Schedule of Classes

Eureka Campus
Spring 2017

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Course/SectionSynonymTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimesRoomStart-End Dates
ADCT-10-E0842040842Intro to Addiction Studies3.0S BibonaTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU129
ADCT-10-E0843040843Intro to Addiction Studies3.0S AltschulerTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus. Additional students will join via interactive live video from other sites.
ADCT-11-E0844040844Pharm & Physiology of Addictn3.0S AltschulerT 6:05PM- 9:15PMSCSC214
ADCT-12-E0845040845Sub. Abuse Prev. Treat. & Eth.3.0M GoldsbyM 6:05PM- 9:15PMSCSC208
ADCT-17-E0846040846Field Placement Seminar II2.0S AltschulerTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC214
ADCT-42-E0847040847Sup. Occup. Wrk. Exp. II2.5S AltschulerDHR
135 hours required.
AG-17-E0639040639Soil Science3.0E McGee-HoughtonM 8:30AM-10:35AMAT108
W 8:20AM-11:30AMAT108
AG-21-E0640040640Plant Propagation3.0S PaleckiF 8:30AM-10:35AMAT108
F10:50AM- 2:00PMGH100
AG-23-E0641040641Intro to Plant Science3.0E McGee-HoughtonTTH 8:30AM-11:00AMAT108
AG-23-E0642040642Intro to Plant Science3.0B WalkerTTH11:40AM- 2:10PMAT108
AG-3-E0643040643Intro to Animal Science3.0F RulofsonM11:40AM- 1:45PMAT108
W11:35AM- 2:45PMAT108
AG-30-E0644040644Agriculture Business3.0B WalkerTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMAT108
AG-44A-E0645040645Agriculture Leadership I1.0F RulofsonW 2:50PM- 3:50PMAT108
54 hours required
DHR
54 hours required
AG-44B-E0646040646Agriculture Leadership II1.0F RulofsonW 2:50PM- 3:50PMAT108
54 hours required.
DHR
54 hours required.
AG-44C-E0647040647Agriculture Leadership III1.0F RulofsonW 2:50PM- 3:50PMAT108
54 hours required.
DHR
54 hours required.
AG-63-E0648040648Intro Organic/Sustainable AG2.0F RulofsonT 4:30PM- 6:35PMAT108
AG-64S-E0649040649Sustainable Ag. Lab (Spring)1.0S PaleckiM 2:50PM- 6:00PMFARMTBA
First class meeting will be held on Eureka campus in room AT 108.
AJ-1-E1176041176Intro to Admin of Justice3.0G SokolowTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMAJ108
AJ-7-E1178041178Current Issues/Crim. Justice3.0G SokolowMW10:05AM-11:30AMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus. Additional students will join via interactive live video from other sites.
AJ-8-E1179041179Criminal Investigation3.0J BernsteinT 6:05PM- 9:15PMAJ108
AJ-81-E1181041181Basic Academy - Module III8.0S PetersenMTWTHF 6:30AM- 5:00PMAJ10101/09/17-02/10/17
This class requires 200 hours to complete. Before enrolling, students must pass: 1. The POST pre-entry English skills assessment exam with a score of T-42 or above. (May be waived if hired by California law enforcement agency prior to Academy). 2. A basic physical fitness test by running 1.5 miles in under 17 minutes, completing 25 situps in one minute or less and 20 pushups (straight leg) in one minute or less. 3. A medical exam by a licensed physician or similar medical professional. 4. A criminal history records check (fingerprinting) pursuant to the California Penal Code. This must be completed and the results obtained before the first day of class. 5. A DMV printout of the student's driving record.
AJ-82-E1182041182Basic Academy - Module II8.5S PetersenMTWTHF 6:00AM- 5:00PMAJ10102/13/17-03/25/17
This class requires 243 hours to complete. Before enrolling, students must pass: 1. The POST pre-entry English skills assessment exam with a score of T-42 or above. (May be waived if hired by California law enforcement agency prior to Academy). 2. A basic physical fitness test by running 1.5 miles in under 17 minutes, completing 25 situps in one minute or less and 20 pushups (straight leg) in one minute or less. 3. A medical exam by a licensed physician or similar medical professional. 4. A criminal history records check (fingerprinting) pursuant to the California Penal Code. This must be completed and the results obtained before the first day of class. 5. A DMV printout of the student's driving record.
AJ-83-E1183041183Basic Academy - Module I16.0S PetersenMTWTHF AJ10103/27/17-06/15/17
This class requires 490 hours for completion. Before enrolling, students must pass: 1. The POST pre-entry English skills assessment exam with a score of T-42 or above. (May be waived if hired by California law enforcement agency prior to Academy). 2. A basic physical fitness test by running 1.5 miles in under 17 minutes, completing 25 situps in one minute or less and 20 pushups (straight leg) in one minute or less. 3. A medical exam by a licensed physician or similar medical professional. 4. A criminal history records check (fingerprinting) pursuant to the California Penal Code. This must be completed and the results obtained before the first day of class. 5. A DMV printout of the student's driving record.
ANTH-1-E0888040888Biological Anthropology3.0J ShawMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU127
ANTH-1B-E0889040889Biological Anthropology Lab1.0A GarwinMW 3:45PM- 5:10PMHMHU127
ANTH-3-E0891040891Cultural Anthropology3.0J ShawMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU127
ANTH-3-E0892040892Cultural Anthropology3.0J ShawTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU127
ANTH-3-E0893040893Cultural Anthropology3.0J ShawTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU127
ANTH-4-E0895040895Introduction to Folklore3.0A GarwinW 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU127
ANTH-5-E0896040896Great Archaeol. Discoveries3.0J ShawM 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU127
ART-10-E1464041464Color & Design3.0E SilverMW11:35AM- 2:45PMCA139
ART-11-E1465041465Three-Dimensional Design3.0D ZdrazilTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMCA135
Additional fee: $50
ART-17-E1432041432Basic Drawing3.0C HooperMW11:35AM- 2:45PMCA138
ART-17-E1433041433Basic Drawing3.0E SilverMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA139
ART-17-E1484041484Basic Drawing3.0D SmithTTH 8:15AM-11:25AMCA138
ART-17-E1494041494Basic Drawing3.0T LundTTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMCA138
ART-19-E1431041431Figure Drawing3.0C HooperMW 8:15AM-11:25AMCA138
ART-1B-E1418041418Art Hist: Renaissan to Contemp3.0N MargulisMW10:05AM-11:30AMCA139
ART-2-E1420041420Intro to Art3.0N MargulisMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA138
Additional fee: $20
ART-2-E1421041421Intro to Art3.0N MargulisTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMCA139
Additional fee: $20
ART-23-E1422041422Painting3.0D SmithTTH 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA138
ART-31A-E1423041423Intro to Ceramics3.0M MallahanTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMCA136
Additional fee: $75
ART-31B-E1424041424Intro to Ceramics (Wheel)3.0K DavenportMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA136
Additional fee: $75
ART-32-E1425041425Experimental Ceramics3.0D ZdrazilTTH 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA136
Additional fee: $75
ART-35-E1426041426Digital Photography3.0E BotkinMW11:35AM- 2:45PMCA126
Additional fee: $40
ART-35-E1427041427Digital Photography3.0E BotkinMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA126
Additional fee: $40
ART-3B-E1437041437Intermediate Sculpture3.0B FunkeMW11:35AM- 2:45PMCA135
ART-4-E1428041428Art Appreciation3.0G GopinathTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMCA138
ART-56-E1430041430Figure Drawing Lab1.0C HooperMW10:05AM-11:30AMCA138
ART-57-E1434041434Painting Lab1.0D SmithTTH 4:30PM- 5:55PMCA138
ART-60-E1435041435Intro to Jewelry/Metals3.0T LundMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA135
Additional fee: $50
ART-60L-E1436041436Jewelry/Metals Lab1.0T LundMW 4:30PM- 5:55PMCA135
Additional fee: $50
ASTRO-10-E0897040897Intro to Astronomy3.0J PedicinoMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU129
ASTRO-10-E0898040898Intro to Astronomy3.0J PedicinoMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU129
ASTRO-10-E0899040899Intro to Astronomy3.0J PedicinoT 6:35PM- 9:45PMHMHU129
ASTRO-11-E0900040900Solar System/Space Exploration3.0J PedicinoMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU129
ASTRO-30-E0901040901Teaching Sci W/Sci Fiction2.0J PedicinoT 4:25PM- 6:30PMHMHU129
AT-14-E1919041919Mnl Transmssn/Axle & Drtrain4.0A FlorezTTH 5:45PM-10:05PMAT128
AT-16-E0650040650Automotive Electrical Systems4.0A FlorezMW 8:15AM-12:35PMAT128
AT-26-E1165041165Automotive A/C and Heating4.0M RichardsMW 1:15PM- 5:35PMAT128
AT-28-E0651040651Advanced Engine Performance4.0M RichardsTTH 1:15PM- 5:35PMAT128
AT-30-E1918041918Automatic Trans/Transaxle4.0A FlorezTTH 8:15AM-12:35PMAT128
BIOL-1-E1035041035General Biology4.0R ReinerTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU112
TH 8:20AM-11:30AMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E1036041036General Biology4.0R ReinerTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU112
F 8:20AM-11:30AMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E1037041037General Biology4.0M FriedmanTTH 6:05PM- 7:30PMHMHU112
T 7:35PM-10:45PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E1038041038General Biology4.0M FriedmanTTH 6:05PM- 7:30PMHMHU112
W 6:00PM- 9:10PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E1039041039General Biology4.0M FriedmanTTH 6:05PM- 7:30PMHMHU112
TH 7:35PM-10:45PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E1853041853General Biology4.0L AndersonMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU112
M 8:20AM-11:30AMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E1854041854General Biology4.0L AndersonMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU112
W 8:20AM-11:30AMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E1855041855General Biology4.0W RiggsTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU129
T11:40AM- 2:45PMSCSC108
BIOL-15-E1040041040Marine Biology4.0K ReissMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMSCSC102
F 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC102
BIOL-2-E1041041041Microbiology4.0D LaPentaTTH11:40AM-12:45PMHMHU112
TTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC104
BIOL-2-E1042041042Microbiology4.0D LaPentaTTH11:40AM-12:45PMHMHU112
TTH 8:20AM-11:30AMSCSC104
BIOL-3-E1045041045Fundamental Cell Biology4.0D LaPentaMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMSCSC104
W10:05AM- 1:15PMSCSC104
BIOL-40-E2518042518Cadaver Prosection1.0K ReissDHR
Instructor permission is required to enroll in this class.
