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FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

CONTENTS
INFORMATION
Dates and Deadlines Calendar ................. 1
How to Read This Schedule .....................2
Flow Chart for English and Mathematics
Courses ................................................3
Welcome ................................................4
Admissions .............................................4
Student Success/Matriculation Checklist .. 4
Activate Free Student E-mail .................... 5
Registration Information .........................6
Registration Hold Chart ........................... 7

Fresno City College


1101 E. University Avenue
Fresno, CA 93741
www.fresnocitycollege.edu

(559) 442-4600
The Fresno City College Class Schedule is an
ofcial publication of the College produced
by the FCC Ofce of Instruction and the Public
Information Ofce.
Vice President of Instruction
Dr. Tim Woods
Curriculum Analyst
Kelli ORourke
Director of Marketing & Communications
Cris Monahan Bremer
Cover Design
Ben Lozano
State Center Community
College District

Student Academic Standing ......................8


Steps to Success for New Students ...........9
Steps to Success for Students Returning/
Transferring to FCC .........................10
Register Online - WebAdvisor ................ 11
Class Schedule Planning Hints ...............12
Waitlists .................................................13
Academic Regulations ...........................14
Special Programs ..................................15
Student Services ...................................15
Counseling Department ......................... 15
Financial Aid .........................................18
Program Services ..................................19
Transfer Center ...................................... 20
Student Fees ..........................................21
Refund Fee Policies and Schedule .........24
Other Services .......................................24
Library and Student Learning .................25
Miscellaneous Information ....................27
Intersegmental General Education Transfer
Curriculum (IGETC) ............................32
General Education Requirements for CSU
Transfer Certication ...........................33
SCCCD Intra-District Articulated
Courses Common Courses, and
In-lieu Courses ....................................34
Classes are also available at other
State Center Community College District
sites including Reedley College,
Madera Center, Oakhurst Center and
Willow International Center.
Changes to the Printed Schedule:
This class schedule is subject to change
without prior notice. Fresno City College
reserves the right to cancel scheduled classes
at any time before, during or after
registration due to low enrollment, instructor
availability or other reasons.

Career & Technology Center .................. 36


2014 Spring Classes ..............................38
Course Classication ...........................159
Room Abbreviations ............................160
Campus Ofces ....................................160
Faculty Ofces .....................................161
Student Registration Worksheet ........... 162
Trial Schedule Worksheet .................... 163
Spring 2014 Final Examination
Schedule ...........................................164

SPRING 2014 CLASSES


Fresno City College ................................38
Career and Technology Center ............. 141

ONLINE COURSES
Fresno City College ..............................143

ADMISSIONS AND
RECORDS
HOURS OF OPERATION
SPRING 2014
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

WEBADVISOR
www.webadvisor.scccd.edu
available 24 hours a day,
7 days a week

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

Enrollment Dates and Deadlines


Apply online at www.fresnocitycollege.edu. NEW, TRANSFER AND HIGH SCHOOL ENRICHMENT STUDENTS must le an application for admission in order to receive an assigned
registration date. RETURNING FORMER STUDENTS who have been away for two or more semesters must le an application in order to receive an assigned registration date.
CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS will receive their spring enrollment material beginning in mid October. (Currently enrolled students do not need to reapply.) For best
selection of classes, students are encouraged to enroll on their assigned registration date. Students may combine regular full-term 18 week courses with short-term courses.
442-8240 for Admissions and Records registration hours.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE ON DROP DATES AND OTHER STATE-MANDATED DEADLINES
It is the students responsibility to comply with the following state-mandated deadlines.
Fee Refund: State code denes the drop-deadlines required to qualify for fee refund/reversals as on or before 10 percent of the duration of the class. Check with Admissions
and Records or the Business Ofce for deadlines.
Pass/No Pass: Students must request Pass/No Pass status (or cancel a previous request for Pass/No Pass status) on or before 30 percent of the duration of the class. Check
with Admissions and Records for the deadline on your class. A P (Pass) grade is not an acceptable grade for courses in a Transfer Major.
No Record (DR): Classes dropped before 20 percent of the duration of the class will not be reected on the students transcript. Check with your instructor for the deadline
applicable to your class.
Withdrawal (W): A student will be assigned a grade of W for classes dropped on or after 20 percent of the duration of the class, up to and including 50 percent of the
duration of the class. After the 50 percent point, the student must receive a letter grade other than a W (i.e., A, B, C, D, F, I, P, NP). Check with your instructor for the deadline
applicable to your class.

Enrollment Dates

Dates for Full-Term (18 Week) Classes

NOVEMBER 4, 2013 (Monday)


Spring registration begins for CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS
(by assigned date)
NOVEMBER 20-21, 2013 (Wednesday-Thursday)
Spring registration begins for NEW, TRANSFER and
RETURNING FORMER STUDENTS (by assigned date)
DECEMBER 13, 2013 (Friday)
Fall 2013 semester ends
JANUARY 13, 2014 (Monday)
SPRING SEMESTER CLASSES BEGIN
JANUARY 13 - FEBRUARY 2, 2014
Late Registration for 18 week classes To add a class a student must obtain a student add label from instructor
To drop a class without a W on transcript
FEBRUARY 15, 2014 (Saturday)
Last day to apply for Associate for Transfer degree
MARCH 13, 2014 (Thursday)
Last day to apply for Spring 2014 certicate or degree graduation
MAY 23, 2014 (Friday)
Spring 2014 semester ends

JANUARY 8, 2014 (Wednesday)


Last day to submit Dismissal Appeal Petitions for the semester
JANUARY 24, 2014 (Friday)
Last day to drop a class and be eligible for a fee refund/reversal
JANUARY 31, 2014 (Friday)
Last day to drop a full-term class in Person (no W on transcript)
FEBRUARY 2, 2014 (Sunday)
Last day to add a full-term class on WebAdvisor or TouchTone
(no W on transcript)
FEBRUARY 14, 2014 (Friday)
Last day to declare pass/no pass (P/NP) grade option
MARCH 14, 2014 (Friday)
End of Nine-Week Drop period (no drops after this date)
MAY 19, 2014 (Monday)
+ Spring nal exams begin
MAY 23, 2014 (Friday)
Spring semester ends. Commencement at Selland Arena, 6:30 p.m.

Enrollment Hours
ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS OFFICE
Monday to Friday ........................................................................... 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
WebAdvisor - Access your schedule, waitlist and other information at
www.webadvisor.scccd.edu

NOTES:

Evening classes observe the same holiday and


examination schedule as day classes. Saturday classes
DO NOT meet if a holiday falls on the preceding Friday
but DO meet if a holiday falls on the following Monday.
+ For Saturday classes, nal examinations held on
Saturday, May 17, 2014

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HOW TO READ THIS SCHEDULE

Abbreviation of subject
and course number.
The schedule number used
to sign up for the class.
***** indicates number
must be obtained from a
counselor or instructor.
SHADED areas designates
night or weekend classes.
Title abbreviation.
Indicates if a course is
degree applicable. See
Abbreviations Key below.

Number of course
units. Determines
enrollment fees.

Time of day
class meets.
Day or days of the week class
meets. ARR indicates hours are
arranged by the instructor.

Where class meets.


Letters and numbers
represent the building
and room number, or
off-campus location.
See page 160 for room
abbreviations.

Instructors name.
STAFF indicates
instructor had not
been determined
when the schedule
was printed.

Key to Graduation or Transfer Status Designations


The identication of the transfer acceptance of Fresno City College courses by the California State University and University of California systems
was one of the outcomes of the Fresno City College Student Success Project. Listed with the course subject and number, if applicable,
are abbreviations identifying the transfer or graduation status of the course. The key to the abbreviations follows:
A

Associate degree applicable

CSU

Transferable to the California State University system

CSU-GE

Meets the general education requirements for the California State University transfer certication. Completion of all courses in the
California State University General Education transfer certication pattern will permit a student to transfer to a campus in the California
State University system without having to complete additional lower division general education courses after transfer.

Meets the requirements of the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC). Completion of all IGETC requirements
will permit a student to transfer to a campus in either the California State University or University of California system without
having to complete additional lower division general education courses after transfer.

UC

Transferable to the University of California system

It is the policy of this district that, unless specically exempted by statute, every course, section or class, the attendance of which is to
be reported for state aid, whenever offered and maintained by the district, shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any
person who has been admitted to the college and who meets the prerequisites established pursuant to Chapter 11, Division 2, Part IV,
Title 5 of the California Administrative Code commencing with Section 51006.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE IS A COLLEGE OF THE STATE CENTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
This institution does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, age, or sexual orientation.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

Flow Charts for English and Mathematics Courses


These ow charts are designed to help you determine the appropriate level of English and mathematics courses that you will
need for graduation and/or transfer to a four-year institution. Depending on your starting point, these charts indicate the sequence
of courses that prepare you for the writing, reading, mathematics and general education requirements for English and
mathematics associate degree and the English and mathematics transfer-level courses. Contact your counselor or English/
mathematics instructor for further assistance. NOTE: Any arrow leading to a course is a prerequisite.

MATHEMATICS

ENGLISH

ENGL 252
Writing
Improvement

MATH 250
College
Arithmetic

MATH 260A
through 260D
Series

ESL 264R ESL 264W


Inter Read/ Inter Write/
Voc
Gramr

ENGL 262
Reading
Improvement

MATH 255
PreAlgebra

ESL 265R ESL265W


High Int High Int
Read/Voc Write/Gramr

ESL 68
ESL 67
Adv AND Adv
Read/Voc Write/Gramr

MATH 10A
Struc/Concepts

MATH 10B
Struc/Concepts II

MATH 11

Elem Statistics
MATH/DS 21
Finite MATH

MATH 45*

Contemp Math

MATH 6
Analysis III

MATH 7
Differentl Equat

MATH 5B
Analysis II

MATH/PSY 42

Stats-Behvrl Sci

MATH 26
Elem Linear Alg

* Does not transfer to UC. Check with IGETC or major


sheet to see which math is acceptable for each UC
major.

Level 3
BA/BS Degree
Courses/Transferable

MATH 5A
Analysis I

MATH 4B
Precalculus

MATH 103
Inter
Algebra

MATH 4A*
Trigonometry

MATH 102
Plane
Geometry

AT 131
Tech Reports

ENGL 1A
Read & Comp
or
ENGL 1AH
Honors Read & Comp

Level 2
AA/AS Degree Courses/
Non-Transferable

OR

ENGL 126
Coll Rdng
Skills

MATH 201
Elem
Algebra

AND

ENGL 125
Coll Writ
Skills

Level 1
Developmental Courses

ESL 263R ESL 263W


Low Int
Low Int
Read/Voc Write/Gramr

ENGL 260
Basic
Reading

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

Welcome to Fresno City College!


You have made a smart choice by attending a community
college. Whether you are taking your rst course or nishing up a certicate or degree, we are condent you will be
satised with your experience here and will be pleased with
the wide-variety of course offerings available to you.

This schedule is designed to help you with locating the class(es) you will
need at the day and time that will work for you. There is also information
regarding student services, counseling, bookstore policies, nancial aid,
registration information and deadlines, payment deadlines, transfer listings,
WebAdvisor and more!

Community college is one of the biggest bargains in higher education, saving


student thousands of dollars a year in tuition while offering quality courses
with experienced and knowledgeable instructors.

For more info also visit us on the Web at www.fresnocitycollege.edu or nd


us on Facebook at Fresno City College Campus News and join our social
network! Have a great semester!

ADMISSIONS
You are eligible to apply for admission to Fresno City College, if you meet
one of the following criteria:
at least 18 years old, or
have graduated from high school, or
have completed a GED or CHSPE (California High School
Prociency Exam), or

Follow these steps to assist you in becoming a successful student at Fresno


City College. To view this checklist online, go to www.fresnocitycollege.edu
and click on Getting Started.

APPLICATION/ADMISSIONS
New and returning students must apply to college. The admissions
application is available online at www.fresnocitycollege.edu.

FINANCIAL AID (available for eligible students)

High school juniors and seniors who have the permission of their
parents, high school counselor and principal.

To determine eligibility for nancial aid, complete the FAFSA (Free


Application for Federal Student Aid) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

Applying for Admission

ORIENTATION

If you have never attended Fresno City College (new or transfer) or have
been away for two or more semesters (former), you must rst complete
an application for admission. Apply online at www.fresnocitycollege.edu.
Students who have been continuously enrolled (attended Fall 2013) are
not required to complete an application.

Students may be exempt from participating in orientation for any of the


following reasons:

High school juniors and seniors must complete a SCCCD application as


well as the High School Enrichment application each semester wishing to
attend classes concurrently. Applications are available at Admissions and
Records as well as the College Relations ofce.

Student Success/Matriculation
Matriculation is a process that allows you and the college to form a
partnership which helps you to attain your goals. This partnership requires
you to commit yourself to your educational goals and requires the college
to commit to helping you succeed.
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Counseling Department.
Si necesita informacin en espaol para su admisin, favor
de ponerse en contacto con el Departamento de Consejeros o la
Ocina de Admisiones y Seccin de Expedientes.

New students are required to participate in a new student orientation.


Complete the online orientation at
http://online.fresnocitycollege.edu/fcc_orientation

Attended another college/university


Completed an associate degree or higher
For more information about exemption from Orientation, contact the
Counseling Department at (559) 442-8226.

ASSESSMENT TESTING
Most classes have an English or Math pre-requisite. Take the English and
Math placement tests to determine which courses are most appropriate
for your skill level. Call (559) 442-8282 for the date/time recording or go
online to www.fresnocitycollege.edu/assessmentcenter.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


Students may be exempt from taking the English and/or Math placement
tests for the following reasons:
Earned a score of 3 or higher on an Advanced Placement English
test or an Advanced Placement Calculus test
Earned a grade of C or higher in high school Algebra 1 course
or higher course within the last 2 years
Earned College readiness for English or math on the Early Assessment
Program (EAP) test
Completed a college level English and/or math course at another
college/university
For more information about Assessment test exemptions, contact the
Counseling Department at (559) 442-8226.

COUNSELING
For assistance with educational planning, contact the Counseling
Department at (559) 442-8226 or visit the website at
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/counseling for more information on
how to meet with a counselor.

REGISTRATION
Register for classes using WebAdvisor, www.fresnocitycollege.edu, or in
the Admissions and Records Ofce located on the 1st oor of the Student
Services Building.

FOLLOW UP
Follow up counseling sessions, workshops, and other assistance are
available to help students make successful progress toward their goals.

How to Activate Your State Center Community College District (SCCCD) Student Email Account
1. Username and Password.
Your organizational account is your student email address, which is:
lastname_studentID#@my.scccd.edu
Your default password is:
P@ssword123
NOTE: If your last name is hyphenated, type both names as one word without the hyphen.
For example, Richard Smith-Jones organizational account would be smithjones_0649848@my.scccd.edu.
2. Go to the login page.
There are two ways to access your student email account - click the Email link at the top of the Fresno City College
website home page, or type http://mail.ofce365.com in the address bar of your web browser.
3. Provide account information.
Your next steps will be to verify your password and choose a security question and answer. Re-type P@ssword123 in the
*Password box. Then click on the *Question drop down menu to choose your security question and type the answer to your
question in the *Secret answer box.
NOTE: You might not see this screen. You may go directly to the Outlook Web App Preferred Language and Time Zone screen
(See Step #4 below) or to your student email Inbox (see Step #5 below). If this happens, dont panic its okay!
4. Select preferred language and time zone.
Most students will select English as the preferred language, but if English is not your rst language, you may want to experiment
with the other languages offered to see what works best for you. You can change the language later on the Options page once
youre logged in.
5. Your student email Inbox.
Having trouble?
If you need help to log into your account, call the Student Services Help Desk at (559) 442-8240 or toll free at
(866) 245-3276 for assistance.

Please remember, this is the primary tool the college will use to communicate with you check your
my.scccd.edu on a regular basis to keep informed of important college information and deadline dates!

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration for all SCCCD classes is by assigned date only. All students will
be notied by email, at their free my.scccd.edu email account, to include
his/her assigned registration date, current academic standing, and any
registration holds. Students in Good academic standing and without any
other holds may register using WEBADVISOR.

Registration Holds

WEBADVISOR: Log on to the Fresno City College website at


www.fresnocitycollege.edu and click on Quick Links then scroll down
to WebAdvisor. For rst- time users, your login and password is in the
following format:

If you are intending to register in person and are unable to do so on your


assigned date, you may have someone else proxy (substitute) for you
provided the following procedure is observed.

Login: lastname_studentID# e.g., doe_0123456 (all lower case)


Password: Your six digit birthdate (i.e. January 1, 1980 = 010180)
Please be sure to print My class schedule and refer to Your payment
due date to determine when your fee payment is due before logging off of
WebAdvisor.
High School Enrichment students will not be allowed to register for
class(s) prior to the start of the semester. Students must attend the rst
day of the class(s) he/she wishes to enroll and acquire a Student add
label from the instructor to ADD the class. The student then must bring
the Student add label along with a copy of the approved high school
enrichment application to the Admissions and Records ofce to be
enrolled.

All holds must be cleared prior to registration. Also refer to page 8 for
Student Academic Standing chart.

Proxy Registration

PROXY must have a signed and dated written statement, with your
date-of-birth and student ID#, authorizing him/her to register on your
behalf. Forms are available at the Admissions and Records ofce. The
PROXY should also have a list of classes you intend to take (including
several alternatives).
The Federal Family Education Rights and Privacy Act requires the college
to obtain written permission from the student to release any educational
records, to include registration information, to anyone other than
themselves.

Earn College Credit While Studying Abroad!


Students at Fresno City College may take advantage
of international study programs offered by the college
district. The international programs allow students an
opportunity to study in another country while earning
transferable college credit, as well as enable them to
gain a rst-hand understanding of other regions and
cultures of the world.

The study abroad programs for 2014 will be


to London, England and Italy
Italy.
See page 15 for more information.
For more information on these programs, please visit our
Study Abroad webpage at
www.scccd.edu/index.aspx?page=148 or contact
Dr. Margaret Hiebert at (559) 442-4600, ext. 8101
or by e-mail: margaret.hiebert@fresnocitycollege.edu.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

REGISTRATION HOLD CHART


Registration hold(s) prevent the student from registering for classes online (WebAdvisor), by phone (Touchtone) or in person; therefore the hold(s) must
be resolved prior to registering for classes.
The chart below provides a brief description of the hold and reference to the appropriate ofce or online site to clear the hold.

REGISTRATION HOLD

DESCRIPTION

WHERE TO CLEAR

AB540

AB540 Afdavit required; Non-Resident tuition exemption.

Campus A&R Ofce

ADREG

Student needs to update or correct information on his/her record.

Campus A&R Ofce

ARADD

Need a current mailing address and/or phone on le.

Login to WebAdvisor www.webadvisor.scccd.edu,


then click on Update Address Telephone,
Allow 24 business hours for hold to be cleared.

AR

Current Admission Application needed.

ARU18

Student under the age of 18. Must provide documentation of


High School graduation, GED or equivalent.

Campus A&R Ofce

ATHL

Must see Athletic Counselor.

Campus Counseling Ofce

BENR or BF* or BR*

Outstanding $$ balance on account

Campus Business Ofce

CALWK

Must have clearance from CalWorks Counselor

Campus CalWorks Ofce

DEAN

Must contact Vice President of Student Services

Campus VP of Student Services

DSPS

Must have clearance from DSPS ofce

Campus DSP & S Ofce

EOPS

Must have clearance from EOPS ofce

Campus EOP & S Ofce

FGYM

PE equipment must be returned

FCC PE Ofce

HE*

High School Enrichment Student, must enroll or drop


classes in person

Campus A&R Ofce

INTL

Must have clearance from International Students ofce

Campus International & Veterans Ofce

First time college students; must complete orientation


online

Orientation is available online at:


counseling.scccd.edu

ACADEMIC / PROGRESS
PROBATION DISMISSAL

Students with a Probation or Dismissal


standing, refer to the next page for assistance.

Refer to the Student Academic


Standing page for assistance.

Apply on-line at www.fresnocitycollege.edu, www.


reedleycollege.edu, www.willowinternational.com,
www.maderacenter.com or www.oakhurstcenter.
com Excluding High School Enrichment students

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STUDENT ACADEMIC STANDING

State education code requires students to maintain satisfactory progress while enrolled at a community college. Students who do not make satisfactory progress
by completing courses and/or achieving satisfactory grades will be placed on progress or academic probation respectively.
Progress Probation - student has attempted and accumulated a total of 12 or more units for which the entries of W, NP, NC, and I are recorded
reaches or exceeds fty percent (50%).
Academic Probation - student has attempted and accumulated a total of 12 or more semester units for which the cumulative grade point average falls below
2.0 in all units which were graded on the basis of letter grades.
Progress/Academic Dismissal - student will be subject to dismissal if in three consecutive semesters (semesters shall be considered consecutive on
the basis of the students enrollment exclusive of summer session) the students percentage of units in which the entries of W, NP, NC and I, were
recorded reached or exceeded fty percent (50%) OR students cumulative grade point average was less than 2.0.
CODE

DESCRIPTION OF CODE

P1* or A1*

Level 1 Probation - Student must complete the SCCCD Online Probation Workshop to have their registration hold cleared.

P2 or A2

Level 2 Probation - Reedley, Willow International, Madera & Oakhurst student must meet with a counselor prior to
registration. FCC student must complete the SCCCD Online Probation Workshop to have their registration hold cleared.

PD or AD

Progress / Academic Dismissal - Student must meet with a counselor, complete a Readmission Petition and register in person,
with copy of the signed petition at the Admissions & Records ofce. May not have access to WebAdvisor to register. Requires a Work
in Progress form for counselor signature at midterm.

GOODF

Level 2 Probation - Student completed the SCCCD Online Probation Workshop and identied him/herself as attending Fresno City
College. Student will only be able to register for classes with a campus location of FCC, F.WEB, OFF or CTC.

RPAR

Returning DQ Student - Student has sat out the required number of semesters, met with a counselor and completed a Readmission
Petition for the current semester. Student will need to meet with a counselor prior to any future semester registration.

*A student with a combination that includes Level 2 Probation or Dismissal codes must see a counselor and register in
person at the Admissions & Records ofce.
CPBP

Continued Probation per Board Policy


Student on probation (academic or progress), may not be dismissed if during the third consecutive semester of below satisfactory
work the student maintains a semester GPA of 2.0 and completes more than 50% of the semester units attempted. Student must see a
counselor and register in person at the Admissions & Records ofce. Requires a Work in Progress form for counselor signature at midterm.

DQP

Academic / Progress Dismissal Pending Appeal


A Dismissal Appeal must be submitted, with all supporting documentation, by the published deadline. Students who do
not submit an appeal will be dis-enrolled and required to SIT-OUT.

DQ1

First Disqualication
Student cannot enroll for a minimum of one semester. Readmission Petition required.

DQ2

Second Disqualication
Student cannot enroll for a minimum of one year. Readmission Petition required

DQ3

Third Disqualication
Student cannot enroll for a minimum of two years. Readmission Petition required

Fresno City College

Spring 2014
FRESNO CITY COLLEGE
Steps to Success for New Students

(For rst time college students)


To assist you in becoming a successful college student, follow the steps in order.

Step 1: Admissions Application


a. Apply online at: http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu and click on
Apply Online. Application is processed with two business days.
b. Activate your SCCCD email account:
http://fresnocitycollege.edu/studentemail. Email is the
primary way the college will communicate with you.
c. Go to WebAdvisor at http://webadvisor.scccd.edu/ to get your
SCCCD student identication number. Click on Whats My User
ID.
d. Call (559) 442-8240 for help with WebAdvisor or student email.

Step 2: Financial Aid


a. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. If you need assistance, go to the
Financial Aid Lab in the Library, room 123.
b. Apply for Scholarships, view important deadlines and contact
information at: http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/nancialaid

Step 3: Assessment/Place
Assessment/Pla ment Test
Do I need to take the English/Math placement tests?
a. Take the Math and English placement tests if you are planning
to work toward an associate degree or transfer to a university.
b. You may be exempt from taking English and/or Math
placement tests if you:
u Earned a score of 3 or higher on an AP exam
u Completed Algebra 1 or higher course in high school with a
C or better within the last 2 years (see a counselor for
placement)
u Achieved college-readiness in Math and/or English on the
Early Assessment Program (EAP) test taken in high school
(applies only if you just graduated from high school).
Testing procedures:
a. Pick a date and time to take your tests.
u View check-in process, schedule and test samples online at:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/assessmentcenter
u A photo ID, your student SCCCD ID#, and a #2 pencil is
required. You will not be admitted to the testing room
without your ID.

Step 4: New Student Orientation


As a new student, you will have a registration hold until you
participate in new student orientation. Complete the online orientation
at: http://online.fresnocitycollege.edu/fcc_orientation/. Your
registration hold will be released within two business days.

Step 5: Educational Planning/


Planning/Counseling
Counseling
a. If you need assistance with educational planning, transfer
options, understanding general education/major requirements,
etc. you can make an appointment with a counselor.
u Online:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=2610
u By calling: (559) 442-8226
b. For more information, visit the Counseling Department webpage at
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/counseling

Step 6: Register for Classes


a. You can register in the following ways:
1. Online using WebAdvisor at: http://webadvisor.scccd.edu/
2. On-campus in the Admissions ofce (Student Services
building, 1st oor)
b. Before you register, make sure all your prerequisite
requirements have been met. If the prerequisite was not
taken and passed at one of the SCCCD campus sites, bring your
high school or college transcripts to the Counseling Department
for review.

Step 7: Pay Fees


a. Student Fees:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=606
b. Fee Deadlines:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=614
c. FCC Photo ID - Pay at Business Ofce (Old Administration Building.
Room 151A) and take receipt to Student Activities Ofce located
next to the Cafeteria.
d. If receiving Financial Aid, contact Financial Aid Ofce at
(559) 442-8245.

Step 8: Textbooks
Tex
a. PREVIEW what textbooks are required at:
http://www.bookstore.fresnocitycollege.edu/frescity/.
b. Books can be purchased or rented from the Bookstore which is
located across from the Cafeteria:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=60

Step 9: Attend Classes


Attend your classes on the rst day of school you may be dropped
from class if you fail to attend the rst class session.

Important Dates
January 13, 2014 spring semester begins
For more important dates visit:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=2449

Notes:

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Fresno City College


Spring 2014
SPRING
2014 CLASS SCHEDULE
Steps to Success for Students Returning / Transferring to FCC
(For Returning FCC students and students transferring to FCC from another college)
To assist you in becoming a successful college student, follow the steps in order.

Step 1: Admissions Application


a. Apply online at: http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu and click on
Apply Online. Application is processed within two business days.
u If you are returning to FCC and have not been enrolled for at
least 1 semester, you will need to reapply
b. Activate your SCCCD email account:
http://fresnocitycollege.edu/studentemail. Email is the
primary way the college will communicate with you.
u Returning students - dont forget to login and check regularly
u New to SCCCD - Activate your SCCCD email account
and check regularly. Call (559) 442-8240 for student
email help.
c. Go to WebAdvisor at http://webadvisor.scccd.edu
http://webadvisor.scccd.edu// to get your
SCCCD student ID#. Click on Whats My User ID.
d. Request ofcial transcripts from each college of attendance
whether or not credit was earned. Ofcial transcripts must be
sent directly to Fresno City College Admissions and Records.

Step 2: Financial Aid


a. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. If you need help, go to the
Financial Aid Lab in the Library, room 123.
b. Apply for Scholarships, view important deadlines and contact
information at http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/nancialaid

Step 3: Assessment/Place
Assessment/Pla ment Test
Do I need to take the English/Math placement tests?
a. No, if you took the Math and English placement tests at one
of the SCCCD campus sites within the last two years, your scores
are still valid.
b. No, if you took an English and/or Math class at another
college. Bring a copy of your college transcripts and course
descriptions to the FCC Counseling Department for review.
c. Yes, if your scores are more than 2 years old and you have not
taken an English and/or Math course at a SCCCD college/campus.
d. Yes, if you have never taken an English and/or Math class at
another college.
Testing procedures:
a. Pick a date and time to take your tests.
u View check-in process, schedule and test samples online at:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/assessmentcenter
u A photo ID, your student SCCCD ID#, and a #2 pencil is
required. You will not be admitted to the testing room
without your ID.

Step 4: New Student Orientation


You are encouraged to review FCCs online student orientation at
http://online.fresnocitycollege.edu/fcc_orientation/
Notes:

Step 5: Educational Planning/


Planning/Counseling
Counseling
a. If you need assistance with educational planning, transfer
options, understanding general education/major requirements,
etc. you can make an appointment with a counselor.
u Online:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=2610
u By calling: (559) 442-8226
b. For more information, visit the Counseling Department webpage at
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/counseling

Step 6: Register for Classes


a. You can register in the following ways:
1. Online using WebAdvisor at: http://webadvisor.scccd.edu
http://webadvisor.scccd.edu/
2. On-campus in the Admissions ofce (Student Services
building, 1st oor)
b. Before you register, make sure all your prerequisite
requirements have been met. If the prerequisite was not
taken and passed at one of the SCCCD campus sites, bring your
high school or college transcripts to the Counseling Department
for review.

Step 7: Pay Fees


a. Student Fees:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=606
b. Fee Deadlines:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=614
c. FCC Photo ID - Pay at Business Ofce (Old Administration Building.
Room 151A) and take receipt to Student Activities Ofce located
next to the Cafeteria.
d. If receiving Financial Aid, contact Financial Aid Ofce at
(559) 442-8245.

Step 8: Textbooks
Tex
a. PREVIEW what textbooks are required at:
http://www.bookstore.fresnocitycollege.edu/frescity/
b. Books can be purchased or rented from the Bookstore which is
located across from the Cafeteria:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=60

Step 9: Attend Classes


Attend your classes on the rst day of school you may be dropped
from class if you fail to attend the rst class session.

Important Dates
January 13, 2014 spring semester begins
For more important dates visit:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=2449

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WEBADVISOR: REGISTER ONLINE


WebAdvisor is available for registration. Students in good standing,
with no registration holds, can access WebAdvisor Registration at
www.webadvisor.scccd.edu or by choosing the WebAdvisor link at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu.
User will be asked to enter your user ID; this is your last name combined
with your 7-digit student ID number in the format lastname_student ID#
(example: smith_0123456). If you cannot remember your login name,
click on Whats My User ID? for help.
User will be asked for your password. For rst-time users, your temporary WebAdvisor password is your 6-digit birthdate in the format
010180. For example, if your birthdate is January 1, 1980, then your 6digit password is 010180. The rst time you login you will be prompted
to change your password. A password hint feature is available to help
you remember your WebAdvisor password in the future.

All registration policies and information that apply to TouchTone Registration also apply to WebAdvisor Registration and Waitlists (refer to
page 13).
For variable unit courses, change number of units before submitting
transaction.
To change your WebAdvisor password, use the Change Password
Option on the WebAdvisor screen.
Online help is available to assist you while using WebAdvisor.
Students will receive add/drop activity to his/her my.scccd.edu email
account. You can print your schedule from the WebAdvisor my schedule
page. You can also obtain a copy at the Admissions and Records Ofce.
Refer to the payment due link to determine when fees are due.
Student is responsible for submitting payments by payment due date.

Register Online
Go to either Express Registration or Search
and Register for classes
A shopping cart of Preferred Sections will
be created for you; Preferred classes are not
registered classes. See next step
You must take an action and submit your
requests to be registered
You can add your name on a waitlist
You may also drop a class from your
Preferred Sections or your Registered
Sections
All registration rules will apply to waitlisted
courses
You can only be placed on one waitlist
per class
If you have a time conict you cannot be
registered for a class
Time conicts between registered classes
and waitlisted classes may result in being
dropped from the waitlisted class

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CLASS SCHEDULE PLANNING HINTS


Planning your class schedule (along with an alternative schedule or two),
obtaining the necessary approval signatures (see Counseling, page 15, for
details), clearing registration holds, etc., should be done well in advance
of your assigned date in order to avoid last minute delays in your registration.

BEGIN PLANNING your class schedule with those courses which


are the most critical for you to have or those which are limited to one
or two sections. Build the balance of your schedule around these
courses. Prepare several alternative schedules in case your rst
choice(s) is closed. Also take into consideration such things as your
transportation time to and from the campus, nding a place to park,
travel time between class locations, your job and break periods for
meals and/or library preparation time.
DOUBLE-CHECK everything carefully. The college assumes no
responsibility to adjust time conicts which are the result of the
students own error. The online registration system will catch most time
conicts, but the nal responsibility is yours.
The time you invest in this type of planning will not only help to make your
registration much easier but will also make your entire semester more
enjoyable and productive.

Late Registration
Beginning the rst week of classes, a student on a class WAIT LIST or
wishing to add a class will be required to obtain a Student Add Label from
the instructor of record. The Student Add Label contains an authorization
code that allows the student to register for that class using the TouchTone
and WebAdvisor Registration Systems. Specic instructions on how to use
the authorization code with TouchTone or WebAdvisor is provided by the
instructor at the time the Student Add Label is acquired.
Students who are not in Good academic standing or have any outstanding registration holds will not have access to TouchTone or WebAdvisor
Registration. The student will need to take their Student Add Label with
authorization code to the registration ofce to register.

Other Limitations on Enrollment


Enrollment in certain courses or educational programs of study may
require tryouts, auditions or may be limited by health and safety
considerations, facility limitations, faculty workload, the availability of
qualied instructors, funding limitations or legal requirements imposed
by statutes, regulations or contracts. All such limitations are in conformity
with the provisions of Title 5, Section 58106, California Community College
Board of Governors.

INSTRUCTOR PERMISSION Classes require instructor permission.


Obtain the necessary permission from the instructor or division ofce.

PETITION REQUIRED Classes are part of a learning community or


special program. Please refer to the printed schedule for contact
information
Prerequisites/Corequisites/Advisories
Students are urged to study the description of courses in the catalog to
ensure that prerequisites are satised before registering for a course.
Correct registration at an early date is important.
A prerequisite is dened to mean a condition of enrollment that a
student must meet in order to register in a course or program. It is the
students responsibility to be certain that he/she has met the necessary
prerequisite(s) for any course.
A corequisite indicates that the course must be taken simultaneously with
another course if not already completed.
The student will be dropped from any class where it is veried that the
necessary prerequisite or corequisite has not been taken or has not been
successfully completed with a grade of C or better, or a successful challenge is not on le.
It should be understood by the student that whether or not a prerequisite
is specically stated, the instructional staff of this college assumes that
each student who enrolls in a transfer level course possesses sufcient
competencies in the areas of reading, writing and mathematics to be able
to prot from instruction.
Prerequisites and Corequisites can be fullled in the following
ways:

PLACEMENT TEST there is not a fee for this test. View


the check-in process, schedule, and test samples online at:
www.fresnocitycollege.edu/assessmentcenter
SUCCESSFUL completion of the prerequisite or corequisite course
with a grade of C or better.
CHALLENGE Students who do not take the English or Math
placement test may furnish other evidence (e.g., college transcript,
other college placement tests) which provides verication he/she
has successfully completed the college level prerequisite or corequisite
course(s). This evidence MUST be presented or available to a
counselor at the time you seek written approval prior to registration.
An Advisory indicates that the institution recommends, but does not
require, certain course work be taken prior to enrolling in the described
course.

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FEATURES TO HELP YOU WITH MANAGING WAITLISTS


View your waitlisted classes anytime with Manage My Waitlist
Drop waitlisted classes anytime by selecting REMOVE from the Action Box
You may also drop a class from your registered sections
Important Notice: You must waitlist for all corequisite classes to be considered for
registration in a class that requires a corequisite.

Waitlists
Once a section has reached the maximum seat capacity, students may have
the option of being placed on a WAITLIST for a specic section of the
course. NOT ALL CLASSES HAVE WAITLISTS. Please note the following rules
apply:
1. Students will be added to a WAITLIST on a rst-come, rst serve basis
2. Students cannot be placed on a WAITLIST prior to their registration
appointment date.
3. Students may add their name to any available WAIT LIST up to the last
day of registration prior to the start of the class.
4. Students cannot be placed on a WAITLIST for more than one section of
the same course.
5. Students cannot be placed on a WAITLIST for the same course when
already enrolled in another section.

6. Students cannot remain on a WAITLIST for a section of a course that


will cause a Time Conict with another course sections already
enrolled. Admissions and Records will drop the student from the wait
list.
7. Admissions and Records will regularly monitor all WAITLISTS. As a
seat becomes available, the student in the rst position of the waitlist
will be enrolled into the class, providing all requisites and registration
holds are cleared, and will be notied by email.
8. Students on a WAITLIST will have rst priority for any seats in a full
class that may subsequently become available during the rst 20% of
the section PROVIDED that he/she attends each and every class
meetings (rst 20% period for 18 week sections is the rst 3 weeks)
9. Students on the WAITLIST must be present the rst class meeting,
and if the instructor determines there are openings in the class, the
students on the WAIT LIST will be offered the seats based upon the
order in which their names appear on the list. Students are
responsible for ofcially adding the class section within the published
registration dates.

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ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

ATTENDANCE - Students are expected to attend all class sessions.


Students may be dropped from class if he/she fails to attend the rst
class session of the semester. Only the instructor may excuse an absence.
Students on a WAITLIST must attend the rst class meeting to obtain
instructor permission to ADD the class.

DROPPING A CLASS Refer to the Enrollment Dates and Deadlines on


page 1. Students may drop a class using WebAdvisor or in person.
Students not in GOOD standing, or with a monetary hold, must drop a
class in person at the campus Admissions and Records ofce.
It is the students responsibility to ofcially drop a class in which he/she
no longer wishes to be enrolled.
Withdrawal from a full-term 18-week class through the end of the
third week (prior to the 20 percent point) will result in no entry
on the students permanent record.
Withdrawal from a full-term 18-week class beginning the fourth
week through the ninth week (50 percent point) of instruction
will result in an entry of W recorded on the students
permanent record.
Withdrawal from a short-term class will vary based upon the
meeting dates of a class. The student will need to obtain these
dates from the Instructor
- An entry of W will be recorded on the students permanent
record beginning at the 20 percent point of a class through
the 50 percent point of a class.

WITHDRAWAL FROM COLLEGE A student may withdraw from all of


his/her classes, using WebAdvisor, provided the student does not have any
monetary holds and is in GOOD standing, or in person through the last day
of the ninth week for full-term classes (18-week) or the 50 percent point
of short-term classes. The student may also mail or fax a signed letter, and
must be received on or before the nal drop date, to the Admissions and
Records ofce. Mailing address and fax number available at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu/For Students/Admissions and Records.
Excessive Ws will be used as factors in progress probation and
dismissal.

Dropping/Withdrawal Due to Extenuating


Circumstances
Exceptions to the Final drop (50 percent point) deadline may apply due to
extenuating circumstances. Extenuating circumstances are veried cases
of natural calamity, military conscription, family or job displacement, jury
duty, declaration of war, death in the immediate family, accident or illness,
faculty error, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student.

Petitions for Withdrawal due to Extenuating Circumstances are available at


the Admissions and Records ofce.
1. The extenuating circumstances must be fully documented and veried.
Medical withdrawals must be processed through the Health Services
department.
2. The petition must be submitted no later than the end of the semester
immediately following the withdrawal.
3. The student must withdraw from all classes. Exceptions may be
considered on a case-by-case basis.
4. Instructor will be consulted concerning the withdrawal petition. If
grades have been posted, the instructor must approve the grade
change.
5. Approved withdrawals will result in a W mark recorded on the
students record. Excessive Ws will be used as factors in
progress probation and dismissal.

Course Repetition for a Better Grade


Students may repeat a college course, not designated as repeatable, in
which he/she has received a grade of D, F, NC/NP, or W, by re-enrolling in
the course. Student will be required to complete a Repeat Petition at the
Admissions and Records ofce and meet with a counselor before being
allowed to register or waitlist for a class, if:
a. Student has received two (2) failing grades D, F or NC/NP, or
b. Student has received two (2) Ws, or
c. Student has received a combination of one (1) failing grade
and one (1) W.
If a student has received a combination of three(3) or more failing grades
and/or Ws, he/she will be required to submit a Student Education Plan
(SEP) with the Repeat Petition.
Students will be notied of their petition status within 4 days of submission. Notication will be sent to the students my.scccd.edu email account.

Grading
Consult the FCC Catalog or the Admissions and Records website for
the current grading system. Grades will be available for viewing on
WebAdvisor approximately ve working days after the last day of the fall
or spring semester. To check your grades on Touchtone (559-229-9833)
follow the steps below:

STEP 1 Select option #2


STEP 2 Enter your 7-digit Student ID#
STEP 3 Enter your six-digit PIN (your birthdate unless you changed it)
STEP 4 Listen to the voice prompts for the term you wish to retrieve.
After all the grades are reported for the chosen semester, you will be given
the option of selecting another term.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


SPECIAL PROGRAMS
Apprenticeship Classes
Enrollment in apprenticeship classes is restricted to those students
working in the trade. Approval of the coordinator of apprenticeship
training (ofce T-100) is required. 442-4600, ext. 8515

Army and Air Force ROTC Courses


Fresno City College students may register for classes designed for those
who wish to explore becoming an ofcer in the United States Air Force
or the United States Army. These classes are conducted at California State
University, Fresno and at Fresno City College. Students must be in good
academic standing and be enrolled at Fresno City College. Consult the
Aerospace Studies Department (278-2593) at CSUF or the Military Studies
Department (244-2638) at FCC for information on courses offered and
class meeting times.
Fresno City College will accept ROTC units as general elective units
toward the AA or AS degree. The freshman and sophomore courses are
non-obligation and allow students to experience what the Air Force or
Army might be like should they decide to continue with the program and
earn a commission. A number of scholarships are available through both
programs.

Study Abroad
Students at Fresno City College, Reedley College, Mader Center,
Oakhurst Center, and Willow International Center may take advantage
of international study programs offered by the college district. The
international programs allow students an opportunity to study in another
country while earning transferable college credit, as well as enable them
to gain a rst-hand understanding of other regions and cultures of the
world. The study abroad programs for 2014 include:
Italy May 18-31, 2014
Explore the roots of Early Childhood Development in Italy! Join SCCCD
Childhood Development faculty as they visit various child development
programs in Reggio-Emilia, Pistoia, Florence, and Rome. The program
offers CD 7A or CD 20.
London, England May 22-June 13, 2014
Enjoy studying photography or architecture in London! You will visit
popular venues in the city and attend a theatre performance. You will tour
important architectural sites in London and travel to Canterbury, Bath,
York, and Stonehenge. The program offers Photo 5 or SpSt 49 History of
English Architecture.
For more information on these programs, please visit our Study Abroad
webpage at www.scccd.edu/index.aspx?page=148 or contact Dr. Margaret
Hiebert at (559) 442-4600, ext. 8101 or by e-mail:
margaret.hiebert@fresnocitycollege.edu.

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Work Experience
Students can earn one college credit for each 75 hours of paid
employment or 60 hours of volunteer employment. Below are the specic
requirements for the respective types of work experience.
OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE Students can earn 1-8 units per
semester not to exceed 16 units in total.

There will be a one hour class per week.

Students job is directly related to the work experience class


(e.g., ACCTG-19, BA-19); and
- majoring in the eld; or
- enrolled in a course directly related to the job.
GENERAL WORK EXPERIENCE Students can earn 1-6 units, per
semester.
There will be one hour in class per week
For further information, contact Registration located in the Admissions
and Records Ofce.

STUDENT SERVICES
Counseling Department
The Counseling Department provides comprehensive counseling services
that include assistance with academic, personal and career counseling
services. Counselors promote personal development and a successful
college experience by coordinating quality services and programs that are
focused on the needs of students. A variety of workshops, online services,
and specialized programs are available for students. Specialized programs
are available for students meeting eligibility criteria (see program
descriptions on page 17). The department is located on the second oor
of the Student Services Building. Regular hours are Monday through
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 442-8226.
The Counseling Department is pleased to announce our new online
appointment scheduling system. Students can now schedule a counseling
appointment online for either a Same Day appointment or a Future
appointment. Same Day appointments will open each morning online
at 7:45 a.m. Future appointments can be booked up to two weeks in
advance (during non-peak times). Please visit us online at
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=2610 to schedule
your appointment.

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FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


COUNSELING SERVICES
English and Math placement assessments, career and major exploration,
assessments/inventories, planning and development, Academic counseling
and/or advising in course selection and educational planning, certicate,
degree and transfer completion, Student Educational Plan specialized
programs classes.
High school juniors and seniors interested in taking classes
through the High School Enrichment Program should contact College
Relations. 442-8225
Yog koj xav paub kev xeem ntawv (Assessment), thov mus cuag tau
Counseling Department.
Si necesita informacin en espaol para su evaluacin, favor de
ponerse en contacto con el Departamento de Consejeros.

Career and Employment Center (CEC)


Career guidance and employment services are available to current students
and alumni in the Career and Employment Center. With the assistance of
a Career Counselor, students learn to explore careers that t their skills,
interests and abilities. Workshops and career events guide students in
selecting a major to streamline their path to success. The employment
services include: assistance from Job Developers, job search resources,
resume writing, employability workshops, interview preparation, job fairs,
and on-campus recruitment by employers. The Career and Employment
Centers website, www.jobs.fresnocitycollege.edu, is a resource that assists
students in nding full-time, part-time, federal work-study, temporary,
internship and volunteer positions. The Career and Employment Center is
located in the east end of the Library building, room LI-147. 442-8294

Cooperative Agencies Resources for


Education (CARE)
The CARE program was established as a supplemental component under
the requirements and guidelines of EOPS. This unique program provides
educational support services and activities for students who meet the
following criteria:

Single head of household


Receiving TANF/CalWORks
Have at least one child under the age of 14
Meet the EOPS eligibility requirements
Enrolled in 12 units or more

Applications can be picked up at the EOPS ofce (ST-101).

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Disabled Students Programs &


Services (DSP&S)
Students with physical, learning and/or psychological disabilities have
assistance available. DSP&S services that contribute toward a successful
course of study include:
Specialized academic, personal and career counseling
Specialized instruction in English, Math, Adaptive PE,
Workforce Preparation and Strategies
Learning Disability Assessment
Adaptive Computer Technology
Alternate Media Resources
Adaptive Ornamental Horticulture Instruction
Independent Living/Consumer Skills
Transition to College Classes
Specialized Supportive Services
Medical verication of disability must be provided to the Disabled
Students Programs and Services ofce to qualify for services.
442-8237 (Voice/TDD)

Extended Opportunity Programs and


Services (EOPS)
EOPS offers a comprehensive program for low-income and academically
underprepared students. This program includes special orientation,
academic and personal counseling, advising, special instruction, career
guidance, tutoring, nancial aid, college transfer information, book
services, emergency loans and other support services. Participants must
enroll in a minimum of 12 units.
To be selected for EOPS, a student must apply for Financial Aid. Financially
eligible students will be selected for evaluation. An EOPS interest card may
also be submitted to the EOPS ofce in ST 101, Student Services Building.
EOPS begins accepting applications for Book Services one month prior to
the start of each semester. Students are encouraged to apply early to
qualify for a grant. 442-8231

Writing and Reading Center


The Writing and Reading Center (LI-134) provides focused writing,
reading, and research assistance to all Fresno City College students. Tutors
are available to assist with any writing project and at any stage of the
writing process. Tutors also assist students in reading comprehension,
study skills, and test-taking strategies. We offer appointment-based,
walk-in, and online tutoring, in addition to group tutorial sessions and
workshops.
For more information, or to make an appointment, please call 442-8205,
or visit our website:
http://fccwise.fresnocitycollege.edu/pages/fccwise_complete/wrc.html

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FINANCIAL AID

The majority of FCC students receive some form of nancial aid. Assistance
is available to students in need of enrollment fee waivers, grants, loans,
part-time jobs and scholarships. For more information about nancial aid,
go to the Financial Aid Web page at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu/nancialaid 442-8245

IMPORTANT:
FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENTS
Any federal nancial aid recipient totally withdrawing from classes prior to
the completion of 60 percent of the semester may be expected to repay all
or a portion of any federal nancial aid received.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 2013-2014 ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER


The California Community Colleges offer the Board of Governors
Enrollment Fee Waiver for students who are California residents and who
meet any one of the following three criteria.
1. You or your family are receiving public assistance from the
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF, formerly AFDC) or
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or General Assistance/General
Relief or have certication from the California Department of
Veterans Affairs.
2. You meet the previous year 2012 income standards:

Number in Household
(including yourself

Total family income for last year


(adjusted gross income and/or
untaxed income)

1 ..................................................$16,755 or less
2 ..................................................$22,695 or less
3 ..................................................$28,635 or less
4 ..................................................$34,575 or less
Add $5,940 for each additional dependent beyond four.
3. You have completed the Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA) and have demonstrated nancial need.
See page 30 for the step by step process on applying for Financial
Aid.

COURSE REPEATABILITY
Students can only receive nancial aid for up to 1 repeat of any course
with a passing grade (this includes grades with a D). The Repeat
Coursework Policy is available on the main nancial aid webpage:
http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=33.

SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS (SAP) POLICY


Students are required to make satisfactory academic progress to remain
eligible for nancial aid. Please view the SAP policy on the nancial aid
webpage: http://www.fresnocitycollege.edu/index.aspx?page=2074.

Ayuda Financiera
La ayuda nanciera es para estudiantes con necesidad de:
dispensacin de matrcula, premios, prstamos, empleo de
temporalidad y becas. 442-8245

IMPORTANTE:
EXENCIN DE CUOTA DE INSCRIPCIN DE LA MESA DE
DIRECTORES PARA 2013-2014
Las Universidades Comunitarias de California ofrecen la
exencin de cuota de inscripcin de Matrcula de la Mesa de
Directores para estudiantes que son residentes de California que
satisfacen cualquiera de los tres requisitos:
1. Usted o su familia reciben asistencia del programa Asistencia
Temporal Para Familias Necesitadas (TANF, antes AFDC)
asistencia general. Ingreso Adicional de Seguro (SSI) tener
certicado del Departamento de Asuntos de Veteranos de
California.
2. Usted satisface uno de los siguientes niveles de ingreso para
el ao 2012.
Ingreso de Familia el Ao Pasado
(Ingreso bruto ajustado y/
Nmero en el Hogar
ingreso sin descuento de
(Incluyndose usted)
impuestos)
1 .............................................. $16,755 o menos
2 .............................................. $22,695 o menos
3 .............................................. $28,635 o menos
4 .............................................. $34,575 o menos
Agregue $5,940 por cada miembro adicional de familia cuando
son ms de cuatro.
Usted ha completado la Solicitud Gratuita para Asistencia Federal
Estudiantil (FAFSA) y ha demostrado necesidad nanciera.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


PROGRAM SERVICES
Assessment Center
The Assessment Center provides reading, writing, mathematics and
English as a Second Language (ESL) placement testing to assist students
in selecting appropriate college-level courses. Computer familiarity testing
is available through the Assessment Center, located at the east end of the
Library/Media Center complex (LI-146). The entrance faces the main
fountain. Call 442-8282 to obtain information on test dates and time or the
Assessment Center website at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu/assessment center.

Bridge Program
The Bridge program is an academic community designed to help aging-out
foster youth, ages 18-21, make transition into college and/or vocational
training opportunities more manageable. The Bridge program offers
support in the following areas: peer, academic, faculty, nancial, career,
employment, child care, transportation, housing and priority registration
for qualied aged-out foster youth. To meet initial eligibility requirements,
students must have completed a high school diploma or G.E.D. and have
taken the placement test and been placed into either English 262/252 or
English 125/126 and Math 260BCD or 255.
The one semester academic program consists of an English course (English 262 or 252 or 126 or 125), a Math course (either Math 260BCD or
255), Counseling 53 and one elective. Through topics, guest speakers, and
eld trips to local universities, students will be enlightened to various career/ vocational opportunities. Students are carefully monitored throughout the semester by attending monthly meetings among faculty and support
agencies. Tutoring, and academic progress reports are provided in order
to allow the student to take an active role in their academic standing.
The Bridge program is a collaborative effort provided by: Fresno City College, Arbor Education & Training, The Department of Children and Family
Services, and Fresno County Workforce Investment Board. For more
information please contact the Bridge counselor, Alexandra Gonzales at
(559) 442-4600, ext. 8677 or e-mail
alexandra.gonzales@fresnocitycollege.edu.

CalWORKs
CalWORKs provides an array of services to eligible participants. Eligibility
is determined by the individual receiving cash aid through the Fresno
County Department of Social Services (DSS). CalWORKs students are
referred to Fresno City College by an assessment process that determines a
need of further training in order to become job ready. Participants receive
a contract that states their educational and career goals as approved by

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Fresno County. Students then report to the Fresno City College CalWORKs
ofce for Orientation, academic counseling, and to begin the classes that
are approved under their contract.
The CalWORKs ofce is located in the Applied Technology 200 building
(T-200). The ofce is shared by FCC CalWORKs staff and Fresno County
staff to provide a one-stop location for student needs. CalWORKs services
include:

Assistance with Books


Child Care Assistance
Academic and Personal Counseling
CalWORKs Work-Study
Workshops and Counseling Classes
Transportation Assistance
Orientation
Financial Aid Application Assistance
Registration Assistance

The goal of CalWORKs is to provide intensive services to eligible participants in order to assist students in reaching their educational goals and
ultimately to become self sufcient through gainful employment. The
CalWORKs ofce (T-200) is open Monday Friday 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
442-8286

College Relations Ofce


Outreach services to schools and community organizations and orientation
sessions for new students are provided by the College Relations Ofce.
The staff visits area high schools to provide on-site advising and
registration services for the summer and fall semesters at FCC through the
Registration-To-Go program. Additionally, designated staff members will
provide information to potential adult enrollees.

IDILE
The Fresno City College IDILE program is an academic and community
leadership program designed to increase the number of African-American
college students who transfer to four-year institutions. IDILE provides a
structured learning community which links classes in English reading and
writing strategies, African-American studies and Counseling. These classes
are taught by dedicated and experienced faculty. Individualized counseling
and mentoring provide supportive services to students participating in the
program. Students enroll in the program for a full academic year. During
the fall semester, students must be eligible for English 125 and English 126
and are expected to take 13 units of IDILE courses, which include English
125, English 126, African-American Studies 1, and Counseling 147A.
During the spring semester students are expected to enroll in eight units of
IDILE classes, which include English 1A, African-American Studies 3, and
Counseling 48.

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Although IDILE is open to all students, it is designed to meet the needs of


students who historically have and continue to have difculties in community college. An IDILE student will be asked to participate in various
activities that will promote success. Each participant will meet with a
mentor several times during the academic year, meet with a counselor on
a regular basis, and participate in the IDILE study groups. IDILE is geared
towards enhancing the college experience while at Fresno City College.
Students interested in enrolling in the IDILE Program call 442-4600,
ext. 8643. The IDILE ofce is located on the second oor of the Student
Services Building.

Puente Project
The Puente Project at Fresno City College provides students with
accelerated writing instruction, sustained academic counseling, and
mentoring by professionals from the community. Students participate
in the program for two consecutive semesters and must be eligible for
English 125 and English 126 in the fall semester. The program consists
of English 125 and 126 and Counseling 43 the rst semester and English
1A and Counseling 54 the following semester. The course content of
the Puente classes has a Chicano/Latino emphasis. Throughout both
semesters, Puente students also maintain contact with their assigned
Puente mentor.
The purpose of the Puente Project is to increase the number of Fresno City
College Puente students who enroll in or transfer to four-year institutions.
Puente students also participate in extracurricular activities and eld trips
that promote transfer opportunities. Success at Fresno City College and the
continued pursuit of higher education is greatly emphasized. The Puente
Project is open to all students. For more information, contact Lori Natal at
442-4600, ext. 8644, or e-mail: lori.natal@fresnocitycollege.edu.

SYMBAA
In support of the college mission, the SYMBAA Program creates a
community of inquiry which facilitates the learning and development
of African American men. It promotes high standards of academic
and personal excellence, supports access rather than exclusion from
curricular and co-curricular activities, and fosters a universal view of the
world and self-based on a sound afro-centric perspective. It commits itself
to producing African American men of distinction who are able to think
critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanly. The SYMBAA
ofce is located on the second oor of the Student Services Building.
To assist African American male students in achieving success through
a coordinated program of courses and support
To assist students in acquiring condence and self-esteem
To provide opportunities for career exploration
To build a sense of civic responsibility and a commitment to service
learning

To develop positive African American male role models in the


community
To provide mentoring and tutorial support in elementary schools and
other non-prot agencies in the community
To offer Service-Learning experiences throughout the community
Students interested in this program must complete the following
steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Contact the SYMBAA Counselor at (559) 442-4600, ext. 8625.


Review the practice placement test that will be provided to you.
Take the English and Math placement test.
Provide high school transcripts (sealed).
Participate in a special SYMBAA orientation.

Transfer Center
The Fresno City College Transfer Center provides assistance to students
with the transfer process from the community college to a four-year
institution.

Transfer services include:


Counseling appointments and virtual advising with college
representatives
Academic advising, transcript evaluation, program planning, and
Student Education Plans for transfer goals
Assistance with the CSU & UC application and admission process
Transfer Application Workshops for CSU, UC, and Writing the Personal
Statements
Assistance with the University of California Transfer Admission
Guarantee (TAG) program for students
Computer Internet access is available to research nancial aid,
scholarship, and housing information
Library containing the most updated transfer information on colleges
and universities
Classroom presentations and sponsored tours of colleges and
universities
Host the Fall Transfer Day
The Transfer Center is located on the 2nd oor, of the Student Services
Building. Regular semester hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Summer hours may
vary.
For more information, please contact the Transfer Center at (559) 4428290 or visit the FCC Transfer Center website at:
www.fresnocitycollege.edu/transfercenter. Follow us on
Twitter@ FCC_Transfer or Like us on Facebook.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


TRIO Programs
Upward Bound & Student Support Services Program (SSSP)

FCC has two federal TRIO programs to assist low income, rst generation
students to help them succeed in their preparations for college and
graduation. Upward Bound serves high school students and help them
prepare for post-secondary education. Upward Bound serves ve local
high schools: Edison, Fresno, McLane, Hoover and Roosevelt.
The Student Support Services Program (SSSP) serves low income, rst
generation or disabled students currently enrolled at FCC. The goal of the
program is to assure retention, graduation and/or transfer to a four-year
college. Services include advising, career planning, nancial aid advising,
transfer assistance, success workshops, college campus tours, and lots of
encouragement.
Information and applications for the TRIO programs are available above
the bookstore in room SC-216. Contact numbers are: SSSP 265-5789 and
Upward Bound 499-6031.

USEAA Academic Program


The United Southeast Asian Academic Program (USEAA pronounced you
see ah) was established in the fall of 1999, modeled after the Puente
Project and has a special emphasis on Southeast Asian American culture
and experience. It is designed to prepare students for college success
and to increase the number of Southeast Asian American college students
transferring from Fresno City College to four-year universities.
The program services include, but are not limited to:
Eligible to take English 125, 126 and Counseling 53 in the fall
semester, followed by English 1A and Counseling 48 in the spring
(course content with Southeast Asian American emphasis)
Counseling/advising and transfer educational planning
Mentoring support, supplemental study and support groups
Campus visits and tours
All USEAA students will participate in the program for two consecutive
semesters (fall and spring). They will have the opportunity to be involved
in a stimulating classroom environment and activities that motivate them to
learn and achieve. The program team members are comprised of Counseling and English faculty who are dedicated to student success.
Although the program has a Southeast Asian American emphasis, it is open
to students of all ethnicities. The USEAA Program is here to help students
achieve their future educational goals.
For more information, please contact Shoua Yang in the USEAA Ofce on
the second oor of the Student Services Building, or call 442-4600, ext.
8639 or e-mail: shoua.yang@fresnocitycollege.edu or Victor Yang, USEAA
Coordinator at 442-8226 or e-mail: victor.yang@fresnocitycollege.edu.

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Veterans
Requests for educational benets under the G.I. Bill require a separate
application for certication. Contact the Veterans Ofce located in the
Student Services Building Room 114, for details. Veterans are reminded
that the eligibility period for veterans benets is limited in accordance to
their date of separation from active duty. Please also note that the Veterans
Administration requires the college to decertify a veteran receiving benets
after three consecutive semesters with a GPA below 2.0. 442-8224

STUDENT FEES*
Enrollment Fee*
Each student pays a per unit enrollment fee. The total amount is
determined upon the number of units a student registers for each
semester. (E.C. 76300; 5 CCR 58500-58509)
California Residents.........$46 per unit (with no cap)
NOTE: Enrollment fees for California residents are subject to change
without notice per the California State Legislature and Governor. If
enrollment fees are raised after you enroll, you will be invoiced for the
unpaid difference. California residents may apply for a Board of Governors
Enrollment Fee Waiver through the college Financial Aid Ofce. Effective
Spring 2006, the Student Health Fee ($19) is no longer waived by the
Board of Governors Fee Waiver.

Non-Resident Tuition*
Any student who has not established California residency, out of- state or
international students, must pay a non-resident tuition fee of $235 per unit
for fall classes. In addition, an enrollment fee of $46 will be charged for
each unit taken. (E.C. 76140; 76140.5)
Check with the Admissions and Records Ofce for details regarding residency requirements. 442-4600, ext. 8690.
*Fees are subject to change.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

Payment of Fees
Fees are due based on when you register in each class.
Fall 2013 fees are due based on when you register in each class.

If you register:

Spring 2014 fees*


are due no later than

October 31 - November 18, 2013

December 5, 2013

November 20 - December 18, 2013

December 19, 2013

December 19, 2013 - after

Same day you register*

* Fees must be paid by 5:00 p.m. or you may be dropped for non-payment. The Business Ofce will not drop
students for non-payment of fees once the class begins. Students are responsible for dropping their own
classes. See refund policy for deadlines. NOTE: Financial Aid is available for eligible students.
See the Financial Aid Ofce for information.

Personal Checks*
Please be sure to write your student ID number on your check. Allow
enough time for payments to reach the college prior to the due date. The
college assumes no responsibility for delays caused by the U.S. Postal
Service. Postmarks will not be honored. Students who fail to pay by their
scheduled due date may be dropped from their classes.
When mailing fees, payment should be mailed to:
Fresno City College, Business Ofce
1101 E. University Avenue
Fresno, CA 93741
All personal checks must be imprinted with the name of the account
holder. Postdated and two-party checks will not be accepted. Students
whose checks are returned by the bank marked insufcient funds, stop
payment, account closed, refer to maker, etc., will be assessed a $25
service charge. Returned checks can be cleared at the College Business
Ofce cashiers window with a money order, cashiers check, credit card,
or cashpersonal checks will not be accepted to clear returned checks.
Returned checks not paid within 30 days of the date of the NSF notice will
be forwarded to our collection agency and will be subject to all associated
collection fees.

Credit Card Payments:


www.webadvisor.scccd.edu
If paying by credit card, students are encouraged to use WebAdvisors
Make a Payment option to pay their enrollment fees (See page 9). If you
are unable to login to the WebAdvisor, please contact the WebAdvisor Help
Desk at (559) 442-8228. Credit card payments are also accepted at the
Business Ofces cashier window or over the telephone at (559) 489-2234
during normal business hours. Payments can also be made online at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu/payments.html.

Credit by Examination Fee*


Application for Credit by Examination is available in the Admissions and
Records Ofce located on the lower level of the Student Services Building.
*Fees are subject to change.

If the application for the credit by exam is approved, the student must
pay the credit by exam fees to the Business Ofce (OAB-151), no later
than the end of the ninth week of the semester in the amount of $10 for
the rst unit plus $5 for each additional unit for each course on credit by
examination (i.e. credit by exam fee for a 4.0 unit class would be $25 plus
the $46* per unit enrollment fee for a total of $209. If California residency
has not been established, non-resident tuition fees will also be added.).
The receipt for payment must be returned to the Ofce of Instruction.

Materials Fee-Selected Courses Only


In accordance with Title 5, Section 59404(b) and Title IV, State Center
Community College District may require students to provide certain
instructional and other materials. These may include, but are not limited
to, textbooks, tools, equipment, and special clothing (e.g. uniforms). Such
required materials fees may be:
1. The materials are used in the production of a course-related project
or end project that has a continuing value to the student outside
of the classroom setting; or
2. The required materials for use in the class have continuing value to
the student outside the classroom setting.
Students who wish to purchase instructional materials on their own must
secure advance written approval of the instructor and provide such written
approval to the Business Ofce for a waiver of the material fee.

Health Fee*
The health fee will be charged to each student regardless of the number
of units taken. This fee is not waived by the Board of Governors Fee
Waiver. It is the students responsibility to pay the health fee for every
semester. For students enrolled in both on-and-off campus sites the health
fee is charged at the on-campus rate. The use of on-campus labs or the
on-campus tutorial center will result in an on-campus health fee. Current
locations approved as on-campus are Fresno City College, Reedley College,
Madera Center, and Willow International Center.
An exemption/waiver from the health fee is available to the following
students:
Students who depend exclusively upon prayer for healing in
accordance with the teachings of a bona de religious sect,
denomination, or organization
Students who are attending a community college under an
approved apprenticeship program.
The Health Fee Waiver form is available online under For Students, Online
Services, under forms online or in the college Business Ofce.
2014 Rates

LOCATION
On Campus Fall
On Campus Summer
On Campus Spring
Off Campus exclusively Fall, Spring, or Summer Semester

FEE DUE
$19.00*
$16.00*
$19.00*
$11.00*

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


Associated Student Government
Representation Fee*
A mandatory representation fee of $1 per student per semester (excluding
summer session) has been established by an election at Fresno City
College in the fall of 2001. The money collected from the student fee shall
be expended to provide support for students or representatives who may
be stating their positions and viewpoints before city, county and district
government and before ofces and agencies of the state and federal
government. The fee is mandatory; however, students have the right to
request a waiver for religious, political, moral, or nancial reasons.
Waiver forms are available at the Business Ofce or the Associated
Students Government Ofce.

Associated Student Body Fee*


Associated Student Body membership identication cards are available
to students for $5 per semester. The card may be purchased through the
Student Activities Ofce. The membership card entitles you to participate
in or attend all activities sponsored by the Associated Student Government.
Cardholders are also entitled to reduced admission to all home athletic
events (regular season) as well as discounts at numerous local merchants.
Other benets of membership include check cashing privileges at the
College Business Ofce (up to $20.00) and use of the Student Lounge.
Full-time students who are cardholders are eligible for Associate Students
funded emergency loans and scholarships as available. The membership
is non-transferable. Photos for your identication card may be taken at the
beginning of each semester. For more information, please contact the AS
ofce 442-8275.

Parking Fee*
Vehicles must display a State Center Community College District parking
permit to park in parking lots at Fresno City College. The price for a
parking permit is $17 for the spring semester. Permits can be purchased
in the College Business Ofce in the Administration building (OAB-151)
and the Bookstore. Copies of the campus parking regulations are available
at the College Business Ofce (OAB-151), online, and at the College Police
Department, located at the corner of Weldon and Calaveras.

Student Expenses (based on Spring 2014 rates)


The following budgets have been put together to help you plan out your
expenses. Fees change each academic year. If you have questions, please
call the College Business Ofce at (559) 489-2234.
*Fees are subject to change.

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Academic ExpensesCalifornia Resident


($46 per unit*)

Enrollment Fee (example: $46* x 12 units) ............................ $552.00


Health Fee ................................................................................. $19.00
ASB Representation Fee ............................................................... $1.00
Books & Supplies ...................................................................... 500.00
Instructional Material Fees ........................................................ $50.00
Parking Permit .......................................................................... $17.00
ASB Card ..................................................................................... $5.00
One Semester Total
$1,144.00

Academic ExpensesNon-Resident Student


($281 per unit*)

Tuition ($235 x 12 units) ..................................................... $2,820.00


Enrollment Fee ($46* x 12 units) ............................................. 552.00
Health Fee ................................................................................ $19.00
ASB Representation Fee ............................................................... $1.00
Books & Supplies .................................................................... $500.00
Instructional Material Fees ........................................................ $50.00
Parking Permit ......................................................................... $17.00
ASB Card ................................................................................... $5.00
One Semester Total
$3,964.00

Academic ExpensesInternational Student


($281 per unit*)

Tuition ($235 x 12 units) ..................................................... $2,820.00


Enrollment Fee ($46* x 12 units) ........................................... $552.00
Health Insurance* ................................................................... $788.00
Health Fee ................................................................................. $19.00
ASB Representation Fee ............................................................... $1.00
Books & Supplies ................................................................... $500.00
Instructional Material Fees ........................................................ $50.00
Parking Permit ......................................................................... $17.00
ASB Card ..................................................................................... $5.00
One Semester Total
$4,752.00
*International students must have health insurance to attend college.
Students must provide proof of health insurance or purchase a
policy through the FCC International Student Ofce.

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Refund Fee Policies and Schedule

Refund/Fee Reversal of Enrollment Fees and Tuition


Refund requests are subject to an audit of the students record to verify the
balance. Credit balances may be carried forward to the new term in lieu
of the refund. Credit balances greater than $15 will remain on the account
for three years. Credit balances of $15 or less will remain on the account
for one year.

Refund of Parking Fee


Full refunds for parking permits will be made during the rst two weeks
for the fall/spring semesters and the rst week of the summer session
upon proof of complete withdrawal from school. The parking permits
must be attached to a Request for Refund form and returned to the College
Business Ofce in order to obtain the refund. There is no refund for daily
parking permits.

