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91 MUS 135AF 1 Unit Beginning Piano Transfer: CSU, UC This course covers the fundamentals of piano playing, posture, keyboard topog- raphy, note reading, technique, and piano repertoires. Required of (non-piano) music majors whose piano skills are non-existent or very limited. Plus one hour per week arranged lab PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 21358 009 8:00- 8:50 A M Harrell, Mary 1112 LAB 8:00- 8:50 A W Harrell, Mary 1112 21342 001 9:00- 9:50 A M Harrell, Mary 1112 LAB 9:00- 9:50 A W Harrell, Mary 1112 21343 002 9:00- 9:50 A T Bai, Julie 1112 LAB 9:00- 9:50 A R Bai, Julie 1112 21344 003 10:00-10:50 A M Harrell, Mary 1112 LAB 10:00-10:50 A W Harrell, Mary 1112 21345 004 10:00-10:50 A T Galasso, Mathew 1112 LAB 10:00-10:50 A R Galasso, Mathew 1112 21346 005 11:00-11:50 A M Eubanks, Erdie 1112 LAB 11:00-11:50 A W Eubanks, Erdie 1112 21348 007 12:00-12:50 P M Harrell, Mary 1112 LAB 12:00-12:50 P W Harrell, Mary 1112 21347 006 12:00-12:50 P T Lee, Monica 1112 LAB 12:00-12:50 P R Lee, Monica 1112 21355 103 1:00- 1:50 P M Eubanks, Erdie 1112 LAB 1:00- 1:50 P W Eubanks, Erdie 1112 21351 008 1:00- 1:50 P T Lee, Monica 1112 LAB 1:00- 1:50 P R Lee, Monica 1112 21352 100 4:00- 5:50 P T Eubanks, Erdie 1112 21353 101 4:00- 5:50 P R Polevoi, Randy 1112 21359 106 6:00- 7:50 P R Lee, Monica 1112 21356 104 7:00- 8:50 P M Johnson, Cory 1112 MUS 135BF 1 Unit Piano Transfer: CSU, UC Prereq: MUS 135AF with a grade of “C” or better This course includes the fundamentals of playing the piano; music reading, keyboard techniques, vocabulary, and repertory through elementary and early intermediate books. Plus one hour per week arranged lab PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION 21371 006 8:00- 8:50 A M Harrell, Mary 1112 LAB 8:00- 8:50 A W Harrell, Mary 1112 21360 001 10:00-10:50 A T Galasso, Mathew 1112 10:00-10:50 A R Galasso, Mathew 1112 21361 002 11:00-11:50 A M Eubanks, Erdie 1112 LAB 11:00-11:50 A W Eubanks, Erdie 1112 21363 004 12:00-12:50 P M Harrell, Mary 1112 LAB 12:00-12:50 P W Harrell, Mary 1112 21362 003 12:00-12:50 P TR Lee, Monica 1112 LAB 12:00-12:50 P TR Lee, Monica 1112 21368 103 1:00- 1:50 P M Eubanks, Erdie 1112 LAB 1:00- 1:50 P W Eubanks, Erdie 1112 21364 005 1:00- 1:50 P T Lee, Monica 1112 LAB 1:00- 1:50 P R Lee, Monica 1112 21365 100 4:00- 5:50 P T Eubanks, Erdie 1112 21366 101 4:00- 5:50 P R Polevoi, Randy 1112 21372 106 6:00- 7:50 P R Lee, Monica 1112 21369 104 7:00- 8:50 P M Johnson, Cory 1112 MUS 143 F 1 Unit Beginning Strings Transfer: CSU, UC A rare opportunity to learn to play any one of the four great instruments of the bow string family — violin, viola, cello, upright bass. Course goal is to play six tunes beautifully and in tune. Advanced classes and ensembles available upon conclusion. Plus one hour per week arranged 21373 001 9:00- 9:50 A M Hilera, Gerardo 1110 LAB 9:00- 9:50 A W Hilera, Gerardo 1110 MUS 152 F 1 Unit Percussion Class Transfer: CSU, UC Percussion Class provides a foundation in music reading, rudiments, and tech- niques leading towards basic drum set skills in Rock and Jazz as well as tuned and hand percussion. Plus one hour per week arranged lab 21288 001 8:00- 8:50 A T Leckrone, Erik 1110 LAB 8:00- 8:50 A R Leckrone, Erik 1110 MUS 156 F 1 Unit Beginning Jazz Improvisation — Instrumental Transfer: CSU, UC A practical “hands-on” approach to the study and skill development of musical improvisation in the jazz idiom. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged 22377 002 3:00- 4:20 P MW Bagg, Joseph 1112 21289 001 3:30- 4:50 P TR Babad, Bruce 1123 MUS 157 F 1 Unit Beginning Vocal Styling and Improvisation Transfer: CSU, UC Advisory: Concurrent or previous enrollment in MUS 126 F This course provides the vocalist with training to study voice in the context of jazz and other popular styles and provides a venue by which they can learn to improvise. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged 21293 001 10:30-11:20 A M Shew, Jamie 1128 10:30-11:20 A W Shew, Jamie 1128 MUS 180 F 1 Unit Collegiate Chorale Transfer: CSU, UC Collegiate Chorale is a performing group which performs traditional choral music of all styles with an emphasis on music from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods. This course is open to all students, with limited or no singing experience. 22138 001 10:30-11:50 A TR Brack, Brandon 1128 The above choir is the Fullerton College Men’s Chorale. MUS 181 F 1 Unit Women’s Chorale Transfer: CSU, UC Women’s Chorale is a performing group which rehearses and performs standard women’s choral literature with an emphasis on learning and practicing basic choral techniques. • Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged in rehearsals, studio recordings and concerts 21296 001 12:00- 1:20 P TR Brack, Brandon 1111 F ULLERTON C OLLEGE S PRING S CHEDULE 2010 DATES DATES CRN SEC TIME DAYS BEG.-END. INSTRUCTOR ROOM CRN SEC TIME DAYS BEG.-END. INSTRUCTOR ROOM Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = R Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = U

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    MUS 135AF 1 UnitBeginning Piano

    Transfer: CSU, UCThis course covers the fundamentals of piano playing, posture, keyboard topog-raphy, note reading, technique, and piano repertoires. Required of (non-piano)music majors whose piano skills are non-existent or very limited. Plus one hour per week arranged lab PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION21358 009 8:00- 8:50 A M Harrell, Mary 1112

    LAB 8:00- 8:50 A W Harrell, Mary 111221342 001 9:00- 9:50 A M Harrell, Mary 1112

    LAB 9:00- 9:50 A W Harrell, Mary 111221343 002 9:00- 9:50 A T Bai, Julie 1112

    LAB 9:00- 9:50 A R Bai, Julie 111221344 003 10:00-10:50 A M Harrell, Mary 1112

    LAB 10:00-10:50 A W Harrell, Mary 111221345 004 10:00-10:50 A T Galasso, Mathew 1112

    LAB 10:00-10:50 A R Galasso, Mathew 111221346 005 11:00-11:50 A M Eubanks, Erdie 1112

    LAB 11:00-11:50 A W Eubanks, Erdie 111221348 007 12:00-12:50 P M Harrell, Mary 1112

    LAB 12:00-12:50 P W Harrell, Mary 111221347 006 12:00-12:50 P T Lee, Monica 1112

    LAB 12:00-12:50 P R Lee, Monica 111221355 103 1:00- 1:50 P M Eubanks, Erdie 1112

    LAB 1:00- 1:50 P W Eubanks, Erdie 111221351 008 1:00- 1:50 P T Lee, Monica 1112

    LAB 1:00- 1:50 P R Lee, Monica 1112

    21352 100 4:00- 5:50 P T Eubanks, Erdie 111221353 101 4:00- 5:50 P R Polevoi, Randy 111221359 106 6:00- 7:50 P R Lee, Monica 111221356 104 7:00- 8:50 P M Johnson, Cory 1112

    MUS 135BF 1 UnitPiano

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 135AF with a grade of C or betterThis course includes the fundamentals of playing the piano; music reading,keyboard techniques, vocabulary, and repertory through elementary and earlyintermediate books. Plus one hour per week arranged lab PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION21371 006 8:00- 8:50 A M Harrell, Mary 1112

    LAB 8:00- 8:50 A W Harrell, Mary 111221360 001 10:00-10:50 A T Galasso, Mathew 1112

    10:00-10:50 A R Galasso, Mathew 111221361 002 11:00-11:50 A M Eubanks, Erdie 1112

    LAB 11:00-11:50 A W Eubanks, Erdie 111221363 004 12:00-12:50 P M Harrell, Mary 1112

    LAB 12:00-12:50 P W Harrell, Mary 111221362 003 12:00-12:50 P TR Lee, Monica 1112

    LAB 12:00-12:50 P TR Lee, Monica 111221368 103 1:00- 1:50 P M Eubanks, Erdie 1112

    LAB 1:00- 1:50 P W Eubanks, Erdie 111221364 005 1:00- 1:50 P T Lee, Monica 1112

    LAB 1:00- 1:50 P R Lee, Monica 1112

    21365 100 4:00- 5:50 P T Eubanks, Erdie 111221366 101 4:00- 5:50 P R Polevoi, Randy 111221372 106 6:00- 7:50 P R Lee, Monica 111221369 104 7:00- 8:50 P M Johnson, Cory 1112

    MUS 143 F 1 UnitBeginning Strings

    Transfer: CSU, UCA rare opportunity to learn to play any one of the four great instruments of thebow string family violin, viola, cello, upright bass. Course goal is to play sixtunes beautifully and in tune. Advanced classes and ensembles available uponconclusion. Plus one hour per week arranged21373 001 9:00- 9:50 A M Hilera, Gerardo 1110

    LAB 9:00- 9:50 A W Hilera, Gerardo 1110

    MUS 152 F 1 UnitPercussion Class

    Transfer: CSU, UCPercussion Class provides a foundation in music reading, rudiments, and tech-niques leading towards basic drum set skills in Rock and Jazz as well as tunedand hand percussion. Plus one hour per week arranged lab21288 001 8:00- 8:50 A T Leckrone, Erik 1110

    LAB 8:00- 8:50 A R Leckrone, Erik 1110

    MUS 156 F 1 UnitBeginning Jazz Improvisation Instrumental

    Transfer: CSU, UCA practical hands-on approach to the study and skill development of musicalimprovisation in the jazz idiom. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged22377 002 3:00- 4:20 P MW Bagg, Joseph 111221289 001 3:30- 4:50 P TR Babad, Bruce 1123

    MUS 157 F 1 UnitBeginning Vocal Styling and Improvisation

    Transfer: CSU, UCAdvisory: Concurrent or previous enrollment in MUS 126 FThis course provides the vocalist with training to study voice in the context ofjazz and other popular styles and provides a venue by which they can learn toimprovise. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged21293 001 10:30-11:20 A M Shew, Jamie 1128

    10:30-11:20 A W Shew, Jamie 1128

    MUS 180 F 1 UnitCollegiate Chorale

    Transfer: CSU, UCCollegiate Chorale is a performing group which performs traditional choral musicof all styles with an emphasis on music from the Baroque, Classical, andRomantic periods. This course is open to all students, with limited or no singingexperience.22138 001 10:30-11:50 A TR Brack, Brandon 1128

    The above choir is the Fullerton College Mens Chorale.