BIOL-41-E2519042519Museum Curation1.0K ReissDHR
BIOL-5-E1046041046General Botany4.0J HogueMW 8:50AM- 9:55AMHMHU112
MW11:35AM- 2:45PMSCSC108
BIOL-5-E1048041048General Botany4.0J HogueMW 8:50AM- 9:55AMHMHU112
MW 2:50PM- 6:00PMSCSC108
BIOL-6-E1049041049Human Anatomy4.0K ReissTTH 8:30AM- 9:35AMHMHU112
TTH10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC102
BIOL-6-E1050041050Human Anatomy4.0K ReissTTH 8:30AM- 9:35AMSCSC102
TTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC102
BIOL-6-E2334042334Human Anatomy4.0J RayburnTTH 6:05PM- 7:10PMSCSC102
TTH 7:30PM-10:40PMSCSC102
BIOL-7-E1054041054Human Physiology4.0W RiggsMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMSCSC102
MW10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC102
BIOL-7-E1767041767Human Physiology4.0J RayburnMW 6:05PM- 7:30PMSCSC102
MW 7:40PM- 9:05PMSCSC102
BT-50-E0696040696Database Applications4.0D SilvaMW 6:00PM- 7:25PMHMHU204
MW 7:35PM- 9:00PMHMHU204
BUS-10-E0698040698Intro to Business3.0S AndersonTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU129
BUS-10-E0699040699Intro to Business3.0C GainesMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU110
BUS-10-E0700040700Intro to Business3.0S AndersonTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU129
BUS-10-E0702040702Intro to Business3.0C GainesMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU110
BUS-10-E0703040703Intro to Business3.0L WolfsenTTH 6:05PM- 8:05PMHMHU21801/31/17-05/12/17
BUS-18-E0708040708Business Law3.0E NaffahMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMLRC104
BUS-1B-E0713040713Managerial Accounting4.0P WilleMW 8:20AM-11:30AMHMHU218
BUS-280-E0715040715Income Tax Preparation0.0StaffS HMHU21801/14/17-03/27/17
Class meets: 1/14/17 - 10am-4pm 1/21/17 - 10am-4pm 2/4/17 - 10am-4pm 2/25/17 - 10am-2pm 3/4/17 - 10am-4pm 3/25/17 - 10am-4pm
BUS-34-E2355042355Intro to Personal Finance3.0M DennisMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU218
BUS-35-E0722040722Strategic Marketing4.0C GainesTTH10:05AM-12:10PMHMHU218
BUS-4-E0727040727Adv Computerized Bookkeeping3.0D ByrneMW11:40AM- 2:10PMHMHU218
BUS-52-E0730040730Business Communications3.0L WolfsenTTH 4:30PM- 5:55PMHMHU218
BUS-69-E0733040733Business Plan Development4.0C GainesTTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMHMHU218
CE-42-E2430042430Occ Coop Ed Work Experience3.0B JaffariDHR
This class requires 225 hours.
CHEM-100-E1055041055Prep for General Chemistry4.0P FarnhamTTH10:05AM-12:10PMSCSC106
CHEM-1A-E1056041056General Chemistry5.0A SartoriMW11:40AM- 1:05PMSCSC114
TTH10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC114
CHEM-1A-E1057041057General Chemistry5.0A SartoriMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMSCSC114
TTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC114
CHEM-1B-E1058041058General Chemistry5.0P FarnhamTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMSCSC106
TTH 2:45PM- 5:55PMSCSC106
CHEM-2-E1059041059Intro to Chemistry5.0D DuberowMWF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC106
MW10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC106
CHEM-2-E1060041060Intro to Chemistry5.0D DuberowMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC106
MW 2:50PM- 4:15PMSCSC106
CHEM-3-E1711041711Intro to Organic Chemistry4.0D DuberowTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMSCSC106
F 8:20AM-11:30AMSCSC106
CINE-3-E1496041496Third Cinema3.0M CartierM 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU129
CIS-1-E0735040735Computer Information Systems4.0M BrownTTH 2:50PM- 6:00PMHMHU214
CIS-1-E0736040736Computer Information Systems4.0K CoutureMW11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU204
CIS-100-E0740040740Basic Computer Skills3.0A GainesTTH11:40AM- 2:10PMHMHU210
CIS-100-E1167041167Basic Computer Skills3.0A GainesMW 9:00AM-11:30AMHMHU204
CIS-12-E0742040742Programming Fundamentals4.0C RomeroMW11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU214
CIS-210-E0746040746Beginning Computer Skills0.0D WilsonMTWTH 9:30AM-11:30AMHMHU21001/14/17-05/04/17
CIS-33-E0747040747Scaling & Connecting Networks4.0D CalderwoodMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMHMHU214
CIS-35-E0748040748Intro to Security4.0C RomeroDHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Tuesdays from 11:35 - 2:45 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
T11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU214
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Tuesdays from 11:35 - 2:45 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
CIS-98-E0750040750PC Computer Repair & Maint4.0C RomeroF11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU214
This is a hybrid course. Class lectures are delivered online using Canvas The lab portion of this class will meet on the Eureka campus in HU 214 from 11:35 am -2:45 pm on Fridays. Attendance on the Eureka campus is required. For more information contact Chris Romero at chris-romero@redwoods.edu. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
DHR
This is a hybrid course. Class lectures are delivered online using Canvas The lab portion of this class will meet on the Eureka campus in HU 214 from 11:35 am -2:45 pm on Fridays. Attendance on the Eureka campus is required. For more information contact Chris Romero at chris-romero@redwoods.edu. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
COMM-1-E1272041272Public Speaking3.0G BeadleM 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU215
COMM-1-E1273041273Public Speaking3.0H SmithTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU213
COMM-1-E1274041274Public Speaking3.0G BeadleMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU207
COMM-1-E1275041275Public Speaking3.0L SaylesTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU215
COMM-1-E1276041276Public Speaking3.0L SaylesTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU215
COMM-1-E1277041277Public Speaking3.0H SmithTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU213
COMM-1-E1497041497Public Speaking3.0G BeadleMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU213
COMM-5-E1279041279Intro to Mass Communication3.0K MayerTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU110
COMM-7-E1280041280Interpersonal Communication3.0L SaylesMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU207
COMM-7-E1281041281Interpersonal Communication3.0R MackinneyTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMAT106
COMM-7-E1283041283Interpersonal Communication3.0R MackinneyTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU213
COMM-7-E2345042345Interpersonal Communication3.0H SmithTTH 4:30PM- 5:55PMHMHU110
CT-152-E0982040982Open Lab for Woodworking1.0W HoleTH 1:15PM- 5:20PMAT10902/02/17-05/12/17
CT-21A-E0983040983Survey of Wood Tech3.0W HoleF 9:10AM-10:15AMAT109
Additional fee: $20
F10:20AM- 5:10PMAT109
Additional fee: $20
CT-21A-E0984040984Survey of Wood Tech3.0R HafarM 5:30PM- 6:35PMAT109
Additional fee: $20
MW 6:40PM- 9:50PMAT109
Additional fee: $20
CT-21B-E0985040985Intermediate Wood Tech3.0W HoleF 8:00AM- 9:05AMAT109
Additional fee: $20
F10:20AM- 5:10PMAT109
Additional fee: $20
CT-21B-E0986040986Intermediate Wood Tech3.0R HafarW 5:30PM- 6:35PMAT109
Additional fee: $20
MW 6:40PM- 9:50PMAT109
Additional fee: $20
CT-25-E0987040987OSHA Construction Safety2.0W HoleS 9:00AM- 4:05PMAT10602/25/17-04/01/17
CT-30-E2049042049Solar Thermal Design & Install1.0A CookM 6:05PM- 9:15PMAT13201/30/17-04/24/17
This is a short unit course that will be doing some lec/lab on campus and two lab days on a Saturday at the CR House. The exact days of each class session are as follows: Monday, January 30th LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus,room AT132 Monday, Feb 6th LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus,room AT132 Saturday, Feb 11th at the CR house site for 5 hours in Fortuna Monday, Feb 13 LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus, Room AT132 Monday, April 10 LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus, Room AT132 Saturday, April 15 at the CR house site for 5 hours in Fortuna Monday, April 17 LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus, Room AT132 Monday, April 24 LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus, Room AT132