Refund of Associated Student Body Membership

Refund/Reversal Fee Processing


It is the students responsibility, not the instructors responsibility, to drop
a class by the refund/fee reversal deadline. A refund or reversal of enrollment, tuition and class material fees shall be made in accordance with the
district refund policy. Students are required to submit a refund request
form to the College Business Ofce prior to the last day of the semester.
Requests may also be submitted online at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu by selecting the Business Ofce from the
quick Links and choosing the Refunds/Fee Reversals option. Please ensure that all class(es) are dropped before submitting your request. Refund
checks may take up to eight weeks to receive.

Students must request a refund from the ASB Ofce. A 100% refund during
the rst week and a 50% refund during the second week of the semester.
No refunds shall be made after the second week.

OTHER SERVICES
Associated Student Government (ASG)

(a) Withdrawal during the rst two weeks of the semester: 100% fee
reversal

The main objective of the Associated Student Government is to


facilitate student representation and student activities. ASG leadership
opportunities include ve executive board ofcers and 16
senate positions, which are voted on in elections held in May. At
least eight of the senate positions will be available for incoming
freshmen. If you are interested in lling one of these positions,
call the ASG ofce. 442-8275

(b) Withdrawal after the second week of the semester: no fee reversal

Bookstore

Refund/Fee Reversal Schedule Primary Term-Length


(Full Semester) Classes

Short-Term Classes
State code denes the drop deadlines to qualify for fee refund/reversals of
enrollment fees for short-term classes as on or before 10 percent of the
duration of the class.
A 100% fee reversal is given upon withdrawal by the 10 percent point.
No fee reversal is given after withdrawal beyond the 10 percent point.
*Number of actual
class meetings:

10% Point
(rounded down)

8
16
24
38

0.8 = 0
1.6 = 1
2.4 = 2
3.8 = 3

100% fee reversal


if withdrawal is on or
before:
1st day of class
1st day of class
2nd day of class
3rd day of class

* Do not count holidays, weekends, or any other day the class is not
scheduled to meet.

Refund of Health Fee


Students receive a refund upon complete withdrawal from all classes in
accordance with the enrollment and tuition fee refund schedule.

The Fresno City College Bookstore is operated for the convenience


of Fresno City College students. The store carries student supplies,
textbooks and other articles of interest to the college community. Regular
business hours are 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and
from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday. (Store hours subject to change).
During the rst week of each semester, hours are extended.

Refund Conditions
1. A receipt is required. Students must present their current cash register
receipt with the correct dollar amount of the merchandise during the
stated refund period. No refund will be given without the original
receipt.
2. Students have only 5 days working days from the date on the
receipt to return textbooks and 30 days for non-textbook items.
All sales are nal on scantrons, tradebooks/novels, study aids and
various electronics and software (if opened). A full refund is given
when the class has been cancelled by the College and textbook(s)
are in the same conditions as initially bought. In all other cases,
there is a 10% handling charge.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


3. Refund will be issued in the same manner as paid (if paid with a
credit/debit card refund will be made to credit/debit card, not cash.)
4. Textbook condition: New books must be in new condition, clean,
free of all marks and erasures. Wrapped, loose-leaf textbooks,
e-books or boxed merchandise are non-refundable once opened.
A soiled, creased or marked books will be considered a used book
and will be refunded at the used book price. Used textbooks are sold
as is. Because these books have been used by other customers
prior to sale, the Bookstore cannot guarantee the life expectancy of
any used books. Used textbooks must be returned in salable condition.
5. Access codes are non-returnable if opened or if codes are exposed.
6. No refunds will be given during the last four weeks of instruction of
any term.

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Performing Arts
Theatre, dance and music performances are scheduled throughout the
year. For information on performing arts activities, call the Theatre Box
Ofce. Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday or email:
box.ofce@fresnocitycollege.edu 442-8221

Food Services
The dining center offers an inviting atmosphere to share ideas or study.
Fast food is available at the Campus Caf, which features cooked-to-order
breakfast and lunch items. Gourmet coffees, juices, baked pastries and
snack items are also available. The Campus Caf is open for breakfast,
lunch and dinner Monday through Thursday and breakfast and lunch on
Friday.

Hours of Service The Staff Dining Room and the Campus Caf are

7. The bookstore reserves the right to make the decision on the condition
or salability of the merchandise.

open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Thursday, and
breakfast and lunch on Friday. Hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Thursday and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fridays.

The bookstore accepts cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover Card, and


American Express with a legal ID. Textbooks can be ordered online at
http://my campushub.com. For further information, call (559) 442-8261.

Catering services are available for events ranging from punch and cookies
to full service banquets. To make arrangements, please call 265-5779 or
visit www.taher.com/dining/fccc/home.asp for more information.

Child Development Center

Located in the Bookstore building, Yoshinos offers students oriental


style menu items. The extensive menu also includes a selection of
breakfast and lunch sandwiches, snack items and drinks. An outdoor patio
adjoins Yoshinos.

The Child Development Center is state licensed and accredited by the


National Association for the Education of Young Children. The Center
provides a safe and rich learning environment for young children ages two
through ve and a supervised setting for the training of future child care
professionals. Child care services are available for children of students,
staff and community members. The Center is located on campus at 1621
E. University Avenue. For information regarding available openings and
current fees, please call the above listed number. 244-2691

Student Activities Ofce


The Student Activities Ofce, located at the south end of the cafeteria,
is the living room of the campus. The centers staff is responsible for
student activities and special events, both on- and off-campus, the housing
program, all campus clubs and organizations, student government, and
campus tours. The lounge area in the center is a convenient place to
take a break between classes and study. Services include a game room,
computer lab, ASB ID Card photo station, and Senate Chambers for club
and organization meetings. 443-8688

Fine and Performing Arts

Art Space Gallery

Professional, faculty and student art exhibits are displayed throughout the
academic year in the Art Space Gallery. Admission is free. Call 442-4600,
ext. 8909, for a message of current exhibitions and hours. Closed for
summer.

Hours of Service 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and


7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday. 495-0817
For quick snacks, vending machines are located throughout the campus.
They are contracted through Canteen. 485-8800

Health Services
The Health Services Ofce, located in the Student Services Building, Room
112, provides information and referrals, condential health counseling,
emergency care for illness and injury incurred while on campus, and
selected immunizations. In addition to health services, the state-mandated
health fee provides emergency accident insurance for injuries that occur
during classroom or supervised school sponsored activities. All care is
provided by public health nurses. For more information visit our website
at www.fresnocitycollege.edu/healthservice or contact Health Services.
442-8268

Library and Student Learning Support


Services
Learning support is provided to students at the FCC Library, two computer
labs, Tutorial Center and Writing and Reading Center. The Library has over
80,000 books and serials and over 150 print periodicals. These printed
volumes are supplemented by thousands of newspapers and periodicals

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accessed by numerous online databases. The Library has 34 computer


terminals for Bibliographic Instruction and research with a selection of
over 5,000 faculty videos. All staff and currently enrolled students may
obtain a library card with proper photo I.D. For Library hours please
call 442-8217.

The Tutorial Center (LI-134) offers free tutoring in many subjects,


academic workshops, test proctoring, college success handouts and
resources, and online tutoring. The Tutorial Center also offers an
Extending The Class (ETC) program: peer-led study sessions provided for
selected courses. For more information about the center, check out the
website or call 442-8209.

The Academic Computer Lab (LI-118) provides 95+ computers


with the latest hardware and software and is open to all currently enrolled
students. Picture ID and student ID number is required to use the
computers. For more information about the computer lab, check the
website or call 442-8208.

The Writing and Reading Center provides a collaborative learning


space for readers, writers, and thinkers. Trained tutors work with
students individually and in groups in ways that help them develop their
understanding of the writing process. Tutors can also help with reading
comprehension, research, study skills, and test-taking strategies. We offer
appointments, drop-in, online, and group tutorial sessions. 442-8205

Lost and Found


Items left in classrooms or at other sites on campus should be turned in to
the District Police Department as soon as possible. Individuals who have
lost articles should inquire directly by calling or visiting the District Police
Department, located at 1940 N. Calaveras. 442-8201

Media Center and Technology Support


Services
The ofce provides technology coordination and support for the campus
and for several functions across the district including; computer technical
support for both the academic and administrative areas of the campus,
technical support of Distance Education and Online Instruction, support
for the campus network infrastructure including both wired and wireless
networks, support and training for the campus e-mail system, printer and
copier support, media services including audio/visual support and repair,
stafng of the campus teaching and learning center and research on new
emerging technologies for instruction and campus business processes.
Media Center 442-8206
Teaching & Learning Center 442-8206
Technology Support Services 442-8206

Police Department
The District Police Department is available to assist with a wide range of
situations. In addition to law enforcement activities, the Police Department
can help parking permit holders experiencing dead car batteries or lockout incidences on a limited basis, when parked on a campus parking lot.
Any questions about safety or crime issues can be answered by calling or
visiting the District Police Department at 1940 N. Calaveras, directly east of
the campus. Informational brochures containing public safety information
and statistics are available at the District Police Department. 442-8201
Individuals requiring emergency police assistance should use the emergency telephones in yellow boxes with blue lights located throughout the
campus.

Psychological Services
Psychological Services provides assistance to the general student population with crisis intervention, brief psychotherapy, referral, and Counseling
classes in Interpersonal Abuse, Peer Mentoring, and Smoking Cessation.
The ofce is located in Bookstore building in room SC-216, upper-level.
265-5720 For more information, check the FCC Website at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu/psychservices.

Sports
FCC plays a leadership role in academics and intercollegiate athletics.
The Rams winning tradition has been etched in California community
college sports history since 1948. Today, FCC is one of an elite number of
California community colleges which offers a comprehensive, as well as
equitable, intercollegiate sports program. 449-6065
With the addition of womens intercollegiate water polo in the fall of 2003,
FCC mens and womens teams now compete in 19 sports. The women also
compete in badminton, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball,
tennis, track and eld and volleyball. Mens teams include basketball,
baseball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, track and eld and
wrestling.
Ratcliffe Stadium, built in 1926 and site of the 1999 California community
college football championship game, is home for FCCs track and eld,
soccer and football teams.
John Euless Ballpark is where 18 eventual major leaguers played Rams
baseball. It has been the site of the California community college championships since 1995.
Mens and womens basketball, womens volleyball, badminton and wrestling use the FCC gym for home dates. Softball is played at the on-campus
eld. FCCs well-maintained tennis courts have been the site for several
conference championships and community tournaments. Both golf teams
home course is at the highly competitive and picturesque Fig Garden Golf
Club.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
Address Change
It is the responsibility of the student to keep the college informed of
his/her current address. Students can make address changes at
www.webadvisor.scccd.edu.

Class Attendance
A student who does not attend the rst meeting of any class for which
he/she has registered may be dropped from the class. It is the students
responsibility to make arrangements with his/her instructor if the rst
class meeting will be missed. Absences from class due to transportation
delays, personal and business engagements, or to complete registration
or program changes are considered unexcused absences. A student who
is continuously absent for two weeks may be dropped by the instructor
provided the absences occur prior to the nal drop deadline. Students
who show a pattern of absences which the instructor considers excessive
may also be dropped prior to the nal drop deadline provided the instructor has given students due notice of this policy in the course syllabus. In
accordance with the State Education Code and college policy, no student
may be dropped after 50 percent of the class but must receive a letter
grade. Students who intend to drop a class should do so themselves (see
Dropping a Class on page 14) and not depend on the instructor to drop
them for nonattendance. The college and its individual instructors assume
no responsibility to change grades assigned to a student as a result of the
students failure to drop a class properly.

Computer/Network Equipment Use Policy


Every State Center Community College District (SCCCD) student is permitted to use a District owned computer/network. As a condition of this use,
each student agrees to:
use the computer/network for educational purposes only and not for
any commercial purpose or nancial gain;
use the computer and software in an ethical manner; this means he/she
will respect the security of the Districts computer system and will not
illegally gain access to any network, hardware or software;
not take or copy any copyrighted or patented software or any part of
such software; further, he/she agrees not to install/uninstall any
program or software, including shareware programs, on the computer;
not use the electronic mail system for any illegal or illicit purpose,
including solicitation; the District reserves the right to monitor all
computer activities on its computers; the student agrees to abide by
the rules of any other computer system that he/she may contact
through the Internet;

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not transmit any communication in which the meaning of the message


or its transmission or distribution would violate any applicable law or
regulation or be offensive to the recipient or recipients; and
not search, view or download pornographic material through
any means.
It is understood that information, programs or data a student obtains
from the Internet are used at his/her own risk. He/she is responsible for
any damage caused by malicious programs, commonly known as viruses,
received from the Internet.
Each student is expected to abide by the Districts Acceptable Use Policy
(http://www.scccd.edu/is/district_use.html). The District is the sole determiner of the interpretation and application of the Acceptable Use Policy.
It is understood that if a student violates any of the above rules, he/she
is subject to removal from the computer facility as well as discipline as a
student.

Elevator Usage
Elevators are located in many areas throughout the campus. They are
intended primarily for use by students with physical disabilities and authorized staff. Each time others use the elevators, students with physical disabilities may be prevented from arriving to class in a timely manner. Please
be courteous of persons with special needs and use the stairs whenever
possible. On the occasions when you must use the elevator, please allow
students with disabilities and authorized staff to enter rst. Do not crowd
or push if the elevator is full; wait for the next available elevator.

Enrollment Certication
The following denitions are used by Fresno City College when certifying
the enrollment of students to outside agencies.
Full-time .............................................. 12 units or more
Half-time .....................................................6-11.9 units
Less than Half-time ..........................fewer than 6 units
To acquire an enrollment certication, log on to the Fresno City College
website and click on Forms - Online and then request for verication.

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act


The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act outlines certain rights students have concerning access to and release of their educational records.
The district regulation implementing this act can be obtained from the Admissions and Records Ofce, and all students are urged to obtain a copy.
The act ensures that the college will not release student records to anyone
who is not designated by the student to receive them except as provided
by the law itself. The law authorizes the release of directory information
in the absence of student objection. Directory information includes name,
address, telephone, date and place of birth, major eld of study, participation in activities, dates of attendance, degrees and awards, and the last
institution attended. Objection to the release of this information may be
made in writing at the Admissions and Records Ofce.

Statement of Nondiscriminatory Policy and


Obligations
Fresno City College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
national origin, sex, handicap, age or sexual orientation in any of its
policies, procedures or practices in compliance with Title VI of the Civil
Rights Act of 1964 (pertaining to race, color, and national origin), Title
Ix of the Education Amendments of 1972 (pertaining to sex), Section
504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (pertaining to handicap), the Age
Discrimination Act of 1975 (pertaining to age), and California state law.
This nondiscrimination policy covers admission and access to, and treatment and employment in, the colleges programs and activities, including
vocational education. Inquiries regarding the equal opportunity policies,
the ling of grievances or to request a copy of the grievance procedures
covering discrimination complaints may be directed to:
Christopher Villa, Ed.D.
Vice President of Student Services
Fresno City College
1101 E. University Avenue
Fresno, CA 93741
(559) 442-4600, ext. 8595
The college recognizes its obligation to provide overall program accessibility throughout the college for handicapped persons. Contact the Vice
President of Student Services, to obtain information as to the existence
and location of services, activities and facilities that are accessible to and
usable by handicapped persons. The lack of English language skills will
not be a barrier to admission and participation in the colleges vocational
education programs. Inquiries regarding Federal laws and regulations

concerning nondiscrimination in education or the Districts compliance


with those provisions may also be directed to:
Ofce for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Education
221 Main Street, Suite 1020
San Francisco, CA 94105

Declaracin: Pliza de la NoDiscriminacin y las Obligaciones


La Universidad Comunal de Fresno (Fresno City College) no discrimina
a causa de raza, color, origen nacional, sexo, incapacidad, de edad u
orientacin sexual en ninguna de sus plizas, trmites, o prcticas, en el
cumplimiento con el Ttulo VI del Acta de Derechos Civiles de 1964 (rerindose a raza, color, y origen nacional), el Ttulo Ix de las Enmiendas
Educacionales de 1972 (rerindose al sexo), la Seccin 504 del Acta
de Rehabilitacin de 1973 (rerindose a la incapacidad), y al Acta de la
No-Discriminacin por Razn de Edad de 1975 (rerindose a la edad) y
leyes de California. Esta pliza de la no-discriminacin abarca la admisin
y el derecho a, y el trato y el empleo en los programas y las actividades de
la universidad comunal, incluyendo la educacin vocacional. Las preguntas concernientes a las plizas de oportunidad equitativa, el registro de
quejas, o el pedido de una copia del procedimiento de quejarse que cubre
quejas de discriminacin pueden ser dirigidas a:
Christopher Villa, Ed.D.
Vice President of Student Services
Fresno City College
1101 E. University Avenue
Fresno, CA 93741
(559) 442-4600, ext. 8595
La universidad comunal reconoce su obligacin de proveer acceso total
a los programas en toda la universidad a personas incapacitadas. Llame
a Christopher Villa, Vice Presidente de Estudiantes, para obtener informacin acerca de la existencia y el local de servicios, las actividades y las
instalaciones que son accesibles a y usadas por personas incapacitadas. La
deciencia de destreza en el ingls no ser una barrera para la admisin y la participacin en los programas de educacin vocacional de la
universidad.
Preguntas acerca de las leyes federales y los reglamentos concernientes a
la no-discriminacin en la educacin o el cumplimiento de esas dispocisiones tambin pueden ser dirigidas a:
Ofce for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Education
221 Main Street, Suite 1020
San Francisco, CA 94105

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


Tsab Cai Tsis Pub Muaj Kev Ntxub ntxaug
Thiab Tej Uas Yuav Tsum Tsu Us
Fresno City College yuav tsis pub muaj kev ntxub ntxaug rau tej kev sib
txawv ntawm haiv neeg, ntawm nqaij-tawv, tuaj txawv tej chaws tuaj, pojniam, txiv-neej, neeg xiam oob khab, laus-hluas, los yog qhov kev xaiv
ntawm tej kev nkauj nraug li cas nyob rau hauv nws txoj cai, kev khiav dejnum, los yog kev coj, kom raws li txoj cai Title VI ntawm Civil Rights Act
ntawm 1964 (uas hais txog ntawm haiv neeg, nqaij-tawv, thiab tuaj txawv
teb chaws tuaj), Title Ix ntawm qhov Education Amendments ntawm xyoo
1972 (hais txog poj niam-txiv neej), Section 504 ntawm Rehabilitation Act
ntawm xyoo 1973 (hais txog neeg xiam oob khab), qhov Americans with
Disability Act thiab qhov Age Discrimination Act ntawm xyoo 1975 (hais
txog laus-hluas), thiab xeev California Txoj Cai. Tsab cai tsis pub muaj
kev ntxub-ntxaug no muaj vaj-huam sib luag thiab ncaj ncees rau kev tuaj
nkag kawm ntawv thiab kev ua hauj-lwm nyob hauv college tej programs
thiab lwm yam rau txhua tus, nrog rau kev kawm hauj lwm nyob hauv tsev
kawm ntawv. Yog xav paub txog txoj cai vaj-huam sib luag no, muaj kev
tsis txaus siab los sis xav tau ib daim ntawv qhia txog txoj cai ntawm kev
tawm suab txog tej kev tsis txaus siab thaum raug neeg ntxub ntxaug ntawd
no, mus cuag tau rau:
Christopher Villa, Ed.D.
Vice President of Student Services
Fresno City College
1101 E. University Avenue
Fresno, CA 93741
(559) 442-4600, ext. 8595
Lub tsev kawm ntawv paub txog nws lub luag dej num hais tias yuav
tsum tau muaj program nyob thoob plaws hauv tsev kawm ntawv rau cov
neeg xiam oob khab. Hu rau Christopher Villa, Vice President of Student
Services, rau tej kev pab thiab tej chaw pab, uas muaj rau cov neeg xiam
oob khab.
Tus ho tsis paub lus As-kiv zoo los yeej tsis muaj teeb meem li cas rau
nws tuaj mus kawm ntawv thiab kawm hauj lwm nyob rau hauv tsev kawm
ntawv nqib siab no li.
Yog xav paub txog Tsoom Fwv tej cai tswj txog qhov tsis pub muaj kev
ntxub-ntxaug nyob rau hauv tej tsev kawm ntawv los yog saib lub District
ntawd puas ua raws li txoj cai, mus cuag tau rau:
Ofce for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Education
221 Main Street, Suite 1020
San Francisco, CA 94105

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Sexual Harassment Policy


It is the policy of the governing board of the State Center Community College District that no person shall, on the basis of ethnic group identication, national origin, religion, age, sex, race, color, physical or mental disability, or sexual orientation be subjected to unlawful discrimination in any
program or activity of the district. It is further the policy of the governing
board that the district shall maintain a working and learning environment
free from sexual harassment of its students, employees, and those who apply for student or employee status. All students and employees should be
aware that all institutions of the district are concerned and will take action
to eliminate sexual harassment. Engaging in sexual harassment is conduct
which may subject the harasser to disciplinary action.
Harassment on the basis of sex is a violation of State and Federal Law.
Sexual harassment means unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual
favors and other verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature,
made by someone from or in the work or educational setting, under any of
the following conditions:
a. Submission to the conduct is explicitly or implicitly made a term or
a condition of an individuals employment, academic status, or
progress.
b. Submission to, or rejection of, the conduct by the individual is used
as the basis of employment or academic decisions affecting the
individual.
c. The conduct has the purpose or effect of having negative impact
upon the individuals work or academic performance, or of
creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work or educational
environment.
d. Submission to, or rejection of, the conduct by the individual is used
as the basis for any decision affecting the individual regarding benets
and services, honors, programs, or activities available at or through
the educational institution.
Complaints of sexual harassment should be processed according to the
terms of District Administrative Regulation 5109.
A copy of the District sexual harassment policy and complaint procedures
may be obtained from the Vice President of Student Services, Student
Services Building, Room 222. (559) 442-4600, ext. 8595

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Student Right-to-Know and Campus


Security Act
In compliance with the Student-Right-to-know and Campus Security Act of
1991 (Public Law 101-542), it is the policy of the State Center Community
College District and Fresno City College to make available its completion
and transfer rates to all current and prospective students. Beginning in Fall
1996, a cohort of all certicate-, degree- and transfer-seeking rst-time,
full-time students were tracked over a three-year period. Their completion
and transfer rates are listed below. These rates do not represent the success rates of the entire student population at Fresno City College, nor do
they account for student outcomes occurring after this three-year tracking
period.
Based upon the cohort dened above, 27.5 percent attained a certicate
or degree or became transfer prepared during a three-year period from
Spring 1996 to Spring 1999. Students who are transfer-prepared have
completed 60 transferable units with a GPA of 2.0 or better.
Based on the cohort dened above, 20.9 percent transferred to another
postsecondary institution, (UC, CSU, or another California community
college) prior to attaining a degree, certicate or becoming transfer-prepared during a ve-semester period from Spring 1997 to Spring 1999.

Your Step by Step


Guide to Financial Aid
Its Not Too Late to Apply
for the Spring Term
Step 1 . . . For 2013-2014, le a Free Application for

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you


need assistance with ling your FAFSA, stop by our
Financial Aid Computer Lab located in LI-123 and one of
our staff will assist you. Fresno City Colleges school code
is 001307. The ling deadline for the 2013-2014 school year
is June 30, 2014.

Annual reports of criminal activity on campus and procedures for prevention of campus crime as required by the Crime Awareness and Campus
Security Act of 1991 are available at the District Police Department.

Step 2 . . . Access your Student Aid Report ONLINE at

Transcripts

Step 3. . . Fresno City College receives your FAFSA data/

Transcripts of courses taken at any college or center of the State Center


Community College District may be requested over the Internet at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu. Computers are available at the Admissions and
Records Ofce and in campus computer labs. Click on Online Services
then Forms Online and complete the required information. Students
are entitled to obtain two copies of their transcripts free of charge in their
lifetime; the fee for each additional copy is $5. Students must pay for their
additional transcripts in advance at the College Business Ofce or by mailing a check or money order. Please do not mail cash. Visa, MasterCard
and DiscoverCard payments are accepted at the College Business Ofce
or by telephone from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Payments
may also be made online at www.fresnocitycollege.edu, WebAdvisor or
click on Online Services then Forms Online and then online fee payment.
489-2234
Transcripts will not be provided if the student has a monetary hold on
his/her permanent le or if transcript requests have not been paid in full.

www.fafsa.ed.gov (one to two weeks after youve submitted


your FAFSA).

information from processor.

Step 4 . . . Fresno City College will send an email


requesting additional documents if needed.

Step 5. . . Students submit all required documents to


Fresno City College Financial Aid Ofce. File is then
complete!

Step 6 . . . Fresno City College will notify you of your

nancial aid award or your eligibility status with an email


from the Financial Aid Ofce.

Step 7 . . . Sign-up for Financial Aid Direct Deposit at


www.webadvisor.scccd.edu.

Step 8 . . . $ Financial Aid funds are paid $ For more

information about obtaining nancial aid, go to the


Financial Aid web page at
www.fresnocitycollege.edu/nancialaid or contact the
Financial aid Ofce at (559) 442-8245.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

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Need
Financial Aid
for College?

Its Not Too Late to Apply Online


for Spring 2014 at www.fafsa.gov
Fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the 2013-2014 school year. Submit
your application now! Stop by the Fresno City College Financial Aid Computer Lab located in LI-123 to
apply. Our friendly staff is there to assist you.

Did you know you could access your Financial Aid information 24/7?
Log-on to your WebAdvisor account to see the following information at www/webadvisor/scccd.edu:
Financial Aid Status by year.
Financial Aid Status by term.
Review and/or print your Award Letter.
Sign-up for Direct Deposit.
See what documents you need to complete your le.
2013-14 Fresno City College Scholarship application will be available online beginning on January 1,
2014. Students may apply online through the Financial Aid & Scholarship webpage under Scholarship
Opportunities. The deadline to submit is March 2, 2014.
The Fresno City College Scholarship Program has helped thousands of students attending Fresno City
College achieve their educational goals. To be successful, this program depends on our donors who
demonstrate their support for our college and their commitment to higher education with their generous
contributions. Awards range from $100 to $1500 per year. Our donors designate specic criteria based
on academic achievement, educational and career goals, and nancial need. See the FCC Scholarship
Listing link below for each criteria. **Our regular FCC Scholarship and Honors Program application
period begins January 1st and must be submitted online by March 2nd each year. If you have an
online application account already created for any other FCC scholarships, login under returning user
using your existing user name and password.

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INTERSEGMENTAL GENERAL EDUCATION TRANSFER CURRICULUM (IGETC)

Completion of all of the requirements in the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum
(IGETC) will permit a student to transfer from a community college to a campus in either the
California State University or University of California system. The student will not be required to
complete additional lower division general education courses after transfer.
It should be noted that completion of the IGETC is not a requirement for admission to the CSU or UC,
nor is it the only way to fulll the lower-division general education requirements prior to transfer.
Depending on a students major, it may be advantageous to fulll the CSU or UC general education
requirements or those of the particular campus, school or college to which the student plans to
transfer. This applies generally to high-unit majors.
The course requirements for all areas must be completed before the IGETC can be certied. All
courses must be completed with grades of C or better.
AREA 1 - ENGLISH COMMUNICATION
CSU: three courses required, one from each group below.
UC: two courses required, one each from Group 1 and 2
Group 1: English Composition, (one course, three or four semester units)
ENGL** 1A/**1AH
Group 2: Critical Thinking - English Composition
ENGL** 3/**3H, PHIL 2
Group 3: Oral Communication (CSU requirement only) (one course, three
semester units)
COMM 1, **4, 8, 25
AREA 2 - MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS/QUANTITATIvE REASONING
(One course, three semester units)
CSCI 26; DS 21, MATH 4B, 5A, 5B, 6, **10A, **10B, **11, 21, 26, MATH/PSY **42
AREA 3 - ARTS AND HUMANITIES
(At least three courses, with at least one from the Arts and one from
Humanities, nine semester units)
ARTS:
AFRAM 3, 13, 15; AMIND 35; ART 2, **5/**5H, **6/**6H, 55; CLS 20; DANCE 30; FILM 6;
MUS **3, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17; TA 30, 31, 32
HUMANITIES:
AFRAM/ENGL 17; ARMEN 2, 3; ASL 2, 3, 4, 7, 8; CHIN 2, 3, 4, 5; CLS 21;
ENGL**1B/**1BH, 12, 14, 17, 36, 42, 44A, 44B, 45, 46A, 46B, 47, 48A, 48B; FILM 1, 2A, 2B,
3; FRENCH 2, 3, 4; GERMAN 2, 3, 4, HIST **1/ **1H, **2/**2H; HMONG 2; HUMAN 10/**10H,
11/**11H; JAPAN 2; LAST 10; LING 10; PHIL **1A /**1AH, 1B, 1C, 1D, 5; PORT 2, 3, 4;
SPAN 2, **3, **3NS, **4, **4NS, 5, 6, 7; WSTS 36
AREA 4 - SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
(At least three courses from at least two disciplines, nine semester units)
A. ANTHRO **2/**2H, 3, 4
B. ECON **40/**40H, **50/**50H
C. AFRAM 1; AMIND 31, 34; ASAMER 1, 15; CLS 11, 12; HIST 34; JOURN 16
D. HIST 22; JOURN 16; WSTS 10, 47
E. GEOG 2, 4A, 4B, 20
F. AFRAM 4; CLS/HIST 29; HIST 3, 11, 12, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 29, 34
G. AMST 10; CHDEV 30; JOURN 1; PSY/CHDEV 39
H. POLSCI 1, 2/2H, 5, 24
I. PSY **2/**2H, PSY/CHDEV 38, 39
J. HS/SOC 10; SOC 1A/1AH, 2
AREA 5 - PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
(At least two courses, one Physical Science course and one Biological Science
course; at least one must include a laboratory, which is underlined.)
A. PHYSICAL SCIENCES:
ASTRO 10; CHEM **1A, 1B, **3A, 8A, 28A, 28B; GEOG **1, **7, 8; GEOL 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8;
PHYS **2A, **2B, **4A, **4B, **4C; PHYSC 7, **11;
B. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE:
ANTHRO 1; BIOL **3, 4, 5, 6, 11A/11AH, 11B, 20, 21A, 21B, 22, 31
C. SCIENCE LABORATORY
CHEM 29A, 29B
LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH
Foreign Language (UC requirement only) Prociency equivalent to two years of high school
study in the same language. Completion of two FCC language courses satises this requirement.
US HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT
(CSU requirement only) - POLSCI 2, 2H; HIST 11 or 12

NOTES:
1. Courses may be listed in more than one area, but can be certied in only one area except for the
courses in Languages Other Than English, which can be certied in both areas 3B and 6A.
2. ** Indicates that transfer credit may be limited by either UC or CSU or both.
Please consult with a counselor for additional information.
3. The UC Language other than English requirement (required for IGETC certication) can be
met by two years of high school study (same language, C or better grades) or by completion
of two college-level foreign language (1 and 2, 2H or 1A and 1B) courses with a C or better
grades.
4. The CSU requirement in U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals (HIST 11 or 12, POLSCI
2, 2H) is not part of IGETC, but should be completed prior to transfer.
5. All courses listed for IGETC are approved for CSU GE and are transferable to UC.
6. Advanced Placement credit: exam scores of 3, 4, or 5 can be used to meet IGETC subject areas
and English Composition but not Critical Thinking.
7. Additional information regarding the acceptance of IGETC at specic colleges in each UC is
available online at http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admission. DO NOT USE IGETC for
those programs at the UC campuses listed: it either wont be accepted or contains more courses
than are required. Use the GE-Breadth requirement for the individual program in the campus
catalog. It is critical for admission that students complete all lower division major preparation in
addition to the GE-Breadth requirement selected.
8. Check with Counseling.
U.C. Berkeley - IGETC is acceptable for all majors in the College of Letters and Science, and it is
highly recommended. The Haas School of Business and the Colleges of Engineering, Environmental
Design and Chemistry have extensive, prescribed major prerequisites. In general, IGETC is not appropriate preparation for majors in these colleges. Although the IGETC satises breadth requirements for
most majors in the College of Natural Resources, specic lower division major requirements must still
be satised; check with the college or visit the ASSIST website for more information.
U.C. Davis - IGETC works well for students planning for Bachelor of Arts majors with few units of
lower-division preparation. Bachelor of Science degrees and high-unit majors often have many courses
of lower-division preparation. In these cases, the UC Davis GE pattern is the best choice. Students in
the College of Engineering who have satised IGETC are still required to complete two upper-division
general education courses at UC Davis.
U.C. Irvine - All schools accept the IGETC. However, selection by the campus is based on demonstrated academic achievement and preparation for the intended major.
U.C. Los Angeles - The Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science does accept the
IGETC.
U.C. Merced - The Schools of Engineering and Natural Sciences do not recommend the IGETC.
U.C. Riverside - The Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering accepts completion of
IGETC as satisfying the majority of the colleges breadth requirement for transfer students. Some additional breadth coursework may be required after enrollment (for details, see the Bourns College of
Engineering Breadth Requirements). However, prospective students are strongly encouraged to focus
on preparation coursework for their desired major, such as mathematics, science and other technical
preparation coursework. Strong technical preparation is essential for success in the admission process and, subsequently, in all coursework at Bournes. The College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
does not accept IGETC, although courses taken to satisfy IGETC may be applied toward the colleges
breadth pattern. The College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences and the School of Business
Administration accept IGETC.
U.C. San Diego - The IGETC is accepted by John Muir, Earl Warren, Sixth and Thurgood Marshall
colleges only. Students completing the IGETC are welcomed at Eleanor Roosevelt Revelle colleges;
however, they must fulll the specic general education requirements of those colleges. At UCSD,
all majors are available to students in each college, so students who choose the IGETC will not be
restricted in their choice of major as a result.
U.C. Santa Barbara - Students who transfer into the College of Letters and Science and the College
of Creative Studies may use IGETC to substitute for general education requirements. Students planning
to transfer into a major in computer science or the biological or physical sciences must be careful
to complete lower-division major prerequisites to ensure competiveness and make normal, timely
progress through the major. Transfer students in College of Engineering are encouraged to focus on
the preparation for their major rather than on general education courses, but may also use IGETC
to substitute for general education requirements. As part of their general education, all students in
the College of Engineering required to complete a depth requirement. Students who wish to satisfy
the depth requirement prior to transfer must complete a yearlong sequence in the history of world
civilization, history of Western civilization, history of the United States, history of Western philosophy
or history of Western art. Students may want to choose courses for IGETC that will concurrently
satisfy the depth requirement. Students may also complete the depth requirement with upper-division
coursework after transferring.
U.C. Santa Cruz - Transfer students intending to pursue any major in the physical and biological
sciences or the Jack Baskin School of Engineering should not follow IGETC because it will not provide
them with enough lower division preparation for their majors.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

33

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY


TRANSFER CERTIFICATION
Note: A number of courses are cross-referenced the same course is listed in more than one area,
department, or discipline usually with the same course number. Credit can be earned only once for
cross-referenced courses. See the individual course listing in the Course Descriptions section of the
catalog. A course can be counted in only one area or sub-area.
Students who have credit from other colleges should confer with a counselor regarding General
Education Certication.
AREA A: English Language Communication and Critical Thinking
9 units minimum required with at least one course from A1, A2, and A3. (C or
better grade required in A1, A2, and A3)
Area A1, Oral Communication
COMM 1, 2, 4, 8
Area A2, Written Communication
ENGL 1A/1AH
Area A3, Critical Thinking
COMM 25; CRIM 13; ENGL 3/3H; PHIL 2, 6; POLSCI 13
AREA B: Scientic Inquiry & Quantitative Reasoning
9 units minimum with at least one course each from B1, B2, and B4
(at least one course from B1 or B2 must have a lab). (C or better grade
required in B4)
Area B1, Physical Science
ASTRO 10; BIOL 7; CHEM 1A, 1B, 3A, 3B, 8A, 28A, 28B; GEOG 1, 7, 8; GEOL 1/1H, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8;
NATSCI 1A; PHYS 2A, 2B, 4A, 4B, 4C; PHYSC 7, 11
Area B2, Life Science
ANTHRO 1; BIOL 3/3H, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11A, 11AH, 11B, 20, 21A, 21B, 22, 24, 31
Area B3, Laboratory Activity
CHEM 29A, 29B or any course in Area B1 or B2 with a lab.
Area B4, Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning
CSCI 26; DS 21, 23; MATH 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6, 10A, 10B, 11, 21, 26, 45; MATH/PSY 42
AREA C: Arts and Humanities

AREA D: Social Sciences


9 units minimum selected from at least three disciplines.
Area D 0, Sociology and Criminology
HS/SOC 10; SOC 1A, 1AH, 2, 32
Area D1, Anthropology and Archaeology
ANTHRO 2/2H, 3, 4
Area D2, Economics
ECON 25, 40/40H, 50/50H
Area D3, Ethnic Studies
AFRAM 1; AMIND 31, 34; ASAMER 1, 15; CLS 11, 12; HIST 34; JOURN 16
Area D4, Gender Studies
HIST 22; JOURN 16; WSTS 10, 47
Area D5, Geography
GEOG 2, 4A, 4B, 20
Area D6, History
AFRAM 4; CLS/HIST 29; HIST 1/1H, 2/2H, 3, 11, 12, 12H, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 29, 34
Area D7, Interdisciplinary Social or Behavioral Science
AMST 10; CHDEV 30; JOURN 1; PSY/CHDEV 39
Area D8, Political Science, Government & Legal Institutions
BA 20; POLSCI 1, 2, 2H, 3, 5, 24
Area D9, Psychology
PSY 2/2H; PSY/CHDEV 38, 39
AREA E: Lifelong Learning
3 units minimum
BA 30; CHDEV/PSY 38, 39; HLTH 1; PSY 2/2H, 33
Note: History 11 or 12 and Political Science 2 or 2H must be taken for graduation from the
California State University.

Total Units Required for Certication .......................................................................39

9 units minimum with at least one course each from C1 and C2 and an
additional course from C1 or C2.
Area C1, Arts
AFRAM 3, 8, 13, 15; AMIND 35; ART 2, 3, 4, 5/5H, 6/6H, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12A, 12B,
14, 15, 17, 55; CLS 20; COMM/TA 12; DANCE 20A, 30; CLS/DANCE 17, 27; FILM 1, 2A,
2B, 6; MUS 3, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 46; PHOTO 5; TA 30, 44
Area C2, Humanities
AFRAM/ENGL 17; ARMEN 1, 2, 3; ASL 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8; CHIN 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; CLS 21; CULTS 7/7H;
ENGL 1B/1BH, 12, 14, 36, 40, 42, 44A, 44B, 45, 46A, 46B, 47, 48A, 48B; ENGL/WSTS 36; FILM 1,
2A, 2B, 3; FRENCH 1, 2, 3, 4; GERMAN 1, 2, 3, 4; HIST 1/1H, 2/2H; HMONG 1, 2; HUMAN
10/10H, 11/11H, 42; JAPAN 1,2; LAST 10; LING 10; PHIL 1A/1AH, 1B, 1C, 1D, 5; POLSCI 3;
PORT 1, 2, 3, 4; SPAN 1, 2, 3, 3NS, 4, 4NS, 5, 6, 7; TA 32

Note: To earn a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree at a four-year school, a student
must complete specied courses in a major eld as well as general education courses. As a rule,
courses used to meet major requirements cannot be used as part of the 39 units in general
education, except for the Liberal Studies Major.
For further information concerning the Liberal Studies Major, contact your counselor. It is
recommended that students planning to earn a Multiple Subject elementary school teaching
credential follow the Liberal Studies program.
Engineering majors should consult a counselor.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCCCD INTRA-DISTRICT ARTICULATED COURSES, COMMON COURSES, AND IN-LIEU COURSES


This is a list of courses that Fresno City College and Reedley College (which includes the North Centers Willow International, Madera and Oakhurst) have
agreed to articulate with one another.
Note: Before registering for courses you want to use for transfer (for use in CSU-GE, IGETC or to meet a major requirement at a university), you must verify
that the course is listed on Fresno City Colleges or Reedley Colleges CSU-GE or IGETC pattern or articulation list. Do not ask a friend! Check with the lists
provided by Fresno City College, Reedley College and the North Centersor see the Fresno City College or Reedley College catalogs.
FRESNO CITY COLLEGE
Course #
Title

REEDLEY COLLEGE
Course #
Title

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


Course #
Title

REEDLEY COLLEGE
Course #
Title

ACCTG 4A
ACCTG 4B
ACCTG 19
ANTHRO 1
ANTHRO 2
ANTHRO 3
ART 2
ART 3
ART 4
ART 5
ART 6
ART 6H
ART 7
ART 9
ART 10
ART 13
ART 17
ART 19
ART 20
ART 23
ART 36A
ART 38
ASL 1
ASL 2
ASL 3
ASL 4
ASTRO 10
AUTOT 9
BA 5
BA 10
BA 18
BA 19
BA 27
BA 33
BA 34
BA 38
BA 40
BA 52
BIOL 3/3H
BIOL 4
BIOL 5
BIOL 6
BIOL 11A
BIOL 11AH
BIOL 11B
BIOL 20
BIOL 22
BIOL 31
BT 5
BT 19
CHDEV 1

ACCTG 4A
ACCTG 4B
ACCTG 19V
ANTHRO 1
ANTHRO 2
ANTHRO 3
ART 2
ART 3
ART 4
ART 5
ART 6
ART 6H
ART 7
ART 9
ART 10
ART 13
ART 17
ART 19
ART 20
ART 23
ART 36A
ART 38
ASL 1
ASL 2
ASL 3
ASL 4
ASTRO 10
AUTOT 9
BA 5
BA 10
BA 18
BA 19V
BA 27
BA 33
BA 34
BA 38
BA 15
BA 52
BIOL 3
BIOL 4
BIOL 5
BIOL 6
BIOL 11A
BIOL 11A
BIOL 11B
BIOL 20
BIOL 22
BIOL 31
BA 5
BT 19V
CHDEV 1

CHEM 1A
CHEM 1B
CHEM 3A
CHEM 3B
CHEM 8A
CHEM 28A
CHEM 28B
CHEM 29A
CHEM 29B
CHIN 1
CHIN 2
CIT 12
CIT 15
CIT 19
CIT 23
CIT 60
CIT 63
CIT 202
CLS 21
COMM 1
COMM 2
COMM 4
COMM 8
COMM 25
COMM 12/TA 12
COUNS 53
COUNS 147AB
CRIM 1
CRIM 3
CRIM 4

CHEM 1A
CHEM 1B
CHEM 3A
CHEM 3B
CHEM 8
CHEM 28A
CHEM 28B
CHEM 29A
CHEM 29B
CHIN 1
CHIN 2
IS 12
IS 15
IS 19V
IS 18
IS 47
IS 33
IS 202
ENGL 49
COMM 1/1H
COMM 2
COMM 4
COMM 8
COMM 25
COMM 12
COUNS 53
COUNS 47
CRIM 1
CRIM 3
CRIM 4

Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Work Experience (Cooperative), Occupational
Biological Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Archaeology & World Prehistory
Art Appreciation
Two-Dimensional Design
Three-Dimensional Design
Art History 1
Art History 2
Honors Art History 2
Beginning Drawing
Beginning Painting: Oil/Acrylic
Beginning Ceramics
Beginning Watercolor Painting
Intermediate Drawing
Intermediate Painting: Oil/Acrylic
Intermediate Ceramics
Intermediate Watercolor Painting
Intermediate Wheel Throwing
Intermediate Hand-Building
Beginning American Sign Language
High Beginning American Sign Language
Intermediate American Sign Language
High Inter American Sign Language
Basic Astronomy
Automotive Essentials
Workplace Communication
Introduction to Business
Business and the Legal Environment
Work Experience (Cooperative), Occupational
(CEO)(SIFE)
Human Relations in the Workplace
Fundamentals of Investing
Operation of the Small Business
Supervision and Leadership
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Life Science
Principles of Zoology
Human Biology
Principles of Botany
Biology for Science Majors I
Biology for Science Majors I
Biology for Science Majors II
Human Anatomy
Human Physiology
Microbiology
Workplace Communication
Work Experience (Cooperative), Occupational
Principles and Practices of Teaching
Young Children
CHDEV 3
Introduction to Curriculum
CHDEV 5
Parent Education
CHDEV 6
Health, Safety & Nutrition in Early Childhd Ed
CHDEV 8B
Programs for School Age Child Care
CHDEV 11
The Young Child with Special Needs
CHDEV/PSY 12 Child Abuse
CHDEV 15
Diversity and Culture in Early Care &
Education Programs
CHDEV 16
Intro to Early Intervention
CHDEV 17A Infant Development-Birth to Age Three
CHDEV 17B Advanced Infant Toddler Develop & Care
CHDEV 19
Work Experience (Cooperative), Occupational
CHDEV 20
Observation and Assessment
CHDEV 30
Child, Family and Community
CHDEV 37A Early Childhood Practicum
CHDEV 37B Advanced Practicum in Early
Childhood Education
CHDEV/PSY 38 Lifespan Development
CHDEV/PSY 39 Child Growth and Development
CHDEV 40A Admin of Early Childhood Programs
CHDEV 40B Adv Admin of Early Childhood Programs
CHDEV 42
Child Nutrition
CHDEV 45
Adult Supervision in ECE Classrooms

CHDEV 3
CHDEV 5
CHDEV 6
CHDEV 8B
CHDEV 35
CHDEV 12
CHDEV15
CHDEV 32
CHDEV 7
CHDEV 7A
CHDEV 19V
CHDEV 20
CHDEV 30
CHDEV 37A
CHDEV 37B
CHDEV/PSY 38
CHDEV 39
CHDEV 40A
CHDEV 40B
FN 42
CHDEV 45

Financial Accounting
Managerial Accounting
Cooperative Work Experience, Accounting
Biological Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Intro to Archaeology & Prehistory
Art Appreciation
Two-Dimensional Design
Three-Dimensional Design
Art History 1
Art History 2
Honors Art History 2
Beginning Drawing
Beginning Painting: Oil/Acrylic
Beginning Ceramics
Beginning Watercolor Painting
Intermediate Drawing
Intermediate Painting: Oil/Acrylic
Intermediate Ceramics
Intermediate Watercolor Painting
Intermediate Wheel Throwing
Intermediate Hand-Building
Beginning American Sign Language
High Beginning American Sign Language
Intermediate American Sign Language
High Inter American Sign Language
Intro to Astronomy
Automotive Essentials
Business Communications
Introduction to Business
Business and the Legal Environment
Work Experience (Cooperative), Ofce Tech
(SIFE)/(CEO)
Human Relations in Business
Fundamentals of Investing
Operation of the Small Business
Introduction to Management
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Life Science
Principles of Zoology
Human Biology
Principles of Botany
Biology for Science Majors I
Biology for Science Majors I
Biology for Science Majors II
Human Anatomy
Human Physiology
Microbiology
Business Communications
Work Experience, Occup., Ofce Technology
Principles and Practices of Teaching Young
Children
Introduction to Curriculum
Parent Education
Health, Safety & Nutrition in Early Childhd Ed
Programs for School Age Child Care
Exceptional Children
Child Abuse
Diversity and Culture in Early Care &
Education Programs
Intro to Early Intervention (3-unit course)
Infant-Toddler Development & Care
Advanced Infant Toddler Develop & Care
Cooperative Work Experience, Child Dev.
Observation and Assessment
Child, Family and Community
Early Childhood Practicum
Advanced Practicum in Early
Childhood Education
Lifespan Development
Child Growth and Development
Admin of Early Childhood Programs
Adv Admin of Early Childhood Programs
Child Nutrition
Supervision of Adults in ECE Classrooms

CRIM 5
CRIM 6
CRIM 7
CRIM 8
CRIM 11
CRIM 12
CRIM 13
CRIM 15
CRIM 19
CRIM 20
CRIM 23
CRIM 24
CSCI 26
CSCI 40
CSCI 40
CSCI 41
DANCE 9
DANCE 10
DANCE 14
DEVSER 250
DEVSER 251
DEVSER 252
DEVSER 255
DEVSER 262
DEVSER 264
DEVSER 272
DEVSER 273
DEVSER 275
DEVSER 276
DEVSER 277
DS 23
DS 117
ECON 40
ECON 50
EDUC 30
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1AH
ENGL 1B
ENGL 1BH
ENGL 3
ENGL 3H

General Chemistry
General Chemistry & qual Analysis
Introductory General Chemistry
Intro Organic & Biological Chemistry
Elementary Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
Beginning Chinese
High-Beginning Chinese
Computer Literacy
Computer Concepts
Work Experience (Coop), Occup
Spreadsheet Fundamentals
Beginning Visual Basic
Beginning Java Programming
Introduction to Online Learning
Chicano Literature
Introduction to Public Speaking
Interpersonal Communications
Persuasion
Group Communication
Argumentation
Fundamentals of Interpretation
College and Life Management
College Study Skills
Introduction to Criminology
Legal Aspects of Evidence
Principles & Procedures of the
Justice System
Community Relations
Concepts of Criminal Law
Concepts of Enforcement Services
Criminal Investigation
Juvenile Delinquency
Criminal Justice Communications
The Constitution and Your Individual Rights
Introduction to Police Ethics
Work Experience (Cooperative)
Occupational
Introduction to Corrections
Correctional Interviewing and Counseling
Control and Supervision in Corrections
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
Programming Concepts & Methods I
Programming Concepts & Methods I
Programming Concepts & Methods II
Dance Conditioning
Beg Modern Dance Techniques
Beg Jazz Dance Techniques
Workability Assessment & Career
Workability Preparation & Job Placement
Workability Strategies & Job Maintenance
Workability Experience
Group Interaction for Students
with Disabilities
Transition to College for Students
with Disabilities
Consumer Skills
Independent Living Skills for DSP&S Students
Horticulture Skills I
Horticulture Skills II
Adaptive Computer Literacy
Business Statistics
Business Mathematics
Intro to Microeconomics
Intro to Macroeconomics
Survey of Education
Reading and Composition
Honors Reading and Composition
Intro to the Study of Literature
Honors Intro to the Study of Literature
Critical Reading and Writing
Honors Critical Reading and Writing

CRIM 5
CRIM 6A
CRIM 7A
CRIM 8
CRIM 11
CRIM 12
CRIM 13
CRIM 15
CRIM 19V
CRIM 20
CRIM 23
CRIM 24
CSCI 26
ENGR 40
CSCI 40
CSCI 41
DANCE 9
DANCE 10
DANCE 14
DEVSER 250
DEVSER 251
DEVSER 252
DEVSER 255
DEVSER 262
DEVSER 240
DEVSER 272
DEVSER 273
DEVSER 275
DEVSER 276
DEVSER 277
STAT 7
DS 117
ECON 1B
ECON 1A
EDUC 10
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1AH
ENGL 1B
ENGL 1BH
ENGL 3
ENGL 3H

General Chemistry
General Chemistry & qual Analysis
Introductory General Chemistry
Intro Organic & Biological Chemistry
Elementary Organic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
Beginning Chinese
High-Beginning Chinese
Computer Literacy
Computer Concepts
Cooperative Work Experience, Infor Sys
Spreadsheet Fundamentals
Visual Basic
Beginning Java Programming
Introduction to Online Learning
Latino & Chicano Literature
Introduction to Public Speaking
Interpersonal Communications
Persuasion
Group Communication
Argumentation
Fundamentals of Interpreting
College and Life Management
Learning Strategies
Introduction to Criminology
Legal Aspects of Evidence
Principles & Procedures of the
Justice System
Community Relations
Criminal Law
Police Operations & Procedures
Criminal Investigation
Juvenile Delinquency
Criminal Justice Communications
The Constitution and Your Individual Rights
Introduction to Police Ethics
Cooperative Work Experience,
Criminal Justice
Introduction to Corrections
Correctional Interviewing and Counseling
Control and Supervision in Corrections
Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
Programming for Sci & Engin
Programming Concepts & Methods I
Programming Concepts & Methods II
Dance Conditioning
Modern Dance
Beginning Jazz Dance
Workability Assessment & Career
Workability Preparation & Job Placement
Workability Strategies & Job Maintenance
Workability Experience
Group Interaction for Students
with Disabilities
Transition to College for Students
with Disabilities
Consumer Skills
Independent Living Skills
Horticulture Skills I
Horticulture Skills II
Adaptive Computer Literacy
Elementary Statistics
Business Mathematics
Prin. to Microeconomics
Prin. to Macroeconomics
Introduction to Teaching
Reading and Composition
Honors Reading and Composition
Intro to the Study of Literature
Honors Intro to the Study of Literature
Critical Reading and Writing
Honors Critical Reading and Writing

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


FRESNO CITY COLLEGE
Course #
Title

REEDLEY COLLEGE
Course #
Title

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


Course #
Title

REEDLEY COLLEGE
Course #
Title

ENGL 15A
ENGL 15B
ENGL 40
ENGL 44A
ENGL 44B
ENGL 46A
ENGL 46B
ENGL 47
ENGL 105
ENGL 125
ENGL 126
ENGL 252
ENGL 260
ENGL 262
ENGR 2
ENGR 4
ENGR 6
ENGR 8
ENGR 10
ESL 264R
ESL 264W
ESL 265R
ESL 265W
FILM 1
FILM 2A
FILM 2B
FILM 5
FN 35
FN 40
FN/CHDEV 42
FRENCH 1
FRENCH 2
FRENCH 3
FRENCH 4
GEOL 1
GEOL 2
GEOL 9
GERMAN 1
GERMAN 2
GERMAN 3
GERMAN 4
HIST 1
HIST 2
HIST 11
HIST 12
HIST 20
HIT 10
HLTH 1
HLTH 2
HS 19A
HS 20
HS 24
HS 30
JOURN 1
JOURN 3
JOURN 19

ENGL 15A
ENGL 15B
ENGL 2/2H
ENGL 44A
ENGL 44B
ENGL 46A
ENGL 46B
ENGL 47
ENGL 105
ENGL 125
ENGL 126
ENGL 252
ENGL 260
ENGL 262
ENGR 2
ENGR 4
ENGR 6
ENGR 8
ENGR 10
ESL 266R
ESL 266W
ESL 225R
ESL 226W
FILM 1
FILM 2A
FILM 2B
FILM 5
FN 35
FN 40
FN 42
FRENCH 1
FRENCH 2
FRENCH 3
FRENCH 4
GEOL 1
GEOL 2
GEOL 9
GERMAN 1
GERMAN 2
ERMAN 3
GERMAN 4
HIST 1
HIST 2
HIST 11
HIST 12
HIST 20
OT 10
HLTH 1
HLTH 2
HS 19V
HS 20
HS 24
HS 30
JOURN 1
JOURN 3
JOURN 19V

MUS 18
MUS 20
MUS 21
MUS 22
MUS 24
MUS 27
MUS 28
MUS 30
MUS 40
MUS 41
NATSCI 1A
PE 4
PE 5
PE 6
PE 7
PE 12
PE 13
PE 14
PE 15C
PE 20
PE 30A
PE 30B
PE 30C
PE 31A
PE 31B
PE 31C
PE 33A
PE 33B
PE 33C
PE 34A
PE 34B
PE 34C
PE 35B
PE 37A
PE 37B
PE 37C
PE 38A
PE 38B
PE 38C
PE 39A
PE 39B
PE 39C
PE 40A
PE 40B
PE 40C
PE 62
PHIL 1A
PHIL 1C
PHIL 1C
PHIL 1D
PHIL 2
PHIL 6
PHOTO 5
PHYS 2A
PHYS 2B
PHYS 4A
PHYS 4B
PHYS 4C
POLSCI 2
POLSCI 2H
POLSCI 5
POLSCI 110
PSY 2
PSY 2H
PSY 5
PSY/CHDEV 12
PSY 16
PSY 25
PSY/CHDEV 38
PSY 45
RN 33
SOC 1A
SOC 1AH
SOC 2
SOC 32

Basic Conducting and Score Reading


Beginning Piano: Level I
Beginning Piano: Level II
Intermediate/Advanced Piano
Elementary Voice: Level I
Beginning Guitar: Level I
Beginning Guitar: Level II
College Choir
Concert Band
Jazz Ensembles
Integrated Sci: Physics & Chemistry
Badminton
Basketball
Fitness and Health
Golf
Swimming
Tennis
Volleyball
Weight Training (Coed)
Athletic Training
Theory of Baseball
Competitive Baseball
Off-Season Conditioning for Baseball
Theory of Basketball
Competitive Basketball
Off-Season Conditioning for Basketball
Theory of Football
Competitive Football
Off-Season Conditioning for Football
Theory of Golf
Competitive Golf
Off-Season Conditioning for Golf
Pep and Cheer
Theory of Softball
Competitive Softball
Off-Season Conditioning for Softball
Theory of Tennis
Competitive Tennis
Off-Season Conditioning for Tennis
Theory of Track & Field
Competitive Track & Field
Off-Season Conditioning for Track & Field
Theory of Volleyball
Competitive Volleyball
Off-Season Conditioning for Volleyball
Introduction to kinesiology
Theories of knowledge and Reality
Ethics
Ethics
World Religions
Critical Reasoning and Analytic Writing
Symbolic Logic
Introduction to Photography
General Physics 1
General Physics 2
Physics for Scientists & Engineers
Physics for Scientists & Engineers
Physics for Scientists & Engineers
American Government
Honors American Government
Comparative Government
American Institutions
General Psychology
Honors General Psychology
Social Psychology P
Child Abuse C
Abnormal Psychology
Human Sexuality
Lifespan Development
Intro to Research Meth in Psy
Transcultural Health Care
Introduction to Sociology
Honors Introduction to Sociology
American Minority Groups
Intro to Marriage and Family

MUS 18
MUS 20
MUS 21
MUS 22
MUS 24
MUS 27
MUS 28
MUS 31
MUS 40
MUS 41
SCI 1A
PE 4
PE 5
PE 6
PE 7
PE 12
PE 13
PE 14
PE 15
PE 20
PE 30A
PE 30B
PE 30C
PE 31A
PE 31B
PE 31C
PE 33A
PE 33B
PE 33C
PE 34A
PE 34B
PE 34C
PE 35B
PE 37A
PE 37B
PE 37C
PE 38A
PE 38B
PE 38C
PE 39A
PE 39B
PE 39C
PE 40A
PE 40B
PE 40C
PE 22
PHIL 1
PHIL 1C
PHIL 1CH
PHIL 1D
PHIL 4
PHIL 6
PHOTO 1
PHYS 2A
PHYS 2B
PHYS 4A
PHYS 4B
PHYS 4C
POLSCI 2
POLSCI 2H
POLSCI 5
POLSCI 110
PSY 2
PSY 2H
SY 5
HDEV 12
PSY 16
PSY 25
PSY/CHDEV 38
PSY 45
RN 78
SOC 1A
SOC 1A
SOC 2
SOC 32

SPAN 1
SPAN 2
SPAN 3
SPAN 3NS
SPAN 4
SPAN 4NS
WKEXP 19
WTD 106
WTD 107
WTD 114
WKEXP 19

Beginning Spanish
High Beginning Spanish
Intermediate Spanish
Spanish for Spanish Speakers
High Intermediate Spanish
Spanish for Spanish Speakers
Work Experience (Cooperative), General
Basic Wasterwater Treatment
Advanced Wastewater Treatment
Water Mathematics
Work Experience (Cooperative), General

SPAN 1
SPAN 2
SPAN 3
SPAN 3NS
SPAN 4
SPAN 4NS
COTR 19G
WTD 106
WTD 107
WTD 114
COTR 19G

Creative Writing: Poetry


Creative Writing: Fiction
Critical Thinking About Literature
World Literature to the Renaissance
World Literature Since the Renaissance
English Literature to 1800
English Literature from 1800 to Present
Introduction to Shakespeare
Grammar and Punctuation
Writing Skills for College
Reading Skills for College
Writing Improvement
Basic Reading
Reading Improvement
Graphics
Engineering Materials
Circuits with Lab
Statics
Introduction to Engineering
Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
Intermediate Writing and Grammar
High Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
High Intermediate Writing and Grammar
Introduction to Film Studies
History of Cinema 1895-1960
History of Cinema 1960 to Present
Digital Filmmaking
Nutrition and Health
Nutrition
Child Nutrition
Beginning French
High Beginning French
Intermediate French
High Intermediate French
Physical Geology
Historical Geology
Introduction to Earth Science
Beginning German
High Beginning German
Intermediate German G
High Intermediate German
Western Civilization to 1648
Western Civilization Since 1648
History of the United States to 1877
History of the United States Since 1877
World History I, to 1600
Medical Terminology
Contemporary Health Issues
First Aid and Safety
Work Experience (Cooperative) Occupational
Introduction to Social Work
Fund of Interviewing and Counseling
Group and Community Social Services
Introduction to Mass Communications
Newswriting
Work Experience (Cooperative)
Occupational
LIBSKL 1
Information Competency/Research Skills
LING 10
Introduction to Language
LING 11
Intro to Language for Educators
MATH 4A
Trigonometry
MATH 4B
Precalculus
MATH 5A
Math Analysis I
MATH 5B
Math Analysis II
MATH 6
Math Analysis III
MATH 7
Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH 10A
Structure and Concepts in Mathematics I
MATH 10B
Structure and Concepts in Mathematics II
MATH 11
Elementary Statistics
MATH 21/DS 21 Finite Mathematics
MATH 45
Contemporary Mathematics
MATH 102
Plane Geometry
MATH 103
Intermediate Algebra
MATH 201
Elementary Algebra
MATH 250
College Arithmetic
MATH 255
Pre-Algebra
MKTG 10
Principles of Marketing
MKTG 11
Salesmanship
MKTG 12
Advertising and Promotion
MUS 1A
Music Theory I
MUS 1B
Music Theory II
MUS 2A
Music Theory III
MUS 2B
Music Theory IV
MUS 3
Music Fundamentals
MUS 7A
Ear Training: Level I
MUS 7B
Ear Training: Level II
MUS 12
Music Appreciation
MUS 16
Jazz History and Appreciation

Creative Writing: Poetry


Creative Writing: Fiction
Critical Reading & Writing Through Literature
World Literature to the Renaissance
World Literature Since the Renaissance
English Literature to 1800
English Literature from 1800 to Present
Introduction to Shakespeare
Grammar and Punctuation
Writing Skills for College
Reading Skills for College
Writing Improvement
Basic Reading
Reading Improvement
Engineering Graphics
Engineering Materials
Electrical Circuits Analysis with Lab
Statics
Introduction to Engineering
Inter Academic Reading and Vocabulary
Inter Academic Writing and Grammar
High Intermediate Academic Reading
High Intermediate Academic Writing
Introduction to Film Studies
History of Cinema 1895-1960
History of Cinema 1960 to Present
Digital Filmmaking
Nutrition and Health
Nutrition
Child Nutrition
Beginning French
High Beginning French
Intermediate French
High Intermediate French
Physical Geology
Historical Geology
Introduction to Earth Science
Beginning German
High Beginning German
Intermediate German
High Intermediate German
Western Civilization to 1648
Western Civilization Since 1648
History of the United States to 1877
History of the United States Since 1877
Comparative World Civilizations to 1600
Medical Terminology
Contemporary Health Issues
First Aid and Safety
Work Experience (Cooperative) Occupational
Introduction to Social Work
Fund of Interviewing and Counseling
Group and Community Social Services
Introduction to Mass Communications
Newswriting
Cooperative Work Experience, Journalism

LIBSKL 1
Information Competency/Research Skills
LING 10
Introduction to Language
LING 11
Intro to Language
MATH 4A
Trigonometry
MATH 4B
Precalculus
MATH 5A
Math Analysis I
MATH 5B
Math Analysis II
MATH 6
Math Analysis III
MATH 7
Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH 10A Structure and Concepts in Mathematics I
MATH 10B Structure and Concepts in Mathematics II
MATH 11/STAT 7 Elementary Statistics
MATH 21
Finite Mathematics
MATH 45
Contemporary Mathematics
MATH 102 Plane Geometry
MATH 103 Intermediate Algebra
MATH 201 Elementary Algebra
MATH 250 College Arithmetic
MATH 256 Algebra Topics
MKTG 10
Marketing
MKTG 11
Salesmanship
MKTG 12
Advertising and Promotion
MUS1A
Music Theory I
MUS 1B
Music Theory II
MUS 2A
Music Theory III
MUS 2B
Music Theory IV
MUS 3
Music Fundamentals
MUS 7A
Ear Training: Level I
MUS 7B
Ear Training: Level II
MUS 12
Music Appreciation
MUS 16
Jazz History and Appreciation

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Basic Conducting and Score Reading


Beginning Piano: Level I
Beginning Piano: Level II
Intermediate/Advanced Piano
Elementary Voice: Level I
Beginning Guitar: Level I
Beginning Guitar: Level II
Concert Choir
Concert Band
Jazz Ensembles
Introductory Chemical & Physical Science
Badminton
Basketball
Fitness and Health
Golf
Beginning Swimming for Fitness
Tennis
Volleyball
Weight Training
Athletic Training
Theory of Baseball
Competitive Baseball
Off-Season Conditioning for Baseball
Theory of Basketball
ompetitive Basketball
Off-Season Conditioning for Basketball
Theory of Football
Competitive Football
Off-Season Conditioning for Football
Theory of Golf
Competitive Golf
Off-Season Conditioning for Golf
Pep and Cheer
Theory of Softball
Competitive Softball
Off-Season Conditioning for Softball
Theory of Tennis
Competitive Tennis
Off-Season Conditioning for Tennis
Theory of Track & Field
Competitive Track & Field
Off-Season Conditioning for Track & Field
Theory of Volleyball
Competitive Volleyball
Off-Season Conditioning for Volleyball
Introduction to Physical Education
Introduction to Philosophy
Ethics
Ethics
World Religions
Critical Reasoning
Symbolic Logic
Basics of Digital Photography
General Physics 1
General Physics 2
Physics for Scientists & Engineers
Physics for Scientists & Engineers
Physics for Scientists & Engineers
American Government
Honors American Government
Comparative Government
American Institutions
General Psychology
Honors General Psychology
Social Psychology
Child Abuse
Abnormal Psychology
Human Sexuality
Lifespan Development
Intro to Research Meth in Psy
Foundations of Multicultural Nursing Care
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology
American Minority Groups
Courtship, Marriage, Divorce: Family &
Interpersonal Relationships
Beginning Spanish
High Beginning Spanish
Intermediate Spanish
Spanish for Spanish Speakers
High Intermediate Spanish
Spanish for Spanish Speakers
Cooperative Work Experience Education
Basic Wastewater Treatment & Distribution
Advanced Wastewater Treatment
Water Mathematics
Cooperative Work Experience, Education

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

Career & Technology Center

hands-on programs
teach skills to
land a great job
For over 40 years, the Fresno City College Career &
Technology Center (CTC) has taught practical skills in an
environment closely resembling actual jobs. This learning
environment, along with a hands-on educational style,
allows students to develop skills that best prepare them
for their chosen careers. Year-round registration is in
effect at CTC.
The CTC faculty and staff do their part by identifying the
job skills employers in local industry need and CTC
students do their part by acquiring those skills through
the hands-on vocational training CTC provides.

Opening Doors To Employment


The Career & Technology Center offers support for
individuals committed to improving themselves.
The unique, hands-on programs offer:

Open entry
Low Cost
Financial aid
Year-round registration
Industry specic training
Classes at all levels of academic achievement

We Serve the Student and the Community


CTC provides employable skills training to students 18
years of age and older, who do or do not possess a high
school diploma. Training programs are from 10 to 30
weeks and are designed for concentrated learning.
Working in partnership with industry, CTCs programs
mirror industries needs; new programs are continually
developed to teach skills that relate directly to jobs.
Students get valuable experience like working on
customers cars. The end result is highly skilled workers
ready to land jobs that pay well.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

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CTC Programs
Auto Collision Repair

Fire Academy

Manufacturing Mechanic

30-week program. Sheet metal


repair, power tools, plastic
body llers, berglass, painting
and renishing.

20- or 31-week program. Extensive hands-on training. Strong


emphasis on physical training and testing. HazMat FRO,
Conned Space, I-100 and I-200,
Auto Extrication, Fire Control 3,
Low Angle Rope Rescue, and
CDF Wildland certication.

The 9-week Manufacturing Mechanic Program is a non-credit


Certicate of Completion and
is the rst step on the career
pathway including Maintenance
Mechanic, Programmable Logic
Controllers, Instrumentation
Systems and Industrial Refrigeration topics. The 9 week (225 hour)
program focuses on the concepts
necessary to be successful in the
9 month Maintenance Mechanic
Program. The program will cover
Fluid Power, Pneumatic, Hydraulic,
Power Transmission, Welding and
Electrical Fundamentals. In addition, soft skills are implemented
into the program so that a student
is introduced to basic computer
skill, report writing and job preparation.

Engine Performance/Electrical/
Heating & AC
30-week program. Computer
controlled vehicles, driveability, electrical, fuel injection and sensor diagnosis.
Troubleshooting and repairing,
plus working with portable
test equipment, engine oscilloscopes and computerized
emission control engine analyzer. Diagnose and repair AC
systems.
Engine Repair
20-week program. Practical
and theoretical training in engine diagnosis, heads, valves,
engine block, lubrication and
cooling.

Fire Technology
Associate degree program in Fire
Technology. Emergency Medical
Technician 1 training. California
State Fire Marshall Fire Ofcer
certication classes, specialized
courses preparing students for
advancement in the Fire Service.
Maintenance Mechanic
30-week program. Theory, application, troubleshooting and
repair in welding, hydraulics
and pneumatics, machining and
electrical fundamentals.