    MUS 181 F 1 UnitWomens Chorale

    Transfer: CSU, UCWomens Chorale is a performing group which rehearses and performs standardwomens choral literature with an emphasis on learning and practicing basicchoral techniques. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged in rehearsals, studio recordings and

    concerts21296 001 12:00- 1:20 P TR Brack, Brandon 1111

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    MUS 196HF 3 UnitsHonors Creative Arts Music

    Transfer: CSU, UCThe Honors Creative Arts student will gain an in-depth exposure to the musicaland theatrical performing arts, the fine arts of painting, sculpture, photographyand literature. The focus of this seminar-based course is on how these creativearts interrelate. Plus one hour per week arranged at museums, concerts and theatrical

    performances Cost of admissions on field trips: approx $100-15023700 HN1 6:00- 8:50 P W Jensen, Robert 1129

    HONORS CLASS: Before registering for this course, please contact the Officeof Special Programs (714) 992-7067.

    MUS 203 F 3 UnitsCounterpoint

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 107BF with a grade of C or betterCoreq: MUS 204AFAdvisory: MUS 135AFThe study of 17th and 18th century counterpoint, including application to the20th century. Explores free counterpoint of canonic writing, two and three-partinvention, and 2, 3, and 4 voice fugues.21315 001 9:00-10:20 A TR Miller, Bruce 1128

    MUS 204AF 1 UnitAdvanced Musicianship

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 104BF with a grade of C or betterCoreq: MUS 203 FAdvisory: MUS 135AFThis course is a continuation of MUS 104BF. This course includes developingmelodic and rhythmic sight singing along with melodic, harmonic and rhythmicdictation. Plus one hour per week arranged21316 001 8:00- 8:50 A TR Miller, Bruce 1128

    MUS 207 F 3 UnitsPop/Commercial Arranging/Composing

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: MUS 205 FElements of orchestration and instrumentation as applied to pop and jazz ensembles.21317 001 10:00-11:50 A MW Babad, Bruce 1123

    Plus one hour per week arranged.

    MUS 224 F 3 UnitsRecording Studio II

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: MUS 124 FThe last step in training recording engineers and music producers. Learn digitalaudio and the use of a digital audio workstation.21375 001 3:00- 4:50 P R Maz, Andrew 1125

    LAB 6:00- 9:50 P M Maz, Andrew 1110

    MUS 225 F 1 UnitApplied Music Private Study

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionThrough this course music majors will have the opportunity to receive privatemusic lessons with Fullerton College faculty. Plus five hours per week arranged21376 001 11:00-11:50 A F Lee, Monica 111121384 002 12:00-12:50 P F Jewell, Joseph 111021385 003 12:00-12:50 P F Rundus, Katharin 111122717 004 2:00- 2:50 P R Mazzaferro, Anthony 1110

    MUS 227 F 1 UnitIntermediate Voice

    Transfer: CSU, UCAdvisory: MUS 126 FIntended for voice majors or more advanced non-majors, this course empha-sizes individual progress in voice training and vocal literature in both English andforeign languages. Plus one hour per week arranged lab21386 001 9:00- 9:50 A M Rundus, Katharin 1111

    LAB 9:00- 9:50 A W Rundus, Katharin 111121387 002 9:00- 9:50 A T Rundus, Katharin 1123

    LAB 9:00- 9:50 A R Rundus, Katharin 112322413 003 12:00-12:50 P T Rundus, Katharin 1123

    LAB 12:00-12:50 P R Rundus, Katharin 1123

    MUS 228 F 1 UnitAdvanced Voice

    Transfer: CSU, UCAdvisory: MUS 227 F or AuditionThis course, intended for voice majors and advanced non-majors, has anemphasis on repertoire and performance. Students should have some back-ground in singing in a foreign language, usually Italian. Plus one hour per week arranged24319 002 11:00-11:50 A M Rundus, Katharin 1111

    LAB 11:00-11:50 A W Rundus, Katharin 1111Repertoire studied this semester will be German Lieder.

    21582 001 11:00-11:50 A T Rundus, Katharin 1123LAB 11:00-11:50 A R Rundus, Katharin 1123Repertoire studied this semester will be French Melodie.

    MUS 231 F 1 UnitIntermediate Guitar

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 130 FThis course continues the work of MUS 130 F and covers intermediate accom-paniment patterns and more difficult sight reading and chords.21388 001 1:00- 2:50 P T Scott, Michael 1128

    MUS 232 F 1 UnitClassical Guitar

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 231 FDesigned for music majors. The class includes techniques and repertoire forclassical guitarists. The emphasis is on solo performance.21377 100 3:00- 4:50 P T Scott, Michael 1128

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    Honors Hybrid Online Apple Course TeleWeb Entering Scholars WinterProgram Intersession

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    MUS 233 F 1 UnitJazz Guitar

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionThis course introduces intermediate and advanced level students to the elementsand techniques of the guitar in jazz music.21378 001 12:30- 2:20 P W Jewell, Joseph 1128

    MUS 234 F 1 UnitIntermediate Rock Guitar

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: MUS 130 F or AuditionThis course meets for a two-hour session once a week. This is a hands-oncourse with the emphasis placed upon performance of the various popular guitarstyles studied.21379 001 1:00- 2:50 P M Scott, Michael 1128

    MUS 236 F 1 UnitIntermediate Piano

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 135BFStudents will study keyboard literature, technique, interpretation, musical termi-nology and sightreading in a small class situation. Plus one hour per week arranged lab21390 002 9:00- 9:50 A T Lee, Monica 1120A

    LAB 9:00- 9:50 A R Lee, Monica 1120A21389 001 12:00-12:50 P M Eubanks, Erdie 1120A

    7:00- 7:50 P T Eubanks, Erdie 1120A

    MUS 237 F 1 UnitAdvanced Piano

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 236 FIndividualized instruction in performance, technique, interpretation and memo-rization skills for pianists. Plus one hour per week arranged21381 001 1:00- 1:50 P M Lee, Monica 1120A

    LAB 1:00- 1:50 P W Lee, Monica 1120A

    MUS 238 F 1 UnitPop/Commercial Piano

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionPop/Commercial piano keyboard improvisation in various pop and jazz styles:techniques, materials, sources. Plus one hour per week arranged in practice room21382 100 5:00- 6:50 P M Bagg, Joseph 1112

    MUS 244 F 1 UnitAdvanced Strings

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 143 F or AuditionContinuation of studies in MUS 143 F or begin studies at whatever level studenthas achieved. Individual as well as group work in a master-class type situation.Class works well in conjunction with MUS 261 F. Plus one hour per week arranged lab23820 002 11:00-11:50 A M Hilera, Gerardo 1110

    LAB 11:00-11:50 A W Hilera, Gerardo 1110

    MUS 247 F 1 UnitAdvanced Woodwinds

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 146 F or AuditionThis course is designed for the experienced music student to further develop hisor her skills and techniques in playing woodwind instruments. Plus one hour per week arranged21392 001 1:30- 3:20 P T Coletta, Michelle 1123

    MUS 250 F 1 UnitAdvanced Brass Class

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 149 F or AuditionThis course is designed for advanced instruction in brass techniques and inter-pretation of brass literature in an ensemble situation. Emphasis upon repertoireand public performance.21583 001 2:00- 2:59 P T Garvin, Jerry 1110

    LAB 3:00- 3:50 P T Garvin, Jerry 1126Plus one hour per week arranged.

    MUS 253 F 1 UnitAdvanced Percussion

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 152 F or AuditionThis course develops performance skills on snare drum, mallet instruments, andtimpani. Plus one hour per week arranged21393 001 9:00- 9:50 A T Leckrone, Erik 1110

    LAB 9:00- 9:50 A R Leckrone, Erik 1110

    MUS 257 F 1 UnitAdvanced Vocal Styling and Improvisation

    Transfer: CSU, UCAdvisory: MUS 157 F, two semesters with a grade of B or better orAuditionThis course provides the vocalist with advanced training to study voice in thecontext of jazz and other popular styles and provides a venue by which they canlearn to improvise. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged21394 001 12:00-12:50 P T Shew, Jamie 1128

    LAB 12:00-12:50 P R Shew, Jamie 1128

    MUS 258 F 1 UnitJazz Guitar Reading Ensemble

    Transfer: CSU, UCAdvisory: MUS 234 F, MUS 231 F and/or MUS 233 FThe Jazz Guitar Reading Ensemble is a group made up of multiple guitars andrhythm section. The course is designed to help intermediate level guitaristsimprove their reading skills and to prepare them for more advanced performancegroups and classes.21670 100 1:00- 2:50 P R Jewell, Joseph 1128

    MUS 260 F 1 UnitGuitar Ensemble

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionClass includes group sight-reading, practice and performance of guitar ensembleliterature from the Renaissance to the 20th century.21396 100 5:00- 6:50 P T Scott, Michael 1128

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    MUS 262 F 1 UnitWoodwind Ensemble

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionThe course is designed for the experienced music student in order to playchamber music in woodwind ensembles while developing musical skills andknowledge. Plus one hour per week arranged24302 100 6:00- 7:50 P M Maggs, Patricia 1123

    The above class is for flutes only.

    MUS 264 F 1 UnitPercussion Ensemble

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionRehearsal and performance of music for Percussion Ensemble.21398 001 10:00-11:50 A T Leckrone, Erik 1110

    MUS 265 F 1 UnitPiano Ensemble

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionThis course will focus on learning and performing of standard and current duopieces, four-hand literature, group sight-reading, accompaniment, and piecesrequiring more than two pianos and/or other instruments.21399 001 2:00- 2:50 P M Lee, Monica 1112

    LAB 2:00- 2:50 P W Lee, Monica 1112

    MUS 266 F 1 UnitJazz Combo

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionA performance class that explores the performances of various small jazzensemble styles. This ensemble performs on and off campus throughout theyear. Open to all students by audition.21400 002 3:00- 4:20 P MW Babad, Bruce 111021401 001 3:00- 4:20 P TR Jewell, Joseph 1124

    21402 102 4:30- 5:50 P MW Scott, Michael 1110

    MUS 268 F 1 UnitJazz Guitar Ensemble

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: MUS 233 FThis performance group allows advanced guitarists to perform in a modern jazzstyle.21403 001 1:00- 2:50 P F Jewell, Joseph 1110

    MUS 269 F 1 UnitAlternative Jazz Lab Ensemble

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionThis high powered ensemble rehearses and performs modern music from manyof the commercial styles including fusion, Latin, rock, and salsa. Open to allstudents by audition.21404 001 3:00- 4:20 P TR Woll, Gregory 1110

    MUS 271 F 1 UnitFullerton College Symphony

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionNorth Orange Countys premier civic symphony orchestra. Students are welcomeon an audition basis and will perform major symphonic works in a season of fourdifferent concerts. Members receive discounted tickets to all symphony seriesand other perks.23319 100 7:00- 9:50 P R Anderson, Dean 1110

    MUS 273 F 1 UnitConcert Band

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionThe Concert Band is designed primarily for adult members of the North OrangeCounty Community College District. (Undergraduate music majors must enroll inMUS 274 F. Open to all residents by audition.) Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged in rehearsals, studio recordings and

    concerts.21405 100 7:00- 9:50 P T Mazzaferro, Anthony 1110

    The above class runs concurrently with MUS 003 F (CRN 23154).

