop I
DIGM 31A 10/18 - 12/10
Photoshop II
DIGM 31B 10/18 - 12/10
Illustrator I
DIGM 32A 10/18 - 12/10
Dreamweaver I
DIGM 35A 8/23 - 10/15
Adult Supervision
ECD 83 8/16 - 11/8
Issues in ECE
ECD 89 9/11 - 10/16
Principles of Microeconomics ECON 1 8/28 - 12/11
Reading, Reasoning & Writing I ENGL 101A 8/25 - 12/13
Read/Reason/Write-Accelerated ENGL 102 8/25 - 12/13
Intro to English Grammar ENGL 107 9/8 - 12/20
Learning Skills/Diagnostic Cli ENGL 116 8/18 - 10/13
Learning Skills/Diagnostic Cli ENGL 116 10/18 - 12/13
Learning Skills/Diagnostic Cli ENGL 116 8/19 - 10/12
Learning Skills/Diagnostic Cli ENGL 116 10/19 - 12/14
Learning Skills/Diagnostic Cli ENGL 116 8/19 - 10/12
Learning Skills/Diagnostic Cli ENGL 116 10/19 - 12/14
Critical Reading and CompositionENGL 1A 8/20 - 10/15
Critical Think/Write Lit
ENGL 4 10/16 - 12/18
Studies in Fiction
ENGL 45 9/2 - 12/16
Basic Spelling for ESL
ESL 108 9/10 - 12/17
Vocabulary Skills
ESL 109 8/31 - 12/16
Fire Protection Organization FT 50 8/18 - 11/22
Firefighter I Cert Prep I
FT 90A 8/17 - 9/11
Firefighter I Cert Prep II
FT 90B9/14 - 10/9
Firefighter I Cert Prep III
FT 90C 10/12 - 11/6
Wildland Fire fighting-1(Basic) FT 91A 11/30 - 12/19
Hazard Materials/First Reps FT 91B 11/16 - 11/21
I-200i Basic ICS (Inc Com Sys) FT 91C 11/9 - 11/14
Western Civilization since 1600 HIS 2 8/30 - 12/6
US History Through Reconstruct HIS 7 8/30 - 12/8
US History Through Reconstruct HIS 7 8/31 - 12/7
Responding to Emergencies HLTH 60 8/18 - 10/13
Heart saver CPR and AED
HLTH 70A9/9 - 9/23
Heart saver CPR and AED
HLTH 70A 11/6 11/13
Healthcare Provider CPR
HLTH 70B 9/30 - 10/7
Healthcare Provider CPR
HLTH 70B 12/4 - 12/4
Patient Stabl/Extric/Triage HLTH 83 11/6 - 11/6
EMT Refresher
HLTH 85 11/30 - 12/11
The Artful Life
HUMN 50 8/23 - 10/22
The American Style
HUMN 65 9/2 - 12/16
The American Style
HUMN 65 8/8 - 12/18
Machine Tool Technology I MTT 60A 8/18 - 10/11
Machine Tool Technology II MTT 60B 10/13 - 12/21
Individual Projects
MTT 63A 8/18 - 10/11
Advanced Individual Projects MTT 63B 10/13 - 12/21
Product Practices
MTT 65 8/18 - 10/11
Basic Tool Making
MTT 66 10/13 - 12/21
Nursg Care Growth/Dev
NURS 56 10/21 - 12/9
Intravenous Therapy
NURS 73 8/18 - 10/15
Intravenous Therapy
NURS 73 8/18 - 10/15
The Nursing Care Plan
NURS 74 8/18 - 10/14
Fund of Calculations for Meds NURS 78 8/27 - 9/10
Fitness Center
PHED 1FC 8/18 - 12/21
Fitness Center 2
PHED 2FC 8/18 - 12/21
Fitness Heart/Hlth/Fat Loss PHED 3F09 8/18 - 12/21
Fitness Heart/Hlth/Fat Loss 3 PHED 3F09 8/18 - 12/21
Intro to Philosophy/Ethics PHIL 60 8/23 - 10/22
Intro to American Government POLI 1 8/31 - 12/14
Strategies for College Success PSCN 21 9/1 - 10/27
University/Transfer PlanningPSCN 18 8/18 - 10/11
College Success Lecture SeriesPSCN 22 9/15 - 10/20
Women in Transition
PSCN 36 9/16 - 11/11
Personal & Social Adjustment PSY 33 8/25 - 12/8
Activity Director’s Trainin RECR 4901 9/7 - 11/4
Exam Preparation: CA Licensing REST 90 10/2 - 11/20
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Take a Closer Look at What Community Education Has to Offer
By Susan May, Director of Community Education & Marketing
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so check out these photos that tell the story of Community Education and how it offers
a wide variety of classes for community members from ages 8 to 80+! With more than 100 non-credit classes to choose from throughout the
year, you can find a new career, take up a hobby, learn a language, play an instrument, paint a picture, learn to dance…or almost anything
you want. Kids and teens can sign up for our popular summer camp or career camp, along with classes like drama, piano, guitar, or basketball throughout the year.
Below is a sample of classes we are offering for the summer and fall (classes start in June). For more details, go to
www.chabotcollege.edu/comed or call (510) 723-6665 or 7531.
Art & Dance
Ballroom Dancing
Oil Painting
Belly Dancing
Salsa
Picture Matting
Pastels
Kids & Teens
Summer Camp (6/21-7/23)
Careers Camp (7/26-30)
Drama Workshop
Essay Writing
Piano or Guitar
SAT Prep
Careers
Audiovisual Technician
Be an Event Planner
Medical Transcriptionist
Medical Billing
Notary Public
Intro to Voiceovers
Food & Wine
Make Wine with Fruit
Gourmet Tours
Cooking & Wine Pairing
Decorating Cupcakes
Budget Shopping & Cooking
Computers
Computer Basics
Microsoft Word I and II
Microsoft Excel I and II
PowerPoint
Flash Animation
Computer Maintenance
Home & Hobbies
Do It Yourself Plumbing
Electrical Repairs
Sewing
Photography
Cake Decorating
Car Care
Beauty Makeovers
Online Classes
More than 200 classes to
choose from. Go to :
www.ed2go.com/chabotcomed
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Business & Finance
You Lost Your Job..Now What?
Grant Writing
Internet Marketing
Buy & Sell on eBay
Import/Export Business
Languages & Music
Spanish
French
Guitar
Piano
Harmonica
Mandarin Chinese
Reading Music
Personal Interest
Learn to Fly!