CTC is located at:


2930 E. Annadale Ave.
Fresno, CA 93725
(559) 265-5760

Warehouse & Distribution Careers


12-week program. Forklift training
inventory control, blueprint reading, computer and math literacy.

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E. Jensen Ave.

Jensen
Dorothy Ave.
A

E. Annadale

99

Orange Ave.
A

E. North Ave.

Cedar Ave.
A

Career and
Technology
Center

East Ave.
A

Cherry Ave.
A

Elm Ave.
A

For more information join us for an


orientation held Mondays at 9 a.m.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

Spring Semester Begins January 13, 2014


ACCOUNTING
ACCTG 4A
22732

22733

22730
22797
22737

22783

22731

22734

22735
22807
22804
22811

PREREQ: ENGL 125 and 126 and MATH 201 or equivalent. Enrolled or previously completed CIT 12 or 15. (C-ID ACCT
110) (A, CSU, UC)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
ARR
WEB
K.VALDEZ
AND
ARR
ARR
K.VALDEZ
DATES: (#22732 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#22732 is a distance education class offered via the Internet with an on-campus
or arranged nal. Students need access to a computer with Internet and an e-mail account. Each student must e-mail
the instructor at kathaleen.valdez@fresnocitycollege.edu for class access information before the start date. Students
need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online computerized
homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
ARR
WEB
M.KELLEY
AND
ARR
ARR
M.KELLEY
(#22733 is a distance education class offered via the Internet with an on-campus or arranged nal. Students need
access to a computer with Internet and an e-mail account. Each student must visit the following web link
http://online.fresnocitycollege.edu/faculty/mkelley/FYI.htm for more information about the course before the rst day
of class. Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
MW
7:30am-9:50
BE-133
T.STRICKER
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
WF
9:30am-11:45
BE-131
J.MAKOFSKE
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
MW
10:00am-11:50 OAB-188
K.MIZNER
AND
F
10:00am-11:05 BE-127
K.MIZNER
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
MW
10:00am-11:50 OAB-188
K.MIZNER
AND
F
12:30pm-1:35
BE-133
K.MIZNER
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 BE-121
K.MIZNER
AND
F
11:15am-12:20 BE-218
K.MIZNER
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
MW
12:00pm-1:50
BE-136
M.KELLEY
AND
W
2:00pm-2:50
BE-218
M.KELLEY
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
TTh
1:30pm-3:45
BE-133
R.DUSTIN JR
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
MW
3:30pm-5:50
BE-133
J.MAKOFSKE
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
BE-217
J.BEATTY
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
MW
6:30pm-8:50
BE-133
R.TUTTRUP
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

ACCTG 4B
22895

22897
22899

22824
22894
22896
24808

ACCTG 19
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

39

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (C-ID ACCT 120) (A, CSU, UC)


ACCTG 4B
MANAGERIAL ACCTG
4
ARR
WEB
R.DUSTIN JR
AND
ARR
ARR
R.DUSTIN JR
(#22895 is a distance education class offered via the Internet with an on-campus or arranged nal on a date between
05/19 through 05/23. Students need access to a computer with Internet and an e-mail account. Each student must e-mail
the instructor at ron.dustin@fresnocitycollege.edu for class access information before the start date. Students need
to be aware that all ACCTG 4B classes require homework to be completed through an online computerized homework
management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4B.)
ACCTG 4B
MANAGERIAL ACCTG
4
TTh
7:30am-9:45
BE-133
T.STRICKER
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4B classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4B.)
ACCTG 4B
MANAGERIAL ACCTG
4
MW
8:00am-9:50
BE-121
K.MIZNER
AND
F
8:00am-9:05
BE-129
K.MIZNER
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4B classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4B.)
ACCTG 4B
MANAGERIAL ACCTG
4
MW
11:00am-1:20
BE-133
T.STRICKER
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4B classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4B.)
ACCTG 4B
MANAGERIAL ACCTG
4
TTh
11:00am-1:15
BE-120
M.KELLEY
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4B classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4B.)
ACCTG 4B
MANAGERIAL ACCTG
4
TTh
4:00pm-6:15
BE-133
R.DUSTIN JR
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4B classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4B.)
ACCTG 4B
MANAGERIAL ACCTG
4
MW
6:00pm-8:20
BE-131
J.VACA
(Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4B classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4B.)
COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
ACCTG 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
M
5:30pm-6:35
BE-137
J.ARMAS
AND
7HRS ARR
OFF
J.ARMAS

ACCTG 32A
24580

PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (Formerly ACCTG 32) (A, CSU)


ACCTG 32A
COMPTRZD ACCTG
1
TTh
2:00pm-4:05
DATES: (#24580 meets 01/14 to 02/20)

ACCTG 51
23384

PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (Formerly ACCTG 51 and ACCTG 151) (A, CSU)
ACCTG 51
INTER ACCTG
3
TTh
11:00am-12:50

BE-215

J.MAKOFSKE

BE-133

T.STRICKER

ACCTG 52
23395

PREREQ: ACCTG 4B or equivalent. (Formerly ACCTG 52 and ACCTG 152) (A, CSU)
ACCTG 52
COST ACCTG
3
TTh
6:00pm-7:50
BE-222

S.HENKEL

ACCTG 53
23396

PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (Formerly ACCTG 53 and ACCTG 153) (A, CSU)
ACCTG 53
TAX ACCOUNTING
3
MW
12:00pm-1:50

BE-218

K.MIZNER

ACCTG 56
23397

PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (A, CSU)


ACCTG 56
PAYROLL ACCTG
3

6:00pm-8:50

BE-217

J.BEATTY

ACCTG 57
23403

PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (A, CSU)


ACCTG 57
GOVTL ACCOUNTING
3

6:00pm-9:05

BE-121

S.HENKEL

ACCTG 61
24786

PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (A, CSU)


ACCTG 61
FORENSIC ACCTG
3

6:00pm-8:50

BE-204

STAFF

ACCTG 70
23410

PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (A, CSU)


ACCTG 70
QUICKBKS FUNDMNTL
2
DATES: (#23410 meets 02/25 to 05/15)

TTh

2:00pm-4:10

BE-219

J.MAKOFSKE

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

AEROSPACE STUDIES--AIR FORCE ROTC


AEROST 1B
25975
25978

AEROST 2B
25986
25987

AEROST 3
25984

AEROST 5
25985

COREQ: AEROST 3. (A, CSU, UC)


AEROST 1B
USAF FOUNDATION
DATES: (#25975 meets 01/22 to 05/14)
AEROST 1B
USAF FOUNDATION
DATES: (#25978 meets 01/16 to 05/15)
COREQ: AEROST 3. (A, CSU, UC)
AEROST 2B
EVOLUTN AIR/SPACE
DATES: (#25986 meets 01/22 to 05/14)
AEROST 2B
EVOLUTN AIR/SPACE
DATES: (#25987 meets 01/16 to 05/15)

2:00pm-2:50

CSUF-NG-154

D.ECKLES

Th

2:00pm-2:50

CSUF-NG-154

D.ECKLES

1:00pm-1:50

CSUF-NG-154

M.BUEHLER

Th

1:00pm-1:50

CSUF-NG-154

M.BUEHLER

COREQ: (One of the following) AEROST 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B (Note: if a cadet has taken all 4 of the possible corequisite
courses, they do not need to enroll in a corequisite course again. They can then take Aerospace 3 as a stand-alone
course.) (PASS/NO PASS only) (A, CSU, UC)
AEROST 3
LEADERSHIP LAB
1
Th
4:00pm-5:50
CSUF-NG-154
D.ECKLES
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
D.ECKLES
DATES: (#25984 meets 01/16 to 05/15)
COREQ: (One of the following) AEROST 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B (Note: if a cadet has taken all 4 of the possible corequisite
courses, they do not need to enroll in a corequisite course again. They can then take AEROST 5 as a stand-alone
course.) (A, CSU)
AEROST 5
DRILL & CEREMONY
1
T
2:00pm-2:50
CSUF-NG-154
D.ECKLES
DATES: (#25985 meets 01/21 to 05/13)

AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES
AFRAM 1
23750
23733
23771
23770

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CUL S 1) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AFRAM 1
AFRAM STUDIES
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
OAB-217
V.JEAN-PIERRE
AFRAM 1
AFRAM STUDIES
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 OAB-231
R.KELLEY
AFRAM 1
AFRAM STUDIES
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
AH-106
D.STANDIFER
AFRAM 1
AFRAM STUDIES
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
OAB-271
STAFF

AFRAM 2
23826

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CUL S 2) (A, CSU, UC)
AFRAM 2
CUL ADAPT/AFRICN
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 AH-106

AFRAM 3
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CUL S 3) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AFRAM 3
AFRICAN-AMER ART
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
OAB-231
R.KELLEY
(Above class is part of the African American Male Leadership Program [SYMBAA] and requires concurrent enrollment in
AFRAM 3, COUN 48, ENGL 125, and ENGL 126. For more information, contact the Dean of Student Services, Counseling
ofce at [559]499-6066.)
AFRAM 3
AFRICAN-AMER ART
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
OAB-231
R.KELLEY
(Above class content has an African/American emphasis and includes a mentoring component. Requires concurrent
enrollment in ENGL 1A, COUN 43, and COUN 48. For additional information, contact Granville Redmond at
[559]442-4600, ext. 8639.)
AFRAM 3
AFRICAN-AMER ART
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
AH-106
K.SOLWAZI
AFRAM 3
AFRICAN-AMER ART
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
AH-106
K.SOLWAZI

*****

23833
23832

K.KIRK

AFRAM 4
23834

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (Formerly CUL S 4) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AFRAM 4
CLASSICAL AFRICA
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45

AFRAM 5
23835

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CUL S 5) (A, CSU, UC)
AFRAM 5
AFRICANS NEW WRLD
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 AH-106

AFRAM 13
23821

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AFR-AM 7) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AFRAM 13
MUSIC: TO 1940
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
AH-208
D.STANDIFER

AH-106

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

K.KIRK
K.KIRK

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

41

INSTRUCTOR

AFRAM 15
23825

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AFRAM 15
MUSIC: 1940-PRES
3
TTh
3:30pm-4:45
AH-208

AFRAM 41

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also WSTS 41) (Formerly CUL S 41)
(A, CSU, UC)
AFRAM 41
AFRAM WOMEN
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 AH-106
K.KIRK

66102

D.STANDIFER

AIR CONDITIONING
AC 52
23216

AC 54
23219

AC 55
23222

AC 56

ADVISORY: AC 50, 51, 53, AT 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130
recommended. (A, CSU)
AC 52
HEATING SYSTEMS
7
DAILY
8:00am-9:50
T-503
D.BARNARD
ADVISORY: AC 50, 51, AT 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130
recommended. (A, CSU)
AC 54
COMMERCL SYSTMS
7
DAILY
10:00am-11:50 T-503
D.BARNARD
ADVISORY: AC 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130
recommended. AC 53, 54 and 56 may be taken concurrently. (A, CSU)
AC 55
TECH TESTNG/CERT
1
Th
7:00pm-8:50
T-110C
STAFF
DATES: (#23222 meets 03/20 to 05/22)

23220

ADVISORY: AC 50 or concurrent enrollment, and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT
130 recommended. (Formerly AC 53) (A, CSU)
AC 56
DUCT SYSTEMS
3
TTh
12:30pm-2:45
T-503
STAFF

AC 252
23223

ADVISORY: AT 10, AC 57, eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130 recommended.
AC 252
DDC NETWRK CNTRL
2
M
7:00pm-9:50
T-303A
M.ZSCHOGNER

AC 260C

ADVISORY: AC 260B, AT 10, eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130 recommended.
(Formerly AC 60B and AC 60C)
AC 260C
RESIDENTL HEATNG
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
T-503
B.PAWLOWSKI

23221

AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES


AMIND 31
23836
23837

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CUL ST 31) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AMIND 31
AMER INDIAN CULTR
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-217
B.NAVARRO
AMIND 31
AMER INDIAN CULTR
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 SO-208
B.NAVARRO

AMIND 34
23838

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CUL ST 34) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AMIND 34
AMER IND/SOCIETY
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 OAB-217
B.NAVARRO

AMIND 35
23839

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CUL ST 35) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AMIND 35
AMER INDIAN ART
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 SO-208
B.NAVARRO

AMERICAN STUDIES
AMST 10
23840
23841

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
AMST 10
AMER PLURALISM
3
MWF
2:00pm-2:50
SO-209
AMST 10
AMER PLURALISM
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
SO-221

K.KIRK
M.WATSON

ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTHRO 1
23899
23848

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


ANTHRO 1
BIOLOGICAL ANTH
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
SO-221
K.PRANDINI
ANTHRO 1
BIOLOGICAL ANTH
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
SO-221
C.MINAR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
23854
ANTHRO 1
BIOLOGICAL ANTH
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 SO-221
C.MINAR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.
ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ANTHRO 2
23998
23999
24000
24001
24002
23905
23997

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


ANTHRO 2
CULTURAL ANTHRO
3
MWF
ANTHRO 2
CULTURAL ANTHRO
3
MWF
ANTHRO 2
CULTURAL ANTHRO
3
TTh
ANTHRO 2
CULTURAL ANTHRO
3
TTh
ANTHRO 2
CULTURAL ANTHRO
3
TTh
ANTHRO 2
CULTURAL ANTHRO
3
T
ANTHRO 2
CULTURAL ANTHRO
3
W

9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50
11:00am-12:15
12:30pm-1:45
2:00pm-3:15
6:30pm-9:20
6:30pm-9:20

SO-221
SO-221
SO-208
SO-208
SO-208
SO-208
SO-208

K.PRANDINI
K.PRANDINI
B.WENGERD
B.WENGERD
B.WENGERD
E.BALLEW
E.BALLEW

ANTHRO 3
24003

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


ANTHRO 3
ARCH/PREHISTORY
3
T

6:30pm-9:20

SO-221

J.BINNING

ANTHRO 4
24005

ADVISORY: MATH 102 and 250 and eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ANTHRO 4
INTRO TO ARCHEOLGY
3
M
2:00pm-5:05

SO-221

C.MINAR

ANTHRO 13
23901
23904

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU, UC)


ANTHRO 13
MAGC/WTCRFT/RELG
3
ANTHRO 13
MAGC/WTCRFT/RELG
3

SO-208
SO-208

B.WENGERD
B.WENGERD

ANTHRO 28
66117

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (See also CLS 28) (A, CSU, UC)
ANTHRO 28
ANCIENT MEXICO
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15

ANTHRO 30
24331

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU)


ANTHRO 30
TOPICS IN ANTHRO
(Cultural Resources Management)

MW
MW

2:00pm-3:20
3:30pm-4:50

6:30pm-9:20

OAB-119

M.WATSON

SO-221

J.BINNING

APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
AT 10

22784
23177

PREREQ: None. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly INDED 23) (A, CSU)
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
MWF
7:00am-9:50
T-501
T.CAMACHO
DATES: (#26299 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
MW
8:00am-9:50
T-103
J.WALLIS
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
MW
10:00am-11:50 T-501
T.CAMACHO
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
TTh
10:00am-11:50 T-501
T.CAMACHO
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
MW
12:00pm-1:50
T-501
T.CAMACHO
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
MWF
12:00pm-2:20
T-103
J.WALLIS
DATES: (#26300 meets 03/17 to 05/23)
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
MW
1:00pm-2:50
T-102
M.RICE
(Design Science High School)
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:50
T-501
T.CAMACHO
(Design Science High School)
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
MW
3:00pm-4:50
T-102
M.RICE
AT 10
TECH COMPUTER APP
3
Th
6:00pm-9:50
T-501
A.CHRISTOPHERSON

23196
23193
23194
23195

PREREQ: None. (Formerly INDED 11) (A, CSU)


AT 11
BASIC ELEC
3
AT 11
BASIC ELEC
3
AT 11
BASIC ELEC
3
AT 11
BASIC ELEC
3

T-304
T-304
T-303A
T-304

STAFF
D.RILEY
D.RILEY
D.RILEY

23178
23184
23185

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
AT 21
OCCUP SAFETY
2
MW
10:00am-10:50 T-202
AT 21
OCCUP SAFETY
2
TTh
1:00pm-1:50
T-203S
AT 21
OCCUP SAFETY
2
T
6:00pm-7:50
T-501

J.WALLIS
STAFF
A.CHRISTOPHERSON

23186
23189
23188
23187

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly INDED 37) (A, CSU)
AT 40
EMPLOY OPP PREP
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
T-202
C.SORENSEN
AT 40
EMPLOY OPP PREP
3
W
12:00pm-2:50
T-203S
S.HURLEY
AT 40
EMPLOY OPP PREP
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15
T-102
M.RICE
AT 40
EMPLOY OPP PREP
3
T
7:00pm-9:50
T-202
C.SORENSEN

26299
22765
22768
23172
22777
26300
*****
*****

AT 11

AT 21

AT 40

TTh
MW
TTh
M

8:00am-9:15
11:00am-12:20
12:00pm-1:15
6:00pm-8:50

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

43

INSTRUCTOR

AT 120
23190

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130 recommended. (A)
AT 120
INDUSTRIAL SCI
3
TTh
8:00am-9:50
T-501

AT 130

PREREQ: MATH 260C or MATH 250 or designated math score. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67
and 68 recommended. (Formerly INDED 60) (A)
AT 130
INDUSTRIAL MATH
3
MW
12:00pm-1:20
T-202
D.HIMES
AT 130
INDUSTRIAL MATH
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
T-202
D.HIMES

23191
23192

D.HIMES

ARCHITECTURE
ARCH 11
23225

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ARCH 11
INTRO TO DESIGN
2
Th
11:00am-12:50 T-102

D.HALDERMAN

ARCH 21
23227
23377
23378

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
ARCH 21
BLDG MATERIALS
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 T-302
ARCH 21
BLDG MATERIALS
3
TTh
3:00pm-4:15
T-302
ARCH 21
BLDG MATERIALS
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
T-302

R.SALAZAR
D.HALDERMAN
STAFF

ARCH 24
23379
23380

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


ARCH 24
BLDG INFO MODEL
ARCH 24
BLDG INFO MODEL

ARCH 40
23381

PREREQ: ARCH 30. (A, CSU)


ARCH 40
ARCH DES & VISUAL IV

3
3

MW
T

1:00pm-2:50
6:00pm-9:50

T-302
T-302

B.GALLO
B.GALLO

3
AND

T
Th

10:00am-12:50
10:00am-11:50

T-302
T-302

K.ZAMORA
K.ZAMORA

(This course requires a $33.00 materials fee.)

ARCH 41A
23382

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
ARCH 41A
OFFICE PRACTICES
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15
T-302

ARCH 42
23383

PREREQ: ARCH 32. (Formerly ARCH 32) (A, CSU)


ARCH 42
TIMBER & STEEL
3

TTh

8:00am-9:50

T-302

D.HALDERMAN
K.ZAMORA

ART
ART 2
23453
23454
23455
23456

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ART 10) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ART 2
ART APPRECIATION
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 OAB-127
W.RAINES
ART 2
ART APPRECIATION
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 FH-101
P.SNOWDEN
ART 2
ART APPRECIATION
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-127
S.SOSA
ART 2
ART APPRECIATION
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
OAB-127
P.SNOWDEN

ART 3
23457
23459

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ART 3
2-DIMEN DESIGN
3
MW
9:00am-12:05
AH-207
ART 3
2-DIMEN DESIGN
3
MW
1:00pm-4:05
T-101B

N.SPOHRER
P.JANZEN

ART 4
23460
23461

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ART 4
3-DIMEN DESIGN
3
TTh
9:00am-11:50
T-101B
ART 4
3-DIMEN DESIGN
3
MW
11:30am-2:35
AH-102

C.PAYNE
L.WEST

ART 5
23462

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ART 25) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ART 5
ART HISTORY 1
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
OAB-188
S.SOSA

ART 6
23464

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly ART 26) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ART 6
ART HISTORY 2
3
MW
11:00am-12:20 OAB-176

ART 6H

ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program recommended. See
Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (Formerly ART 26H and HONORS 6A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ART 6H
HON ART HISTORY2
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
OAB-127
S.SOSA
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)

*****

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

S.SOSA

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ART 7
23468
23469
23470

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ART 7A) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ART 7
BEGIN DRAWING
3
TTh
8:00am-10:50
AH-202
N.MAKI-DEARSAN
ART 7
BEGIN DRAWING
3
TTh
3:00pm-5:50
AH-202
W.RAINES
ART 7
BEGIN DRAWING
3
MW
6:30pm-9:35
AH-202
V.MENDEZ

ART 8
69170
23471

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ART 8A) (A, CSU, UC)
ART 8
BEG FIGURE DRAW
3
MW
10:00am-1:05
AH-202
A.SCHEID
ART 8
BEG FIGURE DRAW
3
TTh
11:30am-2:20
AH-202
N.MAKI-DEARSAN

ART 9
23474
23473

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ART 14A) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ART 9
BEG PAINT OIL/ACR
3
MW
9:00am-12:05
AH-201
R.BATES
ART 9
BEG PAINT OIL/ACR
3
TTh
9:00am-11:50
AH-201
R.BATES

ART 10
23477
23478
23479

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ART 11A) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ART 10
BEGIN CERAMICS
3
MW
9:00am-12:05
AH-105
T.HERNANDEZ
ART 10
BEGIN CERAMICS
3
MW
1:00pm-4:05
AH-105
T.HERNANDEZ
ART 10
BEGIN CERAMICS
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:50
AH-105
L.RICHMOND

ART 11

ADVISORY: ART 4. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 or MATH 201 recommended. (Formerly ART 17A)
(A, CSU-GE, UC)
ART 11
BEGIN SCULPTURE
3
MW
8:00am-11:05
AH-102
L.WEST
(This section may require a $20-$80 material fee.)
ART 11
BEGIN SCULPTURE
3
TTh
3:00pm-5:50
AH-102
L.WEST
(This section may require a $20-$80 material fee.)

23481
23482

ART 12A
69144

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ART 48 and ART 12) (C-ID ARTS
280) (A, CSU-GE)
ART 12A
CRAFT WRKSHP:TRAD
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:50
T-101B
C.PAYNE
(#69144 Emphasis on papermaking and bookmaking.)

ART 12B
69244

PREREQ: ART 12A. (A, CSU-GE)


ART 12B
INT CRAFT WORKSHOP
3
TTh
(#69244 Emphasis on papermaking and bookmaking.)

ART 14
23488

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ART 23) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ART 14
BEG PRINTMAKING
3
TTh
9:00am-11:50
AH-207
N.SPOHRER

ART 17

PREREQ: ART 7 or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing and/or portfolio of past drawing
work. (Formerly ART 7B) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ART 17
INTER DRAWING
3
MW
3:00pm-6:05
AH-202
A.SCHEID

23489

ART 18
69270

ART 19
69107

ART 20
23494

ART 21
69119

1:00pm-3:50

T-101B

C.PAYNE

PREREQ: ART 8 or demonstration of comparable skill level determined by drawing portfolio. (Formerly ART 8B) (A,
CSU, UC)
ART 18
INT FIGURE DRAW
3
MW
10:00am-1:05
AH-202
A.SCHEID
PREREQ: ART 9 or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing and/or portfolio of past oil/
acrylic painting work. (Formerly ART 14B) (A, CSU, UC)
ART 19
INT PAINT OIL/ACR
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:50
AH-201
R.BATES
PREREQ: ART 10 or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing and portfolio of past ceramic
work. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (Formerly ART 11B)
(A, CSU, UC)
ART 20
INTER CERAMICS
3
TTh
9:00am-11:50
AH-105
T.HERNANDEZ
PREREQ: ART 11 or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing and/or portfolio of past
sculpture work. (Formerly ART 17B) (A, CSU, UC)
ART 21
INTER SCULPTURE
3
TTh
12:00pm-2:50
AH-102
L.WEST
(This class may require a $50-$205 material fee.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

ART 24A
69150

ART 24D
69250

ART 29
69207

ART 31
69219

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

45

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: ART 14 or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing and/or portfolio of past
printmaking work. (A, CSU, UC)
ART 24A
INTAGLIO
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:50
AH-207
N.SPOHRER
PREREQ: ART 14 or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing and/or portfolio of past
printmaking work. (A, CSU, UC)
ART 24D
SCREENPRINTING
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:50
AH-207
N.SPOHRER
PREREQ: ART 19, or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing and/or portfolio of past oil/
acrylic painting work. (A, CSU, UC)
ART 29
ADV PAINT OIL/ACR
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:50
AH-201
R.BATES
PREREQ: ART 21, or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing and/or portfolio of past
sculpture work. (A, CSU, UC)
ART 31
ADV SCULPTURE
3
TTh
12:00pm-2:50
AH-102
L.WEST
(This class may require a $50-$205 material fee.)

ART 32A
69103

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly Art 32) (A, CSU)
ART 32A
BEGIN JEWELRY
3
MW
9:00am-12:05
T-101B

D.MAY

ART 32B
69203

PREREQ: ART 32A. (A, CSU)


ART 32B
INTER JEWELRY

D.MAY

ART 60
69128

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU, UC)


ART 60
PRECOLUMBIAN ART
3
TTh

MW

9:00am-12:05

T-101B

12:30pm-1:45

OAB-176

S.SOSA

ASIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES
ASAMER 1
24006
24007

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ASAMER 1
INDO-CHINESE AMERS
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
SO-208
ASAMER 1
INDO-CHINESE AMERS
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
HS-120

ASAMER 10
26267
24008

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
ASAMER 10
HMONG CULTURE
3
M
2:00pm-5:05
HS-120
ASAMER 10
HMONG CULTURE
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
HS-120

ASAMER 15
24009
24062
24010
24063
24064

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
ASAMER 15
INT ASIAN-AMRCNS
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
SO-208
ASAMER 15
INT ASIAN-AMRCNS
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
SO-208
ASAMER 15
INT ASIAN-AMRCNS
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 SO-208
ASAMER 15
INT ASIAN-AMRCNS
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 SO-209
ASAMER 15
INT ASIAN-AMRCNS
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
HS-120

ASAMER 25
26347

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
ASAMER 25
ASAMER SOCL ISS
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
SO-221

ASAMER 30
66103

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also WSTS 30) (A, CSU, UC)
ASAMER 30
ASIAN-AMER WOMEN
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
AH-208
G.GONG

J.CHO
A.VANG
V.MOUANOUTOUA
V.MOUANOUTOUA
J.CHO
J.CHO
J.CHO
J.CHO
A.VANG
J.CHO

ASTRONOMY
ASTRO 10
24734
24735

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ASTRO 10
BASIC ASTRONOMY
3
T
6:00pm-9:50
S-290
G.WIMER
ASTRO 10
BASIC ASTRONOMY
3
Th
6:00pm-9:50
S-290
G.WIMER

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

AUTOMOBILE COLLISION REPAIR TECHNOLOGY


ACRT 153
23375

ACRT 155
23376

PREREQ: ACRT 151. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130
recommended. (Formerly Body-Fender 53/54) (A)
ACRT 153
ADVANCED ACR
9
DAILY
8:00am-11:50
T-601
S.GOEHRING
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130 recommended. (Formerly BodyFender 55) (A)
ACRT 155
SPRAY REFINISH
2
M
1:00pm-5:20
T-601
STAFF

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
AUTOT 9
24095
24092
24083
24093
24069
24096
24104
24106
24102

AUTOT 19
*****

AUTOT 52
67115

AUTOT 53
67131

AUTOT 55
67127

AUTOT 57
67121

AUTOT 161A

24239

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS
AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS
AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS
AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS
AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS
AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS
AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS
DATES: (#24104 meets 01/14 to 03/13)
AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS
DATES: (#24106 meets 03/18 to 05/22)
AUTOT 9
AUTO ESSENTIALS

3
3
3
3
3
3
3

F
W
T
Th
M
M
TTh

9:00am-11:50
10:00am-12:50
1:00pm-3:50
1:00pm-3:50
1:00pm-4:15
6:30pm-9:35
7:00pm-9:50

T-109
T-109
T-110
T-110
T-110
T-110C
T-110

TTh

7:00pm-9:50

T-110

7:00pm-9:50

T-110C

S.ROSENDALE
S.ROSENDALE
S.ROSENDALE
S.ROSENDALE
S.ROSENDALE
J.MULLIKIN
D.CAPRIOGLIO
D.CALANDRA
D.CAPRIOGLIO

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly related
to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
AUTOT 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
ARR
ARR
STAFF
AND
7HRS ARR
OFF
STAFF
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/23) (Above course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail
to complete assignments. WebAdvisor e-mail accounts must be current. For additional information, contact the
coordinator, Marty Kamimoto, at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8730.)
COREQ: AUTOT 9. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (See
also ATGM 52) (A, CSU)
AUTOT 52
AUTO ELEC SYSTMS
5
DAILY
7:30am-11:20
T-110
M.HERNANDEZ
DATES: (#67115 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (This course requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
COREQ: AUTOT 9. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (See
also ATGM 53) (A, CSU)
AUTOT 53
ENGINE PERFORM
5
DAILY
7:30am-11:20
T-110
M.HERNANDEZ
DATES: (#67131 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (This course requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
COREQ: AUTOT 9. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (See
also ATGM 55) (A, CSU)
AUTOT 55
POWER TRAINS
6
DAILY
7:00am-11:50
T-204
M.KAMIMOTO
DATES: (#67127 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (This course requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
PREREQ: AUTOT 52 and 53 or equivalent. COREQ: AUTOT 9. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and
68, MATH 201 recommended.(See also ATGM 57) (Formerly AUTOT 60) (A, CSU)
AUTOT 57
HVAC/ADV ELEC
5
MTWTh
7:00am-11:50
T-204
M.KAMIMOTO
DATES: (#67121 meets 03/17 to 05/22) (This course requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
PREREQ: AUTOT 52, AUTOT 53 or AUTOT 261, or 13 quarter units, or 180 hours of instruction at a NATEF or bureaurecognized college or trade school in the areas of electrical and engine performance or equivalent automotive work
experience. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (Formerly
AUTOT 61A and 261A) (A)
AUTOT 161A BAS CLN AIR CAR
4
MW
6:00pm-10:30
T-109
M.CHICCONI
DATES: (#24239 meets 01/13 to 04/02)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

AUTOT 161B
26262

AUTOT 161C
26263

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

47

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: AUTOT 161A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended.
(Formerly AUTOT 61B and 261B) (A)
AUTOT 161B ADV CLN AIR CAR
2
MW
6:00pm-9:35
T-109
M.CHICCONI
DATES: (#26262 meets 04/07 to 05/21)
PREREQ: AUTOT 161B. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and MATH 201 recommended.
(Formerly AUTOT 261C) (A)
AUTOT 161C BAR UPDATE TRNG
1
F
6:00pm-9:50
T-109
M.CHICCONI
AND
S
8:00am-1:50
T-109
M.CHICCONI
DATES: (#26263 meets 05/09 to 05/17)

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY - GM ASEP


(GM ASEP students only)
ATGM 52
*****

ATGM 53
*****

ATGM 55
*****

ATGM 57
*****

COREQ: AUTOT 9. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (See
also AUTOT 52) (Formerly AT GM 32) (A, CSU)
ATGM 52
AUTO ELEC SYSTMS
5
DAILY
7:30am-11:20
T-110
M.HERNANDEZ
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/14) (This section requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
COREQ: AUTOT 9. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (See
also AUTOT 53) (Formerly AT GM 35) (A, CSU)
ATGM 53
ENGINE PERFORM
5
DAILY
7:30am-11:20
T-110
M.HERNANDEZ
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/23) (This section requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
COREQ: AUTOT 9. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (See
also AUTOT 55) (Formerly AT GM 36) (A, CSU)
ATGM 55
POWER TRAIN
6
DAILY
7:00am-11:50
T-204
M.KAMIMOTO
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/14) (This section requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
PREREQ: AUTOT/ATGM 52 and 53 or equivalent. COREQ: AUTOT 9. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL
67 and 68, MATH 201 recommended. (See also AUTOT 57) (Formerly AT GM 34) (A, CSU)
ATGM 57
HVAC/ADV ELEC
5
MTWTh
7:00am-11:50
T-204
M.KAMIMOTO
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/22) (This section requires a $50.00 materials fee.)

BIOLOGY
BIOL 3
24043

23369
23370
23371
23372
23373
23374
23590

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
ARR
WEB
V.GUTIERREZ-OSBORNE
AND
M
6:00pm-8:05
S-150
V.GUTIERREZ-OSBORNE
(#24043 is a hybrid distance education class. Students are required to attend face-to-face lab sessions on campus
[Monday from 6:00--8:05pm]. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection. Exams will be given
in the laboratory. For further information, please contact the instructor at v.gutierrez-osborne@fresnocitycollege.edu)
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
MWF
7:00am-7:50
S-100
D.STAEBLER
AND
M
8:30am-10:35
S-120
D.STAEBLER
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
MWF
7:00am-7:50
S-100
D.STAEBLER
AND
W
8:30am-10:20
S-120
D.STAEBLER
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
MWF
8:00am-8:50
S-150
W.HOLMES
AND
M
9:00am-11:05
S-150
W.HOLMES
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
MWF
8:00am-8:50
S-70
C.JOHANSSON
AND
T
8:00am-9:50
S-120
C.JOHANSSON
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
MWF
8:00am-8:50
S-70
C.JOHANSSON
AND
T
10:00am-11:50 S-120
C.JOHANSSON
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
MWF
8:00am-8:50
S-70
C.JOHANSSON
AND
T
1:00pm-2:50
S-120
C.JOHANSSON
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
MWF
9:00am-9:50
S-140
A.VOORHEES
AND
F
10:30am-12:20 S-140
A.VOORHEES

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

23594

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23595

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23596

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23602

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23603

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23822

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23823

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23824

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23827

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23828

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23830

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23850

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

23831

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

24004

BIOL 3

INTRO LIFE SCI

BIOL 4
24051

BIOL 5
24055

24058

24059

24635
24636

UNITS

4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND

DAYS

MWF
Th
MWF
Th
MWF
Th
MWF
M
MWF
M
MW
F
MWF
F
MWF
F
TTh
M
TTh
M
TTh
M
T
1HR ARR
M
1HR ARR
W
1HR ARR

TIMES

9:00am-9:50
8:00am-9:50
9:00am-9:50
10:00am-11:50
9:00am-9:50
1:00pm-2:50
10:00am-10:50
1:00pm-3:05
10:00am-10:50
3:10pm-5:15
10:45am-12:00
12:30pm-2:20
1:00pm-1:50
8:00am-9:50
1:00pm-1:50
10:00am-11:50
3:00pm-4:15
10:00am-12:05
3:00pm-4:15
1:00pm-3:05
3:00pm-4:15
3:15pm-5:20
5:00pm-8:50
5:30pm-9:35
5:30pm-9:35

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

S-70
S-120
S-70
S-120
S-70
S-120
S-100
S-120
S-100
S-120
S-120
S-140
S-100
S-120
S-100
S-120
S-70
S-190
S-70
S-190
S-70
S-190
S-120
ARR
S-120
ARR
S-120
ARR

C.JOHANSSON
C.JOHANSSON
C.JOHANSSON
C.JOHANSSON
C.JOHANSSON
C.JOHANSSON
H.HURTT
H.HURTT
H.HURTT
H.HURTT
A.VOORHEES
A.VOORHEES
S.PORTEOUS
S.PORTEOUS
S.PORTEOUS
S.PORTEOUS
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
R.OLSEN
R.OLSEN
W.LUCKA
W.LUCKA
H.DOWIS
H.DOWIS

PREREQ: BIOL 3 or 11A or equivalent, and MATH 103 or equivalent, each with a grade of C or better. Completion
within the last 5 years recommended. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly ZOOL 1) (A, CSU-GE,
UC, I)
BIOL 4
PRIN OF ZOOLOGY
5
TTh
8:00am-12:20
S-150
S.PORTEOUS
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and eligibility MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC,
I)
BIOL 5
HUMAN BIOLOGY
4
ARR
WEB
STAFF
AND
W
6:00pm-7:50
S-150
STAFF
(#24055 is a hybrid distance education class. Students are required to attend face-to-face lab sessions on campus
[Wednesdays from 6:00--7:50pm]. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection. Exams will be
given both online and in the laboratory. For further information, please contact the instructor at
shirley.mcmanus@fresnocitycollege.edu.).
BIOL 5
HUMAN BIOLOGY
4
ARR
WEB
S.MCMANUS
AND
T
1:00pm-2:50
S-150
S.MCMANUS
(#24058 is a hybrid distance education class. Students are required to attend face-to-face lab sessions on campus
[Tuesday from 1:00--2:50pm]. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection. Exams will be
given both online and in the laboratory. For further information, please contact the instructor at
shirley.mcmanus@fresnocitycollege.edu.).
BIOL 5
HUMAN BIOLOGY
4
ARR
WEB
S.MCMANUS
AND
Th
1:00pm-2:50
S-150
S.MCMANUS
(#24059 is a hybrid distance education class. Students are required to attend face-to-face lab sessions on campus
[Thursdays from 1:00--2:50pm]. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection. Exams will be
given both online and in the laboratory. For further information, please contact the instructor at
shirley.mcmanus@fresnocitycollege.edu).
BIOL 5
HUMAN BIOLOGY
4
MWF
8:00am-8:50
S-100
S.REYES
AND
F
12:00pm-1:50
S-150
S.REYES
BIOL 5
HUMAN BIOLOGY
4
MWF
8:00am-8:50
S-100
S.REYES
AND
F
10:00am-11:50 S-150
S.REYES

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

24639

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24640

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24641

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24643

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24644

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24645

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24264

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24265

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24267

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24276

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24277

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24278

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24336

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24341

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

26426

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

26427

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

24344

BIOL 5

HUMAN BIOLOGY

BIOL 7
24351

BIOL 11A
24358
24355
24356

UNITS

4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND

DAYS

TTh
W
TTh
W
TTh
W
MWF
T
MWF
M
MWF
M
TTh
F
TTh
F
TTh
F
MWF
W
MWF
F
MWF
F
T
Th
TTh
T
TTh
W
TTh
Th
M
W

TIMES

9:00am-10:15
8:00am-9:50
9:00am-10:15
10:00am-11:50
9:00am-10:15
1:00pm-2:50
11:00am-11:50
9:00am-10:50
11:00am-11:50
1:00pm-3:05
11:00am-11:50
3:15pm-5:20
1:30pm-2:45
8:00am-9:50
1:30pm-2:45
12:00pm-1:50
1:30pm-2:45
2:00pm-3:50
2:00pm-2:50
3:00pm-4:50
2:00pm-2:50
3:00pm-4:50
2:00pm-2:50
5:00pm-6:50
3:00pm-5:50
3:00pm-4:50
5:00pm-6:15
6:30pm-8:20
6:00pm-7:15
8:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-7:15
7:30pm-9:20
6:00pm-9:05
6:00pm-7:50

ROOM

S-70
S-120
S-70
S-150
S-70
S-150
S-70
S-190
S-70
S-150
S-70
S-150
S-70
S-190
S-70
S-190
S-70
S-190
S-70
S-150
S-70
S-150
S-70
S-150
S-150
S-150
S-140
S-140
S-100
S-140
S-100
S-140
S-140
S-140

INSTRUCTOR

S.MCMANUS
S.MCMANUS
S.MCMANUS
S.MCMANUS
S.MCMANUS
S.MCMANUS
R.STEWART
R.STEWART
R.STEWART
R.STEWART
R.STEWART
R.STEWART
J.GENNITY
J.GENNITY
J.GENNITY
J.GENNITY
J.GENNITY
J.GENNITY
S.GARNICA
S.GARNICA
S.GARNICA
S.GARNICA
S.GARNICA
S.GARNICA
N.DENIS-ARRUE
N.DENIS-ARRUE
W.LUCKA
W.LUCKA
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF

PREREQ: BIOL 3 or BIOL 11A or equivalent, with a grade of C or better. Completion within the last 5 years
recommended. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
BIOL 7
FIELD BIOLOGY
5
T
1:00pm-3:50
S-140
R.OLSEN
AND
Th
1:00pm-6:50
ARR
R.OLSEN
PREREQ: MATH 103 with a grade of C or better. Completion within the last ve years recommended. ADVISORY:
Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, BIOL 3 or High School Biology recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 11A
BIOL - SCI MAJORS I
5
TTh
8:00am-9:50
S-160
H.DOWIS
AND
M
8:00am-11:05
S-160
H.DOWIS
BIOL 11A
BIOL - SCI MAJORS I
5
WF
12:30pm-2:20
S-120
R.OLSEN
AND
W
2:30pm-5:20
S-120
R.OLSEN
BIOL 11A
BIOL - SCI MAJORS I
5
TTh
6:00pm-9:15
S-150
A.VOORHEES

BIOL 11B
24362
24345

PREREQ: BIOL 11A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 11B
BIOL - SCI MAJORS II
5
TTh
8:00am-12:20
S-140
BIOL 11B
BIOL - SCI MAJORS II
5
MW
12:00pm-4:20
S-140

BIOL 20

PREREQ: BIOL 5 or BIOL 11A or equivalent with a grade of C or better. Completion within the last year
recommended. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 20
HUMAN ANATOMY
4
MWF
9:00am-9:50
S-100
AND
Th
8:00am-10:50
S-190
BIOL 20
HUMAN ANATOMY
4
MWF
9:00am-9:50
S-100
AND
Th
12:00pm-2:50
S-190

24372
24374

49

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

R.PALMER
R.PALMER

R.STEWART
R.STEWART
R.STEWART
R.STEWART

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

50
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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

24382

BIOL 20

HUMAN ANATOMY

24384

BIOL 20

HUMAN ANATOMY

26354

BIOL 20

HUMAN ANATOMY

26355

BIOL 20

HUMAN ANATOMY

24400

BIOL 20

HUMAN ANATOMY

UNITS

INSTRUCTOR

BIOL 21A
24405

PREREQ: BIOL 5 or 11A and CHEM 3A with a grade of C or better. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 21A
HUM ANAT & PHYS I
4
TTh
6:00pm-8:50
S-160

W.HOLMES

BIOL 21B
24407

PREREQ: BIOL 21A with a grade of C or better. ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 21B
HUM ANAT & PHYS II
5
MW
12:00pm-1:50
S-70
AND
T
12:00pm-2:50
S-160

M.GILBERT
M.GILBERT

BIOL 22

PREREQ: BIOL 20 or equivalent and CHEM 3A or equivalent, each with a grade of C or better. Completion within the
last year recommended. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 22
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
5
TTh
9:00am-10:50
S-100
C.LINDER
AND
W
8:00am-10:50
S-160
C.LINDER
BIOL 22
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
5
TTh
9:00am-10:50
S-100
C.LINDER
AND
W
12:00pm-2:50
S-160
C.LINDER
BIOL 22
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
5
MW
11:00am-12:50 S-100
D.STAEBLER
AND
F
8:00am-10:50
S-160
D.STAEBLER
BIOL 22
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
5
MW
11:00am-12:50 S-100
D.STAEBLER
AND
F
12:00pm-2:50
S-160
D.STAEBLER
BIOL 22
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
5
MW
3:00pm-4:50
S-160
M.GILBERT
AND
Th
3:00pm-5:50
S-160
M.GILBERT
BIOL 22
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
5
MW
6:00pm-9:20
S-160
C.LINDER

24414
24415
24421
24425

BIOL 24
24428

BIOL 31
24431
24459
24461
24463
24470
24473

BIOL 46
24503

10:30am-11:45
8:00am-10:50
10:30am-11:45
12:00pm-2:50
3:45pm-5:00
12:00pm-2:50
3:45pm-5:00
3:00pm-5:55
6:00pm-9:05
6:00pm-8:50

ROOM

D.SHELLEY
D.SHELLEY
D.SHELLEY
D.SHELLEY
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
D.SHELLEY
D.SHELLEY

24412

TTh
W
TTh
W
MW
T
MW
T
M
W

TIMES

S-70
S-190
S-70
S-190
S-100
S-190
S-100
S-190
S-190
S-190

24411

4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND

DAYS

PREREQ: BIOL 5 or 11A or equivalent, each with a grade of C or better. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
recommended. (A, CSU-GE)
BIOL 24
HUM ANAT & PHYS
5
TTh
6:30pm-9:45
S-190

STAFF

PREREQ: BIOL 5 or 11A or equivalent and CHEM 3A or equivalent, each with a grade of C or better. Completion
within the last 5 years recommended. ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 31
MICROBIOLOGY
5
MW
8:00am-9:15
S-180
N.DENIS-ARRUE
AND
MW
9:30am-11:50
S-180
N.DENIS-ARRUE
BIOL 31
MICROBIOLOGY
5
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
S-100
V.GUTIERREZ-OSBORNE
AND
TTh
9:30am-11:45
S-180
V.GUTIERREZ-OSBORNE
BIOL 31
MICROBIOLOGY
5
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
S-100
V.GUTIERREZ-OSBORNE
AND
TTh
2:00pm-4:15
S-180
V.GUTIERREZ-OSBORNE
BIOL 31
MICROBIOLOGY
5
MW
1:00pm-2:15
S-180
N.DENIS-ARRUE
AND
MW
2:30pm-4:15
S-180
N.DENIS-ARRUE
BIOL 31
MICROBIOLOGY
5
MW
6:00pm-7:15
S-180
J.GENNITY
AND
MW
7:30pm-9:50
S-180
J.GENNITY
BIOL 31
MICROBIOLOGY
5
TTh
6:00pm-7:15
S-180
R.DENIS-ARRUE
AND
TTh
7:30pm-9:45
S-180
R.DENIS-ARRUE
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BIOL 46
ELEM HORTICULT
4
MW
8:00am-10:20
GRNH

C.EAYRE

BUILDING SAFETY & CODE ADMINISTRATION


BSCA 15B
67130

COREQ: BSCA 15BL. ADVISORY: CONS 50A and eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 1A
recommended. (See also CONS 56B) (A, CSU)
BSCA 15B
RESID PLUMBING 2
3
MW
6:00pm-8:50
T-406
M.KOCH

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

BSCA 15BL

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

51

INSTRUCTOR

COREQ: BSCA 15B. ADVISORY: CONS 50A and eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 1A
recommended. (See also CONS 56BL) (A, CSU)
BSCA 15BL
RES PLUMBNG LAB 2
.5
1.5HRS ARR
OFF

M.KOCH

BSCA 17
67207

PREREQ: None. (See also EST 96A) (A, CSU)


BSCA 17
NATL ELEC CODE-1
3

6:00pm-8:50

T-305A

J.RATTO

BSCA 18
23399

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


BSCA 18
CA DISBL ACCESS REG

6:00pm-8:50

T-102

M.KOCH

BSCA 20
23393

PREREQ: BSCA 10. (A, CSU)


BSCA 20
ADV BUILDING CODE

6:00pm-8:50

T-102

M.TARR

BSCA 22
23409

PREREQ: BSCA 12. (A, CSU)


BSCA 22
ADV PLANS EXAM

Th

6:00pm-8:50

T-102

M.TARR

BSCA 27
67202

PREREQ: None. (See also EST 96B) (A, CSU)


BSCA 27
NATL ELEC CODE-2
3

6:00pm-8:50

T-305A

J.RATTO

BSCA 37
67218

PREREQ: None. (See also EST 96C) (A, CSU)


BSCA 37
NATL ELEC CODE-3
3

Th

6:00pm-8:50

T-305A

J.RATTO

BSCA 47
67204

PREREQ: None. (See also EST 96D) (A, CSU)


BSCA 47
NEC-ELEC SAFETY
3

6:00pm-9:05

T-305A

J.RATTO

67126

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
BA 5
63105

63102

BA 10
23511

23504
23450
23425
23458

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. BT 1 or knowledge of proper business
letter format and ability to type 25 words per minute. (See also BT 5) (A, CSU)
BA 5
WORKPLACE COMMUN
3
ARR
WEB
L.SMITH
(#63105 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must have
a word processing program, access to the Internet and an active SCCCD e-mail account which will be used for all
communication. Each student must log on to Blackboard and complete rst assignment on the rst day of class
to conrm enrollment or will be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. E-mail the instructor at lorraine.
smith@fresnocitycollege.edu on the start date for further class access information. The class requires one face-to-face
presentation on campus or a comparable assignment arranged with the instructor. Students need to be aware that all
classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 5
WORKPLACE COMMUN
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
BE-131
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID BUS 110) (A, CSU, UC)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
ARR
WEB
W.SYVERTSEN
(#23511 is a distance education class offered via the Internet using Blackboard. Students need access to a computer
and possess Internet and e-mail skills. Blackboard activation will occur one week prior to the start of class. Enrolled
students are expected to enter Blackboard [http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu] and using their 7-digit student
ID number as username and password, enter the specic course. In addition, enrolled students are expected to have
completed the Learning Agreement by noon on the rst day of instruction, otherwise they will be dropped and someone
from the waitlist will be added. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact
William A. Syvertsen at william.syvertsen@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
MWF
7:30am-9:35
BE-135
B.LISCANO
DATES: (#23504 meets 03/17 to 05/16) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
BE-134
L.ANDERSON
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
BE-134
B.LISCANO
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
BE-134
J.CARRIGAN
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

52
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

23426

BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 BE-134
B.LISCANO
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 BE-134
J.CARRIGAN
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
MWF
12:00pm-2:05
BE-134
STAFF
DATES: (#23429 meets 03/17 to 05/16) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
OAB-188
B.LISCANO
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
TTh
1:30pm-2:45
BE-120
A.RATKUS
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
MW
2:00pm-3:15
BE-135
W.SYVERTSEN
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
BE-120
T.BONE
AND
S
8:30am-1:20
HS-160
T.BONE
DATES: (Above class meets 05/13 to 06/03) (25-Month Business Administration Transfer Program. Actual meeting dates
are: 05/13, 05/15, 05/17, 05/20, 05/22, 05/24, 05/27, 05/29, 05/31 and 06/03. Entrance into class is by permission of the
Business Division Dean. This course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail to complete assignments.
WebAdvisor e-mail accounts must be current.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
BE-134
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
BE-134
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

23501
23429
23506
23424
23433
*****

23503
23443

BA 18
23519

23518
23514
23515
23516
23517

BA 19
*****

BA 20
23525
23522

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BA 18A) (C-ID BUS
120) (A, CSU, UC)
BA 18
BUS & LEGAL ENV
4
ARR
WEB
N.HOLLAND
(#23519 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and possess
Internet and e-mail skills. A Welcome Letter will be sent out prior to the start of the class giving specic instructions as
to how to enter and sign in through Blackboard. Those placed on the waitlist will be contacted by the instructor if there
is room available. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled for this course.)
BA 18
BUS & LEGAL ENV
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 OAB-188
R.SCHMALLE
(This course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail to complete assignments. WebAdvisor e-mail
accounts must be current.)
BA 18
BUS & LEGAL ENV
4
MW
11:00am-12:50 BE-121
N.HOLLAND
(This course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail to complete assignments. WebAdvisor e-mail
accounts must be current.)
BA 18
BUS & LEGAL ENV
4
MW
1:00pm-2:50
BE-121
R.SCHMALLE
(This course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail to complete assignments. WebAdvisor e-mail
accounts must be current.)
BA 18
BUS & LEGAL ENV
4
TTh
1:00pm-2:50
BE-121
R.SCHMALLE
(This course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail to complete assignments. WebAdvisor e-mail
accounts must be current.)
BA 18
BUS & LEGAL ENV
4
M
6:00pm-10:05
BE-135
P.WASEMILLER
(This course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail to complete assignments. WebAdvisor e-mail
accounts must be current.)
COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
BA 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
M
5:30pm-6:35
BE-137
J.ARMAS
AND
7HRS ARR
OFF
J.ARMAS
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
BA 20
LAW&LEGAL SYSTEM
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
BE-121
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 20
LAW&LEGAL SYSTEM
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
BE-136
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

R.SCHMALLE
B.MCCULLY

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

23523

BA 20
LAW&LEGAL SYSTEM
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 BE-136
B.MCCULLY
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 20
LAW&LEGAL SYSTEM
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 BE-136
B.MCCULLY
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 20
LAW&LEGAL SYSTEM
3
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
BE-120
P.WASEMILLER
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
HS-160
P.WASEMILLER
DATES: (Above class meets 01/02 to 01/25) (Business Administration 25-Month Transfer Program. Actual class meeting
dates are 01/02, 01/04, 01/07, 01/09, 01/11, 01/14, 01/16, 01/18, 01/21, 01/23 and 01/25. Entrance into lass by permission
of Business Division Dean. This course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail to complete assignments.
WebAdvisor e-mail accounts must be current.)
BA 20
LAW&LEGAL SYSTEM
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
BE-135
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

23524
*****

23521

BA 30
23539

23537
23535
23538

BA 31
23543

23541

BA 33
23566

23544
23545

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

53

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A,
BA 30
PERSONAL FINANCE
4
ARR
WEB
W.SYVERTSEN
(#23539 is a distance education class offered via the Internet using Blackboard. Students need access to a computer
and possess Internet and e-mail skills. Blackboard activation will occur one week prior to the start of class. Enrolled
students are expected to enter Blackboard [http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu] and using their 7-digit student
ID number as username and password, enter the specic course. In addition, enrolled students are expected to have
completed the Learning Agreement by noon on the rst day of instruction, otherwise they will be dropped and someone
from the waitlist will be added. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact
William A. Syvertsen at william.syvertsen@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
BA 30
PERSONAL FINANCE
4
TTh
12:30pm-2:20
BE-137
M.BLOMQUIST
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 30
PERSONAL FINANCE
4
MW
1:00pm-2:50
BE-120
G.JUREVICH
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 30
PERSONAL FINANCE
4
T
6:00pm-9:50
BE-137
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and ENGL 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 31
HUM RESOURCE MGMT
4
ARR
WEB
L.ANDERSON
(#23543 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer, the Internet, MS
Ofce [Word and PPT]. Students must also have and routinely check their campus e-mail. Enrolled students must post
on the discussion board the rst day of class by 9:00 p.m. or they will be
BA 31
HUM RESOURCE MGMT
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 BE-136
N.HOLLAND
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 33
HUMAN RELATIONS
3
ARR
WEB
STAFF
DATES: (#23566 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23566 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need
access to a computer, the Internet, MS Ofce [Word and PPT]. Students must also have and routinely check their
campus e-mail. Enrolled students must post on the discussion board the rst day of class by 9:00 p.m. or they will be
dropped.)
BA 33
HUMAN RELATIONS
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 BE-134
G.SPADAFORE
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BA 33
HUMAN RELATIONS
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
BE-134
N.HOLLAND
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BA 34
23567

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 34
INVEST FUNDAMENT
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 BE-137
M.BLOMQUIST
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BA 38
23568

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 38
OPR OF SMALL BUS
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
BE-136
W.SYVERTSEN
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BA 40
23569

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BA 39) (A, CSU)
BA 40
SUPERVISN/LDRSHP
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
BE-133
T.HAWKINS
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

54
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

BA 43
23570

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 43
PRIN OF MGMT
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
BE-136
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BA 48
23571

ADVISORY: CIT 12 or 15 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 48
e-BUSINESS
3
ARR
WEB
W.VANDER PLAATS
(#23571 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and Internet as
well as have e-mail and MS Ofce PC [not a Mac] skills. For further information, contact the instructor for further class
access information at william_vanderplaats@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

BA 52

ADVISORY: BA 51 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and eligibility for MATH 201 recommended.
(A, CSU)
BA 52
INTRO ENTRPRNRSHP
3
MW
10:00am-11:15 BE-135
G.JUREVICH
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

23572

M.BLOMQUIST

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY


BT 1
23601

23608

23613
23605
23614
23597
23593
23611

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and BT 106 or keyboarding at 20wpm at 96% accuracy
on a 3-minute timed writing recommended. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly BIP 1) (A,
CSU)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
ARR
WEB
S.MARTIN
AND
ARR
ARR
S.MARTIN
(#23601 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students need access to a PC computer [or MAC with
Boot Camp or Parallels to run MS Word], the Internet, MS Word 2007, 2010, or 2013, and an activated school e-mail
account that is routinely checked. Students will meet on campus for the nal exam. Enrolled students will receive
course information via the e-mail address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must
access the class website at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu on the rst or second day of the term. Students
with an invalid e-mail address or who do not complete the rst days assignment will be dropped as no-shows. For
more information, contact the instructor at sheila.martin@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all
classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
ARR
WEB
R.NELSON
AND
ARR
ARR
R.NELSON
(#23608 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students need access to a PC computer [or MAC with
Boot Camp or Parallels to run MS Word 2010], the Internet, MS Word 2010 and an activated school e-mail account that
is routinely checked. Students will meet on campus for the nal exam. Enrolled students will receive course information
via the e-mail address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class
website at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu on the rst day or second day of the term. Students with invalid
e-mail addresses or who do not complete the rst weeks assignment or the discussion by the due date will be dropped
as no shows. For more information, contact Rebecca Nelson at rebecca.nelson@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need
to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
TTh
9:00am-11:15
BE-209
J.THIESSEN
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
MW
10:00am-11:50 BE-209
R.NELSON
AND
F
10:00am-11:05 BE-209
R.NELSON
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
MW
11:00am-1:20
BE-131
R.TUTTRUP
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
TTh
11:30am-1:45
BE-217
S.MARTIN
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
MW
12:00pm-1:50
BE-217
A.BELL
AND
F
12:00pm-1:05
BE-217
A.BELL
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
BE-209
R.KIMBALL
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

BT 2
23618

23616
23619

BT 4
23621
23620

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: BT 1 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Fullls the
computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly BSS 1B and BIP 2) (A, CSU)
BT 2
CMPTR DOC PROC II
3
ARR
WEB
J.THIESSEN
AND
ARR
ARR
J.THIESSEN
(#23618 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a PC computer with MS Word
2010, the Internet, and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive course information via e-mail address showing
on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu the rst or second day of the term. Students with invalid e-mail addresses
or who do not complete the rst weeks assignment or the discussion by the due date will be dropped as no shows.
Students will meet on campus for the mid-term and nal exam. For additional information, contact the instructor at
jolene.thiessen@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
BT 2
CMPTR DOC PROC II
3
TTh
9:00am-11:15
BE-219
M.HASKELL
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 2
CMPTR DOC PROC II
3
TTh
12:00pm-2:15
BE-131
R.TUTTRUP
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for MATH 201 recommended. (Formerly BGO 8) (A, CSU)
BT 4
TEN-KEY CALC
2
TTh
10:00am-11:15 BE-222
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 4
TEN-KEY CALC
2
M
6:00pm-9:20
BE-222
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

FCC Business Divisions 25-Month Program


Students earn an AA in Business Administration in 25 months.
All classes are offered in the evening and on Saturday
Students enrolled in the cohort are guaranteed a seat in every class.

Spring classes for the COHORT 13 (2012-2014)


AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

R.TUTTRUP
K.GONZALES

Call 442-8222,
for more
information
about how you
can enroll.

New cohorts begin January 7, 2014

POLSCI 2

55

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

Spring classes for the COHORT 14 (2013-2015)


COMM 2

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

ENGL 1A

READING & COMPOSITION

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

CRIM 13

CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

ECON 50

MACROECONOMICS

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

DS 21

FINITE MATH

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

LING 10

INTRO TO LANGUAGE

ONLINE

Spring classes for the COHORT 15 (2014-2016)


BA 20

LAW & LEGAL SYSTEM

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

MATH 201

ELEM ALGEBRA

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

CIT 15

COMPUTER CONCEPTS

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

PE 7

GOLF

8:30am-1:00

BA 10

INTRO TO BUSINESS

TTh

5:30pm-10:00

8:30am-1:00

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

BT 5
63205

63202

BT 6
23671

23670

BT 9
23674

23675

BT 11
23677

23678

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. BT 1 or knowledge of proper business
letter format and ability to type 25 words per minute. (See also BA 5) (Formerly BGO 5) (A, CSU)
BT 5
WORKPLACE COMMUN
3
ARR
WEB
L.SMITH
(#63205 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must have
a word processing program, access to the Internet and an active SCCCD e-mail account which will be used for all
communication. Each student must log on to Blackboard and complete rst assignment on the rst day of class to
conrm enrollment or will be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. E-mail the instructor at
lorraine.smith@fresnocitycollege.edu on the start date for further class access information. The class requires one
face-to-face presentation on campus or a comparable assignment arranged with the instructor. Students need to be
aware that all classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 5
WORKPLACE COMMUN
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
BE-131
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: BT 106 or equivalent. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BIP 10
and BT 10) (A, CSU)
BT 6
RECORD MANAGEMENT
3
ARR
WEB
J.THIESSEN
AND
ARR
ARR
J.THIESSEN
(#23671 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a PC computer with MS Word
2010, MS Access 2010, the Internet, and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive course information via e-mail
address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu the rst or second day of the term. Students with invalid e-mail addresses
or who do not complete the rst weeks assignment or the discussion by the due date will be dropped as no shows.
Students will meet on campus for the nal exam. For additional information, contact the instructor at
jolene.thiessen@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
BT 6
RECORD MANAGEMENT
3
TTh
11:30am-1:20
BE-209
J.THIESSEN
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: BT 1 or equivalent. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and MATH 201 recommended.
(Fullls the computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly BIP 9) (A, CSU)
BT 9
COMPTR APPLCTNS I
4
ARR
WEB
S.BOLT
AND
ARR
ARR
S.BOLT
(#23674 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer, the Internet,
MS Ofce 2010, the e-mail account assigned by the college, and to be able to purchase the text the rst week of the
course. Students will meet once on campus for the nal exam. Enrolled students will receive course information via
e-mail address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website
at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu by the rst day of the term and complete the required assignment or they
will be dropped as no shows. For additional information, contact the instructor at sandra.bolt@fresnocitycollege.edu.
Waitlisted students must e-mail the instructor on the rst day of class. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT
require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 9
COMPTR APPLCTNS I
4
MW
9:00am-11:50
BE-218
R.HART
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: BT 106 or BT 1 or equivalent. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly
BGO 18) (A, CSU)
BT 11
TODAYS OFFICE
3
ARR
WEB
S.MARTIN
AND
ARR
ARR
S.MARTIN
(#23677 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer with Microsoft
Word 2007, 2010, or 2013 installed, and must have Internet access and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive
course information via e-mail address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access
the class website at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu by the rst or second day of the term. Students with
invalid e-mail addresses or who do not complete the rst weeks assignment or the discussion by the due date will be
dropped as no shows. This class requires one Friday afternoon on-campus for telephone training from 5:30-8:30 p.m.,
actual date to be announced. For additional information, contact the instructor at sheila.martin@fresnocitycollege.edu.
Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 11
TODAYS OFFICE
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
BE-217
B.KNAAPEN
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

BT 13
23679

BT 18
63215

BT 19
*****

*****

BT 23
23683

*****

23696
23702
23685

BT 24
*****

BT 25
63220

BT 27
23708

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

57

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: BT 112. (Formerly BIP 62) (A, CSU)


BT 13
BUSINESS CORRESP
2
ARR
WEB
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23679 meets 02/18 to 05/16) (#23679 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer with Internet, Microsoft Word, and an e-mail account. Students must e-mail the instructor at
melinda.shirey@fresnocitycollege.edu for class access information before the start date. Enrolled students who do not
contact the instructor by the start date will be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. Students need to be aware
that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 201 recommended. (See also CIT 23) (Formerly BIP 18) (A, CSU)
BT 18
SPREADSHEET FUND
2
TTh
10:00am-11:50 BE-131
D.OWENS
DATES: (#63215 meets 01/14 to 03/11) (Students need to be aware that all the classes in BT require use of computers
and Blackboard.)
COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
BT 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
3
T
3:00pm-4:50
BE-131
M.FRY
AND
3HRS ARR
OFF
M.FRY
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/19) (Medical Billing Assistant Program. Entrance into class by permission
of Business Division Dean. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and
Blackboard.)
BT 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
M
5:30pm-6:35
BE-137
J.ARMAS
AND
7HRS ARR
OFF
J.ARMAS
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BT 23
JOB SEARCH/WRKP
3
ARR
WEB
A.BELL
(#23683 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer with Internet, Microsoft
Word, and an e-mail account. Students must e-mail the instructor at autumn.bell@fresnocitycollege.edu for class
access information before the start date. Enrolled students who do not contact the instructor by the start date will
be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of
computers and Blackboard.)
BT 23
JOB SEARCH/WRKP
3
MWF
9:30am-11:35
BE-217
K.DANCEY
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/12) (Medical Billing Assistant Program. Entrance into class by permission
of Business Division Dean. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and
Blackboard.)
BT 23
JOB SEARCH/WRKP
3
TTh
10:00am-11:15 BE-221
K.DANCEY
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 23
JOB SEARCH/WRKP
3
MW
12:00pm-1:20
BE-221
R.HART
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 23
JOB SEARCH/WRKP
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
BE-219
S.BOLT
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 201 recommended. (See also CIT 31) (Formerly BIP 24) (A, CSU)
BT 24
BEGIN EXCEL
1
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
BE-221
L.SMITH
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 03/13) (Medical Billing Assistant Program. Entrance into class by permission
of Business Division Dean. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and
Blackboard.)
PREREQ: CIT 15. (See also CIT 20) (Formerly BIP 25) (A, CSU)
BT 25
MICROSOFT OFFICE
3
M
6:00pm-10:20
BE-129
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in BT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

W.WALKER

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BT 27
OUTLOOK AND E-MAIL
2
MW
3:00pm-3:50
BE-218
AND
F
3:00pm-4:05
BE-218
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

B.KNAAPEN
B.KNAAPEN

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

BT 28
23709

23710

23711

23765

BT 29
23773

23774

BT 43
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: BT 106 or equivalent. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Fullls the
computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly BIP 28)(A, CSU)
BT 28
MICROSOFT WORD I
2
ARR
WEB
R.HART
AND
ARR
ARR
R.HART
DATES: (#23709 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23709 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer with Microsoft Word 2010 or 2013,Internet and an active District e-mail account. Enrolled students will
receive course information via e-mail on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu and post an introduction by the second day of the term. Students who do not
complete the rst assignment by the due date will be dropped as no shows. The nal exam will be given on campus.
For additional information, contact the instructor at robyn.hart@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that
all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 28
MICROSOFT WORD I
2
ARR
WEB
R.HART
AND
ARR
ARR
R.HART
DATES: (#23710 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23710 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer with Microsoft Word 2010 or 2013, Internet and an active District e-mail account. Enrolled students will
receive course information via e-mail on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu and post an introduction by the second day of the term. Students who do not
complete the rst assignment by the due date will be dropped as no shows. The nal exam will be given on campus.
For additional information, contact the instructor at robyn.hart@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that
all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 28
MICROSOFT WORD I
2
ARR
WEB
M.SHIREY
AND
ARR
ARR
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23711 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#23711 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need
access to a computer with Microsoft Word 2010, Internet and an active District e-mail account. Enrolled students
will receive course information via e-mail on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website
at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu by the rst or second day of the term. Students who do not complete the
rst assignment by the due date will be dropped as no shows. The nal exam will be given on campus. For additional
information, contact the instructor at melinda.shirey@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes
in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 28
MICROSOFT WORD I
2
TTh
9:00am-11:15
BE-218
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23765 meets 01/14 to 03/13)
PREREQ: BT 28 or BT 9 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Formerly BIP 29) (A, CSU)
BT 29
MICROSFT WORD II
2
ARR
WEB
R.HART
AND
ARR
ARR
R.HART
DATES: (#23773 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#23773 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer with Microsoft Word 2010 or 2013, Internet and an active District e-mail account. Enrolled students will
receive course information via e-mail on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu and post an introduction by the second day of the term. Students who do not
complete the rst assignment by the due date will be dropped as no shows. The nal exam will be given on campus.
For additional information, contact the instructor at robyn.hart@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that
all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 29
MICROSFT WORD II
2
TTh
9:00am-11:20
BE-218
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23774 meets 03/18 to 05/15) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BT 43
MED OFFICE VOCAB
1
TTh
11:30am-12:20 BE-221
L.SMITH
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 03/13) (Medical Billing Assistant Program. Entrance into class by permission of
Business Division Dean. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