    MUS 274 F 1 UnitFullerton College Symphonic Winds

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionThe Fullerton College Symphonic Winds is a major performing group for wind,brass, and percussion music majors at Fullerton College. Non-music majors arealso welcome to join this ensemble. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged in rehearsals, studio recordings and

    concerts21406 001 12:00- 1:20 P TR Mazzaferro, Anthony 1110

    MUS 276 F 1 UnitJazz Band

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionAdvisory: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 274 FFullerton Colleges premiere jazz ensemble plays Big Band music from the1940s through the present time. This band is by audition only and performsconcerts throughout the semester. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged21407 001 1:30- 2:50 P MW Babad, Bruce 1110

    MUS 277 F 1 UnitJazz Lab Band

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionAdvisory: Concurrent enrollment in MUS 274 FThis ensemble plays Big Band music from the 1940s through the present time.This band is by audition only and performs concerts throughout the semester. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged in rehearsals, studio recordings and

    concerts21408 001 12:00- 1:20 P MW Delfante, Ernest 1110

    F U L L E R T O N C O L L E G E S P R I N G S C H E D U L E 2 0 1 0DATES DATES

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    MUS 281 F 1 UnitConcert Choir

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionConcert Choir is a performing group open to all students by audition. The choirperforms traditional choral literature including music from the Renaissanceperiod to the present, accompanied and a capella. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged in rehearsals, studio recordings and

    concerts21409 001 12:00- 1:20 P MW Tebay, John 1111

    MUS 285 F 1 UnitChamber Singers

    Transfer: CSU, UCAdvisory: AuditionChamber Singers is a performing group of students comprised primarily ofmusic majors, but open to all students by audition. The choir performs choralchamber music, a cappella and accompanied by composers such as Bach,Mozart and Telemann, as well as contemporary composers. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week arranged in rehearsals, studio recordings and

    concerts.21410 001 2:00- 3:20 P MW Tebay, John 1111

    MUS 287 F 1 UnitVocal Jazz Ensemble

    Transfer: CSU, UCAdvisory: AuditionThis course will study and perform jazz charts from the 1940s to the present. Allperformers are on microphone and there are solo opportunities for participants. Plus 1-1/4 hours per week in rehearsals, studio recordings, and concerts21411 001 1:30- 2:50 P TR Shew, Jamie 111121412 002 3:00- 4:20 P TR Shew, Jamie 1111

    MUS 299 F 1 UnitMusic: Independent Study

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: High scholarship music majorFor advanced students who wish to pursue a particular area of music throughindividual study. Plus one hour per week arranged with instructor21413 IS1 1/19-5/27 Tebay, John 1113

    The above class requires that student must sign with instructor in MusicDepartment before registering.

    MUS 910 F 3 UnitsElectronic Music II

    Prereq: MUS 110 FLearn how to produce and record music using a contemporary MIDI synthesizerstudio and digital audio workstation. This course includes sequencers, editor/librarians, intelligent arrangers, algorithmic composers, and digital audio workstations. Plus one hour per week arranged21414 001 1:30- 2:50 P TR Burger, Markus 1125

    PLEG 101 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Paralegal Studies

    Transfer: CSUThis course explores the role and function of the paralegal in the legal professionand provides a cursory overview of the major aspects involved in the practice of law.20442 001 9:00-10:20 A MW Pollinger, Barbara 325

    22499 101 4:00- 6:50 P W Pollinger, Barbara 31220443 100 7:00- 9:50 P T Smith, Clay 325

    PLEG 104 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Legal Research and Terminology

    Transfer: CSUThis course combines essential knowledge of relevant legal terminology withpractical research techniques demanded of the paralegal in all areas of the law.20444 001 10:30-11:50 A MW Dayton, Steven 313

    20445 100 7:00- 9:50 P W Butterworth, Guerin 311

    PLEG 105 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Legal Writing

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PLEG 101 F, PLEG 104 F and ENGL 100 FThis course provides the paralegal student with an opportunity to generate anddraft some of the major documents encountered in contemporary legal practice.Emphasis is placed on honing English Writing skills.23993 100 7:00- 9:50 P W Beaver, Robin 323

    PARALEGAL STUDIES

    OFFICE TECHNOLOGY(see Computer Information Systems)

    OCEANOGRAPHY (see Earth Sciences)

    NUTRITION (see Foods)

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    PLEG 210 F 1 to 4 UnitsParalegal Internship

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PLEG 101 F, PLEG 104 F, PLEG 105 F, PLEG 201 F and PLEG 202 FThis course provides vocational learning and training opportunities for a studentthrough employment in a law office or other legal environment. Employersrequest that 75% of paralegal studies courses must be completed for placementincluding both civil litigation classes. 85 hours applicable employment for 2 units, plus 85 hours for each additional

    unit PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION22183 100 6:00- 6:50 P W Beaver, Robin 311

    PLEG 211 F 3 UnitsReal Property Law and Procedure

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PLEG 101 F and PLEG 104 FThis course provides an overview of the substantive and procedural aspects ofreal property law and practice.23983 100 7:00- 9:50 P R Russell, Craig 311

    PLEG 215 F 3 UnitsDiscovery in Electronic Age

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PLEG 101 F and PLEG 104 FThis course provides the student with a comprehensive overview of acquiring,managing, producing and organizing various documents during all phases of alawsuit. Traditional and computer-assisted methods of document managementand discovery are explored.23987 800 9:00-11:50 A S 3/27-5/22 Dayton, Steven 312

    12:30- 4:05 P S 3/27-5/22 Dayton, Steven 312Last day to add: Apr 9; Last day to drop without W: Apr 9; Last day to drop with W: May 8; Last day to drop for refund: Mar 27.

    PLEG 217 F 3 UnitsImmigration Law

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PLEG 101 F and PLEG 104 FThis course involves the study of the substantive and procedural immigrationlaws of the United States, including temporary and permanent visas, naturaliza-tion, U.S. citizenship, political asylum, and expulsion proceedings. Students willlearn to identify and complete the major forms related to the immigration process.23988 800 9:00-11:50 A S 1/23-3/20 Staff 312

    12:30- 4:05 P S 1/23-3/20 Staff 312Last day to add: Jan 29; Last day to drop without W: Jan 29; Last day to drop with W: Mar 6; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 23.

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    PLEG 116 F 3 UnitsComputers in the Law Office I

    Transfer: CSUThis is a beginning course introducing computer hardware and software basicsthat apply to the legal environment. Students will learn Microsoft Office compo-nents including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook, and the Windowsoperating system as they are used in the day-to-day life of paralegals.23697 HY1 HYBRID 1/19-5/27 Rodgers, Carolanne

    10:30-11:50 A TR Rodgers, Carolanne 315HYBRID CLASS: The above course requires students to meet on campus, asscheduled, for the first three weeks of the semester, but will then revert to anon-line component with an on-campus meeting every other week. For coursespecific requirements, contact instructor at [email protected] For moreinformation, answers to FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.

    22527 HY2 HYBRID 1/19-5/27 Rodgers, Carolanne6:30- 9:20 P M Rodgers, Carolanne 317

    HYBRID CLASS: The above course requires students to meet on campus, asscheduled, for the first three weeks of the semester, but will then revert to anon-line component with an on-campus meeting every other week. For coursespecific requirements, contact instructor at [email protected] For moreinformation, answers to FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.

    PLEG 201 F 3 UnitsCivil Litigation I

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PLEG 101 F and PLEG 104 F, both with a grade of C or betterThis course examines preliminary procedures for filing civil lawsuits in Californiaand federal courts. Emphasis is placed on generating legal documents throughand including the pleading stage of litigation.21890 200 7:00- 9:50 P M 1/21-3/18 Dayton, Steven 514

    7:00- 9:50 P R 1/21-3/18 Dayton, Steven 514Last day to add: Jan 27; Last day to drop without W: Jan 27; Last day to drop with W: Mar 4; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 25.

    PLEG 202 F 3 UnitsCivil Litigation II

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PLEG 101 F and PLEG 104 F, both with a grade of C or better(changed Spring 2010)Advisory: Completion of PLEG 201 F is strongly advised (added Spring 2010)This course continues the study of civil trials by focusing on understanding andgenerating documents related to discovery procedures, trial and appellate proce-dures, and post-trial remedies.22074 300 7:00- 9:50 P M 3/22-5/27 Dayton, Steven 514

    7:00- 9:50 P R 3/22-5/27 Dayton, Steven 514Last day to add: Apr 7; Last day to drop without W: Apr 7; Last day to drop with W: May 13; Last day to drop for refund: Mar 25.

    PLEG 204 F 3 UnitsFamily Law

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PLEG 101 F and PLEG 104 FThis course is an overview of the issues unique to practitioners of family law.Areas investigated include divorce, child and spousal support, visitation andcustody, paternity and adoption.23982 101 7:00- 9:50 P T Beaver, Robin 311

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    PHIL 100 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Philosophy

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationStudents will learn, analyze and evaluate various viewpoints, problems andissues regarding human nature, knowledge, morality, religion and other selectedtopics. Students who receive credit in this course may not receive credit in PHIL 100HF.20500 001 7:30- 8:50 A MW Crippen, James 12722063 002 9:00-10:20 A MW Crippen, James 12720505 003 9:00-10:20 A TR Nelson, Levonne 11724135 004 9:00-10:20 A TR Hanson, Bruce 12720526 005 10:30-11:50 A MW Holden, Michael 141320509 006 10:30-11:50 A TR Nelson, Levonne 11924134 007 10:30-11:50 A TR Hanson, Bruce 141820514 008 12:00- 1:20 P MW Hanson, Bruce 141321679 009 12:00- 1:20 P TR Holden, Michael 12520518 010 1:30- 2:50 P MW Vanderpool, Jeffrey 11720525 011 1:30- 2:50 P TR Vanderpool, Jeffrey 117

    21690 103 4:00- 6:50 P W Crippen, James 11720529 100 4:00- 6:50 P R Lape, Eric 142722062 101 7:00- 9:50 P M Reich, Louis 12520531 102 7:00- 9:50 P T Brady, Michael 127

    PHIL 100HF 3 UnitsHonors Introduction to Philosophy

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationStudents will learn, analyze and evaluate various viewpoints, problems andissues regarding human nature, knowledge, morality, religion and other selectedtopics. This course has been enhanced for honors students. Students whoreceive credit in this course may NOT receive credit in PHIL 100 F.23295 HN1 9:00-10:20 A MW Holden, Michael 523SEM

    HONORS CLASS: Before registering for this course, please contact the Officeof Special Programs (714) 992-7067.