Improve Your Memory
Make Natural Lotions
Publish Your Book
Transfer VHS to DVD
Fall Online & Hybrid Online Courses
General Information
Just like traditional on-campus courses, all online
courses:
• Are taught by an instructor with whom you communicate on a regular basis.
• Require textbooks, assignments, exams, etc.
Most courses also require you to log into Blackboard to read and submit assignments, take quizzes,
participate in discussions, and more. You should
expect to log in several times each week. You must
have email and Internet access before the course
begins. As part of the Chabot-Las Positas web portal called The Zone, all students automatically have
a zonemail account provided for them. Please read
below for more information
Many of the courses fulfill general education
requirements; most courses are also transferable
(check with counseling) and qualify for financial
aid (check with financial aid).
Hybrid Online Courses
Hybrid online courses require you to attend some
on-campus meetings in addition to the work that
you complete in Blackboard. If this is the case,
those requirements will be listed under each course
in the schedule, and are also noted on the course
listing on the next page. Be sure that you can attend
these required meetings before registering.
Other Hybrid Courses
Other hybrid courses may be available, which can
include any combination of the folloing: on-campus
meetings, DVD’s (telecourses), interactive CD’s,
the online Blackboard Course Management System,
and other instructional materials.
How to Register for Online / Hybrid Courses
The registration process for online courses is
identical to that for all other courses. You can
locate online courses in the Class-Web or The Zone
website by selecting “Search for Online/Web-Based
Courses.” Online courses are also listed in the
printed class schedule under each subject. Be sure
you can meet any posted requirements.and study
skills for the online student.
How to Begin an Online/ Hybrid Course
Your first step is to go to www.chabotcollege.edu/
online to locate any additional information about
your class that’s been provided by your instructor.
On the first day of your class, log in to Blackboard
at http://clpccd.blackboard.com to begin your class.
Be sure to attend any required meetings on campus
as well.Visit the online student support website at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
First-time online students are urged to view a video
of an Orientation to Online Learning that provides
Blackboard log in instructions and help, an overview of the Blackboard course management system,
and tips on netiquette & time management. The
video is available online, anytime, at http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online/orientations/
How to Log in to Blackboard
If you are enrolled in either an online course or a
face-to-face course that uses Blackboard, follow
these instructions to log into your course site. Students enrolled in online courses should check the
Online Learning website at http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online for any specific information about
the course.
Step 1: Go to the Blackboard login page
• Go to the login page http://clpccd.blackboard.
com.
• Click the “Login” button.
Note: You may want to add this website address to your
Favorites or Bookmarks.
Step 2: Enter your username and password:
• Username: Your User Identification Number (W
number), which is a unique number beginning
with a W and containing eight digits.
• Password: The first two letters of your first
name, followed by the first two letters of your
last name (all lowercase), followed by the last
four digits of your User Identification Number.
• For example: Maria Valdez with a User Identification Number of W12345678 would log in as:
Username: W12345678
Password: mava5678 (all lowercase letters + last
four digits)
• Click “Login.”
Step 3 (optional): Change your password
• Once you are in Blackboard, look on the left
side of the screen for a list of “Tools” menu
items. Click on the last item, “Personal Information” > Click “Change Password” > Enter your
own unique password > Click “Submit.”
Step 4: Access your course site(s)
• When you log into Blackboard, you will be at
the ”My Institution” page (if you are not sure if
you are at this page, click the “My Institution”
tab at the top left of the page). On the right side
of the page you will a list of the courses that you
are enrolled in that are using the Blackboard
system. Click on the name of the course to enter
a course site.
Step 5: Verify your email address in Blackboard
and make sure you can access your email.
• In order to receive email communication from
any instructors that teach with Blackboard, you
must have a working email address in Blackboard. Unless you have changed your settings in
CLASS-Web, the default email address posted
for you in Blackboard is your Zonemail.
• You can check to see the email address posted for
you in Blackboard by logging into Blackboard,
and from the Tools box clicking on Personal
Information and then Edit Personal Information.
• Please visit the page in this class scheduled titled
“How To Use The Zone Portal” or http://www.
chabotcollege.edu/online/zone to find out:
- How to access your Zonemail
- Email options for Blackboard students (how to
change your email address in CLASS-Web for
Blackboard)
Visit the Online Learning website
for information or assistance at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
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Fall Online Classes
Fully Online Courses(no on-campus meetings)Multiple sections of each course may
be offered.
ASTR 10
ATEC 52
BUS 10
BUS 11
BUS 12
BUS 14
BUS 16
BUS 1A
BUS 1B
BUS 2
BUS 22
BUS 3
BUS 34
BUS 36
BUS 40
BUS 42
BUS 43
BUS 50C
BUS 50D
BUS 50F
BUS 50G
BUS 50J
BUS 50K
BUS 50L
BUS 50M
BUS 50P
BUS 7
BUS 72
BUS 8
BUS 92
BUS 93
BUS 96
CAS 50
CAS 54A
CAS 72A
CAS 72B
CAS 72C
CAS 72J
CAS 72K
CAS 88A
CSCI 41
CSCI 8
ECD 50
ECD 51
ECD 95
ECD 96
ES 3
FRNC 1A
GNST 1
HIS 7
HIS 8
HLTH 1
HLTH 16
HLTH 8
HUMN 65
MUSL 1
NUTR 1
PHED 16
PHED 18
PHED 4
PHED 57
PHED 58
PHED 59
PHED 61
PHED 62
PHIL 60
POLI 1
PSCN 10
PSCN 13
PSCN 15
PSCN 2
PSY 1
RELS 50
REST 80
REST 81A
REST 82A
REST 83
REST 84
SOCI 1
SOCI 2
SOCI 3
SOCI 4
SPA 1A
SPA 1B
WEXP 96
Hybrid Online Courses /
Online Courses with
Required Meetings
Please check the individual course listings
for required meeting schedule. Multiple
sections of each course may be offered but
with different meeting dates.
ANAT 1
BIOL 50
CAS 92A
CAS 92B
CAS 92C
CAS 92D
CAS 99V
CHEM 10
CSCI 7
ENGL 1A
ENGL 4
ENGL 7
ESYS
ESYS
ESYS
ESYS
ESYS
ESYS
ESYS
ESYS
ESYS
ESYS
FILM
FILM
50
51
52
53
56A
56B
57A
57B
58
59
14
60
GNST 4912
GNST 4913
GNST 4914
HIS 12
HIS 2
HLTH 4
MTH 55
PHED 6
PHSI 1
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Fall Final Exam Schedule
All Sections: Grades to be filed no later than 8:00 am on January 4, 2011.