S 01/30/17-04/24/17
This is a short unit course that will be doing some lec/lab on campus and two lab days on a Saturday at the CR House. The exact days of each class session are as follows: Monday, January 30th LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus,room AT132 Monday, Feb 6th LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus,room AT132 Saturday, Feb 11th at the CR house site for 5 hours in Fortuna Monday, Feb 13 LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus, Room AT132 Monday, April 10 LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus, Room AT132 Saturday, April 15 at the CR house site for 5 hours in Fortuna Monday, April 17 LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus, Room AT132 Monday, April 24 LL starting at 6:05 on CR campus, Room AT132
CT-32-E0989040989Photovoltaic Design/Install1.0W LayW 6:05PM- 9:35PMAT13203/22/17-05/12/17
CT-50-E1168041168Construction Estimating4.0D GlavichF10:05AM- 2:25PMAT106
CT-55-E0990040990Adv Wood Technology2.0W HoleF10:20AM- 5:10PMAT109
Additional fee: $20
CT-55-E0991040991Adv Wood Technology2.0R HafarMW 6:40PM- 9:50PMAT109
Additional fee: $20
CT-57B-E0993040993Cabinetmaking & Millwork II3.0R HafarM12:40PM- 1:45PMAT109
MW 1:50PM- 5:00PMAT109
CT-57D-E1002041002Cabinetmaking & Millwork IV3.0R HafarW12:40PM- 1:45PMAT109
MW 1:50PM- 5:00PMAT109
CT-72-E1003041003Electrical Codes & Standards2.0W LayT 6:05PM- 8:10PMAT106
CT-78B-E1004041004Residential Wiring II2.0W LayTH 6:05PM-10:20PMAT108
CT-78D-E1005041005Residential Wiring IV2.0W LayTH 7:05PM-11:20PMAT108
CT-81-E1006041006Carpentry Theory II3.0D GlavichMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMAT106
CT-91-E1007041007Beginning Carpentry II3.0D GlavichTTH 8:00AM-12:35PMAT109
CT-91-E1008041008Beginning Carpentry II3.0D GlavichTTH 1:00PM- 5:35PMAT109
CT-96-E1009041009Intermediate Carpentry II3.0D GlavichTTH 8:00AM-12:35PMAT109
CT-96-E1010041010Intermediate Carpentry II3.0D GlavichTTH 1:00PM- 5:35PMAT109
DA-163-E1682041682Dntl Disease/Oral Hlth Issues2.0H ReedT 2:10PM- 4:15PMAT115
DA-164-E1683041683Dental Specialties3.0H ReedT12:00PM- 2:05PMAT115
F 7:30AM-10:40AMAT112
DA-164-E1684041684Dental Specialties3.0H ReedT12:00PM- 2:05PMAT115
F10:45AM- 1:55PMAT112
DA-165-E1685041685Adv Dental Radiography2.0H ReedTH12:00PM- 1:05PMAT115
TH 8:30AM-11:40AMAT112
DA-165-E1686041686Adv Dental Radiography2.0H ReedTH12:00PM- 1:05PMAT115
TH 1:10PM- 4:15PMAT112
DA-166-E1687041687Dental Front Office Skills1.0T MooreMTWTHF 9:00AM-12:00PMAT11501/04/17-01/11/17
DA-167-E1688041688Dental Clinical Experience6.0H ReedT10:30AM-11:35AMAT115
MW 8:30AM- 4:35PMAT112
DM-10-E1726041726Digital Storytelling4.0M VanderhorckMW 8:20AM-11:30AMHMHU206
DM-20-E0755040755Media Development for the Web4.0J StoweTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU206
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Tuesday and Thursday from 11:40-1:05 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 54 hours of instruction.
DHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Tuesday and Thursday from 11:40-1:05 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 54 hours of instruction.
DM-24B-E0756040756Cartoon Animation4.0K CoutureTTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMHMHU206
DM-30-E0757040757Interactive Media4.0J SidellMW 4:30PM- 7:40PMHMHU206
DM-42-E2530042530Coop Work Exper Educ DM0.5M VanderhorckDHR
This class requires 27 hours.
DM-56-E1725041725Video Production4.0M VanderhorckMW 1:15PM- 4:25PMHMHU206
Additional fee: $6.50
DM-70A-E0762040762Photoshop I0.5D WilsonTTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU20601/31/17-02/23/17
DRAMA-24-E1288041288Intro to Theatre3.0L SatlofTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU215
DRAMA-30A-E1289041289Acting I3.0L SatlofTTH 2:50PM- 5:20PMTH104
DRAMA-30B-E1290041290Acting II3.0L SatlofTTH 2:50PM- 5:20PMTH104
DT-23-E0765040765Engineering Design Graphics3.0S BrownMW 1:15PM- 3:45PMAT105
DT-23-E0803040803Engineering Design Graphics3.0S StewartTTH 6:05PM- 8:35PMAT105
DT-25-E0804040804Computer Aided Design & Draft4.0S BrownTTH10:05AM- 1:15PMAT107
DT-60-E0806040806Mechanical Design Drafting4.0S BrownTTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMAT107
DT-71-E0807040807Arch Draft Fundamentals3.0C OryMW10:05AM-12:35PMAT105
ECE-1-E1011041011Principles/Practices of Teach3.0C TitusT 1:15PM- 4:25PMCD101
ECE-10-E1015041015Field Experience in ECE3.0D KalvaitisW 1:15PM- 3:20PMCD101
This class requires an additional 108 contact hours to complete. Effective Fall 2016: Students enrolled in ECE Lab Courses (ECE 7 & ECE 10) will require proof of immunizations or immunity for: Measles, Pertussis & Influenza.
DHR CD101
This class requires an additional 108 contact hours to complete. Effective Fall 2016: Students enrolled in ECE Lab Courses (ECE 7 & ECE 10) will require proof of immunizations or immunity for: Measles, Pertussis & Influenza.
ECE-2-E1012041012Child Growth & Development3.0D KalvaitisTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMCD101
ECE-5-E1013041013The Child in the Family & Com3.0D KalvaitisT 6:05PM- 9:15PMCD101
ECE-7-E1014041014Intro to Early Childhood Curr3.0D KalvaitisW 6:05PM- 8:10PMCD101
This class requires an additional 54 hours of lab. Effective Fall 2016: Students enrolled in ECE Lab Courses (ECE 7 & ECE 10) will require proof of immunizations or immunity for: Measles, Pertussis & Influenza.
DHR CD101
This class requires an additional 54 hours of lab. Effective Fall 2016: Students enrolled in ECE Lab Courses (ECE 7 & ECE 10) will require proof of immunizations or immunity for: Measles, Pertussis & Influenza.
ECON-1-E0808040808Macroeconomics3.0S KirschTTH10:05AM-11:30AMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus. Additional students will join via interactive live video from other sites.
ECON-10-E0810040810Microeconomics3.0M DennisTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus. Additional students will join via interactive live video from other sites.
ECON-10-E2356042356Microeconomics3.0M DennisMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU211
ENGL-102-E1323041323Accel Precollegiate Writing4.5D GerthTTH10:45AM-12:50PMHMHU106
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-102-E1325041325Accel Precollegiate Writing4.5S Herrera-ThomasTTH 8:30AM-10:35AMHMHU106
EPIC section includes embedded peer support. 0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
EPIC section includes embedded peer support. 0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-102-E1326041326Accel Precollegiate Writing4.5S Herrera-ThomasMW 1:15PM- 3:20PMSCSC202
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-102-E1327041327Accel Precollegiate Writing4.5L ManousosMW 8:30AM-10:35AMHMHU106
EPIC section includes embedded peer support. 0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
EPIC section includes embedded peer support. 0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-102-E1328041328Accel Precollegiate Writing4.5L ManousosMW10:45AM-12:50PMHMHU106
EPIC section includes embedded peer support. 0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
EPIC section includes embedded peer support. 0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-150-E1329041329Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5J GonzalezTTH 6:05PM- 7:30PMSS109
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-150-E1330041330Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5S NordlofMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU114
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-150-E1332041332Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5D HolperMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU114
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-150-E1333041333Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5M PrangleyTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU217
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-150-E1334041334Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5M PrangleyTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU114
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours/week in the Writing Center. Students will select time slots during the 1st week of classes.