    PHIL 101 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Religious Studies

    Transfer: CSU, UCStudents will explore and analyze various viewpoints, problems, and issuesregarding religion. Included among these issues are concepts of human destiny,religious ethics, and other selected topics.22406 100 7:00- 9:50 P M Gayhart, Bryce 127

    PHIL 105 F 3 UnitsWorld Religions

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis course is a comparative examination of the beliefs, world views, rituals,ethics and social systems of the major religious traditions throughout the world.This course satisfies the Multicultural Graduation Requirement. Students whoreceive credit in this course may not receive credit in PHIL 105HF.21853 001 9:00-10:20 A TR Seaton, Derry 141820577 002 12:00- 1:20 P MW Seaton, Derry 119

    20606 100 7:00- 9:50 P T Gayhart, Bryce 117

    PHILOSOPHY ANDRELIGIOUS STUDIES

    PHIL 160 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Ethics

    Transfer: CSU, UCThis course will survey basic ethical theories in order to show how they haveaffected analysis of various ethical problems and their solutions both for the individual and society.21680 001 9:00-10:20 A MW Nelson, Levonne 141824285 002 12:00- 1:20 P TR Berndt, Laura 1429

    PHIL 170 F 3 UnitsLogic and Critical Thinking

    Transfer: CSU, UCThis course will develop the students critical thinking and writing skills. Therewill be an emphasis on recognition, analysis and evaluation of arguments.21877 001 12:00- 1:20 P MW Vanderpool, Jeffrey 62121856 002 12:00- 1:20 P TR Vanderpool, Jeffrey 11723380 003 1:30- 2:50 P MW Hanson, Bruce 141821855 004 1:30- 2:50 P TR Berndt, Laura 127

    20609 100 4:00- 6:50 P W Quandt, Timothy 142720610 101 7:00- 9:50 P M Quandt, Timothy 11920611 102 7:00- 9:50 P T Lape, Eric 1418

    PHIL 172 F 3 UnitsCritical Thinking and Writing

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: ENGL 100 F with a grade of C or betterThis course will cover all the standard topics of a traditional critical thinkingcourse. This course is specifically designed to meet the IGETC critical thinking/writing requirement.22650 001 10:30-11:50 A MW Nelson, Levonne 125

    PHIL 198AF 3 UnitsThe Holocaust

    Transfer: CSUThe Jewish experience known as the Holocaust was the most far-reaching ofseveral genocides in the 20th century. An examination will be made of both theevents of the Holocaust, contributing forces, and philosophical and religiousreflections.24136 001 10:30-11:50 A TR Seaton, Derry 1430

    PHIL 202 F 3 UnitsHistory of Philosophy: Modern and Contemporary

    Transfer: CSU, UCThis course is a historical introduction to the western philosophic tradition.Selected philosophers will be examined from each of the following periods:Modern and Contemporary.22065 001 10:30-11:50 A TR Holden, Michael 1014

    PHIL 270 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Asian Religions

    Transfer: CSU, UCThis course is a comparative examination of the beliefs, world-views, rituals,ethics, and social systems of the religious traditions and communitiesthroughout Asia. This course satisfies the Multicultural Graduation Requirement.21857 001 10:30-11:50 A MW Seaton, Derry 1420

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    PHIL 299 F 1 UnitPhilosophy Independent Study

    This course is offered for students who wish to increase their knowledge of theSocial Sciences through individual study and small group conferences. Studentssuccessfully completing this course will be awarded elective credit in the SocialSciences area for credit.23861 IS1 1/19-5/27 Staff

    PHOT 100 F 3 UnitsBasic Photography

    Transfer: CSUFor beginning photographers to learn basic camera operation and the use ofcomposition, color and lighting to create a variety of images. Student mustprovide their own camera as well as film and processing. PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION22955 OL1 ONLINE 1/19-5/27 Kane, Lena ONLINE

    ONLINE CLASS: The above course is conducted entirely ONLINE. On first dayof semester: students must log on and email instructor using the course mailtool no later than 11:59 pm PST on Tues, Jan 26. NOTE: Email not receivedthrough course mail tool, by the deadline, may result in the student beingdropped from the course. For more information, contact instructor [email protected] For answers to FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.

    PHOT 101 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Photography

    Transfer: CSU, UCStudents may choose to study both traditional film and digital media. Studentschoosing traditional will expose and develop film from which they will produceblack-and-white enlargements in a darkroom and students choosing digitalmedia will capture images with a digital camera and produce both color andblack-and-white prints created from digital imaging equipment.20533 001 7:00- 9:50 A MW Kane, Lena 517

    For the above class, bring 35mm SLR camera to first class meeting.20536 002 7:00- 9:50 A TR Kane, Lena 517

    For the above class, bring 35mm SLR camera to first class meeting.20537 003 9:00- 2:50 P F Stroll, Susan 517

    For the above class, bring 35mm SLR camera to first class meeting.20538 004 10:00-12:50 P MW Kane, Lena 517

    For the above class, bring 35mm SLR camera to first class meeting.20539 005 10:00-12:50 P TR Minton, Jeffrey 517

    For the above class, bring 35mm SLR camera to first class meeting.20554 006 1:00- 3:50 P MW Kane, Lena 517

    For the above class, bring 35mm SLR camera to first class meeting.20553 007 1:00- 3:50 P TR Minton, Jeffrey 517

    For the above class, bring 35mm SLR camera to first class meeting.

    PHOT 103 F 3 UnitsIntermediate Photography

    Transfer: CSUPrereq: PHOT 101 F with a grade of C or better (removed Spring 2010)Advisory: PHOT 101 F (added Spring 2010)Students will learn to use different types of cameras and films as well as toexpand the skills and concepts acquired in PHOT 101 F.20560 100 4:00- 6:50 P MW Minton, Jeffrey 517

    PHOTOGRAPHY

    F U L L E R T O N C O L L E G E S P R I N G S C H E D U L E 2 0 1 0DATES DATES

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    PHOT 109 F 3 UnitsPortrait Photography

    Prereq: PHOT 101 F with a grade of C or better (removed Spring 2010)Advisory: PHOT 101 F (added Spring 2010)This course is designed to give the student a working knowledge of portraitstyles and techniques. Students must provide a manually adjustable 35mmcamera.20562 100 7:00- 9:20 P MW Minton, Jeffrey 517

    PHOT 111 F 3 UnitsIntroduction to Photography from Analog to Digital

    Transfer: CSU, UCStudents will learn the processes of both the traditional and digital darkroom.Students will capture images and produce both color and black and white printscreated from imaging equipment.23957 001 8:00- 9:59 A M La Montia, Melody 1015

    LAB 10:00-10:50 A M La Montia, Melody 1024LAB 8:00-10:50 A W La Montia, Melody 1024

    24347 100 4:00- 5:50 P W La Montia, Melody 1015LAB 6:00- 9:50 P W La Montia, Melody 1024

    PHOT 216 F 3 UnitsAdvanced Digital Photography

    Transfer: CSUAdvisory: PHOT 111 F or PHOT 112 F or demonstrate competency inperforming various basic digital camera functionsStudents will explore a variety of photographic subjects including fashion, adver-tising, portrait, industrial and architectural photography.23958 001 9:00-10:59 A F La Montia, Melody 706

    LAB 11:00- 2:50 P F La Montia, Melody 1024

    PHOT 221 F 3 UnitsStudio Specialties

    Transfer: CSUAdvisory: PHOT 101 F or PHOT 111 F or PHOT 112 F or demonstratecompetency in performing a variety of basic camera functionsStudents will learn studio and location practices for a variety of photographicsubjects. Emphasis will be on strobe lighting, mixed lighting, special effects,composition, and styling.23959 100 4:00- 9:50 P R La Montia, Melody 517

    PHOT 290 F 2 to 4 UnitsInternship in Photography

    Transfer: CSUCourse is designed for photography students to develop their skills throughinternships and work experience. Sixteen hours of class meetings plus 85 hoursemployment/internship per semester is required for two units. An additional 85 hours of employment/internship is required for each additional unit.24185 800 5:00- 8:50 P U (2/7) La Montia, Melody 706

    5:00- 8:50 P U (3/7) La Montia, Melody 7065:00- 8:50 P U (4/11) La Montia, Melody 7065:00- 8:50 P U (5/2) La Montia, Melody 706

    For more information contact [email protected] or [email protected] day to add: Feb 7; Last day to drop without W: Feb 7; Last day to drop with W: Mar 11; Last day to drop for refund: Feb 7.

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    ACTIVITIES

    PE 102 F 1 UnitYoga

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationAn overview course in yoga emphasizing breathing and deep relaxation tech-niques to reduce stress, improve concentration, circulation, flexibility andmuscle tone and unify mind, body and spirit.22829 003 6:30- 7:50 A MW Altman, Danielle 1209S24389 103 1:30- 2:50 P MW Staff 1209N23519 030 3:00- 4:20 P MW Staff 1209N

    21880 100 4:30- 5:50 P TR Ward, Michael 1209N22387 101 8:00- 9:20 P MW Staff 1209S

    PE 104 F 1 UnitSpinning (formerly PE 104AF)

    Transfer: CSU, UCSpinning is a unique, indoor, group stationary cycling program. This efficient,high-energy group exercise integrates music, camaraderie and visualization in acomplete body-mind exercise routine.24126 001 7:00- 8:20 A MW Sober, Dustin 1200

    The above class will meet in the patio area next to the dance studio.24128 003 12:00- 1:20 P MW Sober, Dustin 1200

    The above class will meet in the patio area next to the dance studio.24127 002 12:00- 1:20 P TR Vandiver, Jason 1200

    The above class will meet in the patio area next to the dance studio.

    24129 100 6:00- 7:20 P TR Vandiver, Jason 1200The above class will meet in the patio area next to the dance studio.

    PE 105 F 1 UnitBadminton

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction in the fundamental skills of badminton with emphasis on strategy forsingles, doubles, and mixed doubles.24131 800 9:00-11:50 A S Deep, Thomas 1225

    22327 110 6:00- 8:50 P T Tafoya, Michelle 1225

    PE 108 F 1 UnitBowling

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationFundamentals of bowling and consideration of basic skills, rules and strategies.For beginning, intermediate and advanced bowlers. Class meets at the AMFBowling Center, 1501 S. Lemon in Fullerton. Plus one hour per week arranged Facility use fee required23508 650 9:00-11:50 A R Crooks, Brian AMFBC20132 630 12:30- 3:20 P M Picchi, Andrea AMFBC22330 670 1:00- 3:50 P W Woelke, Deborah AMFBC

    23842 620 4:00- 6:50 P M Byrnes, Timothy AMFBC20133 640 4:00- 6:50 P M See, Roger AMFBC

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION

    PE 112 F 1 UnitFencing

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction in movement with the weapon, simple and compound actions,defenses, drills and activity.23823 010 7:30- 8:50 A MW Deep, Thomas FTENCT

    The above class meets at the tennis courts.23055 020 7:30- 8:50 A TR Bevec, Gina 1225

    23537 100 6:00- 8:50 P R Deep, Thomas FTENCTThe above class meets at the tennis courts.

    PE 114 F 1 UnitCardiovascular Conditioning

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationIndividual exercises designed for the student interested in achieving physicalfitness through cardiovascular conditioning.23817 010 7:00- 8:20 A TR Sober, Dustin FCSOCC24133 005 7:30- 8:50 A MW Austin, Philip FCSOCC

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    Cant find where your PE class meets?Circuit Lab FWELLLStrength Lab 1212North Balcony 1209NSouth Balcony 1209SNorth Gym 1201South Gym 1225Dance Studio 1230Massage Program (new location) 3022

    (Berkeley Center: corner of Berkeley and Lemon)Wellness Center Class FWELLCWellness Center Lab FWELLLOUTDOOR FacilitiesBaseball Field FBBFAquatic Center AQUCTRSherbeck Field (Track) SHBKFLSoccer Field FCSOCCSoftball Field FSBFTennis Courts FTENCTOFF-CAMPUS FacilitiesAloha Family Billiards AFB

    7311 Orangethorpe, Buena Park (714) 522-2611AMF Bowling Center AMFBC

    1501 S. Lemon, Fullerton (714) 526-7725Birch Hills Golf Course BHGOLF

    2250 E. Birch St., Brea (714) 990-0201Canyon Terrace Health Club (Racquetball) CANTER

    100 N. Tustin, Anaheim (714) 974-0280Golfers Paradise GOPA

    1600 N. Harbor, Fullerton (714) 879-7888Newport Aquatic Center NAC

    1 Whitecliff Dr, Newport Beach (Outrigger Paddling and Kayaking) (949) 646-7725

    Rock City RCKCTY5100 E. La Palma, Anaheim (714) 777-4884

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    PE 115 F 1 UnitGolf

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationBasic fundamentals of golf, including etiquette, rules and terminology. Facility use fee required23509 610 7:00- 9:50 A F Fuscardo, Nicholas GOPA

    The above class meets at Golfers Paradise, 1600 N. Harbor, Fullerton. Questions? Contact Nick Fuscardo at [email protected]

    23510 620 7:30-10:20 A S Fuscardo, Nicholas GOPAThe above class meets at Golfers Paradise, 1600 N. Harbor, Fullerton. Questions? Contact Nick Fuscardo at [email protected]

    20152 630 10:00-12:50 P F Woelke, Deborah FCSOCCThe above class meets the first day at the Soccer Field.Thereafter, class meets at the Golfers Paradise, 1600 N Harbor in Fullerton.Questions? Contact Debi Woelke, [email protected]

    PE 117 F 1 UnitGymnastics

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationBasic skills and knowledge necessary to the performance of gymnastics.22149 100 8:00- 8:50 P M Kelley, Michael 1225

    LAB 9:00- 9:50 P M Kelley, Michael 1225

    PE 121 F 1 UnitWalking for Fitness

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis coed course will emphasize that walking for optimum health and fitness isnot a myth or a dream. It is simple, easy and within walking distance. This classis designed to improve cardiovascular health and total body toning throughaerobic and anaerobic conditioning.24139 010 8:00- 9:20 A WF Staff 1200

    The above class meets at the Gazebo near the northwest corner of the 1200 building.