INSTRUCTIONS:
The start time and meeting days determine placement of the class in Group I or II. In determining the examination time for lecture-laboratory and
lecture-discussion courses, the lecture period determines the time. If the instructors involved desire to give final laboratory or discussion section examinations, the examination should be given during the last such class meeting of the semester, or the two hour examination period may be prorated
between lecture and laboratory or discussion section finals. Lecture examinations must be given at the time indicated in the schedule, and for a two
hour period.
No changes or early class finals are permitted in the final examination schedule without approval. Students should contact the Vice President of A
Academic Services on problems involving the class schedule for final examinations.
NOTE: Final Exam Schedule for full-term courses only. Students taking short-term courses will be given their final
exams on the last day of class. Consult with your faculty member for details.
DAY CLASSES
Day Classes (classes meeting before 4:30 pm) include the following combinations in the class schedule:
G R O U P I : M W c l a s s e s ; a l s o M T W T h , M W F, M T W F, M W T h F, M T T h F, M T, M T h , M F, W F, M o n l y , W o n l y , & D a i l y c l a s s e s
G R O U P I I : T T h c l a s s e s ; a l s o T T h F, T W , T W T h , T F, T h F, W T h , M T T h , T W T h F, a n d T o n l y c l a s s e s
GROUP III: Classes scheduled “by arrangement” and Th only and F only classes.
Final Examination Times (Common Block Times in BOLD)
EXAMINATION
TIME
WEDNESDAY
DECEMBER 15
7:30-9:20 am
GROUP I : 7, 7:30,
7:45, 7:50 am classes
THURSDAY
DECEMBER 16
FRIDAY
DECEMBER 17
GROUP II : 7:30,
7:45 am classes
GROUP II : 9, 9:30, GROUP II : 8,
9:45 am classes
8:30 am classes
8:00-9:50 am
MONDAY
DECEMBER 20
GROUP III : 7:30,
7:45 am classes
GROUP I : 8, 8:30
am classes
GROUP III :
8, 9 am classes
GROUP I : 9, 9:30
9:45 am classes
GROUP III : 9:45,
10, 10:45 am classes
10:00-11:50 am
GROUP I : 10, 10:30, GROUP I : 11:00,
10:40 am classes
11:30 am classes
12:00-1:50 pm
GROUP I : 1, 1:15, GROUP II : 1, 1:15, GROUP II : 11,
GROUP I: 12, 12:30, GROUP III : 11:30am,
1:30 1:45 pm classes 1:30 pm classes
11:30 am, 12 pm classes 12:45 pm classes
12, 1 pm classes
2:00-3:50 pm
GROUP I :
2, 2:30 pm classes
GROUP II :
2, 2:30 pm classes
GROUP II : 10,
10:30 am classes
TUESDAY
DECEMBER 21
GROUP II :
3, 3:30 pm classes
GROUP I :
3, 3:30 pm classes
GROUP III :
2, 3, 4 pm classes
LATE AFTERNOON, EVENING, SATURDAY & OFF-CAMPUS CLASSES
SCHEDULED CLASS MEETING DAYS
Monday only classes
Tuesday only classes
Monday/Wednesday & Wednesday only classes
Tuesday/Thursday & Thursday only classes
Saturday only classes
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FINAL EXAM DAY
Monday December 20, 2010
Tuesday December 14, 2010
Wednesday December 15, 2010
Thursday December 16, 2010
Saturday December 18, 2010
Campus Safety & Security
Mission Statement
The Chabot College Department of Campus Safety
and Security, in partnership with the Hayward
Police Department, is committed to providing a
safe and secure learning and work environment for
all members of the campus community and guests.
We recognize our role as service providers and
are dedicated to delivering consistent and quality
service to diverse groups of people and individuals
alike.
Contacting the Department of Campus Safety
and Security
The Chabot College Safety and Security Department public office is located in Rm. 2302 at the
southeast corner of the first floor of Bldg. 2300
(adjacent to the cafeteria). This office is open from
6:30am to 10pm, Monday through Friday. If the
office is closed the on-duty security officer can be
contacted by telephone in the following ways:
• From any off-campus telephone dial
510.723.6923 or 6923 from any college phone.
• Activate anyone of the ten emergency call boxes
located throughout the campus.
• For Emergencies Dial 911 From Any Phone.
Lost and Found
Acentralized Lost and Found is located in the
Campus Safety Office in Rm. 2302, Bldg. 2300.
Lost articies may be turned in or retrieved between
the hours of 8am and 9pm, Monday through Friday,
and 8am to 3pm on Saturday. Articles deposited
with the Lost and Found are held until the end of
each semester. After this period, unclaimed items
will be disposed of.
Safety Programs and Measures
Safe Ride Program: The Department of Campus
Safety and Security offers escorts to the campus
community to and from the parking lots for safety
related issues. To arrange to have an escort accompany you from your classroom or office to your
vehicle, dial 6923 from any college phone, or activate a nearby emergency call box. An escort will be
dispatched by radio to meet you at your location.
Zero Tolerance: Chabot College maintains a Zero
Tolerance policy regarding all forms of sexual violence If you, or anyone you know, becomes the victim of sexual assault, domestic violence, or stalking, you may seek immediate help at the Campus
Safety Office. The Department of Campus Safety
and Security is committed to keeping the campus
community informed about patterns, trends, or
incidents that pose athreat or substantial risk to our
community. Such information is typically published
in special crimebulletins posted at the office of the
Department of Campus Safety and Security or other
campus media such as the campus newspaper, The
Spectator. Safety through environmental design is
yet another component of effective crime prevention. Our Maintenance and Operations Department
works hard at keeping the campus grounds well
groomed and adequately lit during darkness. The
campus grounds and parking lots are lit at nightfall
untll 11pm during normal days of operation. Emergency Call Boxes and telephones are strategically
located throughout the campus for your safety.
Emergency Red Call Boxes: These Red Call
Boxes are outdoors in all the parking lots and
adjacent to the athietic fields. They can be found by
locating the blue Call Box signs or illuminated blue
light during darkness. Simply follow the directions
on the Call Box for assistance. The location of our
Emergency Call Boxes can be found under the
Capus Map section on page 78.
Emergency Campus Telephones: These telephones can be found in all of our elevators and
buildings. The telephones are marked “Emergency
Telephone” and most are contained inside a red or
white metal box mounted to the wall. Simply open
the box, pick up the phone and follow the printed
directions. Elevator phones will dial directly to the
Campus Safety and Security Office while other
phones require you dial the Campus Safety and
Security extension (6923 or 6666). Please familiarize yourself with the locations of the emergency
phones in the areas you travel on campus.