ENGL-1A-E1337041337Analytical Reading & Writing4.0S MondorMWF 8:30AM- 9:45AMHMHU114
Citizenship in America: Colorblindness, Racial Inequality, and Mass Incarceration Theme
ENGL-1A-E1338041338Analytical Reading & Writing4.0S Herrera-ThomasMWF10:05AM-11:20AMHMHU114
ENGL-1A-E1339041339Analytical Reading & Writing4.0S MondorMWF11:40AM-12:55PMHMHU114
Citizenship in America: Colorblindness, Racial Inequality, and Mass Incarceration Theme
ENGL-1A-E1340041340Analytical Reading & Writing4.0P SchwartzMWF11:40AM-12:55PMHMHU217
ENGL-1A-E1343041343Analytical Reading & Writing4.0J ScrivnerMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMCA113
ENGL-1A-E1345041345Analytical Reading & Writing4.0C PhillipsMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMHMHU114
ENGL-1A-E1347041347Analytical Reading & Writing4.0D DixonTTHF10:05AM-11:20AMSS109
ENGL-1A-E1348041348Analytical Reading & Writing4.0J BrownTTHF11:40AM-12:55PMHMHU207
ENGL-1A-E1349041349Analytical Reading & Writing4.0D DixonTTHF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSS109
ENGL-1A-E1350041350Analytical Reading & Writing4.0E SullivanW 3:15PM- 5:20PMHMHU106
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Wednesday afternoons on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
DHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Wednesday afternoons on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
ENGL-1A-E1351041351Analytical Reading & Writing4.0P BlakemoreTTH 3:15PM- 5:20PMHMHU210
This course is linked with HIST-9-E1305; students MUST enroll in BOTH sections.
ENGL-1A-E1353041353Analytical Reading & Writing4.0R RobersonM 3:15PM- 5:20PMHMHU106
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Monday afternoons on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
DHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Monday afternoons on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
ENGL-1B-E1356041356Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0D HolperMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU217
ENGL-1B-E1357041357Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0D HolperMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU217
ENGL-1B-E1358041358Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0D GerthTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMSCSC208
ENGL-1B-E1359041359Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0S Herrera-ThomasTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU217
ENGL-1B-E1360041360Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0J GonzalezMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMSS109
ENGL-1B-E1361041361Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0S NordlofTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU106
Socioeconomic Class in Life and Literature
ENGL-33-E1362041362Creative Writing: Prose3.0D HolperF 1:00PM- 4:10PMHMHU114
ENGL-4-E1322041322Introduction to Literature3.0S NordlofTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU106
Love, Gender, and Sexuality (in poetry, fiction, and drama).
ENGL-53A-E1365041365English Lab/ENGL-1A0.5P SchwartzDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in English 1A. Tutoring and other resources for academic reading, analytical and source-based writing, standard written English conventions, and all stages of the writing process are provided. English 53A focuses entirely on providing individualized instruction to improve students' persistence and success in ENGL 1A. 27 hours required.
ENGL-53A-E1366041366English Lab/ENGL-1A1.0J ScrivnerDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in English 1A. Tutoring and other resources for academic reading, analytical and source-based writing, standard written English conventions, and all stages of the writing process are provided. English 53A focuses entirely on providing individualized instruction to improve students' persistence and success in ENGL 1A. 54 hours required.
ENGL-53B-E1367041367English Lab/ENGL-1B0.5E SullivanDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in English 1B. Tutoring and other resources for academic reading, literary analysis and interpretation, analytical writing, standard written English conventions, and the writing process are provided. English 53B focuses entirely on providing individualized instruction to improve students' persistence and success in ENGL 1B. 27 hours required.
ENGL-53B-E1368041368English Lab/ENGL-1B1.0J MarakDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in English 1B. Tutoring and other resources for academic reading, literary analysis and interpretation, analytical writing, standard written English conventions, and the writing process are provided. English 53B focuses entirely on providing individualized instruction to improve students' persistence and success in ENGL 1B. 54 hours required.
ENGL-54-E1369041369ENGL Lab AHC0.5C PhillipsDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in Arts, Humanities, and Communications courses. Tutorial support and other resources for analytical, expository, and interpretive reading and writing are provided, including standard written English conventions and the writing process. To earn credit for ENGL 54, students must be enrolled in at least one Art, Humanities, or Communication course requiring writing and/or critical reading. Appropriate subject areas for ENGL 54 co-enrollment include History, Art, Music, Cinema, Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, Speech, Journalism, and Literature (English). 27 hours required.
ENGL-54-E1370041370ENGL Lab AHC1.0R RobersonDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in Arts, Humanities, and Communications courses. Tutorial support and other resources for analytical, expository, and interpretive reading and writing are provided, including standard written English conventions and the writing process. To earn credit for ENGL 54, students must be enrolled in at least one Art, Humanities, or Communication course requiring writing and/or critical reading. Appropriate subject areas for ENGL 54 co-enrollment include History, Art, Music, Cinema, Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, Speech, Journalism, and Literature (English). 54 hours required.
ENGL-55-E1371041371ENGL Lab BSS0.5J BrownDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in Behavioral and Social Science courses. Tutoring and other resources for successful writing in BSS disciplines including standard written English conventions are provided. To earn credit for ENGL 55, students must be enrolled in at least one Behavioral or Social Science course requiring writing and/or critical reading. Appropriate subject areas for ENGL 55 co-enrollment include Anthropology, Economics, Education, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. 27 hours required.
ENGL-55-E1372041372ENGL Lab BSS1.0E CarlyleDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in Behavioral and Social Science courses. Tutoring and other resources for successful writing in BSS disciplines including standard written English conventions are provided. To earn credit for ENGL 55, students must be enrolled in at least one Behavioral or Social Science course requiring writing and/or critical reading. Appropriate subject areas for ENGL 55 co-enrollment include Anthropology, Economics, Education, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. 54 hours required.
ENGR-23-E0815040815Engineering Design Graphics3.0S BrownMW 1:15PM- 3:45PMAT105
ENVSC-10-E0903040903Intro to Environmental Science4.0A DeJoannisTTH10:05AM-11:30AMAT106
TH11:40AM- 2:50PMSCSC108
ENVSC-10-E0904040904Intro to Environmental Science4.0A DeJoannisTTH10:05AM-11:30AMAT132
F11:40AM- 2:50PMSCSC108
ENVSC-11-E0905040905Environmental Ethics3.0P BlakemoreMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU112
ENVSC-12-E0907040907Earth's Changing Climate3.0L PedicinoTTH 8:15AM- 9:55AMHMHU12901/31/17-05/12/17
This late start class starts on 1/31/17.
ENVSC-12-E0908040908Earth's Changing Climate3.0L PedicinoTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU112
ESL-205-E2500042500Fund ESL Career & Educ Vocab0.0K BeattieMW 6:05PM- 8:35PMSS10901/18/17-03/09/17
ESL-207-E2501042501Fund ESL Computer Vocab0.0K BeattieMW 6:05PM- 8:35PMHMHU21003/20/17-05/03/17
ESL-211-E2497042497Intermed ESL - High0.0K BeattieTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU11501/17/17-05/11/17
ESL-215-E2498042498Int. ESL Career & Ed Vocab0.0K BeattieTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA10501/17/17-03/09/17
ESL-217-E2499042499Intermed ESL Computer Vocab0.0K BeattieTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA10503/21/17-05/11/17
FNR-1-E0816040816Intro to Forestry/Natural Res3.0T BakerTTH10:05AM-11:10AMAT127
T 1:15PM- 4:25PMAT127
FNR-5-E0818040818Forest Ecology Mgmt3.0T BakerMW11:40AM-12:45PMAT127
W 1:15PM- 4:25PMAT127
FNR-54-E0819040819Intro/Nat'l Res Invntry Tchnqs3.0T BakerMW10:05AM-11:10AMAT127
M 1:15PM- 4:25PMAT127
FNR-58-E1172041172Intro to Remote Sensing2.0M JarviMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMAT105
FNR-60-E1734041734Forest Health & Protection3.0M JarviF10:05AM- 2:15PMAT127
FNR-65-E0821040821Intro to Geographic Info Sys3.0M JarviTTH 1:15PM- 3:45PMAT105
FNR-66-E1493041493Spatial Data Analysis in GIS3.0M JarviMW 1:15PM- 3:45PMAT107
FNR-77-E0823040823Intro to Wildland Fire3.0M JarviTTH 6:05PM- 7:30PMAT127
FNR-87-E1171041171Wildlife Biology3.0T BakerTTH11:40AM-12:45PMAT127
TH 1:15PM- 4:25PMAT127
GEOG-1-E0909040909Intro to Physical Geography3.0D DempseyMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU125
GEOG-2-E0910040910Cultural Geography3.0D DempseyTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU114
GEOG-2-E0911040911Cultural Geography3.0D DempseyMW 4:30PM- 5:55PMHMHU125
GEOL-1-E0913040913Physical Geology with Lab4.0E WrightTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU125
TTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU125
GEOL-10-E1713041713Environmental Geology3.0E WrightMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU125
GEOL-2-E0917040917Historical Geology with Lab4.0E WrightMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU125
MW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU125
GS-1-E1189041189College Success3.0D GerthTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA105
GS-1-E1192041192College Success3.0D FraserTTH 2:50PM- 4:30PMCA11301/30/17-05/12/17
This is a late-start class starting on 1/31/17.
