Potential Spring 2022 classes at your school district:

AJ 100 F Introduction to Criminal Justice (1/24/22-5/21/22 *Online)

This course provides students with an introduction and overview of the American criminal justice system. This course examines the history, development and philosophy of criminal justice and summarizes fundamental practices found in law enforcement, the courts and corrections in a democratic society. Topics include the purpose of social control, theories of crime causation, the nature of police work, judicial procedures and correctional strategies in the United States. (Degree Credit) (CSU) (UC)

BIOL 190: Intro to Biotechnology (*Hybrid)

This course is an introduction to biology and biotechnology. Topics will include an introduction to chemistry and cells, molecular

 biology, genetics, recombinant DNA and protein methods, biotechnology applications, and legal/ethical issues surrounding    

 biotechnology. (CSU) (UC)

AJ 223 Criminal Investigation (1/24/22-5/21/22 *Online)
This course involves preliminary investigation, follow-up investigation, and courtroom presentation relating to criminal offenses and includes specialist lectures on the scientific elements. Emphasis is placed on the investigative process and the legal requirements of criminal inquiry. (CSU) (Degree Credit)
BIOL 190L Introduction to Biotechnology Lab (*In-person)

This course is designed to provide students with training in the skills and applications commonly used in biotechnology and molecular biology laboratories. (CSU) (UC)

BUS 100: Introduction to Business (1/24/22-5/21/22 *Online)

This course is an introduction to the trends and opportunities in today’s dynamic global business environment, surveying economics, global markets, social responsibility, ownership forms, entrepreneurship, management organization, marketing, accounting and financial management. (CSU) (UC)

 

COUN 140 F Educational Planning (*Online)

This course offers students an orientation to college life  and responsibilities, an overview of graduation and  transfer requirements, campus policies and resources. This  course also includes the development of an individual  educational plan.

COUN 151 F Career and College Success (*Online)

This course is designed to teach strategies for success to promote academic and lifelong learning through the integration of career and academic planning. Topics include intensive career investigation, assessment of interest, personality, skills, values, and other personal qualities that coincide with educational and career success; application of career and lifespan development theory; psychological and social issues that impact career and life choices; decision making; time management; goal setting; learning and life management strategies; job search and career building techniques. This course emphasizes empowering students to take charge of their academic, career, and personal decisions through the integration of career exploration and individual educational planning. Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass option. (Degree Credit) (CSU)

DART 100 Introduction to Digital Art (TBD)

This course teaches the fundamentals of digital media to input, create, manipulate and output a variety of images. Students learn basic skills and use a varied selection of visual arts software, while gaining insights into the basic principles of digital computers and digital graphics. Extensive hands-on use of computers and other hardware allows students to build a portfolio and acquire the experience levels necessary to advance in this field. (CSU) (Degree Credit)

DART 101: Photoshop for Digital Arts (TBD)

This course teaches the fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop to input, create, manipulate and output a variety of images. Students learn basic design skills and usage of the Adobe Photoshop, while gaining insights into the basic principles of digital manipulation and graphics. Extensive hands-on use of computers and other hardware allow students to build a portfolio and acquire the experience levels necessary to advance in this field. (CSU) (Degree Credit)

ETHS 150: Intro to Chicana/o Studies (*Online)

This course is an introduction to the field of Chicana/o Studies. It is designed to acquaint students with the most significant social, political, economic, and historical aspects of the Chicana/o experience in the United States. As such, the course is interdisciplinary in nature and critically analyzes the societal context in which Chicanas/os have sought to maintain their culture. (CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit)

MUSA courses for Loara HS

MUSA 110: Fundamentals of Voice Training for Non-Majors

MUSA 111: Beginning Voice

MUSA 112: Intermediate Voice I

MUSA 151: Beginning Woodwinds

MUSA 152: Intermediate Woodwinds

MUSA 250: Advanced Woodwinds I

MUSA 161: Beginning Brass

MUSA 162: Intermediate Brass

MUSA 260: Advanced Brass I

MUSA 170: Introduction to Percussion

MUSA 172: Intermediate Percussion

MUSA 270: Advanced Percussion I

Find out more about the classses listed above here

MUS 116 Music Appreciation (*Online)

This course is designed to give students a directed listening introduction and historical framework to a wide variety of music from the Middle Ages/Renaissance to the present. There will be an emphasis on Western Art Music (CSU) (UC)

NUTR 210 F Human Nutrition (1/24/22-5/21/22 *Online)

This course is an introduction to the science of nutrition.  Major principles, functions and sources of nutrients are  discussed, as well as their relationship to health and  disease. Chemistry and physiology are also discussed as  they related to nutrition. (CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit)

TECH 151 Applied Drone Piloting (TBD)

In this course, students will learn the basics of piloting an unmanned aerial system, or drone, and how it can be applied in their preferred career (Administration of Justice, Construction, Cinematography, Environmental Science, Geography, Journalism, Photography, Physical Education, Real Estate, Welding, and many others). Students will gain industry-specific experience with UAS. (CSU) (Degree Credit)

*HYBRID- Combined Online, ZOOM, in-person (synchronous and asynchronous)

*ZOOM- This class is scheduled similarly to an in-person class with set meeting times using Zoom (synchronous)

*ONLINE-This class is fully online and does not require in-person class meetings (asynchronous)

If you are not interested in any of the classes above but would like to take a college course

If interested in taking one of the courses listed above please complete the following steps listed below:

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Thank you for your interest in taking Dual Enrollment courses!

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For additional support please contact one of the Liasions listed below:

Anaheim High School Liaison:

Kathryn Hinojos

 Schedule a Zoom appointment: http://calendly.com/khinojos/fcoutreach

Contact via phone or text: (562) 448-2288

Gilbert/Polaris/Independent Studies (IS) High School Liasion:

Kathryn Hinojos

Schedule a Zoom appointment: http://calendly.com/khinojos/fcoutreach

Contact via phone or text: (562) 448-2288

Katella High School Liaison:

Valerie Salazar

Schedule a Zoom appointment: CALENDLY.COM/VSALAZAR-2/FCOUTREACH

Contact via phone at: (714) 494-6776

 

Loara High School Liaison:

Pablo Garcia

Schedule a Zoom appointment: CALENDLY.COM/PAGARCIA/FCOUTREACH

Contact via phone at: (951) 444-0481