Chabot College Crime Statistics
In 1998, the federal government passed The Jeanne
Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and
Campus Crime Statistics Act, formerly The Student
Right to Know Act of 1990. This law requires colleges and universities receiving federal funding to
disclose the reported instances of criminalactivity
on their campuses. The following table is an accounting of mandatory crime statistics on campus.
You may contact the Hayward Police Department
for crime statistics on public property adjacent to
the campus at: 510.293.7272.
Chabot College Crime Statistics
Murder/Non Negligent Manslaughter
Sexual Offenses-Forcible
Sexual Offenses-Non Forcible
Robbery
Aggravated Assault
Burglary
Motor Vehicle Theft
Arson
Liquor Law Violations
Drug Law Violations
Illegal Weapons Possession
Hate Crimes
2009
0
0
1
0
0
1
15
0
3
3
0
0
2008
0
0
1
0
11
17
6
0
3
7
1
1
2007
0
0
1
2
1
21
5
2
1
3
1
1
Hours of Operation and Access to College
Facilities
The college’s normal hours of operation are printed
on signs at every entrance to the campus They are:
7am to 10pm Monday through Friday and 7am to
5pm on Saturday. There are typically special events
that take place after the normalhours of operation,
however, access is restricted to the special event(s).
Individuals who need to be in campus buildings or
areas outside the normal hours of operation must
obtain authorization from their supervisor and
must notify the on-duty campus safety officer of
their presence. All students, faculty and staff have
been issued ID cards which they may be asked to
produce if there is a question about their authorization to be in a specific area before, during, or after
the normal hours of operation.Many college buildings, classrooms and labs are protected by intrusion
alarms. Do not enter the area until an instructor or
authorized person has deactivated the alarm. We
are all responsible to ensure the safety and security
of our college buildings and facilities. Ensure all
doors and windows are locked when rooms are unattended Turn off lights, gas, machinery, or equipment when not in use. Activate the intrusion alarm
system if applicable Report any problems with
safety or security of our buildings, facilities, or
areas promptly to the Campus Safety and Security
office .
Disabled Parking
The California Education Code, Section 67301,
allows for Community Colleges to charge parking fees lor use of the parking lot and specifically
provides that student with disabilities and persons
provided transportation to students with disabilities
shall be required to display a valid parking permit
if applicable, for the campus attended. In accord-
ance with state law, the Chabot-Las Positas Board
of Trustees has established a policy, which requires
disabled students to purchase and display a valid
parking permit when parking in any campus parking lots.
Students with disabilities or persons providing
transportation to students with disabilities are allowed to park in any available space in Student and
Faculty/Staff parking Iots unless otherwise prohibited, provided they display avalid disabled placecard (or plate) as well as a valid parking permit, as
defined in CLPCCD Board Policy 2314.138.
Parking Permits
Please note: Parking permits are available online
only. Parking permits are no longer available in the
bookstore.
Please read all instructions carefully:
• Go to Chabot College CLASS-Web or The Zone
at www.chabotcollege.edu and click the link to
“Purchase a Parking Permit.”
• After ordering and paying for your permit:
• Print a temporary permit.
• Approximately 10 days your permanent permit
will be mailed to the address you provided.
• The daily $2 permits are available in all student
lots.
Student parking permits for each instructional term
(semester) may be purchased online only through
CLASS-Web or zthe Zone, after registering for
classes. Individuals who enroll in-person at the
Office of Admissions & Records and who wish to
purchase a student parking permit will be required
to do so online. Access to and assistance with purchasing parking permits online is available in the
Student Online Services Center in Bldg. 700. At the
time of purchase, be prepared to print a temporary
permit and have the following vehicle information
ready:
• Year
• Make
• Model
• Color
• License Plate Number
• State of Vehicle Registration
Daily parking permits can still be purchased from
dispensers located in all parking lots on campus.
Permits shall be hung from the rearview mirror or
displayed on the vehicle dashboard. Students must
pay the parking fee in order to receive a parking
permit. Permits will be mailed out after payment is
received.
The following fees have been set for parking in accordance with Section 76360 of the California Education Code and adopted by the Board of Trustees:
Daily parking permits are purchased from dispensers located in all parking lots on campus.
• Daily Permits: $2
Motor Vehicles
• Fall/Spring Semester: $30
• Summer Session: $15
Motorcycle
• Fall/Spring Semester: $15
• Summer Session: $7.50
Summer 2010 Parking Permits are available to
purchase online.
Please note: You must have a valid parking permit displayed on your vehicle to park on campus.
AlertU
Chabot College is now offering a SMS-based emergency notification service for your mobile phone.
In the event of an emergency, Chabot students,
staff, faculty and others will be alerted in realtime important security information. Simply text
“Chabot” to 253788 (AlertU) and reply Y, or sign
up online at www.alertu.com. Persons wishing to
sign up can also enter in an email address and can
be alerted to emergency information through an
email message as well.
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ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE – 2010-11
(See Chabot College catalog for specific AS Degree majors)
A student is eligible for graduation with the ASSOCIATE in SCIENCE DEGREE after completing all
General Education and Proficiency requirements and
all MAJOR requirements, plus electives to total 60
semester units with a cumulative grade point average
of 2.0 or higher.