GS-6-E1193041193First Year Experience3.0J ScrivnerMW10:05AM-11:30AMAJ108
GS-6-E1194041194First Year Experience3.0D FraserTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMAT106
GUID-143-E1596041596Individual Assessment/Planning0.5P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
18 hours required
GUID-145-E1597041597Applied Study Skills & Strateg1.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may enroll in additional units, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
GUID-145-E1598041598Applied Study Skills & Strateg2.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
72 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may enroll in additional units, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
GUID-145-E1603041603Applied Study Skills & Strateg3.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
108 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may enroll in additional units, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
GUID-145-E1604041604Applied Study Skills & Strateg4.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
144 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may enroll in additional units, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
GUID-146-E1607041607App. Study Skills/Strat. ENGL1.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required.
GUID-146-E1608041608App. Study Skills/Strat. ENGL2.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
72 hours required.
GUID-147-E1609041609App. Study Skills Math1.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required.
GUID-147-E1610041610App. Study Skills Math2.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required.
GUID-148-E1611041611App. Study Skills Science1.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required.
GUID-148-E1612041612App. Study Skills Science2.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required.
GUID-205-E2348042348Supervised Tutoring0.0S FordDHR PE100K
GUID-205-E2349042349Supervised Tutoring0.0A AielloDHR PE201
GUID-205-E2350042350Supervised Tutoring0.0D WheatDHR LRC100
GUID-205-E2351042351Supervised Tutoring0.0T StavertDHR LRC100
GUID-205-E2352042352Supervised Tutoring0.0E WrightDHR LRC100
GUID-205-E2353042353Supervised Tutoring0.0P Cortes-GarciaDHR LRC100
GUID-205-E2354042354Supervised Tutoring0.0O MatsubuDHR LRC100
GUID-205-E2432042432Supervised Tutoring0.0C DavisDHR 01/17/17-05/04/17
GUID-205-E2433042433Supervised Tutoring0.0J ReinmanDHR 01/17/17-05/04/17
GUID-205-E2521042521Supervised Tutoring0.0A HungerfordTWTH 4:00PM- 6:00PMLRC10001/14/17-05/06/17
GUID-205-E2529042529Supervised Tutoring0.0E WrightMW 3:00PM- 4:00PMLRC10001/23/17-05/03/17
GUID-215-E2515042515Education Plan Development0.0K ReissDHR
Education plan development for students interested in 4-year university transfer in science majors (including life sciences such as biology or zoology and physical sciences such as geology or physics).
HE-1-E0849040849Health Education3.0M WhiteW10:05AM-11:30AMPE201
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Monday mornings on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 54 hours of instruction.
DHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Monday mornings on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 54 hours of instruction.
HE-7-E0851040851Emerg Resp: First Aid/CPR/AED3.0H MulvihillTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE100K
HIST-11-E1293041293US Women's HIstory to 18773.0C RobinsonMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU106
HIST-18-E1308041308History of California3.0W CroweTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU213
HIST-20-E1294041294World History I3.0P GeckTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU110
HIST-4-E1295041295Western Civilization I3.0C RobinsonMW10:05AM-11:30AMAT106
HIST-8-E1297041297US History Through Reconstruc3.0R DschidaMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU215
HIST-8-E1298041298US History Through Reconstruc3.0R DschidaMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMAT106
HIST-8-E1299041299US History Through Reconstruc3.0W CroweTTH 5:30PM- 7:30PMHMHU20701/31/17-05/12/17
Late start class starting on Tuesday, Jan. 31st, 2017.
HIST-8-E1300041300US History Through Reconstruc3.0W CroweTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU207
HIST-9-E1303041303US History Reconstr - Present3.0C RobinsonMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA105
HIST-9-E1304041304US History Reconstr - Present3.0P GeckTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU110
HIST-9-E1305041305US History Reconstr - Present3.0G PotamianosTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMSCSC214
This course is linked with ENGL-1A-E1351; students MUST enroll in BOTH sections.
HO-15-E1719041719Nutrition3.0L KingM 3:50PM- 7:00PMAT103
HO-151-E2319042319Medical Terminology3.0L ScalesT 2:45PM- 5:55PMAT104
HO-159-E1747041747Emergency Medical Technician6.0V PlambeckMW 5:30PM- 9:45PMAT126
Requirements include: Proof of communicable disease immunity and background check clearance; and American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers, American Red Cross CPR for the Professonal Rescuer, Medic First Aid Basic Life Support for Professionals, or equivalent CPR certification. Off-campus meetings are required. Must be 18 years old to be eligible for National Registry and state certification. May take the state certification exam within one year of course completion. Fees for National Registry testing and state certification are additional.
HO-170B-E1748041748North Coast Paramedic Prog. 213.0D BoileauF12:45PM- 9:30PMAT126
414 hours of instruction are required.
S 7:00AM- 5:30PMOCTBA
414 hours of instruction are required.
DHR OCTBA
414 hours of instruction are required.
IT-152-E0825040825Technical Computer Lab1.0S BrownF 9:00AM-12:10PMAT107
IT-260-E2335042335Elec Guitar Design/Production0.0S BrownF 5:15PM- 9:15PMAT10901/20/17-05/12/17
Additional fee: $230
IT-60B-E1173041173Machine Parts Print Read3.0R ShullTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMAT106
KINS-65-E0876040876Foundations of Kinesiology3.0R BrownMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE201
KINS-66-E0885040885Concepts of Phys Fit & Exerc3.0R BrownTTH10:05AM-11:30AMPE201
MATH-102-E1064041064Pathway to Statistics6.0T MatsumotoTTH 1:15PM- 3:45PMSCSC202
EPIC section includes embedded peer support. This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
TTH 4:05PM- 5:30PMSCSC202
EPIC section includes embedded peer support. This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
MATH-102-E1065041065Pathway to Statistics6.0P ZastrowMW 8:30AM-11:00AMSCSC208
MW11:20AM-12:45PMSCSC208
MATH-102-E2332042332Pathway to Statistics6.0W GillTTH 4:30PM- 7:00PMSCSC204
EPIC section includes embedded peer support.
TTH 7:20PM- 8:45PMSCSC204
EPIC section includes embedded peer support.
MATH-120-E1068041068Intermediate Algebra4.0K OwensMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC210
MATH-120-E1069041069Intermediate Algebra4.0A FalkTTHF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC210
MATH-120-E1070041070Intermediate Algebra4.0M MorenoMWF10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC210
MATH-120-E1071041071Intermediate Algebra4.0R CarterMWF 8:30AM- 9:45AMSCSC210
MATH-120-E1073041073Intermediate Algebra4.0S JacksonMTWTH 2:50PM- 3:55PMSCSC204
MATH-120-E1074041074Intermediate Algebra4.0B MorinMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC214
MATH-120L-E1537041537Math Lab for Intermed Algebra0.5B MorinDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 120L should be enrolled in Math 120.
MATH-120L-E1538041538Math Lab for Intermed Algebra1.0M ButlerDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 120L should be enrolled in Math 120.
MATH-15-E1081041081Intro to Statistics4.0A FalkMW10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC214
F10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC208
MATH-15-E1082041082Intro to Statistics4.0D ArnoldMWTH 2:50PM- 4:05PMSCSC208
MATH-15-E1083041083Intro to Statistics4.0G OlsenTTHF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC208
MATH-15-E1084041084Intro to Statistics4.0J PaceTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC208
MATH-15-E1085041085Intro to Statistics4.0M MorenoTTHF 8:30AM- 9:45AMSCSC208
MATH-15-E1086041086Intro to Statistics4.0J HaleyMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC208
MATH-15-E2509042509Intro to Statistics4.0K FalboTTHF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC210
New Section.
MATH-150-E2385042385Precalculus Review0.5K FalboMTW 9:00AM-12:00PM 01/09/17-01/11/17
A review of College Algebra and Trigonometry material as preparation to enter Math 50A or Math 50B. This winter session class meets MTW 1/9/17-1/11/17. This class involves extensive computer work.
MATH-15L-E1091041091Math Lab for Elem. Statistics0.5J PaceDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 15L should be enrolled in Math 15.
MATH-15L-E1092041092Math Lab for Elem. Statistics1.0G OlsenDHR LRC101
45 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 15L should be enrolled in Math 15.
MATH-194-E1093041093Int Alg for Soc Sci, Business4.0R CarterMWF10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC202
MATH-194-E1094041094Int Alg for Soc Sci, Business4.0T EvansTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC202
MATH-194L-E1096041096Math Lab Int Alg Soc Sci & Bus0.5K PetersonDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 194L should be enrolled in Math 194.
