Fall 2022 Dual Enrollment Classes at your school district:

AJ 100 F Introduction to Criminal Justice (9/6/22-12/10/22) 100% Online - Anaheim HS

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)

AJ 223: Criminal Investigation (9/6/22-12/10/22) 100% Online - Katella HS

This course examines the fundamentals of the criminal investigation process. This course is designed to acquaint the student with investigative theory, organization, and process necessary to aid in a successful criminal case clearance. Students explore basic responsibilities and techniques used to manage crime scenes, preserve evidence, interview witnesses, interrogate suspects, and accurately document case findings for trial preparation. Emphasis is placed on the investigation of specific crimes employing the case study method. (Degree Credit) (CSU) (C-ID: AJ 140)

BUS 100: Introduction to Business (9/6/22-12/10/22) 100% Online - Loara HS

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) AA GE, CSU GE (C-ID: BUS 110)

COUN 140: Educational Planning (10/19/22-11/16/22) In Person - Anaheim / Katella HS and 100% online - Loara HS

This course includes: an orientation to college life, responsibilities, requirements, and regulations; an overview of the assessment process; certificates, occupational degrees, and transfer degrees; the transfer process; career guidance for selection of a major plan of study. Students taking this course will receive an overview of graduation requirements, transfer requirements, campus policies, student services, and career planning. Strongly recommended for first-time students with declared majors or enrollment in specific programs. Course sections may be designated for specific majors or programs. Pass/No Pass only. (Degree Credit) (CSU)

ETHS 150: Introduction to Chicana-o Students (9/6/22-12/10/22) 100% Online - Loara HS

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) AA GE, CSU GE, IGETC

NUTR 210: Human Nutrition (9/7/22-12/7/22) M/W 3:30pm-5:35pm In Person - Loara HS
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 relate to nutrition. General application as it pertains to today’s students is stressed. Students will analyze their food intake. (Degree Credit) (CSU) (UC) AA GE, CSU GE (C-ID: NUTR 110)
NUTR 210: Human Nutrition (9/13/22-12/8/22) T/TH 3:30pm-5:35pm In Person - Anaheim HS
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 relate to nutrition. General application as it pertains to today’s students is stressed. Students will analyze their food intake. (Degree Credit) (CSU) (UC) AA GE, CSU GE (C-ID: NUTR 110)
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (9/6/22-12/10/22) 100% Online- Anaheim HS

This course introduces concepts, theories and vocabulary associated with the field of sociology. The major sociological perspectives are explored surrounding: social control, social interaction, social differentiation, and social institutions. The processes of social change are understood in the context of collective human behavior. This course fulfills the Multicultural Education Requirement for graduation. (Degree Credit) (CSU) (UC) AA GE, CSU GE, IGETC (C-ID: SOCI 110)

*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

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

Anaheim High School Liaison:

Kathryn Hinojos

Email: khinojos@fullcoll.edu

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

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

Kathryn Hinojos

Email: khinojos@fullcoll.edu

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

Katella High School Liaison:

Jeannie Nguyen

Email: jnguyen4@fullcoll.edu

Contact via phone at: (714)752-3550

Loara High School Liaison:

Pablo Garcia

Email: pgarciaalvarez@fullcoll.edu

Contact via phone at: (951) 444-0481