BT 106
23818

23817
23819
23842

BT 112
23843

23844
23845

BT 115
23847

23846

BT 116
23849
23851

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

59

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BIP 6 and BT 6) (A)
BT 106
COMPUTER KEYBDNG
1.5
ARR
WEB
S.MARTIN
AND
ARR
ARR
S.MARTIN
DATES: (#23818 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#23818 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need
access to a computer with Internet and should have e-mail skills. The instructor will meet with students mid-way
through the course for techniques testing. Enrolled students will receive course information via e-mail address showing
on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege by the rst or second day of the term. Students who do not complete the rst
weeks assignment will be dropped as no-shows. This course has an on-campus nal. For additional information,
contact the instructor at sheila.martin@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require
the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 106
COMPUTER KEYBDNG
1.5
MWF
8:00am-9:30
BE-217
K.DANCEY
DATES: (#23817 meets 03/17 to 05/16) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
BT 106
COMPUTER KEYBDNG
1.5
MW
12:00pm-1:20
BE-219
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23819 meets 01/27 to 05/14) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
BT 106
COMPUTER KEYBDNG
1.5
TTh
2:30pm-4:40
BE-221
S.DE SOTO
DATES: (#23842 meets 01/14 to 03/13) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BIP 59 and BT 12) (A)
BT 112
BUSINESS ENGLISH
3
ARR
WEB
R.NELSON
(#23843 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer with Internet, a word
processing program, and a school e-mail account. Students must e-mail the instructor at
rebecca.nelson@fresnocitycollege.edu and log on to the class site on Blackboard on the rst day of class to conrm
enrollment. Enrolled students with an invalid e-mail address or who do not complete the rst days assignment will be
dropped as no-shows. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 112
BUSINESS ENGLISH
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
BE-222
M.SHIREY
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 112
BUSINESS ENGLISH
3
W
6:00pm-9:05
BE-222
V.MARTINEAU-GILLIAM
DATES: (#23845 meets 01/29 to 05/14) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
PREREQ: None. (Formerly BGO 53 and BT 15) (A)
BT 115
REFRESHER MATH
3
ARR
WEB
M.HASKELL
(#23847 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer with Internet, Microsoft
Word, Excel, and an e-mail account. Students must e-mail the instructor at marc.haskell@fresnocitycollege.edu for
class access information before the start date. Enrolled students who do not contact the instructor by the start date
will be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of
computers and Blackboard.)
BT 115
REFRESHER MATH
3
MW
10:30am-11:45 BE-221
M.HASKELL
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BSS 61 and BGO 61 and BT 16)
(A)
BT 116
SPELL-VOC BLDG
2
TTh
9:00am-9:50
BE-222
A.BELL
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 116
SPELL-VOC BLDG
2
MW
2:00pm-2:50
BE-221
K.DANCEY
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

BT 122
23852

23853

BT 123
23855

23857

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: BT 1 or equivalent. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly BIP 51A and BT 22) (A)
BT 122
TYPNG SKILLBUILDING
.5
Th
8:00am-8:50
BE-209
A.BELL
AND
ARR
WEB
A.BELL
DATES: (#23852 meets 01/16 to 03/13) (#23852 is a hybrid-online nine-week class located on the Web. Students need
access to a computer with: Internet service, e-mail, and GDP keyboarding software or Microsoft Word. Testing will
take place on campus weekly [Thursday from 8-8:50am] beginning January 16. Grades for the course are based on test
scores. Students must e-mail the instructor at autumn.bell@fresnocitycollege.edu for class access information before
the start date. Students must register for the class, the log in to FCCs Blackboard site for instructions. Students need to
be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 122
TYPNG SKILLBUILDING
.5
Th
8:00am-8:50
BE-209
A.BELL
AND
ARR
WEB
A.BELL
DATES: (#23853 meets 03/20 to 05/22) (#23853 is a hybrid-online nine-week class located on the Web. Students need
access to a computer with: Internet service, e-mail, and GDP keyboarding software or Microsoft Word. Testing will take
place on campus weekly [Thursday from 8-8:50am] beginning March 20. Grades for the course are based on test scores.
Students must e-mail the instructor at autumn.bell@fresnocitycollege.edu for class access information before the start
date. Students must register for the class, the log in to FCCs Blackboard site for instructions. Students need to be
aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (A)
BT 123
TEN-KEY SKILLBLD

.5
T
8:00am-8:50
BE-222
M.SHIREY
AND
ARR
WEB
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23855 meets 01/14 to 03/11) (#23855 is a hybrid-online nine-week class located on the Web. Students need
access to a computer with: Internet service, e-mail, and ten-key number pad [can be the number pad on a keyboard
or a ten-key calculator]. Testing will take place on campus weekly, on Tuesdays. Students who do not contact the
instructor by the rst scheduled testing date will be dropped. For additional information, contact the instructor at
melinda.shirey@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
BT 123
TEN-KEY SKILLBLD
.5
T
8:00am-8:50
BE-222
M.SHIREY
AND
ARR
WEB
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23857 meets 03/18 to 05/20) (#23857 is a hybrid-online nine-week class located on the Web. Students need
access to a computer with: Internet service, e-mail, and ten-key number pad [can be the number pad on a keyboard
or a ten-key calculator]. Testing will take place on campus weekly, on Tuesdays. Students who do not contact the
instructor by the rst scheduled testing date will be dropped. For additional information, contact the instructor at
melinda.shirey@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)

BT 131
23873

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BGO 51 and BT 31) (A)
BT 131
APPLIED ACCTG
4
TTh
12:00pm-2:15
BE-222
M.HASKELL
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BT 147
*****

ADVISORY: BT 148 or equivalent work experience and BT 1 or equivalent. (Formerly BIP 53 and BT 47) (A)
BT 147
MED MGMT SOFTWR
2
MWF
12:00pm-2:35
BE-209
L.SMITH
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/14) (Medical Billing Assistant Program. Entrance into class by permission of the
Business Division Dean. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BT 148

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68. BT 1 or equivalent. (Formerly BSS 64 and BGO 64 and BT
48) (NOTE: For other Health Information classes, see the Health Information Technology program.)
BT 148
MED INS FORMS
3
TTh
12:00pm-2:15
BE-218
K.DANCEY
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

23910

BT 250
23915

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT) (Formerly BGO 3 and BT 50)
BT 250
OFFICE SKILL LAB
1
ARR
BE-214
DATES: (#23915 meets 01/21 to 05/16)

C.NELSON

BT 251
23916

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT)


BT 251
OFC APPL SKL LAB
.2-1
ARR
DATES: (#23916 meets 01/21 to 05/16)

C.NELSON

BE-214

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

61

INSTRUCTOR

BT 270
23917

PREREQ: None. (Formerly BGO 70 and BT 70)


BT 270
BUS MATH&TEN-KEY
2
MW
12:00pm-2:05
BE-222
S.DE SOTO
AND
F
12:00pm-1:50
BE-222
S.DE SOTO
DATES: (#23917 meets 03/17 to 05/16) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)

BT 271
23919

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BIP 71 and BT 71)
BT 271
BUS GRAMMAR FUND
2
TTh
2:30pm-4:35
BE-222
V.MARTINEAU-GILLIAM
DATES: (#23919 meets 03/18 to 05/15) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)

BT 280
23920

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
BT 280
OFC PROCEDURES
2
MWF
10:00am-11:35 BE-217
K.DANCEY
DATES: (#23920 meets 03/17 to 05/16) (Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)

BT 370A
*****

COREQ: BT 370B. (Formerly CTVTC 70, CTCTC 370 and BT 370)


BT 370A
OFC ASST APPL
0
DAILY
8:00am-10:50
BE-204
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

W.SKARET

BT 370B
*****

COREQ: BT 370A.
BT 370B
OFC ASST APPL
0
DAILY
11:20am-2:10
BE-204
(Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

W.SKARET

CHEMISTRY
CHEM 1A
24495
24489
24506
24501
24498

CHEM 1B
24513
24516
24520

CHEM 3A
24655
24656
26359
24675
24676

PREREQ: High school chemistry with laboratory component, CHEM 101P, or CHEM 3A or equivalent, and MATH 103 or
equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID CHEM 110 and CHEM
120S = CHEM 1A + CHEM1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHEM 1A
GEN CHEMISTRY
5
TTh
7:30am-8:45
S-240
K.GRUET
AND
TTh
9:00am-11:50
S-240
K.GRUET
CHEM 1A
GEN CHEMISTRY
5
MW
7:30am-8:50
S-240
K.GRUET
AND
MW
9:00am-12:05
S-240
K.GRUET
CHEM 1A
GEN CHEMISTRY
5
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
S-240
S.YATES
AND
TTh
2:00pm-4:50
S-240
S.YATES
CHEM 1A
GEN CHEMISTRY
5
MW
12:30pm-1:50
S-240
S.YATES
AND
MW
2:15pm-5:20
S-240
S.YATES
CHEM 1A
GEN CHEMISTRY
5
MW
5:30pm-6:50
S-240
STAFF
AND
MW
7:00pm-10:05
S-240
STAFF
PREREQ: CHEM 1A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID CHEM 120S =
CHEM 1A + CHEM 1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHEM 1B
GEN & QUAL ANAL
5
TTh
8:00am-9:15
S-220
A.HENRY
AND
TTh
9:30am-12:20
S-220
A.HENRY
CHEM 1B
GEN & QUAL ANAL
5
MW
8:00am-9:20
S-220
A.HENRY
AND
MW
9:30am-12:35
S-220
A.HENRY
CHEM 1B
GEN & QUAL ANAL
5
MW
6:00pm-10:35
S-220
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Replaces CHEM 2A-2B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHEM 3A
INTRO GEN CHEM
4
MW
7:30am-8:45
S-200
C.VELLANDI
AND
T
8:00am-10:50
S-250
C.VELLANDI
CHEM 3A
INTRO GEN CHEM
4
MW
7:30am-8:45
S-200
C.VELLANDI
AND
Th
8:00am-10:50
S-250
C.VELLANDI
CHEM 3A
INTRO GEN CHEM
4
T
8:00am-10:50
S-290
STAFF
AND
M
8:00am-10:50
S-250
STAFF
CHEM 3A
INTRO GEN CHEM
4
TTh
9:00am-10:15
S-200
K.MCCORKLE
AND
T
2:00pm-4:50
S-250
K.MCCORKLE
CHEM 3A
INTRO GEN CHEM
4
TTh
9:00am-10:15
S-200
K.MCCORKLE
AND
Th
2:00pm-4:50
S-250
K.MCCORKLE

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

24668

CHEM 3A

INTRO GEN CHEM

24669

CHEM 3A

INTRO GEN CHEM

24670

CHEM 3A

INTRO GEN CHEM

24662

CHEM 3A

INTRO GEN CHEM

24663

CHEM 3A

INTRO GEN CHEM

24678

CHEM 3A

INTRO GEN CHEM

24672

CHEM 3A

INTRO GEN CHEM

CHEM 3B
24686
24687

CHEM 28A
24653

CHEM 28B
24524
24526

CHEM 29A
24654

CHEM 29B
24651
24530

CHEM 101P
24688
24689
24690

UNITS

4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND
4
AND

DAYS

MWF
T
MWF
Th
MWF
W
MWF
W
MWF
F
T
Th
M
W

TIMES

10:00am-10:50
11:00am-1:50
10:00am-10:50
11:00am-1:50
10:00am-10:50
11:00am-1:50
12:00pm-12:50
2:00pm-4:50
12:00pm-12:50
2:15pm-5:20
6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-9:05
6:00pm-8:50

ROOM

S-70
S-250
S-70
S-250
S-70
S-250
S-200
S-250
S-200
S-250
S-250
S-250
S-250
S-250

INSTRUCTOR

C.VELLANDI
C.VELLANDI
C.VELLANDI
C.VELLANDI
C.VELLANDI
C.VELLANDI
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF

PREREQ: CHEM 3A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Replaces CHEM 3)
(A, CSU-GE, UC)
CHEM 3B
ORGANIC/BIOL CHEM
3
TTh
3:00pm-3:50
S-230
STAFF
AND
F
1:00pm-4:05
S-240
STAFF
CHEM 3B
ORGANIC/BIOL CHEM
3
T
6:00pm-7:50
S-240
STAFF
AND
Th
6:00pm-8:50
S-240
STAFF
PREREQ: CHEM 1B. COREQ: CHEM 29A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(C-ID CHEM 150 = CHEM 28A + CHEM 29A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHEM 28A
ORGANIC CHEM I
3
TTh
4:30pm-5:45
S-230
STAFF
PREREQ: CHEM 28A. COREQ: CHEM 29B. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHEM 28B
ORGANIC CHEM II
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15
S-220
CHEM 28B
ORGANIC CHEM II
3
MW
1:00pm-2:20
S-220

K.KAWAGOE
K.KAWAGOE

PREREQ: CHEM 1B. COREQ: CHEM 28A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(C-ID CHEM 150 = CHEM 28A + CHEM 29A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHEM 29A
ORGANIC CHEM LAB I
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:50
S-220
STAFF
PREREQ: CHEM 29A. COREQ: CHEM 28B. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHEM 29B
ORGANIC CHEM LAB II
2
TTh
2:30pm-5:20
S-220
CHEM 29B
ORGANIC CHEM LAB II
2
MW
2:30pm-5:35
S-220
PREREQ: MATH 201. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A)
CHEM 101P
PREP 4 GEN CHEM
3
TTh
12:00pm-12:50 S-70
AND
W
8:00am-9:50
S-250
DATES: (#24688 meets 02/04 to 05/15)
CHEM 101P
PREP 4 GEN CHEM
3
TTh
12:00pm-12:50 S-70
AND
M
8:00am-10:05
S-280
DATES: (#24689 meets 02/03 to 05/15)
CHEM 101P
PREP 4 GEN CHEM
3
TTh
12:00pm-12:50 S-70
AND
M
10:30am-12:35 S-280
DATES: (#24690 meets 02/03 to 05/15)

STAFF
STAFF
K.MCCORKLE
K.MCCORKLE
K.MCCORKLE
K.MCCORKLE
K.MCCORKLE
K.MCCORKLE

CHICANO-LATINO STUDIES
CLS 11
24129
24139
24131
24182
24134

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly C STDY 11) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CLS 11
CHICANO-LATINO ST
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
AH-108
R.GARCIA
CLS 11
CHICANO-LATINO ST
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
AH-108
M.WATSON
CLS 11
CHICANO-LATINO ST
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 AH-108
R.GARCIA
CLS 11
CHICANO-LATINO ST
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 AH-108
M.WATSON
CLS 11
CHICANO-LATINO ST
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 AH-108
R.GARCIA

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

25050

CLS 11
CHICANO-LATINO ST
DATES: (#25050 meets 01/14 to 03/13)
CLS 11
CHICANO-LATINO ST
CLS 11
CHICANO-LATINO ST

24138
24135

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

63

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

TTh

2:00pm-4:50

AH-108

A.AMARO

3
3

W
M

6:30pm-9:20
6:30pm-9:35

AH-108
AH-108

E.PEREZ
E.PEREZ

CLS 12
24186
24184

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly C STDY 12) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CLS 12
MEX AMER HISTORY
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 AH-108
M.WATSON
CLS 12
MEX AMER HISTORY
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
AH-108
M.JIMENEZ

CLS 13
24188

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly C STDY 13) (A, CSU, UC)
CLS 13
POL&CHIC-LAT COM
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
AH-108
C.MEDRANO

CLS 14

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly C STDY 14) (See also SOC 14)
(A, CSU, UC)
CLS 14
SOC MEX AMER COM
3
MW
3:30pm-4:50
AH-108
C.MEDRANO

66114

CLS 17
66115

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly C STDY 17) (See also DANCE
17) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
CLS 17
BEG MEX FOLKDANCE
4
M
5:00pm-10:25
TA-17
R.RAMIREZ III

CLS 20
24189

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly C STDY 20) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CLS 20
CHICANO ART
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
HS-210
V.MENDEZ

CLS 21
24190

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly C STDY 21) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CLS 21
CHICANO LIT
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
OAB-216
K.CHACON

CLS 22
69228

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (See also ART 60) (A, CSU, UC)
CLS 22
PRECOLUMBIAN ART
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45

CLS 27

PREREQ: DANCE/CLS 17, or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing at rst class session.
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also DANCE 27) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
CLS 27
ADV FOLK DANCE
4
W
5:00pm-9:50
TA-17
V.TORRES

66116

OAB-176

S.SOSA

CLS 28
66217

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (Formerly C STDY 28) (See also ANTHRO 28) (A, CSU, UC)
CLS 28
ANCIENT MEXICO
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
OAB-119

CLS 29

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly C STDY 29) (See also HIST 29)
(A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CLS 29
HISTRY OF MEXICO
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
AH-108
C.PEREZ

66118

M.WATSON

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
CHDEV 1
24829

24066
24074

CHDEV 3
24857
24859
24858
24860

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID ECE 120) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 1
TEACH YOUNG CHILD
3
ARR
WEB
M.MOORE
(#24829 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an
Internet connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marilyn.moore@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject CHDEV 1 access to receive information about course access.
This is to be done before the start date for the class.)
CHDEV 1
TEACH YOUNG CHILD
3
MW
11:00am-12:20 AH-211
R.OCHS
CHDEV 1
TEACH YOUNG CHILD
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-216
S.ROWDEN
PREREQ: Verication of freedom from tuberculosis. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (C-ID ECE 130) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 3
INTRO TO CURRICULUM
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
AH-211
M.MAGNIA
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.MAGNIA
CHDEV 3
INTRO TO CURRICULUM
3
MW
8:00am-9:20
AH-211
M.SOUBLET
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.SOUBLET
CHDEV 3
INTRO TO CURRICULUM
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
AH-211
M.MAGNIA
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.MAGNIA
CHDEV 3
INTRO TO CURRICULUM
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
AH-211
K.STOGBAUER
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
K.STOGBAUER

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ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

CHDEV 5
24121

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CHDEV 5
PARENT EDUCATION
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 HS-210

M.BREWER

CHDEV 6
24122
24126
24127

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID ECE 220) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 6
HLTH/SAFETY/NUTRN
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
HS-160
CHDEV 6
HLTH/SAFETY/NUTRN
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
HS-160
CHDEV 6
HLTH/SAFETY/NUTRN
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
AH-208

E.WAGMAN
E.WAGMAN
E.WAGMAN

CHDEV 11
24075

PREREQ: CHDEV 39. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CHDEV 11
SPECIAL NEEDS
3
MW
11:00am-12:20 HS-120

CHDEV 15
24085
24076
24077
24079

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID ECE 230) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 15
DIVERSITY & CULTURE
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
SO-208
CHDEV 15
DIVERSITY & CULTURE
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
HS-120
CHDEV 15
DIVERSITY & CULTURE
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 HS-120
CHDEV 15
DIVERSITY & CULTURE
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-119

CHDEV 16

PREREQ: CHDEV 39 or PSY 39, verication of freedom from tuberculosis. ADVISORY: CHDEV 7, CHDEV 11 and
eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CHDEV 16
EARLY INTERVENTN
3
Th
1:00pm-2:50
HS-120
K.GOSE
AND
3HRS ARR
ARR
K.GOSE

24832

CHDEV 17A
24833

CHDEV 19
*****

CHDEV 20
24099
24088

CHDEV 30
24861

24114
24115
24118

CHDEV 37A
24863
24862

CHDEV 37B
24864

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

K.GOSE
K.TAUS
K.GOSE
K.GOSE
A.PARKER

PREREQ: CHDEV 1, 6, and 39. Verication of freedom from tuberculosis. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or
ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CHDEV 7 AND 38) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 17A
INFANT DEVELOP
3
M
6:00pm-7:50
HS-210
M.BREWER
AND
3HRS ARR
ARR
M.BREWER
COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
CHDEV 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
M
5:30pm-6:20
AH-208
M.PRICE
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
M.PRICE
PREREQ: CHDEV 1, 3, and 39. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID ECE
200) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 20
OBSERVN&ASSESSMNT
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 AH-211
R.OCHS
CHDEV 20
OBSERVN&ASSESSMNT
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
HS-210
M.BREWER
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID CDEV 110) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHDEV 30
CHILD/FAM/COMMUN
3
ARR
WEB
S.SHAW
(#24861 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet
connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
sue.shaw@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject CHDEV 30 access to receive information about course access.
This is to be done before the start date for the class.)
CHDEV 30
CHILD/FAM/COMMUN
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 HS-210
M.BREWER
CHDEV 30
CHILD/FAM/COMMUN
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
HS-210
M.BREWER
CHDEV 30
CHILD/FAM/COMMUN
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
FH-103
M.MATEO-LAENO
PREREQ: CHDEV 1, and CHDEV 3 and CHDEV/PSY 39 or CHDEV 150. Verication of freedom from tuberculosis.
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID ECE 210) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 37A
EC PRACTICUM
3
T
1:00pm-2:50
AH-211
R.OCHS
AND
3HRS ARR
ARR
R.OCHS
CHDEV 37A
EC PRACTICUM
3
T
6:00pm-7:50
AH-211
R.OCHS
AND
3HRS ARR
ARR
R.OCHS
PREREQ: CHDEV 37A. Verication of freedom from tuberculosis. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67
and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CHDEV 37B
ADV EC PRACTICUM
3
W
6:00pm-7:50
AH-211
M.SOUBLET
AND
3HRS ARR
ARR
M.SOUBLET

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

CHDEV 38
66106

66107
66105
66151
66104

CHDEV 39
66112

66108
66109
66110
66111
66150
66113

CHDEV 40B
25049

CHDEV 48
24120

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

65

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also PSY 38) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHDEV 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
ARR
WEB
M.MILLER
(#66106 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet
connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marybeth.miller@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject CHDEV 38 access to receive information about course
access. This is to be done before the start date for the class.)
CHDEV 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
SO-208
STAFF
CHDEV 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
SO-209
C.FITZGERALD
CHDEV 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
W
2:30pm-5:20
OAB-216
M.MATEO-LAENO
CHDEV 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
Th
6:30pm-9:20
FH-103
B.COLBERT
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. Verication of freedom from tuberculosis
recommended. (See also PSY 39) (C-ID CDEV 100) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHDEV 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
ARR
WEB
M.MILLER
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
M.MILLER
(#66112 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet
connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marybeth.miller@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject CHDEV 39 access to receive information about course
access. This is to be done before the start date for the class.)
CHDEV 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
AH-208
D.DECKER
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
D.DECKER
CHDEV 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
HS-210
M.MAGNIA
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.MAGNIA
CHDEV 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 HS-210
M.MAGNIA
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.MAGNIA
CHDEV 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
AH-208
M.MAGNIA
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.MAGNIA
CHDEV 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
SO-209
A.GRAVES
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
A.GRAVES
CHDEV 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
SO-104
C.YANN
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
C.YANN
PREREQ: CHDEV 40A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CHDEV
36B) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 40B
ADV ADMINISTRATN
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
AH-208
M.PRICE
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CHDEV 48
CHALLENG BEHAVRS
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
OAB-119

K.GOSE

COMMUNICATION
COMM 1
24349

24353

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPEECH 1) (C-ID COMM 110)
(A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
ARR
WEB
D.SCOTT
AND
M
6:00pm-9:20
OAB-176
D.SCOTT
(#24349 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet. You
must activate and access your my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. Students will need to attend
a mandatory orientation on 01/13/14 at 6:00 pm in room OAB-176. After orientation this class is also required to meet
on 01/27, 02/10, 03/17, 04/21, and 05/12. Contact the instructor at dan.scott@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional
information.)
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
ARR
WEB
C.LUNA
AND
W
6:00pm-9:20
OAB-176
C.LUNA
(#24353 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet. You
must activate and access your my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. Students will need to attend
a mandatory orientation on 01/15/14 at 6:00 pm in room OAB-176. After orientation this class is also required to meet
on 01/22, 02/19, 03/19, 04/23, and 05/14. Contact the instructor at cyndie.luna@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional
information.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

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COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

Earn College Credit While Studying Abroad!


Students at Fresno City College may take advantage of international study programs offered by
the college district. The international programs allow students an opportunity to study in another
country while earning transferable college credit, as well as enable them to gain a first-hand
understanding of other regions and cultures of the world.
The following programs will be offered in 2014:

ITALY

May 18-31, 2014


Explore the roots of Early Childhood
Development in Italy! Join SCCCD
Childhood Development faculty as
they visit various child development
programs in Reggio-Emilia, Pistoia,
Florence, and Rome. The program
offers CD 7A or CD 20.

LONDON, ENGLAND

May 22-June 13, 2014


Enjoy studying photography or
architecture in London! You will visit
popular venues in the city and attend
a theatre performance. You will tour
important architectural sites in London
and travel to Canterbury, Bath, York,
and Stonehenge. The program offers
Photo 5 or SpSt 49 History of English
Architecture.
For more information on these programs, please visit our Study Abroad webpage at
www.scccd.edu/index.aspx?page=148, or contact Dr. Margaret Hiebert at
(559) 442-4600, ext. 8101 or by e-mail: margaret.hiebert@fresnocitycollege.edu

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

24366

COMM 1

PUBLIC SPEAKING

24367
24368
24369
24370
24371
24373
24375
24376
24377
24378
24379
24383
24387
24388
24389
24390
24391
24392
26321
24395
24396
24397
24408
24398
24399
24402
24406
24404

COMM 2
24507
24508
24510
24511
24515
24518
24521
24522
26323
24523
24525
24527
24528
24531
24535
24545

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

67

INSTRUCTOR

3
ARR
WEB
C.LUNA
AND
Th
6:00pm-9:20
OAB-176
C.LUNA
(#24366 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet. You
must activate and access your my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. Students will need to attend
a mandatory orientation on 01/16/14 at 6:00 pm in room OAB-176. After orientation this class is also required to meet
on 01/23, 02/20, 03/20, 04/24, and 05/15. Contact the instructor at cyndie.luna@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional
information.)
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
6:00am-6:50
MS-220
N.FRALEIGH
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
6:00am-6:50
MS-222
G.BAKER
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
TTh
6:30am-7:45
MS-220
A.RAZEE
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
7:00am-7:50
MS-220
N.FRALEIGH
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
7:00am-7:50
MS-222
G.BAKER
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
MS-220
A.RAZEE
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
MS-222
K.KHAN
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
MS-220
C.GRANATA
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
9:00am-10:50
MS-221
C.GRANATA
DATES: (#24377 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
MS-220
C.GRANATA
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-176
C.LUNA
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 MS-220
A.RAZEE
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 MS-220
STAFF
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MW
11:00am-12:20 OAB-127
E.FLETCHER
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 MS-221
P.BEGLEY
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
MS-220
C.LUNA
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
MS-220
S.MIMURA
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MW
1:00pm-2:20
OAB-176
S.BADERTSCHER
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MWF
2:00pm-2:50
MS-220
STAFF
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
OAB-176
N.FRALEIGH
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
TTh
3:30pm-4:45
OAB-127
K.KHAN
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
MW
3:30pm-4:50
MS-222
C.ENGSTROM
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-176
C.ENGSTROM
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
MS-220
L.RAMOS
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
MS-222
C.GRANATA
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
MS-221
K.RIGBY
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
MS-220
C.ENGSTROM
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
OAB-125
C.GRANATA

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPEECH 2) (C-ID COMM 130)
(A, CSU-GE)
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
7:00am-7:50
MS-221
STAFF
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
MS-221
G.THURSTON
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
OAB-127
STAFF
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
9:00am-10:50
MS-221
G.THURSTON
DATES: (#24511 meets 03/17 to 05/16)
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
MS-221
L.RAMOS
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 MS-222
P.BEGLEY
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 MS-221
P.BEGLEY
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 MS-221
L.RAMOS
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
F
11:00am-2:05
MS-222
STAFF
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
11:00am-12:50 MS-220
L.RAMOS
DATES: (#24523 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
MS-222
P.BEGLEY
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
MS-221
K.KHAN
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
MS-221
G.THURSTON
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
MS-221
G.THURSTON
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
OAB-127
L.THIESEN
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
MWF
3:00pm-5:05
MS-220
S.MIMURA
DATES: (#24545 meets 01/13 to 03/14)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

24548

COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
DATES: (#24548 meets 03/17 to 05/16)
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM

24552
24554
24556
24557
*****

24567
24568
24571
26322
24574
24581
24579

COMM 4
24632
24633
24634
24637
26324

COMM 8
24638

24642
24647
24648
24649
24650

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

MWF

TIMES

3:00pm-5:05

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

MS-220

S.MIMURA

3
TTh
3:30pm-4:45
MS-221
K.RIGBY
3
MW
3:30pm-4:50
MS-221
STAFF
3
MW
4:00pm-5:20
OAB-127
L.THIESEN
3
F
5:30pm-8:20
OAB-127
T.UPTON
3
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
BE-121
L.RAMOS
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
HS-120
L.RAMOS
DATES: (Above class meets 01/07 to 01/30) (Business Administration 25-Month Program, 2013-2015. Actual meeting
dates are 01/07, 01/09, 01/11, 01/14, 01/16, 01/18, 01/21, 01/23, 01/25, 01/28, and 01/30. Entrance into class by
permission of the Business Division Dean.)
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
MS-221
K.RISCH
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
MS-222
K.RIGBY
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-127
L.THIESEN
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
MS-104
STAFF
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
MS-220
C.WELLS
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
MS-221
K.RISCH
COMM 2
INTERPERSON COM
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
MS-222
L.RAMOS

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPEECH 4) (C-ID COMM 190)
(A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
COMM 4
PERSUASION
3
MWF
7:00am-7:50
OAB-127
A.RAZEE
COMM 4
PERSUASION
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
MS-221
G.THURSTON
COMM 4
PERSUASION
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
MS-220
K.KHAN
COMM 4
PERSUASION
3
MW
12:30pm-1:50
MS-222
E.FLETCHER
COMM 4
PERSUASION
3
TTh
3:30pm-4:45
OAB-176
STAFF
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPEECH 8) (C-ID COMM 140)
(A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
COMM 8
GROUP COMMUNICATN
3
ARR
WEB
C.LUNA
AND
F
6:00pm-9:20
OAB-176
C.LUNA
(#24638 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet. You
must activate and access your my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. Students will need to attend
a mandatory orientation on 01/17/14 at 6:00 pm in room OAB-176. After orientation this class is also required to meet
on 01/24, 02/21, 03/21, 04/25, and 5/16. Contact the instructor at cyndie.luna@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional
information.)
COMM 8
GROUP COMMUNICATN
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
MS-222
P.BEGLEY
COMM 8
GROUP COMMUNICATN
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
MS-222
S.BADERTSCHER
COMM 8
GROUP COMMUNICATN
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 MS-222
S.BADERTSCHER
COMM 8
GROUP COMMUNICATN
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
MS-222
K.KHAN
COMM 8
GROUP COMMUNICATN
3
F
2:00pm-5:05
OAB-127
T.UPTON

COMM 12
69224
69225

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (See also TA 12) (Formerly SPEECH 12) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
COMM 12
ORAL INTERP
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15
TA-105
COMM 12
ORAL INTERP
3
T
7:00pm-9:50
MS-104

COMM 20
24665

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPEECH 20) (A, CSU)
COMM 20
COMMUNITY INVOLV
2-3
W
10:00am-10:50 OAB-125
S.BADERTSCHER
AND
3-6HRS ARR
ARR
S.BADERTSCHER

COMM 25
24705
24707
24708
24709
24710
24712
24714
24715

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly SPEECH 25) (C-ID COMM 120) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
COMM 25
ARGUMENTATION
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
MS-222
A.RAZEE
COMM 25
ARGUMENTATION
3
F
9:00am-12:05
OAB-127
T.UPTON
COMM 25
ARGUMENTATION
3
MW
11:00am-12:20 MS-222
D.SCOTT
COMM 25
ARGUMENTATION
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
MS-221
L.RAMOS
COMM 25
ARGUMENTATION
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
MS-220
STAFF
COMM 25
ARGUMENTATION
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
MS-222
D.SCOTT
COMM 25
ARGUMENTATION
3
TTh
4:30pm-5:45
MS-220
W.LAUGHNAN III
COMM 25
ARGUMENTATION
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
MS-220
W.LAUGHNAN III

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

A.SPJUTE
STAFF

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

24716
24723
24721

COMM 25
COMM 25
COMM 25

ARGUMENTATION
ARGUMENTATION
ARGUMENTATION

COMM 26
24725
24730

UNITS

3
3
3

DAYS

W
Th
Th

TIMES

6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-8:50

PREREQ: None. (Formerly SPEECH 26) (C-ID COMM 160B) (A, CSU)
COMM 26
FORENSICS
1-3
ARR
AND
2-7HRS ARR
(#24725 rst class meeting will be held on 01/15/14 at 5 pm in OAB-283.)
COMM 26
FORENSICS
1-3
ARR
AND
2-7HRS ARR
(#24730 rst class meeting will be held on 01/13/14 at 3:30 pm in OAB-283.)

ROOM

MS-221
MS-222
OAB-188

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T.PATTERSON
W.LAUGHNAN III
T.PATTERSON

ARR
ARR

E.FLETCHER
E.FLETCHER

ARR
ARR

D.SCOTT
D.SCOTT

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING & DESIGN


CADD 14
23447
23449

CADD 16
23451

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 255 recommended. (CADD 14 is a beginning 2D
CAD course using AutoCAD.) (Formerly DRAFT 42 and DRAFT 32) (A, CSU)
CADD 14
2D CAD I
3
TTh
10:30am-12:45 T-300
R.CERKUEIRA
CADD 14
2D CAD I
3
T
6:00pm-10:50
T-300
STAFF
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 255 recommended. (CADD 16 is a beginning 3D
CAD course using SolidWorks.) (Formerly DRAFT 20, CADD 34, and CADD 26) (A, CSU)
CADD 16
3D SOLID MOD I
3
W
6:00pm-10:50
T-300
STAFF

CADD 22
23491

PREREQ: CADD 16. (A, CSU)


CADD 22
MECHNCL DRAW I

CADD 24
23493

PREREQ: CADD 14. (A, CSU)


CADD 24
2D CAD II

CADD 26A
23495

PREREQ: CADD 16. (Formerly CADD 36) (A, CSU)


CADD 26A
3D SOLID MOD II
3

CADD 28
23498

PREREQ: CADD 16. (A, CSU)


CADD 28
PRODUCT DEVELOP I
3
(This course requires a $31.00 materials fee.)

TTh

8:00am-10:15

T-300

R.CERKUEIRA

3
AND

W
M

1:30pm-3:50
1:30pm-3:20

T-300
T-300

STAFF
STAFF

MW

8:00am-10:20

T-300

R.CERKUEIRA

MW

10:30am-12:50

T-300

R.CERKUEIRA

COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING


CAM 10
67150
25782

CAM 20
67250
25781

CAM 26
25783

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (Formerly DRAFT 44 and
CADD 44) (A, CSU)
CAM 10
CNC MILL PRG/OP1
7
TTh
8:00am-12:50
T-103
M.MCCOLLOUGH
(This course requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
CAM 10
CNC MILL PRG/OP1
7
TTh
6:00pm-10:50
T-103
R.CHAPMAN
(This course requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
PREREQ: CAM 10. (A, CSU)
CAM 20
CNC MILL PRG/OP2
7
(This course requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
CAM 20
CNC MILL PRG/OP2
7
(This course requires a $50.00 materials fee.)
PREREQ: CAM 10. (A, CSU)
CAM 26
LATHE PROG OPER II
(This class requires a $50.00 materials fee.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

TTh

8:00am-12:50

T-103

M.MCCOLLOUGH

MW

6:00pm-10:50

T-103

M.MCCOLLOUGH

6:00pm-10:50

ARR

STAFF

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


CIT 12
24097

24100

24101

24111

24112

24065
24011
24033
24035
24087
24089
24094
24027
24103
24026
24084
24072
24091

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly
CIS 56 and IS 12) (A, CSU, UC)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
B.BAKER
(#24097 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
brian.baker@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
T.WALLER
(#24100 is a distance education is a distance education course that uses the Blackboard system
[http:blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu], the instructor will send out a welcome message to all enrolled students using
their FCC email account [outlook.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu], at least one week before the semester
starts. Students are required to gain access to this e-mail system before the start of the semester.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
T.WALLER
(#24101 is a distance education is a distance education course that uses the Blackboard system
[http:blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu], the instructor will send out a welcome message to all enrolled students using
their FCC email account [outlook.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu], at least one week before the semester
starts. Students are required to gain access to this e-mail system before the start of the semester.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
B.BAKER
(#24111 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
brian.baker@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
B.SMITH
(#24112 is a distance education class located on the Web. Enrolled students need to log into the Fresno City College
Blackboard course URL at blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu on the rst day of the term. Students may be contacted
prior to the term via their Fresno City College e-mail account [mail.ofce365.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu].
Contact the instructor at bonnie.smith@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that
all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
7:00am-8:50
BE-123
H.DUONG
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
7:00am-8:50
BE-219
V.PONTIUS
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
MW
7:00am-8:50
BE-218
B.BRYANT
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
MW
7:00am-8:50
BE-219
H.DUONG
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
MW
8:00am-9:50
BE-127
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
10:00am-11:50 BE-215
D.PONTIUS
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
BE-127
B.SMITH
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
BE-215
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
MW
12:00pm-1:50
BE-127
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
MW
1:00pm-2:50
BE-129
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
MWF
2:00pm-3:10
BE-219
J.MAKOFSKE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
BE-123
S.JONES
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
BE-127
B.SMITH
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

24090

CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
BE-209
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
MW
2:00pm-3:50
BE-127
T.WALLER
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
BE-209
J.ARNOLD
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
BE-217
C.HREISCHE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
MW
4:00pm-5:50
BE-123
S.JONES
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
T
6:00pm-9:50
BE-204
R.DIXON
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
T
6:00pm-9:50
BE-218
J.SUTTON
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
W
6:00pm-9:50
BE-123 C.MARTINEZ DOMINGUEZ
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
M
6:00pm-10:20
BE-217
W.HOLDEN
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

24105
24019
24071
24022
24070
24098
24086
24067

CIT 15
24130

24132

24151

24174

24181

24146
24187
26336
24143

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

71

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 201 recommended. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation
requirement.) (Formerly CIS 15 and IS 15) (C-ID ITIS 120) (A, CSU, UC)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
R.DEVOE-PETERSON
(#24130 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
robert.devoe-peterson@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes
in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
R.DEVOE-PETERSON
(#24132 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
robert.devoe-peterson@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes
in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
T.MCLEOD
(#24151 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
todd.mcleod@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
T.MCLEOD
(#24174 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
todd.mcleod@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
D.OWENS
(#24181 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
dan.owens@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
TTh
8:00am-9:50
BE-127
J.FRESE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
TTh
8:00am-9:50
BE-215
J.SAUSE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
TTh
8:00am-9:50
BE-217
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
8:00am-9:50
BE-123
J.FRESE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

72
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

24137

CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
8:00am-9:50
BE-129
M.FORESTIERE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
TTh
9:00am-10:50
BE-123
R.DEVOE-PETERSON
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
9:00am-10:50
BE-215
J.SAUSE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
9:00am-10:50
BE-219
R.DEVOE-PETERSON
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
TTh
10:00am-11:50 BE-127
J.FRESE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
10:00am-11:50 BE-123
J.FRESE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
10:00am-11:50 BE-127
B.BAKER
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
10:00am-11:50 BE-129
M.FORESTIERE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
12:00pm-1:50
BE-123
M.FORESTIERE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
12:00pm-1:50
BE-215
J.SAUSE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:50
BE-129
M.FORESTIERE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
1:30pm-3:20
BE-131
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
2:00pm-3:50
BE-123
J.SAUSE
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
BE-127
T.MCLEOD
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
MW
4:00pm-5:50
BE-127
T.MCLEOD
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
TTh
5:30pm-9:55
BE-215
R.MOGHADDAM
DATES: (Above class meets 03/13 to 05/08) (Above class is part of the 25-Month Business Administration Transfer
Program and Social Sciences 25-Month Program. Entrance into the class is by permission of the respective division
deans. Actual meeting dates are: 03/13, 03/18, 03/20, 03/25, 03/27, 04/01, 04/03, 04/08, 04/10, 04/22, 04/24, 04/29, 05/01,
05/06 and 05/08. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
T
6:00pm-9:50
BE-131
T.COLLINS
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
W
6:00pm-9:50
BE-127
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
Th
6:00pm-9:50
BE-123
STAFF
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
Th
6:00pm-9:50
BE-129
T.COLLINS
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
M
6:00pm-10:20
BE-127
C.HUDSON
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

24203
24199
24128
24145
24144
24123
24140
24141
24191
24136
25039
24185
24147
24148
*****

24125
24175
24183
24124
24133

CIT 19
*****

CIT 20
63120

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (Formerly CIS
CIT 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
M
5:30pm-6:35
BE-137
J.ARMAS
AND
7HRS ARR
OFF
J.ARMAS
PREREQ: CIT 15. (See also BT 25) (Formerly IS 25) (A, CSU)
CIT 20
MICROSOFT OFFICE
3
M
6:00pm-10:20
BE-129
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

W.WALKER

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

CIT 23
63115

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

73

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 201 recommended. (See also BT 18) (Formerly CIS 18 and IS 5 and IS 18)
(A, CSU)
CIT 23
SPREADSHEET FUND
2
TTh
10:00am-11:50 BE-131
D.OWENS
DATES: (#63115 meets 01/14 to 03/11) (Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers
and Blackboard.)

CIT 24
24340

PREREQ: CIT 23 or BT 18. (Formerly CIS 45 and IS 20) (A, CSU)


CIT 24
ADV SPRDSHEETS
2
TTh
10:00am-11:50 BE-131
D.OWENS
DATES: (#24340 meets 03/13 to 05/15) (Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers
and Blackboard.)

CIT 28
24342

PREREQ: CIT 15. (A, CSU)


CIT 28
CLIENT/SRVR DBASE
3
TTh
7:00am-8:50
BE-129
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 31
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 201 recommended. (See also BT 24) (Formerly IS 24 and IS 74) (A, CSU)
CIT 31
BEGIN EXCEL
1
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
BE-221
L.SMITH
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 03/13) (Medical Billing Assistant Program. Entrance into class by permission
of Business Division Dean. Students need to be aware that all classes in CIT require the use of computers and
Blackboard.)

CIT 40
24343

PREREQ: CIT 12 or CIT 15. (Formerly CIS 51 and IS 22) (A, CSU)
CIT 40
COMP OPR SYSTEMS
4
TTh
9:00am-11:15
BE-129
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 45
24357

PREREQ: CIT 15. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly CIS 17 and IS 17) (A, CSU)
CIT 45
DATA COMMUNICATN
3
W
6:00pm-9:50
BE-129
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 48
24359

PREREQ: CIT 15. (Formerly IS 238 and CIT 238) (A, CSU)
CIT 48
A+/SERVR+ SYSTMS
3
M
6:00pm-10:20
BE-204
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

J.MAKOFSKE

CIT 50
24361

PREREQ: CIT 45. (Formerly IS 28 and IS 30 and IS 30A) (A, CSU)


CIT 50
FUND OF NETWRKNG
4
T
5:30pm-10:20
BE-129
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

P.ZHOU

CIT 60
24363

PREREQ: CIT 15. (Formerly IS 35 and IS 47) (A, CSU, UC)


CIT 60
BEG VISUAL BASIC
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
BE-123
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

D.OWENS

CIT 63
24385

PREREQ: CIT 15. (Formerly IS 39 and IS 33) (A, CSU, UC)


CIT 63
BEGIN JAVA PROG
4
ARR
WEB
B.SMITH
(#24385 is a distance education class located on the Web. Enrolled students need to log into the Fresno City College
Blackboard course URL at blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu on the rst day of the term. Students may be contacted
prior to the term via their Fresno City College e-mail account [mail.ofce365.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu].
Contact the instructor at bonnie.smith@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that
all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 65
24550

PREREQ: CIT 63. (A, CSU)


CIT 65
ANDROID PROG
4
ARR
WEB
D.MOHLE
(#24550 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
dennis.mohle@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

D.OWENS

M.FORESTIERE

W.WALKER

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

74
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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

CIT 80
24434

PREREQ: None. (Formerly IS 7 and IS 40) (A, CSU)


CIT 80
INTERNET BASICS
2
ARR
WEB
STAFF
DATES: (#24434 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#24434 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer and Internet and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed
in WebAdvisor, on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term.
Contact the instructor for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of
computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 81
24435

ADVISORY: CIT 15 recommended. (Formerly IS 8 and IS 41) (A, CSU)


CIT 81
WWW RESEARCH
2
ARR
WEB
STAFF
DATES: (#24435 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#24435 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer and Internet and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed
in WebAdvisor, on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term.
Contact the instructor for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of
computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 85
24436

PREREQ: CIT 82. (A, CSU)


CIT 85
CREATING WEBSITES
3
ARR
WEB
T.WALLER
(#24436 is a distance education is a distance education course that uses the Blackboard system [http:blackboard.
fresnocitycollege.edu], the instructor will send out a welcome message to all enrolled students using their FCC email
account [outlook.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu], at least one week before the semester starts. Students are
required to gain access to this e-mail system before the start of the semester.)

CIT 94
25040

PREQ: None. (A, CSU)


CIT 94
SERVER SIDE SCRIPT
3
Th
6:00pm-9:50
BE-127
(Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 202
24438

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT)


CIT 202
INTRO ONLINE LRNG
1
ARR
WEB
T.MCLEOD
DATES: (#24438 meets 01/21 to 03/21) (#24438 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer and Internet and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed
in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term.
Contact the instructor at todd.mcleod@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that
all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

B.BAKER

COMPUTER SCIENCE
CSCI 40
25406

CSCI 41
25407

PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. COREQ: MATH 4A or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL
67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly MATH 30A and CSCI 30A)(A, CSU, UC)
CSCI 40
PROG CONCEPTS I
4
MW
8:30am-10:50
S-20
J.HE
PREREQ: CSCI 40 and MATH 4A, or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (Formerly MATH 30B and CSCI 30B) (A, CSU, UC)
CSCI 41
PROG CONCEPTS II
4
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 S-20
G.JAMISON
AND
MW
1:00pm-1:50
S-20
G.JAMISON

CONSTRUCTION
CONS 50B
23411

CONS 52B
23446

ADVISORY: Eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU)
CONS 50B
BASIC RES CONSTR
3
MW
2:00pm-4:20
T-405
M.LACKO
ADVISORY: CONS 51 and 53 and eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and
68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CONS 52B
INT CONS MGMNT 2
9
DAILY
8:00am-12:05
T-405
E.NITZSCHE

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

CONS 53
23412

CONS 55
23413

CONS 56B
67230

CONS 56BL
67226

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

75

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: CONS 50B and eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (Formerly CONS 53/54) (A, CSU)
CONS 53
EXT & INT FINISH
9
DAILY
8:00am-12:05
T-405
E.NITZSCHE
(Meets in T-406 the rst day.)
ADVISORY: CONS 50A and eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (A, CSU)
CONS 55
ROOF FRAMING
3
MW
6:00pm-8:50
T-405
D.LESMERISES
COREQ: CONS 56BL. ADVISORY: CONS 50A and eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 1A
recommended. (See also BSCA 15B) (A, CSU)
CONS 56B
RESID PLUMBING 2
3
MW
6:00pm-8:50
T-406
M.KOCH
COREQ: CONS 56B. ADVISORY: CONS 50A and eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 1A
recommended. (See also BSCA 15BL) (A, CSU)
CONS 56BL
RES PLUMBNG LAB 2
.5
1.5HRS ARR
OFF

CONS 175B
67109
67117

PREREQ: None. (A)


CONS 175B
RESIDENT WIRING 2
CONS 175B
RESIDENT WIRING 2

4
4

TTh
TTh

CONS 175BL
67111
67112

PREREQ: None. (A)


CONS 175BL RES WIRING LAB 2
CONS 175BL RES WIRING LAB 2

.5
.5

1.5HRS ARR
1.5HRS ARR

3:30pm-6:20
6:00pm-8:35

M.KOCH

T-405
T-405

R.GORMAN JR
B.NELSON

OFF
OFF

R.GORMAN JR
B.NELSON

COUNSELING
COUN 43
25434

*****

25432

COUN 48
25454
25455
*****

*****
*****

25459

PREREQ: None. (Formerly GS 43) (A, CSU)


COUN 43
GROUP DYNAMICS
2
B.OLOWUDE
(#25434 EMPHASIS: Smoking Cessation. This class is part of a research project that is shared by Psychological
Services and the Respiratory Care program. As part of this project, students will be selected at random to be in the
class and/or to receive nicotine replacement therapy or to receive no treatment. Contact Dr. Olowude at [559] 265-5720
or D. Day at [559] 244-2634 for more information.)
COUN 43
GROUP DYNAMICS
2
WF
10:00am-10:50 LI-140
G.REDMOND
(Above class is part of the IDILE Leadership Program and has an African-American emphasis and includes a mentoring
component. Requires concurrent enrollment in AFRAM 3 and ENGL 1A. Contact G. Redmond at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8643
for details.)
COUN 43
GROUP DYNAMICS
2
Th
11:00am-12:50 ARR
B.OLOWUDE
(#25432 EMPHASIS: Interpersonal Abuse Issues.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly GS 48) (A, CSU)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
MW
9:00am-9:50
LI-146
F.RADNEJAD
DATES: (#25454 meets 01/13 to 03/12)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
MW
9:00am-9:50
LI-146
F.RADNEJAD
DATES: (#25455 meets 03/17 to 05/21)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
M
10:00am-10:50 LI-146
G.REDMOND
(Above class is part of the IDILE Leadership Program and has an African-American emphasis and includes a mentoring
component. Requires concurrent enrollment in AFRAM 3 and ENGL 1A. Contact G. Redmond at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8643
for more information.)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
T
12:00pm-12:50 LI-146
C.BELTRAN
(Above class EMPHASIS: Camino Program students. Contact L. Canales at leticia.canales@fresnocitycollege.edu for
details.)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
TTh
12:00pm-12:50 ARR
G.JOHNSON
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 03/13) (Above class is part of the African American Male Leadership Program
[SYMBAA] and requires concurrent enrollment in AFRAM 3, SOC 32, COUN 48, ENGL 125, and ENGL 126.
Contact G. Johnson at gerard.johnson@fresnocitycollege.edu or call [559] 442-4600 ext. 8625.)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
TTh
12:00pm-12:50 ARR
G.JOHNSON
DATES: (#25459 meets 03/18 to 05/22)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

26350

COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
TTh
12:00pm-12:50 ARR
STAFF
DATES: (#26350 meets 01/14 to 03/13)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
W
12:00pm-12:50 ST-202
J.GARABEDIAN
(Above class EMPHASIS: Dewolf High School/ATC Program.)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
M
1:00pm-1:50
LI-146
S.YANG
(Above class EMPHASIS: USEAA Program students. This class has a Southeast Asian emphasis and includes a
mentoring component. Requires concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A. Contact S. Yang at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8639 or
shoua.yang@fresnocitycollege.edu for details.)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
W
1:00pm-1:50
LI-146
J.DURAN
(Above class EMPHASIS: Camino Program students. Contact L. Canales at leticia.canales@fresnocitycollege.edu for
details.)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
TTh
2:00pm-2:50
ARR
STAFF
DATES: (#25468 meets 01/14 to 03/13)
COUN 48
CAREER PLAN&DEVEL
1
TTh
2:00pm-2:50
ARR
STAFF
DATES: (#25474 meets 03/18 to 05/22)

*****
*****

*****
25468
25474

COUN 53
25506
25511

25507
25503
*****
25516

*****
25510
25504
26351
25505
25508

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly GS 53) (A, CSU)
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
ST-202
STAFF
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
W
9:00am-9:50
ST-202
V.YANG
AND
ARR
WEB
V.YANG
(#25511 is a hybrid distance education class offered via the Internet. This hybrid class requires 18 face-to-face class
sessions held on the FCC campus at predetermined times. These mandatory class sessions are for orientation. Each
student needs access to a computer with Internet connection. Each student must access and activate their
my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. After enrolling each student must e-mail the instructor at
victor.yang@fresnocitycollege.edu to receive information about course access.)
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
TTh
9:00am-10:15
ARR
STAFF
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 LI-140
K.SEMIEN
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
TWTh
10:00am-10:50 ST-202
A.GONZALES
(Above class EMPHASIS: Foster Youth Bridge Program students. Contact A. Gonzales at
alexandra.gonzales@fresnocitycollege.edu for details.)
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
Th
10:00am-10:50 ARR
V.YANG
AND
ARR
WEB
V.YANG
(#25516 is a hybrid distance education class offered via the Internet. This hybrid class requires 18 face-to-face class
sessions held on the FCC campus at predetermined times. These mandatory class sessions are for orientation, lecture,
and exams. Each student needs access to a computer with Internet connection. Each student must access and activate
their my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. After enrolling each student must e-mail the instructor at
victor.yang@fresnocitycollege.edu to receive information about course access.)
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
MTTh
12:00pm-12:50 ST-202
J.GARABEDIAN
(Above class EMPHASIS: Dewolf High School/ATC Program.)
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 ARR
R.EBERL
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 LI-146
STAFF
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
MW
4:00pm-5:15
LI-140
D.SHOEMAKER
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
TTh
4:00pm-6:30
ARR
M.RODRIGUEZ
DATES: (#25505 meets 01/14 to 03/13)
COUN 53
COLLEGE/LIFE MGMT
3
TTh
6:00pm-7:15
ARR
A.RAMIREZ

COUN 54
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly GS 54) (A, CSU)
COUN 54
CIVIC RESPS/LEADSHP
1
MW
11:00am-11:50 LI-146
L.NATAL
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/12) (Above class EMPHASIS: PUENTE Program students. This class has a
Chicano/Latino emphasis and includes a mentoring component. Requires concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1A. Contact
L. Natal at lori.natal@fresnocitycollege.edu for details.)

COUN 149
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly GS 49) (A)


COUN 149
JOB PREPARATION
1
F
(Above class EMPHASIS: Dewolf High School/ATC Program.)

COUN 167
25428

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and MATH 201 recommended. (Formerly GS
COUN 167
FIN AID MNY MGMT
1
W
11:00am-11:50 ST-202

12:00pm-12:50

ST-202

J.GARABEDIAN

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

Y.KOSTIN

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

COUN 250
*****
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

PREREQ: None. (Formerly GS 50, 150, and COUN 150)


COUN 250
STUDENT READINESS
1
MW
11:00am-11:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/12) (EMPHASIS: EOPS Students.)
COUN 250
STUDENT READINESS
1
MW
11:00am-11:50
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/21) (EMPHASIS: EOPS Students.)

ROOM

77

INSTRUCTOR

ST-103

S.GARCIA LUPIAN

ST-103

S.GARCIA LUPIAN

CRIMINOLOGY
CRIM 1
24192
24195
26341
24193

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 1) (C-ID AJ 110) (A, CSU, UC)
CRIM 1
INTRO TO CRIM
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
FH-101
W.BERTOLANI
CRIM 1
INTRO TO CRIM
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
HS-120
T.ONEIL
CRIM 1
INTRO TO CRIM
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
AH-208
J.GOODSON
CRIM 1
INTRO TO CRIM
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
FH-103
J.MOTOYASU
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

CRIM 3
24246
24247

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 3) (C-ID AJ 124) (A,
CRIM 3
LEGAL EVIDENCE
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
OAB-102
T.ONEIL
CRIM 3
LEGAL EVIDENCE
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
SO-208
J.WATSON

CRIM 4
24248
26346

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 4) (A, CSU)
CRIM 4
JUSTICE SYSTEM
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
HS-160
CRIM 4
JUSTICE SYSTEM
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
HS-210

CRIM 5
24249

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 5) (C-ID AJ 160) (A, CSU, UC)
CRIM 5
COMMUN RELATIONS
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
OAB-102
T.ONEIL

CRIM 6
24251
24250

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 6) (A, CSU)
CRIM 6
CRIM LAW CONCEPTS
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 OAB-271
CRIM 6
CRIM LAW CONCEPTS
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-231

B.HILL
R.CARRILLO

CRIM 7
24252

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 7) (A, CSU)
CRIM 7
ENFORCE SERVICES
3
Th
6:30pm-9:20
SO-208

J.WATSON

CRIM 8
25085
25086

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 8) (A, CSU)
CRIM 8
CRIMINAL INVEST
4
TTh
8:00am-10:50
OAB-102
CRIM 8
CRIMINAL INVEST
4
M
6:00pm-9:05
OAB-102
AND
W
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-102

W.BERTOLANI
W.BERTOLANI
W.BERTOLANI

CRIM 9
24253

PREREQ: CRIM 8 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CRIM 9
CRIM SCENE EVDNC
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-102
J.WINN

CRIM 11
24197

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 11) (C-ID AJ 220) (A, CSU)
CRIM 11
JUVENILE DELINQ
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
HS-210
E.TOSTADO

CRIM 12
24215

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 12) (A, CSU)
CRIM 12
CRIM JUST COMMUN
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
SO-212

CRIM 13
24227
24228
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 13) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
CRIM 13
CONSTITUT RIGHTS
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
OAB-271
B.HILL
CRIM 13
CONSTITUT RIGHTS
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
OAB-271
B.HILL
CRIM 13
CONSTITUT RIGHTS
3
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
FH-101
T.BENDER
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
HS-100
T.BENDER
DATES: (Above class meets 03/11 to 04/01) (This class is part of the Business Division 25-Month Program. Entrance into
the class by permission of the Business Division Dean. Meets: 03/11, 03/13, 03/15, 03/18, 03/20, 03/22, 03/25, 03/27,
03/29, & 04/01.)
CRIM 13
CONSTITUT RIGHTS
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-271
R.CARRILLO

24216

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

K.HICKMAN
T.BENDER

B.HILL

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

CRIM 15
24231

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 15) (A, CSU)
CRIM 15
POLICE ETHICS
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
OAB-119
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

CRIM 16
24254

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly AJ 16) (A, CSU)
CRIM 16
VICTIMOLOGY
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
HS-120

CRIM 20
24235

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID AJ 200) (A, CSU)
CRIM 20
INTRO CORRECTIONS
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
HS-160

CRIM 21
24236

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CRIM 21
CORR REPORT WRTNG
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
HS-160

D.MINNIS

CRIM 23
24237

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CRIM 23
INTERVIEW & COUNS
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
HS-160

K.RILEY-RUIZ

CRIM 24
24238

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CRIM 24
CONTRL & SUPRVISN
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
AH-106

J.PULIDO

CRIM 25
24242

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
CRIM 25
LEGAL ASPECTS
3
Th
6:30pm-9:20
HS-160

D.MINNIS

J.MOTOYASU

J.PULIDO
K.HICKMAN

DANCE
DANCE 9
23415

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


DANCE 9
DANCE CONDITIONG

DANCE 10
23416
23417

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly PE ACT 4) (A, CSU,
DANCE 10
BEG MDRN DANCE TECH
1
MW
3:00pm-4:20
OAB-190
K.BITHELL
DANCE 10
BEG MDRN DANCE TECH
1
TTh
3:30pm-4:45
OAB-190
A.QUERIN

DANCE 12A
23419

PREREQ: None. (Formerly DANCE 12 and PE ACT 26) (A, CSU, UC)
DANCE 12A
BEGIN BALLET 1
1
TTh
10:00am-11:15

DANCE 12B
23420

PREREQ: DANCE 12A or equivalent as demonstrated through testing and recommended by instructors. (A,
DANCE 12B
BEGIN BALLET 2
1
MW
10:30am-11:50 G-101

J.HAO

DANCE 13A
69413

PREREQ: DANCE 12B or relevant experience as determined by instructor. (A, CSU)


DANCE 13A
INTER BALLET
2
MW
12:00pm-1:15
G-101

J.HAO

DANCE 13B
69513

PREREQ: DANCE 13A or relevant experience as determined by instructor. (A, CSU)


DANCE 13B
PRE-ADV BALLET
2
MW
12:00pm-1:15
G-101

J.HAO

DANCE 14
69414

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly PE ACT 27) (A, CSU, UC)
DANCE 14
BEG JAZZ DANCE
1
MW
9:00am-10:20
OAB-190
C.TISCARENO

DANCE 15
69514

PREREQ: DANCE 14 or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing or video portfolio of past
jazz dance performance work. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU,
UC)
DANCE 15
INTER JAZZ TECH
1
MW
9:00am-10:20
OAB-190
C.TISCARENO

DANCE 17
66215

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also CLS 17) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
DANCE 17
BEG MEX FOLKDANCE
4
M
5:00pm-10:25
TA-17
R.RAMIREZ III

DANCE 20A

ADVISORY: DANCE 10. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly PE ACT 20A) (A,
CSU-GE, UC)
DANCE 20A
BEG MOD DANC COMP
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:15
OAB-190
J.HAO

69420

DANCE 20B
69520

TTh

11:30am-12:45

G-101

G-101

K.BITHELL

J.HAO

ADVISORY: DANCE 20A. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly PE ACT 20B) (A,
CSU, UC)
DANCE 20B
INT MOD DANC COMP
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:15
OAB-190
J.HAO

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

DANCE 22

69422

DANCE 27
66216

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

79

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: Current intermediate competency in Ballet, Jazz, or Modern dance and concurrent enrollment in Ballet,
Jazz, or Modern dance recommended. For choreographers: DANCE 20A or demonstration of comparable skill level
to be determined by Artistic Director through testing and/or video portfolio of past Modern Dance, Jazz, or Ballet
performance work. ADVISORY: For choreographers: eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly PE ACT 22) (A,
CSU, UC)
DANCE 22
THEATRE PERFORM
2-4
W
6:00pm-6:50
G-101
J.HAO
AND
9HRS ARR
ARR
J.HAO
PREREQ: DANCE/CLS 17, or demonstration of comparable skill level to be determined by testing at rst class session.
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also CLS 27) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
DANCE 27
ADV MEX FOLKDANCE
4
W
5:00pm-9:50
TA-17
V.TORRES

DANCE 28
23439

ADVISORY: DANCE 10. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
DANCE 28
INT MODERN DANCE
1
MW
4:30pm-5:50
OAB-190

C.TISCARENO

DANCE 30
23440

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
DANCE 30
DANCE APPREC
3
MW
2:30pm-3:50
OAB-176

C.TISCARENO

DANCE 32

PREREQ: DANCE 32. ADVISORY: For choreographers: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. For performers: Previous
Modern Dance, Ballet and Jazz experience or concurrent enrollment. (A, CSU)
DANCE 32
THEATRE PERFRM 2
3
W
6:00pm-6:50
G-101
J.HAO
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
J.HAO

69522

DECISION SCIENCE
DS 21
24452
24447
*****

DS 23
24485
24486
24487

PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Formerly DS 22) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
DS 21
FINITE MATH
3
MW
11:00am-12:20 BE-120
D.TEMPLE
DS 21
FINITE MATH
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15
BE-135
B.BRYANT
DS 21
FINITE MATH
3
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
BE-121
STAFF
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
HS-210
STAFF
DATES: (Above class meets 05/06 to 05/29) (Business Administration 25-Month Transfer Program. Actual class meeting
dates are 05/06, 05/08, 05/10, 05/13, 05/15, 05/17, 05/20, 05/22, 05/24, 05/27 and 05/29. Entrance into class by
permission of Business Division Dean. This course requires use of the Internet, Blackboard, and e-mail to complete
assignments. WebAdvisor e-mail accounts must be current.)
PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. (Formerly BA 23) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
DS 23
BUSINESS STATS
4
MW
9:00am-10:50
DS 23
BUSINESS STATS
4
TTh
9:00am-10:50
DS 23
BUSINESS STATS
4
W
6:00pm-9:50

BE-120
BE-120
BE-135

D.TEMPLE
D.TEMPLE
D.TEMPLE

DENTAL HYGIENE
DH 1B
*****

PREREQ: ENGL 125 and DH 1A, each with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 2, 5A, 6A, 8A, and 11. ADVISORY: ENGL
1A with a grade of C or better strongly advised. (A, CSU)
DH 1B
ORAL PATHOLOGY
4
Th
8:00am-11:50
HS-140
J.PACHECO

DH 1D
*****

PREREQ: DH 1C with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 5C. (A, CSU)


DH 1D
APP PERIODONTICS
1
T
5:00pm-5:50

DH 2

PREREQ: DH 3A and DH 1A, each with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 1B, 5A, 6A, 8A, and 11. (A, CSU)
DH 2
DENTAL MATERIALS
2
M
1:00pm-5:05
HS-140
J.HOWARD

*****

DH 3B
*****

PREREQ: DH 3A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 5C. (A, CSU)


DH 3B
DNTL SPECIALTIES
1
W
8:00am-9:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 03/12)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

HS-140

HS-140

J.PACHECO

H.CAETANO

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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DH 5A
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: DH 3A and 4, each with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 1B, 2, 6A, 8A, 11 and 12. (PASS/NO PASS only)
(A, CSU)
DH 5A
CLINICAL I
3
T
1:00pm-4:50
HS-130
H.CAETANO
AND
W
8:00am-11:50
HS-130
H.CAETANO

DH 5C
*****

PREREQ: DH 5B with a pass grade. COREQ: DH 1D, 3B, 7B, 8B, 9, and 14. (PASS/NO PASS only) (A, CSU)
DH 5C
CLINICAL III
5
TTh
8:00am-11:50
HS-130
H.CAETANO
AND
WTh
1:00pm-4:50
HS-130
H.CAETANO

DH 6A
*****

PREREQ: DH 3A with a grade of C of better. COREQ: DH 1B, 2, 5A, 8A, and 11. (A, CSU)
DH 6A
MED EMERG IN OFC
1
M
10:00am-11:50 HS-140
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/19)

DH 7B
*****

PREREQ: DH 7A and SOC 1A, each with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 5C. (A, CSU)
DH 7B
DENTAL HEALTH II
1
M
12:00pm-12:50 HS-250

J.CHENEY

DH 8A
*****

PREREQ: DH 3A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 1B, 2, 5A, 6A, and 11. (A, CSU)
DH 8A
PATIENT MGMT
2
W
1:00pm-2:50
HS-140

J.HOWARD

DH 8B
*****

PREREQ: DH 8A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 5C. (A, CSU)


DH 8B
PRACT&FINAN MGMT
2
W
10:00am-11:50

HS-140

M.EWING

DH 9

PREREQ: CHEM 3B and FN 40, each with a grade of C or better. (A, CSU)
DH 9
DENT NUTRITION
1
M
1:00pm-1:50

HS-250

J.CHENEY

*****

H.CAETANO

DH 11
*****

PREREQ: DH 1A and 3A, each with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 1B, 2, 5A, 6A, and 8A. (A, CSU)
DH 11
LOCAL ANESTHESIA
2.5
T
8:00am-11:50
HS-140
AND
M
8:00am-11:30
HS-130
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 03/11)

DH 12
*****

PREREQ: DH 3A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 5A. (A, CSU)


DH 12
CLINIC SEMNR I
1
W
3:00pm-4:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 03/12)

HS-230

H.CAETANO

DH 14
*****

PREREQ: DH 13 with a grade of C or better. COREQ: DH 5C. (A, CSU)


DH 14
CLINIC SEMNR III
1
T
1:00pm-2:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 03/11)

HS-140

J.PACHECO

DH 200

PREREQ: Graduation from an accredited Dental Hygiene Program. ADVISORY: Dental Hygiene 5C. (PASS/NO PASS
only)
DH 200
CLINICAL DH IV
.2-1
TTh
8:00am-11:50
HS-130
H.CAETANO
AND
WTh
1:00pm-4:50
HS-130
H.CAETANO

*****

M.DENVER
M.DENVER

DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES
DEVSER 250
*****

PREREQ: Student must have a diagnosed veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only)
DEVSER 250 CAREER AWARENESS
3
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
T-203S

B.SAMPLE

DEVSER 251
*****

PREREQ: Student must have a diagnosed veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only)
DEVSER 251 JOB PLACEMENT
3
DAILY
9:00am-9:50
T-203S

B.SAMPLE

DEVSER 255
*****

PREREQ: Student must have a diagnosed veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only)
DEVSER 255 WORKABILITY EXP
1-4
4HRS ARR
OFF

DEVSER 260
*****

PREREQ: Student must have a diagnosed disability. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 60)
DEVSER 260 WORKABILITY
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 T-203S

DEVSER 262
*****
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 62)


DEVSER 262 GROUP INTERACTN
2
MW
DEVSER 262 GROUP INTERACTN
2
MW

10:00am-10:50
11:00am-11:50

ARR
ARR

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

STAFF
B.SAMPLE
B.OLOWUDE
B.OLOWUDE

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

DEVSER 264
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

PREREQ: Student must have a diagnosed veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
T
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/21 to 05/27)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
W
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/28)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
W
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/28)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
W
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/28)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
W
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/28)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
W
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/28)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
Th
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/29)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
Th
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/29)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
Th
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/29)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
Th
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/29)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
Th
3:00pm-3:50
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/29)
DEVSER 264 COLLEGE TRANSITN
1
M
3:00pm-4:05
DATES: (Above class meets 02/10 to 06/09)

ROOM

81

INSTRUCTOR

FHS-FHS

STAFF

CHSE-HS

STAFF

HHS-HHS

STAFF

MCL-HS

STAFF

RSVT-HS

STAFF

SUNY-HS

STAFF

CHSE-HS

J.LAURI

EHS-EHS

STAFF

KRMN-HS

STAFF

MCL-HS

STAFF

SUNY-HS

STAFF

BHS-BHS

STAFF

DEVSER 272
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 72)


DEVSER 272 CONSUMER SKILLS
2
MW
AND
F

2:00pm-3:50
1:00pm-2:50

OAB-130
AH-110

STAFF
STAFF

DEVSER 273
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 73)


DEVSER 273 INDEPEND LVG SKILS
2
TTh
AND
F

2:00pm-3:50
3:00pm-4:50

OAB-130
AH-110

STAFF
STAFF

DEVSER 275
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 75)


DEVSER 275 HORTCULT SKIL I
2
MWF

10:30am-12:20

GRNH

J.HENTZLER

DEVSER 276
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 76)


DEVSER 276 HORTCULT SKIL II
2
TTh

8:00am-10:50

GRNH

J.HENTZLER

DEVSER 277
*****
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 77)


DEVSER 277 ADPT COMPUTER LIT
2
MTWTh
DEVSER 277 ADPT COMPUTER LIT
2
MTWTh

9:00am-9:50
1:00pm-1:50

LI-148
LI-148

D.LOFTIS
D.LOFTIS

DEVSER 278
*****
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 78)


DEVSER 278 MODIF WORD PROCES
2
MTWTh
DEVSER 278 MODIF WORD PROCES
2
MTWTh

10:00am-10:50
2:00pm-2:50

LI-148
LI-148

D.LOFTIS
D.LOFTIS

DEVSER 279
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 79)


DEVSER 279 MOD COMPUTER APPL
2
MTWTh

12:00pm-12:50

LI-148

D.LOFTIS

DEVSER 282
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 82)


DEVSER 282 GRNHOUSE WK PREP
3
MTWTh

12:30pm-2:40

GRNH

J.HENTZLER

DEVSER 291
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only)


DEVSER 291 ACAD STRATEGIES

TTh

2:00pm-2:50

T-203S

B.SAMPLE

DEVSER 292
*****

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only)


DEVSER 292 SURVIVAL SKILLS

9:00am-10:50

LA-120

J.COVINGTON

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

DEVSER 359
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

PREREQ: None. (OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT) (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly DEVSER 59)
DEVSER 359 DIFF LEARN DIAG
0
ARR
ARR

INSTRUCTOR

L.KANE

DRAFTING
(See also offerings under Computer Aided Drafting and Design--CADD.)
DRAFT 12
23528
23530

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 255 recommended. (A, CSU)
DRAFT 12
DRAFTING PRACTICES
3
TTh
1:30pm-3:45
T-300
DRAFT 12
DRAFTING PRACTICES
3
Th
6:00pm-10:50
T-300

STAFF
STAFF

ECONOMICS
ECON 25
24255

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU-GE)
ECON 25
INTRO TO ECONOMICS
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 OAB-216

ECON 40
24257
26266
24256

PREREQ: MATH 103. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly ECON 1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ECON 40
MICROECONOMICS
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
SO-210
J.OESER
ECON 40
MICROECONOMICS
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 OAB-119
D.DEFREITAS
ECON 40
MICROECONOMICS
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 OAB-119
D.DEFREITAS
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
ECON 40
MICROECONOMICS
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-119
A.PANKRATZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
ECON 40
MICROECONOMICS
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-119
L.SCHWENDIMAN

24258
24259

ECON 40H
*****

ECON 50
24266
24261
24268
24269
*****

24260

D.DEFREITAS

PREREQ: MATH 103. ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance in the Honors Program
recommended. See Honors Program listing in the college catalog. Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly
ECON 1BH) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ECON 40H
HON MICROECON
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-119
A.PANKRATZ
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for more information.)
PREREQ: MATH 103. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly ECON 1A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ECON 50
MACROECONOMICS
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
OAB-216
A.PANKRATZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
ECON 50
MACROECONOMICS
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-216
D.DEFREITAS
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
ECON 50
MACROECONOMICS
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 OAB-216
A.PANKRATZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
ECON 50
MACROECONOMICS
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 OAB-216
A.PANKRATZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
ECON 50
MACROECONOMICS
3
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
BE-121
L.SCHWENDIMAN
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
HS-120
L.SCHWENDIMAN
DATES: (Above class meets 04/03 to 05/03) (This class is part of the Business Division 25-Month Program. Entrance into
the class by permission of the Business Division Dean. Meets: 04/03, 04/05, 04/08, 04/10, 04/12, 04/22, 04/24, 04/26,
04/29, 05/01, & 05/03.)
ECON 50
MACROECONOMICS
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
SO-211
C.BROUGH

EDUCATION
EDUC 30
24271
24272
24273
24274

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
EDUC 30
SURVEY AMER EDUC
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 OAB-217
EDUC 30
SURVEY AMER EDUC
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 OAB-217
EDUC 30
SURVEY AMER EDUC
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-217
EDUC 30
SURVEY AMER EDUC
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-217

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

83

INSTRUCTOR

EDUCATIONAL AIDE
EDA 6
24270

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
EDA 6
SURV OF SPEC ED
3
M
5:00pm-8:05
OAB-130

EDA 19

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and
68 recommended. (A, CSU)
EDA 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
T
5:00pm-5:50
OAB-217
STAFF
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
STAFF
(For students in the Teacher Aide: General program.)
EDA 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
W
5:00pm-5:50
OAB-130
J.EMERZIAN
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
J.EMERZIAN
(For students in the Educational Aide: Special Education program.)