    24137 800 8:00-10:50 A S Mendoza, Marian 1200The above class meets at the Gazebo near the northwest corner of the 1200 building.

    24138 005 11:00-11:50 A MTW Plum-Widner, Alix 1200The above class meets at the Gazebo near the northwest corner of the 1200 building.

    22137 110 5:00- 6:20 P MW Bevec, Gina 1200The above class meets at the Gazebo near the northwest corner of the 1200 building.

    22056 100 6:30- 7:50 P MW Bevec, Gina 1200The above class meets at the Gazebo near the northwest corner of the 1200 building.

    PE 122 F 1 to 2 UnitsSurfing

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationAdvisory: Swim 50 yards and tread water for five minutesIntroduction and practice in the essential skills of paddling, wave selection,etiquette, and water safety for long/short board riding. Plus one hour per week arranged two units for Spring20193 610 7:00- 7:50 A R Rapp, Edward FWELLC

    LAB 8:00- 9:50 A R Rapp, Edward AQUCTRThe above class meets first day in Rm. 1244 (Wellness Center), bring swim-suit. Questions? Contact Eddie Rapp at: [email protected]

    PE 123 F 1 to 2 UnitsOutrigger Canoeing

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationAdvisory: Swim 50 yards and tread water for five minutesA hands-on course to introduce the skill and history of outrigger canoeing. Basicskills will be introduced and developed for individual (one-person outrigger) andgroup (six-person outrigger) canoeing. Plus one hour per week arranged two units for Spring $15 Facility use fee required20199 610 7:00- 7:50 A F Rapp, Edward 1246

    LAB 7:51- 9:50 A F Rapp, Edward AQUCTRThe above class meets first day in Rm. 1246, Faculty Lounge, bring swimsuit.Thereafter, class meets at the Newport Aquatics Center, 1 Whitecliff Dr, Newport Beach. Questions? Contact Eddie Rapp at: [email protected]

    PE 124 F 1 to 2 UnitsKayaking

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationAdvisory: Swim 50 yards and tread water for five minutesA hands-on course designed to introduce and analyze the skill of kayaking.Practice the essential paddling skills, equipment use, and water safety for flat-water and ocean kayaking. Plus one hour per week arranged two units for Spring Facility use fee required20200 610 7:00- 7:50 A F Rapp, Edward 1246

    LAB 7:51- 9:50 A F Rapp, Edward AQUCTRThe above class meets first day in Rm. 1246, Faculty Lounge, bring swimsuit.Thereafter, class meets at the Newport Aquatics Center, 1 Whitecliff Dr, Newport Beach. Questions? Contact Eddie Rapp at: [email protected]

    PE 126 F 1 UnitBeach Volleyball

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis course provides basic instruction and strategies in beach volleyball.Designed to develop basic skills, knowledge of rules, team strategies and desirefor future participation during leisure time. Facility use fee required24345 600 10:30- 1:20 P F Rapp, Edward 1246

    The above section will meet the first day in Rm. 1246 at 10:30 am. Thereafter,the class will meet in Huntington Beach. Questions? Contact Eddie Rapp,[email protected]

    PE 127 F 1 UnitRacquetball Indoors

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction and practice in the basic skills of racquetball, rules, strategy, andcompetition in singles and doubles. $50 facility use fee required20201 610 7:00- 9:50 P M Woelke, Deborah 1246

    The above class will meet in Rm. 1246, Faculty Lounge, the first night. There-after, the class will meet at Canyon Terrace Health Club (Racquetball), 100 N. Tustin, Anaheim. Questions? Contact Debi Woelke at [email protected]

    PE 129 F 1 UnitStep Aerobics

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationClass will provide vigorous aerobic activity through coordinated stepping movement.23569 800 8:00-10:50 A S Staff 1209S24295 801 11:00- 1:50 P S Staff 1209S

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    PE 131 F 1 to 2 UnitsBodyboarding

    Transfer: UCAdvisory: Swim 50 yards and tread water for 3 minutesIntroduction and practice in the essential skills of paddling, kicking, wave selec-tion, etiquette, and water safety for bodyboarding. Plus one hour per week arranged two units for Spring22907 610 7:00- 7:50 A R Rapp, Edward FWELLC

    LAB 8:00- 9:50 A R Rapp, Edward AQUCTRThe above class meets the first day in Rm. 1244 (Wellness Center), bringswimsuit. Questions? Contact Eddie Rapp at: [email protected]

    PE 134 F 1 UnitSwimming

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationBasic instruction and practice in the fundamental elements of swimming.23554 050 7:00- 9:50 A F Altman, Danielle AQUCTR24327 800 8:00-10:50 A S Rangel, Rori AQUCTR23516 020 11:30-12:50 P TR Kauffman, Michael AQUCTR24328 010 12:00- 1:20 P MW Ames, Devon AQUCTR

    22503 100 5:00- 6:20 P MW Juarez, Aric AQUCTR

    PE 136 F 1 UnitSpringboard Diving

    Instruction in forms of springboard diving which stress balance, strength, flexi-bility, coordination, and kinesthetic ability. The anaerobic workout includes thetechniques of approach steps, hurdle, and takeoffs. Entries into the water andmid-air maneuvers will be identified and practiced on one meter and three meterdiving boards.23703 010 10:00-11:20 A MW Austin, Philip AQUCTR

    PE 139 F 1 UnitTennis

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction and practice in basic skills of tennis, ground strokes, serve andvolley, with emphasis on strategy for singles and doubles. For Beginners,Intermediate and Advanced tennis players.24355 800 8:30-11:20 A S Arellano, Martin FTENCT21864 005 9:00-10:20 A TR Juarez, Aric FTENCT24204 001 10:30-11:50 A MW Juarez, Aric FTENCT20217 010 12:00- 1:20 P TR Woelke, Deborah FTENCT

    24205 301 6:00- 8:50 P MW 3/22-5/26 Clingan, Jeffrey FTENCTLast day to add: Apr 6; Last day to drop without W: Apr 6; Last day to drop with W: May 12; Last day to drop for refund: Mar 24.

    22911 300 6:00- 8:50 P TR 3/23-5/27 See, Roger FTENCTLast day to add: Apr 7; Last day to drop without W: Apr 7; Last day to drop with W: May 13; Last day to drop for refund: Mar 25.

    PE 142 F 1 UnitMountaineering/Rock Climbing

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationCourse is designed for students to develop skills in mountaineering and rockclimbing. Class meets at Rock City, 5100 E. La Palma in Anaheim Facility use fee required21780 600 6:00- 7:50 P M Van Voorhis, Steven RCKCTY

    Questions? Contact Steve Van Voorhis at [email protected]

    PE 147 F 1 UnitRelaxation/Flexibility Fitness

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationClass emphasis on breathing, relaxation and stretching exercises of yoga, whichlead to better fitness and stress reduction.23515 015 9:00-10:20 A MW Juarez, Aric 1201

    24390 100 6:30- 7:50 P MW Austin, Philip 1209S

    PE 149 F 1 UnitSwim for Fitness

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: Swimming skills requiredSwimming for health and physical fitness.23841 001 6:00- 7:20 A MW Ames, Devon AQUCTR23498 010 11:00-12:20 P MW Bevec, Gina AQUCTR24281 015 11:00-12:20 P TR See, Roger AQUCTR22534 020 1:00- 2:20 P MW Plum-Widner, Alix AQUCTR24277 040 2:00- 3:20 P TR Rapp, Edward AQUCTR

    PE 151 F 1 UnitWater Aerobics/Pool Exercise

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationA physical fitness program stressing cardiovascular conditioning and exercise tocommands with music and water routines.23499 010 11:00-12:20 P MW Bevec, Gina AQUCTR

    24208 100 7:30- 8:50 P TR Bevec, Gina AQUCTR

    PE 152 F 0.5 to 2 UnitsFitness Training Lab Circuit

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationOne orientation session required before beginning workouts. Orientation will behourly during the first three days of semester for students new to the activity.Orientations after first three days will be posted. Flexible hours (27 hoursrequired for 0.5 unit credit) PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Open Entry/Open Exit22423 OE1 1/19-5/27 Giles, Scott FWELLL

    The above class lab hours are M-Th (11 am-3 pm); F (11 am-1 pm); M-Th (6-8 pm). LAST DAY TO ADD: 2 units (2/24); 1.5 units (3/5): 1 unit (4/9); 0.5 units (4/28). LAST DAY TO DECREASE UNITS: 4/26/2008. Questions? Contact Scott Giles at [email protected] day to add: Apr 28; Last day to drop without W: Feb 7; Last day to drop with W: May 2; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 31.

    PE 154 F 2 UnitsFitness Testing with Exercise Prescription

    Transfer: CSU, UCEvaluation of fitness level by scientific equipment based on body composition,metabolic rate, and oxygen capacity, plus complete nutrition analysis with indi-vidual program.20219 010 10:00-10:50 A MW Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLC

    LAB 10:51-11:20 A MW Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLC20220 020 12:30- 1:20 P MW Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLC

    LAB 1:21- 1:50 P MW Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLL

    20221 100 5:30- 6:20 P MW Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLCLAB 6:21- 6:50 P MW Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLL

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    PE 158 F 1 UnitPersonalized Fitness

    Transfer: CSU, UCThis course is a supervised, group-circuit exercise program that focuses on theindividuals needs. Includes individual assessment and the various principlesand techniques of exercise.24209 100 5:30- 6:50 P TR Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLL

    PE 159 F 0.5 to 2 UnitsISP Strength Training (Olympic Weights)

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis course is an open laboratory experience designed to provide instruction andsupervision of students with individualized strength programs using selection-ized equipment or Olympic weights. Flexible hours and variable units. Oneorientation session required before beginning workouts. Orientations will behourly during the first three days of semester for students new to the activity.Orientations after the first three days will be posted. *NOTE: Flexible hours (27required for each half unit of credit). PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION Open Entry/Open Exit22089 OE1 1/19-5/27 Giles, Scott 1231

    The above class lab hours are M-F (7 am-1 pm); M-Th (6-8 pm). LAST DAY TO ADD: 2 units (2/24); 1.5 units (3/5): 1 unit (4/9); 0.5 units (4/28).LAST DAY TO DECREASE UNITS: 4/26/2008. Questions? Contact Scott Gilesat [email protected] day to add: Apr 28; Last day to drop without W: Feb 7; Last day to drop with W: May 2; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 31.