MATH-194L-E1097041097Math Lab Int Alg Soc Sci & Bus1.0T EvansDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 194L should be enrolled in Math 194.
MATH-25-E1099041099College Trigonometry4.0S JacksonMTTHF10:05AM-11:10AMSCSC204
MATH-25-E1100041100College Trigonometry4.0J PaceMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC204
MATH-25-E1101041101College Trigonometry4.0D ArnoldMWF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC204
MATH-252-E1102041102Open Mathematics Lab0.0P ZastrowDHR LRC101
Must be registered in a CR mathematics or math-related course to register for noncredit Math tutoring. Math Lab is located in the Academic Support Center in the LRC. The lab hours are TBA.
MATH-25L-E1104041104Math Lab for College Trig.0.5S JacksonDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required as well as completion of a moderate set of online assignments. As hours are accrued students may change to a 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in MATH-25L should be enrolled in MATH-25.
MATH-25L-E1105041105Math Lab for College Trig.1.0E BuchananDHR LRC101
45 hours required as well as completion of a moderate set of online assignments. As hours are accrued students may change to a 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in MATH-25L should be enrolled in MATH-25.
MATH-272-E1106041106Arithmetic for College Prep0.0T MatsumotoTTH10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC202
Math 272 is a non-credit version of Math 372 (Math 372 is 4 units). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 372L or Math 252). For textbook information, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math272.php. Use of scientific calculators is introduced.
F10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC206
Math 272 is a non-credit version of Math 372 (Math 372 is 4 units). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 372L or Math 252). For textbook information, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math272.php. Use of scientific calculators is introduced.
MATH-276-E1107041107Pre-Algebra for College Prep0.0W NickleMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC214
MATH-276-E1108041108Pre-Algebra for College Prep0.0A FalkMW 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC210
F 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC202
MATH-276-E1109041109Pre-Algebra for College Prep0.0E BuchananTTHF 8:45AM-10:00AMSCSC202
MATH-30-E1113041113College Algebra4.0B WagnerMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC204
MATH-30-E1114041114College Algebra4.0B MorinMTTHF 8:30AM- 9:35AMSCSC204
MATH-30-E1115041115College Algebra4.0H HeeseTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC210
MATH-301-E1117041117Prealgebra Review1.0StaffMTWTH 4:30PM- 5:35PMSCSC21002/27/17-03/30/17
A review of Prealgebra material as preparation to enter Elementary Algebra (Math 380). This course is recommended preparation for students taking the mathematics assessment test to qualify for Math 380. This late-start class meets MTWTh for four weeks only (02/27/17-3/30/17). This class involves extensive computer work. Math 301 is a "Math Jam" course. http://mathrev.redwoods.edu/mathjam/
MATH-302-E1119041119Elementary Algebra Review1.0StaffMTWTH 4:30PM- 5:35PMSCSC21002/27/17-03/30/17
A review of Elementary Algebra ("Algebra I") material as preparation to enter Intermediate Algebra (Math 120 or Math 194). This course is recommended preparation for students taking the mathematics assessment test to qualify for Math 120 or Math 194. This late-start class meets MTWTh for four weeks only (2/27/17-3/30/17). This class involves extensive computer work. Math 302 is a "Math Jam" course. http://mathrev.redwoods.edu/mathjam/
MATH-303-E1121041121Intermediate Algebra Review1.0StaffMTWTH 4:30PM- 5:35PMSCSC21002/27/17-03/30/17
A review of Intermediate Algebra ("Algebra II") material as preparation to enter a Transfer Level math class (Math 5, 15, 25, or 30). This course is recommended preparation for students taking the mathematics assessment test to qualify for Math 5, 15, 25, or 30. This late-start class meets MTWTh for four weeks only (2/27/17-3/30/17). This class involves extensive computer work. Math 303 is a "Math Jam" course. http://redwoods.edu/departments/mathematics/
MATH-30L-E1125041125Math Lab for College Algebra0.5B WagnerDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required as well as completion of a moderate set of online assignments. As hours are accrued students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in MATH-30L should be enrolled in MATH-30.
MATH-30L-E1126041126Math Lab for College Algebra1.0E BuchananDHR LRC101
45 hours required as well as completion of a moderate set of online assignments. As hours are accrued students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in MATH-30L should be enrolled in MATH-30.
MATH-372-E2333042333College Arithmetic4.0T MatsumotoTTH10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC202
Math 372 is a 4-unit credit version of Math 272(Math 272 is non-credit). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 372L or Math 252). For textbook information for Math 272/372, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math272.php. Use of scientific calculators is introduced.
F10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC206
Math 372 is a 4-unit credit version of Math 272(Math 272 is non-credit). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 372L or Math 252). For textbook information for Math 272/372, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math272.php. Use of scientific calculators is introduced.
MATH-372L-E2379042379Math Lab for College Arith0.5E BuchananDHR
22.5 hours required.
MATH-372L-E2380042380Math Lab for College Arith1.0E BuchananDHR
This course requires 45 hours.
MATH-376-E2324042324Pre-Algebra4.0A FalkMW 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC210
F 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC202
MATH-376-E2325042325Pre-Algebra4.0E BuchananTTHF 8:45AM-10:00AMSCSC202
MATH-376-E2524042524Pre-Algebra4.0W NickleMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC214
MATH-376L-E2381042381Math Lab for Pre-Algebra0.5E BuchananDHR
22.5 hours required.
MATH-376L-E2382042382Math Lab for Pre-Algebra1.0W NickleDHR
This course requires 45 hours.
MATH-380-E1128041128Elementary Algebra5.0M HamiltonMTTH 6:05PM- 7:40PMSCSC206
MATH-380-E1130041130Elementary Algebra5.0W GillMTWTH 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC206
EPIC section includes embedded peer support.
MATH-380-E1134041134Elementary Algebra5.0M ButlerMTWTH10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC206
EPIC section includes embedded peer support.
MATH-380-E1135041135Elementary Algebra5.0H HeeseMTWTH11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC206
MATH-380-E1138041138Elementary Algebra5.0M ButlerMTWTH 8:30AM- 9:45AMSCSC206
EPIC section includes embedded peer support.
MATH-380L-E1141041141Math Lab for Elem Algebra0.5E BuchananDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required as well as completion of a moderate set of online assignments. As hours are accrued students my change to a 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in MATH-380L should be enrolled in MATH-380.
MATH-380L-E1142041142Math Lab for Elem Algebra1.0E BuchananDHR LRC101
45 hours required as well as completion of a moderate set of online assignments. As hours are accrued students my change to a 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in MATH-380L should be enrolled in MATH-380.
MATH-4-E1143041143MATLAB Programming3.0K FalboTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMSCSC214
MATH-5-E1144041144Contemporary Mathematics3.0W GillTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMSCSC202
MATH-50A-E1146041146Differential Calculus4.0T MatsumotoMTTHF11:40AM-12:45PMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus; additional students at other CR sites may participate using interactive live video. Graphing calculator required, TI-83 or TI-84 recommended. Concurrent enrollment in MATH-52 Math Lab is recommended. For textbook information, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math50A.php.
MATH-50B-E1149041149Integral Calculus4.0D ArnoldMTTH 6:05PM- 7:20PMLRC105
MATH-50C-E1151041151Multivariable Calculus4.0S JacksonMTTHF11:40AM-12:45PMSCSC214
MATH-52-E1152041152Math Lab for Transfer Level0.5K FalboDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 52 should be enrolled in at least one transfer-level mathematics course (Math 5/15/25/30/50a/50b).
MATH-52-E1153041153Math Lab for Transfer Level1.0E BuchananDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 52 should be enrolled in at least one transfer-level mathematics course (Math 5/15/25/30/50a/50b).
MATH-55-E1154041154Differential Equations4.0B WagnerTTHF10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC214
MATH-5L-E1155041155Math Lab for Cont. Math0.5E BuchananDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required as well as completion of a moderate set of online assignments. As hours are accrued students may change to a 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in MATH-5L should be enrolled in MATH-5.
MATH-5L-E1156041156Math Lab for Cont. Math1.0E BuchananDHR LRC101
45 hours required as well as completion of a moderate set of online assignments. As hours are accrued students my change to a 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in MATH-5L should be enrolled in MATH-5.