*****
*****

J.EMERZIAN

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY


EST 50
23534
23681

EST 51
*****
23682
23727

EST 52
23739
23752

PREREQ: None. (Formerly ET 50) (A, CSU)


EST 50
INTRO TO ELTRN
DATES: (#23534 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
EST 50
INTRO TO ELTRN
DATES: (#23681 meets 03/17 to 05/23)

2.5

MWF

8:00am-9:25

T-304

STAFF

2.5

MWF

8:00am-9:25

T-304

STAFF

ADVISORY: EST 53. (Formerly ET 51) (A, CSU)


EST 51
DC FUND OF ELTRN
3
MW
8:00am-9:50
OFF
T.VIZTHUM
(Above section meets at Edison High School. Please contact Dan Sousa at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8721 for permission to
enroll.)
EST 51
DC FUND OF ELTRN
3
MW
8:00am-11:50
T-303H
STAFF
DATES: (#23682 meets 01/13 to 03/12)
EST 51
DC FUND OF ELTRN
3
MW
6:00pm-10:20
T-303H
F.DILIDDO
DATES: (#23727 meets 01/13 to 03/12)
PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)
EST 52
AC FUNDAMENTALS
DATES: (#23739 meets 03/17 to 05/21)
EST 52
AC FUNDAMENTALS
DATES: (#23752 meets 03/17 to 05/21)

MW

8:00am-11:50

T-303H

STAFF

MW

6:00pm-9:50

T-303H

A.COLLIER

8:00am-11:50

T-303H

STAFF

EST 54
23757

ADVISORY: EST 51 AND 52. (Formerly ET 52) (A, CSU)


EST 54
INTEGRTED DEVICES
3
TTh
DATES: (#23757 meets 03/18 to 05/22)

EST 55A
23758

PREREQ: None. (Formerly ET 53) (A, CSU)


EST 55A
DIGITAL CONCEPTS

TTh

8:00am-9:50

T-303A

B.MILLER

EST 55B
23760

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


EST 55B
FACILITY AUTOMATN

6:00pm-9:50

T-303A

B.MILLER

EST 56A
23763

ADVISORY: EST 54. (A, CSU)


EST 56A
WIRING METHODS
DATES: (#23763 meets 01/14 to 03/13)

TTh

8:00am-11:50

T-305A

R.MARTINEZ

EST 56B
23768

ADVISORY: EST 54. (A, CSU)


EST 56B
MOTOR CONTROLS
DATES: (#23768 meets 03/18 to 05/22)

TTh

8:00am-11:50

T-305A

R.MARTINEZ

EST 56C
23775

ADVISORY: EST 54 and 58. (A, CSU)


EST 56C
INDUSTRIAL ELTRN

8:00am-11:50

T-305A

B.MILLER

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

EST 57C
23780

ADVISORY: EST 54. (A, CSU)


EST 57C
VOICE/DATA CABLE

EST 58
23802

PREREQ: None. (Formerly ET 58) (A, CSU)


EST 58
PROG LOGIC CNTRL
DATES: (#23802 meets 01/13 to 03/13)
EST 58
PROG LOGIC CNTRL
DATES: (#23805 meets 03/18 to 05/22)

23805

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

TTh

1:00pm-2:50

T-303H

R.MARTINEZ

MTWTh

2:00pm-3:50

CTC-O

STAFF

TTh

6:00pm-9:50

T-304

D.ADAMS

TTh

6:00pm-9:50

T-304

D.ADAMS

3
3

TTh
W

10:00am-11:50
6:00pm-9:50

T-203N
T-203N

EST 59
23808

PREREQ: None. (Formerly ET 60) (A, CSU)


EST 59
INSTRMNTN SYSTEMS
DATES: (#23808 meets 01/14 to 03/13)

EST 60
23810
23812

PREREQ: None. (Formerly ET 61) (A, CSU)


EST 60
A+PC MAINTENANCE
EST 60
A+PC MAINTENANCE

EST 61
67103

ADVISORY: EST 55A, EST 60, and AT 10 strongly recommended. (CISCO-CCNA 1) (Formerly ET 59) (A, CSU)
EST 61
NETWRKNG FUNDMTL
3
MTh
6:00pm-9:50
T-203N
B.MILLER
DATES: (#67103 meets 01/13 to 03/13)

EST 62
67125

PREREQ: EST 61. (CISCO-CCNA 2) (A, CSU)


EST 62
ROUTR PROTOCOLS
3
DATES: (#67125 meets 03/17 to 05/22)

MTh

6:00pm-9:50

T-203N

D.HIMES

EST 63
67203

PREREQ: EST 62. (CISCO-CCNA 3) (A, CSU)


EST 63
ADV ROUT/SWITCH
3
DATES: (#67203 meets 01/13 to 03/13)

MTh

6:00pm-9:50

T-203N

B.MILLER

EST 64
67225

PREREQ: EST 63. (CISCO-CCNA 4) (A, CSU)


EST 64
ADV NTWRKNG/MGMT
3
DATES: (#67225 meets 03/17 to 05/22)

MTh

6:00pm-9:50

T-203N

D.HIMES

EST 80
24053

ADVISORY: EST 51, 52, 53, and 54. (A, CSU)


EST 80
PHOTOVOLTAICS

1:30pm-5:20

CTC-O

D.PUTMAN

EST 81
24058

ADVISORY: EST 54 and 96D. (Formerly ET 51) (A, CSU)


EST 81
PHOTOVOLTAIC SYS
3
F

8:00am-11:50

T-303H

R.MARTINEZ

EST 96A
67107

PREREQ: None. (See also BSCA 17) (A, CSU)


EST 96A
NATL ELEC CODE-1
3

6:00pm-8:50

T-305A

J.RATTO

EST 96B
67102

PREREQ: None. (See also BSCA 27) (A, CSU)


EST 96B
NATL ELEC CODE-2
3

6:00pm-8:50

T-305A

J.RATTO

EST 96C
67118

PREREQ: None. (See also BSCA 37) (A, CSU)


EST 96C
NATL ELEC CODE-3
3

Th

6:00pm-8:50

T-305A

J.RATTO

EST 96D
67104

PREREQ: None. (See also BSCA 47) (A, CSU)


EST 96D
NEC-ELEC SAFETY
3

6:00pm-9:05

T-305A

J.RATTO

EST 175B

COREQ: EST 175BL. ADVISORY: Eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (See also CONS 175B) (A)
EST 175B
RESIDENT WIRING 2
4
TTh
3:30pm-6:20
T-405
R.GORMAN JR
EST 175B
RESIDENT WIRING 2
4
TTh
6:00pm-8:35
T-405
B.NELSON

67209
67217

EST 175BL
67211
67212

D.RILEY
D.RILEY

COREQ: EST 175B. ADVISORY: Eligibility for AT 130 or MATH 201 and eligibility for 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (See also CONS 175BL) (A)
EST 175BL
RES WIRING LAB 2
.5
1.5HRS ARR
OFF
R.GORMAN JR
EST 175BL
RES WIRING LAB 2
.5
1.5HRS ARR
OFF
B.NELSON

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

85

INSTRUCTOR

ENGINEERING
ENGR 2
24748

ADVISORY: MATH 4A and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ENGR 26) (A,
CSU, UC)
ENGR 2
GRAPHICS
4
MW
2:00pm-6:05
S-20
T.YARBROUGH

ENGR 10
24743
24745
26358
24741
24736

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
ENGR 10
INTRO TO ENGR
2
MW
9:00am-9:50
OAB-274
ENGR 10
INTRO TO ENGR
2
TTh
1:00pm-1:50
OAB-274
ENGR 10
INTRO TO ENGR
2
TTh
2:00pm-4:50
S-200
ENGR 10
INTRO TO ENGR
2
MW
3:00pm-3:50
OAB-278
ENGR 10
INTRO TO ENGR
2
MW
4:00pm-4:50
OAB-278

ENGR 11
24747

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
ENGR 11
MFR PROCESSES
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 S-20

STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
T.YARBROUGH

ENGLISH
ENGL 1A
23988

23993

26391

45260

23291
43889
23939
23940
23941
23942
23943
23944
23945
23947
23950

PREREQ: A pass grade in ENGL 125 or ESL 67 and ENGL 126 or ESL 68 or appropriate score on reading and writing
sections of Placement Test. (C-ID ENGL 100) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
ARR
WEB
T.TARAZI
DATES: (#23988 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23988 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students
may register for this course on campus or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the
Internet, possess basic computing skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The
instructor will e-mail instructions for the course and a password to access the course to students before the course
begins. Students needing information can contact the instructor, via e-mail, at teresa.tarazi@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
ARR
WEB
T.TARAZI
DATES: (#23993 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23993 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students
may register for this course on campus or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the
Internet, possess basic computing skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The
instructor will e-mail instructions for the course and a password to access the course to students before the course
begins. Students needing information can contact the instructor, via e-mail, at teresa.tarazi@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
ARR
WEB
R.STARR
(#26391 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students may register for this course on campus
or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the Internet, possess basic computing
skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The instructor will e-mail instructions for
the course and a password to access the course to students before the course begins. Students needing information
can contact the instructor, via e-mail, at Rebecca.starr@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
ARR
WEB
G.BOLEN
(#45260 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students may register for this course on campus
or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the Internet, possess basic computing
skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The instructor will e-mail instructions for
the course and a password to access the course to students before the course begins. Students needing information
can contact the instructor, via e-mail, at gennean.bolen@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MW
6:00am-7:50
OAB-125
M.COON
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
6:00am-7:50
OAB-125
M.COON
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-102
L.CONTRERAS
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-120
S.HOOPER
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-126
T.FRITZCHLE
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MTWTh
8:00am-8:50
LA-107
STAFF
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
8:00am-9:10
LA-101
S.MUNOZ
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
8:00am-9:10
LA-102
J.GUZMAN
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
8:00am-9:50
LA-101
J.TANNEN
(#23945 focus on Political Music. Students will read, discuss, and write about political music, with an emphasis on the
United States from the 1920s to present day.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
8:00am-9:50
LA-102
S.MUNOZ
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
9:20am-10:30
LA-102
L.HERRICK

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

86
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

*****

ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
9:20am-10:30
OAB-171
T.TARAZI
(Above class content has a Chicano/Latino emphasis and includes a mentoring component. Requires concurrent
enrollment in a COUN 54 course. Contact Lori Natal in ST-232 or Teresa Tarazi in FO-37 for details.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TThF
9:20am-10:30
LA-103
R.GUGLIELMINO
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
10:00am-11:10 LA-206
R.BENAS
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 LA-102
K.CROCKET
(Above class content has an African-American emphasis and includes a mentoring component. Requires concurrent
enrollment in COUN 43, COUN 48 and AFRAM 3. For additional information, contact the instructor at
karen.crocket@fresnocitycollege.edu or at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8082.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 LA-101
J.GUZMAN
(Above class is a part of the Camino Bridge Program course and requires concurrent enrollment in COUN 53. For more
information and permission to enroll, contact Leticia Canales at [559] 442-4600, ext. 7-2390.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 OAB-180
C.STEELE SMITH
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 ARR
R.STARR
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
10:40am-11:50 LA-101
L.HERRICK
(Above class content has an Southeast Asian emphasis and includes a mentoring component. Requires concurrent
enrollment in COUN 48. Contact Shoua Yang at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8639, or Victor Yang at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8624 or
victor.yang@fresnocitycollege.edu for information.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
10:40am-11:50 LA-102
J.MOSES
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TWTh
12:00pm-1:05
LA-103
J.TREVINO
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
12:00pm-1:10
LA-101
R.BENAS
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
12:00pm-1:10
LA-102
T.NELSON
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MW
12:00pm-1:50
ARR
K.CHACON
(Above class content has a Chicano/Latino emphasis and includes a mentoring component. Requires concurrent
enrollment in a COUN 54 course. Contact Lori Natal in ST-232 or Kenneth Chacon in FO-7 for details.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
LA-101
S.SAVALA
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
LA-102
K.DAVIES
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
1:20pm-2:30
LA-101
R.GUGLIELMINO
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
1:20pm-2:30
LA-102
J.TANNEN
(#23967 will focus on Superheroes in Popular Culture. Students will research the history of superheroes and analyze
their roles in various mediums, including comic books, literature, and lm.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
LA-101
K.DAVIES
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
LA-102
A.CONSOLATTI
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
ARR
J.BEAVERS
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TWTh
2:40pm-3:45
LA-103
K.LUTTRELL
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
2:40pm-3:50
LA-101
M.MANIQUIZ
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
2:40pm-3:50
LA-102
T.NELSON
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MW
3:00pm-4:50
LA-120
STAFF
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MWF
3:30pm-4:40
OAB-273
N.HERNANDEZ
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MW
4:00pm-5:50
LA-101
K.LUTTRELL
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MW
4:00pm-5:50
LA-102
K.JOHNSON
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
LA-101
M.PATTON
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
LA-102
K.JOHNSON
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
LA-104
C.STEELE SMITH
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
MW
5:00pm-6:50
OAB-173
STAFF
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
OAB-171
R.MARGOLIS
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
HS-160
R.MARGOLIS
DATES: (Above class meets 01/28 to 03/01) (Above class is part of the Business Division 25-Month Program. Entrance
into the class by permission of the Business Division. Meets: 01/28, 01/30 02/01, 02/04, 02/06, 02/08, 02/11, 02/13, 02/18,
02/20, 02/22, 02/25, 02/27 and 03/01.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
T
6:00pm-9:50
LA-101
K.CHACON
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
T
6:00pm-9:50
LA-102
L.GUEST
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
T
6:00pm-9:50
OAB-180
D.COGBURN
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
T
6:00pm-9:50
OAB-273
R.ESPINOSA
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
LA-101
R.MYERS
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
LA-102
N.DIAZ
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
OAB-125
D.COGBURN
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
LA-103
J.SCROGGINS
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
Th
6:00pm-9:50
LA-101
S.HOOPER

23952
23292
*****

*****
23293
26383
*****

23949
23961
23958
23966
*****
23963
23964
23960
23967
23968
91969
26388
23973
23971
23972
27843
20451
23975
23974
23976
23977
43888
26406
*****

23980
23981
26382
42053
23982
23983
26384
20459
23984

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

INSTRUCTOR

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

23985
26386
20633
26389
26381
23986
20612
41900
23978
23979
26387
26390

ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A
ENGL 1A

READ & COMP


READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP
READ & COMP

ENGL 1B
23146

15472
24012
24013
24014
24034
24015

UNITS

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

DAYS

Th
Th
Th
Th
Th
F
F
F
M
M
M
M

TIMES

6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-10:05
6:00pm-10:05
6:00pm-10:05
6:00pm-10:05

87

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

LA-102
LA-103
LA-105
LA-122
OAB-273
LA-101
LA-120
LA-102
LA-101
LA-102
LA-107
LA-203

R.ESPINOSA
P.GRAHAM
L.GUEST
C.COSTELLO
A.YANG
A.BLIGH
M.MANIQUIZ
S.VELEZ
K.CHACON
R.MYERS
N.DIAZ
STAFF

PREREQ: ENGL 1A. (C-ID ENGL 120) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


ENGL 1B
INTRO LITERATURE
3
ARR
WEB
M.HIEBERT
(#23146 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive the specic URL, log-on and password via e-mail prior to the
start of class. You MUST activate, monitor, and use your college e-mail address, the one that ends in scccd.edu after
you register for the course. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact the
instructor at margaret.hiebert@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559] 442-4600, ext. 8101.)
ENGL 1B
INTRO LITERATURE
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
LA-108
L.CONTRERAS
ENGL 1B
INTRO LITERATURE
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
LA-108
L.HERRICK
ENGL 1B
INTRO LITERATURE
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 OAB-125
STAFF
ENGL 1B
INTRO LITERATURE
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
LA-108
R.GUGLIELMINO
ENGL 1B
INTRO LITERATURE
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
LA-108
M.HIEBERT
ENGL 1B
INTRO LITERATURE
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-131
K.CHACON

ENGL 3
41902
24016
15607
24020
24021
24023
20422
24017
24024
23230
24025
24018
24029
24030
24028

PREREQ: ENGL 1A. (C-ID ENGL 105) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
MWF
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
TTh
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
MWF
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
MWF
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
MWF
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
TTh
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
MWF
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
TTh
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
MWF
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
TTh
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
TTh
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
MW
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
W
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
Th
ENGL 3
CRIT RDG & WRIT
3
M

ENGL 3H

PREREQ: ENGL 1A. ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program
recommended. See Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (C-ID ENGL 105) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ENGL 3H
HON CRIT RD WRTG
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
OAB-273
M.ROBERTS
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)
ENGL 3H
HON CRIT RD WRTG
3
MW
2:00pm-3:15
LA-108
C.ROOKS
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)

*****
*****

8:00am-8:50
8:00am-9:15
9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50
11:00am-11:50
11:00am-12:15
12:00pm-12:50
12:30pm-1:45
1:00pm-1:50
2:00pm-3:15
2:00pm-3:15
2:30pm-3:45
6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-9:05

LA-108
LA-108
LA-107
LA-107
LA-108
OAB-273
LA-108
LA-126
LA-108
LA-106
LA-108
OAB-171
LA-108
LA-108
LA-108

L.CONTRERAS
C.DISCONT
M.ROBERTS
C.DISCONT
J.TANNEN
L.HERRICK
J.TANNEN
C.DISCONT
M.PATTON
C.ROOKS
K.MIKO
J.RYAN
M.PATTON
K.MIKO
F.WEINSCHENK

ENGL 12
24031

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


ENGL 12
BIBLE LITERATURE
3
TTh

ENGL 15A
24032
15661

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or the equivalent. (Formerly ENGL 15) (C-ID ENGL 200 = ENGL 15A + ENGL 15B) (A, CSU, UC)
ENGL 15A
CREAT WRT:POETRY
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
LA-206
M.ROBERTS
ENGL 15A
CREAT WRT:POETRY
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-171
K.CHACON

ENGL 15C
69300

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or the equivalent. (See also TA 15C) (A, CSU, UC)
ENGL 15C
CREA WRT:PLAYWRT
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

11:00am-12:15

OAB-171

MS-103

J.RYAN

C.ERVEN

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

88
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

ENGL 44B
15505

ENGL 46B
32343

ENGL 48B
24068

ENGL 125
24080

45285

24081
24082
24107
24108
24109
24110
26464
24113
91367
24116
24117
26396
24119
24150
24152
24153
26398
24154
24155
24156
24157
35115
26393
24159
24160
42088
24162
*****
24163
24164
24165

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. Neither ENGL 1B nor ENGL 44A is a prerequisite for this course. (C-ID ENGL 145) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
ENGL 44B
WLD LIT SINCE REN
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 LA-206
STAFF
PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. Neither ENGL 1B nor ENGL 46A is a prerequisite for this class. (C-ID ENGL 165) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
ENGL 46B
ENGL LITERATURE
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 LA-107
M.ROBERTS
PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. Neither ENGL 1B nor ENGL 48A is a prerequisite for this class. (C-ID ENGL 135) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
ENGL 48B
INTRO AMER LIT 2
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
LA-107
L.CONTRERAS
PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test or satisfactory completion of ENGL 252 or 282. (Formerly ENGL
A and ENGL 25) (A)
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
C.ROOKS
(#24080 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive the specic course URL, log-on and password via e-mail prior
to the start of class. Your e-mail address MUST be given at the time of registration [either on campus or on-line using
WebAdvisor] or you may e-mail the instructor, Clay Rooks, at clay.rooks@fresnocitycollege.edu. There are no oncampus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact Clay Rooks at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8122.)
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#45285 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students may register for this course on campus
or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the Internet, possess basic computing
skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The instructor will e-mail instructions for
the course and a password to access the course to students before the course begins. Students needing information
can contact the instructor.)
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-105
J.MYERS
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-106
J.ROWLEY
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-107
STAFF
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-201
STAFF
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MW
7:00am-8:50
LA-203
M.BOHIGIAN
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
8:00am-9:10
LA-106
J.TREVINO
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MW
8:00am-9:50
ARR
J.MYERS
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
TTh
8:00am-9:50
LA-121
G.BOLEN
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
TTh
8:00am-9:50
LA-105
J.TREVINO
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
8:00am-10:30
LA-105
STAFF
DATES: (#24116 meets 03/17 to 05/16)
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
F
8:00am-11:50
LA-126
J.ROWLEY
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MW
9:00am-10:50
ARR
A.LIEBERMAN
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
9:20am-10:30
LA-106
S.MUNOZ
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 LA-105
S.MUNOZ
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
10:40am-11:50 LA-105
J.GUZMAN
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
10:40am-11:50 LA-106
J.TREVINO
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MW
11:00am-12:50 ARR
STAFF
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
12:00pm-1:10
LA-105
C.ROOKS
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
12:00pm-1:10
LA-106
K.DAVIES
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
LA-105
G.BOLEN
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
LA-106
J.GUZMAN
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MW
1:00pm-2:50
LA-107
E.SCHEID
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
W
1:00pm-4:50
OAB-125
E.TALLMAN
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
1:20pm-2:30
LA-105
K.DAVIES
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
1:20pm-2:30
LA-106
C.MILLER
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
2:00pm-3:10
OAB-273
J.MORENO
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
OAB-131
STAFF
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
LA-202
S.SAIZ
(Above class is part of the African American Male Leadership Program [SYMBAA] and requires concurrent enrollment in
AFRAM 3, COUN 48, and ENGL 126. For more information, contact Cedric Hardamon at 559-442-4600, ext. 8625.)
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
2:40pm-3:50
LA-105
M.MEDRANO
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
2:40pm-3:50
LA-106
C.MILLER
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
MWF
2:40pm-3:50
LA-202
S.VELEZ

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

27844
24166
41937
26395
41904
24167
24158
24168
24169
41948
24172
26397
26394
24173
24177
24178
24170
24171

ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125
ENGL 125

COLL WRIT SKILLS


COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS
COLL WRIT SKILLS

ENGL 126
23705

23756

24196

24202

23762
23769
23772
*****
24201
24198

UNITS

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

DAYS

TTh
TTh
TTh
F
MWF
MW
TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
T
T
T
W
Th
F
M
M

TIMES

3:00pm-4:50
3:00pm-4:50
3:00pm-4:50
3:00pm-6:50
4:00pm-5:10
4:00pm-5:50
4:00pm-5:50
4:00pm-5:50
4:00pm-5:50
4:00pm-5:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-10:05
6:00pm-10:05

89

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

LA-120
LA-203
OAB-180
OAB-180
OAB-171
LA-121
LA-122
LA-105
LA-106
OAB-273
LA-105
LA-126
OAB-125
LA-105
LA-121
LA-105
LA-105
LA-122

N.HERNANDEZ
J.MYERS
G.GELEGAN
M.GOWDY
J.MORENO
M.BACA
S.SAVALA
A.CONSOLATTI
E.SMITH
A.YANG
S.NORMAN
M.RAIGOZA
B.CARTER
S.NORMAN
S.VANG
E.COOK
S.VANG
E.COOK

PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria or satisfactory completion of ENGL
262. Not recommended for students learning English as a second language. Not recommended for students with
identied learning disabilities. (Formerly ENGL 26) (A)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
K.LEWIS
AND
MT
7:00am-7:50
LA-122
K.LEWIS
(#23705 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes two face-to-face sessions in addition to the online
weekly contact. Each student needs full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD
e-mail account. As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional study per
course unit. For further information, contact the instructor at kristin.lewis@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
K.LEWIS
AND
MTW
8:00am-10:15
LA-122
K.LEWIS
DATES: (#23756 meets 03/24 to 04/29) (#23756 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three weekly
face-to-face sessions in addition to the online weekly contact. Each student needs full access to a computer with
Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD e-mail account. As with all academic courses, students will also
need to plan for one to two hours additional study per course unit. For further information, contact the instructor at
kristin.lewis@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
K.LEWIS
AND
MTW
8:00am-10:15
LA-122
K.LEWIS
DATES: (#24196 meets 02/17 to 03/19) (#24196 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three weekly
face-to-face sessions in addition to the online weekly contact. Concurrent enrollment is required in ENGL 262 [#24241].
Each student needs full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD e-mail account.
As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional study per course unit. For
further information, contact the instructor at kristin.lewis@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
O.DEKLOTZ
AND
MW
1:30pm-2:20
OAB-180
O.DEKLOTZ
(#24202 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three face-to-face sessions and one online session
per week. Each student will need full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD
e-mail student account. As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional
study per course unit. For further information, contact the instructor at olena.deklotz@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
OAB-173
L.CAMPBELL
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
DAILY
8:00am-10:20
OAB-173
L.CAMPBELL
DATES: (#23769 meets 02/24 to 04/01) (#23769 requires concurrent enrollment in ENGL 262 [#23767].)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
DAILY
8:00am-10:20
OAB-173
L.CAMPBELL
DATES: (#23772 meets 04/02 to 05/16)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
MTWTh
11:00am-11:50 LA-126
STAFF
(Above class is part of the African American Male Leadership Program [SYMBAA] and requires concurrent enrollment in
AFRAM 3, COUN 48, and ENGL 125. For more information, contact Cedric Hardamon at 559-442-4600, ext. 8625.)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
MW
12:00pm-12:50 LA-120
STAFF
AND
F
12:00pm-1:50
LA-120
STAFF
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
TThF
12:00pm-1:10
LA-123
STAFF

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

90
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

23803
24204
24205
41907
24206
24207
24209
24210
41906
24211

ENGL 126
ENGL 126
ENGL 126
ENGL 126
ENGL 126
ENGL 126
ENGL 126
ENGL 126
ENGL 126
ENGL 126

COLL RDNG SKILLS


COLL RDNG SKILLS
COLL RDNG SKILLS
COLL RDNG SKILLS
COLL RDNG SKILLS
COLL RDNG SKILLS
COLL RDNG SKILLS
COLL RDNG SKILLS
COLL RDNG SKILLS
COLL RDNG SKILLS

ENGL 252
23364
42092
24218
24217
24219
23365
17716
23197
23366
24220
24221
26402
26401
24223
24226
24224
35086
26399
23001
24225
24222
24229
24230
26400
23367
24233
24234
24232

ENGL 260
23776
23777

UNITS

4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

DAYS

MTWTh
TTh
MWF
TTh
MWF
TTh
T
W
W
Th

TIMES

2:00pm-2:50
2:00pm-3:50
2:40pm-3:50
3:00pm-4:50
3:30pm-4:40
4:00pm-5:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50
6:00pm-9:50

ROOM

LA-120
LA-126
LA-126
LA-104
LA-107
LA-108
LA-120
LA-120
OAB-131
LA-120

INSTRUCTOR

STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF

PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test. Not recommended for students learning English as a second
language nor students with identied learning disabilities. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ENGL 52)
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
7:00am-8:10
OAB-180
R.MARGOLIS
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
7:00am-8:50
OAB-273
R.LOPEZ
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
8:00am-9:50
LA-106
R.LOPEZ
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
8:00am-10:30
LA-105
G.BOLEN
DATES: (#24217 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
9:20am-10:30
LA-121
R.LOPEZ
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 LA-121
A.BOYLE
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 LA-106
L.LOGAN
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
10:40am-11:50 LA-121
R.LOPEZ
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MW
11:00am-12:50 OAB-173
E.SCHEID
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
12:00pm-1:10
LA-121
R.LOPEZ
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
LA-121
L.LOGAN
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MW
1:00pm-2:50
LA-203
T.MEKREDIJIAN
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
1:00pm-2:50
ARR
S.SAIZ
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
1:20pm-2:30
LA-121
M.BACA
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
1:20pm-2:30
OAB-125
K.CROCKET
(#24226 has a Storytelling emphasis.)
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
LA-121
S.SAIZ
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
OAB-125
A.BOYLE
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
M
2:00pm-6:05
LA-104
E.TALLMAN
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
2:40pm-3:50
LA-121
K.CROCKET
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MW
3:00pm-4:50
LA-203
L.LOGAN
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MWF
3:30pm-4:40
LA-108
T.MEKREDIJIAN
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
MW
4:00pm-5:50
LA-201
M.MEDRANO
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
LA-121
L.LOGAN
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
T
6:00pm-9:50
LA-104
P.GRAHAM
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
T
6:00pm-9:50
LA-121
G.GELEGAN
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
LA-121
J.SIMPSON-URRUTIA
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
Th
6:00pm-9:50
LA-206
J.SIMPSON-URRUTIA
ENGL 252
WRITING IMPROVE
4
M
6:00pm-10:05
LA-121
A.BLIGH
PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria. Not recommended for students
learning English as a second language. Not recommended for students with identied learning disabilities. (PASS/NO
PASS only) (Formerly ENGL 60)
ENGL 260
BASIC READING
4
DAILY
10:30am-11:50 LA-122
J.SANTOS
DATES: (#23776 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
ENGL 260
BASIC READING
4
DAILY
1:00pm-2:20
LA-122
J.SANTOS
DATES: (#23777 meets 01/13 to 03/14)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

ENGL 262
24240

24241

23804
23767
23778
17730
23779
24243
24244
24245
41910

ENGL 277
*****

ENGL 278
*****

ENGL 281
*****

ENGL 282
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

91

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria or satisfactory completion of ENGL
260. Not recommended for students learning English as a second language. Not recommended for students with
identied learning disabilities. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ENGL 62)
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
ARR
WEB
O.DEKLOTZ
AND
MTW
8:00am-8:50
LA-120
O.DEKLOTZ
(#24240 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three face-to-face sessions and one online session
per week. Each student will need full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD
e-mail student account. As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional
study per course unit. For further information, contact the instructor at olena.deklotz@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
ARR
WEB
K.LEWIS
AND
MTW
8:00am-10:15
LA-122
K.LEWIS
DATES: (#24241 meets 01/13 to 02/12) (#24241 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three weekly
face-to-face sessions in addition to the online weekly contact. Concurrent enrollment is required in ENGL 126 [#24196].
Each student needs full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD e-mail account.
As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional study per course unit. For
further information, contact the instructor at kristin.lewis@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-121
STAFF
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
DAILY
8:00am-10:20
OAB-173
L.CAMPBELL
DATES: (#23767 meets 01/13 to 02/21) (#23767 requires concurrent enrollment in ENGL 126 [#23769].)
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
DAILY
10:30am-11:55 LA-122
J.SANTOS
DATES: (#23778 meets 03/17 to 05/16)
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
MWF
11:00am-12:10 OAB-273
O.DEKLOTZ
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
DAILY
1:00pm-2:25
LA-122
J.SANTOS
DATES: (#23779 meets 03/17 to 05/16)
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
TTh
1:00pm-2:50
OAB-171
O.DEKLOTZ
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
LA-105
STAFF
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
MW
4:00pm-5:50
LA-122
STAFF
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
OAB-125
STAFF
PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria. Not recommended for students
learning English as a second language. Students must have a diagnosed veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only)
(Formerly ENGL 77)
ENGL 277
READING SKILLS
3
MTWTh
11:00am-11:50 LA-120
J.COVINGTON
PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria or satisfactory completion of
ENGL 277. Not recommended for students learning English as a second language. Students must have a diagnosed
veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ENGL 78)
ENGL 278
READING COMPREHEN
3
MTWTh
9:00am-9:50
LA-120
J.COVINGTON
PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria. Not recommended for students
learning English as a second language. Students must have a diagnosed veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only)
(Formerly ENGL 81)
ENGL 281
SENTENC GRAM/WRIT
3
MTWTh
1:00pm-1:50
LA-120
J.COVINGTON
PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria or satisfactory completion of ENGL
250 or 281. Not primarily recommended for students learning English as a second language. Students must have a
diagnosed veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ENGL 82)
ENGL 282
PARAGRAPH WRITING
3
MTWTh
10:00am-10:50 LA-120
J.COVINGTON

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE


ESL 67
39754
24764
16308
32310

PREREQ: Use of language other than English as a primary language. Designated score on ESL placement test or
completion of ESL 265W with a grade of C or better. (Formerly ENGL 54D) (A, CSU)
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-101
N.QUINTANA
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
MWF
8:00am-9:10
LA-103
S.POTTER
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
MWF
9:00am-11:35
OAB-180
R.SANTOS
DATES: (#16308 meets 03/17 to 05/16)
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
MWF
9:20am-10:30
LA-103
S.POTTER

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

92
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

91066

ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
MWF
10:40am-11:50 LA-103
D.OCKEY
(#91066 is a Learning Community [Life Language and Literature] course and requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 68
[#91016]. For more information, contact the instructor at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8125.)
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
MWF
12:00pm-2:30
LA-123
D.OCKEY
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/14) (Above class is part of the The Network Scholars, a coordinated program
leading to transfer level courses. Concurrent enrollment is required in ESL 68, appropriate MATH, and CIT class. Please
contact Janine Nkosi, counselor, at [559] 244-2609 for further information.)
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
MWF
1:20pm-3:50
LA-103
R.SANTOS
DATES: (#24772 meets 03/17 to 05/16) (#24772 requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 68 [#32007].)
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
LA-123
U.CHALASANI
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
T
6:00pm-9:50
LA-103
A.DOMINGUEZ
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
Th
6:00pm-9:50
LA-104
STAFF

*****

24772
16309
24774
24775

ESL 68
24776
24787
24782
91016
*****

32007
24788
24790
16310

ESL 264R
24810
41911

ESL 264W
24820
24819
24835

ESL 265R
24837
24838
24843
24845
41913

ESL 265W
24849
24852
32006
24854
24856

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: Use of language other than English as a primary language. Designated score on ESL placement test or
completion of ESL 265R with a grade of C or better. (A, CSU)
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
MTWTh
7:00am-7:50
LA-123
E.ADICHO
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
MWF
9:20am-10:30
LA-104
P.VAN VLEET
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
TThF
10:40am-11:50 OAB-173
P.VAN VLEET
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
MWF
12:00pm-1:10
LA-103
P.VAN VLEET
(#91016 is a Learning Community [Life Language and Literature] course and requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 67
[#91066]. For more information, contact the instructor at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8185.)
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
MWF
12:00pm-2:30
LA-123
D.OCKEY
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/23) (Above class is part of the The Network Scholars, a coordinated program
leading to transfer level courses. Concurrent enrollment is required in ESL 67, appropriate Math, and CIT class. Please
contact Janine Nkosi, counselor, at [559] 244-2609 for further information.)
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
MWF
1:20pm-3:50
LA-103
R.SANTOS
DATES: (#32007 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#32007 requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 67 [#24772].)
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
LA-103
STAFF
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
LA-122
C.WALL
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
M
6:00pm-10:05
LA-123
C.SMITH
PREREQ: Use of language other than English as primary language. Designated score on ESL placement test or
completion of ESL 263R with a grade of C or better. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ESL 64R)
ESL 264R
INTER READ/VOCAB
4
TWTh
10:40am-11:45 LA-123 S.HUNEAULT-SCHULTZE
ESL 264R
INTER READ/VOCAB
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
LA-107
K.GRIFFITHS
PREREQ: Use of language other than English as a primary language. Designated score on ESL placement test or
completion of ESL 263W with a grade of C or better. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ENGL 54A and ESL 64 and 64W)
ESL 264W
INTER WRITE/GRAMR
4
TWTh
8:00am-9:05
LA-123
R.TARANGO
ESL 264W
INTER WRITE/GRAMR
4
MTTh
12:00pm-1:10
LA-104
S.POTTER
ESL 264W
INTER WRITE/GRAMR
4
M
6:00pm-10:05
LA-103
C.GUADIAN-DJANIE
PREREQ: Use of language other than English as primary language. Designated score on ESL placement test or
completion of ESL 264R with a grade of C or better. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ESL 64R)
ESL 265R
HIGH INT READ/VOC
4
TThF
8:00am-9:10
LA-103
P.VAN VLEET
ESL 265R
HIGH INT READ/VOC
4
MTTh
9:20am-10:30
LA-123
J.CARROLL
ESL 265R
HIGH INT READ/VOC
4
TWTh
1:20pm-2:25
OAB-173 S.HUNEAULT-SCHULTZE
ESL 265R
HIGH INT READ/VOC
4
MW
4:00pm-5:50
LA-103
D.STARK
ESL 265R
HIGH INT READ/VOC
4
Th
5:00pm-8:50
OAB-180
P.MCILHARGEY
PREREQ: Use of language other than English as a primary language. Designated score on ESL placement test or
completion of ESL 264W with a grade of C or better. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ENGL 64C and ESL 65 and 65W)
ESL 265W
HIGH INT WRIT/GRAM
4
MTTh
8:00am-9:10
LA-123 S.HUNEAULT-SCHULTZE
ESL 265W
HIGH INT WRIT/GRAM
4
TWTh
9:20am-10:25
LA-123 S.HUNEAULT-SCHULTZE
ESL 265W
HIGH INT WRIT/GRAM
4
MWF
9:20am-11:50
OAB-180
R.SANTOS
DATES: (#32006 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
ESL 265W
HIGH INT WRIT/GRAM
4
TTH
3:00pm-4:50
LA-123
S.POTTER
ESL 265W
HIGH INT WRIT/GRAM
4
W
6:00pm-9:50
LA-104
K.KABBANI

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

93

INSTRUCTOR

FASHION MERCHANDISING
FM 27
63280

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also Marketing 22) (A, CSU)
FM 27
FASHION MERCH
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
BE-134
P.HUTTON

FM 28

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (See also MKTG 17)
(Formerly R FAS 17) (A, CSU)
FM 28
VISUAL MERCHAND
3
W
6:00pm-9:50
BE-134
P.HUTTON

63281

FILM
FILM 1
23385
23386
23387

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
FILM 1
FILM STUDIES
3
F
8:30am-11:35
FILM 1
FILM STUDIES
3
MW
3:00pm-4:20
FILM 1
FILM STUDIES
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50

FILM 2A
23388

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FILM 1A) (A, CSU-GE,
FILM 2A
CINEMA 1895-1960
3
TTh
12:00pm-2:50
MS-104
J.MOSES
DATES: (#23388 meets 01/14 to 03/13)

FILM 2B
23389

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FILM 1B) (A, CSU-GE,
FILM 2B
CINEMA 1960-PRES
3
TTh
12:00pm-3:05
MS-104
J.MOSES
DATES: (#23389 meets 03/18 to 05/15)
FILM 2B
CINEMA 1960-PRES
3
MW
1:00pm-2:20
MS-132
D.HAMP
FILM 2B
CINEMA 1960-PRES
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
MS-104
J.MOSES

23390
23391

MS-104
MS-104
MS-132

J.BEAVERS
STAFF
D.HAMP

FIRE TECHNOLOGY
FIRET 1
25889

PREREQ: None. (Formerly FIRE S 1) (A, CSU)


FIRET 1
FIRE PROTECT ORG
3
DATES: (#25889 meets 01/16 to 02/27)

FIRET 2
25891

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 6) (A, CSU)
FIRET 2
FIRE PREVEN TECH
3
F
8:00am-5:05
CTC-I
G.MONCIBAIS
DATES: (#25891 meets 01/17 to 03/07)

FIRET 3

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 7) (A,
CSU)
FIRET 3
EQUIP & SYSTEMS
3
F
8:00am-5:05
CTC-I
G.MONCIBAIS
DATES: (#25897 meets 03/14 to 05/02)

25897

Th

8:00am-5:05

CTC-I

G.MONCIBAIS

FIRET 4
25912

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 5) (A, CSU)
FIRET 4
BLDG CONSTRUCTION
3
M
8:00am-5:05
CTC-I
G.MONCIBAIS
DATES: (#25912 meets 01/13 to 03/10)

FIRET 5
25915

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 3) (A, CSU)
FIRET 5
FIRE/BHAV/COMBUST
3
M
8:00am-5:05
CTC-I
G.MONCIBAIS
DATES: (#25915 meets 03/17 to 05/05)

FIRET 8

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 8) (A,
CSU)
FIRET 8
FIRE HYDRAULICS
3
Th
8:00am-5:05
CTC-I
G.MONCIBAIS
DATES: (#25916 meets 03/13 to 05/01)

25916

FIRET 9
25918

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 9) (A, CSU)
FIRET 9
FIRE FIGHT PRAC
3
W
8:00am-5:05
CTC-I
G.MONCIBAIS
DATES: (#25918 meets 01/15 to 02/26)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

CTC-J
ARR
CTC-J

G.MONCIBAIS
G.MONCIBAIS
G.MONCIBAIS

FIRET 130A
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A)
FIRET 130A
BAS FIRE ACADEMY 1
13
MTWTh
6:00pm-09:50
AND
ARR
AND
S
8:00am-5:05
DATES: (Above class meets 01/06 to 08/06)

FIRET 131

PREREQ: Possession of a valid CPR card that proves training equivalent to the American Heart Associations Guideline
2000 for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care at the Health Provider level. ADVISORY:
Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 60 and FIRE S 31 and FIRET 31) (A)
FIRET 131
EMERG MED TECH 1
10
TWTh
6:00pm-9:50
CTC-E
R.LAKELA
AND
ARR
ARR
R.LAKELA
DATES: (#67156 meets 01/14 to 05/22)
FIRET 131
EMERG MED TECH 1
10
TWTh
6:00pm-9:50
CTC-I
W.BROTSIS
AND
ARR
ARR
W.BROTSIS
DATES: (#67122 meets 01/14 to 05/22)

67156
67122

FIRET 134
*****

PREREQ: FIRET 133. (A)


FIRET 134
PARAMEDIC CLINCL

4
AND

ARR
ARR

OFF
ARR

W.BROTSIS
W.BROTSIS

DATES: (Above class meets 01/27 to 05/30)

FIRET 150C
25921

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 50C and FIRET 50C) (A)
FIRET 150C
FIRE MGMT 1
2
T
8:00am-5:05
CTC-I
G.MONCIBAIS
DATES: (#25921 meets 04/01 to 05/06)

FIRET 150E
25924

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FIRE S 50E and FIRET 50E) (A)
FIRET 150E
FIRE COMMAND 1B
2
T
8:00am-5:05
CTC-I
G.MONCIBAIS
DATES: (#25924 meets 01/14 to 02/11)

FIRET 261

PREREQ: Valid Emergency Medical Technician 1 course completion certicate. (OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT) (Formerly
FIRE S 61 and FIRET 61)
FIRET 261
EMT 1 REFRESHER
1
TWTh
CTC-E
W.BROTSIS
DATES: (#67256 meets 01/14 to 05/23)
FIRET 261
EMT 1 REFRESHER
1
TWTh
CTC-I
W.BROTSIS
DATES: (#67222 meets 01/14 to 05/23)

67256
67222

FOOD AND NUTRITION


FN 1
25096

FN 2
25102

FN 35
25093

FN 40
24275
24279
24280
24281
24282
25092

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. MATH 250 recommended. (Formerly HEC
1) (A, CSU)
FN 1
FOOD PREPARATION
3
MTW
9:00am-12:10
AH-110
J.DAVEY
DATES: (#25096 meets 01/13 to 03/12) (This section requires a $30 materials fee. This does not include additional
student costs for culinary uniform and culinary tools.)
PREREQ: FN 1. (A, CSU)
FN 2
ADV FOOD PREP
3
MTW
9:00am-1:05
AH-110
J.DAVEY
DATES: (#25102 meets 03/17 to 05/14) (This section requires a $30 materials fee. This does not include additional
student costs for culinary uniform and culinary tools.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly H EC 60) (A, CSU, UC)
FN 35
NUTRITION & HLTH
3
TW
2:30pm-5:20
OAB-271
R.CERDA
DATES: (#25093 meets 01/14 to 03/12)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly H EC 40) (A, CSU, UC)
FN 40
NUTRITION
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 SO-104
R.CERDA
FN 40
NUTRITION
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 SO-104
R.CERDA
FN 40
NUTRITION
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 SO-104
R.CERDA
FN 40
NUTRITION
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
HS-210
K.EICHMANN
FN 40
NUTRITION
3
TTh
5:00pm-6:15
SO-208
N.CANNON
FN 40
NUTRITION
3
TTh
6:00pm-7:15
SO-211
I.ARRAMBIDE

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

66119

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly H EC 43) (See also WSTS 43) (A,
CSU)
FN 43
WOMEN NUTRITION
2
T
6:30pm-8:20
OAB-271
N.CANNON

24332

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. FN 40 or equivalent strongly
recommended. Concurrent enrollment in FSM 19 recommended. (Formerly DT SER 5 and H EC 5) (A, CSU)
FN 45
THERAPEUTIC DIETS
3
M
2:30pm-5:35
OAB-216

FN 43

FN 45

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

95

INSTRUCTOR

R.CERDA

FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT


FSM 11
25105

FSM 15
25108

FSM 19
*****

FSM 25
25111

FSM 35
25114
25115

FSM 38
25122

FSM 146
25106

FSM 147
25107

FSM 162
25109

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 69 and concurrent enrollment in FSM 19 recommended.
(Formerly DT SER 11) (A, CSU)
FSM 11
FD SERV SUPERVSN
2
Th
9:00am-10:50
AH-110
B.THOMPSON
ADVISORY: FSM 35 recommended. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. MATH 250
recommended. Concurrent enrollment in FSM 19 recommended. (Formerly DT SER 15) (A, CSU)
FSM 15
FD PRODUCTN MGMT
2
Th
11:00am-12:50 AH-110
B.THOMPSON
COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (Formerly DT SER 19) (A, CSU)
FSM 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
W
6:30pm-7:20
OAB-217
STAFF
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
STAFF
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. MATH 250 recommended. (Formerly FD
SER 66) (A, CSU)
FSM 25
FOOD/BEVRG CNTRL
2
Th
1:00pm-5:15
AH-110
C.RAYBURN
DATES: (#25111 meets 03/20 to 05/15)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. Concurrent enrollment in FSM 19
recommended. (Formerly DT SER 35) (A, CSU)
FSM 35
SAN/SAFETY/EQUIP
2
WTh
1:00pm-2:50
HS-160
J.DAVEY
DATES: (#25114 meets 01/15 to 03/13)
FSM 35
SAN/SAFETY/EQUIP
2
WTh
1:00pm-2:50
HS-160
J.DAVEY
DATES: (#25115 meets 03/19 to 05/15)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. MATH 250 recommended. (Formerly DT
SER 58) (A, CSU)
FSM 38
QUANTITY FD PREP
3
MTW
1:30pm-5:20
AH-110
C.RAYBURN
DATES: (#25122 meets 01/13 to 03/12) (This section requires a $50 materials fee. This does not include additional
student costs for culinary uniform and culinary tools.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. MATH 250 recommended. (Formerly FSM
46) (A)
FSM 146
ELEM FS COMP 1
1.5
MT
1:00pm-2:20
HS-160
J.DAVEY
DATES: (#25106 meets 01/13 to 03/11)
PREREQ: FSM 146. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. MATH 250
recommended. (Formerly FSM 47) (A)
FSM 147
ELEM FS COMP 2
1.5
MT
1:30pm-2:50
HS-160
DATES: (#25107 meets 03/17 to 05/13)

J.DAVEY

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FD SER 62 and FSM 62) (A)
FSM 162
CHLD MENU PLANNG
3
T
4:00pm-6:50
SO-212
N.WHALEN

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

FOREIGN LANGUAGES
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
ASL 1
25052
25058
25060
22602

ASL 2

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ASL 1A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ASL 1
BEG AM SIGN LANG
4
MTWTh
9:00am-10:50
OAB-273 N.MITCHELL-CARROLL
DATES: (#25052 meets 01/13 to 03/13)
ASL 1
BEG AM SIGN LANG
4
MW
4:00pm-5:50
LA-202
C.HODGES
ASL 1
BEG AM SIGN LANG
4
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
LA-202
J.LESSARD
ASL 1
BEG AM SIGN LANG
4
MW
6:00pm-7:50
LA-106
K.CATRON

25063
25066

PREREQ: ASL 1 or two years of high school ASL or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67
and 68 recommended. (Formerly ASL 1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ASL 2
HIGH-BEG ASL
4
MTWTh
9:00am-10:50
OAB-273 N.MITCHELL-CARROLL
DATES: (#25064 meets 03/17 to 05/22)
ASL 2
HIGH-BEG ASL
4
MW
12:00pm-1:50
LA-126
N.MITCHELL-CARROLL
ASL 2
HIGH-BEG ASL
4
TTh
6:00pm-7:50
LA-202
L.PAINTER

25067

PREREQ: ASL 2 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly
ASL 2A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ASL 3
INT AM SIGN LANG
4
TTh
4:00pm-5:50
LA-201
C.HODGES

25068

PREREQ: ASL 3 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly
ASL 2B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ASL 4
HIGH-INTERMD ASL
4
MW
6:00pm-7:50
LA-202
C.HODGES

25070

PREREQ: ASL 3 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSUGE, UC)
ASL 6
STRUCTURE OF ASL
3
TTh
12:00pm-1:15
LA-203
N.MITCHELL-CARROLL

32441

PREREQ: ASL 2 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSUGE, UC, I)
ASL 7
DEAF HISTORY
3
TTh
6:00pm-7:15
LA-203
C.HODGES

ASL 21
32445

PREREQ: ASL 3 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
ASL 21
ASL TO ENLG TRANS
3
TTh
4:00pm-5:15
LA-126
STAFF

ASL 22
39808

PREREQ: ASL 3 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
ASL 22
ENGL TO ASL TRANS
3
MW
4:00pm-5:15
OAB-131
STAFF

25064

ASL 3

ASL 4

ASL 6

ASL 7

ARMENIAN
ARMEN 2
25072

PREREQ: ARMEN 1 or 2 years of high school Armenian or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or
ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly ARMEN 1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ARMEN 2
HIGH-BEGIN ARMEN
5
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
LA-207
A.TOPOUZKHANIAN

CHINESE
CHIN 1
25328

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CHIN 1A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHIN 1
BEGIN CHINESE
5
TTh
11:00am-1:15
LA-107
L.MANN

CHIN 2

PREREQ: CHIN 1 or 2 years of high school Chinese or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL
67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly CHIN 1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHIN 2
HIGH-BEG CHINESE
5
TTh
1:30pm-3:45
LA-107
L.MANN

25076

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

97

INSTRUCTOR

FRENCH
FRENCH 1
25078

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FRENCH 1A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
FRENCH 1
BEGIN FRENCH
5
MW
2:30pm-4:45
OAB-173
S.TAYLOR

FRENCH 2

PREREQ: FRENCH 1 or 2 years of high school French or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL
67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly FRENCH 1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
FRENCH 2
HIGH-BEG FRENCH
5
MW
12:00pm-2:15
LA-206
S.TAYLOR

25091

GERMAN
GERMAN 1
15967

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly GERMAN 1A) (A, CSU-GE, UC,
I)
GERMAN 1
BEGIN GERMAN
5
MW
4:00pm-6:15
OAB-180
J.RITCHIE

HMONG
HMONG 1
25095

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly HMONG 1A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
HMONG 1
BEGINNING HMONG
5
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
OAB-171
K.YANG

HMONG 2

PREREQ: HMONG 1 or 2 years of high school Hmong or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL
67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly HMONG 1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
HMONG 2
HIGH-BEGIN HMONG
5
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
LA-107
T.CHA

25097

JAPANESE
JAPAN 1
32446

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly JAPAN 1A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
JAPAN 1
BEGIN JAPANESE
5
MW
4:00pm-6:15
LA-126
K.HOWARD

JAPAN 2

PREREQ: JAPAN 1 or 2 years of high school Japanese or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or
ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly JAPAN 1B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
JAPAN 2
HIGH-BEGIN JAPAN
5
MW
6:30pm-8:45
LA-126
K.HOWARD

25098

PORTUGUESE
PORT 2
25330

PREREQ: PORT 1, or 2 years of high school Portuguese or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or
ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
PORT 2
HIGH-BEG PORTGUSE
5
MW
5:00pm-7:15
LA-206
D.ROSS

SPANISH
SPAN 1
25100
25113
25118
25121
25116
25117
25120
25132
25136
25135

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPAN 1A) (C-ID SPAN 100) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
DAILY
7:00am-7:50
LA-202
C.MATA
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
LA-202
S.FERRER
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
MW
8:00am-10:15
LA-126
N.MAROOT
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
DAILY
9:00am-9:50
LA-201
M.GARCIA
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
DAILY
9:00am-10:50
LA-202
S.FERRER
DATES: (#25116 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
DAILY
9:00am-10:50
LA-203
J.PINKARD
DATES: (#25117 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
DAILY
10:00am-10:50 LA-201
M.GARCIA
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
TTh
12:00pm-2:15
OAB-180
C.MATA
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
TTh
1:30pm-3:45
LA-201
J.MARTINEZ
SPAN 1
BEGIN SPANISH
5
MW
1:30pm-3:50
LA-201
Y.GARZA

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

25112
25138
25119
26403
25141
25143

SPAN 1
SPAN 1
SPAN 1
SPAN 1
SPAN 1
SPAN 1

BEGIN SPANISH
BEGIN SPANISH
BEGIN SPANISH
BEGIN SPANISH
BEGIN SPANISH
BEGIN SPANISH

5
5
5
5
5
5

MW
TTh
MW
MW
TTh
TTh

SPAN 2
25144
25146
25145
25148
25150
25156

SPAN 3
25157

SPAN 3NS
25162
25323

SPAN 4
25324

SPAN 4NS
25325

SPAN 5
15708

SPAN 7
22970

TIMES

2:00pm-4:15
3:00pm-5:15
5:00pm-7:15
6:00pm-8:15
6:00pm-8:15
7:00pm-9:15

ROOM

LA-207
LA-207
OAB-273
LA-207
LA-106
LA-201

INSTRUCTOR

S.CORTES
M.CORONEL
M.CORONEL
STAFF
Y.RAMIREZ
M.CORONEL

PREREQ: SPAN 1 or 2 years of high school Spanish or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL
67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPAN 1B) (C-ID SPAN 110) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
SPAN 2
HIGH-BEG SPANISH
5
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
LA-201
R.MARTINEZ
SPAN 2
HIGH-BEG SPANISH
5
DAILY
9:00am-10:50
LA-202
S.FERRER
DATES: (#25146 meets 03/17 to 05/23)
SPAN 2
HIGH-BEG SPANISH
5
MW
9:00am-11:15
LA-207
R.MARTINEZ
SPAN 2
HIGH-BEG SPANISH
5
TTh
9:00am-11:15
LA-207
R.MARTINEZ
SPAN 2
HIGH-BEG SPANISH
5
TTh
2:00pm-4:15
LA-206
Y.GARZA
SPAN 2
HIGH-BEG SPANISH
5
MW
6:00pm-8:15
LA-201
L.ABULAYLA
PREREQ: SPAN 2, or three years of high school Spanish or equivalent (extensive living experience with the language).
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPAN 2A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
SPAN 3
INTER SPANISH
5
MW
11:30am-1:50
LA-207
S.CORTES
PREREQ: Three years of high school Spanish or a basic speaking knowledge of Spanish. ADVISORY: Eligibility for
ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPAN 21) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
SPAN 3NS
INT SPAN SPEAKERS
5
DAILY
9:00am-10:50
LA-203
J.PINKARD
DATES: (#25162 meets 03/17 to 05/23)
SPAN 3NS
INT SPAN SPEAKERS
5
MW
11:00am-1:15
LA-201
N.MAROOT
PREREQ: SPAN 3 or 3NS or equivalent (extensive living experience with the language). ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL
125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPAN 2B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
SPAN 4
HIGH-INT SPANISH
5
TTh
11:00am-1:15
LA-201
J.PINKARD
PREREQ: SPAN 3NS or a basic speaking knowledge of Spanish. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67
and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPAN 22) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
SPAN 4NS
HIGH INT SPAN SPKR
5
TTh
11:00am-1:15
LA-202
N.MAROOT
PREREQ: SPAN 4 or Spanish 4NS, or equivalent (extensive using Spanish at home, at work or abroad). ADVISORY:
Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPAN 3A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
SPAN 5
MEX/SPN/US STORY
4
MW
11:00am-12:50 LA-203
J.PINKARD
PREREQ: SPAN 4 or 4NS or equivalent (experience using Spanish at home, at work or abroad). ADVISORY: Eligibility
for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
SPAN 7
ADV COMP/GRAM
4
TTh
11:30am-1:20
LA-207
R.MARTINEZ

GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 2
24333

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (C-ID GEOG 120) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
GEOG 2
CULTURAL GEOG
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
OAB-231

GEOG 4A

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly GEOG 4) (C-ID GEOG 125 = GEOG 4A + GEOG 4B) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
GEOG 4A
WORLD GEOG
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
SO-212
J.KOSHEAR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
GEOG 4A
WORLD GEOG
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 SO-212
J.KOSHEAR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
GEOG 4A
WORLD GEOG
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 SO-212
J.KOSHEAR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
GEOG 4A
WORLD GEOG
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
SO-104
S.BOYD
GEOG 4A
WORLD GEOG
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
SO-209
L.WEAVER

24338
24334
24337
26334
24346

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

J.TEEPLE

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GEOG 4B
24347
24350
24348
24394
24401

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly GEOG 5) (C-ID GEOG 125 = GEOG 4A + GEOG 4B) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
GEOG 4B
WORLD GEOG
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
HS-120
J.TEEPLE
GEOG 4B
WORLD GEOG
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
OAB-231
J.TEEPLE
GEOG 4B
WORLD GEOG
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
HS-120
J.TEEPLE
GEOG 4B
WORLD GEOG
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-231
J.TEEPLE
GEOG 4B
WORLD GEOG
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
SO-209
L.WEAVER

GEOG 7
24754

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


GEOG 7
EARTHS SURFACE
4
MW
2:00pm-3:15
AND
T
2:00pm-3:50

GEOG 8
24759

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (C-ID GEOG 130) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
GEOG 8
WEATHER/CLIMATE
4
TTh
3:00pm-4:15
OAB-274
AND
T
11:30am-1:20
S-280
GEOG 8
WEATHER/CLIMATE
4
M
7:30pm-10:35
S-100
AND
W
7:30pm-9:20
S-100

S.BOYD
S.BOYD
J.FOX
J.FOX

GEOG 10
24751

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 201 recommended. CIT 15 is desirable. (A, CSU, UC)
GEOG 10
INTRO TO GIS
3
TTh
6:00pm-8:50
S-20

X.YANG

GEOG 20
26265

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


GEOG 20
GEOG OF CALIF
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 SO-212
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

24823

S-290
S-280

J.KOSHEAR
J.KOSHEAR

J.KOSHEAR

GEOLOGY
GEOL 1
24830
24831
24825
24826
24824

PREREQ: MATH 201. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID GEOL 101) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
GEOL 1
PHYSICAL GEOL
4
MWF
8:00am-8:50
S-290
B.ANGLEN
AND
T
8:00am-9:50
S-280
B.ANGLEN
GEOL 1
PHYSICAL GEOL
4
MWF
9:00am-9:50
S-290
B.ANGLEN
AND
Th
8:00am-9:50
S-280
B.ANGLEN
GEOL 1
PHYSICAL GEOL
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:15
S-290
C.POOLE
AND
W
8:00am-9:50
S-280
C.POOLE
GEOL 1
PHYSICAL GEOL
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:15
S-290
C.POOLE
AND
W
10:00am-11:50 S-280
C.POOLE
GEOL 1
PHYSICAL GEOL
4
TTh
1:30pm-2:45
S-290
C.POOLE
AND
W
12:00pm-1:50
S-280
C.POOLE

GEOL 2
24834

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID GEOL 110) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
GEOL 2
HISTORICAL GEOL
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
S-200
STAFF

GEOL 2L
25329

COREQ: GEOL 2. (A, CSU)


GEOL 2L
HIST GEOL LAB

GEOL 3
24839

PREREQ: GEOL 1. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
GEOL 3
GEOL FIELD STUDIES
1-2
ARR
ARR
AND
ARR
ARR

GEOL 5
24840

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
GEOL 5
INTRO OCEAN
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 S-290

B.ANGLEN

GEOL 7
24841

PREREQ: BIOL 3. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


GEOL 7
HIST OF DINOSAURS

S-280

B.ANGLEN

GEOL 9
24842

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
GEOL 9
INT TO EARTH SCI
4
M
2:00pm-5:05
S-280
AND
W
3:00pm-4:50
S-280

C.POOLE
C.POOLE

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

TTh

11:00am-1:50

10:00am-11:15

S-280

STAFF
STAFF
STAFF

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

100
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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS
GRC 5
26190

GRC 10
26191

GRC 14
26192

GRC 15
26193
26194

GRC 17
26195

GRC 18
26196

GRC 20
26197

GRC 22
67135

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. Fullls computer literacy graduation
requirement. (Formerly PT 5) (A, CSU)
GRC 5
INT TO MACINTOSH
1
Th
12:00pm-1:50
T-400C
E.KESTERSON
DATES: (#26190 meets 01/16 to 03/13)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (Formerly REPRO 52 and PT 10) (A, CSU)
GRC 10
INTRO GRAPH COMM
2
F
9:00am-10:50
T-400A
R.CARLOS
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 14
ADOBE ACROBAT PROF
3
T
6:00pm-10:50
T-400D
D.MEYERS
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 15
WEB PG CONSTR I
4
TTh
12:00pm-2:50
T-400A
C.POLANOWSKI
GRC 15
WEB PG CONSTR I
4
TTh
6:00pm-8:50
T-400A
R.LUNA
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (Formerly PT 17) (A, CSU)
GRC 17
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR
3
Th
6:00pm-10:50
T-400D
E.KESTERSON
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 18
PRODUCTION
3
TTh
9:00am-11:15
T-400D
STAFF
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (Formerly REPRO 64 and PT 20) (A, CSU)
GRC 20
GRAPHIC COMMNCTNS
3
MW
9:00am-11:20
T-400D
C.POLANOWSKI
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 22
MULTIMEDIA 1
4
MW
1:00pm-3:50
T-400D
C.POLANOWSKI

GRC 23
67235

PREREQ: GRC 22. Fullls computer literacy graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 23
MULTIMEDIA2
4
MW
1:00pm-3:50

GRC 24

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 24
FLASH ANIMATION
3
MW
1:00pm-3:20
T-400A
B.RUSSELL

26200

GRC 27
26201

GRC 30
26202

GRC 31
26203

GRC 34
26204

T-400D

C.POLANOWSKI

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 27
DIGITAL VIDEO PR
4
MW
9:00am-11:50
T-400A
B.RUSSELL
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (Formerly PT 30) (A, CSU)
GRC 30
ADOBE INDESIGN
3
W
6:00pm-10:50
T-400D
J.COOKSEY
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 31
PHOTOSHOP
3
TTh
9:00am-11:15
T-400A
V.PEARSON
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and MATH 201, and GRC 24 recommended. Fullls
computer literacy graduation requirement. (A, CSU)
GRC 34
INTRO TO 3D ANIMTN
3
MW
6:00pm-10:20
T-400A
D.SMITH

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

GRC 39A
67136

GRC 40A
67236

GRC 41
26207

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

101
INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. Fullls computer literacy
graduation requirement. (Formerly PT 39 and GRC 39) (A, CSU)
GRC 39A
GRAPHIC DESGN I
3
TTh
2:00pm-4:15
T-400D
E.KESTERSON
PREREQ: GRC 39A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended.
(Formerly PT 40 and GRC 40) (A, CSU)
GRC 40A
GRAPHIC DESGN II
3
TTh
2:00pm-4:15
T-400D
E.KESTERSON
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. Fullls computer literacy graduation
requirement. (Formerly REPRO 57 and PT 41) (A, CSU)
GRC 41
VISUAL COMMUNCAT
3
M
6:00pm-10:50
T-400D
D.STANDRIDGE

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


HIT 2
26553

HIT 4
26554

HIT 5
26555

HIT 7
26561

HIT 8
26556

HIT 10
23599

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly MRT 2) (A, CSU)
HIT 2
LEGAL ASPECTS
2
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
(#26553 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PREREQ: HIT 10 and BIOL 5. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HIT 4
DISEASE PROCESS
3
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
(#26554 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PREREQ: HIT 10. COREQ: HIT 4. ADVISORY gtg : Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU)
HIT 5
INTRO TO CODING
3
ARR
WEB
L.PERRY
(#26555 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or luann.perry@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PREREQ: HIT 3 and HIT 6. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (PASS/NO
PASS only) (A, CSU)
HIT 7
DIRECTED PRACTICE
5
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
AND
ARR
ARR
S.EDWARDS
(For further information contact the instructor at sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559]244-2641.)
PREREQ: HIT 1. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HIT 8
MGMT AND SUPRVSN
3
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
(#26556 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly MRT 10) (A, CSU)
HIT 10
MED TERMINOLOGY
3
ARR
WEB
J.CHISHOLM
(#23599 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or janet.chisholm@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

102
P

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

26550

HIT 10
MED TERMINOLOGY
3
ARR
WEB
R.CLARK
(#26550 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or rebecca.clark@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
HIT 10
MED TERMINOLOGY
3
TTh
8:30am-9:45
HS-260
J.KULBETH
HIT 10
MED TERMINOLOGY
3
MW
9:00am-10:15
HS-260
STAFF
HIT 10
MED TERMINOLOGY
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
HS-250
C.WADDLE

23622
23617
26560

HIT 11
26551

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: HIT 10. COREQ: HIT 4. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and ESL 68 recommended. (A,
CSU)
HIT 11
CPT CODING
3
ARR
WEB
J.CHISHOLM
(#26551 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or janet.chisholm@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

HIT 12
26552

PREREQ: HIT 1. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HIT 12
ALTERNATVE SETNG
2
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
(#26552 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

HIT 15
23600

PREREQ: HIT 6. COREQ: HIT 11. (A, CSU)


HIT 15
MEDICAL CODING
1
ARR
ARR
S.EDWARDS
(For further information contact the instructor at sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559] 244-2641.)