    PE 161 F 1 UnitBody Conditioning and Fitness

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationClass emphasis on individual exercise for contouring and conditioning, posture,weight training and light aerobics.23566 005 6:00- 7:20 A TR Ames, Devon AQUCTR20222 030 2:30- 3:50 P TR Picchi, Andrea FWELLL

    24286 100 6:00- 7:20 P MW Kolias, John AQUCTR

    PE 162 F 1 UnitConditioning for Athletes

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction and practice in weight training, weight lifting, aerobic fitness/flexibilityfor competing in various intercollegiate sports.24378 WI1 7:00-12:20 P MTWRF 1/4-1/15 Rangel, Rori AQUCTR

    WINTER INTERSESSION CLASS:Last day to add: Jan 4; Last day to drop without W: Jan 4; Last day to drop with W: Jan 13; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 4.

    24379 WI2 10:00- 3:20 P MTWRF 1/4-1/15 Mendoza, Marian FSBFWINTER INTERSESSION CLASS:Last day to add: Jan 4; Last day to drop without W: Jan 4; Last day to drop with W: Jan 13; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 4.

    24380 WI3 1:00- 5:20 P MTWRFS 1/4-1/16 Fuscardo, Nick FBBFWINTER INTERSESSION CLASS:Last day to add: Jan 4; Last day to drop without W: Jan 4; Last day to drop with W: Jan 13; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 4.

    PE 163 F 1 UnitKickboxing

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction in forms of kickboxing that stress cardiovascular endurance, strengthdevelopment and improved flexibility. This includes influences from severalmartial arts and the sparring and self-defense aspects of kickboxing.23749 015 10:00-11:20 A TR Lewin, Pamela 1209N23518 030 11:30-12:50 P MW Crooks, Brian 1209N22834 001 12:00- 1:20 P TR Crooks, Brian 1209N

    23563 105 6:00- 7:20 P MW Urias, Gerardo 1209N23765 110 7:30- 8:50 P MW Urias, Gerardo 1209N

    PE 165 F 1 UnitLifetime Fitness

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis class provides cardiovascular fitness training, strength and conditioningexercises and nutrition programs to improve in the components of health-related physical fitness. Each student will develop an individual program suitedto his/her goals.20245 010 9:00-10:20 A MW See, Roger FWELLL23497 020 9:00-10:20 A TR Bevec, Gina FWELLL22748 025 10:00-12:50 P F Giles, Scott FWELLL20263 030 11:00-12:20 P TR Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLL20264 040 12:30- 1:50 P TR Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLL

    20265 120 7:00- 8:20 P MW Jespersen, Jeffrey FWELLL24287 110 7:00- 8:20 P TR Urias, Gerardo FWELLL

    PE 167 F 1 UnitCardio Kickboxing Aerobics

    Course provides cardiovascular development through basic kick-boxing aerobicexercise movements set to music. This is an aerobic exercise class with no phys-ical contact.22511 110 6:00- 7:20 P TR Bevec, Gina 1209S

    PE 168 F 1 UnitBoot Camp Workout

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis course will focus on individual exercise for obstacle course completion,calisthenics, weight training, aerobics, yoga, Pilates and overall fitness.24215 001 9:00-11:50 A M Picchi, Andrea FCSOCC24216 002 10:00-11:20 A TR Picchi, Andrea FCSOCC

    PE 175 F 0.5 to 2 UnitsVolleyball Team Development

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis course is designed to prepare the student-athlete for team development andintercollegiate competition. Students will receive training in fundamentals andstrategies necessary for successful competition.22915 010 10:30-11:50 A TR Rapp, Edward 1225

    PE 179 F 2 UnitsSpirit Squad

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: AuditionThis course is designed for the Pep Squad to develop skills in tumbling, stunts,dance technique, choreography, leadership skills, crowd motivation, and com-petitions. Performance is mandatory at school athletic events and campus functions.20269 010 10:00-11:50 A F Plum-Widner, Alix 1201

    LAB 6:00- 7:50 P MW Plum-Widner, Alix 1201LAB 8:00- 9:50 P MW Plum-Widner, Alix 1201Questions? Contact Alix Plum-Widner at [email protected]

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    PE 181 F 1 UnitBasketball

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationCourse will include the fundamentals of basketball with an emphasis on strategyand team play.24326 002 7:00- 9:50 A F Smith, Andre 120123522 001 7:30- 8:50 A MW See, Roger 1201

    PE 182 F 1 UnitBody Building, Development and Weightlifting

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction includes those resistive exercises that tend to build muscle cells andproper techniques in power lifting. Course may be taken four times for credit.24280 001 7:30- 8:50 A TR See, Roger 121223511 005 8:00- 9:20 A MW Giles, Scott 1212

    PE 183 F 1 UnitConditioning for Athletes Circuit

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction and practice in weight training, weight lifting, aerobic fitness/flexibility for competing in various intercollegiate sports.22517 015 12:00- 1:20 P TR Bassi, Lisa FSBF

    23335 101 4:00- 5:35 P MTWR 4/12-5/13 Murphy, Eugene SHBKFLLast day to add: Apr 14; Last day to drop without W: Apr 14; Last day to drop with W: May 5; Last day to drop for refund: Apr 13.

    PE 185 F 3 UnitsFootball Defense

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis course is designed to give students the skills, proper knowledge and mentalpreparation necessary to play collegiate football, specifically at the defensiveposition.20281 010 2:00- 4:05 P MTWR Crooks, Brian 1205

    Questions? Contact Brian Crooks at [email protected] 020 3:15- 5:20 P MTWR Jespersen, Jeffrey SHBKFL

    Questions? Contact Tim Byrnes at [email protected]

    PE 186 F 3 UnitsFootball Offense

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis class is designed to give students the skills, proper knowledge and mentalpreparation necessary to play collegiate football, specifically at the offensiveposition.20290 010 1:45- 3:50 P MTWR Byrnes, Timothy 1207

    Questions? Contact Tim Byrnes at [email protected]

    PE 188 F 1 UnitSelf Defense Boxing

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction in the discipline of boxing that covers cardiovascular endurance,strength development and improved agility. This course will include sparring andself defense aspects.22519 015 7:00- 9:50 A F Vandiver, Jason 1209N22925 005 8:00- 9:20 A MW Vandiver, Jason 1209N22518 010 8:00- 9:20 A TR Lewin, Pamela 1209N24283 020 10:00-11:20 A MW Giles, Scott 1209N

    PE 189 F 1 UnitSoccer Transfer: CSU, UC Credit Limitation

    Basic skills of soccer, including technique, tactics and rules of the game.22336 020 11:00-12:20 P TR Giles, Scott FCSOCC23528 300 2:30- 5:20 P TR 3/23-5/27 Barber, Anthony FCSOCC

    Last day to add: Apr 7; Last day to drop without W: Apr 7; Last day to drop with W: May 13; Last day to drop for refund: Mar 25.

    24225 301 6:00- 8:50 P MW 3/22-5/26 Perez, Alejandro FCSOCCLast day to add: Apr 6; Last day to drop without W: Apr 6; Last day to drop with W: May 12; Last day to drop for refund: Mar 24.

    PE 191 F 0.5 to 2 UnitsVolleyball: Player Development

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThe basic skills of volleyball are taught with emphasis on strategy and rules. An opportunity is provided for class and interclass competition.22916 010 10:30-11:50 A TR Rapp, Edward 1225

    PE 192 F 1 UnitWater Polo Transfer: CSU, UC Credit Limitation

    Prereq: Intermediate SwimmerThis class is being offered as a coed class. Instruction in the fundamentals ofwater polo includes physical skill development, conditioning, game strategy andterminology.22727 100 6:00- 7:20 P TR Kolias, John AQUCTR20291 110 6:00- 8:50 P W Martinez, Gabriel AQUCTR

    Questions? Contact Gabriel Martinez at [email protected]

    PE 193 F 1 UnitWeight Training/Weight Lifting

    This course stresses weight lifting techniques that will produce muscle tone andstrength.22520 005 6:30- 7:50 A MW Giles, Scott 121224381 WI2 10:00- 3:20 P MTWRF 1/4-1/15 Giles, Scott 1212

    WINTER INTERSESSION CLASS:Last day to add: Jan 4; Last day to drop without W: Jan 4; Last day to drop with W: Jan 13; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 4.

    PE 199 F 1 to 2 UnitsPhysical Education Independent Study I

    Transfer: UC Credit LimitationThis course is for students who wish to participate in acceptable non-curricularphysical activities or who wish to work in the field as a teaching assistant or official or to study special programs in physical education.22845 IS1 1/19-5/27 Snyder, Peter

    PE 223 F 1 UnitPilates Mat I Transfer: CSU, UC

    This is a beginning level course in alignment and correctives work based onexercises and concepts developed by Joseph H. Pilates.24242 001 1:00- 2:20 P MW Chan, Judy 1209S24243 002 2:30- 3:50 P MW Chan, Judy 1209S

    PE 224 F 1 UnitPilates Mat II Transfer: CSU, UC

    Prereq: PE 223 F with a grade of C or betterThis is a course in alignment and correctives work based on concepts and exercises developed by Joseph H. Pilates includes advanced level mat workusing small equipment.24245 002 10:00-12:50 P F Harrison, Mark 1209S24244 005 2:30- 3:50 P TR Chan, Judy 1209S

    24246 100 4:00- 5:20 P MW Kramer, Marsha 1209S

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    PE 225 F 2 UnitsPilates Reformer

    Transfer: CSU, UCPrereq: PE 224 F with a grade of C or betterThis is a course in alignment and correctives work based on concepts and exercises developed by Joseph H. Pilates. This course includes mat work andreformer exercises.24241 001 9:00-10:20 A MTWR Plum-Widner, Alix 1209S

    INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

    PE 202 F 2 UnitsBaseball

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis course is designed for members of the intercollegiate baseball team. Coursemay be taken three times for credit.20371 010 2:00- 3:50 P MTWRF Fuscardo, Nicholas FBBF

    Questions? Contact Coach Nick Fuscardo at [email protected]

    PE 203 F 2 UnitsBasketball Men

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationA hands-on course to introduce theory, technique and the competitive strategiesof basketball. Students must meet the eligibility requirements of the OrangeEmpire Conference. Student athletes will need to pass the sports physical admin-istered by a team physician prior to competition. This course is designed toprepare athletes for future participation at the four-year level.24239 010 12:00- 1:50 P MTWRF Smith, Andre 1201

    PE 204 F 2 UnitsBasketball Women

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationA hands-on course to introduce theory, technique and the competitive strategiesof basketball. Students must meet the eligibility requirements of the OrangeEmpire Conference. Student athletes will need to pass the sports physical admin-istered by a team physician prior to competition. This course is designed toprepare athletes for future participation at the four-year level.24240 100 4:00- 5:50 P MTWRF Woelke, Deborah 1201

    PE 210 F 2 UnitsSoftball Women

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationAdvisory: Subject to auditionThis course is designed for advanced female softball players to participate on theintercollegiate softball team. Daily practice or a minimum of 10 hours per weekis required. In order to be eligible for athletic competition, students must meetthe eligibility requirements of the COA (Commission on Athletes) and the OrangeEmpire Conference. Student athletes will need to pass the sports physical admin-istered by a team physician prior to competition.20372 010 1:30- 3:20 P MTWRF Bassi, Lisa FSBF

