Potential Fall 2021 CLASSES AT YOUR SCHOOL DISTRICT:

ART 110 Introduction to Art (2/8/2022-5/17/2022 *Online)

This course provides an introduction to art from prehistoric times to the present. Classroom presentations are supplemented by gallery and museum visits. While examining the role that the visual arts have played in the development of the cultures of the world, the student is exposed to a wide variety of artistic media

ANTH 101 Physical Anthropology (2/8/2022-5/17/2022 *Hybrid)

This course is a study of the theories of human origin and evolutionary development using genetic, fossil evidence, plus a comparison of humankind anatomically and behaviorally with the higher primates. This field includes current research on the intellectual and cultural equality of the human races. At a number of California State universities and other four-year institutions, this course may be used for social sciences or biological science credit.

ANTH 101L Physical Anthropology Lab (TBD)

This course provides an introduction to lab methods used in research in physical (biological) anthropology. Topics include the classification, biology, and behavior of living primates, human skeletal and physiological anatomy, human genetics, methods of phylogenetic reconstruction, and evidence for the evolutionary history of humans and other primates. Emphasis is on practical experience. Students will examine skeletal materials from living and extinct primates, participate in experiments to illustrate analytical techniques used in modern physical anthropology, and observe the behavior of living primates through field trip and/or audio visual resources. In addition to lab exercises, one short research paper will be required. (Degree Credit) (CSU) (UC)

BUS 100 Introduction to Business (TBD)

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.

Comm 100 Public Speaking (2/8/2022-5/17/2022 *Zoom)

This course is designed to give students concentrated opportunities to communicate their ideas. Emphasis is on developing the speaker’s ability to present original subject matter. This is accomplished by the preparation and presentation of four to six informative and persuasive speeches, as well as various in-class assignments and exercises to develop speaking proficiency by skillfully using logic and reasoning. (Degree Credit) (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 144 Career Motivation and Self Confidence (*ONLINE)

This course is designed to help students identify individual differences, examine personal characteristics and behavior, and evaluate self-concept. Students will interpret information and apply knowledge of self as related to career demands and opportunities with increased motivation and self-confidence. Letter Grade or Pass/No Pass option. (Degree Credit) (CSU)

 

MUS 119 History of Rock Music (TBD)

This course presents a historical study of the music of a rock musician. The principal focus will be on the music with analysis, secondary emphasis is placed on the sociological, political, and economic conditions which so heavily influenced this musical genre’s development. Listening Active, directed listening, will be the primary function activity in the classroom. Out-of-class activities will include music listening and concert attendance.

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (2/8/2022-5/17/2022 *Zoom)

This course introduces concepts, theories and vocabulary  associated with the field of sociology. The processes of  social change are understood in the context of collective  human behavior. This course fulfills the Multicultural  Education Requirement for graduation. (CSU and UC)

NUTR 210 Human Nutrition (2/8/2022-5/17/2022 *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. General application as it pertains to today’s students is stressed. Students will analyze their food intake. (Degree Credit) (CSU) (UC)

MUS 113 Jazz History - An Appreciation (Remotely)

This course provides a historical study of jazz music, America’s only original musical art form. The focus will be on developing for the student an appreciation and understanding of the music with secondary emphasis on the historical and cultural conditions which influenced each era of jazz music: Dixieland, Swing, Cool Jazz, Bebop, Free jazz, and Fusion. Active directed listening will be the primary activity in the classroom. Out-of-class activities will include music, listening and concert attendance. (CSU) (UC)

*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

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

1. Contact your high school College and Career Technician

 

2. APPLY ONLINE

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3. Complete the Special Admit

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4. Register for classes

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Thank you for your interest in taking Dual Enrollment courses!

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

El Camino High School Liaison:

Bryce Hamamoto

Schedule a Zoom appoinment: CALENDLY.COM/BKHAMAMOTO/FCOUTREACH

Contact via phone or text: ‪(562) 265-8981‬

El Dorado High School Liaison:

Angela Crisantos

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

Contact phone or text: (657) 205-7667‬

Esperanza High School Liaison:

Bryce Hamamoto

Schedule a Zoom appoinment: CALENDLY.COM/BKHAMAMOTO/FCOUTREACH

Contact via phone or text: ‪(562) 265-8981‬

bUENA vISTA VIRTUAL ACADEMY Liaison:

Bryce Hamamoto

Schedule a Zoom appoinment: CALENDLY.COM/BKHAMAMOTO/FCOUTREACH

Contact via phone or text: ‪(562) 265-8981‬

Valencia High School Liaison:

Angela Crisantos

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

Contact phone or text: (657) 205-7667‬

Yorba Linda High School Liaison:

Pablo Garcia

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

Contact via phone at: (951) 444-0481