HEALTH SCIENCE
HLTH 1
15709

15720
25636
25637
25638
25640
25641
25642
25643
25644
25645
25646

HLTH 2
25648
25649
25650
25647

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
ARR
WEB
M.MENDRIN
AND
ARR
ARR
M.MENDRIN
(#15709 is a web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. There will be 1 on campus meeting by arrangement. For additional
information, contact the instructor at michael.mendrin@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
MWF
7:00am-7:50
HS-150
M.MENDRIN
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
HS-150
J.REYES
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
HS-150
R.SCHEIDT
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
HS-150
J.REYES
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
HS-150
R.SCHEIDT
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 HS-150
B.TESSLER
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 HS-150
B.TESSLER
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 HS-150
T.SCHULTE
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
HS-150
T.SCHULTE
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
HS-150
J.MATTOX
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
HS-150
L.BURNETT
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
HLTH 2
FIRST AID&SAFETY
2
MW
9:00am-9:50
HS-250
HLTH 2
FIRST AID&SAFETY
2
MW
10:00am-10:50 HS-250
HLTH 2
FIRST AID&SAFETY
2
MW
11:00am-11:50 HS-250
HLTH 2
FIRST AID&SAFETY
2
T
7:00pm-8:50
HS-250

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

C.KADINGO
C.KADINGO
C.KADINGO
R.SCHEIDT

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

103

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

B.RUTISHAUSER
B.RUTISHAUSER
B.RUTISHAUSER
C.LONGAN

HISTORY
HIST 1
24410
24418
24420
24409

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (C-ID HIST 170) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
HIST 1
WEST CIV TO 1648
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
HIST 1
WEST CIV TO 1648
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
HIST 1
WEST CIV TO 1648
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50
HIST 1
WEST CIV TO 1648
3
M
6:30pm-9:35

FH-103
SO-104
SO-209
SO-210

HIST 2
24466
24517
24519

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 2
W CIV SINCE 1648
3
TTh
HIST 2
W CIV SINCE 1648
3
TTh
HIST 2
W CIV SINCE 1648
3
Th

SO-210
SO-210
OAB-119

HIST 2H

ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program recommended. See
Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (Formerly HONORS 2H) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
HIST 2H
HONWCIV SNC 1648
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
SO-209
A.SIROKY
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for more information.)

*****

8:00am-9:15
11:00am-12:15
6:30pm-9:20

HIST 3
24553

ADVISORY: ENGL 1A and HIST 1. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 3
HIST-ANCIEN ROME
3
MWF

HIST 11
24424
24427
24442
24443
24429
24432
24441

ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (C-ID HIST 130) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 11
U S TO 1877
3
MWF
7:00am-7:50
SO-209
HIST 11
U S TO 1877
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
SO-209
HIST 11
U S TO 1877
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
SO-209
HIST 11
U S TO 1877
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 SO-209
HIST 11
U S TO 1877
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
FH-103
HIST 11
U S TO 1877
3
TTh
3:30pm-4:45
FH-103
HIST 11
U S TO 1877
3
MW
5:00pm-6:20
SO-210
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
HIST 11
U S TO 1877
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
SO-104

24422

9:00am-9:50

SO-209

K.CRAWFORD
K.CRAWFORD
C.LONGAN

B.RUTISHAUSER
K.CRAWFORD
K.CRAWFORD
A.SIROKY
A.SIROKY
J.HEYNE
J.HEYNE
M.JESSIE
L.AILANJIAN

HIST 12
24455
26338
24460
24464
24456
24457
24453
24454
26337
24458
24445

ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (C-ID HIST 140) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
MWF
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
MWF
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
MWF
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
MWF
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
TTh
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
MW
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
TTh
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
TTh
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
MW
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
W
HIST 12
U S SINCE 1877
3
Th

HIST 12H

ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program recommended. See
Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (A, CSU)
HIST 12H
HON U S SINCE 1877
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 SO-209
P.GILMORE
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for more information.)

*****

7:00am-7:50
8:00am-8:50
9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50
12:30pm-1:45
1:00pm-2:20
2:00pm-3:15
3:30pm-4:45
3:30pm-4:50
6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-8:50

SO-208
SO-104
SO-210
SO-210
FH-101
OAB-271
SO-210
SO-210
OAB-231
OAB-271
OAB-217

HIST 15
24465

ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 15
BRITISH ISLES

HIST 20
24544

ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (C-ID HIST 150) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 20
WORLD HISTORY I
3
MW
2:00pm-3:20
SO-210
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
HIST 20
WORLD HISTORY I
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
SO-210

24547

HIST 22
24549

TTh

5:00pm-6:15

SO-210

ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 22
HIST AMER WOMEN
3
MW
3:30pm-4:50
SO-210
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

M.EISSINGER
M.EISSINGER
A.SIROKY
A.SIROKY
P.GILMORE
P.GILMORE
M.CARDEN
M.CARDEN
A.JOHNSON
A.JOHNSON
J.BERG

B.HART
M.JESSIE
C.LONGAN
M.JESSIE

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

SO-210

K.CRAWFORD

HIST 25
24551

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 25
HISTORY US RELIGION
3
MWF

HIST 29
66218

Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also CLS 29) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
HIST 29
HISTRY OF MEXICO
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
AH-108

HIST 34
24555

ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HIST 34
AMER CIVIL RIGHTS

TTh

11:00am-11:50

9:30am-10:45

SO-210

C.PEREZ
P.GILMORE

HONORS PROGRAM
ART 6H
*****

ECON 40H
*****

ENGL 3H
*****
*****

HIST 12H
*****

HIST 2H
*****

HONORS 1C
*****

PHIL 1AH
*****

POLSCI 2H
*****

ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program recommended. See
Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (Formerly ART 26H and HONORS 6A) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ART 6H
HON ART HISTORY2
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
OAB-127
S.SOSA
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)
PREREQ: MATH 103. ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance in the Honors Program
recommended. See Honors Program listing in the college catalog. Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly
ECON 1BH) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ECON 40H
HON MICROECON
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-119
A.PANKRATZ
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for more information.)
PREREQ: ENGL 1A. ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program
recommended. See Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (C-ID ENGL 105) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ENGL 3H
HON CRIT RD WRTG
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
OAB-273
M.ROBERTS
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)
ENGL 3H
HON CRIT RD WRTG
3
MW
2:00pm-3:15
LA-108
C.ROOKS
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)
ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program recommended. See
Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (A, CSU)
HIST 12H
HON U S SINCE 1877
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 SO-209
P.GILMORE
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for more information.)
ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors Program recommended. See
Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (Formerly HONORS 2H) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
HIST 2H
HONWCIV SNC 1648
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
SO-209
A.SIROKY
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for more information.)
COREQ: Meet the qualications for acceptance into the Honors Program. PHIL 1AH, HIST 1H or 2H, ART 5H or 6H, or
ENGL 1BH or 3H or HUMAN 10H or 11H. See Honors Program listing in college catalog. (A, CSU, UC)
HONORS 1C HON HUMANITIES
1
F
12:00pm-12:50 LA-202
S.SOSA
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)
PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors
Program recommended. See Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (Formerly HONORS 1P) (C-ID PHIL 100) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
PHIL 1AH
HON KNOW/REALITY
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-125
K.YBARRA
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)
PREREQ: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors
Program recommended. See Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
POLSCI 2H
HON AMERICAN GOV
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 SO-221
S.JOHAL
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for more information.)
H O N O R S

P R O G R A M

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

HUMAN SERVICES
HS 10
66152
66121
66120

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also SOC 10) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
HS 10
INT AGING STUDIES
3
MW
1:30pm-2:50
OAB-217
W.DAILEY JR
HS 10
INT AGING STUDIES
3
MW
3:00pm-4:20
OAB-217
W.DAILEY JR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
HS 10
INT AGING STUDIES
3
MW
5:00pm-6:20
OAB-217
W.DAILEY JR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

HS 18
26349
24560

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HS 18
ALC/DRUG COUNSEL
2
MW
10:00am-10:50 AH-106
HS 18
ALC/DRUG COUNSEL
2
Th
6:00pm-7:50
AH-108

HS 19A

PREREQ: HS 20. COREQ: HS 24. Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition
to occupational work experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised
employment directly related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
HS 19A
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
W
5:00pm-5:50
HS-210
R.CLIFT
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
R.CLIFT

*****

HS 19B
*****

J.KIRBY
C.CALLAGHAN

PREREQ: HS 42 and 43. COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition
to occupational work experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised
employment directly related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
HS 19B
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
W
5:00pm-5:50
SO-208
J.KIRBY
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
J.KIRBY

HS 20
24561
24562
24564
26348

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
HS 20
INT TO SOC WEL
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
AH-208
HS 20
INT TO SOC WEL
3
MW
12:00pm-1:20
SO-211
HS 20
INT TO SOC WEL
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
SO-211
HS 20
INT TO SOC WEL
3
MW
4:00pm-5:20
OAB-119

R.CLIFT
S.HOLFORD
S.HOLFORD
D.HARRIS

HS 24
24565
24569
24573

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HS 24
COUNSEL & INTERV
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
SO-211
HS 24
COUNSEL & INTERV
3
MW
1:30pm-2:50
SO-211
HS 24
COUNSEL & INTERV
3
Th
6:30pm-9:20
SO-210

S.HOLFORD
S.HOLFORD
S.HOLFORD

HS 25
66123

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also WSTS 25) (A, CSU)
HS 25
ASSERT TRAINING
2
M
6:00pm-8:05
OAB-216

D.HARRIS

HS 30
24578
24576

COREQ: HS 20. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HS 30
GRP/COMM SOC SER
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
SO-211
HS 30
GRP/COMM SOC SER
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-216

R.VIVIAN
D.HARRIS

HS 40

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Not open to students with credit in HS/
SOC 41) (A, CSU)
HS 40
ALCHOL/DRUG COUNS
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
HS-160
J.KIRBY
HS 40
ALCHOL/DRUG COUNS
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 HS-160
J.KIRBY
HS 40
ALCHOL/DRUG COUNS
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
AH-106
S.HIRASUNA

24583
24585
24582

HS 42
24594
24592
24587

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HS 42
ALCOHOL COUNSEL
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 AH-208
HS 42
ALCOHOL COUNSEL
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
AH-106
HS 42
ALCOHOL COUNSEL
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
SO-211

HS 43
24596
24598

PREREQ: HS 42. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HS 43
ALCOHOL COUNSEL
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 AH-208
HS 43
ALCOHOL COUNSEL
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-216

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

J.KIRBY
S.HIRASUNA
C.CALLAGHAN
J.KIRBY
D.MILLER

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

24599
24601

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Not open to students with credit in HS
45) (A, CSU)
HS 44
DRUGS: PHYS&PSY
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 AH-208
C.GAROUPA
HS 44
DRUGS: PHYS&PSY
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
AH-208
D.MILLER

HS 44

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

HUMANITIES
HUMAN 10
24039

PREREQ: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


HUMAN 10
CLASSICL HUMANIT

OAB-180

J.RYAN

HUMAN 11
24040
24042

PREREQ: ENGL 1A. HUMAN 10 is NOT a prerequisite for this course. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
HUMAN 11
MODERN HUMANITES
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-171
HUMAN 11
MODERN HUMANITES
3
MW
1:00pm-2:15
OAB-171

J.RYAN
J.RYAN

TTh

8:00am-9:15

JOURNALISM
JOURN 1
23398
26463
23401

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID JOUR 100) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
JOURN 1
INTRO MASS COMMUN
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
OAB-127
STAFF
JOURN 1
INTRO MASS COMMUN
3
MW
9:00am-10:20
OAB-127
J.BEAVERS
JOURN 1
INTRO MASS COMMUN
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-127
J.MARTIN

JOURN 3
69111

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (C-ID JOUR 110) (A, CSU)
JOURN 3
NEWSWRITING
3
TTh
10:00am-11:50
AND
1HR ARR

SC-211
ARR

STAFF
STAFF

JOURN 11A
23404

ADVISORY: JOURN 3. (C-ID JOUR 130) (A, CSU)


JOURN 11A
BEG MEDIA WRITING
3
AND

JOURN 12
23405

ADVISORY: JOURN 3. (A, CSU)


JOURN 12
ONLINE NEWSPAPER

JOURN 15

ADVISORY: JOURN 3 or concurrent enrollment, and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(A, CSU)
JOURN 15
BASIC EDITING
2
Th
4:00pm-5:50
MS-222
J.MARTIN

23407

JOURN 16
23408

3
AND

MW
3HRS ARR

12:00pm-12:50

SC-211
ARR

STAFF
STAFF

MW
3HRS ARR

11:00am-11:50

SC-211
ARR

STAFF
STAFF

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
JOURN 16
RACE/GENDER/MEDIA
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-127

STAFF

LEARNING ASSISTANCE
LA 1
*****

LA 2A
*****

LA 2B
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


LA 1
TUTOR TRAINING

1
Th
3:00pm-4:50
LI-103
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 02/27 to 05/01) (For permission to register see Ray Sanchez in LI-134.)

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


LA 2A
TUTOR TRAIN LEV I

1
ARR
WEB
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/14) (For permission to enroll please see Tabitha Villalba in LI-134.)

PREREQ: LA 2A. (A, CSU)


LA 2B
TUTOR TRAIN LEV II

1
ARR
WEB
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/23) (For permission to register please see Tabitha Villalba in LI-134.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

R.SANCHEZ
R.SANCHEZ

STAFF
STAFF

STAFF
STAFF

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

LA 277A
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

Prereq.: None. (Open Entry/Open Exit), (PASS/NO PASS only)


LA 277A
ESSENTIAL SKILLS
.5
ARR
(For permission to enroll see Jennifer Dorian in LI-134.)

TIMES

ROOM

ARR

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J.DORIAN

LEARNING COMMUNITIES
ESL 67
91066

ESL 68
91016

PREREQ: Use of language other than English as a primary language. Designated score on ESL placement test or
completion of ESL 265W with a grade of C or better. (Formerly ENGL 54D) (A, CSU)
ESL 67
ADV WRITNG/GRAM
4
MWF
10:40am-11:50 LA-103
D.OCKEY
(#91066 is a Learning Community [Life Language and Literature] course and requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 68
[#91016]. For more information, contact the instructor at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8125.)
PREREQ: Use of language other than English as a primary language. Designated score on ESL placement test or
completion of ESL 265R with a grade of C or better. (A, CSU)
ESL 68
ADV READING/VOCAB
4
MWF
12:00pm-1:10
LA-103
P.VAN VLEET
(#91016 is a Learning Community [Life Language and Literature] course and requires concurrent enrollment in ESL 67
[#91066]. For more information, contact the instructor at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8185.)

LIBRARY SKILLS
LIBSKL 1
24364

24365

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
LIBSKL 1
RESEARCH SKILLS
1
ARR
WEB
M.YANG
(#24364 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students must have access to a computer with Internet
connections and possess basic computer skills. Students must have a current e-mail address on le with the
Registrars Ofce. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start
date with instructions on how to access the course website or go to http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu from 01/06
to 01/10 for access information. For additional information, contact the Library at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8217.)
DATES: (#24364 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
LIBSKL 1
RESEARCH SKILLS
1
Th
5:00pm-6:50
LI-142
D.CHANDLER
DATES: (#24365 meets 03/20 to 05/22)

LIBRARY TECHNOLOGY
LITEC 52B
24354

ADVISORY: LITEC 51 and 52A. (A, CSU)


LITEC 52B
COLLECTION MGMT
1
ARR
WEB
S.CURRY
(#24354 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students must have access to a computer with Internet
connections and possess basic computer skills. Students must have a current e-mail address on le with the
Registrars Ofce. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start
date with instructions on how to access the course website or go to http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu from 01/06
to 01/10 for access information. For additional information, contact the Library at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8217.)

LITEC 57
24360

ADVISORY: LITEC 51 recommended. (A, CSU)


LITEC 57
PRINT/ONLINE SRCS
3
ARR
WEB
S.CURRY
(#24360 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students must have access to a computer with Internet
connections and possess basic computer skills. Students must have a current e-mail address on le with the
Registrars Ofce. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start
date with instructions on how to access the course website or go to http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu from 01/06
to 01/10 for access information. For additional information, contact the Library at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8217.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

LINGUISTICS
LING 10

24888

PREREQ: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSUGE, UC, I)
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
ARR
WEB
G.ROGERS
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/14) (Above class is a distance education course offered via the Fresno City
College Blackboard Website. Please note that this course does not meet on campus. Enrolled students must have
access to a computer with Internet connections for the entire term and possess basic Internet and e-mail computer
skills. Enrolled students must log onto their provided SCCCD e-mail account to receive the specic course URL, log-on
and password to access the course as notices will only be sent to your my.scccd.edu account as of today. Personal
e-mail addresses are no longer used as a mean of communication at Fresno City College only SCCCD email accounts.
If you need to activate your SCCCD account, go to: scccd.edu/studentemail. For additional information concerning this
class, contact the Fresno City College Business Division at [559] 442-8222.)
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#26404 class is a distance education course offered via the Fresno City College Blackboard Website. Please note that
this course does not meet on campus. Enrolled students must have access to a computer with Internet connections for
the entire term and possess basic Internet and email computer skills. Enrolled students must log onto their provided
SCCCD email account to receive the specic course URL, log-on and password to access the course as notices will
only be sent to your my.scccd.edu account as of today. Personal email addresses are no longer used as a mean of
communication at Fresno City College only SCCCD email accounts. If you need to activate your SCCCD account, go to:
scccd.edu/studentemail. For additional information, contact the instructor.)
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#26405 class is a distance education course offered via the Fresno City College Blackboard Website. Please note that
this course does not meet on campus. Enrolled students must have access to a computer with Internet connections for
the entire term and possess basic Internet and email computer skills. Enrolled students must log onto their provided
SCCCD email account to receive the specic course URL, log-on and password to access the course as notices will
only be sent to your my.scccd.edu account as of today. Personal email addresses are no longer used as a mean of
communication at Fresno City College only SCCCD email accounts. If you need to activate your SCCCD account, go to:
scccd.edu/studentemail. For additional information, contact the instructor.)
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
LA-206
R.AL HAIDER
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
LA-206
G.ROGERS
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
LA-202
J.CARROLL
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
TTh
3:00pm-6:05
OAB-173
J.CARROLL
DATES: (#24887 meets 03/18 to 05/15)
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
T
6:15pm-9:05
LA-206
J.CARROLL

LING 11
24889
24890
16312

PREREQ: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU)
LING 11
LANG FOR EDUCATR
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
LA-206
R.AL HAIDER
LING 11
LANG FOR EDUCATR
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
LA-206
S.POTTER
LING 11
LANG FOR EDUCATR
3
M
2:40pm-5:50
OAB-125
J.CARROLL

*****

26404

26405

24883
24886
24885
24887

MARKETING
MKTG 10
23578

23576
23575
23574

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
MKTG 10
MKTG PRINCIPLES
3
ARR
WEB
L.ANDERSON
(#23578 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer, the Internet, MS
Ofce [Word and PPT]. Students must also have and routinely check their e-mail. Enrolled students must post on the
discussion board the rst day of class by 9 p.m. or they will be dropped.)
MKTG 10
MKTG PRINCIPLES
3
MW
9:00am-10:15
BE-137
J.CARRIGAN
MKTG 10
MKTG PRINCIPLES
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
BE-137
L.ANDERSON
MKTG 10
MKTG PRINCIPLES
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
BE-135
STAFF

MKTG 11
23580

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
MKTG 11
SALESMANSHIP
3
MW
10:30am-11:45 BE-137

J.CARRIGAN

MKTG 12
23582

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
MKTG 12
ADV & PROMO
3
MW
12:00pm-1:15
BE-137

J.CARRIGAN

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

109
INSTRUCTOR

MKTG 17
63181

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (See also FM 28) (A, CSU)
MKTG 17
VISUAL MERCHAND
3
W
6:00pm-9:50
BE-134
P.HUTTON

MKTG 19

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
MKTG 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
M
5:30pm-6:35
BE-137
J.ARMAS
AND
7HRS ARR
OFF
J.ARMAS

*****

MKTG 22
63180

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also FM 27. (A, CSU)
MKTG 22
FASHION MERCH
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
BE-134

P.HUTTON

MATHEMATICS
MATH 4A
25381
25380
25383
25384
25382
25386
25385

MATH 4B
25393

25389
25387
25390
25392

MATH 5A
25394
25395
25396
25397

MATH 5B
25398
25399
25401
25400

MATH 6
25402
25403

MATH 7
25405

PREREQ: MATH 102 and MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (Formerly MATH 4) (A, CSU-GE)
MATH 4A
TRIGONOMETRY
4
MWF
7:40am-8:50
OAB-274
STAFF
MATH 4A
TRIGONOMETRY
4
MTWTh
10:00am-10:50 S-60B
STAFF
MATH 4A
TRIGONOMETRY
4
TTh
11:00am-12:50 OAB-274
C.BIGHAM
MATH 4A
TRIGONOMETRY
4
MTWTh
12:00pm-12:50 S-40
STAFF
MATH 4A
TRIGONOMETRY
4
MW
12:00pm-1:50
S-50
STAFF
MATH 4A
TRIGONOMETRY
4
TTh
1:00pm-2:50
OAB-278
C.BIGHAM
MATH 4A
TRIGONOMETRY
4
TTh
6:30pm-8:20
S-25
G.JAMISON
PREREQ: MATH 4A or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 4B
PRECALCULUS
4
ARR
WEB
J.BRANDL
AND
ARR
ARR
J.BRANDL
(#25393 is a distance education course offered via the Internet and requires online homework. Students will be required
to purchase a license from MyMathLab to use online software. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Your e-mail address MUST be given at the time of registration or you may e-mail instructor at
jeremy.brandl@fresnocitycollege.edu. There will be scheduled campus meetings.)
MATH 4B
PRECALCULUS
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 S-30
G.JAMISON
MATH 4B
PRECALCULUS
4
MTWTh
12:00pm-12:50 S-60A
J.HE
MATH 4B
PRECALCULUS
4
MW
3:00pm-4:50
S-30
J.BRANDL
MATH 4B
PRECALCULUS
4
TTh
6:30pm-8:20
S-70
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 4B or the equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(C-ID MATH 210 and MATH 900S = MATH 5A + MATH 5B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 5A
MATH ANALYSIS I
5
MWF
8:00am-9:30
S-30
STAFF
MATH 5A
MATH ANALYSIS I
5
MWF
1:00pm-2:30
S-30
N.ALLEN
MATH 5A
MATH ANALYSIS I
5
TTh
2:00pm-4:15
S-30
STAFF
MATH 5A
MATH ANALYSIS I
5
MW
6:00pm-8:15
S-230
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 5A or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 167 and 68 recommended. (C-ID
MATH 900S = MATH 5A + MATH 5B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 5B
MATH ANALYSIS II
4
TTh
8:00am-9:50
S-30
L.DORN
MATH 5B
MATH ANALYSIS II
4
MW
10:00am-11:50 S-30
L.DORN
MATH 5B
MATH ANALYSIS II
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
S-25
STAFF
MATH 5B
MATH ANALYSIS II
4
MW
6:30pm-8:20
S-25
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 5B or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 6
MATH ANALYSIS III
4
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
S-30
L.DORN
MATH 6
MATH ANALYSIS III
4
MW
6:00pm-7:50
S-30
C.HOPPER
PREREQ: MATH 6 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU,
UC)
MATH 7
DIFFERENTL EQUAT
4
TTh
6:30pm-8:20
S-30
C.HOPPER

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SCH#

MATH 10A
25271
25273

MATH 10B
25274

MATH 11
25278
25275
25279
25276
26364
25280
25277
25282
25281
25283

MATH 21
25284
25285
25287
25286

MATH 26
25404

MATH 42
25371
25369
25373

MATH 45
25376
25379
25378
25377

MATH 102
25186
25191

MATH 103
25241

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 10A
STRUCTR/CONCEPTS
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 S-25
D.YANG
MATH 10A
STRUCTR/CONCEPTS
3
MW
5:00pm-6:15
S-25
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 10A and MATH 102 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 10B
STRUCTR/CONCEPT2
3
TTh
12:00pm-1:15
S-50
T.FRIESEN
PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
TTh
7:00am-8:50
S-200
C.CURTIS
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
MTWTh
9:00am-9:50
S-25
S.GROVER
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
TTh
9:00am-10:50
OAB-274
STAFF
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
MTWTh
10:00am-10:50 S-230
S.GROVER
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
MW
11:00am-12:50 S-60B
STAFF
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
TTh
11:00am-12:50 S-60B
STAFF
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
MTWTh
12:00pm-12:50 S-230
S.GROVER
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
MW
2:00pm-3:50
S-50
C.BIGHAM
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
TTh
2:00pm-3:50
S-290
S.GROVER
MATH 11
ELEM STATISTICS
4
MW
6:30pm-8:20
S-70
C.CURTIS
PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Formerly MATH 31) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 21
FINITE MATH
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
S-200
D.YANG
MATH 21
FINITE MATH
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
S-200
S.ANDERSON
MATH 21
FINITE MATH
3
MW
3:00pm-4:15
OAB-274
STAFF
MATH 21
FINITE MATH
3
MW
7:30pm-8:45
S-50
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 5A or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 26
ELEM LINEAR ALG
3
MW
3:00pm-4:15
S-60B
G.JAMISON
PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See
also PSY 42) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 42
STATS-BEHVRL SCI
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 S-50
S.ANDERSON
MATH 42
STATS-BEHVRL SCI
4
MW
12:00pm-1:50
OAB-274
S.ANDERSON
MATH 42
STATS-BEHVRL SCI
4
MW
6:00pm-7:50
OAB-278
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU-GE, UC)
MATH 45
CONTEMP MATH
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
S-50
S.ANDERSON
MATH 45
CONTEMP MATH
3
MW
4:00pm-5:15
S-50
C.BIGHAM
MATH 45
CONTEMP MATH
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
S-60B
STAFF
MATH 45
CONTEMP MATH
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
S-60B
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 201 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Formerly MATH 2) (A)
MATH 102
PLANE GEOMETRY
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 S-25
STAFF
MATH 102
PLANE GEOMETRY
3
MW
6:00pm-7:15
S-50
STAFF
PREREQ: MATH 201 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Formerly MATH B and MATH 3) (A)
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
ARR
WEB
J.HE
AND
ARR
ARR
J.HE
(#25241 requires online homework. Students will be required to purchase a license from MyMathLab to use online
software. Students need access to a computer and must possess Internet and e-mail skills. Your e-mail address MUST
be given at the time of registration or you may e-mail instructor at jin.he@fresnocitycollege.edu. There will be scheduled
campus meetings.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

25243
25192
25193

MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
6:00am-6:50
S-70
R.STANTON
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
7:00am-7:50
S-70
R.STANTON
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
7:00am-8:50
S-60B
T.OSTRANDER
DATES: (#25193 meets 03/17 to 05/23)
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MWF
7:25am-8:50
S-50
J.VIDINOFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-60A
D.AVERY
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
9:00am-9:50
S-230
J.VIDINOFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
9:00am-10:50
OAB-118
T.FRIESEN
DATES: (#25194 meets 03/17 to 05/23)
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
10:00am-10:50 S-40
T.ANDRADE
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MWF
10:00am-11:25 S-50
J.VIDINOFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MWF
10:00am-11:30 S-200
STAFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
10:00am-11:50 S-60A
STAFF
DATES: (#25200 meets 03/17 to 05/23)
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
11:00am-11:50 S-40
L.BLACKERBY-SLATER
(Above is part of the The Network, a coordinated program leading to transfer level courses. Concurrent enrollment
is required in other Network classes. Please contact Janine Nkosi at janine.nkosi@fresnocitycollege.edu for further
information. Online homework required.)
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MW
11:00am-1:15
OAB-118
D.AVERY
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-60B
T.ANDRADE
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
TTh
1:00pm-3:15
S-290
J.WEN
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MWF
1:25pm-2:50
OAB-118
STAFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
2:00pm-2:50
S-60B
S.TEMMERMAN
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MWF
2:00pm-3:25
S-100
STAFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MWF
2:00pm-3:25
S-200
STAFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MW
2:00pm-4:15
S-25
J.WEN
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
TTh
2:00pm-4:15
S-100
C.HOPPER
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
TTh
3:30pm-5:45
S-50
J.WEN
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MW
4:00pm-6:15
S-40
STAFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
TTh
5:00pm-7:15
OAB-278
STAFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
SO-104
STAFF
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
HS-120
STAFF
DATES: (Above class meets 02/01 to 03/15) (This class is part of the Social Sciences Division 25-Month Program.
Entrance into the class by permission of the Social Sciences Division Dean. Meets: 02/01, 02/04, 02/06, 02/08, 02/11,
02/13, 02/18, 02/20, 02/22, 02/25, 02/27, 03/01, 03/04, 03/06, 03/08, 03/11, & 03/15.)
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
MW
6:30pm-8:45
OAB-118
STAFF
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
TTh
6:30pm-8:45
OAB-118
STAFF

25207
25252
25199
25194
25206
25209
26360
25200
*****

25261
25203
25225
25260
25205
25212
25258
25215
25238
25239
25217
25259
*****

25222
25242

MATH 201
24913

*****

24911
24891
24892
25183
24893
24895
24904

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

111

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: MATH 255 or designated math placement. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (Formerly MATH 1 and 101)
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#24913 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Your e-mail address MUST be given at the time of registration or you may e-mail instructor.
Students must email the instructor by the 1st day of class, 01/13, to keep their spot. No meeting is required on campus
the 1st day, but 6 exams will be given on campus during the semester.)
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
7:00am-7:50
S-40
L.BLACKERBY-SLATER
(Above class is part of the The Network, a coordinated program leading to transfer level courses. Concurrent
enrollment is required in other Network classes. Please contact Janine Nkosi at janine.nkosi@fresnocitycollege.edu for
further information. Online homework required.)
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
7:00am-8:50
S-60B
T.OSTRANDER
DATES: (#24911 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
OAB-118
R.STANTON
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
9:00am-9:50
S-40
D.AVERY
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
9:00am-9:50
S-50
B.HERREN
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
9:00am-10:50
OAB-118
T.FRIESEN
DATES: (#24893 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
10:00am-11:50 S-60A
T.OSTRANDER
DATES: (#24895 meets 01/13 to 03/14)
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
TTh
11:00am-1:15
OAB-118
B.HERREN

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

26374
25178
24897
24898
24906
24899
24896
25181
*****

MATH 201
MATH 201
MATH 201
MATH 201
MATH 201
MATH 201
MATH 201
MATH 201
MATH 201

ELEM ALGEBRA
ELEM ALGEBRA
ELEM ALGEBRA
ELEM ALGEBRA
ELEM ALGEBRA
ELEM ALGEBRA
ELEM ALGEBRA
ELEM ALGEBRA
ELEM ALGEBRA

25182
24905
24909

MATH 250
25288
25289
25291
25290

MATH 255
25292
25294
25295
25296
25300
25297
25298
25299
25303
25293
25301
25304
25302

MATH 260A
25305
25306
25307
25308
25309
25310

MATH 260B
25331
25334

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

5
MW
12:00pm-2:15
OAB-278
STAFF
5
TTh
1:30pm-3:45
OAB-118
J.BRANDL
5
DAILY
2:00pm-2:50
S-230
STAFF
5
MWF
2:00pm-3:25
S-40
D.YANG
5
TTh
2:00pm-4:15
S-40
N.ALLEN
5
MW
3:00pm-5:15
OAB-118
N.ALLEN
5
TTh
3:00pm-5:15
S-60B
STAFF
5
MWF
3:30pm-4:45
S-270
STAFF
5
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
BE-204
STAFF
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
BE-204
STAFF
(Entrance into this class is by permission of the Business Education Dean. Contact the Business Division at [559] 442
8222.)
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
MW
6:30pm-8:45
OAB-274
STAFF
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
MW
6:30pm-8:45
S-40
STAFF
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
TTh
6:30pm-8:45
S-40
STAFF

PREREQ: MATH 260B or equivalent or appropriate placement score. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or
ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly MATH 50)
MATH 250
COLL ARITHMETIC
3
MWF
7:00am-7:50
S-25
STAFF
MATH 250
COLL ARITHMETIC
3
MW
3:00pm-4:15
S-60A
STAFF
MATH 250
COLL ARITHMETIC
3
TTh
4:00pm-5:15
S-25
STAFF
MATH 250
COLL ARITHMETIC
3
MW
5:00pm-6:15
S-60A
C.CURTIS
PREREQ: MATH 250 with a minimum grade of C or MATH 260D or a test score to place out of or above MATH 260D.
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly MATH 55)
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
MWF
8:00am-9:25
OAB-278
STAFF
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
9:00am-9:50
S-60A
R.BEZERRA-NADER
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
9:00am-9:50
S-60B
L.BLACKERBY-SLATER
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
10:00am-10:50 S-25
R.BEZERRA-NADER
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
MWF
10:00am-11:25 OAB-278
B.HERREN
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
11:00am-11:50 S-230
T.ANDRADE
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-60A
R.BEZERRA-NADER
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
DAILY
2:00pm-2:50
S-60A
STAFF
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
TTh
3:00pm-5:15
S-270
STAFF
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
TTh
3:00pm-5:15
S-60A
S.TEMMERMAN
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
MW
6:30pm-8:45
S-60A
STAFF
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
TTh
6:30pm-8:45
OAB-274
STAFF
MATH 255
PRE-ALGEBRA
5
TTh
6:30pm-8:45
S-60A
STAFF
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly MATH
60A)
MATH 260A
ARITH REV/WH NOS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-230
STAFF
DATES: (#25305 meets 01/13 to 02/21)
MATH 260A
ARITH REV/WH NOS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-25
STAFF
DATES: (#25306 meets 02/24 to 04/01)
MATH 260A
ARITH REV/WH NOS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-230
D.YANG
DATES: (#25307 meets 01/13 to 02/21)
MATH 260A
ARITH REV/WH NOS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-25
STAFF
DATES: (#25308 meets 02/24 to 04/01)
MATH 260A
ARITH REV/WH NOS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-50
STAFF
DATES: (#25309 meets 01/14 to 02/20)
MATH 260A
ARITH REV/WH NOS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-60B
STAFF
DATES: (#25310 meets 02/25 to 04/01)
PREREQ: MATH 260A or appropriate placement score. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly MATH 60B)
MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-230
STAFF
DATES: (#25331 meets 02/24 to 04/01)
MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-25
STAFF
DATES: (#25334 meets 04/02 to 05/16)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-40
STAFF
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 02/21) (This class is part of the BRIDGE Program, to register for class contact
Alexandra Gonzales, counselor at alexandra.gonzales@fresnocitycollge.edu.edu.)
MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-230
D.YANG
DATES: (#25337 meets 02/24 to 04/01)
MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-25
C.HOPPER
DATES: (#25343 meets 04/02 to 05/16)
MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-40
S.TEMMERMAN
DATES: (#25335 meets 01/13 to 02/21)
MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-230
STAFF
DATES: (#25347 meets 01/14 to 02/20)
MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-50
STAFF
DATES: (#25349 meets 02/24 to 04/01)
MATH 260B
ARITH REV/FRCTNS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-60B
STAFF
DATES: (#25351 meets 04/04 to 05/09)

25337
25343
25335
25347
25349
25351

MATH 260C
25354
*****
25358
25357
25360
25361

MATH 260D
25362
*****
25364
25365
25367
25366

MATH 277
*****
*****

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: MATH 260B or appropriate placement score. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly MATH 60C)
MATH 260C
ARITH REV/DECMLS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-230
STAFF
DATES: (#25354 meets 04/02 to 05/16)
MATH 260C
ARITH REV/DECMLS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-40
STAFF
DATES: (Above class meets 02/24 to 04/01) (This class is part of the BRIDGE Program, to register for class contact
Alexandra Gonzales, counselor, at alexandra.gonzales@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
MATH 260C
ARITH REV/DECMLS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-230
D.YANG
DATES: (#25358 meets 04/02 to 05/16)
MATH 260C
ARITH REV/DECMLS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-40
S.TEMMERMAN
DATES: (#25357 meets 02/24 to 04/01)
MATH 260C
ARITH REV/DECMLS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-230
STAFF
DATES: (#25360 meets 02/24 to 04/01)
MATH 260C
ARITH REV/DECMLS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-50
STAFF
DATES: (#25361 meets 04/03 to 05/15)
PREREQ: MATH 260C. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (PASS/NO PASS
only) (Formerly MATH 60D)
MATH 260D
ARITH REV/PRCNTS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-25
STAFF
DATES: (#25362 meets 01/13 to 02/21)
MATH 260D
ARITH REV/PRCNTS
2
DAILY
8:00am-8:50
S-40
STAFF
DATES: (Above class meets 04/02 to 05/16) (This class is part of the BRIDGE Program, to register for class contact
Alexandra Gonzales, counselor, at alexandra.gonzales@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
MATH 260D
ARITH REV/PRCNTS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-25
STAFF
DATES: (#25364 meets 01/13 to 02/24)
MATH 260D
ARITH REV/PRCNTS
2
DAILY
1:00pm-1:50
S-40
S.TEMMERMAN
DATES: (#25365 meets 04/02 to 05/16)
MATH 260D
ARITH REV/PRCNTS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-230
STAFF
DATES: (#25367 meets 04/03 to 05/15)
MATH 260D
ARITH REV/PRCNTS
2
TTh
6:00pm-8:15
S-60B
STAFF
DATES: (#25366 meets 01/14 to 02/20)
PREREQ: Students must have a diagnosed veriable disability. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly MATH 77)
MATH 277
ARITH FOR L.D.
2
MWF
9:00am-10:50
OAB-130
MATH 277
ARITH FOR L.D.
2
MWF
11:00am-12:50 OAB-130

E.NORTH
E.NORTH

MEDICAL ASSISTING
MA 1
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
MA 1
LEGL & ETH CNCPTS
2
ARR
WEB
(TAACCCT GRANT. For further information contact the instructor at carri.young@fresnocitycollege.edu or
[559] 244-2643.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

C.YOUNG

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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*****
33297

MA 4
*****

MA 5
*****

MA 6A
*****

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
MA 2
PHARMACOLOGY
3
ARR
WEB
C.MOLLO
(TAACCCT GRANT. For further information contact the instructor at constance.mollo@fresnocitycollege.edu or
[559] 244-2643.)
MA 2
PHARMACOLOGY
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15
HS-260 L.GOODWIN-BRANSFORD
ADVISORY: BIOL 5 or equivalent recommended. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 250 or
260A-260D recommended. (A, CSU)
MA 4
OFC LAB PROCEDUR
4
TTh
1:00pm-6:50
HS-280
J.AYERZA
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 03/13) (TAACCCT Grant. For further information contact the instructor at
june.ayerza@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559] 244-2643.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 250 or 260A-260D recommended. (A, CSU)
MA 5
DIAG THERAPY PROC
4
TTh
1:00pm-6:50
HS-280
J.AYERZA
DATES: (Above class meets 03/18 to 05/22) (TAACCCT Grant. For further information contact the instructor at
june.ayerza@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559]244-2643.)
ADVISORY: BIOL 5 or equivalent recommended. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Formerly MA 60A) (A, CSU)
MA 6A
CLINICAL TRNG
3
TTh
8:30am-11:20
HS-280
C.YOUNG
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 03/13) (TAACCCT Grant. For further information contact the instructor at
carri.young@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559] 244-2643.)

MA 6B
*****

PREREQ: MA 6A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
MA 6B
ADV TRAINING
3
TTh
8:30am-11:20
HS-280
C.YOUNG
DATES: (Above class meets 03/18 to 05/22) (TAACCCT Grant. For further information contact the instructor at
carri.young@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559]244-2643.)

MA 19

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
MA 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
M
12:00pm-12:50 HS-280
J.AYERZA
AND
3HRS ARR
ARR
J.AYERZA

*****

MILITARY SCIENCE - ARMY ROTC


MILSC 2
26243
26244

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


MILSC 2
GEN MIL SKILLS
MILSC 2
GEN MIL SKILLS

MILSC 12
26245

PREREQ: None. (Recommended for students who have completed MILSC 1 and 2, or equivalent) (A, CSU, UC)
MILSC 12
LEADER&MGMT BAS
2
MW
1:00pm-1:50
HS-260
J.LUCERO

MILSC 50A
26246

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


MILSC 50A
FRESH LEAD LAB

3:00pm-5:50

HS-260

D.JOHNSON

MILSC 50B
26247

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


MILSC 50B
SOPH LEAD LAB

3:00pm-5:50

HS-260

J.LUCERO

1
1

W
T

12:00pm-12:50
2:30pm-3:20

HS-260
HS-260

D.JOHNSON
D.JOHNSON

MUSIC
MUS 1B
23718

MUS 2B
23720

COREQ: (Music majors only) MUS 7A or 7B. ADVISORY: MUS 1A. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 1B
MUSIC THEORY II
3
MW
8:00am-9:20
MS-223
L.HONDA
COREQ: (Music majors only) MUS 7B. ADVISORY: MUS 2A. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 2B
MUSIC THEORY IV
3
MW
9:30am-10:50
MS-223
L.HONDA

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

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MUS 3
23721
23722

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MUS 3
MUSIC FUND
3
MW
8:00am-9:50
MS-104
MUS 3
MUSIC FUND
3
TTh
9:00am-10:50
MS-104

MUS 5
23725

ADVISORY: Ability to read and play simple melodies on a keyboard. Basic computer skills. (A, CSU)
MUS 5
CMPTR MUS PROD
3
W
6:00pm-9:50
MS-223

MUS 7A
23726

ADVISORY: MUS 1A or 3. (PASS/NO PASS only) (A, CSU, UC)


MUS 7A
EAR TRAIN-LEV I
1
MW

MS-104

N.MORTON

MUS 7B
23728

PREREQ: MUS 7A. COREQ: MUS 1B, 2A, or 2B. (PASS/NO PASS only) (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 7B
EAR TRAIN-LEV II
1
TTh
8:00am-8:50
MS-104

N.MORTON

MUS 8
23731

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
MUS 8
AUDIO ENGINEERNG
3
MW
8:00am-9:20
MS-135
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR

N.MORTON
N.MORTON

MUS 9

ADVISORY: MUS 2A or the equivalent as determined by testing and examination of students music theory and
composition work. (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 9
COMPOSITION
2
TTh
2:00pm-2:50
MS-223
R.NIELSEN

23732

MUS 10B
23734

MUS 12
23736

23738
23741
23742
23745

10:00am-10:50

D.ENGSTROM
D.ENGSTROM
C.VON BERG

PREREQ: MUS 10A or equivalent as determined by audition. ADVISORY: Ability to read music, and to play an
instrument at the intermediate/advanced level is recommended. Prior jazz improvisation experience recommended.
(A, CSU)
MUS 10B
INT/ADV JAZZ IMP
2
M
6:00pm-8:05
MS-135
M.DANA
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
M.DANA
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MUS 12
MUS APPRECIATION
3
ARR
WEB
J.DANA
DATES: (#23736 meets 01/13 to 04/25) (#23736 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students will need
access to a computer with reliable Internet access and e-mail. You must have software with a multi-media browser with
the recent Java plug-in. An access card with CD is required. All exams, assignments and lectures will be completed
on-line. Enrolled students must have activated their school e-mail account in order to receive initial course access
information. Students not signed into the course by midnight on the rst day of regular classes will be dropped. For
additional information, contact the instructor, Julie Dana, at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8465 or at
julie.dana@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
MUS 12
MUS APPRECIATION
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
MS-132
J.COOPER
MUS 12
MUS APPRECIATION
3
MW
8:00am-9:20
MS-132
J.COOPER
MUS 12
MUS APPRECIATION
3
MW
1:30pm-2:50
MS-104
STAFF
MUS 12
MUS APPRECIATION
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
MS-132
D.SCHRAMM

MUS 16
23746

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MUS 16
JAZZ HIST & APPR
3
MW
9:30am-10:50
MS-132

M.DANA

MUS 17
23748

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, I)
MUS 17
HISTORY OF ROCK
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
MS-132

J.HORD

MUS 18
23749

PREREQ: MUS 1A or 3 or the equivalent as determined by testing. (A, CSU, UC)


MUS 18
COND & SCORE RDG
2
TTh
10:00am-10:50

MS-135

R.NIELSEN

MUS 20
23751
23753
23754
23755

PREREQ: None. (Formerly MUS 20A) (A, CSU-GE, UC)


MUS 20
BEG PIANO-LEV I
2
MTWTh
MUS 20
BEG PIANO-LEV I
2
MTWTh
MUS 20
BEG PIANO-LEV I
2
MTWTh
MUS 20
BEG PIANO-LEV I
2
W

MS-122
MS-122
MS-122
MS-122

O.QUERCIA
O.QUERCIA
O.QUERCIA
J.HORD

MUS 21
23856

PREREQ: MUS 20 or the equivalent as determined by testing. (Formerly MUS 20B) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
MUS 21
BEG PIANO-LEV II
2
MTWTh
10:00am-10:50 MS-122

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

9:00am-9:50
11:00am-11:50
1:00pm-1:50
6:00pm-9:50

O.QUERCIA

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

MUS 22
23858

PREREQ: MUS 21 or the equivalent as determined by testing. (Formerly MUS 21) (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 22
INT/ADV PIANO
1-2
M
3:30pm-5:35
MS-132
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR

MUS 24
23859
23860

PREREQ: None. (Formerly MUS 25A) (A, CSU-GE, UC)


MUS 24
ELEM VOICE-LEV I
2
TTh
MUS 24
ELEM VOICE-LEV I
2
MW

MUS 25
23861

PREREQ: MUS 24 or equivalent as determined by testing. (Formerly MUS 25B) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
MUS 25
ELEM VOICE-LEV II
1
TTh
11:00am-11:50 MS-223

MUS 26
23862

PREREQ: MUS 25 or intermediate or advanced level ability as determined by testing. (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 26
INT/ADV VOICE
1-2
TTh
11:00am-11:50 MS-132
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR

R.SARKISIAN
R.SARKISIAN

MUS 27
23863
23865

PREREQ: Own instrument required. (Formerly MUS 28A) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
MUS 27
BEG GUITAR-LEV I
2
MW
8:00am-9:20
MUS 27
BEG GUITAR-LEV I
2
MW
2:00pm-3:20

D.SCHRAMM
J.COOPER

MUS 28

PREREQ: MUS 27 or ability to read music. Must have basic understanding of and playing skill in the classical guitar
style as determined by testing. Own instrument required. (Formerly MUS 28B) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
MUS 28
BEG GUITAR-LEV II
2
TTh
10:00am-11:15 OAB-198
J.COOPER

23867

9:00am-10:20
1:00pm-2:20

MS-223
MS-223

O.QUERCIA
O.QUERCIA
K.BARBA
M.WOLFMANN

OAB-198
OAB-198

K.BARBA

MUS 29
23869

PREREQ: MUS 28 or equivalent performance skills as determined by testing. (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 29
INT/ADV GUITAR
1-2
TTh
11:30am-12:20 OAB-198
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR

MUS 35

ADVISORY: Audition and approval. Ability to perform advanced high school choral or the equivalent performance skills.
(Formerly MUS 33) (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 35
CITY SINGERS
2
TTh
12:00pm-1:50
MS-132
J.DANA
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
J.DANA
(For additional information, contact the instructor, Julie Dana, at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8465, on campus in MS-206 or via
e-mail at julie.dana@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

*****

J.COOPER
J.COOPER

MUS 39B
23883

ADVISORY: MUS 26 or the equivalent as determined by audition recommended. (C-ID MUS 180) (A, CSU)
MUS 39B
ROMANTIC/MODERN
2
T
6:00pm-9:50
MS-132
M.WOLFMANN

MUS 41

ADVISORY: Advanced high school band or jazz ensemble experience or the equivalent performance skills as
determined by audition recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 41
JAZZ ENSEMBLE
2
MW
3:45pm-5:35
MS-135
M.DANA
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
M.DANA

*****

MUS 42A
23923

MUS 42B
23926

MUS 42C
23927

MUS 42D
23929

ADVISORY: Ability to perform advanced high school band or orchestra music or the equivalent performance skills as
determined by audition recommended. (Formerly MUS 42) (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 42A
INT/ADV BRASS
1-2
TTh
11:00am-11:50 MS-135
D.ENGSTROM
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
D.ENGSTROM
ADVISORY: Ability to perform advanced high school band or orchestra music or the equivalent performance skills as
determined by audition recommended. (Formerly MUS 43) (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 42B
INT/ADV WOODWIND
1-2
TTh
9:00am-9:50
MS-135
L.HONDA
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
L.HONDA
ADVISORY: Ability to perform advanced high school band or orchestra music or the equivalent performance skills as
determined by audition recommended. (Formerly MUS 44) (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 42C
INT/ADV STRINGS
1-2
Th
4:00pm-5:50
MS-135
J.MORRICE
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
J.MORRICE
ADVISORY: Ability to perform advanced high school band or orchestra music or the equivalent performance skills as
determined by audition recommended. (Formerly MUS 46) (A, CSU, UC)
MUS 42D
INT/ADV PERCUSS
1-2
MW
11:00am-11:50 MS-135
J.LIZAMA
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
J.LIZAMA

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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MUS 47B
23935

MUS 49
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*****
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*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

117
INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: Ability to perform an instrument or voice at college level. ADVISORY: MUS 10A or 10B recommended. (C-ID
MUS 180) (A, CSU)
MUS 47B
COOL/MAINSTREAM
2
MW
2:00pm-3:30
MS-135
L.HONDA
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
L.HONDA
ADVISORY: Ability to perform advanced level large ensemble music (as determined by audition) recommended. (A,
CSU, UC)
MUS 49
ADV LG ENSEMBLES
1
3HRS ARR
ARR
J.DANA
(Above class emphasis choral ensembles.)
MUS 49
ADV LG ENSEMBLES
1
3HRS ARR
ARR
M.DANA
(Above class emphasis jazz ensemble, Latin jazz, jazz combo.)
MUS 49
ADV LG ENSEMBLES
1
3HRS ARR
ARR
D.ENGSTROM
(Above class emphasis all band, plus brass, woodwind, percussion ensembles.)
MUS 49
ADV LG ENSEMBLES
1
3HRS ARR
ARR
J.MORRICE
(Above class emphasis string ensemble.)
MUS 49
ADV LG ENSEMBLES
1
3HRS ARR
ARR
O.QUERCIA
(Above class emphasis piano.)
MUS 49
ADV LG ENSEMBLES
1
3HRS ARR
ARR
J.SANDERSIER
(Above class emphasis orchestra.)
MUS 49
ADV LG ENSEMBLES
1
3HRS ARR
ARR
R.SARKISIAN
(Above class emphasis voice.)
MUS 49
ADV LG ENSEMBLES
1
3HRS ARR
ARR
M.WOLFMANN
(Above class emphasis opera workshop.)

MUS 55
23987

PREREQ: Ability to perform an instrument or voice at college level. (C-ID MUS 180) (A, CSU)
MUS 55
AFRO-CARIB ENSBL
2
T
3:30pm-6:20
MS-135
AND
1HR ARR
ARR

MUS 60

ADVISORY: Audition. Ability to perform advanced high school choral music or the equivalent performance skills. (A,
CSU)
MUS 60
SYMPHONIC CHOIR
2
MW
11:00am-12:50 MS-132
J.DANA
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
J.DANA

23989

G.RAMIREZ
G.RAMIREZ

MUS 69
23992

ADVISORY: Intermediate/advanced level skill on a band instrument recommended. (A, CSU)


MUS 69
WIND BAND
2
MW
12:00pm-1:50
MS-135
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR

MUS 76

ADVISORY: Ability to perform advanced high school band or orchestra or the equivalent performance skills (as
determined by audition during the rst two weeks) recommended. (A, CSU)
MUS 76
PHILHARMNIC ORCH
2
T
7:00pm-10:50
MS-135
J.SANDERSIER

23994

D.ENGSTROM
D.ENGSTROM

MUS 92
23995

ADVISORY: Advanced high school vocal experience or equivalent performance recommended. (C-ID MUS 180)(A, CSU)
MUS 92
VOCAL JAZZ ENSMBL
2
TTh
3:30pm-5:20
MS-132
J.DANA
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
J.DANA

MUS 111
23996

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly MUS 11) (A)
MUS 111
MUSIC BUSINESS
3
MW
11:00am-12:20 MS-223

M.DANA

NATURAL SCIENCE
NATSCI 1A
24844

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (C-ID PHYS 140) (A, CSU,
UC)
NATSCI 1A
PHYSICS/CHEMSTRY
4
M
6:30pm-9:35
S-270
R.KEY
AND
W
6:30pm-9:20
S-270
R.KEY

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

NURSING, REGISTERED
RN 19
*****

RN 31
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*****

RN 32
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

RN 32A
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
RN 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
ARR
ARR
E.BUGAY
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
E.BUGAY
PREREQ: Acceptance into the Registered Nursing Program: ENGL 1A MATH 103 BIOL 20 and BIOL 22 BIOL 31 CHEM
3A PSY 2 and SOC 1A or ANTHRO 2. All course work must be completed with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 32
and 32A. (Formerly RN 1) (A, CSU)
RN 31
FNDTN/INT MED SURG
4
MW
8:00am-9:50
HS-100
D.BENEFIEL
RN 31
FNDTN/INT MED SURG
4
MF
8:00am-9:50
HS-270
E.GONZALEZ
PREREQ: RN 32A. COREQ: RN 31. (Formerly RN 2) (A, CSU)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
WTh
DATES: (Above class meets 03/19 to 05/22)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
T
DATES: (Above class meets 03/18 to 05/20)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
T
DATES: (Above class meets 03/18 to 05/20)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
T
DATES: (Above class meets 03/18 to 05/20)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
T
DATES: (Above class meets 03/18 to 05/20)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
T
DATES: (Above class meets 03/18 to 05/20)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
Th
DATES: (Above class meets 03/20 to 05/22)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
Th
DATES: (Above class meets 03/20 to 05/22)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
Th
DATES: (Above class meets 03/20 to 05/22)
RN 32
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
Th
DATES: (Above class meets 03/20 to 05/22)

6:30am-11:50

KPMC-3E3W

E.GONZALEZ

6:30am-5:40

CCMC-3RD

D.BENEFIEL

6:30am-5:40

HLCC-1ST

L.BARUELA

6:30am-5:40

HLCC-1ST

STAFF

6:30am-5:40

KPMC-3E3W

T.CARREON

6:30am-5:40

SAMC-3W

D.SPENCER

6:30am-5:40

CRMC-7W

J.ISOM

6:30am-5:40

HLCC-1ST

C.FLORENCE

6:30am-5:40

SAMC-2W

U.YU

6:30am-5:40

SAMC-3W

B.VAUGHN

PREREQ: Acceptance into the Registered Nursing Program: ENGL 1A MATH 103 BIOL 20 and BIOL 22 BIOL 31 CHEM
3A PSY 2 and SOC 1A or ANTHRO 2. All course work must be completed with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 31.
(A, CSU)
RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
W
6:30am-5:40
HS-240
E.GONZALEZ
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 03/12)
RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
W
6:30am-5:40
HS-240
STAFF
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 03/12)
RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
W
6:30am-5:40
HS-240
C.FLORENCE
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 03/12)
RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
W
6:30am-5:40
HS-240
B.VAUGHN
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 03/12)
RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
W
6:30am-5:40
HS-240
J.ISOM
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 03/12)
RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
F
6:30am-5:40
HS-240
D.BENEFIEL
AND
11HRS ARR
ARR
D.BENEFIEL
DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 03/14)
RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
F
6:30am-5:40
HS-240
M.MOTT
AND
11HRS AR
ARR
M.MOTT
DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 03/14)
RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS
2
F
6:30am-5:40
HS-240
C.FLORENCE
AND
11HRS ARR
ARR
C.FLORENCE
DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 03/14)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

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RN 32A

MEDCL-SRGCL NRS

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DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 03/14)


RN 32A
MEDCL-SRGCL NRS

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

119

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

2
AND

F
6:30am-5:40
11HRS ARR

HS-240
ARR

D.SPENCER
D.SPENCER

2
AND

F
6:30am-5:40
11HRS ARR

HS-240
ARR

STAFF
STAFF

DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 03/14)

RN 33
*****

COREQ: RN 31. (Formerly RN 21) (A, CSU)


RN 33
TRANSCULT HLTH
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/10)

2:30pm-4:45

HS-150

G.EZAKI

RN 35A
*****

COREQ: RN 31, 32 and 32A. (A, CSU)


RN 35A
INTRO TO PHRMCLGY
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/19)

2:00pm-3:50

HS-150

G.EZAKI

RN 35B
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 35A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 41, 42, and 42A. (A, CSU)
RN 35B
NRSG PHARM APPLCTNS
2
Th
1:00pm-2:50
HS-270
RN 35B
NRSG PHARM APPLCTNS
2
Th
3:00pm-4:50
HS-270

E.SOTO
E.SOTO

RN 41
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 31 and 35A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 35B, 42, and 42A. (A, CSU)
RN 41
ADLT CMMN HLTH
2.5
Th
7:30am-9:45
HS-250
RN 41
ADLT CMMN HLTH
2.5
Th
8:00am-10:15
HS-100

RN 42
*****
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 31, 32, 32A, and 35A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: 35B, 41, and 42A. (A, CSU)
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
W
6:30am-12:00
CRMC-1E1C
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
W
6:30am-12:00
CRMC-2E
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
M
6:30am-4:20
CCMC-3RD
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 05/19) (Class meets every other week)
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
M
6:30am-4:20
CRMC-2E
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 05/19) (Class meets every other week)
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
W
6:30am-4:20
CCMC-3RD
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 05/21) (Class meets every other week.)
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
F
6:30am-5:35
SAMC-3M
DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 05/23) (Class meets every other week)
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
M
6:30am-6:45
CCMC-3RD
AND
25HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 02/03 to 05/12) (Class meets every other week.)
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
W
6:30am-6:45
CCMC-3RD
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/14) (Class meets every other week.)
RN 42
ADLT CMMN HLTH CLIN
2
F
6:30am-6:45
SAMC-3M
DATES: (Above class meets 01/24 to 05/16) (Class meets every other week)

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*****
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*****
*****
*****

J.KATO-GEE
E.DAY
E.DAY
J.KATO-GEE
D.BARUELA
STAFF
A.AKSENOV
R.ELEP
D.DAILEY
D.DAILEY
A.AKSENOV
C.BENNETT

RN 42A
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 31, 32, and 32A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: 41 and 42A. (A, CSU)
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
7:00am-9:50
HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
7:00am-9:50
HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
7:00am-9:50
HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
10:00am-12:50 HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
10:00am-12:50 HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
10:00am-12:50 HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
10:00am-12:50 HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
1:00pm-3:50
HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
1:00pm-3:50
HS-240
RN 42A
ADLT CMMN HLTH SKL
1
T
1:00pm-3:50
HS-240

RN 45
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 31, 32, 32A, 33, and 35A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 46. (Formerly RN 5.) (A, CSU)
RN 45
CHLDBRNG FAM
2
T
7:00am-8:50
HS-270
G.NELSON
RN 45
CHLDBRNG FAM
2
T
10:00am-11:50 HS-100
E.SOTO

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

J.KATO-GEE
STAFF
E.DAY
E.DAY
J.KATO-GEE
G.NELSON
E.GONZALEZ
STAFF
G.NELSON
L.WINGFIELD

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

PREREQ: RN 31, 32, 32A, 33, and 35A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 45. (Formerly RN 6) (A, CSU)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
M
6:30am-4:20
CCMC-2PP
G.NELSON
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 05/19) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
M
6:30am-4:20
CRMC-3C3E
C.REITZ
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 05/19) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
M
6:30am-4:20
SAMC-6M
L.MEISTER
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 05/19) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
W
6:30am-4:20
CCMC-2PP
E.SOTO
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 05/21) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
F
6:30am-5:35
CCMC-2PP
P.VOGEL
DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 05/23) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
M
6:30am-6:45
CCMC-2PP
G.NELSON
AND
25HRS ARR
ARR
G.NELSON
DATES: (Above class meets 02/03 to 05/12) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
M
6:30am-6:45
CRMC-3C3E
C.REITZ
AND
25HRS ARR
ARR
C.REITZ
DATES: (Above class meets 02/03 to 05/12) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
M
6:30am-6:45
SAMC-6M
T.KRATZ
AND
25HRS ARR
ARR
T.KRATZ
DATES: (Above class meets 02/03 to 05/12) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
W
6:30am-6:45
CCMC-2PP
E.SOTO
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/14) (Class meets every other week)
RN 46
CHLDBRNG FAM CLIN
2
F
6:30am-6:45
CCMC-2PP
P.VOGEL
DATES: (Above class meets 01/24 to 05/16) (Class meets every other week)

RN 51
*****
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 35B, 41, 42, and 42A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 52, 52A, and 53. (A, CSU)
RN 51
ADLT CMPLX HLTH
2.5
Th
8:00am-10:15
HS-270
RN 51
ADLT CMPLX HLTH
2.5
Th
10:30am-12:45 HS-270
RN 51
ADLT CMPLX HLTH
2.5
T
12:00pm-3:25
HS-270
DATES: (Above class meets 02/25 to 05/23) (TAACCCT Grant)

RN 52
*****

PREREQ: RN 35B, 41, 42, and 42A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 51, 52A, and 53. (A, CSU)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
W
6:30am-2:40
SAMC-3W
DATES: (Above class meets 02/26 to 05/21) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
F
6:30am-2:40
CRMC-4E
DATES: (Above class meets 02/28 to 05/23) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
S
6:30am-3:20
MCH-EAST
DATES: (Above class meets 03/01 to 05/17) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
S
6:30am-3:20
SAMC-3M
DATES: (Above class meets 03/01 to 05/17) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
SU
6:30am-3:20
SAMC-3M
DATES: (Above class meets 03/02 to 05/18) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
M
6:30am-4:20
HOSP
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 05/19) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
M
6:30am-4:20
SAMC-4N
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 05/19) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
W
6:30am-4:20
HOSP
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 05/21) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
W
6:30am-4:20
SAMC-4N
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 05/21) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
M
6:30am-6:45
CRMC-4E
AND
25HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 02/03 to 05/12) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
M
6:30am-6:45
SAMC-4N
AND
25HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 02/03 to 05/12) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
W
6:30am-6:45
HOSP
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/14) (Class meets every other week)

*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

INSTRUCTOR

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

E.BUGAY
E.BUGAY
J.ADAMS

K.AKINES
A.GOMEZ JR
V.ULANIMO
STAFF
STAFF
J.EDMUNDS
E.BUGAY
S.APARICIO
M.HOLSON
J.EDMUNDS
J.EDMUNDS
E.BUGAY
E.BUGAY
S.APARICIO

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RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
W
6:30am-6:45
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/14) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
S
6:30am-6:45
DATES: (Above class meets 01/18 to 05/10) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52
ADLT/OLDR ADLT
2
S
6:30am-6:45
DATES: (Above class meets 01/25 to 05/17) (Class meets every other week)

*****
*****

RN 52A
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

SAMC-4N

121
INSTRUCTOR

J.ARIOLA

HOSP

L.LEWIS

HOSP

L.LEWIS

PREREQ: RN 41, 42, and 42A with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 51, 52, and 53. (A, CSU)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
M
8:00am-10:05
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 03/03 to 05/19) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
M
8:00am-10:05
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 03/03 to 05/19) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
M
8:00am-10:05
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 03/03 to 05/19) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
M
10:30am-12:35 HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 03/03 to 05/19) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
M
10:30am-12:35 HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 03/03 to 05/19) (TAACCCT Grant)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
11:30am-1:45
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
11:30am-1:45
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
11:30am-1:45
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
12:30pm-3:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
12:30pm-3:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
12:30pm-3:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
2:00pm-4:15
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
3:30pm-6:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
3:30pm-6:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)
RN 52A
ADLT/OLDR CMPL SKL
.5
Th
3:30pm-6:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)

E.DAY
M.MOTT
C.FLORENCE
M.MOTT
E.DAY
J.KATO-GEE
E.MONTANO
E.BUGAY
D.BENEFIEL
E.BUGAY
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF
STAFF

RN 53
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 35B, 41, and 42 with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 51, 52, and 52A. (A, CSU)
RN 53
NRSG CRE OLDR ADLT
1
T
7:00am-7:50
HS-150
RN 53
NRSG CRE OLDR ADLT
1
T
4:00pm-5:15
HS-270
DATES: (Above class meets 02/25 to 05/20) (TAACCCT Grant)

RN 55
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 35B, 41, 42, 42A, 45 and 46 with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 56. (Formerly RN 13) (A, CSU)
RN 55
NSG INFNT/CHLDRN
2
T
10:00am-11:50 HS-250
G.EZAKI
RN 55
NSG INFNT/CHLDRN
2
T
10:00am-11:50 HS-270
L.WALZBERG

RN 56
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

PREREQ: RN 35B, 41, 42, 42A, 45 and 46 with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 55. (Formerly RN 14) (A, CSU)
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
W
6:30am-12:00
CHCC-SAM
P.MENYHAY
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
W
6:30am-12:00
CHCC-SDM
G.EZAKI
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
M
6:30am-12:50
CHCC-SAM
R.AWAD
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
M
6:30am-12:50
CHCC-SDM
G.EZAKI
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
W
12:30pm-6:00
CHCC-SAM
L.WALZBERG
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
W
12:30pm-6:00
CHCC-SDM
G.EZAKI
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
M
1:30pm-7:50
CHCC-SAM
A.HENNING
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
M
1:30pm-7:50
CHCC-SDM
D.FERRIS
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
F
5:30pm-11:35
CHCC-SAM
J.SKOUFIS
RN 56
INFANTS CHILD CLIN
2
F
5:30pm-11:35
CHCC-SDM
A.GONZALES

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

C.FLORENCE
J.ADAMS

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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RN 61
*****
*****

RN 62
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

RN 62A
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: RN 35B, 51, 52, 52A, and 53 with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 62 and 62A. (A, CSU)
RN 61
CRITICAL ILL ADULT
2.5
Th
1:00pm-3:15
HS-250
(TAACCCT Grant)
RN 61
CRITICAL ILL ADULT
2.5
Th
2:00pm-4:15
HS-150
PREREQ: RN 35B, 51, 52, 52A, and 53 with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 61 and 62A. (A, CSU)
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
MW
6:30am-12:35
CRMC-7W
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
W
6:30am-6:00
CRMC-4E
(TAACCCT Grant)
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
M
6:30am-6:45
CRMC-1E1C
AND
12HRS ARR
ARR
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
M
6:30am-6:45
FHSH-MS
AND
12HRS ARR
ARR
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
M
6:30am-6:45
KPMC-4E4W
AND
12HRS ARR
ARR
(TAACCCT Grant)
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
M
6:30am-6:45
SAMC-3W
AND
12HRS ARR
ARR
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
M
6:30am-6:45
SAMC-5M
AND
12HRS ARR
ARR
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
F
6:30am-6:45
CCMC-3RD
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
F
6:30am-6:45
CRMC-2E
(TAACCCT Grant)
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
F
6:30am-6:45
KPMC-4E4W
(TAACCCT Grant)
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
F
6:30am-6:45
MCH-EAST
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
S
6:30am-6:45
CRMC-4E
AND
12HRS ARR
ARR
RN 62
CRTCL ILL ADULT CLIN
4
S
6:30am-6:45
CRMC-7W
AND
12HRS ARR
ARR
PREREQ: RN 51, 52, and 52A, with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 61 and 62. (A, CSU)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
6:30am-8:45
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
6:30am-8:45
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
6:30am-9:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
6:30am-9:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
6:30am-9:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
9:00am-11:15
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
9:00am-11:15
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
9:00am-11:15
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
9:00am-11:15
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/16 to 05/22) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
9:30am-12:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
9:30am-12:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
9:30am-12:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 62A
CRTICL ILL ADULT SKLL
.5
Th
9:30am-12:20
HS-240
DATES: (Above class meets 01/23 to 05/15) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)

E.DAY
B.HOOD
B.HOOD
S.PEERY
STAFF
STAFF
M.FAGUNDES
M.FAGUNDES
K.KAPOOR
K.KAPOOR
M.JOOSTEN
M.JOOSTEN
S.SOBREPENA
S.SOBREPENA
M.HILARIO
J.LOPEZ
STAFF
S.GARCIA
B.KELLEY
B.KELLEY
STAFF
STAFF
L.WINGFIELD
B.HOOD
S.GROSSBARD
L.WINGFIELD
STAFF
G.EZAKI
B.HOOD
STAFF
L.WINGFIELD
STAFF
S.GROSSBARD

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

G.EZAKI
STAFF

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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RN 65
*****
*****

RN 66
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

RN 101
*****
*****

RN 102
*****
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

PREREQ: RN 35B, 51, 52, and 53 with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 66. (Formerly RN 9) (A, CSU)
RN 65
BEHAVR EMTNL DSRDRS
2
T
1:00pm-2:50
HS-250
(TAACCCT Grant)
RN 65
BEHAVR EMTNL DSRDRS
2
T
2:00pm-3:50
HS-150

123
INSTRUCTOR

H.HUBBARD
B.HEYNE

PREREQ: RN 35B, 51, 52 and 53 with a grade of C or better. COREQ: RN 65. (Formerly RN 10) (A, CSU)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
M
6:30am-4:20
CBHC-1ST
B.HEYNE
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 05/19) (Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
W
6:30am-4:20
CBHC-1ST
B.HEYNE
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 05/21) (Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
W
6:30am-4:20
CSH-BH
K.RINDAHL
DATES: (Above class meets 01/15 to 05/21) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
F
6:30am-5:35
CBHC-1ST
H.HUBBARD
DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 05/23) (Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
F
6:30am-5:35
CSH-BH
J.FICKLIN
DATES: (Above class meets 01/17 to 05/23) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
M
6:30am-6:45
CBHC-1ST
B.HEYNE
AND
ARR
ARR
B.HEYNE
DATES: (Above class meets 02/03 to 05/12) (Class meets every other week) 25HRS ARR
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
W
6:30am-6:45
CBHC-1ST
H.HUBBARD
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/14) (Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
W
6:30am-6:45
CSH-BH
M.STEVENS-WELTY
DATES: (Above class meets 01/22 to 05/14) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
F
6:30am-6:45
CBHC-1ST
H.HUBBARD
DATES: (Above class meets 01/24 to 05/16) (Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
F
6:30am-6:45
CSH-BH
Y.CRYNS
DATES: (Above class meets 01/24 to 05/16) (TAACCCT Grant. Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
S
6:30am-6:45
CBHC-1ST
D.ZAMORA
DATES: (Above class meets 01/18 to 05/10) (Class meets every other week)
RN 66
BHVRL EMTNL CLIN
2
S
6:30am-6:45
CBHC-1ST
B.GREENE
DATES: (Above class meets 01/25 to 05/17) (Class meets every other week)
COREQ: RN 102. (A)
RN 101
TRANSITION FCC RN
1.5
T
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 02/18)
RN 101
TRANSITION FCC RN
1.5
T
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 02/18) (TAACCCT Grant)
COREQ: RN 101. (A)
RN 102
TRANSITION FCC RN SKL
1
M
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 02/24)
RN 102
TRANSITION FCC RN SKL
1
M
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 02/24) (TAACCCT Grant)

1:00pm-5:05

HS-270

J.ADAMS

1:00pm-5:05

HS-270

J.ADAMS

6:30am-4:20

HS-240

STAFF

6:30am-4:20

HS-240

J.ADAMS

RN 105
*****

COREQ: Acceptance into the Registered Nursing Program. (Formerly RN 23) (PASS/NO PASS only) (A)
RN 105
MEDICATION MATH
.5
M
5:00pm-7:50
HS-150
DATES: (Above class meets 01/27 to 02/10)

L.WALZBERG

RN 107
*****

COREQ: Acceptance into the Registered Nursing Program. (Formerly RN 25) (PASS/NO PASS only) (A)
RN 107
INT NSG PROCESS
.5
F
1:00pm-3:50
HS-150
DATES: (Above class meets 03/14 to 03/28)

J.KATO-GEE

RN 201
*****
*****

COREQ: RN 61. (PASS/NO PASS only)


RN 201
NCLEX-RN REVIEW
RN 201
NCLEX-RN REVIEW
(TAACCCT Grant)

2
2

T
T

4:00pm-5:50
4:00pm-5:50

HS-150
HS-150

E.DAY
E.DAY

RN 202
*****

PREQ: Admission into the nursing program.