MT-10-E0826040826Fund of Manufacturing Tech3.0M PetersonF 1:15PM- 3:20PMAT132
F 3:30PM- 6:40PMAT133
MT-11-E0827040827Adv. Manufacturing - Turning4.0M PetersonMW10:05AM-11:10AMAT132
MW11:20AM- 2:30PMAT133
MT-13-E0828040828Adv. Manufacturing Processes4.0R ShullTTH10:05AM-11:10AMAT133
TTH11:20AM- 2:30PMAT133
MT-59B-E1174041174Mastercam 3-D Programming4.0M PetersonMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMAT106
MW 4:25PM- 5:50PMAT133
MUS-1-E1389041389Intro to Music3.0A BackstromMW 6:05PM- 7:30PMCA104
MUS-1-E1390041390Intro to Music3.0E MacanTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-10-E1391041391Music in History3.0E MacanMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA104
MUS-22B-E1866041866Brass Instruments1.0B NewkirkTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA107
MUS-22P-E1393041393Percussion Instruments1.0B NewkirkTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA107
MUS-22W-E1394041394Woodwinds1.0B NewkirkTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA107
MUS-24A-E1395041395Beginning Class Piano I1.0E MacanMW 9:00AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-24A-E1399041399Beginning Class Piano I1.0E MacanTTH 1:15PM- 2:10PMCA104
MUS-24B-E1396041396Beginning Class Piano II1.0E MacanMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-24B-E1400041400Beginning Class Piano II1.0E MacanTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA104
MUS-25A-E1397041397Intermediate Class Piano I1.0E MacanMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-25A-E1401041401Intermediate Class Piano I1.0E MacanTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA104
MUS-25B-E1398041398Intermediate Class Piano II1.0E MacanMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-25B-E1402041402Intermediate Class Piano II1.0E MacanTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA104
MUS-26A-E1403041403Beginning Class Voice I1.0C RyderTTH10:05AM-10:55AMCA109
MUS-26B-E1404041404Beginning Class Voice II1.0C RyderTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA109
MUS-27A-E1405041405Intermediate Class Voice I1.0C RyderTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA109
MUS-27B-E1406041406Intermediate Class Voice II1.0C RyderTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA109
MUS-29A-E1407041407Beginning Class Guitar I1.0B NewkirkTTH12:00PM- 1:05PMCA107
MUS-29B-E1408041408Beginning Class Guitar II1.0B NewkirkTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMCA107
MUS-29C-E1409041409Intermediate Class Guitar1.0B NewkirkTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMCA107
MUS-3B-E2137042137Intermediate Harmony II4.0E MacanTTH10:05AM-12:10PMCA104
MUS-61-E1411041411Concert Band1.0B NewkirkW 7:00PM-10:10PMCA107
MUS-62-E1412041412Jazz Orchestra1.0B NewkirkT 6:30PM- 9:40PMCA107
NAS-1-E0130040130Intro to Native Amer Studies3.0K SharpTTH 6:00PM- 7:25PMHMHU114
NAS-1-E0920040920Intro to Native Amer Studies3.0C AgeeMW11:40AM- 1:05PMSCSC210
NAS-21-E0921040921Native American History3.0C AgeeMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMLRC105
NURS-10B-E1751041751Pharmacology Prfssnl Nurs II2.0R FarrarF 8:25AM-10:30AMAT104
NURS-22-E1752041752Nurs Science & Practice II9.0R FarrarMW 8:25AM-10:30AMAT126
W10:45AM-12:20PMAT126
M 1:00PM- 6:30PMOCTBA
T 5:50AM- 1:50PMOCTBA
NURS-22-E1753041753Nurs Science & Practice II9.0R FarrarMW 8:25AM-10:30AMAT126
M10:45AM-12:20PMAT126
W 1:00PM- 6:30PMOCTBA
TH 5:50AM- 1:50PMOCTBA
NURS-24-E1754041754Nurs Science & Practice IV10.0S UrbanW 7:50AM-10:00AMAT103
W11:50AM- 2:00PMAT103
DHR 6:00AM- 4:30PMOCTBA
NURS-60A-E1755041755LVN/Paramed RN Trans I1.0J HowardF 8:00AM-10:20AMAT12601/14/17-03/10/17
NURS-60B-E1756041756LVN/Paramed RN Trans II1.0J HowardF 8:00AM-10:20AMAT12603/20/17-05/12/17
OCEAN-10-E1157041157Intro to Oceanography3.0D O'SheaTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU125
This class is linked with OCEAN-11-E1159. Students must be enrolled in both OCEAN-10-E1157 and OCEAN-11-E1159.
OCEAN-10-E1158041158Intro to Oceanography3.0D O'SheaTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU125
OCEAN-11-E1159041159Lab in Oceanography1.0D O'SheaTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU125
This class is linked with OCEAN-10-E1157. Students must be enrolled in both OCEAN-10-E1157 and OCEAN-11-E1159.
OCEAN-11-E1160041160Lab in Oceanography1.0D O'SheaTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU125
PE-10-E0852040852Running & Walking1.0D WheatMW10:05AM-11:30AMFH100
PE-10-E0853040853Running & Walking1.0F BorbaTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMFH100
PE-12-E0855040855Weight Training1.0F BorbaMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116C
PE-12-E0857040857Weight Training1.0F BorbaMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE116C
PE-12-E0859040859Weight Training1.0D WheelerTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116C
PE-13-E0862040862Boot Camp Fitness1.0F BorbaMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE116
PE-13-E0863040863Boot Camp Fitness1.0F BorbaTTH10:05AM-11:30AMPE116
PE-13-E0864040864Boot Camp Fitness1.0B MorganMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116
PE-15-E0866040866Women's Self Defense1.0C SlackFSSU 9:00AM- 5:00PMPE20101/20/17-01/22/17
PE-22-E0867040867Soccer1.0P Cortes-GarciaMW10:05AM-11:30AMFH100
PE-25-E0868040868Volleyball1.0M WhiteTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116
PE-27-E0861040861Power Weight Lifting1.0B CharityMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMPE116C
PE-302-E1623041623Adaptive Conditioning1.0E KeenerMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE116D
PE-302-E1625041625Adaptive Conditioning1.0E KeenerTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-302-E1626041626Adaptive Conditioning1.0E KeenerTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE116D
PE-302-E1627041627Adaptive Conditioning1.0E KeenerMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-32-E0854040854Circuit Training1.0D WheelerTTH10:05AM-11:30AMPE116C
PE-32-E0860040860Circuit Training1.0D WheelerTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMPE116C
PE-36-E2383042383Hip Hop Dance1.0S KiddMW11:40AM- 1:05PMTH104
PE-48-E2346042346IC Sand Volleyball2.0O MatsubuDHR PE116
PE-50-E0869040869Intercollegiate Baseball2.0B MorganDHR PEBB
108 hours required
PE-51-E0870040870Intercolleg. Basketball-Women1.0A HungerfordDHR PE11601/14/17-03/03/17
54 hours required
PE-52-E0871040871Intercolleg. Basketball-Men1.0J MoraDHR PE11601/14/17-03/03/17
54 hours required
PE-56-E0872040872Intercoll Fastpitch Softball2.0M WhiteDHR PESB
108 hours required
PE-57-E0873040873Intercollegiate Track & Field2.0P ElmoreDHR PEFB
108 hours required
PE-64-E0875040875Concepts of Strength Training3.0H MulvihillMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE100K
PE-68-E0886040886Care & Prev. Sports Injuries3.0H MulvihillMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE100K
PE-80-E0877040877Athletic Conditioning1.0B CharityDHR PE116C
This requires 54 hours.
PE-80-E0878040878Athletic Conditioning1.0B CharityDHR PE116C
This class requires 54 hours.
PE-80-E0879040879Athletic Conditioning1.0B CharityDHR PE116C
This class requires 54 hours.
PE-80-E0880040880Athletic Conditioning1.0B CharityDHR PE116C
This class requires 54 hours.
PE-80-E0881040881Athletic Conditioning1.0P Cortes-GarciaDHR FH100
This class requires 54 hours.
PE-80-E0882040882Athletic Conditioning0.5A HungerfordDHR PE11603/20/17-05/12/17
This class requires 54 hours.
PE-80-E0883040883Athletic Conditioning0.5J MoraDHR 03/20/17-05/12/17
This class requires 54 hours.
PE-80-E2523042523Athletic Conditioning1.0P ElmoreTTH 8:00AM- 9:25AMPE116C
PE-8A-E0884040884Beginning Golf1.0D WheatM 1:15PM- 4:25PMFH100
PE-9-E0887040887Hiking1.0S KiddF 1:15PM- 4:30PMPE100K
PE-9-E2347042347Hiking1.0S KiddM 1:15PM- 4:30PMPE100K
PE-90-E1613041613Adaptive Resistive Training1.0E KeenerMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE116D
PE-90-E1615041615Adaptive Resistive Training1.0E KeenerTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-90-E1616041616Adaptive Resistive Training1.0E KeenerTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE116D
PE-90-E1617041617Adaptive Resistive Training1.0E KeenerMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-98-E1618041618Adaptive Physical Education1.0E KeenerMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE116D
PE-98-E1620041620Adaptive Physical Education1.0E KeenerTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-98-E1621041621Adaptive Physical Education1.0E KeenerTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE116D
PE-98-E1622041622Adaptive Physical Education1.0E KeenerMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PHIL-1-E1736041736Critical Thinking3.0D OwrenMW 4:30PM- 5:55PMHMHU112
PHIL-10-E1376041376Intro to Philosophy3.0J JohnstonMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU127
PHIL-10-E1378041378Intro to Philosophy3.0D DarlingTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMSCSC210
PHIL-10-E1379041379Intro to Philosophy3.0D DarlingTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU112
PHIL-12-E1739041739Intro to Logic3.0J JohnstonTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU114
PHIL-12-E1740041740Intro to Logic3.0J JohnstonMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU207
PHIL-15-E1383041383Religions of the World3.0D OwrenMW 6:05PM- 7:30PMHMHU112
PHIL-15-E1384041384Religions of the World3.0T WalendyTTH10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC210
PHIL-15-E1385041385Religions of the World3.0D OwrenMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMAJ108
PHIL-2-E1387041387Intro to Political Philosophy3.0R EmenakerTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU129
Crosslisted with POLSC-2-E0924. Students must buy texts listed under PHIL-2-E1387 and POLSC-2-E0924.