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Area A. Language and Rationality:
A.1. English Composition
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
English 1A
Effective for all students admitted Fall 2009 or thereafter—complete with a grade of “C’ or higher (Title
5 §55063)
A.2. Communication and Analytical Thinking
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Business 14,16, 31
Chinese 1A*, 1B*
Communication Studies 1, 2B, 10, 11*, 20, 30, 46
Computer Application Systems 50, 92A, 92B, 92C,
92D
Computer Science 8, 10, 14, 15, 19A
English 70
Entrepreneurship 30
French 1A*, 1B*
Geography 20*, 21*, 22*
German 1A* 1B*
History 5*, 12*
Industrial Technology 74
Italian 1A*, 1B*
Japanese 1A*, 1B*
Mass Communications 43, 44
Mathematics 1, 2, 12, 15, 16, 20, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37,
40, 43, 54,54L, 55, 55A, 55B, 55L, 57, 65, 65B, 65L
Psychology 5
Spanish 1A*, 1B*
Theater Arts 3, 25*
B. Natural Science
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Anatomy 1
Anthropology 1*, 1L
Astronomy 10, 20, 30
Biology 2, 2A, 2B, 4, 5, 6, 10, 25, 31, 50
Biotechnology 20, 30, 40
Chemistry 1A, 8, 10, 30A, 30B, 31
Environmental Science 10, 11, 12
Geography 1*, 1L, 8, 20*, 21*, 22*
Microbiology 1
Physical Education 17
Physical Science 15
Physics 2A, 4A, 4B, 4C, 5, 11
Physiology 1
C. Humanities
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Architecture 2A, 2B, 4A, 4B, 8A, 8B, 12, 14, 16
Art 2A, 3A, 10, 16A, 17, 22, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59
Art History 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 20, 50, 51
Chinese 1A*, 1B*
Communication Studies 2A, 5
English 11, 12, 13, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 30, 32, 33,
38, 45, 48
Film 14, 50, 60
French 1A*, 1B*, 2A, 2B
General Studies 31
German 1A*, 1B*, 2A, 2B
74
History 1*, 2*
Humanities 50, 60, 65, 68, 72, 75
Italian 1A*, 1B*, 2A, 2B
Japanese 1A*, 1B*
Music (MUSL) 1, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 3, 4, 5, 8
Music (MUSP) 12A, 14A, 44, 45
Philosophy 50, 60, 65, 70
Photography 20, 50, 53A
Religious Studies 50, 64, 65, 70, 72
Sign Language 64, 65, 66
Spanish 1A*, 1B*, 2A, 2B, 5
Theater Arts 1, 4, 10, 11, 12, 25*, 47, 48, 50
History 5, 7, 8, 12, 27
Humanities 65
Music (MUSL) 8
Psychology-Counseling 1, 4, 13
Sociology 1, 3, 30
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Administration of Justice 50, 60, 70
Anthropology 1*, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 12
Business 12, 17, 36, 40, 42
Communication Studies 11*
Early Childhood Development 40, 51, 52, 62, 69, 79,
87
Economics 1, 2, 5, 10, 12
Entrepreneurship 1
Ethnic Studies 1, 2, 3
Geography 1*, 2, 3, 5, 12, 21*, 22*
Health 8
History 1*, 2*, 5*, 7*, 8*, 12*, 19, 20*, 21*, 22*,
25*, 27*, 44
Mass Communications 40
Political Science 1*, 10, 12, 20, 25, 30, 40
Psychology 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 12, 33, 45
Psychology-Counseling 1, 4, 13
Sociology 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 11, 30
1). Passing the Math Proficiency Test (see Math
Division Office, Building 2000 for information) or
2). MTH 1, 2, 15, 16, 20, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37, 40, 43,
54, 54L, 55, 55B, 55L, 57
D. Social and Behavioral Sciences
E. Wellness
(Areas of Health or Physical Education)
Complete a minimum of 1 SEM unit
Early Child Dev 54 or
Health 1 or 4 or
Nutrition 1 or
Physical Education 18, 65 or
Physical Education (activity) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 13,
13R, 14, 30-48, 50, 62
Students who hold an AA/AS Degree or higher are
exempt. Exemption is allowed for illness or physical disability. You must file a “Request for Course
Substitution or Waiver” available in the Counseling
Office. You will need to provide a physician’s statement. See a counselor for assistance.
F. PROGRAM-BASED GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT.
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units.
See the catalog for that specific AS Degree for the
Program-Based GE.
AMERICAN CULTURES
(For new or returning students effective Fall 1995
and thereafter)
Complete one course identified as meeting the
American Cultures requirement with a grade of “C”
or higher or “P”. Where it is appropriate, the course
can simultaneously satisfy other graduation or disciplinary requirements. Other courses meeting this
requirement may be added during the academic year.
Anthropology 5
Communication Studies 11
Early Childhood Dev 79
English 26, 32, 33
Ethnic Studies 1
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(NOTE: Courses taken at Las Positas, even with the
same course name & number, may not satisfy this
requirement. See a counselor for assistance.)
MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY:
Proficiency in mathematics must be demonstrated by
either:
Effective for all students admitted Fall 2009 or
thereafter—completed with a grade of “C’ or higher.
( Title 5 55063)
When appropriate, the course can simultaneously
satisfy other graduation or disciplinary requirements.
ADDITIONAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS for AS Degree
1. All requirements for the major must be met with a
grade of “C” or “P” plus electives to total 60 semester units. (Title V: 55063)
2. In reference to unit requirements the Title V
regulations state that at least 12 semester units must
be completed in residence at the college granting the
degree.
3. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT: Students earning a certificate, AA or AS Degree in an Occupational/ Technical area must complete a minimum of
12 units in residency at Chabot College within the
major or certificate program. Students in articulated
degree/transfer or Liberal Studies programs will
need a total of 12 units in residence at Chabot College in general education, major or elective course
4. All courses in the major need to have a grade of
“C” or “P” . There are limitations on the number of
“P” units allowed for the degree. See the catalog.
5. All official colleges must transcripts from other
colleges must be submitted to the Admission and
Records Office before a graduation evaluation may
be completed.
*May be used to fulfill one area only unless otherwise stated
ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE - 2010-11
(See Chabot College catalog for specific AA Degree majors)
A student is eligible for graduation with the ASSOCIATE in ARTS DEGREE after completing all
General Education and Proficiency requirements and
all MAJOR requirements, plus electives to total 60
semester units with a cumulative grade point average
of 2.0 or higher.
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Area A. Language and Rationality:
A.1. English Composition
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
English 1A
Effective for all students admitted Fall 2009 or thereafter—complete with a grade of “C’ or higher (Title
5 §55063)
A.2. Writing & Critical Thinking:
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Business 10
English 4, 7
French 2A*, 2B*
German 2A*, 2B*
Italian 2A*, 2B*
Spanish 2A*, 2B*
A.3. Communication and Analytical Thinking
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Business 14,16, 31
Chinese 1A*, 1B*
Communication Studies 1, 2B, 10, 11*, 20, 30, 46
Computer Application Systems 50, 92A, 92B, 92C,
92D
Computer Science 8, 10, 14, 15, 19A
English 70
Entrepreneurship 30
French 1A*, 1B*
Geography 20*, 21*, 22*
German 1A* 1B*
History 5*, 12*
Industrial Technology 74
Italian 1A*, 1B*
Japanese 1A*, 1B*
Mass Communications 43, 44
Mathematics 1, 2, 12, 15, 16, 20, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37,
40,43, 54, 54L, 55, 55A, 55B, 55L, 57, 65, 65B, 65L
Psychology 5
Spanish 1A*, 1B*
Theater Arts 3, 25*
B. Natural Science
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Anatomy 1
Anthropology 1*, 1L
Astronomy 10, 20, 30
Biology 2, 2A, 2B, 4, 6, 10, 25, 31, 50
Biotechnology 20, 30, 40
Chemistry 1A, 8, 10, 30A, 30B, 31
Environmental Science 10, 11, 12
Geography 1*, 1L, 8, 20*, 21*, 22*
Microbiology 1
Physical Education 17
Physical Science 15
Physics 2A, 4A, 4B, 4C, 5, 11
Physiology 1
C. Humanities
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Architecture 2A, 2B, 4A, 4B, 8A, 8B, 12, 14, 16
Art 2A, 3A, 10, 16A, 17, 22, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59
Art History 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 20, 50, 51
Chinese 1A*, 1B*
Communication Studies 2A, 5
English 11, 12, 13, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 30, 32, 33,
38, 45, 48
Film 14, 50, 60
French 1A*, 1B*, 2A*, 2B*
General Studies 31
German 1A*, 1B*, 2A*, 2B*
History 1*, 2*
Humanities 50, 60, 65, 68, 72, 75
Italian 1A*, 1B*, 2A*, 2B*
Japanese 1A*, 1B*
Music (MUSL) 1, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 3, 4, 5, 8
Music (MUSP) 12A, 14A, 44, 45
Philosophy 50, 60, 65, 70
Photography 20, 50, 53A
Religious Studies 50, 64, 65, 70, 72
Sign Language 64, 65, 66
Spanish 1A*, 1B*, 2A*, 2B*, 5
Theater Arts 1, 4, 10, 11, 12, 25*, 47, 48, 50
AMERICAN CULTURES
(For new or returning students effective Fall 1995
and thereafter. ) Complete one course identified as
meeting the American Cultures requirement with a
grade of “C” or higher or “P”. Where it is appropriate, the course can simultaneously satisfy other
graduation or disciplinary requirements. Other
courses meeting this requirement may be added during the academic year.