RN 202
RN SUCCESS STRAT
1
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/10)

12:00pm-2:15

HS-150

D.BENEFIEL

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

124
P

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RN 204
*****

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREQ: Acceptance into the Registered Nursing program or acceptance of application into the Fresno City College RN
program.
RN 204
INTRO NURSNG PROF
1.5
MF
11:00am-12:15 HS-260
C.FLORENCE
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/23)

PARALEGAL
PLEGAL 1
24490

COREQ: BA 20. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
PLEGAL 1
PARALEGAL INTRO
3
W
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-188

PLEGAL 2A
24491

PREREQ: PLEGAL 1. (A, CSU)


PLEGAL 2A
LEG RES & WRITNG I

6:00pm-8:50

BE-221

F.BURNETT

PLEGAL 2B
24492

PREREQ: PLEGAL 2A. (A, CSU)


PLEGAL 2B
LEG RES & WRITNG II

6:00pm-9:05

BE-120

STAFF

PLEGAL 3
24538

PREREQ: PLEGAL 1. (A, CSU)


PLEGAL 3
FAMILY LAW

6:00pm-9:05

BE-136

D.SLAYBAUGH

PLEGAL 4
24542

PREREQ: PLEGAL 1. (A, CSU)


PLEGAL 4
PROBATE

Th

6:00pm-8:50

BE-221

STAFF

PLEGAL 6A
24529

COREQ: PLEGAL 2B. (A, CSU)


PLEGAL 6A
LITIGATION I

6:00pm-8:50

BE-137

P.MULLEN

PLEGAL 6B
24534

PREREQ: PLEGAL 6A. (A, CSU)


PLEGAL 6B
LITIGATION II

6:00pm-8:50

BE-120

STAFF

PLEGAL 7
24536

COREQ: PLEGAL 1. (A, CSU)


PLEGAL 7
LAW OFF PRACTICE

6:30pm-9:20

BE-221

M.MAIRE

PLEGAL 14
24541

COREQ: PLEGAL 1 or PLEGAL 156 or BT 140. (A, CSU)


PLEGAL 14
LAW OFF COMPUTING
3
Th

5:30pm-10:05

BE-218

L.ANDREONI

PLEGAL 19

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
PLEGAL 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
T
5:30pm-6:20
BE-136
B.MCCULLY
AND
7HRS ARROFF
B.MCCULLY
(This class is for PLEGAL students only).

*****

B.MCCULLY

PHILOSOPHY
PHIL 1A
24044
24046
24045
24047

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. (C-ID PHIL 100) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


PHIL 1A
KNOWLEDG/REALITY
3
MW
8:00am-9:15
PHIL 1A
KNOWLEDG/REALITY
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
PHIL 1A
KNOWLEDG/REALITY
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
PHIL 1A
KNOWLEDG/REALITY
3
MW
2:00pm-3:15

PHIL 1AH

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors
Program recommended. See Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (Formerly HONORS 1P) (C-ID PHIL 100) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
PHIL 1AH
HON KNOW/REALITY
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-125
K.YBARRA
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for information.)

*****

PHIL 1B
24048

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


PHIL 1B
SOC & POLIT PHIL
3
MW

9:30am-10:45

OAB-125
OAB-171
OAB-131
OAB-131

OAB-131

I.NANCE
R.BOYD
K.YBARRA
I.NANCE

W.STEPHENSON

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

PHIL 1C
15653

24049

24056
24054

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

125
INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. (C-ID PHIL 120) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


PHIL 1C
ETHICS
3
ARR
WEB
W.STEPHENSON
(#15653 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive the specic course URL, log-on and password via e-mail prior
to the start of class. You MUST activate, monitor, and use your college e-mail address, the one that ends in scccd.edu
after you register for the course. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact the
instructor at wendell.stephenson@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PHIL 1C
ETHICS
3
ARR
WEB
W.STEPHENSON
(#24049 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive the specic course URL, log-on and password via e-mail prior
to the start of class. You MUST activate, monitor, and use your college e-mail address, the one that ends in scccd.edu
after you register for the course. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact the
instructor at wendell.stephenson@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PHIL 1C
ETHICS
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-125
W.STEPHENSON
PHIL 1C
ETHICS
3
MW
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-131
W.STEPHENSON

PHIL 1D
24057

PREREQ: ENGL 1A. (Formerly PHIL 10) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


PHIL 1D
WORLD RELIGIONS
3
TTh

PHIL 2
23298
23299
23300

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. (Formerly PHIL 4) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


PHIL 2
CRIT REASONING
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
PHIL 2
CRIT REASONING
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
PHIL 2
CRIT REASONING
3
M
6:00pm-9:05

PHIL 6
24061
24060

PREREQ: MATH 103. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (C-ID PHIL 210) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
PHIL 6
SYMBOLIC LOGIC
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 OAB-131
PHIL 6
SYMBOLIC LOGIC
3
MW
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-273

12:30pm-1:45

OAB-131

R.BOYD

OAB-131
OAB-273
OAB-131

L.MUSSELMAN
L.MUSSELMAN
STAFF
R.BOYD
R.BOYD

PHOTOGRAPHY
PHOTO 5
25173
25187
25164
24329
25160
25169
25167
25158
25176
25163
26302
25174
25172
25179
25189
25175
26301
25180
25184
25190
25188

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
F
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
F
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
TTh
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
MW
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
MW
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
MW
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
TTh
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
MW
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
TTh
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
MW
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
WF
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
TTh
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
MW
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
TTh
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
MW
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
TTh
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
W
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
T
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
W
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
M
PHOTO 5
INTRO TO PHOTO
3
M

PHOTO 6
25196
25195

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
PHOTO 6
DIGITAL IMAG FUND
3
TTh
10:00am-12:15 T-400B
PHOTO 6
DIGITAL IMAG FUND
3
TTh
1:00pm-3:15
T-400B

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

9:00am-11:50
9:00am-11:50
10:00am-11:15
10:00am-11:20
11:00am-12:20
11:30am-12:50
12:00pm-1:15
12:00pm-1:20
1:00pm-2:15
1:00pm-2:20
1:00pm-2:20
2:00pm-3:15
2:00pm-3:20
3:00pm-4:15
3:00pm-4:20
3:30pm-4:45
5:00pm-7:50
6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-8:50
6:00pm-9:05
6:00pm-9:05

T-403
T-404
T-404
T-202
T-404
T-403
T-404
T-202
T-403
T-404
T-110
T-404
T-403
T-403
T-404
T-404
T-403
T-404
T-404
T-110
T-404

L.KRAUTER
L.WINTHER-SAXE
C.DE ANDA
R.JERKOVICH
E.SMITH
C.DE ANDA
C.DE ANDA
R.JERKOVICH
STAFF
E.SMITH
D.ASHCRAFT
D.ASHCRAFT
STAFF
G.HUBBARD
D.BALDRICA
D.ASHCRAFT
D.ASHCRAFT
D.BARKMAN
D.BARKMAN
D.BALDRICA
L.WINTHER-SAXE
G.HUBBARD
T.HALLS

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

126
P

SCH#

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PHOTO 12
25210
25214
25213

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly PHOTO 22) (A, CSU)
PHOTO 12
PHOTOSHOP 1
3
MW
9:00am-11:20
T-400B
L.KRAUTER
PHOTO 12
PHOTOSHOP 1
3
M
6:00pm-10:50
T-400B
STAFF
PHOTO 12
PHOTOSHOP 1
3
Th
6:00pm-10:50
T-400B
L.KRAUTER

PHOTO 15
67138

COREQ: PHOTO 5 or PHOTO 17 or equivalent. ADVISORY: PHOTO 12. (A, CSU)


PHOTO 15
PHOTO/VISUAL LIT
3
MW
10:00am-12:20

PHOTO 17
25223
25220

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly PHOTO 10) (A, CSU,
PHOTO 17
CLSC BLACK/WHITE
3
TTh
12:00pm-2:15
T-403
L.KRAUTER
PHOTO 17
CLSC BLACK/WHITE
3
MW
1:00pm-3:20
T-403
G.HUBBARD

PHOTO 18
25226

PREREQ: PHOTO 15. (A, CSU)


PHOTO 18
DIGITAL BLACK/WHITE

PHOTO 23
25230

PREREQ: PHOTO 12 or equivalent. (A, CSU)


PHOTO 23
PHOTOSHOP 2
3

PHOTO 32
25233

PREREQ: PHOTO 5 or equivalent. ADVISORY: PHOTO 12 and 26. (Formerly PHOTO 23 and 25) (A, CSU)
PHOTO 32
COM PORTRAITURE
3
Th
6:00pm-10:50
T-403

PHOTO 40
67137

PREREQ: PHOTO 5 or equivalent. ADVISORY: PHOTO 12, 15, or equivalent. (A, CSU)
PHOTO 40
PROFESSIONAL PRACT
3
T
6:00pm-10:50
T-403

T.HALLS

PHOTO 45
67238
67237

PREREQ: PHOTO 18, or 23, or 26, or 27, or 30, or 37, or 47. ADVISORY: PHOTO 40. (A, CSU)
PHOTO 45
ADVANCED PROJECTS
3
MW
10:00am-12:20 T-403
PHOTO 45
ADVANCED PROJECTS
3
T
6:00pm-10:50
T-403

T.HALLS
T.HALLS

PHOTO 47
25236

PREREQ: PHOTO 5. ADVISORY: PHOTO 15 and 30. (A, CSU)


PHOTO 47
BOOK/VIDEO PUB
3
TTh

T-403

T.HALLS

6:00pm-10:50

T-400B

G.HUBBARD

MW

1:30pm-3:50

T-400B

C.DE ANDA
J.TENNEY

10:00am-12:15

T-403

T.HALLS

TTh

9:00am-9:50

STAD

C.KADINGO

TTh

10:00am-10:50

STAD

C.KADINGO

R.WILLIAMS
R.WILLIAMS
R.WILLIAMS
R.WILLIAMS
R.WILLIAMS
B.AZALI
B.AZALI

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PE 3
25910
15838

PE 4

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 14) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 3
ARCHERY
1
(First class meeting will be held in RS-109A)
PE 3
ARCHERY
1
(First class meeting will be held in RS-109A)

25932
25933
25934
25935
25938
25936
15903

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 1) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 4
BADMINTON
1
PE 4
BADMINTON
1
PE 4
BADMINTON
1
PE 4
BADMINTON
1
PE 4
BADMINTON
1
PE 4
BADMINTON
1
PE 4
BADMINTON
1

MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
T
Th

8:00am-8:50
9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50
11:00am-11:50
12:00pm-12:50
7:30pm-9:20
7:30pm-9:20

G-12
G-12
G-12
G-12
G-12
G-12
G-12

25942
25943
15923

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 5A) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 5
BASKETBALL
1
PE 5
BASKETBALL
1
PE 5
BASKETBALL
1

TTh
TTh
TTh

8:00am-8:50
9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50

PG-100
PG-100
PG-100

PE 5

PE 6
*****
25945

E.MADEC
E.MADEC
E.MADEC

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 15A) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 6
FITNESS & HEALTH
1
36HRS ARR
ARR
W.MUSICK
DATES: (Above class meets 02/26 to 05/23) (Registered Nursing Students Only. First class meeting will be held on
Wednesday, February 26, 2013 at 4:00pm in G-114.)
PE 6
FITNESS & HEALTH
1
TTh
9:00am-9:50
G-101
J.HAO

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

25952
25955

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 10) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 7
GOLF
1
PE 7
GOLF
1

MW
MW

9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50

STAD
STAD

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 17A) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND
PE 9
PHYSICAL FITNESS
1
AND

MW
1HR ARR
TTh
1HR ARR
MW
1HR ARR
TTh
1HR ARR
MW
1HR ARR
TTh
1HR ARR
MW
1HR ARR
TTh
1HR ARR
MW
1HR ARR
TTh
1HR ARR
TTh
1HR ARR
MW
1HR ARR
TTh
1HR ARR
MW
1HR ARR
TTh
1HR ARR
MW
1HR ARR

8:00am-8:50

G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103
G-103

R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
R.SCOTT
G.BLUTH
G.BLUTH
E.MADEC
E.MADEC
E.SOLBERG
E.SOLBERG
O.GERMOND
O.GERMOND
P.KEYSAW
P.KEYSAW
W.MUSICK
W.MUSICK
P.KEYSAW
P.KEYSAW
W.MUSICK
W.MUSICK
P.KEYSAW
P.KEYSAW
M.STEVENS
M.STEVENS
R.WILLIAMS
R.WILLIAMS

10:00am-10:50

POOL

O.GERMOND

11:00am-11:50

POOL

O.GERMOND

8:00am-8:50
9:00am-9:50
9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50
10:00am-10:50
11:00am-11:50
11:00am-11:50
12:00pm-12:50
5:00pm-7:50

TNCT
TNCT
TNCT
TNCT
TNCT
TNCT
TNCT
TNCT
TNCT

O.GERMOND
E.SOLBERG
O.GERMOND
E.SOLBERG
E.SOLBERG
E.SOLBERG
C.KADINGO
O.GERMOND
H.PERKINS

PE 7

PE 9
25956
25957
25958
25959
25960
25961
25962
25963
25966
25968
25970
25976
25972
25977
25973
25979

PE 12
25853
25852

PE 13
25863
25855
25856
25857
25858
25859
25861
25862
25854

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 16A) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 12
SWIMMING
1
MTWTh
DATES: (#25853 meets 03/17 to 05/22)
PE 12
SWIMMING
1
MTWTh
DATES: (#25852 meets 03/17 to 05/22)
PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 7) (A, CSU, UC)
PE 13
TENNIS
1
PE 13
TENNIS
1
PE 13
TENNIS
1
PE 13
TENNIS
1
PE 13
TENNIS
1
PE 13
TENNIS
1
PE 13
TENNIS
1
PE 13
TENNIS
1
PE 13
TENNIS
1
DATES: (#25854 meets 02/26 to 05/21)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

TTh
MW
TTh
MW
TTh
MW
TTh
MW
W

TIMES

8:00am-8:50
9:00am-9:50
9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50
10:00am-10:50
11:00am-11:50
11:00am-11:50
1:00pm-1:50
1:00pm-1:50
2:00pm-2:50
4:00pm-4:50
4:00pm-4:50
5:00pm-5:50
5:00pm-5:50
6:00pm-6:50

ROOM

127
INSTRUCTOR

A.CAVIGLIA
A.CAVIGLIA

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

128
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

25866
25867
25868
25869
15742

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 5G) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 14
VOLLEYBALL
1
PE 14
VOLLEYBALL
1
PE 14
VOLLEYBALL
1
PE 14
VOLLEYBALL
1
PE 14
VOLLEYBALL
1

TTh
TTh
TTh
TTh
M

9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50
11:00am-11:50
12:00pm-12:50
6:00pm-7:50

G-12
G-12
G-12
G-12
G-12

PE 15A
25872
25873
25876
25875
25874

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 11B) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 15A
WEIGHT TRAIN-WMN
1
PE 15A
WEIGHT TRAIN-WMN
1
PE 15A
WEIGHT TRAIN-WMN
1
PE 15A
WEIGHT TRAIN-WMN
1
PE 15A
WEIGHT TRAIN-WMN
1

TTh
MW
TTh
MW
TTh

9:00am-9:50
11:00am-11:50
11:00am-11:50
12:00pm-12:50
1:00pm-1:50

G-105
G-105
G-105
G-105
G-105

G.BLUTH
R.SCOTT
G.BLUTH
E.MADEC
G.BLUTH

PE 15B
25879
25880
25881

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 11A) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 15B
WEIGHT TRAIN-MEN
1
MW
PE 15B
WEIGHT TRAIN-MEN
1
TTh
PE 15B
WEIGHT TRAIN-MEN
1
TTh

9:00am-9:50
10:00am-10:50
12:00pm-12:50

G-105
G-105
G-105

E.MADEC
A.CAVIGLIA
O.GERMOND

PE 15C
25887
25888
25890
25895
25892
25893
25894

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE ACT 11C) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 15C
WEIGHT TRAIN-COED
1
PE 15C
WEIGHT TRAIN-COED
1
PE 15C
WEIGHT TRAIN-COED
1
PE 15C
WEIGHT TRAIN-COED
1
PE 15C
WEIGHT TRAIN-COED
1
PE 15C
WEIGHT TRAIN-COED
1
PE 15C
WEIGHT TRAIN-COED
1

7:00am-7:50
7:00am-7:50
8:00am-8:50
10:00am-10:50
1:00pm-1:50
6:00pm-6:50
6:00pm-6:50

G-105
G-105
G-105
G-105
G-105
G-105
G-105

R.SCOTT
E.SOLBERG
O.GERMOND
E.MADEC
E.MADEC
S.AUBLE
M.STEVENS

PE 17

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly PE ACT 28) (A, CSU, UC)
PE 17
HATHA YOGA
1
F
12:00pm-1:50
G-101
N.FLORES

PE 14

25902

PE 20
25904

PE 27
24609

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

MW
TTh
MW
MW
MW
MW
TTh

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

B.TESSLER
B.TESSLER
B.TESSLER
B.TESSLER
H.PERKINS

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A background in science is preferred.) (A,
CSU, UC)
PE 20
ATHLETIC TRAINING
4
MWF
11:30am-12:20 PPC-110
J.NELSON
AND
2HRS ARR
PPC-110
J.NELSON
PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)
PE 27
CARDIO TRNG

MW

10:00am-10:50

STAD

G.BLUTH

PE 29B
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 29B
COMP BADMINTON
3
9.5HRS ARR
G-12
(For further information contact instructor at carol.kadingo@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

C.KADINGO

PE 30B
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE INT 41) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 30B
COMP BASEBALL
3
9.5HRS ARR
(For further information contact instructor at ron.scott@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

PE 31C
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 31C
BSKTBALL CONDITN
1
MTWTh
2:00pm-3:15
G-12
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/22) (For further information contact instructor at
ed.madec@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

PE 33C
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 33C
FOOTBALL CONDITN
1
TTh
5:00pm-7:50
PPC-110
DATES: (Above class meets 03/18 to 05/22) (For further information contact instructor at
tony.caviglia@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

PE 34B
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE INT 46) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 34B
COMP GOLF
3
9.5HRS ARR
OFF
(For further information contact instructor at jenine.paniccia@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

BPRK

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

R.SCOTT

E.MADEC

A.CAVIGLIA

J.PANICCIA

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

PE 35B
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE INT 38) (A, CSU)


PE 35B
PEP AND CHEER
2
6HRS ARR
(For further information contact instructor at hope.villines@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

PE 36C
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 36C
SOCCER CONDITN
1
4.5HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 02/25 to 05/23) (For further information contact instructor at
oliver.germond@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PE 36C
SOCCER CONDITN
1
4.5HRS ARR
STAD
DATES: (Above class meets 02/24 to 05/23) (For further information contact instructor at
eric.solberg@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

*****

G-112

PE 37B
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE INT 36) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 37B
COMP SOFTBALL
3
DAILY
3:00pm-4:50
NFLD
(Contact instructor at rhonda.williams@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)

PE 38B
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE INT 44) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 38B
COMP TENNIS
3
9.5HRS ARR
(Contact instructor at rick.scheidt@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)
PE 38B
COMP TENNIS
3
9.5HRS ARR
(Contact instructor at rick.scheidt@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)

*****

PE 39B
*****
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly PE INT 43) (A, CSU, UC)


PE 39B
COMP TRACK&FIELD
3
9.5HRS ARR
(Contact instructor at jesus.reyes@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)
PE 39B
COMP TRACK&FIELD
3
9.5HRS ARR
(Contact instructor at jesus.reyes@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)

129
INSTRUCTOR

H.VILLINES

O.GERMOND
E.SOLBERG

R.WILLIAMS

TNCT

R.SCHEIDT

TNCT

H.BESSINGER

STAD

J.REYES

STAD

J.REYES

PE 40C
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 40C
VOLLEYBALL CONDTN
1
5HRS ARR
ARR
T.SCHULTE
DATES: (Above class meets 03/12 to 05/23) (Contact instructor at tracy.schulte@fresnocitycollege.edu for further
information.)

PE 41C
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 41C
WRESTLING CONDITN
1
4.5HRS ARR
G-107
P.KEYSAW
DATES: (Above class meets 02/25 to 05/23) (Contact instructor at paul.keysaw@fresnocitycollege.edu for further
information.)

PE 42C
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 42C
WATRPOLO CONDITN
1
5HRS ARR
OFF
G.ROSSI-HILL
DATES: (Above class meets 03/11 to 05/22) (Contact instructor at gianna.rossi@fresnocitycollege.edu for further
information.)

PE 45

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


PE 45
PERFORMANCE TRNG
1
2HRS ARR
G-105
P.KEYSAW
(Contact instructor at paul.keysaw@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)
PE 45
PERFORMANCE TRNG
1
2HRS ARR
PPC-110
A.CAVIGLIA
(Contact instructor at tony.caviglia@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)
PE 45
PERFORMANCE TRNG
1
2HRS ARR
PPC-110
A.CAVIGLIA
(Contact instructor at tony.caviglia@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)
PE 45
PERFORMANCE TRNG
1
2HRS ARR
PPC-110
E.MADEC
(Contact instructor at ed.madec@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)
PE 45
PERFORMANCE TRNG
1
2HRS ARR
PPC-110
A.CAVIGLIA
(Contact instructor at tony.caviglia@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)
PE 45
PERFORMANCE TRNG
1
TTh
3:00pm-4:15
PPC-110
O.GERMOND
DATES: (Above class meets 02/25 to 05/22) (Contact instructor at oliver.germond@fresnocitycollege.edu for further
information.)
PE 45
PERFORMANCE TRNG
1
MW
4:00pm-4:50
PPC-110
M.UNZUETA
(Contact instructor at jesus.reyes@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)
PE 45
PERFORMANCE TRNG
1
MW
5:00pm-5:50
G-105
S.AUBLE
(Contact instructor at rhonda.williams@fresnocitycollege.edu for further information.)

*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

130
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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

*****
*****

PE 50
PE 53
PE 54
*****

PE 55

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 50
ADAPT FIT & FLEX

MW

12:00pm-12:50

G-114

STAFF

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 53
ADPT STRNGTH TRG

MW

2:00pm-2:50

G-105

STAFF

TTh

9:00am-10:15

G-114

STAFF

TTh

12:00pm-12:50

G-114

STAFF

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 54
ADPT WLK&CONDITN
DATES: (Above class meets 02/25 to 05/20)

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU, UC)


PE 55
ADPT FLX&STRNGTH

28768

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly PE PRE 35) (A, CSU, UC)
PE 62
INTRO TO KINES
3
MW
11:00am-12:15 RS-116
G.BLUTH

PE 62

PHYSICAL SCIENCE
PHYSC 11
26357
24882
24884

ADVISORY: MATH 201 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
PHYSC 11
INTRO PHYSC
3
MW
4:30pm-5:50
S-70
STAFF
PHYSC 11
INTRO PHYSC
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
S-200
B.VUE
PHYSC 11
INTRO PHYSC
3
Th
6:30pm-9:20
S-200
L.SAMORA

PHYSICS
PHYS 2A
24846
24868

PREREQ: MATH 4A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID PHYS 100S =
PHYS 2A + PHYS 2B, and C-ID PHYS 105) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
PHYS 2A
GENERAL PHYS 1
4
TTh
8:00am-9:15
S-270
STAFF
AND
W
8:00am-10:50
S-260
STAFF
PHYS 2A
GENERAL PHYS 1
4
TTh
11:00am-12:15 S-270
STAFF
AND
W
11:00am-1:50
S-260
STAFF

PHYS 2B
24872

PREREQ: PHYS 2A. (C-ID PHYS 100S = PHYS 2A + PHYS 2B, and C-ID PHYS 110) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
PHYS 2B
GENERAL PHYS 2
4
TTh
9:30am-10:45
S-270
AND
M
8:00am-11:05
S-260

PHYS 4A

COREQ: MATH 5B. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID PHYS 205) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
PHYS 4A
PHYS SCIEN/ENGR
4
MW
8:00am-9:20
S-270
D.BALOGH
AND
Th
8:00am-10:50
S-260
D.BALOGH
PHYS 4A
PHYS SCIEN/ENGR
4
MW
11:00am-12:20 S-270
D.BALOGH
AND
Th
11:00am-1:50
S-260
D.BALOGH
PHYS 4A
PHYS SCIEN/ENGR
4
MW
2:00pm-3:15
S-270
STAFF
AND
Th
2:00pm-4:50
S-260
STAFF

24873
24875
24878

PHYS 4C
24881

PREREQ: PHYS 4A. PHYS 4B is not a prerequisite. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


PHYS 4C
PHYS SCIEN/ENGR
4
MW
9:30am-10:50
AND
T
8:00am-10:50

S-270
S-260

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

STAFF
STAFF

D.BALOGH
D.BALOGH

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

Health Care
Providers
CPR

131

Career Training
Professional Development

American Heart Association CPR


Certification Card upon completion

Continuing Education

Saturday and evening programs


Meets state and local requirements
4.5-hour program

Online Programs

Program Dates:
Monthly in 2014

Worksite Training
Call for details: (559) 265-5760 or visit
www.fccti.fresnocitycollege.edu

www.fccti.fresnocitycollege.edu
(559) 265-5760 (800) 934-3339

Fee-based programs for career and professional growth

Phlebotomy

Pharmacy Technician
Train for a NEW CAREER in Just 5 Months
Evening Program

Hands-On Training
Meets California Requirements
Includes 120 hours of Clinical Rotation
High Demand Occupation
Orientationis mandatory

Orientation on November 13, 2013


Program starting January, May, and September

8 hours per Week


Includes Clinical Hours
Great Career Opportunities

Orientation on January 8, 2014


Program Starting February 3, 2014

For details visit www.fccti.fresnocitycollege.edu


Fee-based programs for career and professional growth

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

Advisory: The ed2go courses are offered in partnership with the Fresno
City College Training Institute. Courses are not-for-credit. Courses taken
do not articulate with Fresno City College and they do not transfer.
NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

INSTRUCTOR

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


P

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

133
INSTRUCTOR

POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLSCI 2
25139

24684
24680
24711
24673
24667
24674
24682
24677
24671
26344
*****

24679
26345

POLSCI 2H
*****

PREREQ: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
ARR
WEB
M.TREZZA
AND
MW
2:00pm-4:50
FH-103
M.TREZZA
AND
Th
2:00pm-4:50
OAB-271
M.TREZZA
(#25139 is a hybrid distance education class offered via the Internet. This hybrid online class requires 4 face to face
class sessions held on the FCC campus at predetermined times and a location. These are mandatory class sessions for
an orientation, examinations, and lecture. The required sessions are 01/13 and 05/14 from 2-4:50 p.m. in
FH-103, and 02/20 and 03/27 from 2-4:50 p.m. in OAB-231. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet
connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
mark.trezza@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject POLSCI 2 access to receive information about course access.
This is to be done before the start date for the class.)
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
FH-103
S.VELASQUEZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
FH-101
M.TREZZA
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
SO-104
S.VELASQUEZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
FH-101
J.JOSEPH
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 FH-101
S.JOHAL
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 FH-103
J.JOSEPH
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 FH-103
M.TREZZA
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 SO-104
J.JOSEPH
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
FH-103
S.JOHAL
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
TTh
2:00pm-5:05
FH-101
J.TUGGLE
DATES: (#26344 meets 03/18 to 05/15)
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
TTh
5:30pm-10:00
SO-104
STAFF
AND
S
8:30am-1:00
HS-250
STAFF
DATES: (Above class meets 01/07 to 01/30) (This class is part of the Social Sciences and Business Division 25-Month
Programs. Entrance into the class by permission of the respective Division Dean. Meets: 01/07, 01/09, 01/11, 01/14,
01/16, 01/18, 01/21, 01/23, 01/25, 01/28, & 01/30.)
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
FH-101
STAFF
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
SO-210
J.TUGGLE
PREREQ: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. ADVISORY: Meet the qualications for consideration for acceptance into the Honors
Program recommended. See Honors Program listing in the college catalog. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
POLSCI 2H
HON AMERICAN GOV
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 SO-221
S.JOHAL
(Contact the Honors Program at [559] 442-8207 for more information.)

POLSCI 3
24713

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. (A, CSU)


POLSCI 3
POLITICAL THEORY

SO-221

S.JOHAL

POLSCI 5
24717

ADVISORY: POLSCI 2 and eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 260D. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
POLSCI 5
COMPAR GOVERNMT
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 SO-221

S.JOHAL

POLSCI 13
24666

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)


POLSCI 13
JUDICIAL REASON
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15

TTh

2:00pm-3:15

OAB-231

S.VELASQUEZ

24664

(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
POLSCI 13
JUDICIAL REASON
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-231

B.MCCULLY

POLSCI 24
66124

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
POLSCI 24
INTERN RELATIONS
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
SO-210

J.JOSEPH

POLSCI 110
24604

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126. (A)


POLSCI 110
AMERICAN INSTNS
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 OAB-217
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

POLSCI 174

ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 125 and 126 or English as a b Second Language 67 and 68 recommended. Formerly
POLSCI 74) (A)
POLSCI 174
INTERN RELATIONS
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
SO-210
J.JOSEPH

66224

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

S.VELASQUEZ

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 2
24720
24724
24727
24740
24722
26340
24742
24728
25151
25152
24726

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A is recommended. (Formerly PSY 7) (C-ID PSY 110) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
FH-103
T.MARTINEZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
FH-103
T.MARTINEZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 FH-101
R.SLATON
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 OAB-119
F.WILLIAMS
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 OAB-271
T.MARTINEZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-231
C.SULLIVAN
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
OAB-119
F.WILLIAMS
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
TTh
2:00pm-3:15
OAB-217
C.SULLIVAN
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
TTh
2:00pm-4:50
FH-101
L.DA COSTA
DATES: (#25151 meets 01/14 to 03/13) (Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments
in this class.)
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
TTh
2:00pm-5:05
SO-104
L.DA COSTA
DATES: (#25152 meets 03/18 to 05/14) (Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments
in this class.)
PSY 2
GENERAL PSYCH
3
W
6:30pm-9:20
FH-101
B.SATTERTHWAITE

PSY 5
24760

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID PSY 170) (A, CSU, UC)
PSY 5
SOCIAL PSYCH
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
FH-103
T.MARTINEZ
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

PSY 15
24718

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
PSY 15
PSY OF RELIGION
3
M
6:00pm-9:05
OAB-231

PSY 16
24719

ADVISORY: PSY 2 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID PSY 120) (A, CSU, UC)
PSY 16
ABNORMAL PSYCH
3
T
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-231
D.HOEHING

PSY 25
24744
24749

ADVISORY: PSY 2 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID PSY 130) (A, CSU, UC)
PSY 25
HUMAN SEXUALITY
3
MWF
11:00am-11:50 FH-101
R.SLATON
PSY 25
HUMAN SEXUALITY
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 FH-103
R.SLATON

PSY 33
24756

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
PSY 33
PERS&SOC ADJUST
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
SO-210

24752

PSY 36
25476

(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
PSY 33
PERS&SOC ADJUST
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
SO-209

D.HOEHING

F.WILLIAMS
L.HUGHES

PREREQ: PSY 2. ADVISORY: BIOL 3 or 5, and eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU, UC)
PSY 36
BIOLOGICAL PSYCH
3
MW
11:00am-11:50 OAB-271 M.VALENTINO-SINGER
AND
ARR
WEB
M.VALENTINO-SINGER
(#25476 is a hybrid distance education class. It includes two face-to-face sessions per week along with weekly online
contact. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection and an active student e-mail account.
For more information, contact the instructor at maryann.valentino@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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PSY 38
66206

66207
66205
66251
66204

PSY 39
66212

66208
66209
66210
66211
66250
66213

PSY 42
25372
25370
25374

PSY 45
24758

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

135
INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also CHDEV 38) (C-ID PSY 180) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
PSY 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
ARR
WEB
M.MILLER
(#66206 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an
Internet connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marybeth.miller@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject PSY 38 access to receive information about course access.
This is to be done before the start date for the class.)
PSY 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
SO-208
STAFF
PSY 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
SO-209
C.FITZGERALD
PSY 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
W
2:30pm-5:20
OAB-216
M.MATEO-LAENO
PSY 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
Th
6:30pm-9:20
FH-103
B.COLBERT
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. Verication of freedom from tuberculosis
recommended. (See also CHDEV 39) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
PSY 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
ARR
WEB
M.MILLER
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
M.MILLER
(#66212 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an
Internet connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marybeth.miller@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject PSY 39 access to receive information about course access.
This is to be done before the start date for the class.)
PSY 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
AH-208
D.DECKER
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
D.DECKER
PSY 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
HS-210
M.MAGNIA
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.MAGNIA
PSY 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 HS-210
M.MAGNIA
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.MAGNIA
PSY 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
AH-208
M.MAGNIA
AND
1HR ARR
CDC-107
M.MAGNIA
PSY 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
T
6:30pm-9:20
SO-209
A.GRAVES
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
A.GRAVES
PSY 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
SO-104
C.YANN
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
C.YANN
PREREQ: MATH 103 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See
also MATH 42) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
PSY 42
STATS-BEHVRL SCI
4
TTh
10:00am-11:50 S-50
S.ANDERSON
PSY 42
STATS-BEHVRL SCI
4
MW
12:00pm-1:50
OAB-274
S.ANDERSON
PSY 42
STATS-BEHVRL SCI
4
MW
6:00pm-7:50
OAB-278
STAFF
PREREQ: PSY 2 or 2H and PSY or MATH 42. ADVISORY: ENGL 1A or 1AH. (C-ID PSY 200) (A, CSU, UC)
PSY 45
PSY RESEARCH METH
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 OAB-119
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

F.WILLIAMS

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
RAD 2A
*****

PREREQ: RAD 1A, 1B, 1C and 1D. COREQ: RAD 2B, 2C and 2D. (A, CSU)
RAD 2A
RAD BIOLOGY
6
MWF
9:00am-10:50

HS-200

J.SHULTZ

RAD 2B
*****
*****
*****

PREREQ: RAD 1A, 1B, 1C and 1D. COREQ: RAD 2A, 2C and 2D. (A, CSU)
RAD 2B
ADV POSITION LAB
1
T
8:00am-10:50
RAD 2B
ADV POSITION LAB
1
T
11:00am-1:50
RAD 2B
ADV POSITION LAB
1
T
2:00pm-4:50

HS-110
HS-110
HS-110

S.OAKS
S.OAKS
S.OAKS

RAD 2C
*****

PREREQ: RAD 1A, 1B, 1C, and 1D. COREQ: RAD 2A, 2B and 2D. (A, CSU)
RAD 2C
CLINIC OBSERV LB
3
Th
8:00am-4:15

HOSP

S.OAKS

RAD 2D

PREREQ: RAD 1A, 1B,1C and 1D. COREQ: RAD 2A, 2B and 2C. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation requirement
for Radiologic Technology majors only.) (A, CSU)
RAD 2D
QUALITY ASSURANC
1
MWF
11:00am-11:50 HS-200
S.OAKS

*****

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

S.OAKS

RAD 5A
*****

PREREQ: RAD 4A, 4B, and 4C. COREQ: RAD 5B and 5C. (A, CSU)
RAD 5A
SPECIAL PROCED
2
Th
(TAACCCT Grant)

3:00pm-4:50

HS-100

RAD 5B
*****

PREREQ: RAD 4A, 4B, and 4C. COREQ: RAD 5A and 5C. (A, CSU)
RAD 5B
SPECIAL CLINICAL
12
MTWF
(TAACCCT Grant)

8:00am-4:50

HOSP

J.SHULTZ

RAD 5C
*****

PREREQ: RAD 4A, 4B, and 4C. (A, CSU)


RAD 5C
FLUOROSCOPY
(TAACCCT Grant)

12:00pm-2:50

HS-110

J.SHULTZ

Th

REAL ESTATE
RE 40
24586

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly RE 50) (A, CSU)
RE 40
RE PRINCIPLES
3
MW
6:00pm-9:05
OAB-278
DATES: (#24586 meets 01/13 to 03/12)

24589

PREREQ: RE 40 or hold a license as a real estate salesperson or broker in California. (Formerly RE 51) (A, CSU)
RE 41
RE PRACTICE
3
MW
6:00pm-9:05
OAB-278
G.CARTER
DATES: (#24589 meets 03/17 to 05/14)

RE 41

G.CARTER

RECREATION
REC 19
*****

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
REC 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
W
11:00am-11:50 G-112
S.YATES
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
S.YATES

REC 20
25981

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
REC 20
INTRO TO REC
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
G-112

P.KEYSAW

REC 21
25982

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
REC 21
REC LEADERSHIP
3
TTh
12:00pm-12:50 G-112
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR

P.KEYSAW
P.KEYSAW

REC 23
25983

COREQ: REC 20. (A, CSU)


REC 23
OUTDOOR REC

3
AND

TTh
3HRS ARR

11:00am-11:50

G-112
ARR

P.KEYSAW
P.KEYSAW

RESPIRATORY CARE
RCARE 19
*****

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to occupational work
experience. Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Supervised employment directly
related to the students major. Offered under specic majors. (A, CSU)
RCARE 19
COOP WKEXP-OCCUP
1-8
ARR
ARR
K.DUNCAN
AND
7HRS ARR
ARR
K.DUNCAN

RCARE 21
*****

PREREQ: RCARE 20. ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU)


RCARE 21
APPLIC & PROCED
11
TWTh
AND
F

RCARE 23

PREREQ: RCARE 22. COREQ: RCARE 25. ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation requirement
for Respiratory Care Practitioner majors only.) (A, CSU)
RCARE 23
CLINIC APPLIC II
9
M
1:30pm-3:20
HS-230
V.FRAIN
AND
MTWTh
7:00am-12:30
HOSP
V.FRAIN

*****

9:00am-12:50
7:00am-10:25

HS-230
HOSP-H

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

D.DAY
D.DAY

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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RCARE 25
*****

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

PREREQ: RCARE 22. COREQ: RCARE 23. ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU)
RCARE 25
RESP DISEASE
2
T
1:30pm-3:20

137

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

HS-230

V.FRAIN

SOCIOLOGY
SOC 1A
24798
24761
24796
26353
24799
24791
24797
24762
24765
24793
24789
26339
24792
26352
24794

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also SOC 160) (C-ID SOCI 110) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
TTh
8:00am-9:15
OAB-271
M.VINICOR
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
FH-101
C.GAROUPA
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
SO-104
L.VANG
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
AH-208
C.GAROUPA
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-271
M.VINICOR
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
SO-211 N.GUTIERREZ-SAUCEDA
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 FH-103
L.VANG
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 OAB-271
C.GAROUPA
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 OAB-216 N.GUTIERREZ-SAUCEDA
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
SO-104
B.NAVARRO
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
OAB-216 N.GUTIERREZ-SAUCEDA
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
SO-221
B.NAVARRO
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
MW
5:00pm-6:20
SO-104
C.MEDRANO
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
OAB-225
STAFF
SOC 1A
INTRO TO SOC
3
M
6:30pm-9:35
FH-103
L.VANG

SOC 1B
24800

ADVISORY: ENGL 1A and SOC 1A or 1AH. (C-ID SOCI 115) (A, CSU, UC)
SOC 1B
CRIT THKNG SOC PROB
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15

SOC 5
66200

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also WSTS 5) (A, CSU)
SOC 5
SOC OF RAPE
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
OAB-119

M.VINICOR

SOC 7
66201

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also WSTS 7) (A, CSU)
SOC 7
DOMEST VIOLENCE
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 AH-208

R.CLIFT

SOC 10

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also HS 10) (Formerly SOC 22) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
SOC 10
SOC OF AGING
3
MW
1:30pm-2:50
OAB-217
W.DAILEY JR
SOC 10
SOC OF AGING
3
MW
3:00pm-4:20
OAB-217
W.DAILEY JR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)
SOC 10
SOC OF AGING
3
MW
5:00pm-6:20
OAB-217
W.DAILEY JR
(Extensive use of a computer and the Internet is required for graded assignments in this class.)

66252
66221
66220

SO-211

L.VANG

SOC 14
66214

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also CLS 14) (A, CSU, UC)
SOC 14
SOC MEX AMER COM
3
MW
3:30pm-4:50
AH-108
C.MEDRANO

SOC 31
24801

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
SOC 31
CHILD IN SOCIETY
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 SO-211

SOC 32
24802

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID SOCI 130) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
SOC 32
MARRIAGE & FAMILY
3
MWF
8:00am-8:50
OAB-119
M.VINICOR

N.GUTIERREZ-SAUCEDA

SUPERVISED TUTORING
ST 300
*****
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly ST 100)


ST 300
SUPERVISED TUTOR
ST 300
SUPERVISED TUTOR

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

0
0

ARR
ARR

ARR
ARR

T.VILLALBA
R.SANCHEZ

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (See also SPEECH 12) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
TA 12
ORAL INTERP
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15
TA-105
TA 12
ORAL INTERP
3
T
7:00pm-9:50
MS-104

A.SPJUTE
STAFF

THEATRE ARTS
TA 12
69124
69125

TA 15C
69200

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or the equivalent. (See also ENGL 15C) (A, CSU, UC)
TA 15C
CREA WRT: PLAYWRT
3
TTh
1:00pm-2:15

TA 23

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (C-ID THTR 192) (A, CSU)
TA 23
TECH THEATRE PRACT
3
Th
1:00pm-1:50
AND
T
1:00pm-3:50
AND
62HRS ARR
(Students must crew one show)

23550

MS-103

C.ERVEN

OAB-188
TA-118
ARR

C.BOLTZ
C.BOLTZ
C.BOLTZ

TA-106

C.BOLTZ

TA 27B
23551

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
TA 27B
LIGHTING DESIGN
3
MW
1:00pm-2:50

TA 28

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly TA 37) (C-ID THTR 175) (A, CSU, UC)
TA 28
STAGE MAKEUP
3
MW
8:00am-10:20
TA-108

C.QUINN

TA 29A
69329

PREREQ: TA 23. (A, CSU)


TA 29A
ADV THRTE PRAC I

1:00pm-3:50

TA-118

C.BOLTZ

TA 29B
69429

PREREQ: TA 29A. (C-ID THTR 173) (A, CSU)


TA 29B
ADV THRTE PRAC II

1:00pm-3:50

TA-118

C.BOLTZ

TA 30
23555
23556
23557

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (C-ID THTR 111 and 112) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
TA 30
THEATRE APPREC
3
MW
9:00am-10:20
OAB-176
TA 30
THEATRE APPREC
3
MW
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-127
TA 30
THEATRE APPREC
3
Th
6:00pm-8:50
MS-104

C.ERVEN
C.ERVEN
J.KNUDSEN

23558

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly TA 32B) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
TA 32
HIST/DRAMA LIT 2
3
TTh
9:30am-10:45
OAB-127

A.SPJUTE

23559

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly TA 35B) (C-ID THTR 174) (A, CSU, UC)
TA 36
COSTUME DESIGN
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 TA-106

23552

TA 32
TA 36

D.SHAPAZIAN

TA 39A
23560

PREREQ: TA 23. (A, CSU)


TA 39A
INT CREW PRACT I
DATES: (#23560 meets 02/21 to 03/14)

TA 40

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (C-ID THTR 191) (A, CSU)
TA 40
PERFORM PRACTICM
3
ARR
ARR
D.SHAPAZIAN
AND
14HRS ARR
ARR
D.SHAPAZIAN
DATES: (Above class meets 01/21 to 03/14) (You must audition and be cast as an actor in our Fall or Spring production
to be added to this class. Auditions are held at the beginning of the semester - please check with the department for
dates and times. This class will have its rst meeting at 6:00 pm on 01/21/14 in TA-105.)

*****

TA 41

ARR

TA-118

C.BOLTZ

23562
23563
23564

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly TA 31A) (C-ID THTR 151) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
TA 41
BEGINNING ACTING
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 TA-105
TA 41
BEGINNING ACTING
3
TTh
2:30pm-3:45
TA-105
TA 41
BEGINNING ACTING
3
MW
2:30pm-3:50
TA-105

23565

PREREQ: TA 41 or TA 42. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Formerly TA 31B) (C-ID THTR 152) (A,
CSU-GE, UC)
TA 43
INTERMED ACTING
3
MW
10:30am-11:50 TA-105
C.ERVEN

TA 43

TA 44A
69344

PREREQ: TA 41 or TA 42 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. Theatre Arts 43


recommended. (Formerly TA 38A and 38B and TA 38) (A, CSU-GE, UC)
TA 44A
ACTORS WORKSHOP
3
MW
12:00pm-2:20
TA-105

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

C.ERVEN
J.CHRISTL
J.CHRISTL

J.CHRISTL

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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139
INSTRUCTOR

TA 44B
69444

PREREQ: TA 41 and TA 44A. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
TA 44B
ACTORS WORKSHOP 2
3
MW
12:00pm-2:20
TA-105

TA 45

PREREQ: Students must either be selected by Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival adjudicators
for participation in the festival, or be approved by the instructor to attend. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A
recommended. (A, CSU)
TA 45
KENNEDY CNTR FSTVL
2
TTh
4:00pm-5:15
TA-105
J.CHRISTL
AND
54HRS ARR
ARR
J.CHRISTL
DATES: (Above class meets 01/14 to 02/27)

*****

J.CHRISTL

TA 48A
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU)


TA 48A
TEASERS I
1
ARR
AND
2.25HRS ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 04/07 to 05/16)

ARR
ARR

C.ERVEN
C.ERVEN

TA 48B
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A, CSU)


TA 48B
TEASERS II
1
ARR
AND
2.25HRS ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 04/07 to 05/16)

ARR
ARR

C.ERVEN
C.ERVEN

TA 348
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly TA 80)


TA 348
SENIOR PLAY PROD

ARR
ARR

STAFF
STAFF

0
AND

ARR
10HRS ARR

DATES: (Above class meets 03/10 to 06/16)

WELDING TECHNOLOGY
WELD 1
26210
26211

WELD 2A
26212
26224

WELD 2B
67114
67120

WELD 3A
67214

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130 recommended. Recommended
for students with no prior welding experience. (A, CSU)
WELD 1
EXPL WELD/METALS
3
TTh
9:00am-11:15
T-107
STAFF
(This course requires a $5.00 materials fee.)
WELD 1
EXPL WELD/METALS
3
TTh
3:00pm-5:15
T-107
STAFF
(This course requires a $5.00 materials fee.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130 recommended. (Formerly WELD
51A) (A, CSU)
WELD 2A
INTRO WELD TECH
6
MTWTh
12:00pm-2:20
T-107
B.CAMACHO
(This course requires a $20.00 materials fee.)
WELD 2A
INTRO WELD TECH
6
MW
6:00pm-10:50
T-107
T.DAVIS
(This course requires a $20.00 materials fee.)
PREREQ: WELD 2A. (A, CSU)
WELD 2B
ADV MULTI-PROC WELD
5
(This course requires a $22.00 materials fee.)
WELD 2B
ADV MULTI-PROC WELD
5
(This course requires a $22.00 materials fee.)

MW

7:00am-11:50

T-107

B.CAMACHO

TTh

6:00pm-10:50

T-107

T.DAVIS

PREREQ: CADDD 14 and WELD 2B. ADVISORY: DRAFT 12, and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and
MATH 201 or AT 130 recommended. (A, CSU)
WELD 3A
DESIGN & FABR
5
MW
7:00am-11:50
T-107
B.CAMACHO
(This course requires a $22.00 materials fee.)

WELD 3B
67314

PREREQ: WELD 3A. (A, CSU)


WELD 3B
ADV DESIGN & FABR
5
(This course requires a $22.00 materials fee.)

WELD 4A

ADVISORY: WELD 2B or equivalent, DRAFT 12, and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or
AT 130 recommended. (A, CSU)
WELD 4A
STRUC STEEL CERT
5
TTh
6:00pm-10:50
T-107
T.DAVIS
(This course requires a $22.00 materials fee.)

67220

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

MW

7:00am-11:50

T-107

B.CAMACHO

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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WELD 4B
67320

WELD 56
26228

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: WELD 2B or equivalent, DRAFT 12, and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or
AT 130 recommended. (A, CSU)
WELD 4B
PIPE, TUBE & CERT
5
TTh
6:00pm-10:50
T-107
T.DAVIS
(This course requires a $44.00 materials fee.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 or AT 130 recommended. (A, CSU)
WELD 56
BLUEPRINT READING
2
M
6:00pm-8:05
T-110D
STAFF

WOMENS STUDIES
WSTS 5
66100

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also SOC 5) (A, CSU)
WSTS 5
SOC OF RAPE
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
OAB-119

M.VINICOR

WSTS 7
66101

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also SOC 7) (A, CSU)
WSTS 7
DOMEST VIOLENCE
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 AH-208

R.CLIFT

WSTS 10
24804
24805
24806
24807
26333

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
WSTS 10
ROLES OF WOMEN
3
MWF
9:00am-9:50
OAB-231
WSTS 10
ROLES OF WOMEN
3
MWF
10:00am-10:50 OAB-231
WSTS 10
ROLES OF WOMEN
3
MWF
12:00pm-12:50 OAB-231
WSTS 10
ROLES OF WOMEN
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
OAB-271
WSTS 10
ROLES OF WOMEN
3
MWF
1:00pm-1:50
SO-104

WSTS 25
66223

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also HS 25) (A, CSU)
WSTS 25
ASSERT TRAINING
2
M
6:00pm-8:05
OAB-216

WSTS 30
66203

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also ASAMER 30) (A, CSU, UC)
WSTS 30
ASIAN-AMER WOMEN
3
TTh
12:30pm-1:45
AH-208
G.GONG

WSTS 41
66202

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also AFRAM 41) (A, CSU, UC)
WSTS 41
AFRAM WOMEN
3
TTh
11:00am-12:15 AH-106
K.KIRK

WSTS 43
66219

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also FN 43) (A, CSU)
WSTS 43
WOMEN NUTRITION
2
T
6:30pm-8:20
OAB-271

L.DEKRUIF
L.DEKRUIF
L.DEKRUIF
L.DEKRUIF
L.DEKRUIF
D.HARRIS

N.CANNON

WORK EXPERIENCE, GENERAL


WKEXP 19
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****
*****

COREQ: Fall and Spring Semesters: Must be enrolled in at least one other course, in addition to work experience.
Summer Session: Enrollment in another college course is optional. Work experience need not be related to students
educational goals. (A, CSU)
WKEXP 19
COOP WKEXP-GENRL
1-3
M
7:00am-7:50
LI-140
B.DUNN
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
B.DUNN
WKEXP 19
COOP WKEXP-GENRL
1-3
M
12:00pm-12:50 LI-140
B.DUNN
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
B.DUNN
WKEXP 19
COOP WKEXP-GENRL
1-3
T
12:00pm-12:50 LI-140
J.ANDERSON
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
J.ANDERSON
WKEXP 19
COOP WKEXP-GENRL
1-3
W
12:00pm-12:50 LI-140
K.KAISER CLAREY
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
K.KAISER CLAREY
WKEXP 19
COOP WKEXP-GENRL
1-3
Th
12:00pm-12:50 ARR
J.ANDERSON
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
J.ANDERSON
WKEXP 19
COOP WKEXP-GENRL
1-3
F
12:00pm-12:50 LI-140
K.KAISER CLAREY
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
K.KAISER CLAREY
WKEXP 19
COOP WKEXP-GENRL
1-3
T
5:00pm-5:50
ARR
STAFF
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
STAFF
WKEXP 19
COOP WKEXP-GENRL
1-3
W
5:00pm-5:50
ARR
STAFF
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
STAFF

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

141
INSTRUCTOR

Career and Technology Center


AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR, CTC
ACRCTC 371
*****

PREREQ: None. (Open Entry/Open Exit)


ACRCTC 371 WELD/SHEET METAL

ACRCTC 372
*****

PREREQ: None. (Open Entry/Open Exit)


ACRCTC 372 BODY WORK TECH

ACRCTC 373
*****

PREREQ: None. (Open Entry/Open Exit)


ACRCTC 373 AUTO REFINISHNG

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

8:20am-2:10

CTC-B
ARR

L.AGUILAR
L.AGUILAR

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

8:20am-2:10

CTC-B
ARR

L.AGUILAR
L.AGUILAR

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

8:20am-2:10

CTC-B
ARR

L.AGUILAR
L.AGUILAR

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

8:00am-1:50

CTC-K
ARR

T.HUNTER
T.HUNTER

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

9:00am-2:50

CTC-F
ARR

T.ELIZONDO
T.ELIZONDO

8:00am-9:35

CTC-G
ARR

L.SLOAN
L.SLOAN

AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS, CTC


AMCTC 371
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly AMVTC 71)


AMCTC 371
ENGINE REPAIR

AMCTC 372
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly AMVTC 72)


AMCTC 372
ENGINE PERFORM

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING, CTC


ITCTC 371
*****

COREQ: ITCTC 372. (Open Entry/Open Exit) (Formerly ITVTC 71)


ITCTC 371
WHSE/DISTRIBUTN
0
DAILY
AND
ARR

ITCTC 372
*****

COREQ: ITCTC 371.


ITCTC 372
WHSE/DISTRIBUTN

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

9:50am-11:25

CTC-G
ARR

L.SLOAN
L.SLOAN

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

8:00am-1:50

CTC-L
ARR

D.MOONEYHAM
D.MOONEYHAM

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

8:00am-1:50

CTC-L
ARR

D.MOONEYHAM
D.MOONEYHAM

0
AND

DAILY
ARR

8:00am-1:50

CTC-L
ARR

D.MOONEYHAM
D.MOONEYHAM

MAINTENANCE MECHANIC, CTC


MMCTC 370
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly MMVTC 70)


MMCTC 370 WELD & MACH SHOP

MMCTC 371
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly MMVTC 71)


MMCTC 371 HYDRAULICS-PNEUM

MMCTC 372
*****

PREREQ: None. (Formerly MMVTC 72)


MMCTC 372 ELECTRICAL FUND

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

MANUFACTURING MECHANIC, CTC


MFGMCTC 351 PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only)
*****
MFGMCTC 351 INTRO TO MANUFCTRNG
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 03/21)

DAILY

12:00pm-1:30

CTC-N

F.MORISSON

MFGMCTC 352A PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only)


*****
MFGMCTC 352A TRADE MATH
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 03/28)

DAILY

1:45pm-3:15

CTC-N

F.MORISSON

MFGMCTC 352B PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only)


*****
MFGMCTC 352B PROG CONTROLLERS
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 03/19)

DAILY

3:30pm-5:00

CTC-N

J.WALLIS

MFGMCTC 352C ADVISORY: Completion of Manufacturing Mechanic CTC 352C. (PASS/NO PASS only)
*****
MFGMCTC 352C JOB PREPARATION
0
DAILY
12:00pm-1:30
CTC-N
DATES: (Above class meets 03/31 to 04/02)

J.WALLIS

MFGMCTC 352D ADVISORY: Completion of Manufacturing Mechanic CTC 352B. (PASS/NO PASS only)
*****
MFGMCTC 352D TECH REPRT WRITING
0
DAILY
1:40pm-3:10
CTC-N
DATES: (Above class meets 03/31 to 04/02)

J.WALLIS

MFGMCTC 353A PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only)


*****
MFGMCTC 353A FLUID PWR FUNDMNTLS
DATES: (Above class meets 03/24 to 03/28)

CTC-N

F.MORISSON

MFGMCTC 353B ADVISORY: Completion of Manufacturing Mechanic CTC 353A. (PASS/NO PASS only)
*****
MFGMCTC 353B PNEUMATIC FUND
0
DAILY
12:00pm-3:15
CTC-N
DATES: (Above class meets 04/21 to 04/23)

L.ZERWIG

MFGMCTC 353C PREREQ: Completion of Manufacturing Mechanic CTC 353A. (PASS/NO PASS only)
*****
MFGMCTC 353C HYDRAULIC FUND
0
DAILY
3:30pm-6:45
CTC-L
DATES: (Above class meets 04/21 to 04/23)

D.MOONEYHAM

MFGMCTC 354A PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only)


*****
MFGMCTC 354A POWER TRANSMISSION
DATES: (Above class meets 03/31 to 04/04)

DAILY

DAILY

12:00pm-1:30

3:30pm-5:00

CTC-N

L.ZERWIG

MFGMCTC 354B PREREQ: Completion of Manufacturing Mechanic CTC 354A. (PASS/NO PASS only)
*****
MFGMCTC 354B WELDING FUNDMNTLS
0
DAILY
2:00pm-5:20
CTC-L
DATES: (Above class meets 05/08 to 05/12)

D.MOONEYHAM

MFGMCTC 354C ADVISORY: Completion of MFGMCTC 354A. (PASS/NO PASS only)


*****
MFGMCTC 354C ELECTRICL
0
DAILY
12:00pm-4:50
DATES: (Above class meets 04/28 to 04/30)

CTC-N

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

F.MORISSON

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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INSTRUCTOR

Distance Education
State Center Community College District has two different types of distance/distributed education:
Online Courses
Online courses are distributed through the Internet, allowing for flexibility in time and place.You must have access to a computer and the
Internet to participate in an online class. Students who are most successful in taking online classes are self-motivated. Students need to be
comfortable in communicating electronically rather than through the oral interaction that takes place in a traditional classroom.
Videoconference Courses
Students taking these classes need to meet at a specified classroom location. Two-way interactive video conferencing allows for the
distribution of live lectures and content through video-conferencing-equipped classrooms. These classrooms allow course instruction to
occur through two-way audio and video interaction at connected sites. The instructor provides live instruction in the originating classroom, and it
appears via video and audio links to other campuses/centers/sites.
For questions contact:
Fresno City College
www.fresnocitycollege.edu
for Automotive Technology classes (AUTOT or EST) (559) 442-4600, ext. 8526
for Business classes (ACCTG, BA, BT, or CIT) (559) 442-8222
for Counseling classes (COUN) (559) 442-4600, ext. 8634
for Fine, Performing & Communications Arts classes (ART, COMM, MUS, )
(559) 4600, ext. 8133
for Health Sciences classes (HIT, HLTH, MA, RN) (559) 244-2624
for Humanities classes (ENGL, LING, PHIL) (559) 442-8281
for Library Technology classes (LITEC, LIBSKL) (559) 442-8206
for Mathematics classes (MATH or BIOL) (559) 442-8215
for Social Sciences classes (CHDEV, CRIM, HS, POLSCI, and PSY)
(559) 442-8210

Spring 2014 Online Courses


ACCOUNTING
ACCTG 4A
22732

22733

ACCTG 4B
22895

PREREQ: ENGL 125 and 126 and MATH 201 or equivalent. Enrolled or previously completed CIT 12 or 15. (C-ID ACCT
110) (A, CSU, UC)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
ARR
WEB
K.VALDEZ
AND
ARR
ARR
K.VALDEZ
DATES: (#22732 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#22732 is a distance education class offered via the Internet with an on-campus
or arranged nal. Students need access to a computer with Internet and an e-mail account. Each student must e-mail
the instructor at kathaleen.valdez@fresnocitycollege.edu for class access information before the start date. Students
need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online computerized
homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
ACCTG 4A
FINANCIAL ACCTG
4
ARR
WEB
M.KELLEY
AND
ARR
ARR
M.KELLEY
(#22733 is a distance education class offered via the Internet with an on-campus or arranged nal. Students need
access to a computer with Internet and an e-mail account. Each student must visit the following web link
http://online.fresnocitycollege.edu/faculty/mkelley/FYI.htm for more information about the course before the rst day
of class. Students need to be aware that all ACCTG 4A classes require homework to be completed through an online
computerized homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4A.)
PREREQ: ACCTG 4A or equivalent. (C-ID ACCT 120) (A, CSU, UC)
ACCTG 4B
MANAGERIAL ACCTG
4
ARR
WEB
R.DUSTIN JR
AND
ARR
ARR
R.DUSTIN JR
(#22895 is a distance education class offered via the Internet with an on-campus or arranged nal on a date between
05/19 through 05/23. Students need access to a computer with Internet and an e-mail account. Each student must
e-mail the instructor at ron.dustin@fresnocitycollege.edu for class access information before the start date. Students
need to be aware that all ACCTG 4B classes require homework to be completed through an online computerized
homework management system. MS Excel is occasionally used in ACCTG 4B.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

BIOLOGY
BIOL 3
24043

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
BIOL 3
INTRO LIFE SCI
4
ARR
WEB
V.GUTIERREZ-OSBORNE
AND
M
6:00pm-8:05
S-150
V.GUTIERREZ-OSBORNE
(#24043 is a hybrid distance education class. Students are required to attend face-to-face lab sessions on campus
[Monday from 6:00--8:05pm]. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection. Exams will be
given in the laboratory. For further information, please contact the instructor at
v.gutierrez-osborne@fresnocitycollege.edu)

BIOL 5

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and eligibility MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC,
I)
BIOL 5
HUMAN BIOLOGY
4
ARR
WEB
STAFF
AND
W
6:00pm-7:50
S-150
STAFF
(#24055 is a hybrid distance education class. Students are required to attend face-to-face lab sessions on campus
[Wednesdays from 6:00--7:50pm]. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection. Exams will be
given both online and in the laboratory. For further information, please contact the instructor at
shirley.mcmanus@fresnocitycollege.edu.).
BIOL 5
HUMAN BIOLOGY
4
ARR
WEB
S.MCMANUS
AND
T
1:00pm-2:50
S-150
S.MCMANUS
(#24058 is a hybrid distance education class. Students are required to attend face-to-face lab sessions on campus
[Tuesday from 1:00--2:50pm]. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection. Exams will be
given both online and in the laboratory. For further information, please contact the instructor at
shirley.mcmanus@fresnocitycollege.edu.).
BIOL 5
HUMAN BIOLOGY
4
ARR
WEB
S.MCMANUS
AND
Th
1:00pm-2:50
S-150
S.MCMANUS
(#24059 is a hybrid distance education class. Students are required to attend face-to-face lab sessions on campus
[Thursdays from 1:00--2:50pm]. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection. Exams will be
given both online and in the laboratory. For further information, please contact the instructor at
shirley.mcmanus@fresnocitycollege.edu).

24055

24058

24059

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
BA 5
63105

BA 10
23511

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. BT 1 or knowledge of proper business
letter format and ability to type 25 words per minute. (See also BT 5) (A, CSU)
BA 5
WORKPLACE COMMUN
3
ARR
WEB
L.SMITH
(#63105 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must have
a word processing program, access to the Internet and an active SCCCD e-mail account which will be used for all
communication. Each student must log on to Blackboard and complete rst assignment on the rst day of class
to conrm enrollment or will be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. E-mail the instructor at lorraine.
smith@fresnocitycollege.edu on the start date for further class access information. The class requires one face-to-face
presentation on campus or a comparable assignment arranged with the instructor. Students need to be aware that all
classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID BUS 110) (A, CSU, UC)
BA 10
INTRO TO BUSINES
3
ARR
WEB
W.SYVERTSEN
(#23511 is a distance education class offered via the Internet using Blackboard. Students need access to a computer
and possess Internet and e-mail skills. Blackboard activation will occur one week prior to the start of class. Enrolled
students are expected to enter Blackboard [http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu] and using their 7-digit student
ID number as username and password, enter the specic course. In addition, enrolled students are expected to
have completed the Learning Agreement by noon on the rst day of instruction, otherwise they will be dropped and
someone from the waitlist will be added. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information,
contact William A. Syvertsen at william.syvertsen@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

BA 18
23519

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

145
INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BA 18A) (C-ID BUS
120) (A, CSU, UC)
BA 18
BUS & LEGAL ENV
4
ARR
WEB
N.HOLLAND
(#23519 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and possess
Internet and e-mail skills. A Welcome Letter will be sent out prior to the start of the class giving specic instructions as
to how to enter and sign in through Blackboard. Those placed on the waitlist will be contacted by the instructor if there
is room available. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled for this course.)

BA 30
23539

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 30
PERSONAL FINANCE
4
ARR
WEB
W.SYVERTSEN
(#23539 is a distance education class offered via the Internet using Blackboard. Students need access to a computer
and possess Internet and e-mail skills. Blackboard activation will occur one week prior to the start of class. Enrolled
students are expected to enter Blackboard [http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu] and using their 7-digit student
ID number as username and password, enter the specic course. In addition, enrolled students are expected to have
completed the Learning Agreement by noon on the rst day of instruction, otherwise they will be dropped and someone
from the waitlist will be added. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact
William A. Syvertsen at william.syvertsen@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

BA 31
23543

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and ENGL 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 31
HUM RESOURCE MGMT
4
ARR
WEB
L.ANDERSON
(#23543 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer, the Internet, MS
Ofce [Word and PPT]. Students must also have and routinely check their campus e-mail. Enrolled students must post
on the discussion board the rst day of class by 9:00 p.m. or they will be dropped.)

BA 33
23566

ADVISORY: BA 10 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 33
HUMAN RELATIONS
3
ARR
WEB
STAFF
DATES: (#23566 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23566 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need
access to a computer, the Internet, MS Ofce [Word and PPT]. Students must also have and routinely check their
campus e-mail. Enrolled students must post on the discussion board the rst day of class by 9:00 p.m. or they will be
dropped.)