PHIL-20-E1386041386Introduction to Ethics3.0J JohnstonTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU114
PHYS-10-E1161041161Conceptual Physics3.0J MoonstoneTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU211
PHYS-2B-E1162041162General Physics II4.0E KramerTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU211
F10:05AM- 1:15PMHMHU211
PHYS-4A-E1163041163Intro to Calc-Based Physics4.0E KramerMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU211
W 1:15PM- 4:25PMHMHU211
PHYS-4C-E1164041164Calc-based Physics Third Term4.0E KramerTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU211
M 2:50PM- 6:00PMHMHU211
POLSC-1-E0923040923Political Controversies3.0W MeriwetherTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMLRC104
This TelePresence class meets on the Eureka Campus and will be streamed from the host class and instructor at the Del Norte campus using interactive live video.
POLSC-10-E0926040926US Government and Politics3.0R EmenakerMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU110
POLSC-10-E0927040927US Government and Politics3.0R EmenakerMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU110
POLSC-10-E0929040929US Government and Politics3.0J BrookshireTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMAJ108
POLSC-10-E0930040930US Government and Politics3.0R EmenakerTTH10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC208
POLSC-12-E1863041863State & Local Politics3.0G SokolowMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus. Additional students will join via interactive live video from other sites.
POLSC-2-E0924040924Into to Political Philosophy3.0R EmenakerTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU129
Crosslisted with PHIL-2-E1387. Students must buy texts listed under PHIL-2-E1387 and POLSC-2-E0924.
POLSC-20-E0933040933Comparative Politics3.0J BrookshireMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU115
PSYCH-1-E0935040935General Psychology3.0M HaggertyMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA113
PSYCH-1-E0936040936General Psychology3.0L WinterMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMCA113
PSYCH-1-E0937040937General Psychology3.0D Herrera-ThomasTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA113
PSYCH-1-E0938040938General Psychology3.0L WinterTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA113
PSYCH-1-E0939040939General Psychology3.0K MatlockTH 6:00PM- 9:05PMHMHU110
PSYCH-1-E1636041636General Psychology3.0D Herrera-ThomasTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA113
PSYCH-1-E1680041680General Psychology3.0D Herrera-ThomasTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMCA113
PSYCH-11-E0942040942Lifespan Development3.0D Herrera-ThomasMW10:05AM-11:30AMCA113
PSYCH-2-E0945040945Research Methods in Psychology3.0R AyalaMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMCA109
PSYCH-3-E0947040947Psychology of Sexuality3.0M HaggertyMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA109
PSYCH-30-E0948040948Social Psychology3.0D Herrera-ThomasMW11:40AM- 1:05PMCA113
PSYCH-33-E0950040950Personal Growth & Adjustment3.0M HaggertyMW11:40AM- 1:05PMCA109
PSYCH-33-E0951040951Personal Growth & Adjustment3.0R AyalaTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU213
PSYCH-33-E0952040952Personal Growth & Adjustment3.0R AyalaTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA109
READ-260-E2016042016Developing Literacy0.0W ButlerMTWTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU11501/17/17-05/11/17
RHM-14-E0830040830Hospitalty & Rest Mgmt3.0M HartzellTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMAT132
This course prepares the student to take a National Restaurant Association certification exam specific to the course content.
RHM-8-E0833040833Controlling Foodservice Costs3.0P WilleMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMAT132
This course prepares the student to take a National Restaurant Association certification exam specific to the course content.
SNLAN-1A-E1717041717Elementary ASL I4.0B LindemannMT 6:05PM- 8:10PMCA10501/17/17-01/17/17
MT 6:05PM- 8:10PMHMHU10601/23/17-05/12/17
SNLAN-1A-E2491042491Elementary ASL I4.0T LeikerMW 8:30AM-10:35AMCA109
SOC-1-E0954040954Intro to Sociology3.0L EllisMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMSCSC210
SOC-1-E0955040955Intro to Sociology3.0D MaherMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU125
SOC-1-E0956040956Intro to Sociology3.0L EllisMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU215
SOC-15-E1879041879Intro to Soc Research3.0D MaherTH11:35AM- 2:45PMSCSC204
SOC-2-E0961040961Social Problems3.0D MaherTTH10:05AM-11:30AMLRC104
SOC-3-E0963040963Human Sexuality3.0D MaherMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU213
SOC-33-E0964040964Death and Dying3.0L EllisM 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU110
SOC-34-E0848040848Intro to Social Work3.0StaffTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMAJ108
SOC-9-E0966040966Intro to Women's Studies3.0D MaherT11:35AM- 2:45PMSCSC204
SPAN-11A-E1311041311Beg Conversational Spanish I3.0A MontoyaMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU110
SPAN-1A-E1312041312Elementary Spanish I4.0K CarlsenMTWTH 1:15PM- 2:20PMCA105
SPAN-1A-E1314041314Elementary Spanish I4.0K CarlsenTTH 2:50PM- 4:55PMCA105
SPAN-1A-E1315041315Elementary Spanish I4.0D JohnsonTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMHMHU213
SPAN-1B-E1316041316Elementary Spanish II4.0M BrissoMTWTH11:40AM-12:45PMSS109
SPAN-1B-E1317041317Elementary Spanish II4.0D JohnsonMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMHMHU213
SPAN-1B-E1318041318Elementary Spanish II4.0K CarlsenMW 2:50PM- 4:55PMCA105
SPAN-2B-E1319041319Intermediate Spanish II4.0K CarlsenMTWTH11:40AM-12:45PMCA105
SPAN-99A-E1320041320Latin American Cinema1.0K CarlsenF10:30AM-12:30PMHMHU21302/17/17-02/17/17
This class requires two workshops on the CR Main Campus in addition to the film screenings. The film screenings will take place at the Arcata Minor Theater. A pre-course greeting will be sent to all students via email in the weeks before the class. In this email, you will receive the course syllabus, instructions on how and where to pick up your complimentary tickets, and the assignment handout. For any questions, please email the instructor.
TWTH 6:00PM-10:20PMMINTBA02/28/17-03/02/17
This class requires two workshops on the CR Main Campus in addition to the film screenings. The film screenings will take place at the Arcata Minor Theater. A pre-course greeting will be sent to all students via email in the weeks before the class. In this email, you will receive the course syllabus, instructions on how and where to pick up your complimentary tickets, and the assignment handout. For any questions, please email the instructor.
F10:30AM-12:30PMHMHU21303/10/17-03/10/17
This class requires two workshops on the CR Main Campus in addition to the film screenings. The film screenings will take place at the Arcata Minor Theater. A pre-course greeting will be sent to all students via email in the weeks before the class. In this email, you will receive the course syllabus, instructions on how and where to pick up your complimentary tickets, and the assignment handout. For any questions, please email the instructor.
SR-222-E1498041498Music Ensemble for Adults0.0B NewkirkW 7:00PM-10:10PMCA107
Concert Band Focus
SR-222-E1499041499Music Ensemble for Adults0.0B NewkirkT 6:30PM- 9:40PMCA107
Jazz Focus
WORK-282-E2371042371Communicating in Asl0.0B LindemannM 3:00PM- 5:30PMSS10901/17/17-05/11/17
WT-53-E0834040834Basic Gas and Arc Welding2.0J GoodrowM 8:30AM- 9:35AMAT132
Additional fee: $35
M 9:40AM-12:50PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
WT-54-E0835040835Gas, Braze, Soldering2.0D WalkerT12:00PM- 4:15PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
WT-56-E0836040836Intermediate Arc/Gas Weld Lab1.0J GoodrowF 9:00AM-12:10PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
WT-60-E0837040837Gas cut and weld, arc E60134.0D WalkerM 4:30PM- 5:35PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
M 5:40PM-10:05PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
W 4:30PM-10:05PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
WT-64-E1175041175Surface, lance, autocut, FCAW4.0D WalkerT 4:30PM- 5:35PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
T 5:40PM-10:05PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
TH 4:30PM-10:05PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
WT-90-E0839040839Welding GMAW and GTAW2.0D WalkerW 8:30AM- 9:35AMAT132
Additional fee: $35
W 9:40AM-12:50PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
WT-91-E0840040840Welding GMAW/GTAW Lab1.0J GoodrowW 1:00PM- 4:10PMAT142
Additional fee: $35
  • Eureka Main Campus
  • 7351 Tompkins Hill Rd
  • Eureka, CA 95501
  • 707-476-4100
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