Anthropology 5
Communication Studies 11
Early Childhood Dev 79
English 26, 32, 33
Ethnic Studies 1
History 5, 7, 8, 12, 27
Humanities 65
Music (MUSL) 8
Psychology-Counseling 1, 4, 13
Sociology 1, 3, 30
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
Administration of Justice 50, 60, 70
Anthropology 1*, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 12
Business 12, 17, 36, 40, 42
Communication Studies 11*
Early Childhood Development 40, 51, 52, 62, 69,
79, 87
Economics 1, 2, 5, 10, 12
Entrepreneurship 1
Ethnic Studies 1, 2, 3
Geography 1*, 2, 3, 5, 12, 21*, 22*
Health 8
History 1*, 2*, 5*, 7*, 8*, 12*, 19, 20*, 21*, 22*,
25*, 27*, 44
Mass Communications 40
Political Science 1*, 10, 12, 20, 25, 30, 40
Psychology 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 12, 33, 45
Psychology-Counseling 1, 4, 13
Sociology 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 11,30
MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY:
E.1. Areas of Health (a. or b.)
Choose one of the following classes:
a. Early Child Dev 54 or
Health 1 or 4 or
Nutrition 1 or
Physical Education 18, 65
or
b. AA Degree in Nursing or Dental Hygiene
2. In reference to unit requirements the Title V
regulations state that at least 12 semester units must
be completed in residence at the college granting the
degree.
D. Social and Behavioral Sciences
E. Wellness (E1 & E2)
E.2. Physical Education
Complete a minimum of 1SEM unit
Physical Education (activity) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 13,
13R, 14, 30-48, 50, 62
Students who hold an AA/AS Degree or higher are
exempt. Exemption is allowed for illness or physical disability. You must file a “Request for Course
Substitution or Waiver” available in the Counseling
Office. You will need to provide a physician’s statement. See a counselor for assistance.
American Institutions
Complete a minimum of 3 SEM units
History 7*, 8*, 12*, 20*, 21*, 22*, 25*, 27* or
Political Science 1*
(NOTE: Courses taken at Las Positas, even with the
same course name & number, may not satisfy this
requirement. See a counselor for assistance.)
Proficiency in mathematics must be demonstrated by
either:
1) Passing the Math Proficiency Test (see Math Division Office, Building 2000 for information) or
2) MTH 1, 2, 15, 16, 20, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37, 40, 43,
54, 54L, 55, 55B, 55L, 57
Effective for all students admitted Fall 2009 or thereafter, completed with a grade of “C’ or higher.( Title
5 §55063)
When appropriate, the course can simultaneously
satisfy other graduation or disciplinary requirements.
ADDITIONAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
for the AA Degree
1. All requirements for the major must be met with a
grade of “C” or “P” plus electives to total 60 semester units. (Title V: 55063)
3. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT: Students earning a certificate, AA or AS Degree in an Occupational/ Technical area must complete a minimum of
12 units in residency at Chabot College within the
major or certificate program. Students in articulated
degree/transfer or Liberal Studies programs will
need a total of 12 units in residence at Chabot College in general education, major or elective courses.
4. All courses in the major need to have a grade of
“C” or “P” . There are limitations on the number of
“P” units allowed for the degree. See the catalog.
5. All official colleges must transcripts from other
colleges must be submitted to the Admission and
Records Office before a graduation evaluation may
be completed.
*May be used to fulfill one area only unless otherwise stated
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CSU General Education Breadth Requirements
CSU General Education Breadth
Requirements
Effective Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Summer 2011
COMPLETING CSU GENERAL EDUCATIONBREADTH (CSU/GEB)
Chabot College students have the opportunity to
complete all of their lower division CSU/GE requirements for the BA/BS Degree prior to transfer to any
of the 23 California State Universities. By following
the pattern of General Education (GE) requirements
on the reverse side the student will be eligible for
“Certification of General Education Breadth Requirements.”
CERTIFICATION
Certification of General Education Breadth
Requirement does not happen automatically; you
must request CSU/GE certification at the time that
you request your final transcript to be sent to the
CSU school of your choice. File your request with
Admissions and Records.
Two types of certification
Full CSU/GE Certification: The student is eligible
for FULL CSU/GE CERTIFICATION when they
have completed the required number of units and
courses in each GE Area, A-E and U.S. History,
Constitution and American Ideals* . This student
will not have to complete additional lower division
GE requirements that may be required at that CSU
school. This student will be responsible for additional upper division units, typically 9 semester (12
quarter) units, in GE, after transfer.
(*) Area F: U.S. History, Constitution and American
Ideals is not a part of CSU/GE Certification, however the courses that comprise this requirement can
be counted in the Area D “Human Social, Political
and Economic Institutions and Behavior.”
Partial CSU/GE Certification: Partial CSU/GE Certification is granted when one or more GE Areas
have been completed. A student who transfers to a
CSU with partial GE Certification will not have to
complete additional GE requirements in that same
GE area upon transfer. They may have to complete
additional lower division GE requirements in other
GE areas that were not certified, plus additional units
of upper division GE, typically 9 semester (12 quarter) units.