BA 48
23571

ADVISORY: CIT 12 or 15 and eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
BA 48
e-BUSINESS
3
ARR
WEB
W.VANDER PLAATS
(#23571 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and Internet as
well as have e-mail and MS Ofce PC [not a Mac] skills. For further information, contact the instructor for further class
access information at william_vanderplaats@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY


BT 1
23601

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and BT 106 or keyboarding at 20wpm at 96% accuracy
on a 3-minute timed writing recommended. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly BIP 1) (A,
CSU)
BT 1
CMPTR DOC PROC I
3
ARR
WEB
S.MARTIN
AND
ARR
ARR
S.MARTIN
(#23601 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students need access to a PC computer [or MAC with
Boot Camp or Parallels to run MS Word], the Internet, MS Word 2007, 2010, or 2013, and an activated school e-mail
account that is routinely checked. Students will meet on campus for the nal exam. Enrolled students will receive
course information via the e-mail address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must
access the class website at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu on the rst or second day of the term. Students
with an invalid e-mail address or who do not complete the rst days assignment will be dropped as no-shows. For
more information, contact the instructor at sheila.martin@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all
classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

23608

BT 1

CMPTR DOC PROC I

BT 2
23618

BT 5
63205

BT 6
23671

BT 9
23674

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

3
ARR
WEB
R.NELSON
AND
ARR
ARR
R.NELSON
(#23608 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students need access to a PC computer [or MAC with
Boot Camp or Parallels to run MS Word 2010], the Internet, MS Word 2010 and an activated school e-mail account that
is routinely checked. Students will meet on campus for the nal exam. Enrolled students will receive course information
via the e-mail address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class
website at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu on the rst day or second day of the term. Students with invalid
e-mail addresses or who do not complete the rst weeks assignment or the discussion by the due date will be dropped
as no shows. For more information, contact Rebecca Nelson at rebecca.nelson@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need
to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

PREREQ: BT 1 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Fullls the
computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly BSS 1B and BIP 2) (A, CSU)
BT 2
CMPTR DOC PROC II
3
ARR
WEB
J.THIESSEN
AND
ARR
ARR
J.THIESSEN
(#23618 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a PC computer with MS Word
2010, the Internet, and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive course information via e-mail address showing
on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu the rst or second day of the term. Students with invalid e-mail addresses
or who do not complete the rst weeks assignment or the discussion by the due date will be dropped as no shows.
Students will meet on campus for the mid-term and nal exam. For additional information, contact the instructor at
jolene.thiessen@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. BT 1 or knowledge of proper business
letter format and ability to type 25 words per minute. (See also BA 5) (Formerly BGO 5) (A, CSU)
BT 5
WORKPLACE COMMUN
3
ARR
WEB
L.SMITH
(#63205 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must have
a word processing program, access to the Internet and an active SCCCD e-mail account which will be used for all
communication. Each student must log on to Blackboard and complete rst assignment on the rst day of class
to conrm enrollment or will be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. E-mail the instructor at lorraine.
smith@fresnocitycollege.edu on the start date for further class access information. The class requires one face-to-face
presentation on campus or a comparable assignment arranged with the instructor. Students need to be aware that all
classes in BA require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: BT 106 or equivalent. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BIP 10
and BT 10) (A, CSU)
BT 6
RECORD MANAGEMENT
3
ARR
WEB
J.THIESSEN
AND
ARR
ARR
J.THIESSEN
(#23671 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a PC computer with MS Word
2010, MS Access 2010, the Internet, and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive course information via e-mail
address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu the rst or second day of the term. Students with invalid e-mail addresses
or who do not complete the rst weeks assignment or the discussion by the due date will be dropped as no shows.
Students will meet on campus for the nal exam. For additional information, contact the instructor at
jolene.thiessen@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers
and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: BT 1 or equivalent. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68, and MATH 201 recommended. (Fullls
the computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly BIP 9) (A, CSU)
BT 9
COMPTR APPLCTNS I
4
ARR
WEB
S.BOLT
AND
ARR
ARR
S.BOLT
(#23674 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer, the Internet,
MS Ofce 2010, the e-mail account assigned by the college, and to be able to purchase the text the rst week of the
course. Students will meet once on campus for the nal exam. Enrolled students will receive course information via
e-mail address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website
at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu by the rst day of the term and complete the required assignment or they
will be dropped as no shows. For additional information, contact the instructor at sandra.bolt@fresnocitycollege.edu.
Waitlisted students must e-mail the instructor on the rst day of class. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT
require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

BT 11
23677

BT 13
23679

BT 23
23683

BT 28
23709

23710

23711

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

147
INSTRUCTOR

ADVISORY: BT 106 or BT 1 or equivalent. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly
BGO 18) (A, CSU)
BT 11
TODAYS OFFICE
3
ARR
WEB
S.MARTIN
AND
ARR
ARR
S.MARTIN
(#23677 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer with Microsoft
Word 2007, 2010, or 2013 installed, and must have Internet access and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive
course information via e-mail address showing on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access
the class website at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu by the rst or second day of the term. Students with invalid
e-mail addresses or who do not complete the rst weeks assignment or the discussion by the due date will be dropped
as no shows. This class requires one Friday afternoon on-campus for telephone training from 5:30-8:30 p.m., actual
date to be announced. For additional information, contact the instructor at
sheila.martin@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and
Blackboard.)
PREREQ: BT 112. (Formerly BIP 62) (A, CSU)
BT 13
BUSINESS CORRESP
2
ARR
WEB
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23679 meets 02/18 to 05/16) (#23679 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer with Internet, Microsoft Word, and an e-mail account. Students must e-mail the instructor at
melinda.shirey@fresnocitycollege.edu for class access information before the start date. Enrolled students who do not
contact the instructor by the start date will be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. Students need to be aware
that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
BT 23
JOB SEARCH/WRKP
3
ARR
WEB
A.BELL
(#23683 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer with Internet, Microsoft
Word, and an e-mail account. Students must e-mail the instructor at autumn.bell@fresnocitycollege.edu for class
access information before the start date. Enrolled students who do not contact the instructor by the start date will
be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of
computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: BT 106 or equivalent. Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Fullls the
computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly BIP 28)(A, CSU)
BT 28
MICROSOFT WORD I
2
ARR
WEB
R.HART
AND
ARR
ARR
R.HART
DATES: (#23709 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23709 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer with Microsoft Word 2010 or 2013, Internet and an active District e-mail account. Enrolled students will
receive course information via e-mail on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu and post an introduction by the second day of the term. Students who do not
complete the rst assignment by the due date will be dropped as no shows. The nal exam will be given on campus.
For additional information, contact the instructor at robyn.hart@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that
all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 28
MICROSOFT WORD I
2
ARR
WEB
R.HART
AND
ARR
ARR
R.HART
DATES: (#23710 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23710 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer with Microsoft Word 2010 or 2013, Internet and an active District e-mail account. Enrolled students will
receive course information via e-mail on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu and post an introduction by the second day of the term. Students who do not
complete the rst assignment by the due date will be dropped as no shows. The nal exam will be given on campus.
For additional information, contact the instructor at robyn.hart@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that
all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)
BT 28
MICROSOFT WORD I
2
ARR
WEB
M.SHIREY
AND
ARR
ARR
M.SHIREY
DATES: (#23711 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#23711 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need
access to a computer with Microsoft Word 2010, Internet and an active District e-mail account. Enrolled students
will receive course information via e-mail on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website
at http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu by the rst or second day of the term. Students who do not complete the
rst assignment by the due date will be dropped as no shows. The nal exam will be given on campus. For additional
information, contact the instructor at melinda.shirey@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes
in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SCH#

BT 29
23773

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: BT 28 or BT 9 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Formerly BIP 29) (A, CSU)
BT 29
MICROSFT WORD II
2
ARR
WEB
R.HART
AND
ARR
ARR
R.HART
DATES: (#23773 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#23773 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer with Microsoft Word 2010 or 2013, Internet and an active District e-mail account. Enrolled students will
receive course information via e-mail on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu and post an introduction by the second day of the term. Students who do not
complete the rst assignment by the due date will be dropped as no shows. The nal exam will be given on campus.
For additional information, contact the instructor at robyn.hart@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that
all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BT 106
23818

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BIP 6 and BT 6) (A)
BT 106
COMPUTER KEYBDNG
1.5
ARR
WEB
S.MARTIN
AND
ARR
ARR
S.MARTIN
DATES: (#23818 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#23818 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need
access to a computer with Internet and should have e-mail skills. The instructor will meet with students mid-way
through the course for techniques testing. Enrolled students will receive course information via e-mail address showing
on WebAdvisor on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website at
http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege by the rst or second day of the term. Students who do not complete the rst
weeks assignment will be dropped as no-shows. This course has an on-campus nal. For additional information,
contact the instructor at sheila.martin@fresnocitycollege.edu. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require
the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BT 112
23843

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly BIP 59 and BT 12) (A)
BT 112
BUSINESS ENGLISH
3
ARR
WEB
R.NELSON
(#23843 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer with Internet,
a word processing program, and a school e-mail account. Students must e-mail the instructor at rebecca.
nelson@fresnocitycollege.edu and log on to the class site on Blackboard on the rst day of class to conrm enrollment.
Enrolled students with an invalid e-mail address or who do not complete the rst days assignment will be dropped as
no-shows. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of computers and Blackboard.)

BT 115
23847

PREREQ: None. (Formerly BGO 53 and BT 15) (A)


BT 115
REFRESHER MATH
3
ARR
WEB
M.HASKELL
(#23847 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer with Internet, Microsoft
Word, Excel, and an e-mail account. Students must e-mail the instructor at marc.haskell@fresnocitycollege.edu for
class access information before the start date. Enrolled students who do not contact the instructor by the start date
will be dropped so waitlisted students can be added. Students need to be aware that all classes in BT require the use of
computers and Blackboard.)

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
CHDEV 1
24829

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID ECE 120) (A, CSU)
CHDEV 1
TEACH YOUNG CHILD
3
ARR
WEB
M.MOORE
(#24829 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an
Internet connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marilyn.moore@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject CHDEV 1 access to receive information about course access.
This is to be done before the start date for the class.)

CHDEV 30
24861

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (C-ID CDEV 110) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHDEV 30
CHILD/FAM/COMMUN
3
ARR
WEB
S.SHAW
(#24861 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an
Internet connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at sue.
shaw@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject CHDEV 30 access to receive information about course access. This is to
be done before the start date for the class.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE


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SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

149
INSTRUCTOR

CHDEV 38
66106

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also PSY 38) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHDEV 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
ARR
WEB
M.MILLER
(#66106 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an
Internet connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marybeth.miller@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject CHDEV 38 access to receive information about course
access. This is to be done before the start date for the class.)

CHDEV 39

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. Verication of freedom from tuberculosis
recommended. (See also PSY 39) (C-ID CDEV 100) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
CHDEV 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
ARR
WEB
M.MILLER
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
M.MILLER
(#66112 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an
Internet connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marybeth.miller@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject CHDEV 39 access to receive information about course
access. This is to be done before the start date for the class.)

66112

COMMUNICATION
COMM 1
24349

24353

24366

COMM 8
24638

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPEECH 1) (C-ID COMM 110)
(A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
ARR
WEB
D.SCOTT
AND
M
6:00pm-9:20
OAB-176
D.SCOTT
(#24349 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet. You
must activate and access your my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. Students will need to attend
a mandatory orientation on 01/13/14 at 6:00 pm in room OAB-176. After orientation this class is also required to meet
on 01/27, 02/10, 03/17, 04/21, and 05/12. Contact the instructor at dan.scott@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional
information.)
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
ARR
WEB
C.LUNA
AND
W
6:00pm-9:20
OAB-176
C.LUNA
(#24353 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet. You
must activate and access your my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. Students will need to attend
a mandatory orientation on 01/15/14 at 6:00 pm in room OAB-176. After orientation this class is also required to meet
on 01/22, 02/19, 03/19, 04/23, and 05/14. Contact the instructor at cyndie.luna@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional
information.)
COMM 1
PUBLIC SPEAKING
3
ARR
WEB
C.LUNA
AND
Th
6:00pm-9:20
OAB-176
C.LUNA
(#24366 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet. You
must activate and access your my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. Students will need to attend
a mandatory orientation on 01/16/14 at 6:00 pm in room OAB-176. After orientation this class is also required to meet
on 01/23, 02/20, 03/20, 04/24, and 05/15. Contact the instructor at cyndie.luna@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional
information.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly SPEECH 8) (C-ID COMM 140)
(A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
COMM 8
GROUP COMMUNICATN
3
ARR
WEB
C.LUNA
AND
F
6:00pm-9:20
OAB-176
C.LUNA
(#24638 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet. You
must activate and access your my.scccd.edu e-mail account prior to the start of class. Students will need to attend
a mandatory orientation on 01/17/14 at 6:00 pm in room OAB-176. After orientation this class is also required to meet
on 01/24, 02/21, 03/21, 04/25, and 5/16. Contact the instructor at cyndie.luna@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional
information.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

150
P

SCH#

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


CIT 12
24097

24100

24101

24111

24112

CIT 15
24130

24132

24151

24174

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation requirement.) (Formerly
CIS 56 and IS 12) (A, CSU, UC)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
B.BAKER
(#24097 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
brian.baker@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
T.WALLER
(#24100 is a distance education is a distance education course that uses the Blackboard system [http:blackboard.
fresnocitycollege.edu], the instructor will send out a welcome message to all enrolled students using their FCC email
account [outlook.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu], at least one week before the semester starts. Students are
required to gain access to this e-mail system before the start of the semester.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
T.WALLER
(#24101 is a distance education is a distance education course that uses the Blackboard system [http:blackboard.
fresnocitycollege.edu], the instructor will send out a welcome message to all enrolled students using their FCC email
account [outlook.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu], at least one week before the semester starts. Students are
required to gain access to this e-mail system before the start of the semester.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
B.BAKER
(#24111 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
brian.baker@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 12
COMPUTR LITERACY
3
ARR
WEB
B.SMITH
(#24112 is a distance education class located on the Web. Enrolled students need to log into the Fresno City College
Blackboard course URL at blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu on the rst day of the term. Students may be contacted
prior to the term via their Fresno City College e-mail account [mail.ofce365.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu].
Contact the instructor at bonnie.smith@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware
that all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A and MATH 201 recommended. (Fullls the computer literacy graduation
requirement.) (Formerly CIS 15 and IS 15) (C-ID ITIS 120) (A, CSU, UC)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
R.DEVOE-PETERSON
(#24130 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
robert.devoe-peterson@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes
in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
R.DEVOE-PETERSON
(#24132 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
robert.devoe-peterson@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes
in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
T.MCLEOD
(#24151 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
todd.mcleod@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)
CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
T.MCLEOD
(#24174 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
todd.mcleod@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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COURSE TITLE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

24181

CIT 15
COMPUTR CONCEPTS
3
ARR
WEB
D.OWENS
(#24181 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
dan.owens@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 63
24385

PREREQ: CIT 15. (Formerly IS 39 and IS 33) (A, CSU, UC)


CIT 63
BEGIN JAVA PROG
4
ARR
WEB
B.SMITH
(#24385 is a distance education class located on the Web. Enrolled students need to log into the Fresno City College
Blackboard course URL at blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu on the rst day of the term. Students may be contacted
prior to the term via their Fresno City College e-mail account [mail.ofce365.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu].
Contact the instructor at bonnie.smith@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that
all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 65
24550

PREREQ: CIT 63. (A, CSU)


CIT 65
ANDROID PROG
4
ARR
WEB
D.MOHLE
(#24550 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access to a computer and Internet and an
e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed in WebAdvisor, on or before the rst
day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term. Contact the instructor at
dennis.mohle@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT
require use of computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 80
24434

PREREQ: None. (Formerly IS 7 and IS 40) (A, CSU)


CIT 80
INTERNET BASICS
2
ARR
WEB
STAFF
DATES: (#24434 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#24434 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer and Internet and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed
in WebAdvisor, on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term.
Contact the instructor for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of
computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 81
24435

ADVISORY: CIT 15 recommended. (Formerly IS 8 and IS 41) (A, CSU)


CIT 81
WWW RESEARCH
2
ARR
WEB
STAFF
DATES: (#24435 meets 03/17 to 05/23) (#24435 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer and Internet and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed
in WebAdvisor, on or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term.
Contact the instructor for additional information. Students need to be aware that all the classes in CIT require use of
computers and Blackboard.)

CIT 85
24436

PREREQ: CIT 82. (A, CSU)


CIT 85
CREATING WEBSITES
3
ARR
WEB
T.WALLER
(#24436 is a distance education is a distance education course that uses the Blackboard system [http:blackboard.
fresnocitycollege.edu], the instructor will send out a welcome message to all enrolled students using their FCC email
account [outlook.com lastname_studentID@my.scccd.edu], at least one week before the semester starts. Students are
required to gain access to this e-mail system before the start of the semester.)

CIT 202
24438

PREREQ: None. (PASS/NO PASS only) (OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT)


CIT 202
INTRO ONLINE LRNG
1
ARR
WEB
T.MCLEOD
DATES: (#24438 meets 01/21 to 03/21) (#24438 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students need access
to a computer and Internet and an e-mail account. Enrolled students will receive the course URL via their e-mail listed
in WebAdvisor, on/or before the rst day of class. Students must access the class website the rst day of the term.
Contact the instructor at todd.mcleod@fresnocitycollege.edu for additional information. Students need to be aware that
all the classes in CIT require use of computers and Blackboard.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

151
INSTRUCTOR

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

152
P

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE

SCH#

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ENGLISH
ENGL 1A
23988

23993

26391

45260

PREREQ: A pass grade in ENGL 125 or ESL 67 and ENGL 126 or ESL 68 or appropriate score on reading and writing
sections of Placement Test. (C-ID ENGL 100) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
ARR
WEB
T.TARAZI
DATES: (#23988 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23988 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students
may register for this course on campus or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the
Internet, possess basic computing skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The
instructor will e-mail instructions for the course and a password to access the course to students before the course
begins. Students needing information can contact the instructor, via e-mail, at teresa.tarazi@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
ARR
WEB
T.TARAZI
DATES: (#23993 meets 01/13 to 03/14) (#23993 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students
may register for this course on campus or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the
Internet, possess basic computing skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The
instructor will e-mail instructions for the course and a password to access the course to students before the course
begins. Students needing information can contact the instructor, via e-mail, at teresa.tarazi@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
ARR
WEB
R.STARR
(#26391 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students may register for this course on campus
or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the Internet, possess basic computing
skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The instructor will e-mail instructions for
the course and a password to access the course to students before the course begins. Students needing information
can contact the instructor, via e-mail, at rebecca.starr@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 1A
READ & COMP
4
ARR
WEB
G.BOLEN
(#45260 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students may register for this course on campus
or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the Internet, possess basic computing
skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The instructor will e-mail instructions for
the course and a password to access the course to students before the course begins. Students needing information
can contact the instructor, via e-mail, at gennean.bolen@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

ENGL 1B
23146

PREREQ: ENGL 1A. (C-ID ENGL 120) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


ENGL 1B
INTRO LITERATURE
3
ARR
WEB
M.HIEBERT
(#23146 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive the specic URL, log-on and password via e-mail prior to the
start of class. You MUST activate, monitor, and use your college e-mail address, the one that ends in scccd.edu after
you register for the course. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact the
instructor at margaret.hiebert@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559] 442-4600, ext. 8101.)

ENGL 125

PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test or satisfactory completion of ENGL 252 or 282. (Formerly ENGL
A and ENGL 25) (A)
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
C.ROOKS
(#24080 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive the specic course URL, log-on and password via e-mail prior
to the start of class. Your e-mail address MUST be given at the time of registration [either on campus or on-line using
WebAdvisor] or you may e-mail the instructor, Clay Rooks, at clay.rooks@fresnocitycollege.edu. There are no oncampus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact Clay Rooks at [559] 442-4600, ext. 8122.)
ENGL 125
COLL WRIT SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#45285 is offered on-line via the Internet and will not meet on campus. Students may register for this course on campus
or on-line using WebAdvisor. Students must have access to a computer and the Internet, possess basic computing
skills, and submit a personal e-mail address when registering for this course. The instructor will e-mail instructions for
the course and a password to access the course to students before the course begins. Students needing information
can contact the instructor.)

24080

45285

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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SCH#

ENGL 126
23705

23756

24196

24202

ENGL 262
24240

24241

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

153
INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria or satisfactory completion of ENGL
262. Not recommended for students learning English as a second language. Not recommended for students with
identied learning disabilities. (Formerly ENGL 26) (A)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
K.LEWIS
AND
MT
7:00am-7:50
LA-122
K.LEWIS
(#23705 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes two face-to-face sessions in addition to the online
weekly contact. Each student needs full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD
e-mail account. As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional study per
course unit. For further information, contact the instructor at kristin.lewis@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
K.LEWIS
AND
MTW
8:00am-10:15
LA-122
K.LEWIS
DATES: (#23756 meets 03/24 to 04/29) (#23756 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three weekly
face-to-face sessions in addition to the online weekly contact. Each student needs full access to a computer with
Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD e-mail account. As with all academic courses, students will also
need to plan for one to two hours additional study per course unit. For further information, contact the instructor at
kristin.lewis@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
K.LEWIS
AND
MTW
8:00am-10:15 LA-122
K.LEWIS
DATES: (#24196 meets 02/17 to 03/19) (#24196 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three weekly
face-to-face sessions in addition to the online weekly contact. Concurrent enrollment is required in ENGL 262 [#24241].
Each student needs full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD e-mail account.
As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional study per course unit. For
further information, contact the instructor at kristin.lewis@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 126
COLL RDNG SKILLS
4
ARR
WEB
O.DEKLOTZ
AND
MW
1:30pm-2:20
OAB-180
O.DEKLOTZ
(#24202 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three face-to-face sessions and one online session
per week. Each student will need full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD
e-mail student account. As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional
study per course unit. For further information, contact the instructor at olena.deklotz@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PREREQ: Designated score on English placement test with other relevant criteria or satisfactory completion of ENGL
260. Not recommended for students learning English as a second language. Not recommended for students with
identied learning disabilities. (PASS/NO PASS only) (Formerly ENGL 62)
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
ARR
WEB
O.DEKLOTZ
AND
MTW
8:00am-8:50
LA-120
O.DEKLOTZ
(#24240 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three face-to-face sessions and one online session
per week. Each student will need full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD
e-mail student account. As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional
study per course unit. For further information, contact the instructor at olena.deklotz@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ENGL 262
READING IMPROVE
4
ARR
WEB
K.LEWIS
AND
MTW
8:00am-10:15
LA-122
K.LEWIS
DATES: (#24241 meets 01/13 to 02/12) (#24241 is a four-unit hybrid distance education class that includes three weekly
face-to-face sessions in addition to the online weekly contact. Concurrent enrollment is required in ENGL 126 [#24196].
Each student needs full access to a computer with Internet connection, a printer, and an active SCCCD e-mail account.
As with all academic courses, students will also need to plan for one to two hours additional study per course unit. For
further information, contact the instructor at kristin.lewis@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


HIT 2
26553

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly MRT 2) (A, CSU)
HIT 2
LEGAL ASPECTS
2
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
(#26553 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

154
P

SCH#

HIT 4
26554

HIT 5
26555

HIT 7
26561

HIT 8
26556

HIT 10
23599

26550

HIT 11
26551

HIT 12
26552

SPRING 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE


SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: HIT 10 and BIOL 5. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HIT 4
DISEASE PROCESS
3
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
(#26554 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PREREQ: HIT 10. COREQ: HIT 4. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HIT 5
INTRO TO CODING
3
ARR
WEB
L.PERRY
(#26555 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or luann.perry@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PREREQ: HIT 3 and HIT 6. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (PASS/NO
PASS only) (A, CSU)
HIT 7
DIRECTED PRACTICE
5
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
AND
ARR
ARR
S.EDWARDS
(For further information contact the instructor at sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu or [559]244-2641.)
PREREQ: HIT 1. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HIT 8
MGMT AND SUPRVSN
3
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
(#26556 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (Formerly MRT 10) (A, CSU)
HIT 10
MED TERMINOLOGY
3
ARR
WEB
J.CHISHOLM
(#23599 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or janet.chisholm@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
HIT 10
MED TERMINOLOGY
3
ARR
WEB
R.CLARK
(#26550 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or rebecca.clark@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PREREQ: HIT 10. COREQ: HIT 4. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and ESL 68 recommended. (A,
CSU)
HIT 11
CPT CODING
3
ARR
WEB
J.CHISHOLM
(#26551 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or janet.chisholm@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PREREQ: HIT 1. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
HIT 12
ALTERNATVE SETNG
2
ARR
WEB
S.EDWARDS
(#26552 Web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. For additional information, contact the HIT Program at
[559] 244-2641 or sarah.edwards@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

HEALTH SCIENCE
HLTH 1
15709

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC)
HLTH 1
CONTEMP HLTH ISS
3
ARR
WEB
M.MENDRIN
AND
ARR
ARR
M.MENDRIN
(#15709 is a web-based class offered over the Internet. Students need a computer with Internet access and must give
their e-mail address when registering for this class. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start date with
instructions on how to access the course website. There will be 1 on campus meeting by arrangement. For additional
information, contact the instructor at michael.mendrin@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

LEARNING ASSISTANCE
LA 2A
*****

LA 2B
*****

PREREQ: None. (A, CSU)


LA 2A
TUTOR TRAIN LEV I

1
ARR
WEB
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/14) (For permission to enroll please see Tabitha Villalba in LI-134.)

PREREQ: LA 2A. (A, CSU)


LA 2B
TUTOR TRAIN LEV II

1
ARR
WEB
AND
2HRS ARR
ARR
DATES: (Above class meets 03/17 to 05/23) (For permission to register please see Tabitha Villalba in LI-134.)

STAFF
STAFF

STAFF
STAFF

LIBRARY SKILLS
LIBSKL 1
24364

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
LIBSKL 1
RESEARCH SKILLS
1
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#24364 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students must have access to a computer with Internet
connections and possess basic computer skills. Students must have a current e-mail address on le with the
Registrars Ofce. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start
date with instructions on how to access the course website or go to http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu from 01/06
to 01/10 for access information. For additional information, contact the Library at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8217.)

LIBRARY TECHNOLOGY
LITEC 52B
24354

ADVISORY: LITEC 51 and 52A. (A, CSU)


LITEC 52B
COLLECTION MGMT
1
ARR
WEB
S.CURRY
(#24354 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students must have access to a computer with Internet
connections and possess basic computer skills. Students must have a current e-mail address on le with the
Registrars Ofce. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start
date with instructions on how to access the course website or go to http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu from 01/06
to 01/10 for access information. For additional information, contact the Library at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8217.)

LITEC 57
24360

ADVISORY: LITEC 51 recommended. (A, CSU)


LITEC 57
PRINT/ONLINE SRCS
3
ARR
WEB
M.YANG
(#24360 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Students must have access to a computer with Internet
connections and possess basic computer skills. Students must have a current e-mail address on le with the
Registrars Ofce. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. The instructor will e-mail students prior to the start
date with instructions on how to access the course website or go to http://blackboard.fresnocitycollege.edu from 01/06
to 01/10 for access information. For additional information, contact the Library at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8217.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

LINGUISTICS
LING 10
*****

26404

26405

PREREQ: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 1A recommended. (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
ARR
WEB
G.ROGERS
DATES: (Above class meets 01/13 to 03/14) (Above class is a distance education course offered via the Fresno City
College Blackboard Website. Please note that this course does not meet on campus. Enrolled students must have
access to a computer with Internet connections for the entire term and possess basic Internet and e-mail computer
skills. Enrolled students must log onto their provided SCCCD e-mail account to receive the specic course URL, log-on
and password to access the course as notices will only be sent to your my.scccd.edu account as of today. Personal
e-mail addresses are no longer used as a mean of communication at Fresno City College only SCCCD email accounts.
If you need to activate your SCCCD account, go to: scccd.edu/studentemail. For additional information concerning this
class, contact the Fresno City College Business Division at [559] 442-8222.)
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#26404 class is a distance education course offered via the Fresno City College Blackboard Website. Please note that
this course does not meet on campus. Enrolled students must have access to a computer with Internet connections for
the entire term and possess basic Internet and email computer skills. Enrolled students must log onto their provided
SCCCD email account to receive the specic course URL, log-on and password to access the course as notices will
only be sent to your my.scccd.edu account as of today. Personal email addresses are no longer used as a mean of
communication at Fresno City College only SCCCD email accounts. If you need to activate your SCCCD account, go to:
scccd.edu/studentemail. For additional information, contact the instructor.)
LING 10
INTRO TO LANG
3
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#26405 class is a distance education course offered via the Fresno City College Blackboard Website. Please note that
this course does not meet on campus. Enrolled students must have access to a computer with Internet connections for
the entire term and possess basic Internet and email computer skills. Enrolled students must log onto their provided
SCCCD email account to receive the specic course URL, log-on and password to access the course as notices will
only be sent to your my.scccd.edu account as of today. Personal email addresses are no longer used as a mean of
communication at Fresno City College only SCCCD email accounts. If you need to activate your SCCCD account, go to:
scccd.edu/studentemail. For additional information, contact the instructor.)

MARKETING
MKTG 10
23578

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
MKTG 10
MKTG PRINCIPLES
3
ARR
WEB
L.ANDERSON
(#23578 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer, the Internet, MS
Ofce [Word and PPT]. Students must also have and routinely check their e-mail. Enrolled students must post on the
discussion board the rst day of class by 9 p.m. or they will be dropped.)

MATHEMATICS
MATH 4B
25393

MATH 103
25241

PREREQ: MATH 4A or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
MATH 4B
PRECALCULUS
4
ARR
WEB
J.BRANDL
AND
ARR
ARR
J.BRANDL
(#25393 is a distance education course offered via the Internet and requires online homework. Students will be required
to purchase a license from MyMathLab to use online software. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Your e-mail address MUST be given at the time of registration or you may e-mail instructor at
jeremy.brandl@fresnocitycollege.edu. There will be scheduled campus meetings.)
PREREQ: MATH 201 or equivalent. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.
(Formerly MATH B and MATH 3) (A)
MATH 103
INTER ALGEBRA
5
ARR
WEB
J.HE
AND
ARR
ARR
J.HE
(#25241 requires online homework. Students will be required to purchase a license from MyMathLab to use online
software. Students need access to a computer and must possess Internet and e-mail skills. Your e-mail address
MUST be given at the time of registration or you may e-mail instructor at jin.he@fresnocitycollege.edu. There will be
scheduled campus meetings.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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MATH 201
24913

SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

157
INSTRUCTOR

PREREQ: MATH 255 or designated math placement. ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68
recommended. (Formerly MATH 1 and 101)
MATH 201
ELEM ALGEBRA
5
ARR
WEB
STAFF
(#24913 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Your e-mail address MUST be given at the time of registration or you may e-mail instructor.
Students must email the instructor by the 1st day of class, 01/13, to keep their spot. No meeting is required on campus
the 1st day, but 6 exams will be given on campus during the semester.)

MEDICAL ASSISTING
MA 1
*****

MA 2
*****

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU)
MA 1
LEGL & ETH CNCPTS
2
ARR
WEB
(TAACCCT GRANT. For further information contact the instructor at carri.young@fresnocitycollege.edu or
[559] 244-2643.)

C.YOUNG

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 and MATH 201 recommended. (A, CSU)
MA 2
PHARMACOLOGY
3
ARR
WEB
C.MOLLO
(TAACCCT GRANT. For further information contact the instructor at constance.mollo@fresnocitycollege.edu or
[559] 244-2643.)

MUSIC
MUS 12
23736

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
MUS 12
MUS APPRECIATION
3
ARR
WEB
J.DANA
DATES: (#23736 meets 01/13 to 04/25) (#23736 is a distance education class located on the Web. Students will need
access to a computer with reliable Internet access and e-mail. You must have software with a multi-media browser with
the recent Java plug-in. An access card with CD is required. All exams, assignments and lectures will be completed
on-line. Enrolled students must have activated their school e-mail account in order to receive initial course access
information. Students not signed into the course by midnight on the rst day of regular classes will be dropped. For
additional information, contact the instructor, Julie Dana, at [559] 442-4600 ext. 8465 or at
julie.dana@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

PHILOSOPHY
PHIL 1C
15653

24049

PREREQ: ENGL 1A or equivalent. (C-ID PHIL 120) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)


PHIL 1C
ETHICS
3
ARR
WEB
W.STEPHENSON
(#15653 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive the specic course URL, log-on and password via e-mail prior
to the start of class. You MUST activate, monitor, and use your college e-mail address, the one that ends in scccd.edu
after you register for the course. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact the
instructor at wendell.stephenson@fresnocitycollege.edu.)
PHIL 1C
ETHICS
3
ARR
WEB
W.STEPHENSON
(#24049 is a distance education course offered via the Internet. Students need access to a computer and must possess
Internet and e-mail skills. Enrolled students will receive the specic course URL, log-on and password via e-mail prior
to the start of class. You MUST activate, monitor, and use your college e-mail address, the one that ends in scccd.edu
after you register for the course. There are no on-campus meetings scheduled. For additional information, contact the
instructor at wendell.stephenson@fresnocitycollege.edu.)

Shaded areas indicate evening, Saturday or Sunday classes.

ARR - See WebAdvisor for room and/or times.

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SUBJ/NO

COURSE TITLE

UNITS

DAYS

TIMES

ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLSCI 2
25139

PREREQ: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. ADVISORY: ENGL 1A. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
POLSCI 2
AMERICAN GOV
3
ARR
WEB
M.TREZZA
AND
MW
2:00pm-4:50
FH-103
M.TREZZA
AND
Th
2:00pm-4:50
OAB-271
M.TREZZA
(#25139 is a hybrid distance education class offered via the Internet. This hybrid online class requires 4 face to face class
sessions held on the FCC campus at predetermined times and a location. These are mandatory class sessions for an
orientation, examinations, and lecture. The required sessions are 01/13 and 05/14 from 2-4:50 p.m. in FH-103, and 02/20
and 03/27 from 2-4:50 p.m. in OAB-231. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet connection and his or
her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at mark.trezza@fresnocitycollege.edu
with the subject POLSCI 2 access to receive information about course access. This is to be done before the start date
for the class.)

PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 38
66206

PSY 39
66212

ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. (See also CHDEV 38) (C-ID PSY 180) (A,
CSU-GE, UC, I)
PSY 38
LIFESPAN DEVELOP
3
ARR
WEB
M.MILLER
(#66206 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet
connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marybeth.miller@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject PSY 38 access to receive information about course access.
This is to be done before the start date for the class.)
ADVISORY: Eligibility for ENGL 125 and 126 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended. Verication of freedom from tuberculosis
recommended. (See also CHDEV 39) (A, CSU-GE, UC, I)
PSY 39
CHILD GRWTH DEV
3
ARR
WEB
M.MILLER
AND
1HR ARR
ARR
M.MILLER
(#66212 is a distance education class offered via the Internet. Each student needs access to a computer with an Internet
connection and his or her own e-mail account. After enrolling, each student must e-mail the instructor at
marybeth.miller@fresnocitycollege.edu with the subject PSY 39 access to receive information about course access.
This is to be done before the start date for the class.)

NOTE: Classes held in rooms FH-101, FH-103, HS-150 and MS-132 are in a large group setting with 100 or more students.

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COURSE CLASSIFICATION
Pursuant to revisions to the California Administrative Code, Title 5, Sections 55002 and 55805.5, all courses listed within the college catalog fall into one of the following
classifications: Credit, Degree Applicable; Credit, Nondegree Applicable; Noncredit. The majority of courses have retained their previous classification and are credit,
degree applicable. The exceptions are as follows:
A. Credit, Nondegree Applicable
Admin of Justice 204 ..............................................Instructor Training
Admin of Justice 211 ..................Expandable Straight Baton Instructor
Admin of Justice 217 ................................... Background Investigation
Admin of Justice 219 ............................. RequalificationBasic Course
Admin of Justice 220 ...................................................Radar Operator
Admin of Justice 221 .........................................Explosive Recognition
Admin of Justice 268 ..........Pre-Police Academy Physical Conditioning
Admin of Justice 269A ........................................ Adv Officer Topics #2
Admin of Justice 270A ............................ Basic Police AcademyPart 1
Admin of Justice 270B ............................Basic Police AcademyPart 2
Admin of Justice 271A .............PC 832 Laws of Arrest/Arrest & Control
Admin of Justice 271B ............................................... PC 832 Firearms
Admin of Justice 272 ........ Reg Basic CourseMod FormatModule III
Admin of Justice 273 ......... Reg Basic CourseMod FormatModule II
Admin of Justice 274 ...........Reg Basic CourseMod FormatModule I
Admin of Justice 276 ................................................Basic Supervisors
Admin of Justice 278 ......................................Public Safety Dispatcher
Admin of Justice 279 .....................................Citizens Police Academy
Admin of Justice 279A .............................................. Citizens on Patrol
Admin of Justice 280 ................................Basic Correctional Academy
Admin of Justice 281 .......................Adv Correctional Officer Academy
Admin of Justice 285 ........................................Probation Core Course
Admin of Justice 286 ........................ Juvenile Counselor CORE Course
Admin of Justice 290 .................................Firearms Instructor Course
Admin of Justice 291 .......................................... Field Training Officer
Admin of Justice 293 ..............................Drug InfluenceH & S 11550
Admin of Justice 295 .............................. Traffic Collision Investigation
Admin of Justice 298 .................................Sexual Assault Investigation
Admin of Justice 299 ............................................ Basic Bicycle Patrol
Air Conditioning 250 ......................................Digital Unitary Controls
Air Conditioning 251 .............................................Digital VAV Controls
Air Conditioning 252 ....................................DDC Network Controllers
Air Conditioning 253 .................. Principles of Industrial Refrigeration
Air Conditioning 260B ..........................Electricity for Air Conditioning
Air Conditioning 260C ........................................... Residential Heating
Air Conditioning 260D ................................Advanced Troubleshooting
Applied Technology 212 .......................................Computer Skills Lab
Apprenticeship 260 ......................................Apprenticeship - First Aid
Art 251 ....................................................................... Open Art Studio
Auto Tech 26 .. ............................................Clean Air CarDiag & Rep
Auto Tech 262A (A6) ..............................Electrical/Electronic Training
Auto Tech 262B (A8) .............................Engine Performance Training
Auto Tech 262C (L1) ...................... ADV Engine Performance Training
Auto Tech 281A ........................................................Automatic Trans I
Auto Tech 281B ...................................................... Automatic Trans II
Auto Tech 282A .................................................... Suspen/Wheel Align
Auto Tech 282B ..................................................Auto Braking Systems
Auto Tech 283A ........................................................... Tune-up & Diag
Auto Tech 283B ....................................................... Electrical Systems
Auto Tech 284 ....................................................Auto Air Conditioning
Auto Tech 285 .................................................................Auto Engines
Auto Tech 286 ................................... Automotive Information Systems
Auto Tech 287 .................................................. Street Rod Technology
Auto Tech 292 ........................................................... Cert Preparatory
Auto Tech 294 ....................................................... Lamp/Brk Adj Prep

Biology 222 .................................................................... Biology Skills


Business & Technology 206 .................... Automated Business Records
Business & Technology 240 .................. Legal Issues in Medical Billing
Business & Technology 250 .......................................Office Skills Labs
Business & Technology 251 ......................Office Application Skills Lab
Business & Technology 270 .......................... Business Math & Ten Key
Business & Technology 271 ............................Grammar Fundamentals
Business & Technology 272 ..................................... Office Procedures
Business & Technology 273 ........................................................ Filing
Business & Technology 274 ............ Introduction to Microsoft Outlook
Business & Technology 280 .......................Business Office Procedures
Computer Info Tech 202 .................... Introduction to Online Learning
Computer Info Tech 205 ............................................Computer Basics
Dental Hygiene 200 .....................................Clinical Dental Hygiene IV
Developmental Services 250 .....................Workability Assessment and
Career Awareness
Developmental Services 251 .................... Workability Preparation and
Job Placement
Developmental Services 252 ........................Workability Strategies and
Job Placement
Developmental Services 255 ............................Workability Experience
Developmental Services 260 .............................................. Workability
Developmental Services 262 ...........Group Inter for Stud w/Disabilities
Developmental Services 264 ......................... Trans to College Students
w/Disabilities
Developmental Services 272 .......................................Consumer Skills
Developmental Services 273 ......................... Independent Living Skills
Developmental Services 275 ................................. Horticulture Skills I
Developmental Services 276 ................................ Horticulture Skills II
Developmental Services 277 ...................... Adapted Computer Literacy
Developmental Services 278 ........................ Modified Word Processor
Developmental Services 279 ..............Modified Computer Applications
Developmental Services 281 .................... Professional Preparation for
Students with Disabilities
Developmental Services 282 ....................Greenhouse Workforce Prep
Developmental Services 291 ...............Strategies for Academic Success
Developmental Services 292 ............. College Awareness Survival Skills
Electrical Systems Tech 269A ....................... Fundamentals of Network
SecurityFirewalls
Electrical Systems Tech 269B ..............Fundamentals of Wireless LANS
Electrical Systems Tech 271 .................... Electrical Line/Utility Worker
English 252 .......................................................Reading Improvement
English 260 ................................................................... Basic Reading
English 262 ........................................................Writing Improvement
English 277 ................................................................... Reading Skills
English 278 ...................................................Reading Comprehension
English 281 ..................................................Sentence & Gram/Writing
English 282 .............................................................Paragraph Writing
ESL 263R ............................Low Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
ESL 263W .............................. Low Intermediate Writing and Grammar
ESL 264R ................................... Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
ESL 264W ..................................... Intermediate Writing and Grammar
ESL 265R ...........................High Intermediate Reading and Vocabulary
ESL 265W ............................. High Intermediate Writing and Grammar
Fire Technology 261 ..................................................EMT 1 Refresher

Fire Technology 265 .........................................I-300 Intermediate ICS


Fire Technology 269 .......................................... Adv Firefighter Topics
Math 201 ...............................................................Elementary Algebra
Math 250 ................................................................College Arithmetic
Math 255 ...........................................................................Pre-Algebra
Math 260A .................................... Arithmetic Review: Whole Numbers
Math 260B ..............................................Arithmetic Review: Fractions
Math 260C ...............................................Arithmetic Review: Decimals
Math 260D ............................. Arithmetic Review: Ratios, Proportions,
Percents and Geometry
Math 277 ............................................... Arithmetic for Learn Disabled
Nursing, Registered 201 .......................................... NCLEX-RN Review
Nursing, Registered 202 ................. Success Strategies for RN Students
Nursing, Registered 203 ......................................RN Refresher Course
Nursing, Registered 204 .......... Introduction to the Nursing Profession
Special Studies 277 ....................................... Credit, Nondegree SP ST
Vocational ESL 266R ...........App Inter Reading for College and Careers
Vocational ESL 266W ........... App Inter Writing for College and Careers
Vocational ESL 269R .............App Adv Reading for College and Careers
Vocational ESL 269W ............. App Adv Writing for College and Careers

B. Noncredit
Admin of Justice 369A ....................................Advanced Officer Topics
Air Conditioning 353 .................. Principles of Industrial Refrigeration
Apprenticeship 361/6J .............................................................Roofing
Business & Technology 370A ....................Office Assistant Applications
Business & Technology 370B ....................Office Assistant Applications
Developmental Services 359 .............................Differential Learn Diag
Mfg Mechanic 351 ................................Introduction to Manufacturing
Mfg Mechanic 352A ................................................Trade Mathematics
Mfg Mechanic 352B ...................................Programmable Controllers
Mfg Mechanic 352C .................................................... Job Preparation
Mfg Mechanic 352D ..................................... Technical Report Writing
Mfg Mechanic 353A .................................... Fluid Power Fundamentals
Mfg Mechanic 353B ..................................... Pneumatic Fundamentals
Mfg Mechanic 353C ....................................... Hydraulic Fundamentals
Mfg Mechanic 354A ..............................................Power Transmission
Mfg Mechanic 354B .........................................Welding Fundamentals
Mfg Mechanic 354C ........................................Electrical Fundamentals
ST 300 ....................................................................................Tutoring
Special Studies 377 ..................................... Zero Unit, No Grade Sp St
Theatre Arts 348 .............................................. Senior Play Production

Career & Technology Center Courses


Auto Mechanics 371 ...................................................... Engine Repair
Auto Mechanics 372 ............................................ Engine Performance
Auto Collision Repair 371 .............................Fundamentals of Welding
Auto Collision Repair 372 ................................ Body Work Technology
Auto Collision Repair 373 ............................ Auto Collision Refinishing
Indust Training 371 ................................. Warehouse and Distribution
Indust Training 372 ................................. Warehouse and Distribution
Maint Mechanic 370 ....................................Fund-Weld/Machine Shop
Maint Mechanic 371 ....................................Fund Hydraul/Pneumatics
Maint Mechanic 372 .......................................Electrical Fundamentals

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ROOM ABBREVIATIONS

CAMPUS OFFICES

A ....................................................................................................................................... Building A
AC ........................................................................................................................ Assessment Center
AH ......................................................................................................Art-Home Economics Building
AMCS ............................................................Adventist Medical Center-Selma, 1141 Rose Ave., Selma
BPRK ......................................................................................................................... Euless Ballpark
BE .........................................................................................................Business Education Building
CAFE .................................................................................................................................... Cafeteria
CAFE-3 ..................................................................................................................Staff Dining Room
CBHC ............................................ Community Behavioral Health Center, 7171 N. Cedar Ave., Fresno
CC .............................................................................................................................. College Center
CCMC ................................................. Clovis Community Medical Center, 2755 Herndon Ave., Clovis
CDC ....................................................................Child Development Center (University & Calaveras)
CHCC ............................ Childrens Hospital Central California, 9300 Valley Childrens Place, Madera
CPHF ..................................Crestwood Fresno Psychiatric Facility, 4411 E. Kings Canyon Rd., Fresno
CSH ............................................................Coalinga State Hospital, 24511 West Jayne Ave., Coalinga
CSUF .............................................................................................. California State University, Fresno
CTC .............................................................. Career & Technology Center, 2930 E. Annadale, Fresno
EHS .....................................................................Edison High School, 540 E. California Ave., Fresno
FH ................................................................................................................................... Forum Hall
FHS ..........................................................................Fresno High School, 1839 N. Echo Ave., Fresno
FHSH ...................................................Fresno Heart and Surgical Center, 15 E. Audubon Dr., Fresno
FLCC ........................................................ Fresno Local Conservation Corps, 1371 Stanislaus, Fresno
FO ................................................................................................................Faculty Offices Complex
FCPD ...................................................................FCC Police Department, 1940 N. Calaveras, Fresno
G .....................................................................................................................................Gymnasium
GRNH ............................................................................................................................. Greenhouse
HLCC ................................................... Hy-Lond Convalescent Hospital, 3408 E. Shields Ave., Fresno
HS .............................................................................................................. Health Sciences Building
IC .......................................................................................................... Independence Center, T-201
KPMC ..........................Kasier Permanente Fresno Medical Center, 7300 North Fresno Street, Fresno
LA .................................................................................................................. Language Arts Building
LI ...........................................................................................................................................Library
MADC ...............................................................................Madera Center, 30277 Avenue 12, Madera
MCL ....................................................................... McLane High School, 2727 N. Cedar Ave., Fresno
MCH ......................................................Madera Community Hospital, 1250 E. Almond Ave., Madera
MS ................................................................................................................. Music-Speech Building
NFLD ............................................................................................................................... North Field
OAB ....................................................................................................... Old Administration Building
OK ...................................................................................................................................... Oakhurst
OFF ............................................................................. Off-Campus Site (Check with Division Office)
PA ............................................................................................................................. Police Academy
PG ................................................................................................................................ Practice Gym
POOL .........................................................................................................................Swimming Pool
PPC ...................................................................................................... Physical Performance Center
RC ......................................................................................... Reedley College, 995 N. Reed, Reedley
RHS ...................................................................... Roosevelt High School, 4250 E. Tulare St., Fresno
RS ..................................................................................................... Ratcliffe Stadium (Fieldhouse)
S ..........................................................................................Math, Science and Engineering Building
SAMC ............................................................................St. Agnes Hospital, 1303 E. Herndon, Fresno
SC ..............................................................................................................Student Center/Bookstore
SO .................................................................................................................Social Science Building
ST ...............................................................................................................Student Services Building
STAD .......................................................................................................................Ratcliffe Stadium
STCH .................................................................................................Student Government Chambers
T .......................................................................................................... Applied Technology Building
TA ..................................................................................................................... Theatre Arts Building
TNCT .....................................................................................................................FCC Tennis Courts
UMC ........................................................................ University Medical Center, 445 S. Cedar, Fresno
VAHC ...........................................................Veterans Administration Hospital, 2615 Clinton, Fresno
WEB .......................................................................Distance Education Class offered via the Internet

Administrative Services ........................................................................................................OAB-161


Admissions and Records ........................................................................................... ST, Lower Level
Admissions and Records, District Dean, Vice President ...................................... ST-111, Lower Level
Admissions and Records, Webroom ...................................................................ST-113, Lower Level
Advanced Transportation Technology (ATT) ...........................................................................T-110B
Applied Technology Division Office ...........................................................................................T-100
Apprenticeship .........................................................................................................................T-100
Assessment Center .................................................................................................................. LI-146
Associated Students ......................................................................................... SC-205, Second Floor
Bookstore .....................................................................................................................................SC
Business Division Office ........................................................................................................ BE-110
Business Office (parking permits, fee payment, facility rentals, etc. .....................................OAB-151
Cal PRONET .........................................................................................................................OAB-220
CalWORKs/Independence Center .............................................................................................. T-200
Career and Employment Center ............................................................................................... Ll-147
Career & Technology Center (CTC) ............................................................2930 E. Annadale, Fresno
Center for International Trade Development ....................................................... District Office North
Child Development Center (CDC) ....................................................................Calaveras & University
College Relations Office ..............................................................................................ST-Lower Level
Computer Laboratory ...................................................................................................... LI-118/123
Counseling .........................................................................................................ST-200, Upper Level
Dental Hygiene Office ............................................................................................................ HS-130
Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSP&S) ...........................................................Building A
Extended Learning Center ...................................................................................................... .LI-134
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) ........................................ST-101, Lower Level
Financial Aid ......................................................................................................ST-201, Upper Level
Financial Aid, e-Services Lab .................................................................................................. LI-123
Fine, Performing, and Communication Arts Division Office ..................................................OAB-110
Health Sciences Division Office .................................................................................................. HS-1
High Tech Center .................................................................................................................... LI-148
Honors Program ..................................................................................................................... FO-41
Humanities Division Office ...................................................................................................... FO-41
IDILE ..................................................................................................................ST-200, Upper Level
International Students Office ................................................................................T-108, Lower Level
Learning Resources Center Division Office ............................................................................ .LI-136
Library Office ......................................................................................................................... LI-111
Math, Science & Engr. Division Office .........................................................................................S-51
Nurse, Health Services ........................................................................................ST-112, Lower Level
Nursing Education Office ........................................................................................................... HS-1
Physical Education Office ........................................................................................................ G-104
Police Academy ..........................................................................................................................PA-1
Police Department .............................................................................. Corner of Weldon & Calaveras
Presidents Office .................................................................................................................OAB-259
Psychological Services ............................................................................................................ ST-112
Public Information Office ....................................................................................................OAB-149
Puente .................................................................................................................................... ST-232
Rampage ................................................................................................................................SC-211
Social Sciences Division Office .............................................................................................. SO-123
Student Activities Office .................................................................................................................CC
Student Success ...................................................................................................................... LI-134
Student Support Services Program (SSSP) ..............................................................................SC-216
SYMBAA ............................................................................................................. ST-200, Upper Level
Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) ...................................................................................... LI-141
Training Institute ................................................................................ Career and Technology Center
Transfer Center ................................................................................................... ST-200, Upper Level
Tutorial Services .......................................................................................................LI-134 & LI-118
Upward Bound .......................................................................................................................SC-216
USEAA .............................................................................................................. ST-208A, Upper Level
Veterans Office ...................................................................................................ST-108, Lower Level
Vice President of Instruction................................................................................................OAB-241
Vice President of Students...................................................................................ST-224, Upper Level
Webroom ...........................................................................................................ST-113, Lower Level
Weekend College ................................................................................................................... BE-110
Work Experience ....................................................................................................... ST, Lower Level
Workforce Development .............................................................................................................. CTC

FRESNO CITY COLLEGE

161

FACULTY OFFICES
A
Adams, Darrin ......................... T-300B
Adams, Jennifer ....................... HS-235
Aguilar, Luis.................................. CTC
Allen, Nathan ................................. S-8
Alvarado, Samuel ......................ST-215
Anderson, Lydia ....................... BE-106
Anderson, Sasha ................... OAB-279
Andrade, Tiffany .......................... S-15
Anglen, Brandy .............................. S-7
Antonio, Estafana ...................CDC-107
Arakelian, Charlotte ..................ST-215
Avery, Douglas ............................. S-65
B
Badertscher, Lynn ......................FO-30
Baker, Brian ......................... OAB-220
Balogh, David ............................ S-275
Barnard, Douglas .................... T-502C
Bates, Robyn ...........................AH-203
Begley, Polly ............................AH-209
Bell, Autumn ........................ OAB-220
Benefiel, Diane ........................HS-291
Bertolani Jr., William ...............SO-119
Bezerra-Nader, Rosemarie ............. S-2
Bigham, Craig ................................ S-9
Blackerby-Slater, Laurel ..............FO-4
Blodgett, Ryan ..........................ST-232
Bluth, Gary .............................. G-106A
Bolen, Gennean ....................... LA-125
Bolt, Sandra ............................ BE-207
Boltz, Christopher ................... TA-116
Boyd, Robert ............................... FO-2
Brandl, Jeremy .............................. S-8
Brewer, Melinda ...................... SO-215
Brotsis, William ............................ CTC
Bugay, Elnora .......................... HS-161
C
Caetano, Heide ........................HS-159
Camacho, Brett ........................ T-105A
Camacho, Tammy .................... T-501A
Campbell, Lynn ..........................FO-32
Canales, Leticia .........................ST-225
Carrigan Janel ......................... BE-128
Carroll, Jean ..............................FO-22
Castle, Jeanine ....................... ST-101H
Caviglia, Tony .......................... RS-104
Cerda, Ricarda ........................ SO-108
Cerkueira, Ron .......................... T-300
Chacon, Kenneth .........................FO-7
Chandler, Donna....................... LI-142
Chavez, Ken ............................ST-103C
Cheney, Judith..........................HS-157
Cho, John ................................SO-117
Christl, Janine ........................AH-105A
Contreras, Luis ............................FO-3
Cooper, Donna .......................... FO-11
Cooper, Kevin ......................... MS-210
Coronel, Maria .......................... FO-29
Covington, Jeanette .................. LA-124
Craig-Marius, Renee .................ST-206
Crawford, Kathleen ..................SO-203
Crocker, Karen ..........................FO-14
Curtis, Carol .................................. S-1
D
Dana, Julie ............................. MS-206
Dana, Michael ........................ MS-208
Dancy, Karen ........................ OAB-220
Davey, Jonathan ...................... MS-203

Davies, Karen ............................FO-24


Davis, Theophilus .................... T-104A
Day, Diana ............................... HS-228
Day, Elizabeth ..........................HS-293
DeAnda, Carolyn ...................... T-401N
De Freitas, Diane .....................SO-220
Deklotz, Olena ........................... FO-36
DeKruif, Linda ......................... SO-126
Demanett, Paula ...................... Library
Denis-Arru, Nuria ................... .S-107
Denver, Monta ......................... HS-131
DeSantiago-Gomez, Laura .........ST-108
Devoe-Peterson, Robert ........... BE-126
Dorn, Larry ................................. S-12
Doud, Laurel ........................... Library
Dowis, Hawkins ......................... S-295
Dunklin, Marianne ..................BE-105
Dustin, Ron .............................BE-116

E
Edison, James .............................. PA-1
Edwards, Sarah .......................HS-212
Elizondo, Tony .............................. CTC
Emerling, Fred .........................ST-216
Engstrom, Dale ....................... MS-205
Erven, M. Charles .................... TA-104
Ezaki, Gretchen .......................HS-255
F
Ferrer, Sharon ...........................FO-31
Fletcher, Eric ........................ OAB-283
Florence, Christine .................HS-259
Forestiere, Marc ......................BE-115
Frain, Victoria.......................... HS-224
Frese, Joan ..............................BE-124
Friesen, Tiffany .......................... FO-19
G
Garoupa, Cliff .......................... SO-115
Gaxiola, Thom ..........................ST-209
Gennity, Joseph .......................... S-102
Germond, Oliver ..................... G-106D
Gilbert, Michael ......................... S-108
Gilmore, Paul .......................... SO-204
Glenn, Marilyn ..........................ST-214
Goehring, Steve ......................... T-601
Gonxales, Alexandra .................ST-204
Gonzalez, Eileen ......................HS-152
Good, David ..............................FO-26
Gose, Kristine ....................... OAB-170
Granata, Charity ......................... FO-17
Grover, Stephen ............................. S-4
Gruet, Karin ............................... S-206
Guglielmino, Rosemarie ............FO-21
Gutierrez-Osborne, Virginia ....... S-106
Gutierrez-Sauceda, Nancy ........ SO-107
Guzman, Juan .......................... LA-128
H
Halls, Thom ............................ T-401M
Hao, Jimmy ............................ G-100D
Harris, Stephanie ......................ST-207
Hart, Robyn .............................BE-203
Haskell, Marc ..........................BE-211
He, Jin ......................................... S-10
Henry, Amanda .......................... S-204
Hentzler, Jerry ........................AH-109
Hernandez, Maria .................... T-110B
Hernandez, Tim .....................AH-105A
Herren, Brett ................................. S-5

Herrick, Lee ..............................FO-10


Heyne, Bridget ......................... HS-265
Hickman, Katherine .................HS-153
Hiebert, Margaret ........................ FO-5
Hill, Bruce ...............................SO-223
Himes, Daniel .......................... T-501D
Hodges, Cynthia ......................... FO-15
Holford, Susan ........................SO-207
Holland, Nancy ........................ BE-107
Honda, Lorence ...................... MS-209
Hood, Brett ............................. HS-154
Hopper, Clarence......................... S-17
Howard, Jeanice ......................HS-156
Hubbard, Greg ........................ T-401N
Hubbard, Helen .......................HS-107
Huneault-Schultze, Sylvie ...........FO-27
Hunter, Tim .................................. CTC

J
Jamison, Gregory ......................... S-16
Johal, Sarbjit ........................... SO-216
Johansson, Carl ......................... S-110
Johnson, Frederick ..................... PA-1
Joseph, James ..........................SO-219
K
Kadingo, Carol ........................HS-151
Kahn, Kherstin .........................AH-210
Kamimoto, Marty ....................... T-205
Kane, Linda .............................. LI-144
Kato-Gee, Kimi ........................HS-285
Kawagoe, Kirk ........................... S-208
Keller, Charles ......................... G-100F
Kelley, Monique .......................BE-114
Kemmer, Lynne ........................ Library
Keysaw, Paul ............................ G-106F
Kim, Daniel .......................... OAB-227
Kirby, James.............................SO-213
Kirk, Karla ............................ OAB-227
Koshear, Jeannine ....................SO-206
Kostin, Yury ..............................ST-202
Krauter, Larry .......................... T-401K
L
Lewis, Kristin .............................FO-13
Linder, Colby ............................. S-103
Loftis, Darlene ......................... LI-149
Logan, Zay ................................. FO-34
Lopez, Rachel ............................ FO-23
Lozano, Alicia .......................... HS-267
Luna, Cyndie ........................... MS-204
Lupian, Sonia ......................... ST-101F
M
Madec, Ed ...............................G-106C
Magnia, Martha ....................... SO-218
Makofske, James .....................BE-117
Marius, Deborah ...................CDC-106
Maroot, Nereyda ...................... LA-205
Martin, Sheila .......................... BE-205
Martinez, Renato ..................... LA-212
Martinez, Robert ..................... T-303E
Martinez, Todd ........................SO-125
McCollough, Mark ................... T-104D
McCorkle, Kent .......................... S-210
McCully, Brian .................... OAB-277B
McLeod, Todd .........................BE-112
McManus, Shirley ...................... S-109
Mendez, Linda ..........................ST-205
Meserve, Peter ........................... S-205

Miller, Bruce ........................... T-203C


Miller, Mary Beth .................. OAB-170
Minar, Jill ................................ SO-220
Mitchell-Carroll, Nancy ................ FO-9
Mizner, Keith ...........................BE-212
Mohle, Dennis .........................BE-103
Mooneyham, David ....................... CTC
Moses, John ............................ LA-130
Munoz, Shana .........................AH-107

N
Natal, Lori ............................... ST-232
Navarro, Bernard ................... SO-111
Nelson, Grechen ......................HS-214
Nelson, Rebecca ...................... BE-122
Nitzsche, Eric .......................... T-406E
O
Oaks, Scott .............................. HS-103
Ochs, Raquel ........................... SO-217
Ockey, Debbie ...........................FO-35
Ohanian, Greg ........................... S-202
Olsen, Rodney ........................... S-201
Olowude, Brian ....................... SC-216
Ostrander, Ted ............................... S-3
Owens, Daniel ......................... BE-202
P
Pacheco, Joanne .................... HS-130F
Palmer, Richard......................... S-104
Pankratz, Aaron .......................SO-118
Patton, Michelle ..................... MS-201
Pinkard, Joyce ...........................FO-33
Polanowski, Craig .................... T-400C
Poole, Craig ............................... S-203
Porteous, Scott .......................... S-105
Potter, Sally.................................. FO-8
Preston-Smith, Julie ..................ST-211
Q
Quercia, Olga ......................... MS-207
R
Radnejad, Forouz .....................ST-217
Ramirez, Graciela .....................ST-203
Ramos, Loretta ........................ LA-211
Razee, Alan .............................. LA-210
Reyes, Jesus ............................. RS-111
Riley, David................................ T-302
Roberts, Michael ......................... FO-6
Rodriguez, Michael ..................ST-226
Rooks, Clay ................................. FO-1
Rosendale, Stephen ................. T-110B
Rutishauser, Brian ...................SO-214
Ryan, Judy ................................. FO-16
S
Sample, Brooke ......................... T-200
Samra, Sandi ............................ST-212
Sanchez, Ray ............................ LI-134
Santos, Geri ..............................ST-213
Santos, Jeannie ..........................FO-40
Sause, Jim ...............................BE-111
Scheid, Anne ...........................AH-205
Scheidt, Richard ......................HS-104
Schmalle, Robert ..................... BE-101
Schulte, Tracy ..........................G-100B
Scott, Daniel ........................... MS-212
Scott, Ronald ...........................G-106B

Semien, Kenneth .......................ST-208


Shapazian, Debra .................... TA-115
Shelley, Deborah........................ S-295
Shirey, Mindy ........................... BE-208
Shultz, Joseph ..........................HS-101
Silva, Leslie ...............................ST-232
Siroky, Allen ............................SO-202
Slaton, Rebecca ....................... SO-114
Smith, Bonnie ..........................BE-125
Smith, Lorraine .......................BE-213
Solberg, Eric ...........................G-106C
Sosa, Susana ............................AH-206
Soto, Tina ................................ HS-257
Sousa, Dan ...............................T-303F
Spohrer, Nicholas ................. AH-207B
Staebler, Diane ..................... OAB-279
Stanton, Raymond ................ OAB-221
Stephenson, Wendell ............ OAB-129
Stewart, Rick ............................. S-101
Stricker, Terrelyn .....................BE-118
Syvertsen, William ...................BE-104

T
Tannen, Jeffrey ........................ LA-200
Tarazi, Teresa ............................ FO-37
Teeple, John ......................... OAB-227
Temmerman, Simon .................... S-11
Temple, Don ............................BE-108
Tessler, Brian...........................G-100A
Thiessen, Jolene ......................BE-206
Thurston, Gerald .................... MS-202
Trevino, Julio ........................... LA-129
Trezza, Mark ........................... SO-109
Tuttrup, Richard ......................BE-210
U
Ugwu-Oju, Dympna ................... FO-38
V
Valentino, Mary Ann ................SO-120
Van Vleet, Patricia ...................... FO-28
Vang, Linda .............................. SO-116
Velasquez, Sarah ......................SO-113
Vellandi, Christian ..................... S-207
Vidinoff, John .............................. S-65
Villalba, Tabitha ........................ LI-134
Vinicor, Melinda ........................ FO-39
Voorhees, Amie .................... OAB-279
W
Waller, Rio ...............................BE-113
Walzberg, Ann .........................HS-216
Watson, Matthew .................. OAB-227
Wen, Julie ...................................... S-6
Wengerd, Beth .........................SO-127
West, Laura..............................AH-103
Williams, Forrest ....................... FO-20
Williams, Rhonda .................... G-100C
Y
Yang, David ............................. LA-204
Yang, Mai ................................ Library
Yang, Victor ..............................ST-210
Yarbrough, Thomas ................... S-209
Yates, Seth ................................. S-275
Ybarrra, Kerry ...................... OAB-129
Z
Zamora, Ken ............................ T-302B

Student Registration Worksheet


Student Name:

Student ID#

ooooooo

List below the open class sections you are eligible to take after carefully checking the catalog and current class schedule. Enrollment in duplicate or
conicting classes is not permitted. Be sure to check for prerequisites and corequisites as required.
SCHEDULE NUMBER

DEPARTMENT
AND NUMBER

Example: 00056

English 1A

Maximum and/or Excess Units


Allowed
Probation Cleared

COURSE TITLE
Reading and Composition

UNITS
4.0

DAYS
Mon

TIME

BEGIN/ END

7:00 am- 10:00

ROOM

INSTR.

LA-100

COUNSELORS/INSTRUCTORS
SIGNATURE FOR THOSE
COURSES REQUIRING
SPECIFIC APPROVAL

Walters

# Units

Approved by:

Date:

PERMISSION FOR SUBSTITUTE REGISTRATION (PROXY)

Please print the FULL name of your authorized substitute here

The above named person is authorized to register for me and to see and discuss my condential educational records with college employees as necessary to complete
my registration. He/she is also authorized to sign all registration materials in my name, and I agree to be legally bound by his/her actions. I further understand and
agree that the college has no obligation to adjust my class schedule to correct errors or omissions resulting from the actions of my substitute.

Your Signature

Print your FULL name

Date

7:00 & after

6:00 - 6:30

5:30 - 6:00

5:00 - 5:30

4:30 - 5:00

4:00 - 4:30

3:30 - 4:00

3:00 - 3:30

2:30 - 3:00

2:00 - 2:30

1:30 - 2:00

1:00 - 1:30

12:30 - 1:00

12:00 - 12:30

11:30 - 12:00

11:00 - 11:30

10:30 - 11:00

10:00 - 10:30

9:30 - 10:00

9:00 - 9:30

8:30 - 9:00

8:00 - 8:30

7:30 - 8:00

7:00 - 7:30

6:30 - 7:00

6:00 - 6:30

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

For each class, list the course number in the appropriate time slots for each day the class is scheduled to meet. If
class time extends beyond the hour (such as a class that meets from 9:00 to 10:15), shade in the time slot to the nearest half hour. It is the responsibility of the
student to avoid time conicts. The college assumes no responsibility to adjust time conicts that are the result of a student error. After you have planned your
schedule, transfer course section information to Student Registration Worksheet on the reverse of this form.

Trial Schedule Worksheet:

Morning

Afternoon

Evening

SPRING 2014 FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE


Group
Denitions
Time/Group A
Daily
MWF
M
W **
F **
MT
MW
MTh
MF
WTh **
WF **
MTW
MTTh
MTF
MWTh
MThF
WThF **
MTWTh
MTWF
MTThF
MWThF
Time/Group B
TTh
T
Th **
TW
TF
ThF **
TWTh
TWF
TThF
TWThF
Night M:
M
MW
Night T:
T
TTh
Night W:
W
Night Th:
Th
Night F:
F

Class
Time/Group
7:00
8:00
9:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
1:00
2:00
3:00
4:00

SAT.
MAY 17

MON.
MAY 19

WED.
MAY 21

THU.
MAY 22

OPEN
OPEN**

8-9:50

OPEN*

A
A
B
A
B
A
B
A

9-10:50
For
Saturday
classes,
the
instructor
should
begin
the nal
exam at
the time
the class
usually
meets.

9-10:50
10-11:50
10-11:50
11-12:50
11-12:50
12-1:50

OPEN*

12-1:50

OPEN *
1-2:50

1-2:50
2-3:50

A
B

2-3:50
3-4:50

A
B
A

7-8:50

8-9:50

B
B

FRI.
MAY 23
7-8:50

3-4:50
4-5:50
4-5:50

Night M

Night T

Night W

Night Th

Night F

DAY CLASSES
1. If your class does not start on the hour, please assume that it starts at the beginning of the hour in order to determine
on which day and at what time your nal exam will be. (For example: If you have a 9:30 a.m. Tuesday/Thursday class,
your class will then fall into group 9:00 B.)
2.

Classes which meet two days a week and which have different starting times for those two days will have a nal
exam determined by the rst class meeting of the week. (For example: A class which meets at 9 a.m. on Monday and
10 a.m. on Wednesday will fall into group 9:00 A.)

3.

Examinations calling for special arrangements and/or approved makeup exams must be scheduled through the class
instructor. Final examinations not adhering to this schedule may be made by the instructor and are subject to approval by the division dean.

4.

TUE.
MAY 20

Students who have three nal examinations scheduled on the same day may seek to have one nal exam moved to
another day by contacting the individual instructors BEFORE the start of the nal exam week.

EXTENDED DAY
(Classes beginning at or after 4:30 p.m. and Saturday classes.)
1. Final exams will be given during the nal exam week using the above schedule.
2.

Classes which meet more than once during a week will meet only once during the nal exam week, with the class
meeting devoted to the nal examination. Unless approved by the division dean, such classes will meet on the rst
normally scheduled night.

NOTE: Instructors must submit their nal grades in the Student Services Building, no later than noon on Monday,
May 23, 2014.
*

Open periods are for nal exam conicts, makeup exams, and exam by special arrangement.

** Classes falling into these groups are possibly in conict with other classes. If so, the other classes have priority for
the rooms. The instructor will choose an open period for the nal exam.

For night classes, the instructor should begin the nal exam at the time the class usually begins.