    Questions: Contact Coach Lisa Bassi, [email protected], or Marian Mendoza,[email protected]

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    PE 211 F 2 UnitsSwimming Men

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationAdvisory: Try-out requiredDaily practice for ten hours per week. This course is developed for swimmersand divers wanting to compete on an intercollegiate swimming team. Team stan-dards and expectations established. Competition scheduled versus other localcollege teams.20373 010 1:30- 3:20 P MTWRF Kauffman, Michael AQUCTR

    Questions: Contact Michael Kauffman at [email protected]

    PE 212 F 2 UnitsSwimming Women

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationDaily after-school practice for a minimum of ten hours per week. This course is developed for advanced swimmers and divers wanting to compete on an intercollegiate swimming team. Team standards and expectations established.Competition is scheduled versus other local college teams. Course may be takenthree times for credit.20374 010 1:30- 3:20 P MTWRF Rangel, Rori AQUCTR

    Questions: Contact Coach Rori Rangel at [email protected]

    PE 214 F 2 UnitsIntercollegiate Tennis

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis course is designed for the advanced tennis player wanting to participate on the intercollegiate tennis teams. Daily after-school practice or play for aminimum of ten hours per week. Students must meet Orange Empire Conferenceeligibility requirements.20376 010 2:00- 3:50 P MTWRF Giles, Scott FTENCT

    The above class is for the womens tennis team. Questions? Contact CoachScott Giles at [email protected]

    22935 020 2:00- 3:50 P MTWRF See, Roger FTENCTThe above class is for the mens tennis team. Questions? Contact Roger Seeat [email protected]

    PE 215 F 2 UnitsTrack Men/Women

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationCourse may be taken three times for credit.20377 010 1:00- 2:50 P MTWRF Bevec, Gina SHBKFL

    The above course is for the Womens Track and Field Team. Questions? Contact Coach Gina Bevec at [email protected]

    21682 020 1:00- 2:50 P MTWRF Juarez, Aric SHBKFLThe above class is for the Mens Track and Field Team. Questions? ContactCoach Aric Juarez at [email protected]

    PE 222 F 2 UnitsBadminton Women

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationIn order to be eligible for athletic competition, students must meet the eligibilityrequirements of the Orange Empire Conference. Also, candidates must pass aphysical exam. A tryout is required to demonstrate skills and badminton ability.Daily practices and games per schedule.22941 010 2:00- 3:50 P MTWRF Carroll, Constance 1225

    Questions? Contact Connie Carroll at [email protected]

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    PHYSICAL EDUCATION THEORY

    PE 235 F 2 UnitsFirst Aid, CPR, and Safety Education

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationThis is a general course that meets the needs of civic-minded students who wishto be trained in accident prevention and care of the injured. The American RedCross instructional outline will be followed. Upon successful completion, thestudents will be certified in both Standard First Aid and CPR.24272 800 8:00- 5:20 P SU 1/23-1/31 Price, Rhett 1205

    Last day to add: Jan 23; Last day to drop without W: Jan 23; Last day to drop with W: Jan 30; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 23.

    24273 801 8:00- 5:20 P SU 2/20-2/28 Price, Rhett 1205Last day to add: Feb 20; Last day to drop without W: Feb 20; Last day to drop with W: Feb 27; Last day to drop for refund: Feb 20.

    24274 802 8:00- 5:20 P SU 3/13-3/21 Price, Rhett 1205Last day to add: Mar 13; Last day to drop without W: Mar 13; Last day to drop with W: Mar 20; Last day to drop for refund: Mar 13.

    24275 804 8:00- 5:20 P SU 4/24-5/2 Price, Rhett 1205Last day to add: Apr 24; Last day to drop without W: Apr 24; Last day to drop with W: May 1; Last day to drop for refund: Apr 24.

    20292 010 10:00-10:50 A MW Price, Rhett 1205

    24270 HY2 HYBRID 1/19-2/21 Byrnes, Timothy8:00- 9:50 A T (1/19) Byrnes, Timothy 12058:00- 9:50 A T (1/26) Byrnes, Timothy 12058:00- 9:50 A T (2/2) Byrnes, Timothy 12058:00- 9:50 A T (2/9) Byrnes, Timothy 12058:00- 9:50 A T (2/16) Byrnes, Timothy 1205

    HYBRID CLASS: The above course requires students to meet on campus 2 hours per week in addition to online coursework. This course uses CE 6. Forcourse specific requirements, contact the instructor at [email protected] general information, FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.Last day to add: Jan 23; Last day to drop without W: Jan 23; Last day to drop with W: Feb 10; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 21.

    24271 HY3 HYBRID 1/19-2/21 Byrnes, Timothy8:00- 9:50 A R (1/21) Byrnes, Timothy 12058:00- 9:50 A R (1/28) Byrnes, Timothy 12058:00- 9:50 A R (2/4) Byrnes, Timothy 12058:00- 9:50 A R (2/11) Byrnes, Timothy 12058:00- 9:50 A R (2/18) Byrnes, Timothy 1205

    HYBRID CLASS: The above course requires students to meet on campus 2 hours per week in addition to online coursework. This course uses CE 6. Forcourse specific requirements, contact the instructor at [email protected] general information, FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.Last day to add: Jan 23; Last day to drop without W: Jan 23; Last day to drop with W: Feb 10; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 21.

    23836 HY1 HYBRID 4/12-5/16 Byrnes, Timothy6:00- 7:50 P R (4/15) Byrnes, Timothy 12056:00- 7:50 P R (4/22) Byrnes, Timothy 12056:00- 7:50 P R (4/29) Byrnes, Timothy 12056:00- 7:50 P R (5/6) Byrnes, Timothy 12056:00- 7:50 P R (5/13) Byrnes, Timothy 1205

    HYBRID CLASS: The above course requires students to meet on campus 2 hours per week in addition to online coursework. This course uses CE 6. Forcourse specific requirements, contact the instructor at [email protected] general information, FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.Last day to add: Apr 17; Last day to drop without W: Apr 17; Last day to drop with W: May 7; Last day to drop for refund: Apr 15.

    PE 236 F 3 UnitsPrevention and Care of Athletic Injuries

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationDesigned for future athletic trainers, coaches, massage and physical therapistsin the field of sports medicine. Concentrates on prevention, evaluation, treatmentand rehabilitation of athletic-related injuries. Plus two hours arranged per week with instructor20298 015 8:00- 9:50 A T Cuevas, Juan 120723727 030 8:00- 9:50 A F Cuevas, Juan 1205

    PE 239 F 3 UnitsOpen Water Scuba Diving

    Transfer: CSUAdvisory: Ability to swim 50 yards and tread water for 3 minutesThis beginner course develops basic skills and provides an opportunity to expe-rience the ocean environment through SCUBA diving. Certification is available. Plus two hours per week arranged Use fee required23334 100 6:00- 9:50 P M Price, Rhett 120520304 120 6:00- 9:50 P W Price, Rhett 1205

    Questions? Contact Rhett Price at [email protected]

    PE 240 F 2 UnitsSports Officiating for Men

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationInstruction in basic rules and mechanics of officiating seasonal sports. Studentwill receive practical experiences in officiating. Course may be taken twice forcredit. Plus two hours per week arranged with instructor20309 100 6:00- 7:50 P M Fuscardo, Nicholas 1207

    PE 243 F 2 UnitsStress Management Through Physical Activity

    Transfer: CSU, UCInstruction and practice will be given in identifying major sources and types ofstress. Each student will develop an individual program suited to his/her needs.Lab instruction will include practice in stretching, progressive relaxation, action,autogenics, biofeedback, differential relaxation as well as mental imagery andrehearsal techniques.22085 010 2:00- 3:20 P TR Dillard, Jason FWELLC

    PE 245 F 2 UnitsLifesaving, Basic Rescue and CPR

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: Ability to swimCourse follows American Red Cross material. Certificates for advanced lifesavingand CPR are issued upon completion of the course.24263 800 8:00- 5:20 P SU 5/8-5/16 Altman, Danielle 1207

    The above class meets two Saturdays and Sundays and includes a half hourlunch. Plus 2 hours per day arranged.Last day to add: May 8; Last day to drop without W: May 8; Last day to drop with W: May 7; Last day to drop for refund: May 8.

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    PE 246 F 3 UnitsAdvanced/Master SCUBA Diver

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationAdvisory: Demonstrate the basic skills of scuba according to the nationalstandards of NAUI. (Regulator clear, mask clear, low and out of airemergency.) Students need to be able to swim in order to complete thewater component of the course.This course includes theory and implementation of advanced/master techniquesin SCUBA diving and offers various specialized courses of training in addition tocertification in advanced/master diving as well as specialties. Plus two hours per week arranged22083 100 6:00- 7:50 P T Price, Rhett 1205

    LAB 8:00- 9:50 P T Price, Rhett 1205Questions? Contact Rhett Price at [email protected]

    PE 247 F 3 UnitsSports Management

    Transfer: CSUThis course introduces organization, management, planning, staffing, directing,and controlling a sports program. The course also includes such areas asbudget, facilities, scheduling, officials, transportation, public relations, parentand booster clubs, purchase and care of athletic equipment, fundraising, andmarketing. Plus two hours per week arranged22084 010 12:30- 1:50 P M Woelke, Deborah 1205

    12:30- 1:50 P W Picchi, Andrea 1205

    24247 100 6:00- 8:50 P T Chadez, Donald 1207

    PE 248 F 3 UnitsPsychology of Sport

    Transfer: CSUThe study of psychological effects on motor performance as well as the effectsof participating in physical activity on psychological development, health, andwell being.20319 010 11:00-12:20 P MW Lewin, Pamela 120520316 020 11:30-12:50 P TR Lewin, Pamela 1207

    24339 101 6:00- 8:50 P T Rapp, Edward 1246

    PE 250 F 3 UnitsSport and the United States Society

    Transfer: CSUThis course examines sport in the United States society, and how various ethnicand minority groups have influenced sport participation at the local, state andnational levels. Sport history from both the national and international perspectivewill be reviewed. This course satisfies the Multicultural Graduation Requirement.22426 101 6:00- 8:50 P W Fuscardo, Nicholas 1207

    23250 OL1 ONLINE 1/26-3/7 Bassi, Lisa6:00- 6:50 A T (1/26) Bassi, Lisa 1413

    ONLINE CLASS: The above course requires students to attend a MANDATORYORIENTATION on Tues, Jan 26, 6-6:50 am in Rm. 1413. Students MUSTATTEND the orientation or may be dropped from the course. This course uses CE 6. For course specific requirements, visit instructors website athttp://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/lbassi or contact instructor at [email protected] general information, answers to FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.Last day to add: Jan 31; Last day to drop without W: Jan 31; Last day to drop with W: Feb 26; Last day to drop for refund: Jan 28.

    PE 250 F continued:23251 OL2 ONLINE 3/1-4/18 Bassi, Lisa

    6:00- 6:50 A T (3/2) Bassi, Lisa 1413ONLINE CLASS: The above course requires students to attend a MANDATORYORIENTATION on Tues, Mar 2, 6-6:50 am in Rm. 1413. Students MUSTATTEND the orientation or may be dropped from the course. This course uses CE 6. For course specific requirements, visit instructors website athttp://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/lbassi or contact instructor at [email protected] general information, answers to FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.Last day to add: Mar 7; Last day to drop without W: Mar 7; Last day to drop with W: Apr 8; Last day to drop for refund: Mar 4.