TO TRANSFER AS A JUNIOR (Upper Division
Transfer) TO A CSU YOU MUST:
• Complete Areas A1, A2, A3 and B4 with a grade of
C (CR) or better.
• Complete an additional 18 units from CSU/GE
areas A-E, (including the units from above) for a
total of 30 GE units.
All courses would need to have a grade C (CR) or
better.
• Complete an overall total of 60 semester (90 quarter) CSU transferable units with a cumulative GPA
of 2.0 (C).
See Flyer #100 for a complete listing of CSU
Transferable courses.
See a counselor for assistance with CSU admission and transfer requirements.
Additional Certification requirements:
1. No more than 39 semester (58.5 quarter) units
may be certified for the CSU General Education
Breadth Requirements.
2. No more than 30 semester (45 quarter) units may
be certified in Areas B through D combined.
3. Upon transfer, the student may be expected to
complete a minimum of 9 semester units (upper
division) of General Education Breadth Requirements at the CSU granting the baccalaureate degree and other specific graduation requirements
of the transfer school.
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California State University
GE
GENERAL EDUCATION
BREADTH REQUIREMENTS
2010-11
Effective Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Summer 2011
COMPLETING CSU GENERAL EDUCATION-BREADTH (CSU/GEB)
Chabot College students have the opportunity to complete all of their lower division CSU/GE requirements for the BA/BS Degree prior
to transfer to any of the 23 California State Universities. By following the pattern of General Education (GE) requirements on the
reverse side the student will be eligible for "Certification of General Education Breadth Requirements."
****CERTIFICATION****
Certification of General Education Breadth Requirement does not happen automatically; you must request CSU/GE certification at the
time that you request your final transcript to be sent to the CSU school of your choice. File your request with Admissions and Records.
Two types of CSU GE Certification
Full CSU/GE Certification: The student is eligible for FULL CSU/GE CERTIFICATION when they have completed the required number of
units and courses in each GE Area, A-E and U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals* . This student will not have to complete
additional lower division GE requirements that may be required at that CSU school. This student will be responsible for additional
upper division units, typically 9 semester (12 quarter) units, in GE, after transfer.
(*) Area F: U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals is not a part of CSU/GE Certification, however the courses that comprise this
requirement can be counted in the Area D "Human Social, Political and Economic Institutions and Behavior."
Partial CSU/GE Certification: Partial CSU/GE Certification is granted when one or more GE Areas have been completed. A student who
transfers to a CSU with partial GE Certification will not have to complete additional GE requirements in that same GE area upon transfer.
They may have to complete additional lower division GE requirements in other GE areas that were not certified, plus additional units of upper
division GE, typically 9 semester (12 quarter) units.
TO TRANSFER AS A JUNIOR (Upper Division Transfer) TO A CSU YOU MUST:
• Complete Areas A1, A2, A3 and B4 with a grade of C (P) or better. (See the back of this flyer.)
• Complete an additional 18 units from CSU/GE areas A-E, (including the units from above) for a total of 30 GE units.
All courses would need to have a grade C (P) or better.
• Complete an overall total of 60 semester (90 quarter) CSU transferable units with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 (C).
See Flyer #100 for a complete listing of CSU Transferable courses.
 Individual CSUs may have different GPA requirements for transfer and admissions into specific programs. You are to
see a counselor should you have questions.
See a counselor for assistance with CSU admission and transfer requirements.
Additional Certification requirements:
1. No more than 39 semester (58.5 quarter) units may be certified for the CSU General Education Breadth Requirements.
2. No more than 30 semester (45 quarter) units may be certified in Areas B through D combined.
3. Upon transfer, the student may be expected to complete a minimum of 9 semester units (upper division) of General Education Breadth
Requirements at the CSU granting the baccalaureate degree and other specific graduation requirements of the transfer school.
Area A:
Area B:
Area C:
Area D:
Area E:
Area F
Language and Communication
Natural Science and Math
Arts/Humanities
Social Science
Self Development
American Institutions
FULL CSU/GE Certification
at Chabot
9 lower division semester units
9 lower division semester units
9 lower division semester units
9 lower division semester units
3 lower division semester units
6-8 lower division units**
at Transfer Institution
3 upper division semester units
3 upper division semester units
3 upper division semester units
(**) Units specifically for U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals are not counted in the 39 unit limit for GE Certification,
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Chabot College
25555 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward, CA 94545 • (510) 723-6600
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B
Butler Building
100*
Library
200
Administration
300*
English / ESL/ World Languages
400*
500*
700*
800*
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600*
1700*
1800
1900
Instructional Office Building
Social Science
Community Services and Student Services
Language Arts
Humanities
Art
Humanities Faculty Offices
Music Skills Center / Little Theatre
Auditorium
Technology Center
Technology Faculty Offices
Technology / Engineering
Mathematics / Physics / Geology
Assessment
Science Lecture Hall / Planetarium
2000
2100
2200*
2300*
Science and Mathematics Faculty Offices
Biological Sciences
Health Sciences / Dental Health
Cafeteria / Student Center /
Campus Safety /Office of Student Life
2400
Disabled Student Resource Center
2500
Gymnasium
2600
PE Faculty Offices /Classrooms
2700
Women’s Shower & Locker/Classroom
2800
Men’s Shower and Locker Rooms
2900
Physical Education Classrooms
3000*
Maintenance Building and Warehouse
3100
Emergency Medical Services
3200
Disable Student Physical Education Center
3300
The Annex
3400 Reprographics Center/Print Shop/Graphic Arts
3500, 3700
Early Childhood Development Center
3800
Bookstore
3900
Chemistry/Computer Science
*Two-Story
Building
OSHA Training Center
The experts at the OSHA Training Center will help you build a solid foundation to advance your career.
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Crosswalk
CHABOT
COURT
Crosswalk
Building Identification
CATHY
WAY
TURNER
COURT
Emergency Red Call Box Locations:
Parking Lot J
Parking Lot B Section B1, B4, B6, B15
Parking Lot A Section A2 , A8 near Campus Drive
Parking Lot D near Building 3900
Parking Lot E near Building 3400
behind the Building 1400 Automotive
behind the Building 3500 Child Care
Building 1400 between Building 1600
1800 between Building 2000
1900 between Building 2200
2300 walkway by Building 100
2100 walkway facing 2400
2500 walkway next to Bookstore
Building 2700 on the Swimming Pool upper deck
Softball Field Snack Bar Wall
Soccer/Tennis Court Storage on Athletic pathway
BMW Training at Chabot: Preparing the Ultimate Technician
for the Ultimate Driving Machine
By Thomas Clark, Dean of Applied Technology and Business
Chabot College has responded to the increasing demand for programs leading to jobs and career opportunities through joining forces
with BMW of North America to train students for the vehicles of tomorrow. The partnership adds new vehicles, tooling, coursework, and
faculty to Chabot’s NATEF certified automotive training programs. Students taking the Chabot/BMW training classes can earn up to six
BMW of North America training certificates and will position them to enter a BMW Dealership with a Level III training status. BMW
has active dealership programs in the Bay Area, California, and 350 BMW
Dealerships across the nation allowing an abundance of opportunities for Chabot
College students.