    24264 OL3 ONLINE 2/8-3/14 Bassi, Lisa6:00- 6:50 A T (2/9) Bassi, Lisa 1413

    ONLINE CLASS: The above course requires students to attend a MANDATORYORIENTATION on Tues, Feb 9, 6-6:50 am in Rm. 1413. Students MUSTATTEND the orientation or may be dropped from the course. This course uses CE 6. For course specific requirements, visit instructors website athttp://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/lbassi or contact instructor at [email protected] general information, answers to FAQs and more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.Last day to add: Feb 16; Last day to drop without W: Feb 16; Last day to drop with W: Mar 6; Last day to drop for refund: Feb 10.

    PE 252 F 2 UnitsIntro to Physical Education

    Transfer: CSUIntroduction and orientation to physical education as a profession and as anacademic discipline. Explores subdisciplines, opportunities in the field, philos-ophy, scientific foundation, and analyzes and evaluates individuals that haveinfluenced these trends and issues in the 21st century.24282 001 10:00-10:50 A TR Giles, Scott 1207

    PE 266 F 2 UnitsPhysical Fitness as a Lifelong Concept

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationFocus on current trends and thoughts of lifelong fitness. Emphasis is on theaging process and concepts in fitness training as they impact advancing years.20322 010 10:00-10:50 A MW Lewin, Pamela 1207

    PE 270 F 3 UnitsDiet and Exercise for Athletes

    Transfer: CSUThis class explores the principles of weight control as it relates to an exerciseprogram and reviews the factors affecting weight-related problems with athletes.Diet and exercise theories will be explained along with the evaluation of fad dietsand supplements along with an exercise program.24322 001 8:00- 8:50 A MW Lewin, Pamela 1207

    LAB 8:51- 9:20 A MW Lewin, Pamela 1207

    PE 285 F 2 UnitsProfessional Activities Theory/Volleyball

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationOne hour lecture and two hours lab per week. This course is designed to preparepresent and future players, physical education teachers and coaches in thetheory of coaching volleyball. The course includes the mental and physicalpreparation of becoming a volleyball player, the theory and practical experiencepertaining to the offense and defense strategies of volleyball, individual tech-nique drills to perfect the skills of volleyball.24206 100 6:00- 6:50 P R Dillard, Jason 1207

    LAB 7:00- 8:50 P R Dillard, Jason 1207

    F U L L E R T O N C O L L E G E S P R I N G S C H E D U L E 2 0 1 0DATES DATES

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    Honors Hybrid Online Apple Course TeleWeb Entering Scholars WinterProgram Intersession

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    PHYS 130 F 4 UnitsElementary Physics

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: MATH 020 FA survey of principles, philosophy and phenomena of physics, including motion,forces, gravity, electricity, waves, relativity, and nuclear physics. PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION21794 003 9:00-10:20 A MW ONeill, Brendan 419T

    LAB 10:30-11:50 A MW ONeill, Brendan 419T

    20038 100 5:30- 6:50 P TR Raoufi, Aziz 1959LAB 7:00- 9:50 P R Raoufi, Aziz 416T

    PHYS 205 F 4 UnitsPhysics for the Life Sciences I(formerly College Physics)

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: MATH 141 F and MATH 142 F, both with a grade of C or betterThis is the first half of an algebra-based two-semester sequence (PHYS 205 Fand PHYS 206 F) for students majoring in the life sciences. This course satisfiesa requirement for biology majors in the CSU system, but not the UC system. PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION24017 001 10:30-11:50 A TR Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    LAB 12:00- 2:50 P R Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    PHYS 206 F 4 UnitsPhysics for the Life Sciences II(formerly College Physics)

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: PHYS 205 F with a grade of C or betterThis is the second half of an algebra-based, two-semester sequence (PHYS 205 F and PHYS 206 F) for students majoring in the life sciences. This coursesatisfies a requirement for biology majors in the CSU system, but not the UCsystem. PASS/NO PASS/LETTER GRADE OPTION20039 001 5:30- 6:50 P TR Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    LAB 7:00- 9:50 P T Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    PHYS 210 F 4 UnitsPhysics with Calculus for the Life Sciences I (formerly Physics)

    Transfer: CSU, UCCoreq: MATH 150AFThis is the first half of a calculus-based, two-semester sequence (PHYS 210 Fand PHYS 211 F) for students majoring in the life sciences. This course satisfiesa requirement for biology majors in the UC system; the CSU system will accepteither this sequence or PHYS 205 F and PHYS 206 F.24018 001 10:30-11:50 A TR Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    LAB 12:00- 2:50 P R Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    PHYSICSPHYS 211 F 4 UnitsPhysics with Calculus for the Life Sciences II (formerly Physics)

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: PHYS 210 F with a grade of C or betterCoreq: MATH 150BFThis course is the second half of a calculus-based, two-semester sequence(PHYS 210 F and PHYS 211 F) for students majoring in the life sciences. Thiscourse satisfies a requirement for biology majors in the UC system; the CSUsystem will accept either this sequence or PHYS 205 F and PHYS 206 F.20040 001 5:30- 6:50 P TR Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    LAB 7:00- 9:50 P T Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    PHYS 221 F 4 UnitsGeneral Physics I

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: MATH 150AF with a grade of C or betterThis course covers mechanics, vibrations, and properties of matter, requiringknowledge of differential and integral calculus.20041 001 10:30-11:50 A MW Crowell, Benjamin 416T

    LAB 12:00- 2:50 P M Crowell, Benjamin 416T20042 002 1:00- 2:20 P MW Sherman, George 419T

    LAB 2:30- 3:50 P MW Sherman, George 419T

    20043 100 5:30- 6:50 P MW Sherman, George 419TLAB 7:00- 8:20 P MW Sherman, George 419T

    PHYS 222 F 4 UnitsGeneral Physics II

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: PHYS 221 F and MATH 150BF, both with a grade of C or betterThis course covers electrostatics, electric and magnetic fields, simple AC/DCcircuits, as well as Maxwells equations in integral form.20044 001 1:00- 2:20 P TR Sherman, George 419T

    LAB 2:30- 3:50 P TR Sherman, George 419T

    23422 100 5:30- 6:50 P TR ONeill, Brendan 419TLAB 7:00- 9:50 P R ONeill, Brendan 419T

    PHYS 223 F 4 UnitsGeneral Physics III

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationPrereq: PHYS 222 F with a grade of C or betterThis course will discuss thermodynamics, mechanical and electromagneticwaves, optics, special relativity, and an introduction to quantum mechanics, theatom, and the nucleus.20045 100 6:00- 8:50 P M Widmann, Peter 416T

    LAB 6:00- 8:50 P W Widmann, Peter 416T

    F U L L E R T O N C O L L E G E S P R I N G S C H E D U L E 2 0 1 0DATES DATES

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    Monday = M Tuesday = T Wednesday = W Thursday = R Friday = F Saturday = S Sunday = U

    Make Sure To Attendthe First Class Meeting

    Attendance at the first meeting of a class is advisedbecause of enrollment demands. Any student notreporting to the first class meeting may be droppedfrom the roster.

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    POSC 100 F 3 UnitsAmerican Government

    Transfer: CSU, UC Credit LimitationAn introductory survey of American political issues, governing institutions,federal and state, and other elements involving American politics that stressesthe development of student analytical skills. Students who receive credit in thiscourse may not receive credit in POSC 100HF.20794 001 7:30- 8:50 A TR Conforti, Daniel 144020795 002 9:00-10:20 A MW Reilly, Joseph 52123830 T01 9:00-10:20 A TR Conforti, Daniel 1440

    TAP CLASS: The above class is for students participating in the TransferAchievement Program (TAP).

    20797 T02 9:00-10:20 A TR Conforti, Daniel 144023833 003 10:30-11:50 A MW Salas, Ricardo 142120799 004 10:30-11:50 A TR Reilly, Joseph 52120806 005 12:00- 1:20 P MW Dahi, Naji 52120815 006 12:00- 1:20 P TR Dahi, Naji 144020816 007 1:30- 2:50 P MW Balma, Jodi 52120828 008 3:00- 4:20 P TR Dahi, Naji 1413

    22415 100 4:00- 6:50 P M Balma, Jodi 141323080 101 4:00- 6:50 P W Balma, Jodi 141320831 102 7:00- 9:50 P T Salas, Ricardo 1413

    23081 OL1 ONLINE 1/19-5/27 Balma, JodiONLINE CLASS: The above course is conducted entirely ONLINE. Studentsmust log onto this course by Jan 19 or may be dropped from the course. Thiscourse uses CE 6. For course specific requirements, visit instructors websiteat http://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/jbalma/ or contact instructor at [email protected] For general information, answers to FAQs and more, go tohttp://online.fullcoll.edu.

    23082 OL2 ONLINE 1/19-5/27 Conforti, DanielONLINE COURSE: The above course is conducted ONLINE. Students must logonto this course by Jan 20 or may be dropped from the course. Students mustvisit the DISCUSSION BOARD by Jan 20 or may be dropped from the course.This course uses MCGRAW-HILL PAGEOUT. For course specific require-ments, visit instructors website at http://dconforti.pageout.net or contactinstructor at [email protected]

    23083 OL3 ONLINE 1/19-5/27 Reilly, JosephONLINE COURSE: The above course is conducted ONLINE. Students must logonto this course by Jan 20 or may be dropped from the course. Students mustvisit the DISCUSSION BOARD by Jan 20 or may be dropped from the course.This course uses MCGRAW-HILL PAGEOUT. For course specific require-ments, visit instructors website at http://jreilly.pageout.net or contact instruc-tor at [email protected]

    23084 OL4 ONLINE 1/19-5/27 Salas, RicardoONLINE COURSE: The above course is conducted entirely ONLINE. Studentsmust log onto this course by Jan 19 or may be dropped from the course. AnOPTIONAL IN-PERSON ORIENTATION is scheduled for Fri, Jan 22, 4-5:20 pmin Rm. 1440. This course uses Pageout. For course specific requirements,visit instructors website at http://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/rsalas or contactinstructor at [email protected] For general information, answers to FAQsand more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.

    POLITICAL SCIENCEPOSC 100 F continued:

    23834 OL5 ONLINE 1/19-5/27 Salas, RicardoONLINE COURSE: The above course is conducted entirely ONLINE. Studentsmust log onto this course by Jan 19 or may be dropped from the course. AnOPTIONAL IN-PERSON ORIENTATION is scheduled for Fri, Jan 22, 4-5:20 pmin Rm. 1440. This course uses Pageout. For course specific requirements,visit instructors website at http://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/rsalas or contactinstructor at [email protected] For general information, answers to FAQsand more, go to http://online.fullcoll.edu.

    POSC 180 F 3 UnitsCapital Field Trip: Sacramento Seminar

    Transfer: CSUThis seminar class joins with student delegations from other California collegesand universities that meet in the state capitol for a four-day policy conferenceeach Spring. The class will meet regularly before the seminar to prepare studentsfor the conference. Student contribution of $175 will cover the cost of trans-portation, hotel, and registration fee for the seminar.23819 OL1 ONLINE 1/19-4/11 Balma, Jodi

    ONLINE CLASS with OPTIONAL ORIENTATION: The above course is con-ducted entirely ONLINE with a 3-day FIELD TRIP Feb 28-Mar 2. Students mustlog onto this course by Jan 20 or may be dropped from the course. AnOPTIONAL IN-PERSON ORIENTATION is scheduled for Wed, Jan 20, 7:30 pmin Rm. 611. This course uses CE 6. For course specific requirements, visitinstructors website at http://staffwww.fullcoll.edu/jbalma or contact instruc-tor at [email protected] For general information, answers