The Associate Degree program builds on key automotive courses, 4 BMW
specific classes, and general education courses needed to graduate with skills and
an Associate Degree. Students with prior automotive courses may be eligible to
receive credit for skills already learned.
The training includes the manufacture materials, vehicles, and equipment
that you would be working with in a BMW Dealership. There are four BMW
courses offered at Chabot College. The first course, BMW10, will use proprietary
internet resource information systems and BMW’s workshop equipment for
diagnosis, coding, and programming to prepare students for the day-to-day
requirements needed to work in a BMW dealership. We will take an in depth look
into vehicle coding and programming procedures, diagnostic techniques, service
and maintenance, and BMW’s warranty programs. In BMW20 we will look into
BMW’s vehicle body electronics and complex starting systems.
Customers driving today’s modern vehicles with keyless entry, navigation
systems, heads up display and so on need technicians that can understand how to diagnosis and repair complex electrical and fiber optic
systems. This course will get you started so you can be on your way to solving these types of problems. With BMW30 you will study advanced
suspension systems and chassis dynamics that make BMW’s the ultimate driving machine. Suspension geometry, electronic suspensions, ride
height control, and dynamic braking systems will be covered in this course. BMW40 is the final BMW course that you will achieve in the
Chabot/BMW program. This course will examine the electric engine controls and new engine technology that are used in modern automobiles.
With the completion of these course and the other required courses to obtain your AS degree in Automotive Technology, you are well on your
way to enter the industry at a Dealership level.
Fall classes are filling up fast so make your reservations now while there still is room. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Contact
Mike Sherburne for information on how to apply for this new and exciting program at [email protected]
More information available at http://www.chabotcollege.edu/auto/
Public Art Coming to Chabot College
By Diane Zuiliani, Art History and Museum Studies Instructor
Chabot College is pleased to announce that our Public Art Project is well underway.
façade through a tax-funded facilities bond, a generous gift from our District’s Board of
Trustees will allow us to enhance our new and refurbished buildings with permanently
installed artworks. To find interested artists, Chabot held a “call for entries” competition
in the Fall of 2009. More than six hundred artists applied, from as far away as Mexico
and as close as Hayward. Once the competition closed, Chabot employees, students and
community members joined the Chabot Public Art Committee in considering the quality,
appropriateness and beauty of the applicants’ portfolios. Winners of the competition will
be announced in the Fall of 2010. The college looks forward to the installation of permanent, original artwork. We anticipate that these works will serve us in many ways: they
will welcome students, employees, and the community to our college; they will create a
public signature for our campus; and they will offer new focal points for discussion, appreciation and congregation. Chabot is grateful to our Board of Trustees for this gift,
and we look forward to enhancing our campus with public art!
As our college renews its forty year-old
Diane Zuliani is the chair of the 11-member Chabot
Public Art Committee, which is made up of faculty,
staff, administrators, and students.
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CSSC Offers New Home
for Student Services
New Special Programs & Services Area
NON PROFIT ORG.
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
HAYWARD, CA
PERMIT NO. 547
Chabot College
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94545
www.chabotcollege.edu
510.723.6600
By Gerald Shimada, Dean of Special Programs & Services
Welcome to Special Programs & Services in the
college’s new Community and Student Services Center
(CSSC) in Building 700! EOPS/CARE, CalWORKs
and our two learning communities DARAJA and Puente (which were all previously located in Building 200)
along with our two TRIO programs ASPIRE (which was
formally located in Building 2300) and Educational Talent Search (ETS) (which was formally located in Building 1600) have all come together to share a welcoming,
community oriented learning environment located on the
second floor, west wing of the CSSC.
Specially, the vision for the design of the special program and services wing of the CSSC was to create an open, welcoming learning
environment that maximizes staffing and space resources while enhancing opportunities for student learning and success. And because of the
creativity of the architects involved, combined with the contractors who built the facility I believe that once you visit this wing of the CSSC,
you will come to the conclusion that the initial vision for the space has exceeded expectations. Or as several students have commented to me,
“……the CSSC makes me feel that I am at a university and it makes me feel so special…!”
Finally, I want to thank our surrounding community members who voted yes on the Measure B initiative which allowed the planning
and realization of our new CSSC to become a reality and the benchmark building student services facility that it is in the state!
EOPS
student assistants Teresa
Pedrosa and
Michelle
Landavazo
answer questions at the
help desk.
EOPS Coordinator Dr.
Jeanne Wilson advises
freshman
Jocelyn
Perez in
the new
facilities
for Special
Programs &
Services.
The computer lab
is available to all
students
in Special
Programs
& Services
Counseling and Career & Transfer Services Get Fresh New Look
By Matthew Kritscher, Dean of Counseling
The Counseling Division at Chabot has officially moved into our new home in Building 700, and the new offices are located on the
second floor, Room 750. We are still providing Front Desk Counseling services where students can get answers to quick questions, determine
if they are ready for a Student Educational Plan appointment, and find out how to
best use the personal, academic and career counseling services available to all Chabot
students. Appointments are scheduled through walk-in service as we are unable to
effectively respond to phone appointment requests. Students should plan ahead for
counseling services and bring all relevant documentation to counseling appointments
so they can be as productive as possible. New students need to complete their Admissions Application, Assessments in English, Math and/or English as a Second Language
(ESL), the Online Orientation and the PSCN 25 - Transition to College course for
academic program planning and to be ready for their first term of enrollment.
Students will also want to visit our new Career/Transfer Center also located
on the second floor of the CSSC (bldg. 700) where 24 brand new computers, college
Counselor Ernesto Victoria talks to a student in his new
catalogs, fax machine and friendly Peer Advisors can help students look for employment office in Building 700.
opportunities, summer internships, online university information and to make appointments with university representatives. A variety of career development and transfer planning workshops are offered to provide important tips and strategies for navigating through your academic
or career-technical program through certification, graduation and/or transfer to baccalaureate college or university. Additional services include
a new Online Services computer lab on the first floor with over 30 computers for student services related work.
The Counseling Division looks forward to serving you in our brand new location, and we wish you the best in your educational, personal and career pursuits.
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